This is my first post in my new blog site. Thanks to my brothers balaji and karthi for setting this up for me. Many people know that I have been blogging for almost an year and half through one of the free blogging sites. Then I decided that it is time for me to move to a site of my own. Now that I have got my hands on it, I promise to give you all good contents in the future.
As usual my blog would contain my favorite travel tales, Movie and Music reviews, my memories and more… Please do peep in when you find time or when you don’t.
The way in which the song is shot is too good. both raja and prathap rock. [:D]
one of my favourite songs these days. leave your comments on this song.
I know there are both first benchers and last benchers reading this blog. Then where comes the difference? I am pretty much sure that while people from first bench would read this post after i have mailed them that there is a new posting in my blog and tell them to take a look at it while the back benchers would have already completed reading it through feeds.
I got the idea of writing on this issue from a private channel which aired a program on this issue called “Neeya? Naana?” meaning “You? or Me?”. It had people from both front and bench and back bench discussing on what they liked and not. Was happy to hear that gals liked boys from back benches than from front bench.
While front bench students believed strongly that a classroom is meant only to study back bench students argued that there is more in life than just study study and study. They strongly believed that you can learn more if you enjoy more. There were three teachers who were present in the show who were asked what kind of students they liked? One teacher said she liked people from front bench while the other two agreed that students from the back bench impressed them more. They also mentioned that the classroom is lively because of the back benchers.
The program was concluded rightly by the host by saying these lines ” While many front bench people fail to learn what life has in it to teach them a few back benchers fail in life itself”. I strongly believe that what you learn doesn’t depend on whether you are a first bencher or the last bencher. It is never true that only people from first benches would come up in life and back benchers always lag behind. Remember our own president Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam was a back bencher.
So why is there a differentiation in the minds of students based on where they sit? Why does first benchers dislike the back benchers and viceversa? Students should think on this and make sure that the classrooms are meant for learning with some fun involved in it rather than developing hatred towards each other.
My wish would be to develop a classroom with only middle benchers and no back or front benchers. Front benchers should try to learn to enjoy life and learn what life has in it to teach while back benchers should try to make sure that their life is not funny for others and they should still continue to enjoy learning but should not over do the enjoying.
Now come give your comments on what you think of this issue and don’t forget to mention whether you are a front bencher or a back bencher so that i can have a study on how many front bencher or back bencher do read blogs.
Got a forward mail which had this. thought it is nice, so sharing with you people.
Just think of vadivelu who is narrating this story.
நாம்பாட்டுக்கு Chennai le செவனேன்னு பெஞ்சுல உக்காந்திருந்தேன்…திடீர்னு ஒரு PM மெயில் பண்ணி மச்சி ஒரு project இருக்கு சேந்துக்கிறியானுக் கேட்டான்.. நானும் சரின்னு சொன்னது வம்பாப் போச்சு… அவன் பெங்களூர்ல ஒரு PMக்கு போனப்போட்டு இங்க ஒருத்தன் சிக்கியிருக்காண்டா வாடா அலம்பிரலாம்னான்… அதுக்கு அவன் சொன்னான் அவன இங்க அனுப்புடா நான் பாத்துக்கறேன்னு… ஒரு volvo பஸ்ல ஏத்தி என்ன பெங்களூருக்கு அனுப்பினாங்க.. நானும் வெயில் காலத்துல குளுகுளுன்னு இருக்குமேன்னு நம்ம்ம்ம்பி… பெங்களூருக்கு வந்துட்டேன்…இங்க டீம்ல ஒரு 20 பேரும்மா… எல்லாப் பயலுகளும் மூச்சுத் தெணற தெணற வேலை செய்யறானுங்க… outlook um orkuttum மட்டுமேப் பார்த்த எனக்கு இது புதுசா இருக்கு… என்னோட PL வேற அவரால எவ்வளவு முடியுமோ அவ்வளவு modules-aiyum எங்கிட்டத் தள்ளி விட்டாரு… நானும் எவ்வளவு நேரம் தான் code எழுதற மாதிரியே நடிக்கிறது?(உங்களால முடியலன்னா தெரியாதுனு சொல்லிட வேண்டியதுதான?)நான் எப்பவும் வேலைய செய்யாம மெயில் பண்ணிட்டே இருக்கிறத பார்த்துட்டு என்னோட PL “எவ்வளவு வேல கொடுத்தாலும் இவன் மெயில் பண்ணிட்டே இருக்கான் இவன் ரொம்ப நல்லவன்”னு சொல்லிட்டாருமா
DISCLAIMER – This is purely a personal opinion and may contain spoilers, which you may find objectionable or may thank me later.
Cast: Naseeruddin Shah, Sarika
Direction: Rahul Dholakia
After a very long week I decided to watch the movie PARZANIA on Sunday (04.02.07). The movie is based on a true story which depicts how a parzi family gets affected by the Hindu – Muslim riots that took place in Gujarat after the Godra rail Incident. The story goes like this. Naseeruddin shah has done the role of cyrus and sarika is his wife Shernaz Peethawala. They have 2 children parzan and his sister. They live in a small flat in ahmedabad.
Then due to the violence their family is ripped apart. Parzan goes missing and the other 3 are homeless. Naseeruddin shah as cyrus has done justice to his role. Sarika also has performed a good role. Remaining part tells us how they face other challenges then. The film also sheds light on the manner in which everyone from politicians to the police exploited that climate for their own personal benefit.
The movie is sure to make tears rolling down your cheek at least once. I was shocked to see that the screening of this movie was banned in Gujarat where it is supposed to be screened first. The movie clearly points out a black mark in the history of our nation. The way in which the story was narrated, via an foreign student reminds me of RDB.
The next thing that has to be mentioned is about the background score. The music was so good that it could erupt the feelings of the characters in the movie. I would like to mention that it is not a Hindi movie and it is a English movie without songs that has to be watched without fail.
1) Naseerudin shah as cyrus has to be the first choice
2) Sarika as his wife has done a nice job.
3) Background score
1) The use of the f*** word every now and then in the movie makes it annoying at times when you consider it to be a Indian movie. They shall not use these words from Hollywood to show their anger. It just turns out to be highly unnatural.