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Recently I can see a lot of foreigners giving reactions to Indian movies and they earn some pocket money from it. If you like it then you can also try it.

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I haven't really seen many Indian movies.  I did watch the old classic, Paigham, on YouTube a few years ago.  It is heavily romantic, with themes of spoiled rich girls, a virtuous pedicab driver, and capitalism, in the form of a mill on which much of the town's livelihood depends, but ending on themes of class equality, redemption and forgiveness.

Dan TheOtherTink

They actually don't see the movies, just react to trailers and songs.


I don't watch them although they are popular in Serbia. I don't react on them. 


Well, Dan, I don't know what to think, but personally, I think that the reactions of the audience shown in these "videos" is - well - not very inspiring, and they are certainly no fans, experts or professionals able to appreciate or assess the quality of a movie.

That reminds of artificial trends like the floods of selfies put on-line, or the proliferation of cheap reality TV shows.

I'd rather see this kind of reactions (o.k., this is a sketch):



Virginia Marianne

Oh Marianne, I laughed and laughed! So glad you found that...ima subscribe to that channel now! :D  :)  :dizzy:  :P Mr. Bean's girlfriend almost as funny as he is...

Marianne Marianne

Lol, yes, Virginia, I was sure that you would like Mr. Bean's and his' girlfriends' reactions ...


Virginia Marianne

Marianne I truly did like that clip! There is something about Mr. Bean, he seems somehow to reflect the fears, pettiness, and yet the basic goodness of us all...in a most hilarious fashion!

Marianne Marianne

Yes, Virginia, well said. :)<3


Dear Dan,

No I have not watched Indian movies to earn pocket money. My knowledge of Indian cinema never went further than the Apu Trilogy, which I watched maybe 1975 or so, and loved it...here is what Wikipedia says about the Apu Trilogy, I did not know it was so famous!

"...three Bengali films directed by Satyajit Ray: Pather Panchali (1955), Aparajito (1956) and The World of Apu (1959). They are frequently listed among the greatest films of all time and are often cited as the greatest movies in the history of Indian cinema."


Heck, I don't think I've even seen one before but I'm not a big movie or TV watcher. Really don't need the money, plus I really don't have the time. Sorry.