This is a movie I like more and more as time goes on. It’s happy, it’s loving, and bright colored and cheerful. It’s also completely illogical, but that doesn’t really matter.Continue reading
Thanks to Amitji, I just learned this is “World Theater Day”. Which seems like as good an excuse as any to do a light songs post. So, let’s look at movie songs that take place within a theater!
That sounds bad, just calling him my 4th favorite! But he should be flattered, he comes after Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, AR Rahman, and Vishal-Shekhar. And right before Pritam. And today he is 43, so I get to put up all my favorite songs and reasons I love him! 25 in all, for the age he was when he wrote his first hit song.
I watched Khoobsurat for the 4th time last night (I missed it in theaters, but have seen it 4 times on DVD after a friend told me I HAD to watch it). It’s just as good as it ever was, but it’s also a whole different experience watching it having just seen Neerja. In all sorts of ways.
I saw Prem Ratan Dhan Payo in theaters twice and bought it on DVD the day it came out, but I’ve only watched it 1 and a half times since it left theaters (the half is because my sister already watched the first half while I was at work, and then we watched the end together). But you know, I think I may like it even more on DVD than I did on the big screen.