We know that the title does not make any sense. It is end of the year and it is Holidays time. We are lazy to research a topic and record one on it. So this episode is bantering about topics that Chaitu and Sandy are going through in the last few weeks in their lives. Sandy shares his experiences visiting Paris for the first time. Does it match his expectations of that fairy romantic image it has? Chaitu is on a binge watching mode of Christmas movies on Netflix. He got lot of recommendations for you. He also shares his experiences at cooking noodles at home. Both of them share their ultra complex experience of eating Sushi with chopsticks. Also about their initial days of starting a career at Infosys
Just like the last year, we are coming up with a new episode on the Top 5 Telugu movies of 2019. We will be rating them in four categories –
Please note that this picking is purely from the movies that we have watched in 2019 and purely our opinions. These may not concur with your opinion 😉
Let us know what according to you are the movies falling in these categories.
The new episode will hit all the podcast apps by 21st December!
2018 has been a great year for Telugu cinema. It has seen new age movies becoming successful with audience embracing this change. This year Tollywood has witnessed highly talented debut directors like Rahul Sankrityan of Taxiwala or Maha Venkatesh of Care of Kancharapalem. In this episode Chaitu and Sandy made a list of Top 5 Telugu movies of 2018 in the following four categories: 5 Worst movies, 5 underrated movies, 5 overrated movies and 5 best movies. These are purely personal opinions of our hosts and not a collective opinion of the general audience.
We received an email from a listener asking us to discuss about the various options to work abroad for Indians. Our hosts Sandy and Chaitu being NRIs, they share their experiences on how they started working abroad and what are the various countries in which Indians have good opportunities. Chaitu explains why Canada is the next destination for people trying to make the American dream a reality. They also speak about the advantages of having an exposure to a new work culture and why one should work abroad at-least for sometime
Our hosts discuss about the movie Aravindha Sametha Veera Raghava. They discuss about the good and the bad moments in the movie. Do they think Trivikram is back? Did NTR impress them? Why Thaman was amazing? Nagababu as a factionist “LOL” !?? Check it out yourself
Sandy and Chaitu have so many questions on how come Japanese people are madly in love with Baahubali and Telugu cinema. We have Mr.Tapas and Ms. Marina from Japan joining us for this special episode on the phenomenon of Baahubali in Japan. They reveal many unknown things about the love of Telugu language by Japanese people and how they see Baahubali movie and relate their lives with it.
01:18 – Craze of Baahubali in Japan that our hosts have come across
05:00 – Conversation begins with our guests from Japan
11:10 – How were Tapas and Marina introduced to Indian cinema
14:14 – Why are Japanese madly in love with Baahubali
19:18 – About Professor Keiko Yamada ‘s supervision of Japanese subtitles
23:00 – Why is Baahubali MANGAtic, KABUKItic. What are they?
27:00 – About “ZEKKYO JYOEI” the Screaming screening in Japan
28:50 – Craze of Actor Subbaraju – Kumara Verma
32:53 – Tapas and Marina sing Mahishmathi Anthem for us
38:50 – Tapas explains why Japanese people love Telugu language and Rajamouli
41:40 – Marina talks about Magadheera in Japan
52:00 – Screening of Baahubali in Mito Film Festival
57:05 – Marina plays the court room dialogue from Baahubali 2
01:01:40 – Impression of the VFX in Baahubali
01:13:48 – How are Japanese people drawing inspiration from Baahubali movie
Music bits of Baahubali soundtrack are copyrighted by Lahari Music , T-Series.
This is a very special episode as part of Powerstar Pawan Kalyan ‘s birthday on September 2nd. An honest conversation between two fans of Pawan Kalyan. Chaitu & Sandy explore the sine wave form of situations they face as Pawan Kalyan fans.