As the entire country celebrated 100 years of Indian Cinema, I joined the party on my discretion and I am happy to figure out some exceptional qualities reflecting lately in Indie movies. The fact that there will be senseless movies in India and “keep your minds at home” comedies is almost accepted country wide. However, …
When bruised knees and restless afternoons were closer to our soul and dusty challenges made us smile!
While playing in the backyard, Little TinKu kills a honeybee. His father sees him killing the honeybee and angrily says, "No honey for you for one month!" :X Later that afternoon, TinKu's dad catches him tearing the wings off a butterfly. "That's it! No butter for you for one month!" says his dad. Later that evening …
Some of us thought we will not make it to 2013. Some of us were hopeful enough to plan and fabricate new proposals for the fresh year. I was watching movies all the year round. (*Laughs!) For the audience in Bengal who express their happiness and sorrows in a language which is the second sweetest …
It is difficult to assess a film in India. It is even more difficult to assess a good movie in India. I am writing this with the hope that whoever reads this, understands life. Indian movies get released in theaters and then after a while DVDs hit the market. I watched Dutta vs. Dutta thrice …
Sunset and Sunrise by Steve McCurry... Every Sunset and Every sunrise is a longing for home, peace and tranquility! - Respect to Steve and his metaphorical representation by mymotionpicture!
Observation, Hypothesis, Experiment, Analysis, Conclusion; since the 17th century, the methodical way has been the generally accepted way to explore, discover, and acquire new knowledge. The actual process of intellectual discovery, however, is rarely so simple or objective. The human mind often leaps from statement to conclusion with ease, and rushes impetuous into hypothesis. The …
Being a Hero is tougher than being that regular bad guy!!!
I shall deliberately wear my underwear over my PANTS!!!
I resolve to leave my vigilante days behind me,
instead finding a less dangerous hobby
where I can still wear spandex.
I resolve to hand in my leather mask
because for one:
its not as fashionable in real life
as on the glossy models of Superheroes Weekly
because the ladies don’t seem to like it
and for two:
bad hair days on its removal
and for three:
thats’s none of your freaking business.
I resolve to hang up my cape,
maybe dangling on a clothesline or
telephone wire-lines scratched
in a bedpost that “I was here.”
I resolve to change my life,
because saving the world
is a rather dangerous business.
There are always fewer casualties
but they’re always more significant.
The problem with being a hero
is though I may save the lives
of countless plants and animals,
I have to be there to see
when the one person…
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A young man completes his degree in Physics from Scottish Church College, Calcutta and then becomes a journalist. Political backdrops and unseen personal clashes drive him out of the city and compel him to be a medical representative and medicine seller in an unknown land. He comes back to his city to take up a …
Warm new year greetings from my-motion-picture!