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COLLEGE LIFE WE GET IN BOLLYWOOD IS UNREALISTIC

COLLEGE LIFE WE GET IN BOLLYWOOD IS UNREALISTIC

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Throughout history, movies have been a means of escape from everyday life and investigation of fantasy, fiction, and drama. We have all found ourselves absorbed in the stories we watch on television, letting go of exactly who we are for a while. We’ve always relied on Bollywood movies to provide us with that great escape, plus a little extra. A world-famous melodrama and storytelling phenomenon, Bollywood has always exceeded our expectations and gone over the top at times (well, to be honest, most of the time).
Bollywood needs to apologize for these ten unrealistic expectations of college life:

  • Sushmita Sen as your chemistry professor bro, are you even kidding me. Hotter Than Hell. 
sushmita sen in mai hoo naa
  • Raj Aryan Malhotra played by SRK, newly hired at Gurukul, was introduced to the audience. However, he didn’t teach music. There wasn’t a single instrument he taught. 
srk in mohabbatein

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  • As your batchmates, you have Varun Dhawan, Siddharth Malhotra, and Tiger Shroff.
  • The fact that you and your girlfriend are staying in the same hostel room is understandable.   
  • Bullying a girl who is singing “Om Jai Jagdish” I’m sorry, are you serious? 
rani mukherjee in kuch kuch hota hai

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  • Instead of studying academics, college teaches you how to fall in “love”. yeh bhi theek hai.
archana puran singh as ms braganza

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  • When your cat dies, the whole college sings and dances for you to cheer you up. 
  • In my college, the seniors fell into two types: one type ignored us completely, while the other was kind and helpful and even befriended us. Although ragging is still quite common in many colleges, not all seniors misbehave. From my experience.
  • College students in Bollywood films seem to be on acid because they all have the energy of 5-year-olds. Due to the lack of sleep, travel and general depression, no teenager have this much energy to break out into coked-up dance sequences.
arpita rao in mai hoo naa

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Jobs, internships, placements they all are seeking their soulmates. All Bollywood movies are musicals, contrary to Hollywood films, where the cast randomly breaks into song and dance no matter what the situation is. Despite our fondest desires to imagine ourselves dancing in bae’s arms on top of a Swiss mountain. It’s too unrealistic.

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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