What to Watch this Weekend

Join Neha Mathews every Friday as she sits down with expert reviewers at the Indian Express to discuss the best movies and TV to watch that weekend. From the latest Bollywood flicks to binge-worthy shows on Netflix, she’s got all the details and no spoilers.

Episode 04 July 13, 2018

Why you should watch Sharp Objects and more

Premankur Biswas, Editor of Inuth.com, our yourth portal, joins me to talk about the Hotstar mini-series Sharp Objects. The American psychological thriller is based on Gillian Flynn’s debut novel of the same name. Premankur tells us why the mini-series seems to be just as compelling as the novel and how it brings realistic, complicated women to the forefront.

Next, Ameya Nagarajan joins us to gush about the underrated but fun show Good Girls. In it, three suburban housewives (Christina Hendricks, Retta, Mae Whitman) are pushed into a life of crime. Ameya explains why this light show is just what you need to kick back on the weekend.

Last, Trinaa Prasad and Tatsam Mukherjee are back! This time, they talk about their favourite movie from their childhood- the 1990 Tamil movie Anjali.


Follow @expresspodcasts on Twitter or find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/expresspodcasts to keep up with our shows and episodes. Find all our podcasts at www.indianexpress.com/audio.

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Why you should watch Sharp Objects and morePremankur Biswas, Editor of Inuth.com, our yourth portal, joins me to talk about the Hotstar mini-series Sharp Objects. The American psychological thriller is based on Gillian Flynn's debut novel of the same name. Premankur tells us why the mini-series seems to be just as compelling as the novel and how it brings realistic, complicated women to the forefront. Next, Ameya Nagarajan joins us to gush about the underrated but fun show Good Girls. In it, three suburban housewives (Christina Hendricks, Retta, Mae Whitman) are pushed into a life of crime. Ameya explains why this light show is just what you need to kick back on the weekend. Last, Trinaa Prasad and Tatsam Mukherjee are back! This time, they talk about their favourite movie from their childhood- the 1990 Tamil movie Anjali. Follow @expresspodcasts on Twitter or find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/expresspodcasts to keep up with our shows and episodes. Find all our podcasts at www.indianexpress.com/audio.