This week the World Tour carries Alex and Jonathan to India and the world’s largest combined film market where we look at the Kollywood film Mughal-E-Azam (1960), the Bollywood film My Name is Khan (2010), and the Tollywood film Baahubali: The Beginning (2015). We talk the history and scope of Indian cinema, film rhetoric turned up to 11, and what Hollywood can learn from mainstream Indian film.
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Skip to: Mughal-E-Azam (13:54), My Name is Khan (33:19), Baahubali: The Beginning (51:34), Overall (1:12:54), Coming Attractions (1:24:53)
Resources referenced in this episode:
- A Study in Scarlet
- The Baahubali Music Video Playlist
- Sholay (1975)
- Further watching suggestions on Netflix:
- Alex on Twitter: @AlexGeringer
- Jonathan on Twitter: @JSSatchell
Next stop, Japan!
We’ve spent time in Japan before with Akira Kurosawa, but this time we’ll be expanding our experience with: