Sunday, 10 April 2011

My Bollywood-ish Cinematic Alphabet

I have come across a new fashion on Lime(tte)'s blog (very interesting blog btw. I advise you to take more than a look on it), which is to make a cinematic alphabet. And as I have no imagination and that I love such ideas. I thought of making mine as well, only aur sirf made in Bollywood.

A for Awaara 

B for Black

C for Chaalbaaz

D for Devdas 

E for Swades
Hehehe... I am such a cheater...
  F for  Fashion

G for Guide

H for Hum Aapke Hain Koun
I want this sari. I want this sari. I SO WANT THIS SARI.
I for 3 Idiots

J for  Jewel Thief

K for Kuch Kuch Hota Hai 
Cheesy, OTT movie... But still I LOVE you Kjo for this!
 L for Lajja

M for Mughal-E-Azam

N for Nagina

O for Om Shanti Om

P for Pakeezah
Q for Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak

R for Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi
S for Saawariya 

T for Taare Zameen Par

U for Umrao Jaan (1981)

V for Veer-Zaara

W for Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge
I had to cheat for this one... I wanted to put this movie somewhere muhahaha

X for... well I found nothing to cheat with for this one.

Y for Yes Boss

Z for... No I will stop cheating...

I have the feeling of having forgotten some movies, so it might be I edit this later, but well... here it is! Thank you for reading! And do not hesitate to do your own alphabet too. I would see it with pleasure!


  1. Wonderful! Now we have to tell Bollywood to stop being prejudiced against x and z xD

  2. Kassy - well it's without doubt because I still haven't watched movies starting with those letters. :D But there are not many starting with those two letters anyway. :) But well, a cinematic alphabet is always complicated for those letters, no matter which cinema industry.

  3. Very good films, also some that I haven't seen yet... But Saawariya? I absolutely don't like that film. Well, everyone as he/she likes.

  4. Lime - I am among the rare people who LOVED Saawariya. It is one of my absolute favourite. I know I am weird. XD Yes, it is slow-paced, but it is absolutely beautiful and poetic. This is not a movie where things happen, this is a movie one contemplates. Actually, it's my second favourite Bhansali-movie after Devdas. :) That's a splendid movie. Pity it is so unloved...