As I said in my last post…things are settling slowly, got my laptop though had couple of issues but can’t complain :)!
I have been watching lot of movies these days and guess what – one thing I have realized having your office near your home is not a good thing: D!
I am sure lot of them would be surprised to read this, but believe me the closer your work place is to your home the more lazy one gets, as you know it will only take few minutes :D!
Hence my late nights are still up 😉 these days!
I happened to watch many movies – Hindi and English of which I may not write about all but yes few which I am sure my friends would enjoy will be mentioned here 🙂
I saw this movie ‘Mississippi Burning’ – Two FBI agents with wildly different styles arrive in Mississippi to investigate the disappearance of some civil rights activists.
Gene Hackman and Willem Dafoe have done a great job I must say and besides the whole crime drama made me hate those times as what was happening in 60’s.
I am sure any one will as one see the injustice and the torture that one had to go through.
Over all Alan Parker the director of this movie has done a tremendous job and one can see all the awards that this movie has got.
“Abhorrence of apartheid is a moral attitude, not a policy.” ~ Edward Heath
This movie made me quite emotional about the whole thing.
It is actually typical Hindi movie – nothing new story or so but presented in a different way and I am sure everyone will enjoy! Well, the success of the movie itself tells that 😀
I liked the acting of Imran Khan – though a lot his style resembled his uncle Aamir, may be coz I know him so well … lol!
“Life’s like a play; it’s not the length but the excellence of the acting that matters” ~ Seneca
Over all good entertaining movie with good star casting such as Ratna Pathak-Shah and Naseerudin Shah, Jayant Kriplani and Anuradha Patel and Paresh Rawal which was a surprise to me !!!
“Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music”~ Sergei Rachmaninov
Happy Friday Friends
“Happiness is a wine of the rarest vintage, and seems insipid to a vulgar taste.” ~ Logan Pearsall Smith