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I have never been so away from my blog (i.e. my diary) except the summer vacations and even on return i would always have a lot to share but now i am all blank. At least let me give you the reason of my diappearance for so much time: WORK. Being invited to participate in several business meetings here and there for the last couple of weeks, and at the same time trying to cope with new projects within limited time, i really felt knocked down, hence my bed have been my best friend rather than my computer lately!

I still blame myself for spending my days and nights without writing even a single note or news here, yet when i consider my days spent in rush, i reminded myself that “i have only 24 hours per day!”.

In the meantime, i still managed to see a few movies such as Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (which was a really awful bad movie, Dulha Mil Gaya (it was chick-flick yet it was decorated with the esteemed appearance of SRK), Kurbaan (it was a really good one which kept me under effect for days and soundtrack was also nice to hear, especially Shukran Allah), and lastly i watched Slumdog Millionaire for the second time (with an utmost delight again).

That is all for the being. The busy girl will try to be back in blogsphere with more news┬áhopefully soon…till then take care! ­čśÇ

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slumdog_millionaireOne of the most influential movies i have seen recently leaving your mind in shock and your eyes wide open even after the screen says “the end”. Frankly speaking, i didn’t hear the name of the leading actor of this movie before–Dev Patel–and i should emphasize that despite his young age he does a really cool job there…

The movie proceeds with flashbacks…a young boy with slam area backround joins in a “who wants to be a millionaire” competition just to reach the girl he is in love with rather than the money itself…as the competition goes on he seems to know the answer of each and every question no matter how simple, difficult or intellectual┬á the questions are! Just before the last questions he is taken under arrest in order to be interrogated whether to find out┬áhe cheats or not…Then comes the heart-breaking part of the movie…He starts to exlain how he knows each question right and each explation corresponds to another bitter memory from his suffering life…

The audience is now face to face with his/her conscience….A childhood spent in a shanty town, withnessing her parents’ death, stuck between some religious fights, getting stabbed in the back by his own brother, a painful love story,┬ácruel face┬áof the real world and many other points to be touched…

It┬áis not a chick-flick movie to have some nice time and distract your mind from the daily stressful flow of life; on the contrary it conveys messages to the audience and make him/her think about certain things once again…

We are not able to choose a life to live but our destiny has the power to choose for us!

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