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Ex Girlfriends, Ghosts and That Secret Potion of Desire

Sweet melodies of yesteryears often soothe his soul. Confused past, hazy memoirs and long drives in his father’s old gypsy illuminates his apartment. The shadows of his ex girlfriends keep haunting him. Those larger than life greeting cards, those soft toys, those bracelets, those watches, those letters are locked inside his closet. Time changes, feelings evolve, old friends reunites. The air never remains the same.

How to Tweet Like Jim Morrison

Microblogging! The new addition to the content hungry universe is making everyone bit crazy. Some people are investing hefty sum of money to gain followers, some folks tweeting extra sensible quotes, some individuals trying to be little humorous, the celebrities gaining millions of followers overnight and some people are still dazed. They retweet, copy paste some old quotations, sometimes news and views and most of the times they just keep gazing at the time line without having any words to write.

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Winter Loneliness - Why Loneliness is Ecstatic?

The music of David Gilmour (On an Island) is creating a dreamlike ambience; the loner is busy writing his chronicle in his studio apartment, he is capturing the ecstasy of being lonely in an overcrowded city. He is mutely inhaling the drifting joy and the lingering silence, he is growing from within, he is catching the stars, and he is alive…

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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Metamotivation



I felt lost among winners,
I felt lonely in the crowd,
I jumped from my bed,
I tortured my loved ones.

There was no one in my list,
Everyone discarded my existence,
I felt like a loser,
I felt like an anonymous shadow.

There's hate within me,
There's no inspiration,
The evil took over my brain,
I couldn't cross the wooden bridge
That appears in my dream.

I felt like a poor man,
I felt like a robber,
I felt like I am cursed,
to face the ruthless chaos.


People I loved, went away for better luxury,
People I hated criticised my destitute,
Hatred is what I got,
Smokes and dust surrounded my world.

That night, I slept half,
Woke up in the morn,
To erase my dreams,
In search of something,
That something better than my dreams.
My quest ended,
My hopelessness gone,
When I saw her pretty face in my phone,
After a brief silence,
I woke up again,
And found her near me sleeping like my angel.


Atlast! I got my bit of metamotivation.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Bahubali Review: The Perfect Movie Hangover



Indian cinema is no more playing with half-baked VFX for sure. With Bahubali: The Beginning, filmmaking in India surely created a benchmark which will motivate and inspire other filmmakers to create cinematic marvel. I was thrilled to see its trailer on Youtube month ago. It created an inner urge to see what Bahubali has in store for me. I never expected a Troy, LOTR or a 300 from Indian film industry in near future but Bahubali proved me wrong.

The whole movie was a work of art, the finest masterpiece and a huge epic drama. Larger than life imageries, fantastic war techniques and an outstanding story telling make Bahubali the biggest blockbuster in India. Every frame of the movie was handcrafted with panache. Mr. S. S. Rajamouli, the director of this epic movie has done what no other filmmaker in India has done so far. He gave us a film to be proud of.


The film exudes excellence throughout. I am a big Lord of the Rings fan and by watching this movie, I could see our own LOTR. Bahubali is fully Indian, from clothes to location, from music to VFX, CGI, this movie created an aura of magnificence. There are many highlights in this movie that will give you goose bumps. Prabhas (the protagonist) plays the perfect frontman in this movie. Rana Daggubati's character surely gave us an idea of the first Indian super villain. Sathyaraj as Kattappa was brilliant and Prabhakar as Kalakeya king stole the show with his new found diction Kiliki. All praises for Srinivas Mohan, the VFX chief who rendered unseen visuals. After watching this movie, I had a long good hangover and I surely love it.