Sunday, August 19, 2007

Will Tendulkar be Missed ??

Tendulkar has made a stupid mistake by withdrawing from 20/20 WC.

This format is tailromade for a versatile player like him. He has the attacking game which we very sorely miss these days and it would have been a great oppurtutinity for him to showcase the world a glimpse of what he did to aussies in sharjah before saying adieu to cricket.

Plus he could always sneak in 3-4 overs with his dibbly dobbly mish mash bowling. (Seriously I think he can bowl much better in slog overs than some of our highly overrated fast bowlers Zak, RPS, Agarkar)

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Thriller - The Video

Remaking a very popular music video is not a very standard practice that I know of. But when you watch this music video starring the gyrating Chiranjeevi with some of the most seasoned extras movie industry has seen and an actress who scares you as she gets scared, you start thinking that well what is it that we can't do masterfully in India.

The video is a frightefying adaptation of the Michal Jackson video 'Thriller'. Now after watching this video I wonder why aren't there any Chiru dance classes like Shiamak Dawar's, admissions for which should ideally be tougher and rarer than the getting admissions in the public schools of Delhi. And why the hell aren't any Bollywood Remixes made by any of the Suketus and the Aqeels based on the foot tapping 'Goli Maar' soundtrack of this video. And why the hell do we turn up to Hollywood for make-up assistance in horror movies. Well I dont blame anybody, coz who knew rubbing cow dung on one's face can make someone look so scary.

P.S. I am telling everyone the video was made in a village called 'Tollyzania' in Africa. Pls spread the news so that nobody thinks it was made in India.

Thursday, November 16, 2006

The Indian Supermard

The most hilarious rip off ever imaginable. Presenting the 'Indian Superman'.

An indepth anlysis including plot dissection and character sketches of the worst superman movie ever made, right here in Bollywood.

Saturday, November 04, 2006

Stuck on the Airport

Very recently my employer gave me a very unwelcome present in the form of a Reliance G-Tran Data Card through which I could be connected to the web anytime anywhere. Felt like an unwanted burden, one I could do very well without because connected all the time also means unwanted work could come knocking on your door at the worst time possible. It fell like a 'wellwisher' gifted you a package of IMS material for MBA preparation when you are not even half done with Career Launcher. :)

Anyways it is only now that I have really felt the utility of this amazing gadget. Guess what, Stuck on the airport, with two long hours at hand. Of course an ideal batting pitch for blogging. I guess all the prolific bloggers across the globe must be utilising this time to blog more and more. If they are not, this gadget is for them.

Also observed that the airport announcements (in three languages including the vernacular one) make it so hard for you to concentrate. Maybe the authorities should start thinking about a blogger's zone in the airport with none of those disturbances.

Taking the plunge

Starting to write a first blog post is like entering into a long term commitment, u know this thing is never going to leave you. Now that I see it, its much more like cigarettes. :)