Bollywood's Enfant Terrible, Anurag Kashyap

Jan 16, 2016, 05:16 AM

In this episode we discuss the three most recent films from Bollywood auteur Anurag Kashyap.

Show Notes:

Check out our interviews with Metro Edmonton and CBC's Edmonton AM Big thanks to Vinay B for his review and insight The 61st Filmfare Awards Unfortunately Bajirao Mastani hasn't overtaken Dilwale, at least not at the international box office Take a drink every time Erin says "phenomenal" Split Screen's 2016 Bollywood preview Anurag Kashyap, Bollywood Auteur and real downer Filmography rundown Anurag Kashyap vs. the Indian Censors MST3K aside; Girl in Gold Boots and "Creepy Girl" Vittorio De Sica and Bicycle Thieves Gangs Of Wasseypur (2012) Runs 319 minutes, was split into two parts for theatres and has been split into eight for Netflix Matt's secret desire to be a gangster Translating for impact

INTERVAL (”Kaala Rey” from Gangs Of Wasseypur)

Ugly (2013) Anti-smoking warnings in Indian cinema Everyone is corrupt, the city itself is diseased  Bombay Velvet (2015)  A huge flop This movie is made specifically to appeal to our sensibilities Influenced by James Ellroy and 30s gangster films Lounge singing, bootlegging, queer subtext, and street fighting It only took us 10 episodes to make a Ghandi in Clone High reference Bombay Velvet's award-winning special effects

NEXT TIME: Devin Bruce joins us to discuss Vishal Bhardwaj’s Omkara and Haider

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