Friday, June 03, 2011
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
- The traffic in Bangalore is exactly as chaotic as it is made out to be. People do not think while driving...
- Driving in a car protects you from the evening rain.
- It is a major fun to splish splosh the car in the next lane
- Kishore Kumar is still THE BEST.
- Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Kay Kay and Abhijeet could come close, but there are some limitations.
It is important to choose a time to commute. Starting from home before 8:15 AM is necessary and leaving around 5:00 PM is absolutely essential.
Posted by Kshitij Sharma at 5/31/2011 09:35:00 AM
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
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Wednesday, December 15, 2010
In coming days I wish to start blogging for this site as well, apart from posting just news. Facebook is denting my creativity by making me think of one liners for status updates... I need to get back to some serious blogging both here, on PSN site as well as on the Astrology site
Posted by Kshitij Sharma at 12/15/2010 10:04:00 AM
Monday, April 19, 2010
I will be very honest, at no point was I scared. Ticketgenie.in (the online ticket site where I purchase the tickets) had earlier lost my tickets in courier. When I confronted them, they gave me Rs49/- tickets (the guest pass to pavilion). Now the issue was what if the match gets canceled, what refund would the organizers give me :-) This was the only thought that crossed my mind, apart from the fact that I would not be able to see Sachin Tendulkar play... Basically, my brother put it succinctly - "haath to aaya, par muh na laga", roughly translated as "I had (food) in my hand, but could not eat it".
But the match happened - and it was a good match. I shamelessly cheered Sachin's team, much to the chagrin of my fellow Bengalureans, but I did not care. After all, Mumbai's team is called Indians and I am an Indian first and a Challenger later. The only thing I was pissed about is Bangalore's fielding and that they chose to hold on to Tendulkar's catch alone.
Posted by Kshitij Sharma at 4/19/2010 05:27:00 PM
Thursday, January 28, 2010
In tune with, pun intended of course, with my current state of mind of cribbing against anything substandard, I would like to trash the new “mile sur mera tumhara” video that is being telecast now on television. This reincarnation essentially belongs to the same category of Karzzz and Sholey (RGV ki Aag) and brings out the following points:
- The population of India has grown a lot in last 20 years and hence all these additional hero/heroines from Bollywood needed to be accommodated.
- The egos of these people are inflated and all of them wanted separate screen space for themselves.
- Shah Rukh Khan misunderstood the meaning of phrase - “passion towards one’s own country” and portrayed the same expression in this video as he did in “Suraj hua maddham”.
- Salman Khan had to compromise with a vest because he was not allowed to take off his shirt.
Let put an end to sequels and remakes…
Posted by Kshitij Sharma at 1/28/2010 07:31:00 PM