Joined: 26 November 2004
Guys got this on yahoo grps
NOW THAT'S CHEMISTRY-best onscreen chemistry
> It is known as 'chemistry', the electricity between
> two actors that illuminates the screen. Here's a
> look at some of the popular pairs on television
> today who share this indefinable quality, or so
> declare their fans. Some are certainly red hot, some
> are actually rot but hey, ...we still love them a
> Smriti Iraani & Ronit Roy (Tulsi & Mihir, Kyunki
> Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi): The first couple of
> television shares good vibes on screen. Thanks to
> their endless conflicts in the serial, however,
> their scenes together have drastically reduced.
> Sakshi Tanwar & Kiran Karmarkar (Parvati & Om,
> Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii): She is poised, he is
> pensive, and they always look in sync. They share a
> comfort level that translates well on screen.
> Shweta Tiwari & Ronit Roy (Prerna & Rishabh,
> Kasautii Zindagii Kay): She is earnest, he is
> enigmatic, and they make a compatible couple. Now
> that she's married him for the second time and is
> poised to have baby number four (or whatever, we've
> lost track), shouldn't Prerna stop addressing the
> poor fellow as 'Mr. Bajaj'? His name's Rishabh,
> Gauri & Hiten Tejwani (Nandini & Karan, Kyunki Saas
> Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi):
> Charming and expressive, this real life couple
> creates enough excitement in reel life too.
> But sadly, their storyline in Kyunki does not fully
> utilise their combined skills.
> Aamna Shariff & Rajeev Khandelwal (Kashish & Sujal,
> Kahiin To Hoga): When plastic meets stone, sparks
> seem unlikely but they supposedly occur. The buzz is
> that Ekta Kapoor had to reshoot a crucial love scene
> recently. Reason: No chemistry the first time round.
> Forget chemistry and physics, they need to bone up
> on the basics. Of acting.
> Sangeeta Ghosh & Ankur Nayyar (Mahi & Veer, Des Mein
> Niklla Hoga Chand): She's attractive, he's handsome
> and they make a striking couple. If only she would
> stop going over the top with her body language.
> Gurdeep Kohli & Mihir Mishra (Juhi & Rahul,
> Sanjivani): Difficult to set the screen ablaze when
> only one half of the pair can act. He is sensitive
> and sincere but she is rank bad.
> Niki Aneja Walia & Varun Badola (Simran & Abhimanyu,
> Astitva - Ek Prem Kahani): An intriguing pair who
> generates plenty of heat. Their scenes together
> create enough sparks to merit a look.
> Mona Singh & Apoorva Agnihotri (Jassi & Armaan,
> Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin):
> Opposites definitely attract and there's no missing
> those vibes. Their on-screen roller coaster
> relationship is pretty exciting at the moment. Loads
> of fireworks.
> Shama Sikander & Amit Jain (Pooja & Ronit, Ye Meri
> Life Hai): Not particularly well-matched but they
> make an endearing pair. Alas, the serial is
> determined to throw them asunder.
> Manasi Joshi Roy & Anuj Saxena (Kkusum & Abhay,
> Kkusum): Nothing electric here. He swallows half his
> dialogues while she bites them out. Well, perhaps
> they are made for each other after all.
> Juhi Parmar & Hussain Kuwajerwala (Kumkum & Sumit,
> Kumkum — Pyara Sa Bandhan): The best for the last.
> Now here's a couple who shares terrific chemistry.
> She's doe-eyed, he's dashing, and they whip up
> oodles of warmth and intensity. It isn't just their
> romantic moments that fizz and sizzle, their frothy
> scenes look natural too, never choreographed. A rare
> pair that doesn't need a word of dialogue to convey
> any thoughts. Their eyes say it all.
> OVER TO YOU
> Lisa Dias of Dubai writes, "My friends and I, who
> belong to a Yahoo fan club dedicated to Hussain
> Kuwajerwala, enjoy reading your column. We would
> love to see a write-up on telly couples, especially
> Sumit and Kumkum and their wonderful chemistry in
> Kumkum-Pyara Sa Bandhan (Star Plus). Lisa, today's
> 'TV Talk' is dedicated to you and your whacky pals
> Sakshi, Ruchi, Ekta, Kanan, Amber, Upama, Aysha,
> Uzma, Priyanka and the rest!
> Prerna Mehra of Dubai writes, "The Hero Honda Star
> Screen Awards (Star Plus) were not at all genuine.
> It was clearly seen that the awards were given to
> those with VIP connections. For example, Ritesh
> Deshmukh did not deserve his award for best actor in
> a comic role for Masti, kya karey, CM ka beta jo
> hai. Instead, Arshad Warsi was the right choice for
> Hulchul. Similarly, when Jaya Bachchan came on stage
> to give away the best supporting actor award we knew
> before she opened the envelope that Abhishek
> Bachchan would get it. Sab golmal hai. The true
> entertainer was host Sajid Khan.
> A special award should have been announced and given
> to him."
> dont copy
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