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Movie Posters Go Minimalist, Rediff Style- II

Last updated on: June 20, 2012 14:45 IST

Movie Posters Go Minimalist, Rediff Style- II

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In the first part, we saw some cool minimilistic posters, which captured the very soul of the film they represented.
 
We continue the series with this lot of new minimilistic posters, which are unique in their own way. Do let us know what you think in the comments section below.

Kahaani

The people of Kolkata could never get Vidya Balan's name in the film, Vidya. So, Bidya it was.

The famous Howrah bridge forms the backdrop of the poster, best representing Kolkata, where the Sujoy Ghosh film is set.


Image: Kahaani movie poster
Photographs: Abhishek Rane

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Vicky Donor

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Vicky Donor made sperm donation popular. And as Dr Chadha kept insisting to Vicky in the film: 'Just do it!'


Image: The Vicky Donor poster
Photographs: Abhishek Rane
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Hum

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In Mukul Anand's 1991 hit Hum, Amitabh Bachchan reminds his girl (Kimi Katkar), with some cool dance moves, that a kiss is long overdue. On Friday, then.


Image: The Hum poster
Photographs: Abhishek Rane

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Om Shanti Om

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One of the most unforgettable dialogues in Om Shanti Om has Deepika Padukone ask Arjun Rampal for 'ek chutki sindoor,' so that they can get married.

Of course, the chutki of sindoor never comes.


Image: The Om Shanti Om poster
Photographs: Abhishek Rane

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Yaadon Ki Baraat

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It was the different shoe size that did the trick in Nasir Hussain's 1973 blockbuster Yaadon Ki Baarat.

Dharmendra learnt who his parents' killer was, and everything ended well.


Image: The Yaadon Ki Baraat poster
Photographs: Abhishek Rane

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Mohabbatein

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Maple leaves and Shah Rukh Khan's Raj Aryan Malhotra's violin were a big part of Aditya Chopra's Mohabbatein.

The violin strains were always in the background when 'love' made an appearance in the film.

In the end, Raj's love won over Amitabh Bachchan's Narayan Shankar's parampara, pratishtha, anushasan.


Image: The Mohabbatein poster
Photographs: Abhishek Rane

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Krrish

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So is this how Hrithik Roshan's Krrish cleans his superhero outfit?


Image: The Krrish poster
Photographs: Abhishek Rane

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Darr

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The famous stutter helped make Darr the big success it became.

 


Image: The Darr poster
Photographs: Abhishek Rane
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Dabangg

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Dabangg had some great one-liners. Among them, is this statement that Salman Khan's Chulbul Pandey makes to his arch enemy Sonu Sood. Pretty much gets his sentiment across.


Image: The Dabangg poster
Photographs: Abhishek Rane

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