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Ep 76- Hello Brother ft Pitu Sultan

Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast arrives at it’s 76th episode with Sohail Khan’s HELLO BROTHER and Pitu Sultan dancing hand in hand to Chandi ki Daal Par Sone Ka Mor. Released in 1999, Hello Brother was a join Khan family exercise and it shows! From the adolescent fart humor to the weird fetishization of Arbaaz to...

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Ep 75- Abhay 2, Khaali Peeli, Ginny Weds Sunny Trailers and catch up with Pitu Sultan

Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast welcomes back the one, the only Pitu Sultan for our 75th episode! For this landmark episode, this week we discussed: 06.15 The sad demise of SP Balasubramaniam who was the voice of our childhood 16.02 The drama around Deepika Padukone 24 37 That pointless YRF logo exercise 27.35 The KHAALI PEELI...

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Ep 74- Dil Chahta Hai

Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast has taken its time, but we’ve finally arrived at the film that forever changed the Hindi film industry: 2001’s DIL CHAHTA HAI. Farhan Akhtar’s debut feature had a glitzy starcast: Aamir Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Akshaye Khanna, Dimple Kapadia, Preity Zinta, Ayub Khan, Sonali Kulkarni, Suhasini Mulay, and the by-now patented...

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Ep 73- Cargo, Khaali Peeli and Revisiting Mohra

Episode 73 of Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast is part of our new format where we alternate weeks with general topics and our usual deep Khan dives. This week, join us as we discuss: 07.25: Listener’s Mailbag 13.40 Amrita continues her journey into Turkish dramas with SIYAH BEYAZ AŠK while dipping a toe into K-Dramas with...

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Ep 72- Dhoom 3 ft Bollywood Is For Lovers

For Episode 72, Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast concludes it’s two-part discussion with Matt Bowes and Erin Fraser of the amazing Bollywood is for Lovers Podcast with a full fledged review of DHOOM 3: This Time it’s Aamir. Requested by Matt and Erin, 2013’s Dhoom 3 stars Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra and...

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Ep 71- Streaming, Podcasting and Movies with Matt and Erin from @BollywoodPod

Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast kicks off Episode 71 with the first of our two-part discussion with the wonderful Matt Bowes & Erin Fraser of Bollywood is for Lovers Podcast. Join us as we discuss: 6.51 Matt and Erin’s thoughts on GULABO SITABO, the Amitabh Bachchan / Ayushman Khurana project that premiered on Amazon Prime (our...

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Ep 69- Chak De! India

Episode 69 of Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast brings you everyone’s favorite (or is it?) Bollywood sports movie: 2007’s CHAKE DE! INDIA. Directed by Shimit Amin, a less than prolific director of tremendous talent, this underdog Shahrukh Khan starrer surprised everyone by not only succeeding at the box office but also becoming a perennial fan favorite....

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Ep 68- Breathe: Into the Shadows and Dil Bechara

Our very last CoronaCast episode before our return to the regular schedule has us catching up after nearly a month. In the meantime, Sujoy and Amrita collaborated with Beth from Beth Loves Bollywood for the Tolly Folly Podcast  a limited series about the classic Bengali movies of Uttam Kumar and Suchitra Sen. In between all...

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Mini Series: Tolly Folly Ep 3 – Aandhi – Nayak

Tolly Folly, our limited run podcast about Bengali film, anchored by Sujoy, Beth, and Amrita, concludes with this third episode featuring two separate performances by Suchitra Sen in AANDHI and Uttam Kumar in NAYAK. Aandhi (1975) is counted as one of the most successful films helmed by Gulzar and is frequently lauded for the leading...

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Mini Series: Tolly Folly Ep 2 – Saptapadi – Chaowa Pawa

Tolly Folly, our limited run podcast about Bengali film, anchored by Sujoy, Beth, and Amrita, is back for its second episode. Join us as we discuss two vastly different performances that live and die on the basis of the famed Uttam-Suchitra chemistry. First up is Saptapadi (1961), a classic melodrama about individual freedom and culture...

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