I finished it! YAAAAAY!!!! Strange sense of accomplishment, finishing a TV serial. Anyway, I did it! And now all of you can watch at your on pace and comment as you go along, and eventually join me here at the finish line.Continue reading
Oooo, fun stuff! Also dumb stuff, as in the characters are acting dumb. But also fun stuff. Oh, and we get to see our heroine without her braid and she does actually seem a little more subdued. I’m telling you, it’s the source of her power!Continue reading
Oooo boy! PLOT! I forgot the Pakistani TV serial rhythm of slow-fast-slow-fast. We were slow during the romance section (pleasant, but slow), and now we are all fast-fast-fast.Continue reading
I did the first two episodes one at a time, but now I am just plowing through. So much happens, and yet also nothing. And somehow now that we have left the village, it all feels a little less important. Anyway, rich people got PROBLEMS! That’s the theme of these episodes. (Heer reviews index here)Continue reading
I loved loved loved Mentalhood, but not many of you watched it largely because of the ALTBalaji subscription. And I continue to love Little Things, but not many of you are watching that, maybe just because it is too lowkey and bland instead of Drama and Romance. So here, Drama and Romance on an easily accessible service! Watch Heer with me on Prime!Continue reading
I am, like, BARELY qualified to write this. I read a couple articles, I did a grad school seminar that discussed Pakistan history, and I’ve seen maybe a half dozen Pakistani films. So really, not a lot of knowledge! Any less and I would refuse to write this at all. I encourage you to go out and learn from others, and to comment and teach me more if you know more, this is just a starting point.Continue reading
Thank you Filmikudhi for suggesting this idea! And the films Bachaana and Cake. I haven’t watched either of them yet, but they look great!Continue reading
Don’t read the SPOILER review! Not if you haven’t watched the movie on Netflix yet. It’s SO GOOD. You should go over there and watch it. And in about half an hour I am reposting the No Spoiler review for you to read and convince you to watch it even more. But for those of you who have already seen it, here is the review all fun and convenient for us to comment on. Also, THANK YOU NETFLIX!!!! Teefa in Trouble is the best Christmas gift of all.
Don’t read the SPOILER review! Not if you have a chance of seeing the movie. There are a lot of delightful twists that are all the more fun for being surprises. Instead, read the no spoiler review here. Oh, and if you want to talk about Ali Zafar as a person, you can do that on my special post on him here.
First, if you want to talk about Ali’s personal issues, jump over to this post. I put it up specially so I could segregate Ali-the-person discussion from Ali-the-actor/director/producer. Separate from that, read this review and not the SPOILER review if you can’t see the movie! It’s a great film with a lot of surprising twists and deserves to be watched with fresh eyes.