Working for a living can be a tedious job, however, Indian Cinema portraits are much easier and more fun. It is a fact that Indian cinema has always had some impact on people in terms of trends and styles.
They take the most mundane jobs and with a lead actor playing the role it seems like fun and not so unrealistic. While some are ordinary jobs, there are many that are far from real and not that common, to be honest.
According to MensXP, these are the 5 regular works that Indian Cinema portrays as extraordinary that make us feel those Monday Blues.
The job of a hairdresser has been stereotyped a lot in the older films of the Indian film industry. From the roadside barbershop feel to not caring about work, a stylist It was never an exaggeration. But in recent years, we have seen leading actresses playing the role of stylist or salon owner who has contributed a little to the spread of this profession.
Of Kajol playing a stylist and salon owner in My name is Khan For Kareen Kapoor in Singham Returns, there have been many leading actresses playing the role and acting as well.
Vlogging It has become all the rage today and all thanks to the easily accessible social media platforms today. People have found a new way to express their love of travel and even earn money from it. The hype has also been sparked with lead actors playing the character of a travel photographer. Whether in an Indian Film theater or in Hollywood, the character has been played many times, making him the new great today.
Being a RJ it has never gone out of style. Since we previously had the luxury of having a television, radios were the only source of entertainment. But today, when there are so many alternatives, a radio jockey may not seem like an ideal job. But over the years, Indian cinema comes with a role built around the role of work, giving it a whole new meaning. Vidya Balan’s character in Lage Raho Munna Bhai was loved by all, which made him a memorable role and she played him again in her other film. ‘Tumhari sulu‘.
From Amitabh Bachchan, Rajesh Khanna, Shah Rukh Khan to Saif Ali Khan, there have been many actors who have played the role of a Cook or a ‘bawarchi’ and they have done their role justice.
Katrina Kaif’s portrait of a diving instructor it sure gave us some ideas. Your role as an instructor in Zindagi na milegi dubaara It was so compelling that many of us thought we’d try diving at least if we didn’t go for work.