Happy Wednesday! Half way through the work week! Time to talk about what all we have been doing this week, what we have watched and read and thought about.
I’ll start! I’ve been doing more reading than watching this week. I’m halfway through the book Karachi You’re Killing Me, which is super fun and I highly recommend it. Moviemavengal sent me a link to a New York Times column on Karan Johar, which was super good and thought provoking (click here to read it).
On Friday for the first time I double-billed it at the Indian movie theaters. Because The Ghazi Attack was in so many languages. Which meant it was screened almost every hour, so I was able to go to a super early show of that and then a late show of Running Shaadi. I missed dinner and didn’t get home until midnight, but it was worth it! I had a super busy weekend (we built cardboard houses in Sunday School, which meant I spent Saturday driving all over the city collecting boxes), but I did manage to squeeze in one of my Netflix DVDs, another R. Balachander, Major Chandrakanth.