Blast from the past - BombayTV clips

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Blast from the past - BombayTV clips

Post by Legendary Apophis » Mon Feb 19, 2018 4:59 pm

I don't know if anyone remaining on this forum remembers/knows about the Grapheine/BombayTV website, it enables you to add freely subtitles to old school Bollywood movies' short scenes. It was used within SGW community, around 2007-2008 I believe. However, there was no mention on the site from which movie(s) it came. Several months ago, I've finally found out (very unexpectedly to be honest) to which movie it belonged and watched the movie. I must say it was very odd & fun, to see these scenes played with proper subtitles (Hindi movie subbed in English) and remember more or less what fun I and others had with these scenes, adding random SGW-related subtitles. Yeah, thinking about 9-10 years old SGW wars while watching a 40 years old Bollywood movie! :smt081 :smt042
Most popular movie for Grapheine videos was Don (1978) with Hindi actor Amitabh Bachchan.


Official trailer for the movie. Recognize the car shooting scene and the police bus.
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Re: Blast from the past - BombayTV clips

Post by Support » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:14 pm

Reading that, I seriously thought about adding a 'Like' functionality to the forum just for this post. :smt050

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