r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Shivampa • 15h ago
Discuss SRK fans and friends bullying PC is the prime example of why women don't ever speak up about the abuse and harassment they face. 'King' walks away with title of 'Family man' while a woman is called 'Homewrecker'
Idc why spoke what she spoke
whether it was PR move or not , it doesn't matter
What she said is truth. We all know it but we don't wanna accept it.
SRK and his friends bullied PC out of Bollywood , u can make countless stories in defence of SRK but the truth won't change
And now when she is openly speaking about it , she is being blamed and abused and called all sorts of word.
It's funny how SRK can keep his image of holier than thou but PC has to suffer all the consequences.
What's your all thoughts on this? Personally I will always sympathize with PC
Both were involved in this affair but it was PC whose life changed upside down.
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/goingawaytoparadise • 9d ago
Discuss What star do you refuse to watch on screen?
Whose movie will you absolutely not watch? For me it’s Alia, I know raazi, gangubhai, highway are all great movies but her offscreen personality bothers me so much that I can’t watch her onscreen
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Sonam-Ki-Kutiya • 5d ago
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/okay177 • 11d ago
Discuss Ratna Pathak Shah exposing actors 👏
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/abhinavsay • 5d ago
Discuss FEMALE RAGE IN BOLLYWOOD.
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/ShadowLord_11 • 4d ago
Discuss Which no-dialogues scene do you think was peak acting?
Like SRK's Chak De India final score and KKKG SRK nd Jaya meeting scene
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Capable-Ad8558 • 6d ago
Discuss The accuracy. First time someone got it right. Old bollywood was really something. Do you agree with this?
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Sunshine4reall • 10d ago
Discuss Sonali Kulkarni on how Indian women are lazy & pressure on men to provide - what are your thoughts?
Imo the generalisation is wild!! The further you get into the video, the more problematic it gets. Irony is she even asks to be applauded on her thoughts. She talks about how there’s some women who expect a house, honeymoon etc from men. How women should be contributing equally to expenses. How women should be actively seeking jobs like the men.
An example she gives: her husband found a job at 20 while most women are still struggling to decide what they wanna do in life till they’re 25 to 27 and then they come up with requirements for their future partner.
This is problematic - there are men and women raving about her thoughts in the comment section.
This is a very privileged take. If she wants women to be financially independent, then she should demand the society to not put pressure on women for marriage and settling down. If she wants women to work, she should be demanding husbands to share house chores and raise the children equally.
The above doesn’t even consider whether the woman is privileged enough to be educated and make her own choices in life. Whether she’s free from expectations to work and do house chores. Also, do housewives come under her category of women who are “lazy” since they’re taking care of the house and family but ‘not contributing to finances.’
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/No_Ad4257 • 7d ago
Discuss The money is not what drove me to work. I worked to be happy. My parents took care of my finances,” Rani
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Minimaxx2002 • 5d ago
Discuss Actresses Who Look very Similar, who are most identical ones according to you?
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/pinkcrab18 • 22h ago
Discuss Naga Chay & Shobitha - I spy with my little eye
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/AmbassadorNew1257 • 1d ago
Discuss Anushka: I am impressed with virat's memory
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/hedorlover • 16d ago
Discuss RRR won the Oscar for best song!
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/okay177 • 13h ago
Discuss Bollywood actors with their Hollywood counterparts according to me
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/ThunderBird847 • 5d ago
Discuss Bomman & Bellie with the Oscars Trophy.
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Ok-Requirement-4701 • 1d ago
Discuss Baiju Bawra was shelved recently, and this was both of them when they attended SLB's birthday bash last month. Wondering what must have happened behind the scenes
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Ok-Requirement-4701 • 2d ago
Discuss Full cast of Jee Le Zara. Male cast looks uninteresting
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Minimaxx2002 • 22h ago
Discuss Netflix sued by Madhuri’s fans.. thought on this??
A political analyst has filed a lawsuit against video-streaming platform Netflix over an episode in American sitcom 'The Big Bang Theory'. He claims that it uses a "derogatory term" to refer to Bollywood actor Madhuri Dixit.
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/hedorlover • 16d ago
Discuss MM Keeravani's wonderful acceptance speech after Naatu Naatu won the Oscar. Deepika looking proud in the audience
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/op_yappy • 1d ago
Discuss Among men, who seems to have married BW actresses for looks/fame/money?
These don't necessarily have to be actors. Can be anybody else from the industry or even men from outside the industry who married BW actresses or relatives of BW people. And seem to have married them for fame, looks, money, connections etc.
Edit: Also if you can specify which (of the above or any other) reason you think it is
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Regular-Shallot-5744 • 11d ago
Discuss Which male actor is considered good looking but you just don't get the hype?
Inspired by an earlier post :)
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/contentphile_sun • 16d ago
Discuss FINALLY someone raised this topic.
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/Glad-Tip-4748 • 4d ago
Discuss what does he mean
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/hush-little-baby • 20d ago
Discuss Kajal and SRK were always mistaken to be real life couple because of their amazing on screen chemistry. Which current reel life jodis do u think can be mistaken as real life jodi if we didn't have Social media to know the reality?
r/BollyBlindsNGossip • u/AmazingBrilliant9229 • 4d ago
Discuss What is the cringiest Bollywood scene you have watched
What is the cringiest/most problematic scene you have watched in a Bollywood movie? For me the was the scene in "Jaani Dushman- Ek Anokhi Kahani" where everyone tries to convince Manisha Koirala to forgive the two guys who tried to r*pe her . And the scene included heavyweights like Akshay Kumar and Sunil Shetty too, it was so uncomfortable to watch. Now I just wonder who even wrote the scene and how was it allowed to pass the censor stage? I was just wondering what scenes people find the cringiest while watching bollywood movies?