TGIF: Madhavan’s Birthday Week, MSK with Maddy!

Well, this is going to be hard for all of us! In honor of Maddy turning 49 (so old!), I am going to put up lots and lots of photos and you, poor people, have to play “Marry Sex Kill” with them. One of these Maddy’s you marry and build a life with, one of these Maddy’s you have for one night and never see again, and one of these Maddy’s you throw off a bridge. Brace yourselves!

Mature Beard Maddy

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Young check shirt Maddy

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Gel Hair Maddy

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Best Buds with Vijay Sethupathi Maddy

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Eyebrows and Denim Maddy

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Glasses and soft shirt Maddy

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Open collar Maddy

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Rain Maddy

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Many Smiles Maddy

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Saala Khadoos Maddy

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Hipster Maddy

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Shirtless Saala Khadoos Maddy

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Uniform Maddy

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Wet hair undershirt glowing Maddy

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Young smirky Maddy

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Okay, who do you choose?????

For me, Marry:

Soft shirt Maddy! He’s got glasses, so he probably has a good job, and he has a soft shirt, so he is cuddly

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Sex

Glowing Maddy. I have to admit, I am curious about the glow

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Kill

Obviously Hipster Maddy

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16 thoughts on “TGIF: Madhavan’s Birthday Week, MSK with Maddy!

    • Then kill them all after having sex with them, I won’t judge. Like a Praying Mantis.

      On Fri, May 31, 2019 at 9:57 AM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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  1. Marry:
    Glowing Maddy. It would be nice to return home and see a man like that every day
    Sex:
    Rain Maddy
    Shirtless Saala Khadoos Maddy
    Kill:
    This one is easy – current I’m-Modi-Fan-And-Say-Nice-Thing-To-Vivek-Agnihotri Maddy. Sorry, there shouldn’t be politics on your blog, but I just can’t with this new Madhavan.

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    • So, sex with two Maddy’s? I think that might be against the rules, unless you do it simultaneously.

      Also, thank you for overcoming your distaste for Social Media Maddy to help promote the blog!

      On Fri, May 31, 2019 at 10:12 AM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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  2. Sex: Saala Khadoos Maddy–so dirty! We’d need a shower first…
    Marry: best buds Maddy–love is friendship
    Kill: gel hair Maddy–it was close with hipster Maddy, but the facial expression and the shades pushed this one over the top

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    • Gel hair Maddy was my second “kill” pick too!

      and good on you, being all classy and picking not-Shirtless Saala Khaadoos Maddy.

      On Fri, May 31, 2019 at 1:28 PM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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    • And that would leave you free to start live again with glowing Maddy, shirted Saala Khadoos Maddy, or any one of these other fine options!

      On Fri, May 31, 2019 at 1:48 PM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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  3. Good point, Margaret. I can move on to Harshvardan K., Vijay Sethupathy and/or Prithviraj S.

    BTW, Prith’s direction of Lucifer was very good for a first time outing, for any outing. Think he’ll leave acting? And Vivek was a standout. Think they’ll forgive him?

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    • Rumor has it that Prithviraj has been directing most of his films for years. This was just the first one to make it official. He has a lot more power and creative freedom as an actor than he would as a director, so I suspect he will continue to act in order to maintain that power and direct occasionally when he gets the opportunities.

      Poor Vivek, even a good role and a good performance in a Malayalam movie is a big big step down from Hindi. He can never make it in Hindi, not the way he hoped to, I think he will have to be satisfied with the occasional villain or second lead part, and the humiliation of having to take roles in southern films.

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  4. So Hindi is still the big goombah.

    Telegu, Tamil, Malayalam, I find treasures there and in Kannada, Bengali, etc. I read somewhere that the largest, most advanced studio was in the South, Kerala, I think. What makes the products of that geography second rate? There are some differences between Bollywood and the others, obvious ones that even I can see, like the audiences, and more rock ’em sock ’em in the South. But actors are crossing boundaries all the time these days, and a film is made in several languages.

    Tonight, I’m watching Petta with Rajinikanth and Nowazzudin Siddiqi, South and North respectively. It’s actually okay, not a stunner but okay. Old man Rajinikanth is all duded up with foofy hair and slabs of pancake; maybe even Spanx. He dances like I do, but he does command his scenes.

    In the end, it’s all Indian cinema and the foundation of your wonderful blog.

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    • Hindi is the language that is tried to be used as a common language through out India (there’s massive political upheaval behind language in India, including fasts unto death and so on), and the Hindi industry got preferential treatment for the limited supply of filmstock within the country back before liberalization. It also went overseas before the other industries. It’s not fair, and there are definitely political reasons for it, but Hindi films got an advantage and were made the face of Indian film. In response, Hindi films tend to use much simpler language (so they can be understood by folks who learned Hindi in school), and sort of smoothed down the specifics so that they can be appreciated by people across ethnic backgrounds. Tamil and Telugu are right up there with Hindi in terms of sophistication and history of the industries and all of that, but they lag slightly behind in terms of audience reach. And they tend to still be specific to the states they are from, use political details and stuff that are only relevant there. And yes, Chennai/Madras has the most sophisticated film studios in India, many Hindi films are shot there.

      One thing you will notice with Hindi versus southern films is you might start to feel like you are missing stuff when you watch southern films a lot more than with Hindi. Petta, for instance, probably has some stuff related to Rajinikanth’s new political career that is far too hard to understand for folks who were not raised in Tamil politics.

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  5. I paused Petta to write my comment (I never pause good films) did some other stuff and then read your reply sometime after midnight. I watched the after-pause part this morning and found several Rajnikanth political messages. It made the film both more and less interesting. (Hard to explain.)

    I’m going to comment in the right place about changing endings. Boy would I ever in Petta!

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    • If you want to see some serious politics, check out Mersal. It also has good songs.

      On Sat, Jun 1, 2019 at 7:35 AM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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