Cannes ki Kahaani – Teesra Bhagh

It’s great to see Indian cinema, especially Bollywood, being celebrated on an international platform as prestigious as the Cannes Film Festival. Shortcut Romeo starring Ameesha Patel and Puja Gupta as well as three-named Neil Nitin Mukesh was brought to the festival. Of course, this image is taken at the screening of another film because I suspect Shortcut Romeo was screened in a dark alley above a tattoo shop.

Ameesha Patel and Puja Gupta

I don’t have anything to say about Puja Gupta because I don’t know much about her or even who she really is except that the look could have done with some colour. The good part, however, is that it’s a shade brighter than Ameesha’s face. Is Ameesha the missing branch of the Cullen Clan’s bat-infested family tree? A long-lost sister of matriarch Esme?

Ameesha Patel

This one’s slightly better. She’s a human hue and the Manish Malhotra ensemble is not making me want to eat glass. Which is always a good sign.

Sherlyn Chopra1

Sherlyn Chopra is walking the red carpet for yet another event at the festival. I’m getting slutty-dulhan vibes. It’s quite smart actually. She’s swathed in a flowy white ghagra that covers a lot of ground (like the other famous ghagra that’s been to Baghdad se leke Delhi via Agra). She’s got full sleeves and even a dupatta on her… somewhere. However, on display is an entire row of mid-riff and generous cleavage. I forget the point I was trying to make but yeah, that’s Savita Bhabhi on her wedding night.

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About ayeshan

Features writer, scriptwriter, playwright, theatre actor and part time gossip addict. Proficient at scripting everything from love letters to death threats.

One response to “Cannes ki Kahaani – Teesra Bhagh

  1. meeta

    just read your entire blog in one giggly crazy – it’s late and i’m i’m just going to sleep- night session. fabulous!! you got the eye….and you can write.

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