Filmy Hero & Heroine – Some observations

16 Feb

As we head out to the weekend heres a lighthearted take on my observations on films. Granted I am not an authority on movies since I rarely visit the movie theater, but I do watch movies on TV.

So here goes:

1. Always dressed the best regardless of financial situation. Friends always look like crows.

2. Musical orchestra and dance crew (with dress changes) accompanies them wherever they go.

3. Both have the best voices while singing.

4. Initially hate each other.. but love happens suddenly.

5. They live in Pungnoor but take a quick flight to the Swiss Alps for a song (baa guru ondhu haadu hadbittu barona)… along with full music band.

6. Any fight between the hero and heroine lasts about 1.5 reels. A quick apology later they are back in the Alps.

7. It is assumed that the last scene is the end all of all fighting, bickering etc.. its probably the beginning.

8. The hero goes to college even though he is 40 (fortunately not high school like the old Rishi Kapoor movies.. with chaddi etc).

9. Our Hero is the only one who gets to sit next to the girl. The rest of the class is boy next to boy and girl next to girl.

10. If villan teases heroine, he is bashed up. If Hero teases Heroine, she falls in love with him.

11. Between the parents, the richer ones are ruder.

11. Even among the ruder parents, one (either mum or dad) will be slightly kinder.

Anyone care to add more???

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20 Responses to “Filmy Hero & Heroine – Some observations”

  1. gmohanprakash February 16, 2007 at 6:14 am #

    🙂

    Cant remember off hand but noticeably the cost of living for heroines are going up or cost of cloth is extremly high considering the lesser amounts they are wearing off late. Shudder to think of future!!

    How would it be if you turned up a la MGR style on valantines day – White pants, Red shirt, Yellow hankie, Black belt with big broach and pink cloth tied around your hands!

  2. Prashanth M February 16, 2007 at 6:32 am #

    haha!!

    Adding to the list-
    – Our hero can demolish villain gang of any size with his bare hands.
    – Villain dies immediately after getting hit by a singlr bullet. Where as our hero still survives event after getting hit by some 50+ bullets.
    – And hero easily dodges the bullets as if they are just stones thrown towards him 😐

  3. Vijay February 16, 2007 at 7:51 am #

    Prashanth: Good ones.. how about the “innocent” hero who gets badly beaten up in the first half and goes to jail. He then comes back and beats the crap out of the same guys who…
    Mohan: When singing in the snow in the Alps, Hero is wrapped in overcoat… and heroine is wearing a skimpy outfit

  4. praneshachar February 16, 2007 at 8:13 am #

    hero poor lives in slum heroine likes him so much because of his adarsha
    opposed by heroins father as he is not matching status suggests to marry the villian who is his friends son
    hero is cbi officer investigates links of heroin’s father with some gang villian

    chennagide good post shivarathi jagaranege olleya cinema nodbahudr

    jagarane various types
    bhajane devara smarane etc.,
    visiting cinema special shown are run
    playing cards and jagarane gambling tribute to shiva
    chennagid oota madi gadaddagi nidde
    special programmes on tv
    so on and so forth

    happy shivarathri

  5. usha February 16, 2007 at 8:34 am #

    Heroinis alwayss saved from Villains in time where as hero’s sister or heroin ‘s sister gets abused all the time.

    Whatever business / investments Hero does , he emerges successfyl always. As soon as Hero’s Ma or heroin pray’s God (beleive its the same temple again and again- I believe its a setting in Bollywood) hero crosses all hurdles with ashirvaad…

    Hero has amazing memory, he remembers villain faces from childhood… and hes smarttoo he can solve any situational problem using his intellgence …….. He has capability to handle any weapons without training and somehow manages to get them and their licence too 🙂

    List goes on … What is a formula of sucessful film….

    Good post Vijay

  6. gmohanprakash February 16, 2007 at 8:45 am #

    Vijay… diversifying into ad movies 🙂

  7. Vijay February 16, 2007 at 9:02 am #

    Pranesh avare: Classic bits from you.

    Usha: LOL… so true.

    Mohan: I wish, I wish…

  8. decemberstud February 16, 2007 at 1:36 pm #

    On the same note, I remember a forward from long time back…..

    In movies, heroines have the penchant to change the dress for every line of every paragraph…but in the movie ‘Guide’ Waheeda Rehman wears the same saree throughout the evergreen “gAtA rahe mera dil”…..Why ?

    Coz, in the song Dev Anand sings to her “badale duniya sAree, tum nA badalna” 🙂

    Ahh, I love the PJ’s 🙂

  9. Vijay February 16, 2007 at 2:52 pm #

    DS: Wah Wah… (sound of cymbals)

  10. praneshachar February 17, 2007 at 10:15 am #

    vijay
    ninne one more type of jagarane nodide
    play volleyboll throughout night
    sporting tribute to lord shiva

  11. gmohanprakash February 17, 2007 at 10:50 am #

    JP nagar nalli it was honala belaku cricket for shiva sir.

  12. Vijay February 17, 2007 at 11:32 am #

    Pranesh, Mohan: It was cricket in Gandhi Bazaar as well (next to Vyasa Rayara Math).

  13. praneshachar February 19, 2007 at 3:10 am #

    mohan vijay
    one more thing I heard it is NAGEHABBA THROUGHOUT NIGHT AND a laughing tribute to shiva. what a novel ways these people invent.
    one more thing yesterday IT kannada sangha people came out in support of kaveri for karanataka. did any one of our blog friens participated. let us know. any how it was a good gesture by IT people for peoples cause.

  14. gmohanprakash February 19, 2007 at 6:44 am #

    The good old tradition was to ensure that the folks atleast kept chaniting shivas name on hourly basis for that day to absolve all their sins.

    What do we have in modern day? Movies, parties, cricket matches, jokes…

    The very purpose of shivarathri has been robbed away and made into some commercial venture!

    Soon it wil be Shiva day just like father day, mother day.

  15. Veena February 19, 2007 at 8:09 am #

    what ever people do.. we have some or the other problem…!

    Vijay, pls accept that Rajnikanth picture as my comment to this post. If possible, pls publish as part of my comment! I don’t think comment window has that option (picture upload)..

  16. praneshachar February 19, 2007 at 8:38 am #

    Veena/veenakka (now so popular in this)
    problem problem atnha kutre hegri problem iddre solution
    solution beku andre problem irbeku yava problemgau
    saolution illa anth helikkagalla yenantiri nivu

  17. Vani February 19, 2007 at 10:16 am #

    Do you know that Rajni stunt in Baba when he had to kill 2 villains with one bullet? he fires into the air, splits the bullet into 2 with his knife and the two bullet bits kill the two villains…

  18. Vijay February 19, 2007 at 1:10 pm #

    Veena: The reason I didnt use this was because I wondered if there was any copyright issues… the picture is superb…

  19. Veena February 20, 2007 at 4:30 am #

    Fair enough.. you are anyway a person who will think about it unlike others.. !

  20. Suresh April 4, 2010 at 7:13 pm #

    It may not be a common thread. but something that i saw a rolled on the floor literally… There was this some Balakrishna (balayya) telugu movie i was watching. The scene was shot such that our balayya who is the utopian entity of human race as he is portrayed in all his movies is standing on one train right on top of the combustion chamber. and guess what… there is another train approaching THE balayya’s train in the opposite direction. Phenomenal… how can two trains go on the same track and in opposite direction at the same time…. well its balayya’s movie… anything can happen…. and this opposite train obviously carried the villains… our THE balayya closes his eyes for a minute prays and roars Jai Anjaneya … and guess what the opposite train treads back its path on reverse gear…. ROTFLMAO

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