Split Screen Podcast: Episode 23 – Saif Ali Khan Tries To Be Michael J. Fox ft. Allan Mott

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The best damn Bollywood remake comparison show, The Split Screen Podcast, returns with a long-awaited comparison of a pair of movies that may be obscure to some, but fan favorites of others. Joining Shah Shahid is a popular member of the Twitterati, and film theorist who breaks down the Bollywood remake of an awesome Hollywood movie.

So join Shah Shahid with guest Allan Mott as they compare ‘Main Khiladi Tu Anari’ (1994) the Bollywood remake of ‘The Hard Way’. (1991)

A quick refresher about the show:

The Split Screen Podcast compares and analyzes movies that are adaptations of other works, directly with the source material that they were inspired by. In this episode, we compare two 90’s action-comedy films.

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Allan Who?

A bona fide film theorist, Allan was introduced to Bollywood movies through friends and has adapted his love of cinema and mad analytical skills to pick apart movies from the Indian Film Industry as well. Allan is a busy bee, contributing his film rants to many platforms and outlets, while also (barely) updating his own film blog, Vanity Fear. Also: Of all the Allan Motts who have ever Allan Motted, he is the Allan Mottest. (paraphrased from his Social Media profile)

Contact Info:

Allan’s Blog: Vanity Fear

Allan’s Twitter: @HouseofGlib

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Shah Shahid

Entertainment Writer | Film & TV Critic | Bollywood Blogger | Host of Split Screen Podcast | Proud Geek Girl Dad


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