Saturday Small Talk: What Are You Doing While I Am Visiting My Sister?

Happy happy Saturday!  I am visiting my sister for a flying visit, arrived super late last night, so don’t expect me to write anything intelligent until quite late in the day.  But that shouldn’t stop you all from talking!

Let me just throw out some potential topics:

What movie do you think I should make my sister watch?  What have we been talking about here that is worth showing her?  And yes, I am remembering Hasee To Phasee.

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Yesterday’s “let’s match up eligible bachelors and bachelorettes” post was super fun, you should all consider and comment if you haven’t already.  But there is an important bachelor I forgot, Karan Johar!  Who is his perfect match? Jitesh Pillai (chief editor of FilmFare)?  Ayan Mukherjee?  His close friend of 20 years Manish Malhotra? Someone else?

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(I just want him to be happy!)

And finally, it’s confirmed that Vaani Kapoor will be opposite Hrithik in the YRF film with Tiger Shroff.  And, more importantly, Bosco Ceaser is saying that they are choreographing a special new spectacular dance for Hrithik and Vaani.  I think all of this is good, what do you think?

(The last spectacular Hrithik dance number, far too long ago)


11 thoughts on “Saturday Small Talk: What Are You Doing While I Am Visiting My Sister?

  1. Don’t know if your sis is a Bollywood newcomer, but I seduce all my clueless friends via Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. It works every time.


    • Not a newbie, which is kind of the problem, we’ve already watched most of the good movies!

      On Sat, Nov 17, 2018 at 2:57 PM dontcallitbollywood wrote:



  2. I started watching Bahubali with my family last night and I’m enjoying it but I’m not blown away, you know? I think I read too many comments about how earth-shatteringly great it was. It’s entertaining for sure, some of the visuals are spectacular (like when Prabhas sees the vision of his lady love and leaps out over the waterfall) but the story itself isn’t grabbing me much.


    • BLASPHEMER!!!!!!!

      B1 and B2 really do work hand in hand and should be seen as 2 movies. It is the story in B2 that has the real weight and depth and tragedy to it. Although B1 is fun and has great visuals (“Dhivara”, the waterfall song, is my favorite between both movies). But if you are looking for what drove people to do intensive philosophical discussion of the Dharmic tragedy and choices, that’s all in B2.

      On Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 11:45 AM dontcallitbollywood wrote:



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