Friday, April 30, 2010

Vinnaithandi Varuvaya


A very very practical movie. But, I did not like the ending.They should have been together. That apart, credit goes for everything else that made up this movie- the script ( so natural,did not feel like a planned script at all) , the problems faced , the emotions and of course the songs.Nice!

Sid, Jagna...


Wake up Sid! Wonderful movie. Ranbir was awesome. Never knew I might actually like him but I fell for him in this movie. It was practical and a simple story- rich spoiled boy meets girl and he gets his wake up call, hence the tittle *wink*. He has a boyish look.So, that in a way did not immediately portray his seriousness of behaving like a mature man when he started changing over a new leaf for Konkona. But, it did work when he shouted at her. Love...funny isn't it? How all it makes you want to be a better person. I enjoyed the moments they sat on the roof top having a cup of chai and enjoying the night. I loved it when he made her a birthday cake in less than 2 minutes and kept her company. Everything they shared in the flat they lived in was wonderful moments that was to be cherished. I teared when he had to leave. Imagine waking up the next day to an empty space- with him not around to prepare the food & to keep her company. Really heart breaking! Glad it took a magazine to actually help them both to express their love.

p/s= my favourite line ; Kyu, yeh bhi party hai,tum,meh aur dho cup chai ( Why, this is also a party, u, me and 2 cups of tea)

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Just One Of Those Days

It has been long since I posted something here but I did drop by in this page so many times and each time I did, and clicked "new post" , than I stare at an empty screen, just lost in thoughts, so many issues and stories I want to write here, but its all messed up in my head that it seems so difficult to organize all of it, & than I eventually log out. Today, I thought to myself I shall write down anything that comes to mind. I have been extremely busy in the last two weeks with studies. That apart, I have learned so much about my friends, new things about some of them. As the days go, I am becoming a little timid, funny, I used to be brave last time, never gave a shit about anything, but medicine is really one field that just at times makes you want to run away from everything, despite that I have told myself it is a challenge I have to face. And I think this year is going to fly really fast.So many competitive people around.It is about keeping yourself at the top, you know that constant pressure to be good. In the last two weeks, there was one day I came home crying for some reason that may sound stupid to many yet hurting to some. I fell into the hurting category of course. Thank god, I had someone to hear me cry and that was mum of course.Next comes the family. I think despite all our busy schedule, someone has to take the responsibility to have a gathering and to bring all of us together, otherwise there will always be a distance when we are adults. But, I guess I am lucky in that sense=) We should always care for one another, it does not mean if we are blessed with our own lives the rest is forgotten ( yup, at times you have to poke your nose to keep the rest in a better position). Oh yes, I have a new mission this year, but that I am afraid I can't reveal, but anyways wish me luck=) And, as a child I used to be a movie freak, like a really bad one, at least for Hindi movies. Dad used to get so angry during my secondary school days when he catches me watching movie at 3 in the morning. When I am back for holidays, I could go on watching till 5-6 in the morning, that is how crazy I am. Nowadays, it is the opposite. I hardly even know what are the latest movies playing in the cinema and I feel awkwardly awkward having to go through a 5 minute conversation with my buddies on movies, I would be so glad if I can even survive the first 3 minutes of the talk. To add on to it, I have friends who are taking advantage of my character, it is pretty annoying ( well, it happened today, so I just feel like screaming). I mean it wouldn't take me seconds to tell them off, but yet I don't see the necessity of being nasty, so I just shut up. Just because I never say "no" to most of the things and have been using the word "chill" zillion times , so yeah they eventually think they get to decide what I should be doing. And I think it is really immature that people think like that, you are supposed to be grown-ups, at least act professional! So yeah, that is pretty much most of the things that took place, but not all. The remainder is just meant for me...

Sunday, April 4, 2010

That Is What I Call Love

I go weak at my knees, my heart racing,pounding in my chest and feel the change in temperature in my body as I slip unknowingly into my imaginary world. A world full of beautiful things, full of colour, brightness, sunshine and most importantly a world with endless love.

That is exactly how I am when I am into one of those love story books. Did I mention that my favourite pass time is to fantasize? Yup, I think it is the girl in me who goes all weak as I read through the wonderful verses of love. I fall in love along with the characters. Imagining how I would like to end up just like that.How I would want to be swept off my feet just like her? I am a dreamer. Really I am. I have always wondered how it felt to have those strong arms wrapping around me, feeling loved and safe. How it feels to be kissed under the moonlight? Dancing along with him with all the eyes on us. A sort of like a princess but actually a very simple girl with the blessings to be in love.

So yeah, this is just part of the raw soul of mine that I bared here. I am so into the loving mood after reading Judith McNaught's Untill You that it hit me once again how glorious it is to be in love.Don't you agree?

Walking In The Rain

The puddle of water
We both stepped our foot on
Together
Shattered to pieces

The rain drops
Lost its grip
And fell to the muddy ground
As if it was clinging for life
At the tip of the umbrella

The sunset
Colored my surroundings
With orange and a tinge of pink
Felt so joyous
Like I was standing at heaven's door

With the pin drop silence
Only two things was loud to me
One the rain
The other your breath sound
Beautiful
Truly splendid
How the rain brought us together
Sharing an umbrella
Feeling the warmth of your skin
When it rubs against mine
As we try to avoid the puddle of water
Lost our balance
And held on close to each other

We did not say a word
And yet it felt just right
Like this moment was meant for us
A script that was written for us
I just had one wish
That this path would be long enough
For me to enjoy each passing second
And lock them away in my memory