Tag: bollywood

Movie Review: Tanu Weds Manu (2011)

Tanu Weds Manu has been on my list forever, so I was excited to sit down and watch it. And I didn’t like it. Which is a bummer, both because of my anticipation and because […]

“Inhi Logon Le Leena Dupatta Mera” (Various)

My friend loves Pakeezah, so I thought I’d cover the famous item number from it, “Inhi Logon Le Leena Dupatta Mera.” During the course of research, I found this wonderful article from Scroll.in, “Was the famous ‘Pakeezah’ […]

Movie Review: Stree (2018)

“Why do men feel threatened by women?” I asked a male friend of mine. … “They’re afraid women will laugh at them,” he said. “Undercut their world view.’ … Then I asked some women students […]

Quick Thoughts on Stree (2018)

Longer review to come. I really enjoyed it. I guess I like Rajkummar Rao now. Shraddha Kapoor is so beautiful, I can’t even stand it. My friend came with me and we had this convo […]

Review: Mummy Punjabi (2011)

What is sacrifice when it is encouraged, cultivated, expected? How do you exist in a society that asks you to make yourself so wide that you encompass everything and thus cease to exist as an […]

Review: Kudiyon Ka Hai Zamana (2006)

Kudiyon Ka Hai Zamana celebrates female friendships in all of their messy glory. The film does not explain how the women know each other (three are around the same age, and thus could know each […]

Review: Padosan (1968)

She is framed within her window, that frame then within the window of her neighbor, the neighbor flanked by his friends as well as framed photos of his relatives, all framed by the camera, the […]