My Year of Prakash Raj

Some people spend a year
cooking Julia Child's recipes, or following all of the rules in the Bible, or reading books by people who spent a year doing something. My quest is to watch the 200-some films of South Indian character-actor-extraordinaire, Prakash Raj. (It'll probably take more than a year... and I'll post about some Prakash-less films here as well.)

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Shub Nag Panchami!

Happy Nag Panchami! The Film Fesssstival gearing up, and we already have one contribution with more coming in the next two weeks.  Check out Jenni's "Filmi Snake Spotter Field Guide" over at Cinema Chaat.

Frequently Hissed Questions:

What is this all about?
Nag Panchami Film Fesssstival

Where will the posts be collected?
http://www.delicious.com/dustdevil.liz. I'll do a wrap-up post here in late August.

Is there a twitter hashtag?
#nagfilmfest seems like a short enough one. (Unless you are trying to steer clear of  Nagarjuna superfans...)


To kick things off, enjoy "Naag Panchami Aayi," from the Kannada film Maha Shakti Maya starring Pandhari Bai. 


5 comments:

  1. I think I've written up all the snake movies I own, BAR ONE: I've been SAVING UP Nagin especially for August :) Sssssso excited to discover all the snakey glory that awaits in the blogosphere though!!

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  2. I know! There have already been 3 posts today! I'm so excited to go back and read your reviews and for the bit NAGIN write up. (After I finish up my posts...)

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  3. I'm going to do it. Sheshnaag. Jeetendra in full bhangra uncle snake mode. Yessssssss. It's time! Temple

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  4. Oooo I'd like to make my own comeback in the blogoshere with the only and most fabulous 'Nagin' from '76 because Reena killing all those hot men is too hard to resist!

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  5. @Temple-yesssss, bring on the Jeetendra!

    @Rum- fantastic, looking forward to your take on the classic.

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