Bollywood Weekly is India's first ever podcast dedicated to Bollywood. Every week, we review the latest big theatrical release, and also provide views, opinions and random observations about the latest films, trailers, industry news, digital media and other relevant topics. Thoda funny or light-hearted rakhne ki bhi koshish kartein hain! There is only rule: no gossip, rumors, who’s dating who or any of that! We only focus on the things that matter - the movies themselves.
Host Aditya Pisharody and Satyen Rao descend into the depths of Paatal Lok...and come out the other side immensely satisfied. A slick, intense, gripping crime thriller that is possibly the best show yet out of India's growing OTT boom.
Song remakes, Sidharth Malhotra's career choices, and more (NYC Lockdown Reunion special - Part 2)
Host Aditya Pisharody is joined by Shaaz and Mansha to discuss the AR Rahman 'Masakali' remake controversy, and the whole advent of remakes in general. The panel also discusses how content will evolve in the digital age with new OTT players and other disruptions.
Luka Chuppi (NYC Lockdown Reunion special - Part 1)
(Part 1 of 2) Host Aditya Pisharody is joined by pod veterans Shaaz and Mansha - as they take their mind off lockdowns and coronavirus by watching Luka Chuppi.
WAR ya Pyaar?
Is Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff's WAR actually an ode to love? Host Aditya Pisharody is joined by Satyen and Devika to de-construct the undeniable sexual tension between the two male leads in WAR. With the help of well-executed action sequences and Abbas-Mustan level plot twists, the biggest box office success of 2019 is actually a fun watch.
Om Shanti Om (Classics Special) | BW One-Take
Host Aditya Pisharody tells you why you should watch Om Shanti Om while social distancing - and not K3G for the 216th time.
Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota | BW One-Take
Part 1 - we address our sporadic publishing schedule, and present our plan to make things *a little bit* better by launching a new format.
Part 2 - the glorious surprise that is Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, and why Radhika Madan is the best thing since sliced bread.