Friday, January 21, 2011

Festivals

are no fun if you are alone! I was not alone per se on Makar Sankranthi, but with my mum on the other side of the World and this being a festival which solely rested on her efforts, I felt really vague getting up at 8.45 am and eating out on a festival, but of late nothing has been following a pattern so I guess that it was just as well that even this did not fall in within the customary paths. All it did was to point out one more rudimentary fact of life- that everything plays out the way its supposed to be inspite of your best or worst efforts. But missed the sweets especially the ones which are made only at this time of the year and sorely missed the warmth that festive days bring in with them (along with the fights)

Met the team of 'Dil Toh Baccha Hain ji' the other day (Pt's debut press conference) and realised that things remain the same no matter how much they change. Madhur Bhandarkar was the same rude person he was last year and Shazahn Padamsee as boring, the only relief was the fact that they came just an hour late so went home early. Hope the movie tanks.

Dying to watch Saath Khoon Maaf, how amazing does it look?

2 comments:

chhipa said...

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Boundlesstech said...

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