2016. India. Dir: Nitesh Tiwari. With Aamir Khan, Fatima Sana Shaikh. 161 min.
A former wrestler challenges the stigmas of his village by training his daughters into world-class brawlers. After all, “a gold medal is a gold medal, whether it’s a boy or a girl.” Deftly combining the sentimentality of Bollywood and the realism of parallel cinema, this sports biopic has won the hearts of millions across the world.
1975. India. Dir: Ramesh Sippy. With Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra. 204 min.
A retired police chief enlists the help of two bandits to defeat a murderous crime lord, unleashing a campy current of action, melodrama, and – of course – musical numbers. At first considered a flop, Sholay has gained so much of a following that it may now be the highest grossing Hindi-language film of all time.
2009. India. Dir: Rajkumar Hirani. With Aamir Khan, Madhavan. 171 min.
Two best buds recall their college hey- days and go on a search for their estranged compatriot, the man who taught them the virtue of thinking for themselves. Among the most popular and highly grossing Bollywood movies of all time, 3 Idiots has it all, from touching romance to the biggest musical numbers in the Eastern Hemisphere.
Come try out to be part of Wesleyan’s one and only women’s Bollywood dance team – WesMalai!
Auditions will be held on Sunday, Oct 11th in Fayerweather 108! We will be holding two SEPARATE audition times: 2-3pm and 3-4pm. You should only attend ONE timeslot. Come ready to move those fabulous hips!
Date: Sunday, October 11th Time: Either 2:00pm – 3:00pm OR 3:00pm – 4:00pm Place: Fayerweather, room 108 Facebook:Event page here
Do you like Indian food? Do you like body art? Looking for both in one place? Anika Amin ’14 has just the event for you:
Your favorite South Asian Culture Club, Shakti, the very one that brought you Samsara and Holi, is back this fall with Henna and Samosas in Olin! Stop by for a while if you like eating free Indian food, listening to Bollywood music, and being drawn on by South Asians.