Box Office Youtube Video

Essentially nothing new here, besides the shirt I am wearing.  Which isn’t new to me, but I haven’t worn it in a video yet.  Very short video summarizing everything I already said in this post.

Here is the video.  Oh, and no opening titles because youtube pulled the thing I was using to add them on.  I still have the video file, I just need to figure out another tool to splice it on.

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22 thoughts on “Box Office Youtube Video

    • I have no idea how it happens, but the bookshelves always look tilted and I always look straight. Maybe I stand at a natural angle?

      On Tue, Sep 26, 2017 at 9:13 PM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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  1. Maybe you should combine the post and the video so people coming here after watching the video get a bigger post to read. Also, news from the Jai Lav Kush front. Apprently Jr. NTR has lashed out at movie reviewers claiming they’re naysayers. He used an analogy I couldn’t quite understand.
    “Drawing an analogy, Jr NTR compared his film to a patient, the audiences to a doctor and the film’s crew to a patient’s family, and said, “When someone is critically ill, they are put in a hospital’s emergency ward where extra care and attention is given. Their family is obviously concerned and eagerly awaits the doctor’s verdict. In the meanwhile, there are several people in the hospital, who start giving opinions. ‘He won’t live. He’ll die,’ says someone. Another person says, ‘The same happened to someone I know and I think he won’t live.’ They suggest names of diseases that even doctors clarify only after several tests! Meanwhile, the family remains concerned about the status of the patient.”

    In this context, he explained, “Daari na poye danayyalu kontha mandi visleshakulu (the naysayers in our case are critics). So let the audience watch and decide a film’s result!””

    Mahesh Babu has also spoken on the matter and said it was the audience’s prerogative to read or not read reviews.

    Also, Jr. NTR and Prabhas now have the same hairdo 😐

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    • Your last point is obviously the most important. And I don’t like it! On either of them!

      On Tue, Sep 26, 2017 at 10:46 PM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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      • I kinda like it on Jr. NTR. He’s short and stout and fluffy, curly hair would look weird on him now.

        But the new hair looks BAD on Prabhas. The meal-skipping lean look is also BAD. I actually had a freak out about it being a bodydouble and not him a few weeks ago (I was obviusly under the influence) How does a guy’s face change so much??

        1 & 2 look like guy and guy’s older brother. 3 looks like distant cousin and 4 looks like a guy with north eastern ancestry! WTF!

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        • Oh wow, you are RIGHT!!! 1 and 2 made me go “oh yes, Prabhas, there you are”. And then 3 and 4 made me go “???????”

          On Tue, Sep 26, 2017 at 11:01 PM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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          • I just want him to look like Mirchi! He should just do whatever he needs to do to go back to that.

            On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 8:23 AM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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          • I liked his looks (proportions, face and body) in Darling, Rebel and he was really perfection as Amarendra. Amarendra isn’t hard to maintain for a guy as tall as him but it only works if he’s dedicated to leg workouts too.

            I didn’t really dig the skinny him in Mirchi or the bloated version. The rain fight version of him was the most appealing but again, that’s closer to Amarendra isn’t it?

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          • Now I’m just picturing Prabhas spending the rest of his life cosplaying as Amarendra. Showing up to all public events in full royal silks with a sword. I know that’s not what you meant, but would we really mind?

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          • Not at all. But can he also do a black shirt and lungi please? And a full beard?? I actually told beau I’d like him to wear something close go bahubali’s outfit for our wedding since sherwanis are so overdone. I totally wouldn’t mind one of devasena’s saris for the wedding or the reception either 😛

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          • Do a theme! Do a theme!!!! The whole wedding can be Bahubali, you can hand out the toy sword set as favors (probably more expensive at this point than anything else you could give people), have the soundtrack playing in the background at all times, serve alcohol in fancy golden cups, build a flying swan boat for your dias at the reception. Also, forget the white horse, have him arrive on an elephant. Oh, and I know you don’t really get to do “vows”, but see if you can have some sort of time for him to recite that whole promise Prabhas makes to Anushka before she agrees to come back to Mahishmati with him.

            Also, I will bet you A MILLION DOLLARS that there is already a wedding planner somewhere who has a whole Bahubali package ready to go and all you need to do is order it.

            Or, alternatively, don’t spend any money at all on the wedding, just use it to pay Prabhas for a special appearance. That was what I really wanted my sister to do for her wedding, spend no money on anything else and just register for people to pay into a “have a celebrity appear in the living room” fund.

            On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 9:55 AM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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          • The idea is good but it won’t be a surprise for anyone if I did a bahubali theme and it would be sooo tacky. I actually am planning a pahadi style day wedding which is going to be a huge shocker for everyone and I’m risking offending his entire clan and mine with it!

            I would probably book a resort for three days, have the haldi on the first morning (we’re supposed to have an extended version of the ceremony that consists of doing the thing over 7 or five days plus a conclusion procession the last day), a bachelorette that evening (basically getting all the ladies drunk) then mehndi the next evening where family members present dances while I get the henna on (this is what’s happening at Punjabi dos now) then a day wedding and lunch (instead of the evening barat and 1-2am wedding ceremonies) and then an evening wedding reception which beau’s family would do their own way and might consist of painful sitting on stage and smiling and getting pictured taken with everyone for 3-5 hours.

            I liked what my masi’s in laws did for the reception. They basically had her sit in her room all dressed up and we sat with her. Whoever wanted to visit and give gifts to the bride just had to come to that room and then they were free to mingle and eat and gossip at their own leisure.

            I either want this or I’d like to just elope to Rajasthan or Goa or south or Bali with just him, my mom, his parents and brother and have a super private destination wedding and then come back and give everyone a dinner reception here.

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          • Do the second option! Just completely break the rules so no one can complain about the little things. And then have a party for everyone later that’s actually a fun party instead of a huge “has to be just right” wedding thing.

            Also, hey, small destination wedding in Chicago! And then I could come, and no one would complain about not being invited because who would want to go to Chicago?

            On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 10:42 AM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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          • Including us!!! 😂

            I floated the idea to my cousin and she was all “omg you’d get married without me??!!” so either I end up inviting a bunch of them or I elope and have to do the whole big event thing at home anyway. Like I’ve said before- stupid indian culture!!

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          • Weren’t you just talking about how special and magical and wonderful snow is? Chicago in January! Snow for miles!

            Oh, just insult your entire family and be completely selfish. It’s your day! Do what you want! (I may be too American)

            On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 11:15 AM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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          • I have a reputation for doing what I want anyway and my family has no expectations of me. 😂 BUT I don’t want to hurt his mom. She’s been looking forward to our wedding and the whole nine yards. If his elder brother gets married before we do, we might get to do our thing. He’s already told her about the destination thing and she’s cool with it. Maybe I’ll give my cousins and friends a destination bachelorette’s and then not invite any of them to the wedding.

            Realistically, I’ll probably be telling the pandit to hold the mantras for a while because I’d have to go check on the catering or something. Such is my life!!

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          • Movie plot! Boyfriend-girlfriend work together to get older sibling married just so the pressure is off them for the wedding hassle. And that’s all I’ve got so far, not sure what happens after that.

            On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 11:30 AM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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          • you’re going to love this btw, see we kinda went from hanging out to being an item and he never gave me a formal proposal. So I actually proposed to him. I asked him “wanna be my chammak challo?” 😂

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          • Oh my god that is so cute! But didn’t you run the risk of him misinterpreting it and thinking you were actually asking him to be a physical manifestation of a video game hero?

            Also, totally taking this to email because I want to exchange wedding stories.

            On Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 10:45 AM, dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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          • His name is rajan which sounds like Ra.One so I was calling him that as a joke before the proposal!! 😁

            He doesn’t think about films so deeply so no chance of his misinterpreting things till I point them out to him!

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