Sunday WatchAlong: Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi! 7am Chicago Time!

Happy Sunday! RSVPs were low this week, so warning in advance if no one has shown up by 7:15, Ill cancel.

Woot, Shahrukh Month!!! Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi! Best rom-com based on DCIB votes!

At 7am Chicago time, lll put up an “and PLAY” comment and we will go from there.

309 thoughts on “Sunday WatchAlong: Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi! 7am Chicago Time!

  1. Notice she doesn’t say “I love my husband” or “I don’t love you”. It’s simply “I can’t leave mmy husband”. A very very small step and then the realization of everything he did takes her the rest of the way.

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  2. One of the best climaxes in a romance film. The medley of all the songs from the movie. The flashbacks. I used to revisit this scene all the time, and I really should more often

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  3. The 13 year old and 7 year old had to leave for a soccer game at the start of the dance and it was really hard for them to go. Also, bless the spouse that took them while I stay cozy in PJs on the couch with the 10 year old.

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    • I feel like the 10 year old would totally do this sort of self-sacrificing complicated thing instead of just TELLING PEOPLE how he feels about stuff.

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      • Yes, but that would be because he wouldn’t KNOW how he felt. Oh this kid. He hides his anxiety behind bluff and tries to never DO anything. Kinda like Surinder… hmmm.

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        • When I was in kindergarten, the teacher asked if anyone knew what day of the week it was, and I raised my hand and said “Tuesday” and she said no, that was wrong. So I decided I would never raise my hand and/or speak in class again.

          Somewhere around sophemore year of college I finally stopped that. Your 10 year old and I should be friends! I can tell him how right he is to be afraid of making mistakes or doing something wrong because You Never Know.

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          • Margaret, I am very fond of you, and you are wrong. Making mistakes is okay. Just look at all my typos! However if you can come up with a way to move past the fear of making mistakes, PLEASE let my 10 year old know! (BTW, my second grader still doesn’t have the days of the week down).

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          • This particular thing, I got past by thinking of it from the teacher’s perspective. It makes them happy for me to talk no matter what I say, so who cares? By college/grad school I was talking more than anyone else and all my teachers looooooooooooooved me.

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  4. Couldn’t make the watchalong but loved catching up on the comments this morning 💜
    SUCH a good film, it’s my ultimate comfort flick and that final song is feels beyond any other.
    Thank you for hosting this!

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