The Gutter’s own Beth Watkins talks about her favorite Bollywood films and performances of 2015 on One Knight Stand’s “Bollywood Year End Special Podcast.”
At Beth Loves Bollywood, Beth is joined by Carla from Filmi Geek to discuss Gangs of Wasseypur in “Two Bloggers Who Don’t Like Violent Movies Manage To Get Through Gangs Of Wasseypur Three Years Late.” (The Gutter’s own Keith has written about Gangs of Wasseypur at his site, […]
The final four have been selected in the Great Filmi Comedy Uncle Bracket and you still have a chance to vote. Representing Classic Hindi film, Johny Walker takes on Johny Lever, winner of the Hindi Film 1995-2015 bracket. Representing the South, Brahmanandan takes on Wild Card winner Shammi […]
Time Out London shares its list of the 100 best Bollywood films–including selections by friend of the Gutter, Beth Watkins of Beth Loves Bollywood. (See the 10 films she selected and wrote about in the greater list here).
On a Special Beth Loves Bollywood Audio Edition, Beth and the Gutter’s own Carol discuss Mithun Chakraborty’s Gunmaster G9/secret agent films: Surakksha (1979); Wardaat (1981); and Guru (1989). Fights, mad scientists, zombie robots, radio-controlled locusts, the Green Revolution, amazing clubs that look like Nintendo games or that have […]
At Beth Loves Bollywood, Beth watches Sikandar, a 1941 Hindi-language, sword and sandals movie in which Alexander the Great’s army sings these words as they march on Hindustan: “Life exists because of love, so let it be spent in love.”