Saturday WatchAlong: What Should We Watch for Mother’s Day????

A very important week! And a very important movie choice for us. What should we watch for Mother’s Day????

Unless there is a strong argument against it, I am leaning towards doing the watch at 7:30am on Saturday, okay by y’all?

Now, movies!

Kapoor & Sons

Join me in hate! WORST MOTHER EVER!!!

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Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham

Emily argues that Jaya is the worst mother ever, we can judge if we agree!

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Kal Ho Na Ho

Speaking of Jaya, let’s watch her as the tough matriarch holding her family together.

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Mom

Sridevi’s last film, the Ultimate in mother’s day movies, I think.

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Or, what are your votes? What else could/should we watch?

13 thoughts on “Saturday WatchAlong: What Should We Watch for Mother’s Day????

  1. I might not be able to join on Saturday for the full movie, so I feel like I can’t vote. I will try to join for the first hour if I can.

    One suggestion though is Dil Hai Tumaara. Yes, you might think you are hallucinating but it is so ridiculously out of control and has all kinds of mom drama and it has Preity and Rekha!

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    • Eesh! We may have to reschedule for Friday after I said “for sure Saturday will be best”. And maybe Kapoor & Sons? I keep falling asleep in the middle of Friday movies, but Kapoor & Sons may keep me awake with HATE

      On Wed, May 5, 2021 at 12:31 PM dontcallitbollywood wrote:

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      • I cry like a baby everytime I watch K3G. I can’t even listen to Bole Chudiyan, because I start crying always when Amitabh’s part starts.

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  2. I haven’t particiated in one of these watchalongs before so I apologise if you’ve already done it, but how about Secret Superstar? I think it’s a great mother-daughter story. I’ve never paid too much attention to Jaya in KKKG before though, so it would be a really interesting re-watch from that angle!

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