Dabangg 3

Ep 48- Best of the Khan Decade

Episode 48 of Khandaan: A Bollywood Podcast brings us back from the holiday hiatus to discuss the Khantastic decade that just ended. We are joined by friends of the podcast as we talk about the bests and worsts, the highlights and low points of the past 10 years, and our hopes for the future.

A big thank you to all our friends and contributors:

A Short Timeline

  • 30 Dabangg3 aka How Salman Broke Asim’s Dil
  • 55 Darbar movie review (note: Amrita has not watched ANYTHING while Sujoy has watched EVERYTHING)
  • 21 Chhapaak movie review and what the film’s lack of success might mean in a larger context
  • 30 Ghost Stories on Netflix
  • 12 Malang and why Amrita is the right audience for this trailer
  • 45 StreetDancer 3D, Varun Dhawan’s career choices and how Asim and Sujoy are always there for him, just call bro!
  • 45 The Best (and Worst) of the Khans 2010-2019

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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 Dad has everything: a wronged and vengeful snake mom, a grubby dad, a lost heir, a damsel beset by zaalim samaaj, intense young love, unique tribal customs, terrible costumes, and a fuzzy timeline that ensures we’re never quite sure when all of this action is taking place.
Co-starring the always delightful Juhi Chawla and a thoroughly awkward Kalpana Iyer as a snake with tragic fashion sense, Tum Mere Ho is a classic for all the best reasons as previously outlined by Pretentious Movie Reviews.
We are joined by ace friend of the blog, Pitu Sultan, who has recently launched a fun new Instagram vlog called KAPOW with Pitu which is also available on YouTube. Subscribe today! (Or just click on the links, the video thumbnails alone are worth your clicks!)
A Short Timeline:
01.15 Asim and Sujoy watched Baahubali at the Royal Albert Hall with a live orchestra and it was magical.
11.50 Channel 4 in the UK has an interesting line up of films for you to watch and top friend Beth is back to give the lowdown on one of the films: Satyajit Ray’s Kapurush.
17.50 Asim can live again as Dabangg 3 gears for release.
23.50 Obviously Asim is a huge Vidyut Jammwal fan and a Pitu tangent about the career of Neil Nitin Mukesh

32.05 The Main Review: Tum Mere Ho

Shownotes:
Details about Channel 4’s Indian Movie Season can be found here
Follow Sujoy’s instagram which also has shots of Baahubali Live at the Royal Albert Hall which can be found here

Find us on Apple Podcasts! and Stitcher! and AudioBoom! and iHeartRadio! and Spotify! and Google Podcasts!

And now you can also listen to us on Hubhopper!

Follow us on Twitter! Like us on Facebook!

You can follow all of us on @AmritaIQ, Sujoy on @9e3k and @asimburney
Sujoy’s instagram which has amazing shots can be found here, we strongly recommend you follow him!