Sunday, February 22, 2009

Emotional Atyachaar

I saw 'Dev D' last Saturday. The movie was all about 'I am slut'. I liked the movie. I liked the way the real nature of the boy-girl relationships was displayed in the movie. Paro was 'hot'. I loved it when she said, 'Mein pagal ho rahi hoon' on phone. First on phone, then in Dev's room, then near the gusalkhana, then the boldest and [the best ;)] scene 'ganne ke khet mein' [sugarcane fields], it was all about S. E. X. and I was sitting in the middle of two girls. lucky me! I am still confused whether she (Paro) had really done 'it' with her 'naukar' [Sunil] or not. Then there was Chanda. A sweet but spoiled child. A divine prostitute, sex worker, escort or like she said randi . I liked her role. And 'Dev'... phew! he was the biggest of the sluts, who screwed himself. I also liked the way the story writer has changed the ending from that of the conventional 'Devdas' [Don't ask me how... go watch movie]. Moral of the story: Indian Cinema is getting bolder and we have started talking about sex as another activity Ha! strange. [I wonder what my parents have to say about it ;) :P]
I also read ‘Of course I love you!... till I find someone better’. Once someone told me to read ‘P.S. I love you’ but I know that would be painful for me, so I ended up reading a book with almost the same name. Kiddin! ;) I just got this book from Manveen accidentally. For the first 100 pages the book was awful. I was cursing myself, why I started reading this. The book was full of mindless affairs, girls, kisses and sex, but then a breakup happened in the middle of the book and the other half of the book suddenly became awesome. The main character of the book was in agony, real agony. I sometimes think that its always other people’s agony which gives us pleasure. More the other person is in pain, more happy we are. Or may be the Newton’s law of energy applies to happiness also. ‘The happiness is constant. It can never be created nor be destroyed; It can only be transferred from one person to another or transformed from one form to another. Whatever, but I believe that you can spread happiness even in the most painful days of yours. Like ‘Deb’ in the book did for ‘Amit’ and ‘Astha’ [I liked that part a lot] or like I am doing by showing you this:


This item which I have posted today, reminds me of the days (rather nights) which we have spent copy > pasting the assignments and completing just a lecture before or sometimes after the due dates. Most of the engineers are dextrous in this at least ;)

6 comments:

Mrs Brar said...

Very Good Cartoon finally you are back and I am grateful to you,Ur sketches are again becoming a source of happiness...Yeah From Grateful word I wanna add something ,I read this somewhere (oops! it should not be ur blog)that we should just be grateful to everyone around us, this is the key to happiness.

RidersOntheStorm said...

I would love to comment on this particular blog but at the same time i would keep it pending till the time i watch Dev D. Cartoon your blog had pumped up my desire to watch Dev D.Hope to meet you soon on this blog again, so keep your fingers crossed........

nitin said...

Aman, its very good description of the movie Dev D. The cartoons Aman added they are good. I really like the cartoons.

Riders On the Storm said...

yeah folks, at last i watched Dev D in wee hours of this Friday night.Movie was real blend of reality [Blenders Pride ;)], But remind you every girl is not Paro or Chanda,perhaps the desire can be there. And not every man can be or desired to be Dev D, well exceptions are always there.Hope, u guys out there got the difference.......

reet said...

hi

reet said...

Hi,Palhi baat to ye ye movie mujhe achhi nahi lagi.kyoki jo moive mein dikhaya hai shayd waisa real life mein nahi hota hai,aur meine ye movie aman ke sath dekhi to mujhe achha feel nahi hua ki aisi movie jo hum apne friends ke sath dekhane mein bhi soche to kya fayda aisi movie ka . aur aman ke comment es movie ke liye kafi achhe hai jo mujhe mujhe to galat lagte hai ki wo aisa kaise soch sakta hai mujhe vishvas nahi hota ki usko ye movie achhi lagi.esme relation i mean (pyaar) ka matlab hi badal diya hai.