Monthly Archives: October 2015

Movies And Me.

This post has been inspired by two comments left on earlier posts by two friends. One on the blog itself by Shackman on my post Mystic River. I quote him – “It is an excellent film. Luckily I am not … Continue reading

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Family Size.

This ubiquitous sign without any text is the most well known image in India. It stands for: One of India’s great success stories voluntary family planning that restricted the growth of population to manageable levels. Voluntary, except for a short … Continue reading

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The Nigerians Have Moved To The UK.

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Jazbaa.

Phew! What a film!! If you can see it, don’t miss it. I had seen the trailer for this film when I had gone to see Talvar. I was intrigued to see some very powerful acting from Aishwarya Rai Bachchan … Continue reading

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For Lin!

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Dr. Strangelove.

Looney, to the best of my recollection, for the first time since I started to follow his blog, wrote about a film for a change. And despite having seen the film earlier on two occasions, I decided to see it … Continue reading

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Mystic River.

Once again my friend Abhaya came up trumps and led me to this film which was simply mind blowing. The story revolving around three childhood friends coming together again as grown-ups due to a murder of the daughter of one … Continue reading

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Pickin And Grinnin.

This is my contribution to the Weekly Loose Bloggers’ Consortium (LBC) endeavour to post on one single topic every Friday. Today’s topic has been suggested by Lin.  I hope that you enjoyed reading my contribution.

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Talvar!

I was dragged away by Ramesh during my siesta time yesterday, screaming and yelling all the way to the theater to watch this movie. In retrospect however, I am glad that Ramesh dragged me to it. A film based on … Continue reading

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India Post.

Please click on the image for a larger resolution. That is the notice that I received after I had received a parcel from Amazon India. On checking back on some other orders, I found that this was the second time … Continue reading

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