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Stuff Bollywood Celebrities Say…

…. And what they actually mean!

Try as they may, our beloved Bollywood celebrities will never learn to be cryptic, no? Everyone always knows what they’re not saying, and what they’re really saying when they’re saying things. But, for the uninitiated, here’s a list of the things bollywood celebs say, and what they really mean!

1. ‘We’re Just Good Friends’

What They Want Us to Believe – We’re just good friends. We’re not secretly dating even though the pictures of us holding hands and going on secret holidays are plastered all over the place!


What They Really Mean – Well, we are dating, and we’re in love but you people are too nosy for us to share our lives with you so take this answer and go!


2. ‘No Comment’

What They Want Us to Believe – I don’t know why you are asking me these questions because this is a non issue in my life and I genuinely do not care enough about it to give you gossip fodder.


What They Really Mean – There is so much I want to say but if I start talking all hell will break loose because this is the worst day of my life so please PLEASE leave me alone!


3. ‘I’m A Very Private Person’

What They Want Us to Believe – Even though I am a public personality, I do have a life of my own, so mind your own business.


What They Really Mean – This really is none of your business so can you get your camera out of my face?


4. ‘This Is My Most Ambitious Film Ever’

What They Want Us to Believe – I have worked really hard on the story, actors, theme, so please please spend some money to watch it.


What They Really Mean – We had way too much money to spend, and since the story is like any other, we decided to blow up all the money on the make up artists.


5. ‘I only compete with myself.’

What They Want Us to Believe – I am super confident and super secure with my ability to outperform my peers and I don’t bother about what projects they’re doing.


What They Really Mean – I only have a team of 20 people tracking their every move, and cyber stalking them to find out if I’m missing out on anything important!


And, now we know! 🙂

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Wedding Da Season Hai!

Band, baaja, baraat, dance, masti, drama, dhol dhamaka and lots of Bollywood tadka – let this wedding season begin with a bang. Spuul brings to you some wedding blockbusters that are sure to make you dance, sing and add excitement to any Indian shaadi. Which is your favourite wedding movie?

  • Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

    Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

    Boy meets girl, girl is getting married, boy swoops in and steals the girl away. All in the midst of the girl’s wedding celebrations! Looks like we need to plan our own Euro Trip in the hopes of finding our Raj! This one is for all those who couldn’t catch the re-release of the movie, and for those with no access to Maratha Mandir in Mumbai!

  • Vivaah


    This movie begins where most end. Boy & girl get engaged, and plan their life together amidst many hurdles, including long distance, pyaar ka sabse bada dushman! The film has Shahid playing a bashful Prem and Amrita Rao as a shy Poonam, complete with Alok Nath as Bauji!

  • Mujhse Shaadi Karogi

    Mujhse Shaadi Karogi

    2 guys, a girl and the mistaken identity of a dog. Pretty much sums up the premise of this film with Salman, Akshay & Priyanka playing the 3 angles of this love triangle. Amrish Puri is hilarious as the colonel, and Rajpal Yadav leaves no stone unturned to ensure you’re left in splits! Unadulterated entertainment captures the tiff between two guys to marry one girl.

  • Daawat-e-Ishq


    A disillusioned salesgirl and a chef cook up a spicy romance that is sure to impress you. While Parineeti Chopra tries her best to dupe Aditya Roy Kapoor, love, as always gets in the way. It’s a heart warming story of betrayal & love, all against the backdrop of food! Yum!

  • Band Baaja Baaraat

    Band Baaja Baaraat

    It’s all in the name! The movie highlights the woes of planning a wedding and a sneak into the hustle and bustle life of a wedding planner. The madness of finalising a venue shortlisting on the decorations and what it takes to organise a big fat Indian wedding, is what Band Baaja Baaraat is all about. The lively Anushka Sharma and the dynamic Ranveer Singh add a cracker of an equation that’s going to make you wish they’d never broken up!

  • Ek Vivah Aisa Bhi

    Ek Vivah Aisa Bhi

    Ek Vivaah Aisa Bhi is a 2009 Bollywood romantic drama film. Isha Koppikar’s performance as a dutiful sister who puts her own marriage and singing career on hold to raise her two younger siblings when their father passes away suddenly.

  • Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi

    Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi

    It’s the classic everyday situation that we’ve all had to face at least once in our lives. Girl tells her best friend she is getting married, best friend realises he’s been in love with her all his life. And thus begins the madness. But because Bollywood has always taught us that ‘love is friendship’, one can only guess how this one will end!

  • Tere Mere Phere

    Tere Mere Phere

    Tere Mere Phere is a 2011 Hindi romantic comedy, road film directed by well known actress Deepa Sahi, and produced by the internationally acclaimed producer director Ketan Mehta. This movie is about a young couple — Pooja and Rahul — marrying after a whirlwind romance only to quickly realize that marriage is an obsolete concept plagued by thorns.

  • Shuddh Desi Romance

    Shuddh Desi Romance

    A new age romance in an old historical town! “Shuddh Desi Romance” is about a tour guide who also works as a baraati-on-hire. At his own wedding, he develops cold feet and runs away from the wedding mandap leaving his to-be bride in the lurch. An entertaining movie that stars Parineeti Chopra and debutant Vaani Kapoor alongside TV actor turned Film actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

  • Mere Brother Ki Dulhan

    Mere Brother Ki Dulhan

    What happens when a man falls in love with his brother’s bride-to-be? A fun loving musical rom com from the world of producer Aditya Chopra and director Ali Abbas Zafar. Imran Khan, Katrina Kaif and Ali Zafar are fun on screen and we love it!

Watch all of these and more here!

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