Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Friends and Relocations

After long days of fiddling with blogger , I ve decided to write breaking my vrat of idling. But There were few parting-off's which I want to remember and cherish them. First, Good old roomy Satya left to Bangalore yesterday for his new assignement into SAP. How Sad.. I fondly look into the sms again and again that Satya sent me from his train on the way to Bangalore - " Ye na sochna ki hum juda ho jayenge, har haal me dono dosti nibvhayenge...Dono milkar phir se ZANZEER banayenge. Tum AMITAABH ki tarah dost bane rahna hum PRAAN ki tarah dosti nibhayenge.. Dono milkar YAARI HAI IMAAN gana gayenge..Film hit ho jayegi to mauz manayenge Flop ho gayi to ek aur tareeka aajmayenge...Station ke bahaar CHAI KI DUKAAN lagayenge... Tum Chai banana hum Chai Chai chillayenge.. Par dosti har haal nibhayenge." Was hilari-touching indeed at that moment...

And 2 weeks back, a very good friend cum Bhaiya, Nilesh too left to Indore, his hometown. He got a job at Pune, where he ll be moving shortly. We both joined the Chennai office and our project on the same day.. He was a good friend, guide, philospher and Bhaiya. I went down the memory lane while yesterday I was wearing the Kurta he gave me ... Those sweets and savouries he gets whenever he comes back from home...Long bike drives... Along with Nilu Bhaiyya, I sure will be missing his Bike which I've used more than like my own bike. Made all kind of daredevilry in the Chennai roads with his FREEDOM bike!!! And me and Satya used to like his oft repaeted trademark phrase - "Koi dikkat Nahi"

Anyways relocating places are inevitable. Wish both of them best wishes in all their endeavours and career ahead.

And Coming to the movie segment -Saw Vallavan, DON, Pyar ke Side Effects last. Not going into their deep reviews...PKSE was in fact too good than what I expected; Malika for a change, did some real good acting. Saikat Chaudhari, the director delivered a wholesome entertainer with his innovative presentation and Rahul Bose, as always gave an awesome performance. And yeah, your whole notions about Coffee would change ;-) Watch it and you ll get to know what I mean.
Vallavan was Okay-Okay types. Read the review here.

DON, the new version is good but doesnt fit into the 'fantastic, fabulous, Awesome' label. The twists made in the new versions give refreshed look. Changes made were all hi-tech when compared the Amitabh's DON. This time you have swanky cars, hi-fi gadgets, a disk in place of diary, locales in Malaysia, the gorgeous Priyanka and Kareena and reloaded remix'ed MUSIC. As a whole, Don lives upto the expectations -- DON ko pakadna Mushkil nahi Naamumkin hei !

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