छोटी सी बात Chhoti Si Baat (1975)
One of the respectable aspects of Basu Chatterjee’s work is his exploration of female relationships that cross the boundaries of mother-daughter, sister-sister and in-law based criteria (which is usually established only on the basis of relating directly back to the male at the center of the story). And so with friendship, Chatterjee dishes out something quite intimate and relaxed, and very true to life. They talk about boys and work and their lives while giggling and making innuendos and being so real.
One of my favorite instances of this female friendship is in Rajnigandha, where Vidya Sinha stays at a married friend’s home while in Mumbai. Their comfort with each other is so palpable and physical and in turn emotionally satisfying to the point that their excursions are more more interesting than the hero-heroine interactions. They lay next to each other in bed, on a sofa, spreading and cementing their comradeship of the middle-class type in every nook and cranny of the film itself.
1:09 am • 28 July 2014 • 325 notes
Pro Tip: Instead of having feelings, try being dead inside. Everything is still horrible but you will not care at all.
9:41 pm • 27 July 2014 • 270,866 notes
Chicken & waffles? Nope, it’s chicken IN waffles! New Frankenfood tonight at 10/9c.
I don’t get it but I want to eat it anyways
9:11 pm • 27 July 2014 • 7,119 notes
when white people get mad or feel uncomfortable when you say “white people” is so funny
8:03 pm • 27 July 2014 • 27 notes
"I think you’re an angel. I think you were sent to be mine and make things better. I think you were put on this earth to save me, like you’re Bonnie and I’m Clyde."
Hick (2011) dir. Derick Martini
7:04 pm • 27 July 2014 • 6,451 notes
Fashion campaign: Lavanya London
Hair: Dar @ Hari’s, Make-up: Annie Shah, Jewellery: Lavanya London
5:46 pm • 27 July 2014 • 308 notes
New throwback bollywood portrait series (part 1/6) featuring actress Sharmila Tagore.
Incredible. That’s my favorite old-is-gold bollywood actress.
5:45 pm • 27 July 2014 • 443 notes