S3 Episode 8: Vijay Anand - with Karan Bali
One of our absolute greats and arguably the most versatile Hindi filmmaker of all-time, Vijay Anand, left behind a legacy worthy of frequent celebration.
Filmmaker, film instructor and co-founder of the popular film blog, Upperstall — Karan Bali joins us to celebrate Vijay Anand and revisit one of his favorites, Tere Ghar Ke Samne (1963).
We chatted about the legendary director's craft, his gift for filming songs, his innovative approach to storytelling and his tremendous range as a filmmaker.
We then focussed on the breezy romantic comedy, Tere Ghar Ke Samne and talked about its classic songs, its innovative title sequence, our favorite scenes and the subtle, nuanced moments from the film.
Yes, we also touched on how Vijay Anand's approach with set design used in Dil ka bhanwar, might have influenced the popular American sitcom, The Big Bang Theory.
Karan also spoke on Vijay Anand's legacy and how it coincided with the golden decades of Hindi cinema.
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Produced and hosted by: Himanshu Joglekar (@loveofcinemasf8)
Editor: Devika Joglekar
Music: Nakul Abhyankar
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