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Posted: 3 months ago
#31

Originally posted by: Clochette

Oh, I don't regret Netflix either smiley16

Dev Patel is a good actor and also often, I like the debut movie of a director as it is quite of pouring out something  v e r y  important to the director.

So true. 

Btw, did you know Dev is a huge SRK fan? He did an AMA on Reddit for Monkey Man a while back and confessed his love for SRK. 

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Posted: 3 months ago
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Originally posted by: MaebyFunke

Btw, did you know Dev is a huge SRK fan? He did an AMA on Reddit for Monkey Man a while back and confessed his love for SRK. 

No, I didn't know...it's nice smiley1 (but honestly, my liking would be the same if he wasn't SRK's fan smiley1)...

It had been SRK's acting in the first five movies I had watched and it had been especially Dil Se as the last of the five that made me look SRK up in Google after this watching marathon...it made me then understand why I connected with his acting without knowing anything about him before. That he was such an important star of Hindi Cinema in 2006 couldn't have influenced his effect on me as I only got to know it after the fifth movie with him.

My journey into Hindi Cinema was - for a long time - because of my emotional connection to the acting of other actors/actresses I watched in SRK's movies.

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Posted: 3 months ago
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https://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/2024W14/?ref_=bo_wey_table_5 

1st weekend in North America. $ 10 mill estimate 

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Posted: 3 months ago
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Originally posted by: MaebyFunke

So true. 

Btw, did you know Dev is a huge SRK fan? He did an AMA on Reddit for Monkey Man a while back and confessed his love for SRK. 

He was so articulate too? So refreashing from the vague, open-ended platitudes? He would do well at the BAFTAs and Oscars. And it is needed tbh.

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Posted: 3 months ago
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Shocked!

But I believe democracy ke nanihal mein filmon ki kya zaroorat hai? People do not understand the difference between reel and real after all.

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Posted: 3 months ago
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Originally posted by: Blueeeee

He was so articulate too? So refreashing from the vague, open-ended platitudes? He would do well at the BAFTAs and Oscars. And it is needed tbh.

As a host? Yeah, he would. He did win a BAFTA for Lion and his speech was beautiful. He was overwhelmed but still articulate. My man. 

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Posted: 3 months ago
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Originally posted by: MaebyFunke

As a host? Yeah, he would. He did win a BAFTA for Lion and his speech was beautiful. He was overwhelmed but still articulate. My man. 

No, no. For his directorial. This film, I meant.

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Posted: 3 months ago
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No, no. For his directorial. This film, I meant.

He might. Might even get a Golden Globe. The whites are fawning over the film. 

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Posted: 3 months ago
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Originally posted by: MaebyFunke

He might. Might even get a Golden Globe. The whites are fawning over the film. 

It is very selfish of me but I want more desi directors and less neo-orientalist crap to be prominent in the international market.

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