Actress?Is she as famous as Sunny Leone,the Bollywood star(and pride of India) introduced by Mahesh Bhatt
Catch this brilliant movie at a cinema near you for this is one which deserves to be seen in a really good Multiplex
I still remember how thankful I am to the ' yahoo' people for starting a chat room that was big enough to cater to the wide and varied tastes of the desi perverts
Inshort,F?@K knows is a thought-provoking read which is never dull or preachy.You wan’t regret buying this book!
On the whole,Keigo Higashino’s ‘The Salvation of a Saintt X’ is a decent thriller!
May 7, 2013
May 4, 2013
May 2, 2013
Yes,you read it right.I am planning to sell the couple of short film scripts which I had written in the last couple of months.They(three completed screenplays and one story line which can be developed to a short film script,each of them close to 15-18 mins duration) were supposed to be filmed by my friend,Harish Krishnan(a reasonably known personality in the film-advertising circles)but couldn't,due to various reasons(read financial constraints).So,now we are planning to sell those scripts to those who are interested.(don't worry,you needn't have to sell your apartment for buying these Casablanca wannabes!,we just don't wish to send out the wrong signals by giving them free).Those of you guys out there who genuinely feel like checking them out or wish to enquire more about them,please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 28, 2013
Seneca Crane: So...
President Snow: So, contain it.
April 27, 2013
April 26, 2013
April 19, 2013
Oswald Periera's debut novel,'The Newsroom Mafia' has an interesting premise. It tells the story of the dark underbelly of Bombay and the unholy nexus which exists between the criminals,the fourth estate and the Government.But the book which could have been a taut thriller is terribly let down by mediocre writing.With too many underdeveloped characters(even the don,Narayana Swamy and the narrator,Oscar turning out to be poorly etched out ones!) ,illogical situations and a pretty bad climax,the book despite it's potential ends up being pretty average. Rating-2/5
April 16, 2013
I had thoroughly enjoyed Manu Joseph's Award winning first novel,Serious Men.He didn't disappoint me this time either.His second work,'The Illicit Happiness of Other People',is also a satirical take on the Indian society.Set in the Madras of the 90's,the book traces the life and death of seventeen year old Unni Chacko,the son of Ouseph Chacko,a failed writer and Mariamma chacko,a Malayalee christian woman with a troubled past.The book is also the story of Unni's younger brother, Thoma and his love for his neighbour Maithili Subramaniam.Witty,satirical and even philosophical at times,this book is really a good read and defintely has the potential to grab a couple of awards.
My Rating- 4/5
April 10, 2013
Many many people....Nature has to keep making billions of people so that by pure chance,finally,one person will be born who will make it!
-Manu joseph,'The illicit Happiness of Other People',4th Estate,2012.
and obviously,most of them are dumb and do their own little animal things again and again.....!!!!!
April 5, 2013
March 8, 2013
*destiny,God,relationships,gut feelings,sex,unpredictability of life,career et al
-reviewed by nikhimenon 2013