It is exactly an year ago we have started your favorite podcast channel ‘The Tollywood Project’. This episode is bantering about why we have started this Telugu based podcast. Your hosts Sandy and Chaitu talk about what was their dream job back in their childhood and what are they into now after 15 years. Also we had never opened up about why we had to start this channel. You will have answers about it in this episode. It is a memory trip into the last one year of which episode was the best and which episode was challenging to do. Wishing ourselves a very happy birthday!
Oh yes, we know that we have taken quite some time for this episode. Our hosts Chaitu and Sandy are back from their vacation in India and in this episode they rant about IPL cricket and the deadly Game of Thrones. They start off sharing their memories they made back in India during the vacation and with their views on the on-going IPL season 2019. Ones who fear spoilers should keep away from the next segment of their love towards Game of Thrones.
In this episode we talk about the 5 things we are looking forward for our holiday in India this March 2019
Christopher Columbus sailed the Atlantic ocean in 1492. Where did he really intend to go and where did he finally land? Did he really discover today’s USA ? How did the American revolutionary war ignite? Many questions that will be answered in this episode.Also in this Telugu podcast episode our hosts Chaitu and Sandy go back beyond the stone age to discuss how the human beings survived when Neanderthals co-existed along with us
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.