I haven’t come close to watching every Tanuja Chandra film, but I find her fascinating as a person and researching this post made me want to watch more of her films. Hopefully it made you feel the same way!Continue reading
It’s Kajol’s birthday! YAAAAAAAAAAY!!!! I LOVE her! Love love love! So I am going to do a full 43 reasons I love her, one for every year she’s been alive. Oh boy! (this is an updated and reposted post from last year)
Yaaaaaaaay, Sanjay! Your first birthday out of jail with no court case hanging over you! That must feel so good! Here are 25 reasons I love you, one for every year between your debut in Rocky and your re-debut in Lago Raho Munna Bhai.
So, yesterday I talked about how Shahrukh’s film Trimurti from the 90s echos the themes in Dilwale (plagiarism? An homage? Laziness? Who’s to say?!?!) (it’s laziness). But Trimurti isn’t the only film that explores concepts which are touched on by Dilwale. Going back into the 90s, we find Dushman, another film in which Kajol fights for her sister, triumphs through violence, and then turns to love.