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Discussion in 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' started by bluey[Ru], Jan 8, 2012.

  1. Debbie

    Debbie Stand By Him

    It's still in Tampa at least till Wednesday, I have to go again.......I'm hopeless........in love that is...:p
     
  2. rollercoast

    rollercoast Zindagi

    ...... and with arms spread out wide.... :redface: :lol:
     
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  3. rollercoast

    rollercoast Zindagi

    Good for you Debbie! :thumb: How many times now? :D
     
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  4. Mara

    Mara Well-Known Member

    I've seen JTHJ five times now, and am ready for the DVD, so I can fast forward over the girl to girl talk and only watch SRK's performance. As good as Katrina and Anushka are, he is just so much better. He was really daring to go without makeup for his mature character. His bare face is much more expressive and fun to watch without the heavy makeup.
     
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  5. rollercoast

    rollercoast Zindagi

    :nod: He looks so fishing beautiful and rugged! And it made the ageing process through the film seem very natural.

    Five times Mara? Wonderful! You're one up on me! :D
     
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  6. Debbie

    Debbie Stand By Him

    It will be my fourth, I was complaining last night about why does it have to be so far away........I would of seen it many more times if it was closer....
     
  7. Debbie

    Debbie Stand By Him

    You are so lucky! I too can't wait till the DVD......rewinding all his parts over and over, his face is so beautiful that everything and everyone else disappears from the screen for me....
     
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  8. mira_khan

    mira_khan Khan addicted!

    i watch it 7 times :)
     
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  9. Debbie

    Debbie Stand By Him

    You lucky, lucky girl!!!!!!!!!
     
  10. Alenka

    Alenka Well-Known Member

    Kiaara Sandhu @KiaaraSandhu

    -Best Movie in UK Critically &Commercially are...JTHJ,,ETT,,Housefull 2,,Cocktail,,EMET.
    -Best Movies in Pakistan in 2012 Critically & Commercially are..JTHJ,,Janaat 2,,Cocktail,,Rowdy Rathore,,SOTY,,SOS,,Jism 2.
    -Best Movies in Australia in 2012 Critically & Commercially are..JTHJ,,Housefull 2,,Cocktail,,ETT,,Talaash
    -Best Movies in USA in 2012 Commercially & Critically are..JTHJ,,ETT,,Barfii,,Talaash,,Housefull 2.
    -Best Movies in UAE in 2012 Commercially & Critically are,,JTHJ,,ETT,,Talaash,,Housefull 2,,Cocktail,,Rowdy Rathore,,Janaat 2,,Agneepath
     
  11. RizwanaShahrukh

    RizwanaShahrukh I love SRK

    What does he mean by best movie? Was this based on a poll or based on box office collections?

    On the other side... it's strange how Shah always LEADS in every country except India (well recently... Im still shocked as to how non-shah movies work there like crazy! :rolleyes:) I guess it shows the difference in the audiences sensibilities...
     
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  12. Alenka

    Alenka Well-Known Member

    Data based on the BO and the audience reaction.

    I see nothing strange in the fact that not only SRK movies are a success in India.
     
  13. RizwanaShahrukh

    RizwanaShahrukh I love SRK

    Lol I meant NON-SRK movies... referring to all those south remakes... I have seen them and I see nothing great in them. Hence I find it strange that Indians LOVE such movies and they run amazingly well amongst the masses :)
     
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  14. Alenka

    Alenka Well-Known Member

    We are not Indians))))), we do not understand them ....
     
  15. RizwanaShahrukh

    RizwanaShahrukh I love SRK

    True :lol: But it's amazing lol.... Those movies are the worst Ive seen
     
  16. Mara

    Mara Well-Known Member

    I wrote a paper on this for a class. It’s a matter of what people value. India values feelings and relationships, and that’s why masala movies are so popular.

    The famous psychologist, Carl Jung saw universal `types' in people’s personality, which he used as a basis for describing different personality types, or typology. These types are all present in all of us, but there tends to be one predominant type or normal mode of organizing our experience, joined with a corresponding type that is less used. For example, thinking types and feeling types. We all have both, but one is usually much stronger than the other. It doesn’t mean that a person who values feelings can’t think, or even think brilliantly. It just means that feelings are more important to them.

    The Jungian psychologist, Robert Johnson, talked about how different countries also have a different collective typology or majority personality type. He saw the USA as a mostly thinking culture and India as a mostly feeling culture. He writes:

    “No one had informed me, and I hadn’t been aware of the fact, that the Indians who are here (in the USA) are the misfits back home in India, and they’ve come to an extrovert, thinking land where they feel at home. Not everybody is of the same type in any culture. It’s the extroverted, college trained Indians who came here and by typology, I was not at ease with them. I didn’t know this. I wasn’t prepared for it. I got to India, and entered into a flood of introverted feeling. And under generally adverse circumstances, felt wonderfully at home. So my introverted feeling function found itself in a kind of a hot house, so to speak, and could grow rapidly and learn many things and felt a kind of safety I had never felt in my life before.….India puts relationship at the top of the list of values. I was not aware, and most people aren’t, of collective atmospheres, which are very, very strong. One who has never been outside the collective atmosphere of the US doesn’t know about it, because he or she has nothing to contrast it with.”

    Hope this wasn’t too long. I tried to shorten it.
     
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  17. Karan#1

    Karan#1 Well-Known Member

    Masala films (not necessarily south remakes which have been masala films themselves) work big among the masses because they're very indian in their feel, high on entertainment and are very simple. So all in all it's easy for the masses to connect to such films, they don't like complex and classy films.
     
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  18. mira_khan

    mira_khan Khan addicted!

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    mira_khan Khan addicted!

  20. mumbiene

    mumbiene Well-Known Member

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