On this week's feud, Vikram and Vidur assume the avatars of Jai and Veeru respectively to feud one of the biggest Bollywood films of all time - Sholay. The difference is that instead of Jai’s trick coin, they use the impartial Film Feud coin. And instead of being BFF outlaws who take on a revenge mission in a small village where they both find love, they simply sit in a studio and feud.
They realize they both have reverence for iconic dialogues and commend how the comedian Asrani has aged. Things heat up when Dharmendra is compared to Arnold Schwarzenegger and Asrani is compared to Charlie Chaplin. Vikram points out that the given name for the genre is curry western not spaghetti western. Vidur points out all the progressive and feminist choices in the movie. They discuss recreating the song Yeh Dosti as soon as they can get their hands on a motorcycle with a sidecar.
An iconic genre-blending masterpiece or an cliche filled tonally inconsistent potboiler? They feud, you decide! Tweet to Film Feud @filmfeudpod and let them know who you think won and what points you would have raised during the feud.