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Filmi Forecast: Bebo's Fashion Statement.

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I'll be upfront, I don't know a whole lot about this upcoming Akki-Bebo flick, Kambakkht Ishq by Sajid Nadiadwala. I do know that in it, Akki portrays a Hollywood stuntman, and Bebo, a surgeon by day/supermodel by night ... you know, to make ends meet and all. My voice is dripping with sarcasm at this preposterous set up. Beauty and brains, we get it, Sajid. The only other thing I know about this flick is that the costume design is by Aki Narula, who did costumes for that other Bebo-starrer, Tashan. Based on his work in Tashan, I figured it would be a safe bet to assume that Kambakkht Ishq would be full of super tight, mega short and ultra trendy attire for our heroine. Judging by the pics, I can't say I was all that off. Apparently, with the director's blessing, Narula has sourced Kareena's costumes from the twin European fashion capitals - Milan and Paris. Bebo (lucky gal) gets to sport creations by designers such as DVF, Stella McCartney and (her fave) Roberto Cavalli. Check out the snaps below to get a sense of what you'll be able to expect costume-wise out of this fillum. Oh, and by the way, yes, that is Denise Richards in a cameo appearance.Photo Source.Photo Source.Photo Source.Photo Source.
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BabyJanny said…
ugh, i hate bebo! i cant stand her face, and her acting just makes me wanna shudder, lol! nonetheless, some of the outfits are pretty cute in some of the shots..

inspite of that im still gonna watch this movie cuz of akki, there's just something about him that makes me go oooh! he is FINE.. MEOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW
desipolitan said…
Totally, BabyJanny! You mean her over-acting right? As for Akki, he just gets better and better with age! Meow is right!
BabyJanny said…
damn STRAIGHT! he is finer than he has ever been!

and yeah her acting, and how she pouts her lips.. arghhhhh i just cant take it!

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