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Commented on cutelavanya85's blog

Arranged Marriages!

Jan 14, 2014 09:30 PM

m.... Do you have a blood brother who had an arranged marriage? and if yes how did it go when you were seeking an alliance for him? I totally feel what you must be going through having got my elder sister married, i made a point not to visit anyones house unless i was 90% sure i would be happy to be... married to that individual. And the only family i met was my wife's :). End of the day, even after going through this seemingly nonsensical custom, you should get a good match and that defines your life. I was lucky and so will you be :)Read More

Commented on archeac's blog

Indians and the English accent problem

Jul 05, 2012 08:37 PM

nice Couldnt agree more. I too have a strong R, D, T and so on when i speak, but have long given up on trying to cover it up. The fact that i can speak grammatically correct foreign language itself is well appreciated by the English tongues, i no longer mind the frowns or requests to repeat my state...ments awkward anymore. A very pertinent post!! Cheers on the FB statusRead More

Commented on ambarish_mitra's blog

petrol prices

Jul 03, 2012 04:20 PM

totally agree You may want to read one of my earlier blogs on the same issue. Ultimately the government recovers the subsidy from general public and hence a market controlled fuel price is indeed the way forward. as for increasing the fossil fuel price to discourage their demand goes, the governm...ent also needs to look at improving the public transportation in the country. As a comparison, in UK you literally do not need private transport as the public transport is pretty strong. De-subsidizing fuel prices alone appears to be a problem without a solution, no one would welcome it. Well written!!!Read More

Commented on desigal's review

Jul 02, 2012 07:58 PM

you need to be semi psycho to like tarantino movies. I am proud to be one of them!!! well written

Commented on desigal's blog

God's Typewriter

Jul 02, 2012 07:53 PM

congrats You did not need to get back to being agnostic. didnt sound like you left it in first place ;) liked your writing though!!! cheers!!

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Backpacking to cologne- My Wife's perspective!!!

Mar 26, 2012 02:13 AM General 469 Views

Last month my husband had to visit cologne for business and we used it as an opportunity to roam around this historic city in the west of Germany. Of all the places we had planned to visit in Europe and could not, Cologne was amongst the top. With our prior backpacker knowledge and experience in ...Read more

Commented on Paulsb02's review

Jan 06, 2012 07:19 PM

one thing is for sure, the women(just one) wears more clothes than bips or sonam or anyone in this movie. Am sure they would have carried out the robberies wearing a bikini ;) Nice review!!

Commented on koushik.tito's review

Jan 04, 2012 03:40 PM

agree with your comments overall. Iam a fan of Farhan Akhtar and will remain so. Could have been better had you given your reviews about the movie, the plot, the script and so on. Cheers!!

Reviewed Mankatha Movie

Jan 03, 2012 10:25 PM 2178 Views

I landed in New York and took an apartment in New jersey. Just to get used to the time difference, my buddy invited me to watch this movie in a theater (me and theater- are like kids and freak shows). I pulled myself together despite all the tiredness and got into Big cinemas. And there it wa...Read more

Commented on vivekama's review

Mar 18, 2011 03:30 PM

Personally i liked the movie. It is more on a wavering kid getting a purpose for his life and that too ends up saving many lives of his countrymen. I do appreciate you have a different liking, nevertheless good few thoughts that you shared.

Reviewed 127 Hours Movie

Jan 10, 2011 06:58 PM 2687 Views

(Updated Jan 10, 2011 07:00 PM)

127 hours is the movie about Aaron(james franco) a mountain climber and a canyoneer(somebody who explores canyons), and what happens to him on on of his trips a canyon in Utah Aaron starts of to his usual trip to a canyon in Utah on a friday and starts his roaming around and exploration of th...Read more

Reviewed Raavanan Movie

Oct 11, 2010 12:34 PM 1933 Views

Am surprised to be writing the first review for Raavanan, the Tamil version of what has been dubbed as the AAG of Mani ratnam.I am also surprised as to how such an excellent movie has got a tremendous amount of negative publicity thanks to the "Movie Critics", and I assume that the hindi version...Read more

Commented on viratbond's review

Oct 11, 2010 01:11 AM

You nailed it!!! A near to perfect review. My favourite line 'Everyone is Racist' Emraan hashmi should have been born as a sibling to Sallu, Has the same solid face muscles that cant do much other than kissing. Eager to read your next!! Congrats

Commented on ecitizen007's review

Oct 11, 2010 01:07 AM

Your observation is party correct that the concept of making a movie around a robot is old, Robot does not seem to be any closer to Bicentenial man. Of course, Robot is made for Indian audience and will for sure have songs, masala and all the regular ingredients of an indian movie, coz that is what ...our viewers want and that is what does business. I too am of the opinion to do away with all the masala from Indian movies, but we must appreciate the appetite of our movie goers. I definitely appreciate your opinion, but may and most probably will not agree to a Shankar movie not being 'At least' a total time pass movie.Read More

Commented on ajeet15's review

Oct 11, 2010 01:03 AM

Hi Ajeet Very well written. You have not given up the specifics which could have spoiled the experience for others, while generating more curiosity to the already curious folks. Iam in Poland now and will be watching this movie for sure. Keep the reviews coming, nothing about Dabang from you?:...) cheers GiriRead More

Commented on own review

Sep 22, 2010 12:48 PM

Hey Shalu, Thanks for reading. I somehow felt dabang was not a mindless movie coz it appeared serious in parts. Anyway, my taste stays with me and so does my pity :) PS: If relativity is something to be considered, Rajnikant used to be more than a style king at least in his early days, he was a d...ecent enough actor(he is from stage dramas, and theatre). Maybe salman had stronger facial muscles which have been stopping him from acting lolRead More

Commented on own review

Sep 22, 2010 10:46 AM

mansoor, thanks for reading and commenting on the review. Hope you also read the last part of the review, it is just my opinion.

Reviewed Dabangg

Sep 22, 2010 01:49 AM 3681 Views

(Updated Sep 22, 2010 01:56 AM)

While the Japanese are trying hard to invent a robot which can behave like human beings, our own Sallu bhai has continued to live as an example of Humans who can behave like Robots.  Human beings are known to emote, many of them even while wearing glasses, they laugh, cry, frown, stare and what ...Read more

Commented on vj86's review

Jul 07, 2010 03:30 PM

VJ I honestly found your review much better than the movie itself. I mean it is good for passing your time, that is for sure. Iam sure you will like the movie ' The Losers' if you liked this one. Cheers for writing!!

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Yuck, india is dirty!!

Jun 30, 2010 03:27 PM General 785 Views

Is what we have heard umpteen number of foreigners(firangis) mention about india, and quoted as the prime reason why they do not wish to visit india, either as tourist or for work. My recent visit to Italy and paris were eye-openers of a sort. I am a huge fan of Einstein's theory of relativity. W...Read more

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