http://rodpriceadventure.com/tag/yukon-1000/ It is magnanimous when we say we truly understand someone/thing. We perceive it and enjoy the state of awareness and the new knowledge. Focus of the universe is directed towards the result and not the factors – factors by which the wisdom is acquired. While all the brownie points go to the recipient, someone who had a bandwidth to grasp, adopt and assimilate in a desired manner, we never mention the one who made us understand it (the factor). While we always appreciate the report card, we forget to take a look at its writer. This writer can be anyone, not necessarily one with a degree. One who explains it in the best comprehensible manner. One who knows that the best way to make someone understand a thing, and that…….one needs to start from the very basic: Simple.
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Happy Disclaimer: This is not a movie review and though this was written shortly after watching the movie, not a word has been edited. The movie has won perhaps all the awards yet did not feel even the slightest urge to change whatever little I served here about it.
When a match opens up with a six, expectations are set sky high and when a wicket goes down in first over, you feel cheated. So did happen with Bajirao Mastani where the opening scene was nothing short of a royal painting. Everything was exquisite, from the set to the costumes to the background score; everything is lavish and pleasing (typical Bhansali). Ranveer like a true master did it. But all the strokes ended right there, with a few saviors in the end to salvage. The chemistry between Bajirao and Mastani failed to creep in through at all. The movie gets lost at all levels. One does not even get to the chemistry, leave about appreciating it. Continue Reading