As the world welcomes another year and prepares for a fresh start with the onset of the new calendar in 2018, it is also time for some mighty sounding big promises we call new year resolutions. Now the beauty of these resolutions is that they are meant to be broken and get on with most of the other changes in life except for these promises that we made to ourselves.
Now if you are looking for some inspiration to what to promise yourself to do but not do, we wrote down some New Year’s resolutions for the biggest new makers of Bollywood from 2017, which of course we know they are welcome to break. Based on how 2017 has been for these big stars from Bollywood here are promises that they should absolutely make to themselves for a better 2018. Check them out..
Salman Khan – After promising the viewers year after year in a fit of rage that he will not host Bigg Boss anymore, Salman Khan has pretty much gone ahead and hosted most of the seasons. We understand his frustration but we really hope that he stands by his word this time.
Shah Rukh Khan – Apart from being the King of romance in the industry, he is also the king of clashes and it has not ever been in his best interests. He lost out to Bajirao Mastani as his Dilwale clashed with the film. Again 2017, he stirred a storm after he placed his long pending release Raees right next to Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil on Republic Day. Both films earned but could not earn as per their potential. We hope this year Shah Rukh avoids clashes for the better.
Anushka Sharma – The actress made a wise choice by going out of the country to get married as it was hands down the biggest event of the year, but the entire scenario created around it t heighten the suspense made everyone’s hearts racing. We hope that the only surprises that we get from her this year would be her box office performances.
Kapil Sharma - We think that it is not so much of a resolution but that he owes himself and his fans this bit of trying to avoid flights and alcohol completely. After his fallout with Sunil Grover in 2017 it couldn’t be more vital.
Kareena Kapoor Khan – Kareena Kapoor ended 2016 on the happiest note possible with the arrival of her little munchkin Taimur Ali Khan, but this year has been all about her being spotted with the little one and her motherhood tales. We really hope this year she gets back to being talked about in the movies and not because of Taimur.
Saif Ali Khan – Saif on the contrary need to buck up his Bollywood game and is under pressure to deliver a hit after a bad year like 2017. Both Rangoon and Chef failed to work and this particular Khan needs to catch up soon in order to not be left out.
Sidharth Malhotra – Sidharth’s two flops after Kapoor and Sons, Baar Baar Dekho and A Gentleman, have not gone unnoticed and neither have his negligible efforts to act on screen. It is certainly time he bucks up and makes a better 2018.
Varun Dhawan - He maybe a big winner at the box office this year but he sure needs to convince the traffic police of his selfie acts and avoid getting into more trouble there. We’re good with the plain old ways to clicking pictures Varun.
Kangana Ranaut – She’s doing a pretty fine job of making her voice heard and we are totally with her on her stand against nepotism, but she also landed trouble for not giving the writers of her film due credit and scribbling her own name there instead. Now whether that is true or not, she certainly needs to write her own scripts next time and coming from her we sure know that those would be very hard hitting stories.
Karan Johar – It was big year for Karan personally as her became a father to his twins Yash and Roohi. But another thing that kept him in the news and busy were allegations of nepotism against him registered by Kangana Ranaut. He has been totally chased around with that term behind him especially after he took a dig on the matter at the IFFA Awards. It is therefore in his best interest to forget the term completely for 2018 and start something new.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali – The master of the craft that this year included being a part of controversies, Sanjay Leela Bhansali also needs to swear away from his monochromatic sets and period dramas as it has started messing with heads of the audiences. And you’ll have to agree that Padmavati gave major Bajirao Mastani feels from a distance.