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Do I Like It?

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In life, things happen. And even if nothing happens, that’s something happening. So, on this show, we talk about things that happen. We get an esteemed panel of highly jobless people to answer the milliondollar question: Do I Like It  Now ‘It’ can be a movie, a song, a gadget, or the latest viral trend. But the question remains the same. So, if you like listening to people talk about things, tune in, and we’ll tell you: Do I Like It 

  • Connect Review: Engaging Thriller But Low on Emotional Connect
    6 min 38 sec

    Connect is a horrordrama switching swiftly between fear and faith. This Nayantharastarrer will leave you wanting to take the first step to healing from personal losses. But does the film connect with the audience as deeply as it intends toFind out in this review by Soundarya Athimuthu.

  • TVF Pitchers Season 2 Review: Worth the 7-Year Wait???
    12 min 13 sec

    In the first season of TVFs hit web show, the gang had to fight their inner demons, sacrifice family, relationships, etc. But now, they’re in the ruthless world of startups. They have 24 employees to take care of. And this is what I feel is Season 2’s biggest strength. Just like their app Pragati.AI, the writers pivoted at the right time to make a feelgood show more mature, realistic, and murky.  In this episode of Do I Like It, Prateek Lidhoo reviews the second season of TVF Pitchers, starring Naveen Kasturia, Arunabh Kumar, and Abhay Mahajan.

  • Cirkus Movie Review: Rohit Shetty's Worst Film?
    6 min 44 sec

    Cirkus, directed by Rohit Shetty is tackling an intriguing concept – the stigma surrounding adoption and the outdated idea of ‘lineage’ or apna khoon one’s own blood – but it’s relegated to a few preachy dialogues spoken directly to the audience and then to the characters. Tune in to listen to Pratikshya Mishras review of Cirkus. 

  • Almost Pyaar with DJ Mohabbat Album Review: Magic of Manmarziyan, Again?
    10 min 14 sec

    Anurag Kashyap and Amit Trivedi together Now thats a duo that has given us some of the most unforgettable, revolutionary Bollywood music. And with their new album, Almost Pyaar with DJ Mohabbat, we expected a lot of bangers. Did they deliver Find out in this review by Prateek Lidhoo on Do I Like ItCredits:Host and Producer: Prateek LidhooEditor: Anjali PalodExecutive Producers: Shelly Walia and Ritu KapurBackground Music: BMG Production

  • Taaza Khabar: Excited To See Where Bhuvan Goes From Here
    10 min 46 sec

    Tara Kharar is a Bhuvan Bamstarrer original series from Hotstar. The Youtuber and musician turned actor has also written the screenplay and produced the series. After getting a glimpse of his acting chops in the short film Plus Minus and Dhindora, this series promises a unique character for Bam which gives him a chance to prove his versatility and skills as a serious actor. Does he manage to do thatTo find out, tune into this review by Pratikshya Mishra 

  • Trial By Fire Review: A Moving, Infuriating Watch
    8 min

    Trial by Fire, directed by Prashant Nair, starring Abhay Deol and Rajshri Deshpande is a sevenpart Netflix series based on the Uphaar Cinema tragedy of 1997. It is a gripping story, where episode after episode you feel deeply for the characters and experience their pain and anger.Tune into the full review by Somya Lakhani, who has been reporting on the fire tragedy since 2016. 

  • Alone Review: Expected Much More From a Mohanlal Film
    4 min 7 sec

    For the Mohanlal fan inside me, Alone promised a great watch with the Malayali superstar occupying the screen for most of its runtime. But weird frames, sloppy writing and a inyourface screenplay made this film a pure disappointment. Tune in to listen to my full review. 

  • Almost Pyaar With DJ Mohabbat Review: Boomers Will Hate This Film
    15 min 6 sec

    Anurag Kashyap has claimed in all the interviews that this is a GenZ film. After a banging album by Amit Trivedi and Shellee, the Alaya F and Karan Mehta starter releases in theatres. Was the 50yearold filmmaker able to explore the complex nuances of young love Tune in to find out

  • Faraaz Movie Review: Heartbreaking, But Could Have Been A Lot Better
    8 min 25 sec

    Faraaz, directed by Mehta and written by Ritesh Shah, Kashyap Kapoor, and Raghav Raj Kakker, tells the story of the 2016 attack on the Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka, Bangladesh.Tune into this episode of Do I Like It, where Somya Lakhani tells us about the film, its politics, and how it treats the Good Muslim vs. Bad Muslim debate.

  • Fursat Review: Can an iPhone Limit Vishal Bharadwaj's Vision?
    14 min 4 sec

    What happens when you strip away all the elaborate setups and big cameras from a filmWhat happens when you restrict a filmmaker in his prime to an iPhone camera Fursat is one such experiment where celebrated director Vishal Bharadwaj shot an entire short film on an IPhone 14 Pro. Starring Ishaan Khattar and Wamiqa Gabb, and cinematography by Swapnil Sonawane the film gives a glimpse of restrictions can sometimes get the best out of a filmmaker. However, its not all perfect. To find out, tune into my review 

  • Sairat, Masaan, 96, and Other Valentine's Day Recommendations
    16 min 55 sec

    February is the month of love. And love in Indian cinema comes in various shades. Sometimes, it is a story of two destined lovers and their struggle against the realities of the world. Sometimes, its a simple boy meets girl romantic comedy. And sometimes, its a tragedy of two people whose love could never find fulfillment. Whatever form these films take, they help us understand love through different lenses and appreciate all the ways it manifests in our lives.So, in this episode of Do I Like It, I talk about some of my favorite romcom, tragedies, political, feelgood, and bittersweet love stories.

  • Emojis Vol. 1 Review: Where was this Fotty Seven All this While?
    11 min

    In this episode of Do I Like It, I talk about Emojis Vol. 1 by Fotty Seven. Fotty Seven, who is a Gurgaon based rapper, attempted to display the 5 stages of grief with his latest project, and partially succeeded. While the rapper’s personal strength lies in his oneliners, is it enough to justify a full projectCan Fotty Seven shed the baggage of his previous bangers like Haan Bhai and Galat Launde, and come up with a new sound Will he be forever stuck in the Tere bhai ka naam kya hai style of rap Tune in to find out

  • Tu Jhoothi Main Makkar Review: Better Chemistry Than Ranbir-Alia
    8 min 49 sec

    I am not a Ranbir Kapoor fan. Im very far from it. So, my motivation to watch Tu Jhoothi Main Makkar, was solely to come on the mic and diss Ranbir Kapoor. But, the film did surprise me a bit. Being a signature Luv Ranjan film, it had its faults but also a messaging for a change. To know more about what I liked, disliked and barely sat through, tune into this review. 

  • The Last of Us Review: Nearest to Perfect Show I've Ever Seen
    10 min 22 sec

    The Last of Us, is a HBO production, which is adapted from the video game of the same name. Set in a postapocalyptic world, creators Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann explore human relationships, their importance and fragility. Everything from the colour palette to cinematography to acting performances will keep you gripped to the plot. To find out why Verda Subway describes it as a mustwatch, tune in

  • Zwigato Review: Plight at the End of the Tunnel
    6 min 49 sec

    In this episode of Do I Like It, we review Zwigato, and no, this is not a new food delivery app instead a portrayal of the life of a gig worker directed by Nandita Das. Das does an excellent job by using the medium of a food delivery worker to display multiple disparities and prejudices in society regarding gender, caste, and income.At the same time, it’s refreshing to see Kapil Sharma, a celebrated Indian comic, take on the serious role of a father struggling to make ends meet. Overall, the film moves you and reminds you of the trials and tribulations in the life of a delivery driver, who is more than often overlooked as a rightful member of our society.Tune in for the full review

  • Phone Bhoot Review: It is Not Not Entertaining
    5 min 54 sec

    Very clearly inspired by the Ghostbusters from Hollywood, Phone Booth is a true desi film, ripe with references to the actors, Hindi films at large and even advertisements. It wont give you much to take away when you leave the theatre but will keep you entertained for its runtime, for sure. Tune in to listen to the full review by Pratikshya Mishra.  

  • EndaVishesham Album Review: I Want Rebel 7 to get Uncomfortable
    9 min 40 sec

    Rebel 7 is a rapper, producer, and mix engineer based out of Delhi. EndaVishesham is his first studio album after being signed to Azadi Records.He is a master of a style of music I call Dilli ka Masculine Music. Does this album match up to his usual workTune in to listen to Prateeks review of EndaVishesham.

  • Daman Film Review: Proud That This is Coming From Odia Cinema
    8 min 29 sec

    Daman, a film inspired by true events, starring Babushaan and Dipanwit Dashmohapatra in lead roles, is a biographical social drama in Odia. DAMaN is actually an acronym for Durgama Anchala re Malaria Nirakarana a measure by the government to deal with the unprecedented rise in malaria cases in a village in Orissa.Tune into this review by Pratikshya Mishra to find out, Do They Like It 

  • Bhediya Film Review: Not Logical, but Very Entertaining
    9 min 53 sec

    Bhediya, directed by Amar Kaushik, is the third installment of Dinesh Vijan’s horror universe of horror comedies with a message. After Stree and Roohi, Vijan now pulls focus to the ageold nature vs development debate, set in the town of Ziro Lower Subansiri district in Arunachal Pradesh.Tune in to Pratikshya Mishras review of the film. 

  • Gold Review: Quirky But Lacks The Punch
    6 min 15 sec

    Alphonse Puthren’s classic Malayalam hit Premam, starring Nivin Pauly and Sai Pallavi was released seven years ago. So expectations were high for Gold. With recurring cinematic themes, quirky characters, outofthebox edits, and interesting visual storytelling, the Alphonse Putherantouch is quite evident in Gold.Was the film worth the hype Tune in to find out

  • Trailer: Do I Like It?

    In life, things happen. And even if nothing happens, that’s something happening. So, on this show, we talk about things that happen. We get an esteemed panel of highly jobless people to answer the milliondollar question: Do I Like ItNow ‘It’ can be a movie, a song, a gadget, or the latest viral trend. But the question remains the same. So, if you like listening to people talk about things, tune in, and we’ll tell you: Do I Like It 

  • Jamtara Season 2: Higher Stakes, More Sinister But Lacks the Same Charm
    6 min 51 sec

    Jamtara is back with another season of scams within scams, stellar performances, and a gripping storyline. In this episode of Do I Like It, host Pratikshya Mishra will tell you how the shows season 2 fares and does she like it.Jamtara season 2 is streaming on Netflix.Credits:Executive Produced by Shelly Walia and Ritu Kapur. Produced and Edited by Anjali PalodWritten by Pratikshya MishraTheme Music from BMG Productions and Netflix  

  • Naane Varuven: A Deep Dark World of Human Emotions
    6 min 37 sec

    In this episode of Do I Like It, Soundarya Athimuthu tells us what she liked in Selvaraghavans Naane Varuven, starring Dhanush.

  • Vikram Vedha: Same Film with a Different Soul
    10 min 18 sec

    PushkarGayathris Vikram Vedha is inspired by the Indian folklore Baital Pachisi. Vikram Saif Ali Khan, an upright and brave police officer, must find his way out through the maze of riddles and questions that Vedha Hritik Roshan, a dreaded criminal, throws his way.In this episode of Do I LIke It, Pratikshya tells us if the film holds up to the original 2017 Tamil film by the same directors.Credits:Executive Producer Shelly Walia and Ritu KapurProducer and Editor Anjali PalodWriter and Host Pratikshya MishraMusic from the film Vikram VedhaTheme Music from BMG Production Music

  • Don't Worry Darling: It's Gripping But I'm Still Worried, Darling
    8 min 29 sec

    Olivia Wildes Dont Worry Darling had been creating buzz long before its promotions even begun. With multiple controversies, and this being Harry Styles acting debut, the film was in the public eye for a while. Set in a picturesque neighbourhood in the 50s, Dont Worry Darling is the story of what happens when Alice, played by Florence Pugh, discovers a bigger sinister plan thats running their lives. Tune in to find out, Do I Like It 

  • Goodbye: I Cried, But Only Because I Love My Mom
    9 min 46 sec

    Goodbye is Vikas Bahls latest release with Amitabh Bachchan and Rashmika Mandanna in lead roles. The story revolves around a family dealing with the loss of a member, Gayatri, played by Neena Gupta. The traditions and superstitions that follow annoy the children, especially Tara, played by Rashmika. To find out if I like it, tune in 

  • Maja Ma: Tackles A Lot Of Questions But Lacks Maturity
    11 min 44 sec

    Maja Ma tells the story of Pallavi Madhuri Dixit, a woman who is a mother of two, and she must grapple with being outed while trying to come in terms with her sexuality. From performances, to the messaging, to representation, host Pratikshya Mishra talks about everything in this episode of Do I Like It. Tune in

  • Rorschach: An Immersive Film That Commands Your Attention
    8 min 27 sec

    The story of Rorschach unfolds in a rustic rural backdrop revolving around a foreignreturned Luke Antony Mammootty. If you stick along with patience, Rorschach lets you experience the joy of connecting the dots at your own terms.Tune in to listen to Soundarya Athimuthus full review of Rorschach 

  • Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan Review: Stop It Bhaijaan!
    7 min 50 sec

    At one point, when a character hears that humans are called ‘homo erectus’, he says of three men in the film, “How can they be homo They have girlfriends.” By the time this “joke” makes it to Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, I had already checked out. Or in the film’s words, hum switch off ho gaye the. Listen till the end for the full review 

  • Apocalypse EP Review: Naezy is Struggling, But It Works
    14 min 1 sec

    In this episode of Do I Like It, I talk about Naezys latest Eid offering, Apocalypse. After struggling with his music and his faith for years, Naezy seems to have lost the Top 5 Desi Hip Hop artists spot that he once held. Will this project help him retain his lost glory Can Naezy keep up with DHH superstars like Divine and Emiway And should the music of struggling artists be limited to beats and rhymes, tune in to find out 

  • Ponniyin Selvan 2 Review: Grandeur Without Spectacle
    16 min 18 sec

    When I stepped into the theatre to watch Mani Ratnams adaptation of Kalkis Ponniyin Selvan, I was scared that Id get disappointed. Cuz Im like a Gangs of Wasseypur 1 over 2, and Baahubali 1 over 2 kind of a person. Im usually disappointed with the second part. But this one pleasantly surprised me.Be it the score by AR Rahman, Aishwaryas enchanting performance, or some of the most inventive cinematography by Ravi Varman, everything worked in tandem to make this epic world of The Cholas alive.Even with lackluster action sequences, the film holds up because of its humane conflicts and the strong interpersonal dynamic between characters. Tune in for my full review.

  • The Song of Scorpions Review: Ethereal Music and Cinematography Can Stun You Into Silence
    8 min 6 sec

    Anup Singh’s The Song of Scorpions might be Irrfan’s last release in India but it would be unfair to label it a purely Irrfan film because a lot of the film’s spirit comes from Iranian actor Golshifteh Farahani. The film centers a legend of ‘scorpion singers’ – tribal women whose voices can counter even the deadliest of poisons here, a scorpion’s. Tune in for the full review 

  • Mood Kharaab Review: Biswa Delivers the Perfect Form of Political Comedy
    10 min 13 sec

    Usually, Biswa and political jokes would rarely appear in the same sentence. But, with his new comedy special titled Mood Kharaab, streaming on Amazon Prime Video, Biswa has cracked the perfect way of performing political comedy.He talks about parental relationships, schools, masculinity, the meta verse and much more. Tune into this review to find out more

  • Amar Colony Review: Such a Real and Raw Film
    5 min 39 sec

    Amar Colony is a 2022 film directed by Siddharth Chauhan. It premiered last year at the Tallinn Black Nights’ Film Festival where it won the Special Jury Prize. It revolves around the lives of three families living in a dilapidated building in Shimla and deals with themes of loneliness, confinement, and sexual repression.Tune in for the full review

  • A Trip to Infinity: Changes the Way You Think
    5 min 29 sec

    What is infinity The film tries to answer this question. A Trip to Infinity gets some really intelligent people, mathematicians, and physicists, and they talk about what infinity means to them. Now if you’re a nerd like our host Prateek, that’s exactly the kind of stuff you want to watch. And even if you’re not, it’s really fascinating if you think about it like that.  Credits:Executive Producer Shelly Walia and Ritu KapurWriter, Host and Editor Prateek LidhooProducer Anjali PalodMusic from NetflixTheme Music from BMG Production Music

  • Blonde: A Good Film with Problematic Messaging
    6 min 56 sec

    I’m a sucker for biopics. Theres just something about watching an iconic real story come to life on screen. Also, I love stories of broken people. Naturally, Andrew Dominick’s Blonde was on my watchlist for sure.From Ana de Armas performance as Marilyn Monroe, the portrayal of Norma Jeane to the filmography, there is a lot to look at. So, Do I Like It Tune in to find out

  • Ponniyin Selvan 1: The Film, The Buzz, and The Controversy
    11 min 17 sec

    Recently, filmmaker Vetrimaaran questioned the depiction of Raja Raja Cholan as a Hindu king. It soon lead to a controversy with some sections, especially politicians and public figures close to the Bharatiya Janata Party, calling the emperor a Hindu. Others, including actor and politician Kamal Haasan, actorpolitician Karunas, filmmakerturnedpolitician Seeman, and Congress MP S Jothimani, called him a Shaivite Dravidian ruler.In this episode of Do I Like It, Soundarya tells us what she thinks of the film ten days after its release. She also spoke to spoke to historians to set the record straight. 

  • Kantara: The Brahmastra we Deserved, but Didn't Get
    9 min

    Following massive demand, Rishab Shettys Kantara is getting rereleased panIndia in multiple languages. Heres my review of the film. As an atheist, I really like films about God and belief in the supernatural. I might not personally believe in it, but I really love the passion that some people have for their creator. Its almost as if, for that small duration, I can sense this connection to a higher power. It’s a magical feeling when done right. And boy did this film do it right.In this episode of Do I Like It, I tell you if I liked Rishab Shettys Kantara. Spoiler Alert: I REALLY LOVED IT

  • 'Doctor G': Finally Women Are Doing the Preaching
    11 min 13 sec

    Doctor G, directed by Anubhuti Kashyap, starring Ayushmann Khurana, Rakul Preet Singh and Shefali Shah, explores the journey of a male student of gynaecology. The films entire messaging though, is pretty surface level. It is an important film but the execution let me down. Tune in to listen to the full review

  • Modi Ji Ki Beti: More Than Just A Slapstick Comedy?
    7 min 40 sec

    I don’t want to go very deep into the specifics of it, because honestly, there was nothing even mildly exciting going for in the film. It is a glorified YouTube sketch. But also, I’m not one to just trash a film totally.Clearly, some effort has gone into the shots and locations etc. So let’s just scratch the review for now and talk about freedom of speech.

  • Barbie Trailer Review: Ready for Margot Robbie's Rendition
    9 min 11 sec

    On this episode of Do I Like It, we review the new Barbie trailer starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling. While the trailer really entrenches into the history of Barbie, there are some major Easter eggs referencing ‘The Wizard of Oz’, 2001: A Space Oddyssy, and more.Is that a hint as to the plot of the film There’s only one way to find out While Greta Gerwig or META Gerwig does her magic, don’t forget to tune into the full review to hear more

  • Afwaah Movie Review: One Rumor Is Dangerous!
    9 min 1 sec

    I am not a film critic who goes around reviewing movies. But this film by Sudhir Mishra had a huge impact on me and I had to talk about it. Afwaah, starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Bhoomi Pednekar talks about how one rumor can change peoples lives. In a society that has stopped doing its own research, one online forward can get you lynched. And this monster is caste and religion agnostic. It can get anyone. Even the people who spread it. Tune in to this episode to listen to my thoughts. 

  • Jaggi Review: I Wish This Film Were Never Made
    6 min 16 sec

    Jaggi is a 2021 Punjabi film, which after winning accolades at several international festivals, screened at the 15th edition of the Habitat Film Festival on Sunday, 7 May.It tells the story of Jaggi, a boy in his twenties who lives in Punjab. Grappling with impotency and the stigma, harassment and ridicule it comes with, Jaggis story is raw, touching and unnerving. Tune in to listen to the full review

  • The 5 Most Underrated Films (and Shows) of 2022
    14 min 5 sec

    2022 is coming to an end, and everyone is sharing their top 10 lists with you. So I thought, why should I stop. This year I saw a bunch of films and shows, and in this episode of Do I Like It, I will tell you my picks for the 5 most underrated films and shows of the year.Now, before I begin, I have the following criteria for calling a film underrated:1. I should have liked the film, duh2. If I ask a general film viewer, I can be sure that they wouldnt have watched the film/show.There needs to be an element of discovery in this list. So, superwellknown films like RRR, Kantara and Brahmāstra are disqualified. So are sleeper hits like Love Today and Darlings. Now, lets jump right in.

  • Vir Das Landing Review: Funniest When He Talks About Himself
    7 min 27 sec

    After drawing a lot of flak for his poem, Two Indias and an Emmy nomination for his special, Vir Das: For India, the standup comedian is back with his latest special, Vir Das: Landing. It’s fitting that the special is named that because it seems like the comedian has landed after a period of turbulence. In that sense, Landing is earnest.Tune in to this episode for the full review by Pratikshya Mishra 

  • Happy Birthday AR Rahman: 5 Hidden Gems by the Maestro for Your Playlist
    11 min 23 sec

    AR Rahman is without a doubt one of the greatest musicians our country has produced. With albums like Slumdog Millionaire which won him an Oscar by the way, Bombay, Rockstar, and many others to his name, you mustve heard many of his popular songs on repeat. But, theres always more to discover with artists like him. So, here I am with 5 AR Rahman songs that deserve more appreciation. Tune in and tell us how many you remember.

  • Did You Know These Hindi Songs Were Composed by MM Keeravani?
    10 min 21 sec

    I woke up to the news of Naatu Naatu winning a Golden Globe for best Original Song. As MM Keeravani, the music director of RRR walked up to pick his award, the auditorium erupted to the anthem.He has been working in films since 1990, but its a pity that he still remains a lesserknown figure in the Indian Music Industry.But actually, many of our favourite Hindi songs were composed by MM Keeravani. So, in this episode of Do I Like It, lets take a look at some tunes hes responsible for.

  • Mission Majnu Review: High Stakes But Lacks An Emotional Core
    8 min

    Comparisons to Meghana Gulzars Raazi were inevitable for Mission Majnu, starring Siddharth Malhotra and Rashmika Mandanna. However, the film does not manage to get close to the Alia Bhattstarrer.It starts out with high stakes for the undercover spy, but lacks the depth and emotional core to pull off a realistic portrayal. Tune into the full review by Pratikshya Mishra

  • Bas Kar Bassi Review: I Was Disappointed at First, But Then....
    13 min 30 sec

    Anubhav Singh Bassi has been a fanfavorite comedian, especially in school and college groups with his few YouTube videos. Bas Kar Bassi is his muchanticipated fulllength special, which has been in the works for some time.So the question is clear, was he able to hold his ground as a comedian with enough substance to entertain his audience for over an hour and a half To find out, tune into this episode of Do I Like It

  • Ved Review: A Great Watch But Disappointing Story
    7 min 45 sec

    Ved is Ritesh Deshmukhs directorial debut and Genelia Deshmukhs debut into Marathi cinema as an actress. So, the hype around this movie touted it as the biggest Marathi film of the year.With some great cinematography and music by some of the best in the industry, Ved is a visual treat. So, whats not to like Tune into this review to find out. 

  • Michael Review: Is Ranjit Jeyakodi’s New Film Worth the Hype?
    5 min 18 sec

    Presented by Vikram fame Lokesh Kanagaraj, Michael is directed by Ranjit Jeyakodi and set in the streets of Mumbai. The story revolves around Michael Sundeep Kishan, an orphaned kid who raises himself against all odds to become a gangster.Tune in for Soundarya Athimuthus full review

  • Thunivu Review: Thala Ajith Shines In His Rustic Gangster Look
    5 min 16 sec

    Any bank heist thriller calls for an adrenaline rush, and Thunivu was no exception. The anticipation around the Ajith Kumarstarrer was nothing short of a firecracker. The movie came to the theatres in January this year, and is now streaming on OTT platform, Netflix. Tune into Soundarya Athimuthus full review

  • Shotgun Wedding Review: J-Lo Proves That She is a Jack of All Trades
    4 min 31 sec

    Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel come together on the screen as Darcy and Tom in this actionpacked romantic comedy. The plot follows what happens when the the couple decides to bring their families together for their destination wedding and pirates show up.Its a really light watch but in a good and a terrible way. Tune in for the full review by Verda Subzwari. 

  • The Romantics Review: The Father-Son Duo That Changed Indian Cinema
    9 min 35 sec

    The Romantics is an ode to YRF but more than that, it is a love letter to Indian cinema. Smriti Mundhra’s series puts a spotlight on how Yash Chopra and Aditya Chopra came to make the films that they did which became irreplaceable parts of Indian cinema’s legacy in itself. Tune into full review by Pratikshya Mishra

  • Holi Re Rasiya Review: Maithili Shines Among Seedhe Maut & Ravi Kishan
    11 min 43 sec

    Coke Studio Bharats second release Holi Re Rasiya features Maithili Thakur, Ravi Kishan, and Seedhe Maut. Right in time for Holi, the song is an energetic one. Combining such different forms and styles of music in a single song is not an easy task. But its not perfect in its entirety. Tune in to find out 

  • Selfiee Review: Fun for the Audience, Not so Much for a Critic
    7 min 22 sec

    Raj Mehta’s Selfiee is a remake of the Malayalam release Driving Licence, which pits two unlikely adversaries against each other. Starring Akshay Kumar and Emraan Hashmi in lead roles, its a commentary on celebrities relationships with their fans. With this film, Kumar is reclaiming his comedyaction roots with his brilliant comedic timing on the screen. Tune in to listen to the full review

  • Gulmohar Review: Anti-Hero to Hum Saath Saath Hain
    8 min 13 sec

    Packed with a phenomenal cast including Sharmila Tagore, Manoj Bajpayee and Simran, Gulmohar can be described as an antihero to Hum Saath Saath Hain or a new age Baghban.The beauty of the film lies solely in its portrayal of family and the class disparity prevalent in our society. The director, Rahul V. Chittella, does an excellent job at not only capturing beautiful shots, but also heartwarming ones.Tune in

  • From Consent to Love and Family: Holi Songs and Bollywood
    8 min 26 sec

    Holi has been a staple in Bollywood films. From Sholay to Darr, to Balam Pichkari in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, the festival of colors is used to talk about themes of love, celebration, and families coming together, keeping aside caste and class barriers. But if you go a layer deeper, questions of consent, tradition, and boundaries begin to arise. In this episode of Do I Like It, I talk about what this festival represents, and why the conversation around Holi needs a close inspection. Tune in

  • Thuramukham Review : A Mini-History Class on Labour Unions
    6 min 32 sec

    In this episode, we review Thuramukham a beautiful retelling of labor unions in the 1940’s in Cochin, India. The director does such an excellent job in portraying the daily struggles of labor workers that you feel as though you’re watching a documentary rather than a commercial mainstream movie.But, as history lessons tend to, the movie seems to lag at certain points with repetitive action and dialogue sequences. Overall, the film is an excellent example of almost hitting the mark.

  • Mrs. Chattrejee Vs Norway Review: Rani Mukherjee Alone Carries This Film
    8 min 40 sec

    An Indian family moves to Norway for better opportunities and a better life but in a somber turn of events, their children are taken away by Norwegian Child Welfare Services Barnevernet. This forms the crux of Mrs Chatterjee vs Norway, based on the true story of Sagarika Chakraborty and further based on her book The Journey of a Mother.Most of the films emotional core rests on Mukerjis able shoulders as she emotes and acts with equal promise.The film’s biggest flaw is that most of the themes it touches upon are cursory or anecdotal at best.Tune in to this episode for the full review

  • Kannada Cinema: Do I Like the Sandalwood Wave?
    8 min 38 sec

    Kannada cinema aka Sandalwood has been making big waves across the country with films like Kantara, KGF and 77 Charlie. What is behind this newfound popularity of Kannada cinema and what does it mean for the filmmakers Soundarya Athimuthu talks about the new wave of Kannada cinema. Tune in

  • Ammu : A Powerful Story with Authentic Performances
    9 min 46 sec

    Ammu is a social drama which tells the story of a simple and happy girl and what happens when she gets stuck in an abusive marriage. While this subject has been explored in many movies in the recent past, the authenticity and powerful dialogues set apart this Aishwarya Lekshmistarrer film. Tune in to listen to full review by Soundarya Athimuthu

  • Thank God Review: Doesn't Ask You to Think Much
    11 min 26 sec

    If there was a modern rendition of the Adarsh Balak posters from the 90s in the form of a film, Thank God would be it. Starring Siddharth Malhotra and Ajay Devgn, this Indra Kumar directorial tests the morality of Ayaan Kapoor, a real estate broker. Thank God isn’t a film of logic or science, it is purely based on emotion and pathos and in a story like that, predictability can have an adverse effect.Tune into this episode to listen to the full review by Pratikshya Mishra.

  • Midnights by Taylor Swift Review: Heartfelt, Vulnerable and Groovy
    6 min 23 sec

    There’s just something so powerful about Taylor Swift’s music. How she shares her most vulnerable self, her biggest insecurities and nightmares but manages to do that in such an effortless, almost groovy way. That is how I’d encapsulate her 10th album, Midnights.Midnights is the latest album by American singer/songwriter Taylor Swift. Released on 21 October, it’s been around 11 days after the album dropped and I think it’s safe to say that the reception has been massive. With this, she made history as the first musician ever to occupy the entire chart for the BillBoard’s Top 10 hits.Tune into this episode to listen to my full review.

  • Double XL Review: Sonakshi and Huma Deserved a Better Film
    6 min 27 sec

    When I first saw the trailer for Sonakshi Sinha and Huma Qureshis Double XL, I was thoroughly excited. Here were two plussize women in the public eye, promising a film about two fat women, Saira Sonakshi and Rajshri Huma fighting for their dreams in a world where their capabilities are diminished because of their size.Did the film manage to live upto my expectations Tune into this review to find out.  

  • Love Today Review: A Relatable Yet Bizarre Modern Love Story
    6 min 42 sec

    Love Today follows the story of a newage couple whose love is put to test, after theyre made to swap their smartphones for a day. Do they really know and trust each other well Will their love stand strong despite this adversity, or will it come crashing down This what the film is all about.Tune into this review by Soundarya Athimuthu

  • Uunchai Movie Review: I Cried So Much
    7 min 42 sec

    Uunchai is the story of four friends, Amit Amitabh Bachchan, Javed Boman Irani, Bhupen Danny Denzongpa, and Om Anupam Kher. After Bhupen’s death, the other three decide to complete a trek to the peak of Mt Everest a notoriously treacherous climb in an aakhri iccha last wish gesture. Tune in to hear what Pratikshya has to say

  • Yashoda Movie Review: Exciting Ideas, but Loads of Clichés
    5 min 3 sec

    Named after the mythological character, Yashoda who is the foster mother of Lord Krishna, the plot revolves around a poor woman Samantha who chooses to become a surrogate mother.Why does she do it To earn money and save her ailing sister, or at least that’s what we are told, at first. Tune it to listen to Soundaryas review.

  • Monica O My Darling Review: The Neo-Noir Film Bollywood Deserved
    8 min 34 sec

    A stunning starcast, a gripping story and eyecatching visuals make Monica O My Darling the neonoir Bollywood film weve been waiting for. It stars Rajkummar Rao as Jayant Arkhedkar, Huma Qureshi as Monica Machado, Radhika Apte as ACP Naidu, and Sikander Kher, among others. The film is now streaming on Netflix.Tune in to listen to Pratikshya Mishras full review

  • Agent Kannayiram Review: Where is the Interesting Part?
    7 min 8 sec

    Agent Kannayiram is the Tamil remake of Navin Polishetty’s superhit Telugu comedy thriller Agent Sai Srinivasa Athreya. The movie stars Santhanam, one of the best comedians in the Tamil industry, who has transitioned into a lead hero. I was instantly curious to see how he was going to elevate an already flawless story.Listen to this review by Soundarya Athimuthu.

  • An Action Hero Review: Can Ayushmann Do More Than Comedies?
    8 min 39 sec

    Weve seen him do comedy, weve seen him do social dramas, and some thrillers like Andhadhun too. But, how does he fare in An Action Hero as an action hero In this review, I talk about all the roles hes done before and what I liked about his latest release. Tune in as I refer to the film by 3 different names throughout face palm and tell you, Do I Like It  

  • Tathastu Review: Zakir Khan is the Noam Chomsky of Comedy
    11 min 13 sec

    Zakir Khan released his muchanticipated special Tathastu on Prime Video on 1st December. I have been a fan of his comedy for a while now, but this one hits closer home. After 3 rewatches, here are my thoughts about not just the special, but Zakir Khan the comedian, the artist, the man.    

  • Govinda Naam Mera Review: How Do Typical Bollywood Comedies Work?
    7 min 27 sec

    Govinda Naam Mera, starring Vicky Kaushal, Kiara Advani and Bhumi Pednekar, is a typical Bollywood comedy. It has the tropes, the multiple plot lines, the comedy of errors and to top it all a murder mystery. But does that mean it works To find out, tune into this review by Pratikshya Mishra on Do I Like It

  • Chup: I Like the Director More Than the Film
    8 min 40 sec

    What happens when a filmmaker starts killing film critics Now thats the ultimate revenge of the artist. In this episode, our host Prateek Lidhoo talks about Chup and how its director R Balki views film criticism. Credits:Executive Produced by Shelly Walia and Ritu Kapur. Produced and Edited by Prateek LidhooWritten by Prateek LidhooUses Audio from Pen MoviesTheme Music from BMG Productions

  • Babli Bouncer: Sounds Great… But Only on Paper
    5 min 17 sec

    In this episode of Do I Like It, Soundarya Athimuthu tells us what she liked in Fantastic Tamannaahs Babli Bouncer, and what she didnt like quite as much.

  • Hush Hush : A Thrilling Premise... Eventually Falls Flat
    9 min

    For a cast packed with brilliant actresses, and with the return of Juhi Chawla on our screens, expectations were high for Hush Hush. The series follows what happens when four best friends land up in trouble after a fateful party.  Does the show live upto the expectations, what makes or breaks the series for them Our host, Pratikshya Mishra, gives us a lowdown on Hush Hush in the new episode of Do I Like It Tune inCredits:Executive Producer Shelly Walia and Ritu KapurProducer and Editor Anjali PalodWriter and Host Pratikshya MishraMusic from Amazon Prime Video Theme Music from BMG Production Music

  • Adipurush Teaser: What Just Happened?
    12 min 33 sec

    We watched the Adipurush trailer so you dont have to. The film is a retelling of the epic Ramayana, with Prabhas as Ram and Saif Ali Khan playing Ravan. The teaser has sparked a meme fest on the internet and comparisons with Brahmastras VFX have been made. Prateek Lidhoo from our team watched the teaser and he will tell you, Did He Like ItTune in

  • The Ghost: I Liked Nagarjuna But Not Much Else
    8 min 11 sec

    I watched Ratchan, the Tamil dubbed version of Nagarjuna’s Telugu film The Ghost. In many ways, the film feels like a hybrid of two Tamil movies that released recently — Kamal Haasan’s Vikram and Thalapathy Vijay’s Beast. The Ghost borrows some good and many bad moments from the two films.But, in the end, Do I Like ItTune in to find out.

  • Hasan Minhaj The King's Jester: A Captivating Storyteller Bares His Heart
    5 min 37 sec

    Hasan Minhaj: The King’s Jester, is the second Netflix special by the standup comedian after the raging success of Patriot Act and it is a bold one. The Kings jester is an hourlong set which reflects his skills as a captivating, powerful storyteller.To listen to my full review, tune in

  • Sivakarthikeyan's Prince: Just Not Satiating Enough
    7 min 49 sec

    Right from the first scene, Prince registers that it is not here to take any heavily opinionated stands, but rather just explore the absurdities and the silliness of a BritishIndian couple’s love story. In this episode of Do I Like It, Soundarya tells us if she felt the quirkiness of Sivakarthikeyans Prince. Tune in

  • Ram Setu Review: This Could've Been a WhatsApp Forward
    9 min 49 sec

    In Abhishek Sharmas Ram Setu, Akshay Kumar plays a star archaeologist and apparently parttime superhero, Dr Aryan Kulshrestha. He is tasked with finding out whether Ram Setu is natural or manmade, and the film revolves around his adventures and discoveries.Pratikshya Mishra reviews the film in this episode of Do I like It. 

  • Gali Guleiyan Review: Gets Better the Second Time
    9 min 8 sec

    I caught Manoj Bajpayee and Dipesh Jains Gali Guleiyan in a theatre in 2018. Since then, I have been waiting for it to come to OTT. Now that the film is streaming on Amazon Prime, heres my review of this highly intense film. The film revolves around Khuddoos, a man living in Old Delhi who peeps into others lives via CCTV cameras. One day, he overhears a kid getting beaten up by his father. He wants to save him. Will he be able to Tune in to find out.  

  • The Legend of Maula Jatt Review: Hopefully It Comes on OTT Soon
    5 min 37 sec

    The legend of Maula Jatt is a Bilal Lashari film that is already touted to be Pakistan’s highestgrossing film worldwide. Starring Fawad Khan, Mahira Khan as well as Hamza Ali Abbasi, this film is an adaptation of the film with the same title released in 1979. While the film is not currently available in Indian cinemas, we can only hope for an OTT release soon. Tune in to listen to the full review

  • MTV Hustle 2.0: Top 5 Songs From This Season
    16 min 10 sec

    Indias first major HipHop reality show, MTV Hustle just got over with its second season. This time around, we got a new judge, a new format with squad bosses, and some really dope underground artists. Every week, the rappers perform songs from different genres and fight it out to become the biggest underground artist of the year. But aside from the show, we got some really diverse songs that had a combined runtime of over 4 hours. So I got back and heard all of them. And heres the top 5 list of my favorite songs from this season.Listen till the end for 1

  • Soul-Kadhi Review: Love the Initiative by Netflix
    10 min 26 sec

    Sameeha Sabnis Soul Kadhi is a part of the Take Ten initiative by Netflix and Film Companion. The film captures the immense potential that indie filmmakers in India have. It is a sliceoflife, heartwarming tale centred around the Goan drink Sol kadhi.Tune in to listen to the full review 

  • Wonder Women Review: Ernest Attempt at Exploring Female Friendships
    6 min 40 sec

    In a heartwarming, feelgood movie, writer director Anjali Menon explores the lives of six pregnant women in different stages of their preganncy. She plays a balancing act of portraying the joys of motherhood while also shedding light on the burden of expectations it puts on women who are unable or unwilling to bear children.Tune into the full review by Soundarya Athimuthu 

  • Last Film Show Review: A Great Pick For The Oscars
    7 min 7 sec

    Last Film Show or Chhello Show is Indias official entry to the Oscars this year. The Pan Nalin film explores a kids undying passion and love for cinema. The film is set in Gujrat where the protagonist shares a special bond with the projectionist at a local theatre.Tune in to listen to Pratikshya Mishras full review 

  • Qala : Exploring Mother-Daughter Relationships in Films
    8 min 38 sec

    Qala is the tale of a daughter desperate for her mothers approval and love, and this is a theme seldom explored in films, especially Bollywood. There are some international films like Everything Everywhere All At Once and Turning Red as well as animated films like Encanto, which talk about fractured relationships between family members. So, in this episode, Im talking how these films portray and deal with this conflict and how similar or dissimilar is Qala. Tune in

  • Varisu Review: Thalapathy Vijay Shines Like a Superstar
    9 min 38 sec

    The story of Varisu revolves around estranged Vijay Vijay who is the youngest of his two brothers, Jay Srikanth and Ajay Shaam, and his family, helmed by his father Rajendran Sarathkumar. Vijay fights to create his own identity by breaking free from his father, a business tycoon who treats his family members like mere moneyminting machines.Before the release of Varisu, producer Dil Raju had said that the Vijaystarrer will be a complete package of all the elements that make up a perfect family entertainer. Was he right To find out, tune into this review by Soundarya Athimuthu

  • Kuttey Film Review: I Was So Excited, But...
    11 min 21 sec

    Picture this, you spend a month trying to get a reservation at the new restaurant in town and order your favourite dish. After all that, the dish doesnt live up to the hype and you find yourself missing the comfort of the instant noodles you left at home. Thats what Aasmaan Bhardwajs Kuttey feels like.Tune in to this episode by Pratikshya Mishra for the full review

  • Cinema Marte Dum Tak Review: Why Did 'B-Grade' Films Work?
    10 min 3 sec

    From the directors of B, CMovies from the 90s. Cinema Marte Dum Tak takes you behind the scenes at the making of their films, starring J Neelam, Dilip Gulati, Vinod Talwar, and Kishan Shah.This documentary series talks about the parallel line of cinema running beside mainstream Bollywood in the 80s and 90s. The popularity of these films in the Era had certain factors, one of them being sexual scenes that made these films popular.Tune in to Pratikshyas review to find out, if these films were masterful, or misogynistic. 

  • Pathaan Review: Shah Rukh Khan's Legacy is Indestructible
    5 min 55 sec

    After four long years, Shah Rukh Khan is back on the big screen with Siddharth Anands Pathaan. Alongside Deepika Padukone and John Abraham, the evergreen actor has proved to his fans that he is worth the waitWith powerpacked action sequences, a dash of good old SRK charm, and a healthy mix of emotion, energy, and glamour Pathaan is an outandout mass entertainer. Tune into this episode for the full review

  • Gandhi Godse Review: Rajkumar Santoshi Reimagines History
    16 min 2 sec

    While the world was watching Shah Rukh Khans actionpacked entertainer Pathaan, I took the theater not taken and watched Gandhi Godse Ek Yudh. The film marks the comeback of filmmaker Rajkumar Santoshi after almost a decade. He reimagines an India where Mahatma Gandhi survives the assassination attempt by Nathuram Godse, and they both meet each other in prison and debate everything from Ahimsa to The Gita, and a Hindu Rashtra.In this episode of Do I Like It, Ill tell you my thoughts about the film.

  • Class Review: A Series That Gets The Focus Right
    9 min 33 sec

    If you have been a fan of college or school dramas involving mystery and crime, aka Riverdale and Elite, Class is the desi version for you. Class is an eightpart series which revolves around the students at an elite South Delhi school.Creating a stark contrast between the rich and the newly joined impoverished students, it promised to be a commentary on the class system in India. Tune into this episode by Pratikshya Mishra to listen to the full review.  

  • Sagavaasi Review: Arivu and Khatija Rahman Revive Coke Studio India
    16 min 32 sec

    It is said that Coke Studio India has always lacked a sense of rootedness and preferred big names as opposed to bringing out the raw Indian sounds. Well, things seem to change this Season of Coke Studio Bharat.Case in point, Arivu and Khatija Rahmans Sagavaasi. Continuing with his signature style of writing about the nature, forests and animals, this songs is all about coexistence. Tune into this episode for full review

  • Shehzada Review: Can't Decide If It's Worse Than Cirkus
    7 min 56 sec

    Shehzada is the Hindi remake of the Allu Arjunstarrer Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo AVPL. It stars Kartik Aryan, thats what youll remember by the end the movie, anyway. If one were to look for the silver lining the performances aside, the film is everything a mass entertainer is if youre completely willing to leave logic at home. But how much does that really count for Personally Not much. Tune in for my full review

  • The Night Manager Review: Gripping From Premise To Execution
    9 min 34 sec

    Directed by Sandeep Modi, The Night Manager is a fourhourlong series that doesnt feel four hours long, in a good way. Following the story of a night manager whose life is upturned after a young girl asks him for help, the series is mostly gripping from premise to execution.As for the thriller and action, its a good show but beyond that, theres not much to look at. Tune in for the full review

  • PRAA EP Review: Prabh Deep & Raftaar is an Interesting Combination
    11 min 59 sec

    PRAA is Raftaar’s latest EP in collaboration with Prabh Deep featuring four songs Abbu, Badnaam, Hello, and Trap Praa. While Raftaar and Prabh Deep prove that they still carry the streets of Delhi in their hearts and their music.The two artists have such diverse journeys in the world of HipHop, that it makes you wonder if their collaboration would be a fruitful one. Tune in to find out

  • Jealous of Sabziwaala Review: Worth the Rs 299 Membership???
    11 min 59 sec

    Standup comedian Abhishek Upmanyu just released his first fulllength comedy special titled ‘Jealous of Sabziwaala’ not on Netflix, or on Prime, but as a membersonly video on his YouTube channel and we are here to discuss if it’s worth the 299 rupees membership In this review, we explore the differences between a compilation of jokes and a standup special. Also, what role might cinematography and set design play in this scenario and can it increase the overall quality of the special Tune in to find out

  • Alive & Vaccinated Review: Daniel Fernandes Should Leave Standup Comedy
    9 min 47 sec

    Im not crazy about Daniel Fernandes, but I have always appreciated him as a very sharp guy a keen observer of society. I loved his podcast ‘You Started It’ not the online zoom call version, the OG, Cuckoo Club version. Daniel Fernandes dropped his special Alive Vaccinated on his YouTube channel, to be viewed for free on a ‘pay as you like’ model. This special boasts of having smart jokes. But do these smart jokes actually make you laugh And why do I think Danny should leave standup comedy Listen in to find out.

  • Missing Review: Restored My Love For Found Footage Films
    9 min 59 sec

    Missing, a sequel of Searching 2018, is a found footage film which revolves around a daughters quest to find her missing mother. Much like its prequel, it is tightly edited and keeps you in the edge of your seat throughout. For anyone who likes thrillers, Missing is a great watchTune info the full review along with some spoilers by Verda Subzwari. 

  • Time Will Tell EP Review: KR$NA Raps to Impress Other Rappers
    13 min 9 sec

    On this episode of Do I Like It, I review KRNA’s latest EP called Time Will Tell. The project is produced by Karachibased producers Jokhay and Umair and features vocals from Talha Anjum and Talha Yunus, members of the Pakistani duo Young Stunners.The production is a good attempt at proving how well crosscountry collaborations can do for the growth of art. Moreover, KRNA delivers a wellpackaged and neatly wrapped present, but perfection can also be a flaw ultimately, how are we human without our humanity To know more, tune in to the episode.

  • 3 Idiots to Mela: Why Aamir Khan is the Best & Worst Thing For Bollywood
    15 min 36 sec

    In this episode of Do I Like It, I discuss the impact of Aamir Khan on Bollywood, focusing on both the positive and negative aspects of his contributions. While his films like 3 Idiots and Taare Zameen Par received critical acclaim for addressing pressing social issues, his performances in movies like Ghajini and Mela were heavily criticized.Aamirs perfectionism and control over his films have been both a blessing and a curse, leading to delays in production and increased costs. While there are varying perspectives on whether he is the best or worst thing to happen to Bollywood, there is no denying his influence on Indian cinema. Tune in and listen till the end. 

  • Bheed Film Review: Didn't Like a Cop as a Protagonist
    10 min 7 sec

    In this episode of Do I Like It, I review Anubhav Sinha’s latest Bheed. Bheed not only packs a powerhouse of talented actors, but a story that directly reflects the reality of many. As always, Sinha takes up real life news incidents and fictionalises them to showcase the depth of the issue surrounding his movie. In this case, he does justice to the horrific reality of workers who were trying to migrate during the Covid19 Pandemic.Although, I have some reservations about a few artistic decisions, overall, Bheed is definitely a must watch. Tune in for the full review.

  • Joyland Review: It Makes You Believe In The Magic of Cinema
    8 min 22 sec

    In this episode of Do I Like It, we review Joyland a film by Saim Sadiq which has recently become a global symbol of Pakistani cinematography. While the movie pushes the boundaries by depicting a love story between a transgender woman and a cisgender man, it also shows the orthodox reality of the misogyny faced by women in general.Overall, Joyland is the most joyous cinematic experience of recent times and worthy of all the adulation it’s received. Tune in for the full review

  • Photo Review: What Makes The Span Between Birth and Death Fatal
    5 min

    On this episode of Do I Like It, we review Photo, directed by Utsav Gonwar, which was just premiered at the Bengaluru International Film Festival. This Kannada film is pathbreaking in terms of its  cinematography the director portrays his story in terms of political consciousness and not political correctness.The movie starts with the story of a young son, excited to visit his father in Bengaluru, but slowly morphs into the story of a father hoping to return to his village amidst the lockdown and their collective journey home.The narrative shift is smooth and does not cause any narrative jerks. Overall, photo is a beautiful amalgamation of several representations whether it be gender, class or societal.

  • Ghar Banduk Biryani Review: Nagraj Manjule as an Action Star
    7 min 13 sec

    Ghar Banduk Biryani is a Marathi film that portrays the good and bad of an otherwise gray world. While on one hand, we have a larger than life police officer, on the other, we see a gang leader, called ‘Commander’. The director attempts to humanize both the factions, he showcases the corruption overcome by Nagraj Manjule as the cop, and the circumstances which lead to the crime gang forming in the first place.But, what role does Biryani play in all this Well, make sure to tune into the full episode to find out

  • Indian Matchmaking S3 Review: Seema Aunty At Her Saltiest
    5 min 1 sec

    The third season of Netflixs Indian Matchmaking follows a vivacious group of uberrich Indians in India, the USA and the UK, as they try to navigate the treacherous waters of arranged marriage, all under the watchful eye of the one and only Sima Taparia from Mumbai.But what has changed this season Are Seema auntys clients getting more and more difficult And what about Seema aunty herself Tune in for the full review

  • 5 Acting Performances by Irrfan Khan We Don't Talk About
    16 min 4 sec

    In this episode of Do I Like It, let us talk about Irrfan Khan. On 29 April 2020, Irrfan left us after a long battle with cancer. This episode aims to celebrate his legacy by discussing five of his best acting performances. But I wont be talking about obvious picks like The Namesake, The Lunchbox, Paan Singh Tomar, etc. I want to mention some hidden gems from his filmography which dont usually get talked about when we mention his acting but definitely deserve to be mentioned. Stay tuned and let us know your favourite performances by Irrfan.