The signs when you piss them off during a phone conversation
THE SARCASTIC QUESTION REPEATERS- they’ll make statements in the form of passive aggressive questions only meant to invalidate the ridiculous things they are hearing: TAURUS, CAPRICORN, SCORPIO
THE LATE REACTORS- they were super cold on the phone and once the conversation ends they RANT and are SUPER MAD- LIBRA, AQUARIUS, GEMINI
THE ONES WHO TRY TO MAKE SENSE OF THE ARGUMENT AND MAKE A LOGICAL PERSON TO THE OTHER PERSON (WHO IS BEING AN IDIOT), AFTER 10 HOURS OF TRYING TO EXPLAIN AND REASON THEY END UP GETTING SUPER FRUSTRATED- VIRGO, CANCER, PISCES
THE ONES WHO SAY EVERYTHING THAT THEY FEEL DURING THE CONVERSATION- THEY LET IT POUR- SAGITTARIUS, ARIES, LEO
The RP community is all about diversity, and so, it’s a little disappointing that Indian characters are not very popular. I realise that one of the reasons for this is because at large, the community isn’t aware of the actors that could be used. For this reason, I’ve decided to create a masterlist of 100 FCs that should be used to portray Indian characters instead of the same five the RPC currently uses. The majority of these actors are found in Bollywood, which is the Hindi-speaking section of Indian media.
Excellent movie that can boast with wonderful performances, good script and meaningful message, and even though there is plenty of what might be called preaching, it still manages to be very entertaining.
It is not mindless comedy (aka God Tussi Great Ho) and it is not a religious propaganda of any kind.
Paresh Rawal gives yet another flawless performance as a sceptical and very “human”, ordinary person, who instigates a court case against God after suffering big losses in his life, and is demanding a refund really.
Aided and opposed by more wonderful actors (from Om Puri to so-painfully-underrated Mithun Chakraborthy), he ends up making a point he himself did not pursue in the first place.
At first, as a believer, I was genuinly scared when Akshay Kumar appeared, but his act and the presentation, in the context of the film, was very sensitively done.
Even what might have seem a rather ridiculing act at first (his revelation at the hospital), was not really insulting in any way.
It showed what I believe is true - that God has the greatest sense of humour - and from the audience´s point of view, it kept the film in the enjoyable mode and did not let it sink into the depths of preachy religious fervour.
One of the best movies this year for sure!
And I have to mention that Sonakshi Sinha can dance and her expressions are wonderful!