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Ep 45: Tum Mere Ho Review, Dabangg 3 and Commando 3 Trailer reactions

Episode 45 of Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast is a blast from the past – specifically, Aamir Khan’s past. Tum Mere Ho (1990), directed by Tahir Hussain a.k.a. The Aamir...

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Extra: WAR, The Family Man and Bard Of Blood

Extra Special: WAR, The Family Man, Bard of Blood Episode 44 of Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast is all about WAR, starring Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff. This departure from...

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“We’re not judging people or interested in vilifying communities” – Raj Nidimoru talks The Family Man

This episode we have a chat with one half of the writer, producer, director duo Raj and DK. You might know their work be it Shor In the city,...

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Ep 43- Dream Girl, Chhichhore and Fan

Episode 43 of Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast is all about FAN (2016). We also discuss the recent movie releases, Chhichore and Dream Girl; new streaming shows Mission Over Mars...

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Ep 42 Sacred Games and Hum Aapke Hain Koun

Episode 42 of Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast is a celebration of 25 years of Hum Aapke Hain Koun…, arguably the most influential film to emerge from Bollywood in the...

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Ep 41- Typewriter Season 1 and Koyla

Episode 41 of Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast is all about 1997’s Koyla, a movie no one, absolutely no one was asking for except for our featured guest, the beloved,...

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Our newest Baby which has taken the world by storm! A bi weekly podcast revisiting the movies of Amir, Salman and Shah Rukh Khan. Every show we pick a random year form 3 decades of collectively 300 films the Khan’s have done. and let our listeners vote which movie we should talk about. Pick a team, make a vote, take us down nostalgia, punish us or make us reassess a movie we dismissed. We love the Khans and we would love for you all to be part of our Khandaan. Because when it comes to the Khans and Bollywood, nothing else really matters!

Behind The Mic

Asim Burney

Asim loves to love movies and he has a thousand inane arguments why you should love the things he loves. Massey to the annoyance of his co-hosts. Won’t miss a Farah Khan, Tarantino or Nolan movies if his live depends on it. (yes, in that order)

Martin Cawley

Martin is a generalist when it comes to movies & almost pathologically wary of any film more than two hours long. Passions include Alfred Hitchcock, James Bond, Akira Kurosawa and 1970s Italian giallos.  Happy watching anything slightly different, recent favourites are Brick, Drive, Colossal and Il Divo.

Sujoy Singha

Sujoy is a nerd at heart, and likes all things geeky – from tech to techno noir. 

Once upon a time, he used to blog, but now deals with the bigger picture of life’s uncertainties – what’s the bloody point, dammit?!

So, Bollywood masala keeps him sane enough to function. He sometimes rants on podcasts, and still manages to space out.

Amrita Rajan

Thanks to Indian piracy, Amrita grew up obsessed with all things cinematic. She’ll watch
anything once, irrespective of language or genre, and she’ll usually have 10 opinions afterward.
As host of the Khandaan podcast, she’s happy to rain on the parade of her co-hosts and
fanboys, Asim and Sujoy, and occasionally join them for a full freakout because this gossip
queen is not made of stone.
In her civilian life, she travels the world and does interesting things. You can also listen to her other podcast about vintage masala moves,
MasalaZindabad!

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