Woot, A Gentleman! Such a great Indian-American movie. I am super excited to watch it with y’all.Continue reading
Yes, this is yet another Hollywood-India combo ideas post. Don’t care, it’s hot, I like escaping into my own mind.Continue reading
Yes! We are finally watching A Gentleman! It’s so good. I am so excited to share it with you all. And it’s the perfect 4th of July movie, all American setting and silly.Continue reading
This is going to be a shallow dive. But should still be interesting, even if I just skim the surface of the topic.Continue reading
Opposite! I already asked the reverse question on the morning post, Indian movie for America. Easier in some ways for this crowd I think, not because we know more about India than Hollywood but just because we are used to introducing people to Indian films more.Continue reading
It’s still hot, I’m getting a heat headache, I’m putting up a lazy discussion postContinue reading
Happy Wednesday! Let’s chat! I am in the middle of a massive heat wave and have retreated to my air conditioned bedroom for the day! Keep me company!Continue reading
Woot, American History! The thing I got my undergraduate degree in! Let’s see if I can dust off those skills.Continue reading
Either way, this is going to be a good good week! Two great movies to pick from, and then we can all turn them off and focus on comforting our doggies. 4th of July, terrible weekend for dog owners.Continue reading
Some of these songs, the rest of the movie has America looking terrible. But it only has the punch because you contrast it with the earlier “America is freedom and happiness and I love it here” beginning.Continue reading
Movies set in America? Movies critical of America? Movies with dumb Americans? Anything is possible!Continue reading
This is by no means an exhaustive list, feel free to jump in with your own suggestions. I’m just listing off the first songs that come to mind for me when I think about Indian movies set in America.Continue reading
I know there is a small subset of you that enjoy these little doggie updates, and I am here to serve! Also, my parents just sent me an ADORABLE photo (the last one) and I can’t resist sharing it. Because I have become That Woman.
Happy 5th! I’m right now driving from the vacation house to work directly, which means I have to bring Dog Hazel to work with me. But it’s okay, because all my coworkers are in love with her and my boss is out of town. This is Wednesday Watching a day late, because yesterday was a holiday.
I put this up last week, a wee bit early, but I am reposting it today. Partly because I am off at the vacation house with no internet access and I need something to fill the day, but also because this is a very in depth and comprehensive post and it did not get nearly the views it deserved last week, so I think you should all give it a second look. There is EVERY actor!!! From Sunil Dutt to Suniel Shetty to Aditya Roy Kapur and even Harshwardhan Rane. A whole fireworks display of manly flesh. Oh, and I added in a few more photos even since last Wednesday. Really, it is EPIC. Continue reading
The 4th of July is on a Wednesday this year, so no TGIF. But I couldn’t forgo this post, especially since there are updates to it for this year, so I am putting it up early. And sneaking it out mid-afternoon on a Thursday, hoping that it doesn’t permenantly damage my brand. Whatever, it’s a long week, sometimes you can’t wait until Friday!
Happy 4th of July! I am celebrating by not doing anything and just enjoying having a random day off in the middle of the week. And I am going to have a little song festival of American-themed Indian movie songs. As always with these posts, if I missed one you like, just mention it in the comments! (this is an updated and reposted post from last year)
I was going to do something slightly more highbrow. Indian movie stars with the American flag or something. But then I thought “No! Why overthink it?” And so our theme for this week is a Declaration of Independence….from clothing!
Happy 4th of July! I am celebrating by locking my doors and fervently ignoring the massive celebration going on at the end of my street. It’s just so hot! And crowded and loud and blech! Instead, I am going to have a little song festival of American-themed Indian movie songs. As always with these posts, if I missed one you like, just mention it in the comments!