What is going on: The ‘Hook Up Song’
First, let us or better yet, let Dharma show you the ‘Hook Up Song’ staring Tiger and Alia.
What in the world?! Why is Aloo coming down from the pole? Is she a firefighter? Did she think Tiger was on fire? What is going on? It’s so weird and confusing.
Also, why does Alia keep on pressuring herself to be what she is not? You can see she is trying hard to be all that, sexy and all but it’s not working. She’s not tall so they are resorting to putting short dresses on her to make her legs look long. Some of you have been mentioning the neck thing and now, it’s time for the legs!
You can see Tiger is still trying to be Hrithik (only if HR was a dolphin+octopus+rubber band all at one time), but what is Aloo trying to be? We are getting Deepika, Katrina and Kareena vibes. See, even she is confused on who she has to copy. Maybe that memo from KebabJo wasn’t clear!
Man, KebabJo really hit the ball out of the park this time – not in a good way. Not a single good song, he is really losing touch with what works. Who thought a song titled ‘Hook Up Song’ would work? On top of that, he sends out his lil’ lamb to do something that is so out of her reach.
Does he not realize that he is making a fool of himself and all the others around him?
It’s like they live in their bubble so much that they don’t know the difference between what works and what doesn’t. Maybe this is what goes on in their world, but not with the rest of the world.
P.S. They are using bots now to help them generate some positive comments after most of the comments made fun of them!
By the way, Ananya Panday said in an interview that she was planning to go study overseas but gave it all up to “act” in SOTY 2.
I was planning to go to NYU or USE, and I gave it up because I wanted to become an actor. But I think education is very subjective. I am being educated in my field by being an actor. I learn so much every day on set that I feel this is my education. I don’t plan to formally study, but I don’t mind doing some short courses on acting abroad.
It’s still not too late…
Check out Anandya and Tara on the cover of Hello Magazine. The power of KJo – the baap of nepotism. You get your own cover before your film hits theatres!