Last year, we wished our certain B-town celebrities made these resolutions, and yes, some of them did listen to us. Deepika, in fact, took us way too seriously as she didn't have a single film that released this year. Shahid Kapoor, too, has become picky and after Udta Punjab. He waited a while before signing his next film – Padmavati. Ranveer Singh, on the other hand, hasn't changed a bit as he continues to wear those atrocious outfits. Sonam did read the scripts more carefully and gave us the beautiful film, Neerja. Now, for 2017, here’s what we want from our favorite celebs.
The actor needs to stop playing the same 'coming-of-age' and 'heartbroken lover' character again and again. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil may have been a box-office success, but if RK wants to be on the top of the league, he needs to experiment with different kind of roles.
Chopra’s last film Daawat-e-Ishq released in 2014 and her next would be out in April 2017. We hope she decides not to keep such long gaps between signing films as such a move is considered suicidal in Bollywood.
Bang Bang was an average grosser and everyone knows the fate of Mohenjo Daro. Well, Hrithik Roshan has definitely hit a rough patch in his career and we hope he is more careful with the films he gives his nod to. Duggu's next film Kaabil releases on January 25th, and clashes with the super hyped Raees.
When the first poster of Imtiaz Ali's next film, tentatively titled The Ring, was out, everyone found it similar to the director’s last movie, Tamasha. We do love his films but it's high time he reinvents himself by coming out of his comfort zone. Starring Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma, The Ring releases on August 11th, 2017.
With Udta Punjab, Alia Bhatt proved that she’s one of the finest actresses of her generation. Now after such an intense role, it would be great to see Alia in a chick flick like How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days or Bridesmaids.