Actually, we don't really say this, as we are peace-loving and non-aggressive, but we do usually think uncharitable thoughts, e.g., "You damned ethnocentric philistine."
Because when people describe Hindi films as "Indian musicals" and declare them tacky, unrealistic, or even the dreaded kitsch, we at the PPCC become annoyed. As Homer Simpson said in the one episode featuring Kishore Kumar: "Look! Their culture is different from ours! Isn't that funny!"
Yet the songs of Bollywood films are a treasure on their own! We at the PPCC just love being able to judge yet another aspect of filmmaking: how well were the songs used? How was the music overall? Because some films, most notoriously 2002's Devdas, can be very lopsided, with their song-and-dance sequences shining out like pearls in a sea of hogwash. There's also, we believe, a particular aesthetic to the inclusion of music, and we at the PPCC are always eager to find new paths to the sublime. Subliiiiime.
Some Examples of the Sublime Aesthetics of Hindi Film Songs
Koi Haseena Jab, Sholay (1975)
Duniya Banane Wale, Teesri Kasam (1966)
Bekhudi Mein Sanam, Haseena Maan Jayegi (1968)
Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam, Duplicate (1998)
Maar Daala, Devdas (2002)
Salaam-e-ishq, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar
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