Friday Classics: Jaane Tu….Ya Jaane Na, The Magic of that Moment When You Don’t Quite Know Yet, But You Kind of Do

We were just talking about this in the comments yesterday, how exciting it was to see Imraan when he was first launched.  Which got me thinking about this movie in general, and how good it was, and how strange it is that no one involved in this promising first film really lived up to their promise.  At least, not yet.  There’s always hope!

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Eid Greetings From the 3 Khans

Everyone opted for more of a family party this year.  Which I understand on like a personal level, I also would prefer to celebrate big holidays with just family.  But I resent it on a film news level, because I want more pictures of people in fancy outfits arriving for big parties!  At least to make up for it, all 3 Khans went out for a viewing and photo.

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Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola: a Film with Anoushka as an Inspirational Figure Before Sultan

Now, I should really be talking about Patiala House for this, I know, because it is another movie in which Anushka inspires an athlete (art imitates Life!).  But I think Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola has more of the tone of realism and sort of sweet sadness revolving around loss and the past that I expect from Sultan.  Plus, I kind of suspect Patiala House might be so good, it deserves it’s own post, not just a combined with Sultan post.

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