Episode 62 – Parenting in Bollywood Films – Kapoor & Sons

For the first episode of Parenting in Bollywood Films this year, Nadir Pop and Peter Pop watched the 2016 release Kapoor & Sons.

In the episode, the Pop duo discuss the characters of Harsh (Rajat Kapoor) & Sunita (Ratna Pathak Shah) and their relationship with their sons, Rahul (Fawad Khan) and Arjun (Sidharth Malhotra).

The film’s title comes from the wish of the late Rishi Kapoor who plays the role of the grandfather to have a family photo with “Kapoor and Sons since 1921” before he dies.

Some of the points discussed in the episode are :-

  • The parents – Harsh (Rajat Kapoor) & Sunita (Ratna Pathak Shah) and their relationship.
  • The relationship between the parents and their children, Rahul (Fawad Khan) and Arjun (Sidharth Malhotra) and how they deal with their problems.
  • The bond between the grandfather, late Rishi Kapoor and his grandchildren.
  • A few memorable dialogues from the movie.

The episode is available on all podcast platforms, including Saregama Carvaan on channel 269.

If there is a Bollywood/Hollywood film you would like use to watch or know of someone who has an interesting parenting story then please write to us at popsinapod@gmail.com and we’d be happy to invite them on the podcast.

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Published by Pops in a Pod

Pops in a Pod is parenting podcast produced by first time dads Nadir Kanthawala (content and digital marketing professional) and Peter Kotikalapudi (marketing professional). Nadir has a daughter and Peter has a son. They currently reside in Mumbai, India

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