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First book of poetry

Apr 14, 2014 01:58 PM General 327 Views

(Updated Apr 28, 2014 01:33 PM)

After having assaulted mouthshut members with my words for quite some time, I find myself turning a new leaf. I am happy to announce that from being a mere assaulter, I will now get to be a full fledged mass murderer. My first book of poetry is in process of getting published. So may God save you mo...Read more

Followed fenil_seta

Jun 22, 2010 09:02 PM

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Commented on fenil_seta's review

Jun 22, 2010 07:10 PM

Hey Fenil, Yet to watch Raavan. Will watch it soon. As for your review. Again brilliant work. Though I wouldn't really agree with you on the part you wrote about Ramayana. Ram is always seen as 'good' while Ravan is seen as 'bad'. And in the movie it has been shown that both have shad...es of grey. I agree to that. Both do have shades of grey. Though the majority doesn't see it that way. Anyways it's a debatable topic. It's a treat to read your review. Looking forward to read more from you. Keep writing. SamirRead More

Commented on fenil_seta's review

Jun 22, 2010 06:53 PM

Hey Fenil, Again a fantastic write up on a fantastic movie. Just read a couple of your reviews and must say your writing style is crisp. Rajneeti is no doubt one of the most important movies to release this year. It did fulfill the expectations of it's distributors as well as the audi...ence. Hope to see more such movies. And you keep writing. Keep up the good work, dude. Cheers, SamirRead More

Commented on fenil_seta's review

Jun 22, 2010 06:36 PM

Hi Fenil, It's a pleasant surprise to read a review on Khakee in 2010. It was a very well made movie. Rajkumar Santoshi rocks. Ajay Devgan was at his best in this movie. Specially the way he utters that dialogue 'Maarne waala bhi roye, Maar khaane waala bhi roye.' He personifies 'Evil...' so brilliantly. You did total justice to a brilliant movie with your amazing review. Keep em coming. Cheers, SamirRead More

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May 10, 2010 09:02 PM

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Losing myself

Feb 18, 2010 06:12 PM General 828 Views

(Updated Feb 18, 2010 06:13 PM)

The fragrance of wet soil Runs wild in air Makes me go crazy With it's nostalgic spell Just out of bed with my messy hair On my porch, in my armchair Magic is what I smell Nature is at it again Comes along a smell so bitter-sweet I can't help sniffing in, the sin Dancin...Read more

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Jan 14, 2010 07:47 PM

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Commented on CilemaSnob's review

Jan 13, 2010 07:22 PM

You have a way with music reviews. I can almost taste the music in your reviews. I have listened to Ishqiya. It's simply sensual. Albums like Ishqiya come once in a while. I hope the movie does justice to the music. My personal fave is 'Dil toh bachcha hai ji'. The whole album is oh s...o lyrically rich. Gulzaar & Vishal Bharadwaaj make a winning combo. Great in-depth analysis of each song. Your words sing, dude. Smiles, SamirRead More

Commented on keepaway's blog

Friends Forever........???

Jan 12, 2010 09:50 PM

Hi Rachit What I have learnt from the big book of life is that everything in life comes with an expiry date. Relationships are no exceptions. People come in our lives with an unknown goal. When that goal is met, they naturally drift away. Two people in each other's life, is like two ingredients... brushing their distinct tastes on each other. When they leave, the aftertaste remains in both lives. They might cross paths with us again in future but there's no guarantee whether the relationship or our interactions might have the same depth as it once had. Life changes... Priorities change... No one is to be blamed. It's nature. There are some relations that stay through out our entire lives or most of our lives. But the trick is we dont have to try to keep them. They just stay. Once we start trying to keep a relation, it's a hint that we are losing it. Anyways, you take care. Cheers, SamirRead More

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Is the western culture responsible for failed marriages in India?

Jan 12, 2010 07:30 PM General 2319 Views

(Updated Jan 12, 2010 08:53 PM)

Recently I came across this question on Rediff Q & A. Couldnt help giving my point of view on this. Just wanted to share it with my friends on mouthshut. Q. Is the western culture responsible for failed marriages in India? Western culture cannot be blamed for every eye opening change that happ...Read more

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Jan 06, 2010 06:23 PM

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Love can be complicated, Love can be simple

Jun 05, 2009 12:40 PM General 1945 Views

(Updated Jun 05, 2009 12:41 PM)

Trying to fall in love….. How do you do it? How does it work? It doesn’t work for me. Giving a relationship a certain name and expecting love to bloom into it!!! Does it work that way? You cannot choose love. Love chooses you. Love cannot be expected. You cannot make love come your way, ...Read more

Commented on CilemaSnob's review

Apr 25, 2009 01:06 PM

Hey Rohit, Reviewing Jagjit Singh is no child's play. You have to have a really good ear for music. And what a ear you have? The way you have understood the nuances of each gazal is noteworthy. Yor review made for a great read. The way you have re-christened the maestro to Gazaljeet S...ingh. Couldnt agree more with you. Great work, buddy. Keep jotting SamirRead More

Commented on deepalirb's review

Apr 15, 2009 05:36 PM

Hey Deeps, You seem to have spit fire all over Tata Indicom ;-) After reading all that they seem to rightfully deserve your bombardment. I never knew you wrote anything over here. I came across this only when I saw your comment on my pic. I see that you didnt write anything after... this post!!! Would like to read more from you. Keep jotting.... SamRead More

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Apr 15, 2009 05:30 PM

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Commented on own review

Apr 09, 2009 02:10 PM

Hi truehindu, Whoa....... wat's a Hindu? Wat's a Muslim? And who are you asking to be raped? When a woman gets raped or a human being gets killed, he is just human. At that moment of death, no religion comes in picture. It's just pain. It's just death. I dunno how you started hating s...pecifically Muslims. If it has anything to do with Hindu Muslim riots ot terrorism, let me make one thing clear. Terrorists have no religion. Their bombs and bullets see no religion before killing a person. Extremist views are not going to help India in any way. If we do the same with hinduism wat Pakistan has done with Islam, one day, we'll be a reflection of Pakistan. We wud be just another terrorist country. It's not the religion. It's the people who are at fault. Before hating something try to know and understand it. Islam never taught violence. Jihad has totally different meaning in Quran. People have misinterpretted it, manipulated it and used it for their own cause. Taslima Nasreen's Lajja is against the injustice carried out in the name of religion. That's why I like that book. If it was about hating muslims, it wud have been in my dislike list. The people who carried fatwas against that book, didnt understand it's point in first place. Rather they took it very personally coz, their fundamentalist faith and thoughts were questioned. And Narendra Modi, well, if you - a young girl of 18 would support him, I think India is going in wrong hands. Before being a true hindu, try and be human first.Read More

Commented on own review

Apr 09, 2009 02:04 PM

Hi truehindu, Whoa....... wat's a Hindu? Wat's a Muslim? And who are you asking to be raped? When a woman gets raped or a human being gets killed, he is just human. At that moment of death, no religion comes in picture. It's just pain. It's just death. I dunno how you started hating s...pecifically Muslims. If it has anything to do with Hindu Muslim riots ot terrorism, let me make one thing clear. Terrorists have no religion. Their bombs and bullets see no religion before killing a person. Extremist views are not going to help India in any way. If we do the same with hinduism wat Pakistan has done with Islam, one day, we'll be a reflection of Pakistan. We wud be just another terrorist country. It's not the religion. It's the people who are at fault. Before hating something try to know and understand it. Islam never taught violence. Jihad has totally different meaning in Quran. People have misinterpretted it, manipulated it and used it for their own cause. Taslima Nasreen's Lajja is against the injustice carried out in the name of religion. That's why I like that book. If it was about hating muslims, it wud have been in my dislike list. The people who carried fatwas against that book, didnt understand it's point in first place. Rather they took it very personally coz, their fundamentalist faith and thoughts were questioned. And Narendra Modi, well, if you - a young girl of 18 would support him, I think India is going in wrong hands. Before being a true hindu, try and be human first.Read More

Commented on CilemaSnob's review

Apr 09, 2009 12:37 PM

Hi, I had watched Sehar when it had released. It's an amazing movie, presented in an excellent fashion. Your review does a brilliant job to highlight the strengths of the movie. Moreover your review is important coz, it you managed to bring a forgotten gem back in public notice. Great... work, buddy. Keep writing. SamirRead More

Commented on maaz_nawaz's blog

Religious Harmony In India ...

Apr 08, 2009 06:25 PM

Hey Nawaz That was a post brimming with intelligence. Specially loved the example of the professor, you gave at the end of the post. If each of us manages to reconstruct the human being inside us, we can unite the world under a single roof of humanity. Bravo, that was amazing. Normally I a...m too lazy to post comments. But couldnt help after reading your post. Religious harmony in India has always been of deep concern to me since my school days. Feels great to read a post that totally reflects my views. Keep writing. SamirRead More

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