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Commented on magz's review

Mar 10, 2006 09:47 PM

Pretty good review. You summed it up pretty effectively. I would interpret the end differently but I like your interpretations a lot too. Keep it up !

Commented on xabhishek's review

Mar 10, 2006 09:37 PM

There is no end my dear, no end at all to misery in this world. And Aparna, to our discomfort, depicts that well in the end. The movie ends with everyone 'giving up' the search for Mithi. Perhaps they gave up a bit too willingly- and thats the point. How much can a relationship hold ? The sister wan...ts a life , the mother wants an end to her tortures, the ex-lover wants to go back to his wife. Man is selfish , at the end of the day. Even the most virtuous and ethical sometimes falter. And yes, the ending shattered my heart completely. But really, did you expect a feel-good ending to a realistic movie. The ending was a bit over the top but is symbolic of what's going on inside each of the characters.Read More

Commented on amrita's review

Mar 08, 2006 08:56 PM

Behind your review. I agree that the plot is totally unrealistic but that doesn't qualify a film to be 'one of the worst in 10 years'. Most of the mass-oriented movies border on fantasy and its better to accept the fact that most people consider movies as getaways rather than a passionate artist...ic indulgence. Personally I don't like most bollywood (or hollywood) flicks so don't think that I am defending such movies. However out of the average stuff that is thrown at us, KNPK was actually pretty good and entertaining. This is only movie that my grandmother and my grandmother actually liked(they are really old fashioned). Also, I don't see how Amisha qualified as a talented debutante and Hrithik didn't. Anyway - you are entitled to your own opinion as everyone else.Read More

Commented on own review

Mar 08, 2006 12:00 AM

Hey Anton, I'm glad you find the tips useful - Proma

Reviewed Delivering an Effective Speech

Mar 07, 2006 09:46 PM 6333 Views

(Updated Mar 07, 2006 10:15 PM)

Yes - Thats how I would describe my first experiences of public speaking. As an engineer/programmer I didn't really have to worry about my speaking skills, but as I stepped into the world of MBAs at an american university, I knew that one thing that I wasn't prepared enough for was - Speaking...Read more

Commented on nithi_s's review

Jan 09, 2006 11:59 PM

Its a very well written review. Although not an Ayn fan, I really liked your review. Keep it up.

Commented on j0han's review

Apr 03, 2005 12:35 PM

I liked the review. Don't understand why others found it irrelevant. Try Sartre if you will - a much better writer and totally unpretentious - although you may find some drama - the real kinds :-)

Commented on amrita's review

Mar 02, 2005 12:56 PM

you cut out some exaggerations. I think re-refering to your previous reviews is totally unnecessary and irrelevant to a reader interested only in the review. Otherwise I agree with some of the things you mentioned. Bhansali never was a great director, and never will be - he is not one of them.

Commented on own review

Dec 28, 2004 11:17 PM

Depression differs from stress in the way it effects a person. A depressed person is more likely to be withdrawn, be unaware of his surroundings and his state of mind, and probably deals with many negative emotions ranging from guilt, remorse and denial. A stressed person is in a position to make a... judgement and take decisions effectively but his actions are temporarily clouded by prevaliling conditions. Stress brings anger, irritability and a string of health problems. However, you are right they may be related in the long run.Read More

Commented on own review

Dec 28, 2004 12:45 PM

Yup, its all about the right attitude. Stress can be effectively managed and can even be steered productively. Thanks for your comments

Followed RedHead

Dec 28, 2004 01:43 AM

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Commented on RedHead's review

Dec 28, 2004 01:41 AM

I had Thai Iced Tea last week for the first time in my life. Boy ! it was so unexpectedly great. They serve it with a little cream which floats on top and then slowly mixes down. The taste reminds me of WOOD !! Fresh wood ! But very delicious at that !!

Commented on Cousin2's review

Dec 28, 2004 01:35 AM

with how you felt about Henry. His character was somewhat shallow when I first read the book. There are hidden symbols. I also liked the movie but thought it didn't do perfect justice.

Commented on own review

Dec 27, 2004 11:22 PM

I liked reading your review. As you have mentioned healthy eating is very important among other things. Thanks !

Reviewed Handling Stress

Dec 27, 2004 09:32 PM 2034 Views

(Updated Dec 27, 2004 09:35 PM)

STRESS is the ever-present force which can have both a positive or a negative effect on you, depending on how you take it. However, if you fail to recognise how stress'attacks' you and think that it can't be beaten, you're sure to follow the down trail soon. One of the most agonising kinds of...Read more

Commented on own review

Nov 01, 2004 10:08 AM

I am sure you won't be let down. Its one of the lesser known marvels in literature.

Commented on j0han's review

Nov 01, 2004 10:02 AM

Never mind the -ve comments to your review. I agree completely with your views. Since so many people follow the lady, they've joined the 'herd' too. Atlas Shrugged is one of the five popular reads of this century but does not figure anywhere in the top 100 critic's choice. Funny eh ?

Commented on balagi's review

Oct 31, 2004 08:26 PM

I've friends who have tried it too but noone could describe it better than you did. Well done !

Commented on diver's review

Oct 31, 2004 08:18 PM

I've loved each one of his books too ! My favorite is Time Machine with Invisible man a close second.

Commented on Venchasa's review

Oct 31, 2004 10:42 AM

Its one of my favorite books too. Especially beacause I'd read it as a teenager. It made a lot of sense then, at a time of growth and turmoil.

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