Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Just fading away.

These are few lines that I express about the conduct of the human being and its impact on nature.

Is it fire in the Sun that just sweats our day?
Is it water in the ocean that has left the bay?
If its price of what we did or what we intend
we are making this nature just fading away.
just fading away.
just fading away
Is it silence of the birds that we cant bear?
Devoid of grey clouds, this sky is clear.
Now its roads and brown fields that always appear.
Its the warning of Almighty that the doom is near.
Why don't we get the message its fading away?
just fading away.
just fading away.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Notable Role (13/1000): Shahrukh Khan (Dil Se..)


Its an open secret that the fans of Salman Khan and Aamir Khan don't like the progressive news of Shahrukh Khan and criticize him for some reasons that need not be discussed here. Whatever the fans of Salman or Aamir argue, I say only one thing - Shahrukh Khan is neither famous for charity (as that of Being Human) nor he runs the shows of public welfare like Satyamev Jayate. Then what is the reason that makes him hold the position of King Khan? 
Obviously, its his acting. And Dil Se.. is the evidence of it. This movie, being a romantic thriller, puts before us the love story of two persons in the backdrop of terrorism.
The fans of Shahrukh Khan must use his acting in this movie to make his opponents tight lipped on this argument.
Here are few scenes of his memorable acting:

Shahrukh Khan (Amar) as a Radio Jockey In the All India Radio Station.



CBI Investigation with Amar.



Amar and Meghna's confrontation.

Must Watch: Masoom (1983).

The Indian film industry has been bestowed with such talented and adept actors and directors, it becomes obvious after you watch the year 1983 movie Masoom, which was adaption of the novel Man, Woman and Child (1980) written by Erich Segal.
The movie has been directed by the internationally renowned director Shekhar Kapur. The other renowned names that add to its glory are Naseeruddin Shah and Shabana Azmi. So, obviously, this movie has to have something special. Well, my reason for watching this movie is neither of them but the song Tujhse naraaz nahi zindagi (which has the mesmerized voice of Lataji and similar track in the voice of Anup Ghosal).
Playing the role of kids, Urmila Mantodkar and Jugal Hansraaj have made the team of the movie very strong and emphatic. 
In my own words, successful movie is like a chair that has the pillars of a good direction, good acting, good story and good melody. This movie doesn't lack in any of them.