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Heh, love the handknits/fighter jets eyecandy.

I feel certain that at 1:11 Shahid puts a cell phone to his ear, so part of it has to be present day, right?


Yes, you're right, I'd missed that -- there's also something happening with Shahid's hair, too, though part of me thinks it might just be down to situation: when he's in dress uniform, his hair is all slicked, when he's in his flight suit it's more spikey. Or, that could be part of the past/present thing. Curiouser and curiouser. :-)


A new dose of Shahid! But the best thing is: Ballet in a Bollywood film! My two hobbies entwined <3


I so want to see this film that I am seriously contemplating the 700+km round trip that would entail. Assuming it shows anywhere - no sign of it on the "coming soon" section of the nearerst cinema that occasionally shows Hindi films :(


@Limette Sounds like Mausam is turning up something for everyone :-)

@Maxqnz You know, I'm going to remember that next time I think I'm too tired to drive an hour to the cinema for a film. All I can say is thank the gods for the internet and the ability to order DVDs. It's not the same as the cinema, but still....


Yep, I do appreciate the internet - there are several films coming that I will have to pick up that way, especially ZNMD. On the plus side, Mausam releases just a week after MBKD - so if I do get the weekend off for Mausam, there's a tiny chance I might get to catch TWO at the cinema - the first ones since LRM! :)

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