Hosh bekhabar se hua.. unke bagair..!
Mohit Chauhan is the most melodious singer I have ever heard. Just love his voice.
Wanna take a look at my song play list at in.com? Here is it.
No doubt Holywood action, direction and cinematography is way ahead of Indian Cinema. A few things were well proved this week when I saw three action movies. Parents being away from home gave me and my wife a good chance to enjoy our marital freedom and live like lovers instead of married people with responsibilities :p.
Anyways, not deterring from the topic, the action packed movies we saw are Don 2, Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol and Players in the same order. When I saw Don 2 I was like Awww! What a movie. But after watching Misison Impossible, Don 2 looked like child’s play. I was glad I saw Don2 first and could appreciate the effort.
Although Don 2 was not as awesomely action packed as MI4 but still it was one of the world class movies bollywood ever made. Don 2 had the feel, the stardom of a man who is brilliant enough to plan enough in the future and create all win win situations for himself. The colors and direction in overall movie were sharp and impacting enough to give the audience a hangover of stardom and negativity for at least 2 days. I know after watching Don many of young men wanted to be just like him :)
And then I saw MI4. As a fan of Mission Impossible series I did not like the MI4 much but then it still was an awesome treat. The Action, the thrill and what not. But yeah the stardom was way behind that of DON. I would want to be DON rather than being Ethan Hunt :p
And then there is players. Well, I think comparing players with either Don or MI would be a waste of time. Watching this movie gave a feeling that the story is trying to give a good mysterious and thriller end to it. And it somehow succeeded too but Abbas Mastan have a lot to learn. There were a lot of poor directed scene in which Abhishek or Sonam looked so unnatural. But overall a nice attempt.
So, the action packed week ends. DON2 left the greatest impact, MI4 was awww and players was neyyyyy.. :)
You own a blog? Perhaps you are a creative writer or may be a poet or perhaps a story teller. Do you write about real life incidents?
Blogs (weblogs in short), are a very informative channel of information. People write about a lot of stuff be it technical, be it journalism or anything. Blogs are often a very common medium for people to pen down their feeling, imaginations and creations. And trust me, people spend more time reading blogs than they do reading books or reading news papers. Apart from writing creations and one good way of telling unsaid things out which you couldn’t do otherwise.
After Chetan Bhagat became fairly popular for his bollywood style masala books a lot of people started writing. Must say this man had an impact. Not only he increased readers but also encouraged people in writing. Not everyone can be famous like Chetan Bhagat and thus blogging was a savor. Blogging introduced people to a different community altogether. People read and write, comment on each others blog and it is like a new world altogether. Not as much as of Bhagat, but bloggers who write well do get the attention.
Your blog is a friend with whom you can share everything you want. But at times it comes to some socially unacceptable things too. One such blog has recently come up and is called 0Fiction. 0Fiction is a wonderful concept in itself. The owner of the blog Chintan Gupta, an Indian living in the UK, describes it as 0 tolerance for fiction and thus tells that the blog is all about realities of life and is filled with real life instances. There are a lot of contributors to the blog (myself being one of them) who share stories which are true. People have shared their emotional, funny and some dark experiences on the blog.