Happy Thursday! It has been A Week, we couldn’t get the lawnmower started and I had to train a new person at work and all kinds of things. And what I really really want is to just relax and watch a nice brainless rom-com this weekend. Luckily, I still have the list from last week that we couldn’t do because no one was available!
Teefa in Trouble
It’s on Netflix, I love it, it’s totally silly and has great songs written by Ali Zafar himself
Dino Ki Dulhania
On Prime, shorter than Teefa, I haven’t seen it, but classic rom-com plot (man hires actress to pretend to be his fiance and fool his Grandma).
Actor in Law
An actor pretends to be a lawyer, and Om Puri is in it!
On vacation in Mauritius, a bubbly young woman gets caught up in trouble and has to rely on a fast talking cab driver to save her (and they fall in love).
Young Fawad Khan is in it
Okay, is anyone available Saturday or Sunday morning? And, if so, which movie do you want to see????
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I can do Sunday!
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Just gonna comment where I can spread the news. I watched Ponniyin Selvan 2 and its amazing and everyone should watch. Personally, as someone who’s not read the book, I enjoyed the second film far more than the first film.
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Thank you! I’m seeing a different movie tonight, but hoping to see PS2 sometime over the weekend.
YES please see it
I’m on vacation in a hotel room with family without decent headphones so I don’t think I can join in. But I saw Bachaana this past week and discovered that the hero divorced his wife to marry the heroine in 2021! So that was fun, though I did not find the movie amazing, it was enjoyable.
Dang it! I think this is going to be two weeks in a row of no watchalong! Stupid summer schedules.
Ugh! I’m sorry I have to miss this week also. On my way to the woods of Canada. But I watched Dino ki Dulhaniya and while the hero wasn’t my favorite (he was tolerable), I loved the grandmother. Pakistani films have the best, most kick ass grandmothers!
Everyone is missing! But that’s okay, gives me time to write my PS2 review.