That's how I read it. Thanks @Xeny.
Oh, that sounds sad. Or am I misreading it?
Debbie, for the show in Sydney I had seats in the green/yellow section at that sort of cost (different venue of course, but a similar set up) and...
I don't understand why you would be angry Anke. If they know they can sell them for that price then why shouldn't they? It's not as if all the seats...
Don't you just love those little touches that appear in so many films. Lovely detail!
Happy birthday @Krisi_love_SRK! :D
Lol! I never noticed that. Will have to have a closer look next time I watch the film. :lol:
A bit weird, but 'nice'! :madgrin:
How clever is that! :thumb:
Interesting that srk 'stole the show' in both this film and in Darr. It proves that it wasn't just luck, or only that He was cast with a leading man...
Thanks for the fantastic caps @rubyroo. :thumb:
I have just watched Deewana for the very first time. Awesome to see such a landmark film in srk's...
How exciting is this?!!!!! :bounce:
To be included in this , even in such a small way, makes me deliriously happy! :love:
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omg! He is looking amazing at the moment! He's making my toes curl! :faint:
@Amber.K Scrutinising every part of Him microscopically is a favourite pastime around here. :lol:
What an awesome idea Mara. Not sure sure about the Suhana element - wouldn't that mess with your brain, playing your own father? :rolleyes: :lol: -...
I think He does look a bit gaunt at the moment, but he seemed to gain a little weight a few months ago, so maybe it's just in comparison.
You're right @Dea. Interesting angle! :madgrin:
I'm assuming this interview is from last year so it's only natural to speak about it at length. It's success was a big deal! :D