It’s well into the 21st century, and the question on my mind is not, “Where is my jetpack?” but the much more important, “Just what is this thing we call Bollywood, and can we still call it that anymore?”
Yash Raj films is back to what they do best with an all-singing, all-dancing cast of unknowns, newcomers and enough subtle skews to the formula to please both diehard romcom fans and those looking for a little bit more.
Basu Chatterjee’s 1974 Filmfare award-winner for Best Picture kicks off our 70s Week posts. Vidya Sinha plays a young woman who’s having a bit of trouble deciding on who she wants to spend the rest of her life with (but it doesn’t play out as you would expect).
“It's one of those two, love or revenge, I'm not really sure which one. But it's one of those two that made me throw a cello through somebody's window, so you figure it out.” — Hal Hefner,Rocket Science