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Be it for her glamorous fashion outings or rich acting repertoire, Karisma Kapoor has a special place in the hearts of Bollywood fans, especially '90s kids. With her twinkling eyes, affable smile and endearing voice, the actress never fails to light up our screens. Proving that to us once again, Karisma has featured in a new advertisement that's reminiscent of an iconic detergent ad from the '90s, sweeping a wave of nostalgia over us. In the ad, the actress is dressed in a white saree with blue border as was the case in the original ad. The actress shared the video on Instagram.
The teaser, which uses footage from all three MCU Spider-Man films, Tobey's trilogy, and Andrew's Amazing Spider-Man movies, imagines a film where Ned uses the Sling Ring to jump between universes. He witnesses Tobey's Spider-Man in a wrestling match with Randy Savage's Bonesay McGraw. He asks, "Is that Peter down there?" as he watches the match from his seat. He also travels to Andrew's universe watching Peter kissing Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy on stage as he graduates high school.
The name of the teaser, Ned's Bogus Adventure, appears to be a play on the classic time-travelling comedies-- 1989 movie Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and its 1991 sequel Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey. Ned's Bogus Adventure also uses 1980s rock music throughout its teaser.
Director: Deepa Mehta, 1998 The movie opens in the city of Lahore in Punjab in 1947 before India and Pakistan became independent. Lahore is a cosmopolitan city, depicted by a group of working class friends from different religions. The rest of the movie chronicles the fate of this group and the maddening religious conflict that sweeps across Punjab as the partition of the two countries is decided and Lahore is given to Pakistan. Based on the 1988 semi-autobiographical novel The Ice Candy Man by Bapsi Sidhwa.
Director: James Ivory, 1975 On the anniversary of her father's death, an exiled Indian princess (Madhur Jaffrey) celebrates his memory in her London flat by serving tea and showing a selection of 16mm home movies to her guest, her father's secretary, Cyril Sahib (James Mason). A wistful look back at the princely states of British India featuring rare archival film footage from the erstwhile states of Jaipur, Jodhpur and Bikaner. 2b1af7f3a8