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The Dirty Picture is a 2011 Indian biographical musical drama film inspired by the life of Silk Smitha, a South Indian actress noted for her erotic roles. The filmmakers have clarified that the story is not officially or literally based on Smitha alone, but on many of her Southern contemporaries such as Disco Shanti. It also resembles the personal lives of other women in popular culture, including Hollywood actress and sex symbol Marilyn Monroe.[4] The film was directed by Milan Luthria and co-produced by Shobha Kapoor and Ekta Kapoor, after Ekta came up with the idea and asked screenwriter Rajat Aroraa to pen a story based on it.[5][6]

Produced on a budget of ₹180 million (US$2.7 million),[7] The Dirty Picture was released worldwide on 2 December 2011 (the anniversary of Smitha's birth),[8] in Hindi, Telugu and Tamil versions. Vidya Balan, Naseeruddin Shah, Tusshar Kapoor and Emraan Hashmi played lead roles in the film.[9] Upon release the film was both a critical and commercial success, with Balan receiving the highest accolades for her performance; she was called "the hero of the film".[10] In addition, the film has received widespread praise for portraying women as powerful, contributing something unique to a typically male-dominated society.[11] The film's music was composed by Vishal Shekhar with lyrics written by Rajat Aroraa.

The Dirty Picture grossed ₹1.14 billion (US$17 million) worldwide[2][3] and received several awards, most of which were won by Balan for her portrayal of Silk. The film won three National Film Awards including Best Actress, three Filmfare Awards and six Screen Awards including Best Picture and Best Director. Box Office India declared the film a Blockbuster after its fourth week.[12]

A day before her marriage, Reshma (Vidya Balan) decides to run away from her rural village, hoping to become a star in Chennai. She fails to impress a casting director, and he insults her for being unattractive and unable to act. Determined to secure a role, she spontaneously auditions for the position of a background dancer. However, she dances in a sultry manner, using erotic movements which annoys the film's director, Abraham (Emraan Hashmi). He edits out Reshma's entire dance sequence from the film. The film fails at the box office, much to the dismay of the producer Selva Ganesh (Rajesh Sharma), who later recalls Reshma's performance and offers her a role in a song in his upcoming film. Selva also suggests that she now be referred to as "Silk", which is more exotic and captivating.

At the first shoot, Silk dances with veteran actor Suryakanth (Naseeruddin Shah), her childhood idol. Enamoured with him, Silk gains his affection and attention by offering a long-term sexual relationship. Meanwhile, Abraham proposes a new film to Selva Ganesh and is keen to cast Suryakanth. However, Suryakanth's suggestion of adding sex amd eroticism, to make the film more commercially viable, angers Abraham. Silk goes on to do many more sexually charged films with Suryakanth, which catapults her into stardom. She gains many male fans, and within a short span of time, becomes immensely rich and popular as a Southern sex symbol.

Suryakanth's younger brother Ramakanth (Tusshar Kapoor) is an admirer of Silk and starts to befriend her. Silk develops a liking for him, after she realizes that he is the first man who loves her for more than just her body and sex appeal. At an awards ceremony Silk is praised for her performance, but is also insulted by Suryakanth who tells her that she is nothing more than everyone's "dirty secret". Hurt by his remarks, Silk announces that she will continue to make her "dirty pictures", and that she has no qualms in doing so. She begins to spend more time with Ramakanth, and becomes the focus of tabloid gossip after noted journalist Naila (Anju Mahendru) criticises Silk for having a romantic relationship with both brothers. Suryakanth drops Silk from his forthcoming films, forcing her to work with smaller, unknown film makers. She loses interest in her work and begins to feel threatened by a younger aspiring actress, Shakeela. During a dance challenge she intentionally trips Shakeela, much to the embarrassment of Ramakanth who then decides to end their relationship.

To ease her heartbreak and the rejection from her family, Silk turns to alcohol and chain smoking. She gains weight, causing her to lose her status as a sex symbol. Silk approaches Silva Ganesh with an offer to produce a film together. Ultimately, the audience and industry has lost interest in her, and the film fails. On the other hand, Abraham directs a film which turns out to be a huge hit, and he feels that he has finally proven to Silk (and himself) that his films do not need any sexualisation to be successful. Having lost her fame and fortune, Silk has accumulated so much debt that she approaches a small-time film maker, willing to take on any role. She is shocked to find that he wants her to do a pornographic film, and she refuses. He intoxicates her with alcohol and starts filming, without her explicit permission. The place is raided by the police but Silk manages to escape in time. Abraham finds himself falling in love with Silk, even though he denies it first, as he struggles with this moral dilemma. During a phone conversation with Silk, Abraham becomes alarmed when she asks him to bid farewell to everyone for her. He rushes to her house, and finds her lying in bed dead from a sleeping pill overdose, along with a suicide note. The film ends with Abraham's narration, examining the life that Silk has lead, and he questions whether the consequences she faced from her actions were justified or not. He concludes by realizing that we will never know if her way of life was right or wrong, or if we should judge her at all.


Balan with co-stars Tusshar Kapoor (left) and Emraan Hashmi at the audio release of The Dirty Picture.
Vidya Balan as Reshma/Silk, a rebellious and independent woman. She runs away from her rural home at a young age in order to nurture her dream of becoming an actress. She is uninhibited in expressing her sexuality.
Naseeruddin Shah as Suryakanth, an ageing South Indian superstar. He is involved in various extramarital relationships and has a secret affair with the much younger Silk.
Tusshar Kapoor as Ramakanth, Suryakant's brother and a writer for one of his forthcoming films. He is attracted to Silk, but unlike his brother, is empathetic towards her.
Emraan Hashmi as Abraham, a film director and the narrator of the film. He dreams of making critically acclaimed films. He initially hates Silk and her over sexualisation of the film industry.
Anju Mahendru as Naila, a journalist who writes sensationalist articles about Silk, but secretively admires her courage.
Rajesh Sharma as Selva Ganesh/Keedadas, the producer of most of Silk's films.
Imran Hasnee as film director Vijayan
Mangal Kenkre as Ratnamma, a confidante of Silk.
Arya Banerjee as Shakeela, an up-and-coming young actress who compares herself to Silk.
Mohit Sinha as Manorma
Shivani Tanksale as Raadhika
Lavin Gothi as a fan of Silk
Ekta Kapoor launched the film with director Milan Luthria soon after their collaboration Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai became a hit.[13] She said that The Dirty Picture would be India's answer to the Academy Award nominated film Boogie Nights.[14] Later in a press conference, Kapoor clarified that neither of Balaji's forthcoming films, Ragini MMS nor The Dirty Picture, were "porn films" as they had been made out to be.[15]

Kapoor has gone on record to add, "I would be surprised if I don't get unbelievable critical acclaim for The Dirty Picture and a national award for my actress, Vidya Balan. The film has one of the most well-written scripts I have come across and a lot of youngsters in my office have looked at it with great admiration."[14] She also pointed out that the purpose of the film was neither to justify nor criticise Smitha's life, but for the audience to live her life.[14] Additionally, all actors, including Balan and Shah attended workshops for almost two months before filming could begin, in order to familiarise themselves with the body language of their characters.[16]

The story chose me! It was Ekta's idea; she had asked the writer to write a story based on this, and once it was done, they casually asked me to go through it. She wanted a first-time director to do it as it wasn't a big canvas and they did not have a big budget, but when I read the story I was bowled over. I told her I wanted to direct it; it was exclusive material – not those typical masala films, and I didn't want anyone else directing it.
— Milan Luthria[17]
When screenwriter Rajat Aroraa initially started working, taking cues from producer Kapoor, the scope of the film was much smaller, primarily looking back to the soft-pornography scene of the 1980s. But gradually as work progressed, the scope widened to include the controversial romances of Smitha through a fictionalised biopic.[18] While researching for the film, director Luthria and screenwriter Aroraa found little material in film magazines of that period, as "women like Silk Smitha were often ignored by film magazines, except for gossip column mentions".[18] Thus they derived many of the details of her life from anecdotes and party gossips, and then fictionalised them. Apart from depicting the pomp of the Telugu/Tamil film industry, the screenplay also takes up issues such as money management by actors, "their string of broken relationships", and the way they "led lonely lives and met with tragic ends".[18] For inspiration, instead of looking at South Indian films of the period, the team turned to the work of mainstream Bollywood directors like Manmohan Desai, Vijay Anand, Raj Kapoor, Feroz Khan and G.P. Sippy; and in order to put the global soft-porn industry in context, the team looked into Boogie Nights (1997) and The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996). The final script became a "fictionalised, women-oriented, generalised perspective on the 1980s film industry".[18]

After initial talks with actresses Kangana Ranaut[19] and Bipasha Basu[20] fell through, Vidya Balan was offered the lead role. When Balan was narrated the script and shown sketches of what she needed to wear for the portrayal, she felt uncomfortable.[21] Luthria added, "We couldn't have found anyone better than Vidya for this role. It's a casting that very few would think is viable because it is going to be nothing like Vidya has done before. But I am confident she will push the envelope as far as she can".[14]

Regarding the criticism that Balan's character might evoke, Luthria clarified, "I wanted Vidya to know that what she's doing is not crass or crude but can be shown aesthetically in a sensual manner with a touch of class. What her character does, is not cheap." As a reference point, he also asked Balan to study 'similar themed' films such as Burlesque and Chicago.[22] Balan also underwent salsa training to fine-tune herself with Smitha's languid body language.[23]

Next, Naseeruddin Shah was cast as an ageing South Indian superstar with "hideous wigs, dark glasses and painted-on mustaches". He also performed a "fast dance number" in the film, a full 22 years after he last did it in the song "Tirchi Topiwale" from Tridev (1989).[24] Regarding his character, Ekta Kapoor stated, "This role requires him to play to the gallery, provoke claps, laughs, and whistles and I know he can pull it off because Naseer is the Shah of all actors", while Luthria added, "Expect a man who unabashedly enjoys the flesh of women".[25]

Tusshar Kapoor and Emraan Hashmi were next cast in lead roles. While it was known that Tusshar Kapoor would play the role of a script-writer and Smitha's love interest, the nature of Hashmi's role was unknown for a while.[26] The casting received praise from trade pundits, with Taran Adarsh commenting, "Known for engaging in interesting and unconventional casting in all its previous releases, Balaji has again tackled the unheard of, by casting Emraan Hashmi and Vidya Balan – two of the most successful stars of today – opposite each other in The Dirty Picture. The perfect combination of mass and class promises to make this controversial film yet another winner from the Balaji stable.

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OMG – Oh My God! is a 2012 Indian satirical comedy-drama film. The storyline is based on a Gujarati stage-play entitled Kanji Virudh Kanji and on the 2001 Australian film The Man Who Sued God. It is directed by Umesh Shukla. The film features Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal in the lead roles, along with Mithun Chakraborty.[6] Made on a budget of ₹20 crore (US$3.0 million), the film released on 28 September 2012 to widespread critical acclaim[7][8] and was declared a blockbuster. The film was remade in Telugu as Gopala Gopala in 2014 with Venkatesh and Pawan Kalyan in the lead roles and in Kannada with Upendra and Sudeep titled as Mukunda Murari in 2016.

Kanji Lalji Mehta (Paresh Rawal), a middle-class atheist Hindu owns a shop of Hindu idols and antiques in Mumbai. He is cursed by Siddheshwar Maharaj when he stopped his son from playing dahi handi. A low-intensity earthquake hits the city, and Kanji's shop is the only shop that is destroyed.

Next day at the insurance office, Kanji and his neighbour-assistant Mahadev learn that the disaster claim does not cover any damage caused by natural calamities classified under "Act of God". Running out of options, Kanji decides to file a lawsuit against God but fails to find a lawyer for such a lawsuit. Finally, he meets Hanif Qureshi (Om Puri) and his daughter (Puja Gupta), a poor Muslim lawyer family. Qureshi, a disabled man, helps him file the case as Kanji decides to fight on his own. Legal notices are sent to the insurance company as well as to religious priests, Siddheshwar Maharaj (Govind Namdeo), Gopi Maiyya (Poonam Jhawer) and their group's founder, Leeladhar Swamy (Mithun Chakraborty) summoning them to the court as representatives of God on earth.

During the preliminary hearing, opposition lawyer Sardesai (Mahesh Manjrekar) asks the judge to dismiss the case. But Kanji points out that religious groups claim to represent God on Earth and speak on his behalf. Hence, they are answerable for his actions. The Judge agrees and the court accepts the case. However, Kanji soon finds himself trapped amongst armed fundamentalists, with his mortgage bank occupying the house, and his wife leaving him. In all instances, Kanji is rescued by Krishna Vasudev Yadav (Akshay Kumar), who claims to be a real estate agent, rides a hot-shot motorbike. Krishna buys Kanji's house from the bank, but allows Kanji to stay with him.

The lawsuit causes a public outcry. As Kanji and Krishna watch this on TV, Krishna advises him to go to the media and present his views to the public. Kanji's interview receives wide coverage and public opinion swings in his favour. Meanwhile, hundreds of people, whose insurance claims were rejected due to "Act Of God" show up at Hanif Qureshi's house and join the lawsuit. Kanji agrees to fight on behalf of all of them. In the next court session, Catholic priests and Muslim Mullahs are also summoned to the court as defendants. However, lawyer Sardesai points out that Kanji has no document that can prove the disaster was an "Act of God". The judge orders Kanji to present a written proof that will support his claim.

Kanji loses hope, but Krishna rescues the day again by advising Kanji to read the Bhagavad Gita, and the other holy books such as The Quran and The Bible, telling him that he would find the answer of all his questions. Kanji studies the books intensively for a month. In the next session, Kanji points out a passage in the holy books which says that "This world is a creation of God, and it is his will to allow it to grow or destroy", which strengthens his case. As he nears the end of his argument, he suddenly loses consciousness. He is rushed to the hospital, where doctors unsuccessfully try to revive him, leaving him comatose. They announce to the media that Kanji has been paralyzed, and that only God can now save him. When Kanji opens his eyes, he finds Krishna in front of him. Krishna caresses the left side of Kanji's body with his key chain and Kanji is able to walk again.

Krishna then reveals to the confused Kanji that he himself is Lord Krishna, and he has saved Kanji to show him that God does exist. Kanji then learns that he has been in a coma for a month and that a lot of things have happened during the period. The lawsuit's verdict was in his favor and religious organisations were ordered by court to pay the compensation to all the plaintiffs; people have started calling Kanji a "God". Meanwhile, Leeladhar, Gopi Maiyya, and Siddheshwar have opened a temple dedicated to Kanji and accumulated millions in donations. He also learns that as per his own "will", he is about to be removed from the ventilator and thousands have gathered for his funeral procession. Krishna gives him a choice of stopping the procession or to sit back quietly. Kanji decides to fight and Krishna takes him on his motorbike to stop the procession. Kanji arrives to find his statues erected at the place where his shop once stood. He wades through the stunned crowd and breaks the statue, then admonishes the crowd about trusting in God-men. He advises them to search for God in themselves, not in statues. When the crowd's anger turns towards the collected God-men, he prevents them from further violence and tells them to allow the cheating group to leave peacefully, advising them not to believe in them anymore.

After successfully completing the job, he goes back to Krishna to thank him, only to find him and his motorcycle disappeared. Kanji's family arrive and they are reunited. On their way home, Kanji sees Krishna's key chain on the floor. When he is about to secure it inside his jacket, he hears Krishna's voice, telling him to get rid of the key chain as fear of god was what he fought against all this time. Kanji smiles and throws it away and sees it disappear into the sky with a flash.[1]

Akshay Kumar as Krishna Vasudev Yadav / Lord Krishna
Paresh Rawal as Kanji Lalji Mehta
Mithun Chakraborty as Leeladhar Swamy
Govind Namdeo as Siddheshwar Maharaj
Poonam Jhawer as Gopi Maiyya
Om Puri as Advocate Hanif Qureshi
Mahesh Manjrekar as Advocate Sardesai
Puja Gupta as Hanif's Daughter
Yousuf Hussain Khan as Judge
Lubna Salim as Susheela (Kanji's wife)
Nidhi Subbaiah as Shweta Tiwari (News reporter)
Murli Sharma as Laxman Mishra
Tisca Chopra as The interview host
Bhanu Prasad as The Pujari
Ishita Vyas Manju Vyas as The Sardesai's assistant
Nikhil Ratnaparkhi as Mahadev
Jaineeraj Rajpurohit as Dinesh Gandhi
Apoorva Arora as Jigna (Kanji's daughter)
Azaan Rustam Shah as Chintu (Kanji's son)
Honey Chhaya as Jagdishbhai
Manu Narula as Krishna
Gopal Pathak
Prabhu Deva in a special appearance in the song "Go Govinda"
Sonakshi Sinha in a special appearance in the song "Go Govinda"

Producer Akshay Kumar announced the film in 2012. When the promos of the movie were released at first, people heard actor Salman Khan's voice and assumed that he was playing a role in the movie or maybe he was the narrator. Later, the director Umesh Shukla went on to clarify that Salman's voice was only being used in the promos of the movie. The director was quoted telling IANS, "He (Salman) will not be narrating in the film. He has that voice. My film is a light-hearted comedy and we need someone who can do justice to the visuals."[9]

Later, it was confirmed that Kumar's close friend Paresh Rawal who appeared in the original play Kishen vs Kanhaiya was playing the lead role with Akshay himself playing the role of Krishna in the movie.[1] Shahrukh Khan was also expected to play a supporting role in the film but later opted out of the project, and the role was taken over by Mithun Chakraborty. The filming was reported to have begun in January 2012.[10] Also, director Prabhu Deva, who earlier directed Kumar's Rowdy Rathore, has been roped in to appear in an item-number along with Sonakshi Sinha.[11] According to reports, producer Akshay Kumar will be doing a supporting role in the film and will be seen riding a specially designed bike for the movie theme, worth ₹1 million.[12]

OMG – Oh My God! released worldwide on 28 September 2012.[1] Prior to its theatrical release, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) certified the film with a U certificate.

Critical reception[edit]
The film was critically well received.[13]

Taran Adarsh of Bollywoodhungama gave the film 3.5 out of 5 stars and said "On the whole, OMG – OH MY GOD! is a thought-provoking adaptation of a massively successful play. A movie tackling a sensitive and an untouched subject matter, it will find its share of advocates and adversaries, but the social message the movie conveys comes across loud and clear and that's one of the prime reasons why OMG becomes a deserving watch".[14] Sukanya Verma of Rediff rated it 4 out of 5 reviewing "A brave and absorbing blend of satire, fable and fantasy that brings our attention to the misuse and commercialisation of religion".[15] Faisal Saif of Independent Bollywood rated it 4 out of 5 and said "Strongly Recommended. Fearless concept with some Fearless performances".[16]

Box office

The film had a low opening but showed good growth on its 2nd and 3rd day and collected ₹30 million (US$450,000) nett in its opening weekend.[17] Despite slow start, the film managed to gross collections of ₹357.4 million (US$5.3 million) nett in its first week.[18] The film collected ₹220 million (US$3.3 million) in its second week.[19] The film continued its successful run in its third week and make a total of around ₹725.0 million (US$11 million) in three weeks.[20] The film raked another ₹62.4 million (US$930,000) in its fourth week to make a total of ₹782.4 million (US$12 million) in four weeks.[21] Overseas, OMG – Oh My God! grossed US$2.5 million in 10 days.[22] At the end of 17 days, OMG – Oh My God! had grossed ₹104.5 million (US$1.6 million).[23]