Monday, March 12, 2012

chaar din ki chaandni

- Taran Adarsh’s Rating:
Uninhibited and naughty, Chaar Din Ki Chandni is an enjoyable madcap comic caper with adequate frenzied moments to keep you in your seats. A good laugh is assured!

Like a shaadi ka band, CDKC's tone is mostly raucous - and good fun. Its script crosses swords with British writer P G Wodehouse's zany plots while paying hurried homage to masala-mixed Bollywood, leaving little time to worry about subtlety or depth. CDKC is a movie made by Bollywood-lovers for those who like their cinema pretention-free.

Diary Of A Buterfly movie review

Bhaggyashri Production and Prince Movies’ Diary Of A Butterfly (A) is the story of an ambitious girl who would do anything to climb the ladder of success in her profession as a fashion designer.

Gul (Udita Goswami) comes from Jaipur to Bombay to pursure her dream of fashion designing. She joins the company of Vivek (Harsh Chhaya) to whom she soon complains about Adi (Ronny Jhutti), her senior who seeks sexual favours from her for okaying her designs. This is her way of getting back at Adi with whom she had to sleep. She soon becomes Vivek’s blue-eyed employee and is promoted, but stabs him in the back when she gets a far more lucrative job offer from his competitor, Ravi Bajaj (Aryan Vaid). Before long, she ditches Ravi Bajaj too to join Xavier (Rajesh Khattar).

Gul’s mother, Shobha (Rati Agnihotri), always reminds Gul to maintain a diary, jotting down the day’s happen- ings in it as she feels, it would serve as a mirror of her life. Gul obliges but she soon tires of writing the diary. This is because of her own moves in life and also because she feels terribly let down by Karan (Rajeev Singh), her boyfriend in Jaipur, and her two friends in Bombay, Carol (Sofia Hayat) and Pia (Sneha Belani).

The Vow movie review

The Vow is a 2012 romantic drama film directed by Michael Sucsy, starring Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Sam Neill, Scott Speedman and Jessica Lange. The film is based on the true story of Kim and Krickitt Carpenter.

The Vow is based on the actual relationship from Farmington, New Mexico, who wrote a book about his marriage, also known as The Vow. Ten weeks after their wedding on 18 September 1993, the couple was in an automobile accident in which Krickitt suffered brain trauma, which erased memories of her romance with Kim as well as their recent marriage. Kim, however, was still madly in love with his wife, although his wife viewed him as a stranger after the accident. However, according to the couple, their faith in Jesus and their wedding vows before God kept them togethe

12th march monday

Morning fitness was a surprise;Ok call from GTa recd problem solved but accusations continued;another call from chalapathi thanks;One more irritating call from someone while on scooter ride to be more careful on bad temper ;seen Golkonda on the way;2 success stories at narsingi plus red hills told SRO lady abt ;
Suguna asked abt Gta;wait at hair cutting guy;

Purchased insulin,b complex;and BP tablets this time brand changed again;Called scooter guy and took scooter and started for field work one success at Uppal but for next day;Ok;Banana guy asked for help unexpected move;Field work fetched;
At Rx stunning upsets to catch from now;

paid electricity bill at e-seva but small wait;Rinas mom paid rs 50/- back gave dress;
days ids drcraces;
Guy at snaks and boy cafe shown interests;

11th march post sunday;

There was mumbai rx;On chalapathis call rushed to HRC rx while rushing wishes of narsin and banana guy;Surprising Ramachandra reddy met at course but disappered and new of ravi again at bangalore;
Suraj wardhwan hot fav mount failed but doubt is on 5 old;portrush 9 old won;One rank outsider of khaitan ruzzan;My luck again (at 100 to one MAM evatina shot won) gained chalapthis confidence again this time had scotch whisky;dropped him at station nedurumalli borther seen;auto guy new road ;nothing was at home to eat missed insulin;insulin money won yeah;


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