Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Dark Knight finally Rises … hope not for the last time

Bruce Wayne is locked up in an obscure prison which is at the foot of a deep well, in the bad lands on the eastern side of the globe (in this case Jodhpur in Rajasthan, India). After a failed encounter … Continue reading

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Oprah & her FORKing opinions … Get well soon Aunty

Oprah aunty is amazed that, some Indians still eat with their hands. Aunty jee, we would like to tell you that you are completely WRONG here, it is not some Indians but the majority of Indians who eat with their … Continue reading

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Bol Bachchan … will remind you milk no. 6 (chatti ka doodh)

Bol Bachchan made me laugh … period. The “English” speaking Ajay Devgn (whose interpretation of famous Hindi proverbs, though forced, did extract quite a bit of laughter from the audience), the awkward Abhishek Bachchan playing 2 personalities (one of a … Continue reading

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Simplicity in design

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” – Leonardo Da Vinci This well known maxim has been the basis of design principles for many successful industrial designers and architects. Simplicity often denotes beauty, purity and clarity (of thought in the design context). … Continue reading

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What can we do? NOTHING

Are women safe? NO Are men safe? Maybe What is a mob? A faceless stream of people, who are consumed by a negative passion & who would commit a crime, which they might not think of doing as individuals under … Continue reading

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Spy Games

Espionage or spying is involves an individual or government obtaining information which is considered secret or confidential by a rival government or organization. Intelligence agencies work more on the principal of strategy as opposed to aggression. Last month, a few … Continue reading

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An amazingly intelligent Spiderman

Amazing Spiderman is well … definitely amazing in its special effects, art direction and Andrew Garfield’s characterization. My generation has grown up on the Spiderman cartoon which used to be aired on the only Doordarshan channel every Sunday evening. In … Continue reading

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Gangs of Wasseypur …… we are all hunters

Animosity is a great equalizer; the feeling doesn’t discriminate between caste, religion or economic background. Two enemies are men on a mission and anything or anyone else in their way is collateral damage. “Keep your friends close and your enemies … Continue reading

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