Part 1 was all Dimple, and her love story with Rajesh and so on. This brings in the next generation, but I think that is fair, you can’t really understand or appreciate Dimple without understanding her daughter.Continue reading
Happy Monday! I’m traveling today, sort of. My parents and I are moving up to the family lake house for the next two weeks, where internet access is spotty and the view is beautiful. No idea if this will affect posting schedules or not, we will all find out together.Continue reading
Happy Birthday Shilpa! Not a great actress, not a lot of great movies, but very fun in songs. Just makes me happy.Continue reading
This is amazing! Ruth Wilson playing her own grandmother in the story of her grandfather who was both a scoundrel and a brilliant actor, probably where Ruth got it. Anyway, I have to share the story in case you don’t want to watch it and also because it is so fun to imaginary recast in India. And also my brain isn’t working because Sick, and recasting is easy. Also, SPOILERS! Avoid if you like limited BBC historical miniserieses midcentury true stories/Ruth WilsonContinue reading
It’s just SOOOOO GAY!!!! So much gayer than I remembered. Needlessly gay, it’s a fun movie even if you watch it “straight”, and then on top of the regular fun movie, they put in these ridiculous heaping helpings of gayness.Continue reading
Well, this is an interesting little burst of birthdays. Ekta is in here too, but she’s not a professional face person, so I’m not going to mix her in with the rest. But I think it is fair for Dimple, Shilpa, Amrita, and Sonam to all challenge each other.
Yaaaay! A super fun one inspired by Sonam’s Party of the Century wedding earlier this week. Wedding dresses! Combining both the full formal wedding sari, and the fun reception outfits, so we get two sets of dresses to gaze at.
I was looking for movie-to-have-on-in-the-background-while-unpacking, and Netflix reminded me that it has Dus now (for full list of all Indian movies on Netflix, check out accessbollywood.net here; for my opinion and recommendations of Indian movies on Netflix look at my post here). And I am so glad I was reminded! It really is the perfect movie. In a very particular category of movie.
I just watched Azhar, which was terrible, but which also posited that Azhar and Sangeeta was a BIG DEAL because it was the first time Cricket and film had overlapped. To which my reaction was “Oh please!”