Saturday, May 09, 2009

Kajol - The Case for Cloning

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6 comments:

  1. My first webpage was hosted on Geocities.com. This was in the last century, before Yahoo! bought Geocities. I learnt recently that Yahoo! will be shutting down Geocities soon. So, I will be moving some of the old content from that web page to this blog.

    This post is the first one I am moving - a bunch of Kajol's pictures I had posted on that old web site. That was a real cheesy webpage dedicated to her, complete with Shakespeare's poem, "Shall I Compare Thee..." She was (and still is) my favorite Indian actress.

    Everytime I see Kajol, I am all in favor of human cloning! :-P

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  2. Hi,
    Thanks for visiting my blog. Perhaps the reason i left the theatre was because I have had enough of such 'cowboy' men - personally and politically (George Bush).
    The Kajol pics are great... i love her too and wish she was back in Indian cinema in an intelligent role that she deserves.

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  3. I love Kajol. She is the most beautiful Indian actress by far. I recently saw Om Shanti Om and noticed how Bollywood is starting to become Hollywood in terms of "who can be the skinniest". Perhaps the actress in OSO is naturally that thin, but I would hate to see this become a trend as it is here. Kajol to me has the perfect womanly body and I can't quite understand why actresses would rather be thin as a rail instead of having womanly curves!

    Anyways, enjoyed the pictures!
    ~Wendy

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  4. Maybe you would be happier with your experiences with women if you would stop objectifying them and reducing them to mere items for your pleasure. Then maybe you could enjoy them as your intellectual equal and find real fulfillment, instead of whining like a bratty child who's toys have been taken away.

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  5. All The pictures of the Kajol are awesome specially one from the DDLJ. Thanks for sharing such nice photos with me. I am glad to be the part of the site.

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  6. I am willing to suggest that the majority of American women do not endorse "super-skinny" in Hollywood films. It only makes us feel bad about ourselves to see such skinniness. Plus, I've only ever heard that these actresses and super-models have to put their bodies through hell to get them to look that way.

    Thumbs up for cloning Kajol, yeah!

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