This week’s episode is filled with tons of goodies! We speak to the amazingly talented Richa Chadha about Fukrey Returns which is the Hindi theater release from last Friday. I do keep mistakenly calling the movie “Fukrey two” which is… Read More »Ep 234: “Parts like these aren’t written for women in India” – Richa Chadha talks Fukrey Returns
We got the chance to speak with Anupama Chopra, Festival Director, 17th Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival With Star India about why these movies and the festival is important, which movies you should watch out for and how they dealt with… Read More »Anupama Chopra Talks Jio Mami Upodcast
Debutante director and lead actress Churni Ganguly’s semi-biographical take on controversial writer Taslima Nasrin is absolutely soul stirring. In Nirbashito (Banished), even though the protagonist has no name, and is always referred to as Lady, or Madam, the resemblance to… Read More »Nirbashito Review LIFF 2015
’tis the season to be Oscar. Asim and Martin take aim and set their sights on Clint Eastwood’s latest target, American Sniper. The most successful war movie of all time has taken America by storm, smashing box office records left,… Read More »American Sniper Review and Oscar Predictions
Bringing together a very promising cast of Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (aka the King Slayer) and actor- writer- director Nic Cassavetes, The Other Woman might just be one of those movies that rises above the… Read More »The Other Woman: An Unlikely Trio featurette
Here’s the new poster and a first trailer for Jackass’ spin off movie Bad Grandpa, starring Jonny Knoxville as Irving Zisman. Maybe not the most popular of Jackass characters and certainly not my favourite, but they seem to have mixed… Read More »Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa Poster and trailer
Basically looking like Die Hard in the White House, Antoine Fuqua’s next starring Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart looks kinda fun. He’s not a director I anxiously await a next release but when I do stumble across his movies, they… Read More »Olympus Has Fallen: New Clips, Trailer and Behind the Scene Featurette
Upod goes flying for its next podcast; a one-off special with guest reviewer Reena Mumbai, aka Mumbai Mango from twomanoges.com or @r2the from twitter (you can also catch her on her blog at Reena.Me) Unfortunately, this episode comes with a… Read More »Ep 40 Pan Am TV Show Bonus Episode
Force is this week’s big Hindi release and we had a chance to have a conversation with Vidyut Jamwal, the surprise package and debutant villain pitted against a very buffed up John Abraham, in the remake of South Indian Kaakha… Read More »Ep 37 Vidyut Jamwal Interview Exclusive – playing the villain in Force
Episode 27 of Upodcast is indeed a true geek feast ladies and gentlemen. In fact there was too much for the three of us so we brought in occasional guest “Loops” (aka Louis Francois) to ably assist us in our… Read More »EP 27 X Men First Class, E3, WiiU, Hangover 2, Green Lantern Emerald Knights, Priest
So it seemsÂ Yemrika (the evilÂ twin of America)Â has decided that desis need to start laughing with/at themselves and to aid poor brown people develop a sense of humour there is a new show on it’s way called Outsourced. Is this new NBC-show, programmed for their Fall line-up, supposed to beÂ funny or just plain offensive, check out the clip after the jump!
Twilight be Damned! This week Upodcast goes backÂ to Sweden and tackles the Vampire movie Let the Right One In andwe discuss its forthcoming American remake “Let Me In” directed by Matt Reeves of Cloverfield fame and Chloe Moretz (Hit Girl). We have a spoiler free discussion on Chritopher Nolan’s latest masterpiece (or is it?) Inception and the latest version of The Karate Kid starring Jaden Pinkett-Smith and Jackie Chan. In Geek News we discuss Nokia‘s comeback woes, New car technology coming towards us (if your’re rich that is) and the announced line up the much awaited Avengers-movie at Comic-Con. Check out the full show after the Jump!
Oscar winner and all round amazing actress Marion Cottillard introduces a new tool for women to be successful and be taken seriously in an office environment with the guys from FunnyorDie.
Maybe not suitable for everyone but still pretty hilarious. And I follow the general rule of thumb in life… The more Cotillard, the better.
Check out the clip here!
My Name is Khan… and I’m not a terrorist. A line spoken many times in this movie by Indian Superstar Shahrukh Khan, playing a good hearted Muslim man suffering from Asperger’s Syndrome, resonated with me in a very strong way.… Read More »FilmBlog: Review My Name Is Khan
ANother Friday, another chance for American TV to get it in the neck from me… This time and with due consideration that this is a bit like shooting fish in a barrel I have chosen two and a half men.… Read More »Friday rant part three: Two and a half men