Wednesday Watching Post: What Are You Reading and Watching and Thinking and Listening To on VALENTINE’S WEEK???

Happy Wednesday!!! And happy 4 days to Valentine’s!!!! I may try to talk my parents into a heart shaped pizza to celebrate. And I will try very hard not to be sad that I am missing my annual SRK Valentine’s party for the first time in 10 years!!!!

I’ll start!

Reading: I’m about halfway through Siva Purana and I am considering reading Emily of Deep Valley and/or making it a DCIB book club pick. It sounds like the perfect quarantine read.

Watching: Tonight I’ve got a Friend’s Movie Night, and I was going to do Ek Ladki Ko Dekha to Aisa Laga, but now that I have remembered Valentine’s, I think I have to do an SRK movie instead. Right? Maybe Billu.

Thinking: Snow snow snow snow snow. BLECH!!!! It’s fun to see the kids play in it and stuff, but it’s another overcast snowing day today and I am already feeling grumpy and depressed even with my sunlamp. Everything in the world is terrible and unfair and I hate everything. Perfect mood to host a movie night tonight, right?

Listening: I have GOT to snap out of this!!!!!! What is the funnest happiest guaranteed good time thing I can think of?

Okay, question for you!!!! If you could only pick one for Valentine’s Day, heart shaped pizza or box of chocolates?

I think heart shaped pizza for me. Because chocolate I can have any day, but a heart shaped pizza is special just for the holiday.

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20 thoughts on “Wednesday Watching Post: What Are You Reading and Watching and Thinking and Listening To on VALENTINE’S WEEK???

  1. I don’t want you to be sad. What do you do during your Annual SRK Valentine’s Day party? There are so many SRK fans on this blog, how about hosting the party virtually over zoom or something similar?

    Answer to your question: 100% heart pizza (with thick cut pepperoni, sausage, and roasted garlic). I also just don’t care about chocolate.


    • Annual SRK Valentine’s party, I would invite a bunch of friends, give them all cards, and we would have Samosas and watch an SRK movie. Some years it was just me and one other person, some years it was a whole crowd. I managed to completely forget about this tradition until just now!!! And now I am sad. Oh well.

      Maybe I will ask my Friends Movie Group if anyone is interested in a Valentine’s SRK fest? Usually I get folks coming over because no one wants to do the whole romantic stupid thing with their partner and would rather come to my house and just escape the pressure. But I don’t know if you can ignore yoru partner on Valentine’s Day when you are actually in the same apartment just on Zoom.

      On Wed, Feb 10, 2021 at 9:49 AM dontcallitbollywood wrote:



      • YES!!! That sounds fun! Also, everyone is together with their partner ALL the time. Personally, it will easier to ignore your partner this year when you are on Zoom. Whenever I need my alone time, I just tell my husband to love me quietly from far away please and he know to leave me alone! My friends have now also started using my line and it works very well! Finally, now I want samosas!


  2. I had a moment at the end of last week where I wanted new and interesting stuff, so I tried a bunch of movies and they all sucked, so now it’s back to Murder She Wrote. Nothing else is stupid and comforting enough.

    Heart-shaped pizza! I think I will make one.

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    • I love Murder She Wrote!!!! I’m sticking with True Crime for now, but I can feel Jessica Fletcher in my future.

      On Wed, Feb 10, 2021 at 10:35 AM dontcallitbollywood wrote:



  3. I continue with my malayalam spree (from 10 movies I have seen this year 8 are in malayalam) This time Kamaladalam. I loved every minute of this film. The music, the dances, Mohanlal who I found super sexy for the first time. And yes, it’s official – the movies about master-disciple relationship and people ready to die for the art are my favourite genre. I’m even more impatient for marathi film The Disciple.


    • Just looked up Kamaladalam, and I don’t want to watch that! It’s all “happy for a Malayalam movie” kind of thing, meaning INSANELY DEPRESSING for any other film industry.

      On Wed, Feb 10, 2021 at 2:23 PM dontcallitbollywood wrote:



      • Yeah it was a malayalam depressing so sad but doesn’t make you depressed for a week. What really saddened me was reading that Monisha, who plays Mohanlal’s disciple, died in a car accident few months after the movie was released .


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