On the Hindi side, Madras Cafe is getting lauded all over the place but I have a feeling this review from Trisha Gupta would probably echo my sentiments if I was going to bother to see the film. Or maybe I just approve of anybody who says this:
For that increasingly influential tribe of people who only like Hindi cinema when it’s either parodying itself or snottily looking down at the mainstream, this means Madras Cafe must be feted for the courage of its unusual political subject, non-heroic antics and attempted realism.
Let's all just watch Prabhudeva at the IIFAs last year and try to have a happy Friday! (Even if some of us are REALLY sleepy...)