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The Most Disgusting Movie Scenes

Recently Rajeev Masand started a series on CNN IBN’sĀ popular show “NOW SHOWING” in which the most disgusting movie scenes would be telecasted.I had recently watched a disgusting movie by the name of “DATE MOVIE” and hence did not have much difficulty in describing the worst scene i have witnessed as the whole movie itself was disgusting šŸ™‚ Ā .

HereĀ isĀ myĀ messageĀ toĀ RajeevĀ MasandĀ describingĀ theĀ scene—-

By far the most disgusting movie and scenes I have seen are from the “Date Movie”(2006).Watch the movie once and you will have a number of scenes that will make you puke.The director and story writer feel that being gross is funny.But they are entirely mistaken.Just about every scene in the movie is disgusting and the movie itself is one “disgusting scene”But the scene that has me go “Yuckkkkk” is the one in which Eddie Griffin and Fred Willard are playing basketball with Fred without a shirt.While dodging each other Eddie (who is shorter than Fred) happens to swallow some of Fred’s chest hair and his sweat too.But the worst part was to see Eddie cough out the hair ball and the camera zooming to capture the effect of sweat droplets falling out of his mouth and that too in slow motion. Please do show this scene to your viewers so that they too have to go through the same excruciating pain that i had to incur šŸ™‚ .

The video did get telecasted on CNN IBN šŸ™‚ .CheckĀ theĀ videoĀ forĀ yourselfĀ but don’tĀ blameĀ meĀ ifĀ uĀ feel like puking after viewing it.

January 30, 2007 at 9:16 pm 3 comments

What did ya do in your holidays????

That’s a question you are generally asked by your colleagues/friends after you return back after a long break . When I was faced by this question by my friends, I really found it difficult to answer and replied “Nothing Yaar,just enjoyed “…what a pathetic answer to provide. Infact I feel the question is more of a rhetorical question, which is just put forth as an ice breaker to start a conversation after a long break.What do you think???

After i reached home(from college) ,I rattled my brains to ponder over what I hadĀ doneĀ  in my holidays …..and here’s the result of some serious rattling šŸ™‚ …..
* Played a lot of gully cricket and tennis….. cheating,fighting,swearing Ā do come along šŸ™‚ .
* Read just one book—“Anything for you ma’am….An IITian’s Love Story“.But quenched my thirst for reading by devouring over sm hundreds of blog articles šŸ™‚
*Watched around 35 movies atlast count…..wooa enjoyed this marathon
*Started blogging regularly.
*Going to CCD ( Cafe Coffee Day) and then to the neighbouring Miramar Beach andĀ chattingĀ withĀ friends was a daily routineĀ …..plan to continue thisĀ ordeal duringĀ collegeĀ timesĀ tooĀ  šŸ™‚ .

So the holidays were quite monotonously spent but i enjoyed every bit of them nonetheless.
College has just started and we friends have suddenly got the urge to go out on a trip,probably to Pune.So wish me a Bon Voyage and let me relish on an extended holiday šŸ™‚

How did you guys spend your holidays???Were they as monotonous as mine or you did something more creative????Maybe I could take some pointers from you people ….. šŸ™‚

January 23, 2007 at 3:58 pm 7 comments

Cricket Blackout……India wins,Indians do not witness

I was all geared upto watch today’s cricket match.Preponed my tennis schedule,got up at 6.00 am and went to play so that I could come home early and watch every ball of the match.At 9.00 am i left the tennis court and was all set to catch the match.
How would the Gambhir-Ganguly jodi work,will Sachin click in the middle order,will the Indian bowlers click????These were the questions that kept pounding my brain and I knew all the answers would be available soon.But man I was in for a mighty big SHOCK and so were 50 million of Indian cricket fans…
I did not know on which channel the match was being shown.So took my remote and started doing what I’m best at….Switching Channels.Few minutes later after glancing through Star Sports,DD sports,Espn,Ten Sports,Zee Sports……i was like ,”The match is today na?” Decided to call up a friend and ask him which god damn channel was the match being telecasted.The news he gave me made me go berserk,all that left my mouth were $%&^#@#$ and many many more explectives….


January 21, 2007 at 11:27 pm 10 comments

A Song that I listen 24*7

I may have not been impressed by Mani Ratnam’s Guru but A.R. Rehman’s music has completely won my heart(and my ears too).But one song from Guru that has touched me like none other is Hariharan’s and Alka Yagnik’s love duet “Ay Hairathe Aashiqui“. Great lyrics by Gulzar and the humming effect created by A.R. Rehman at the start of the song give the song a whole new dimension and raise it to an entirely new terrain.In today’s X generationĀ  such love songs do come as a pleasant surprise indeed.

Check out the lyrics and listen to this melodious song here.

January 19, 2007 at 3:27 pm 8 comments

Speak Out

FoundĀ Ā this funny and meaningful picture on net and decide to share it with my blogreaders šŸ™‚

Speak Out

Funny isn’t it????? šŸ™‚ Have a nice day ahead….

January 18, 2007 at 5:51 pm 5 comments

Death On Duty

Ā Manjunath a boy from a poor family got into one of the most prestigious colleges that we all aspire to get, IIM L(IIM Lucknow).His parents thought that their bad days would have finally gone and the bed would have been all rosy from here on.But it was not to be so.

After graduating from IIM L ,Manjunath took up a job as a sales manager in IOC(Indian Oil Corporation) unlike his other colleagues who took jobs abroad with large pay packages,Manjunath wanted to serve the country.He became Indiaā€™s first independent sales manager in over a decade.But that joy did not last long.



January 18, 2007 at 12:25 pm 3 comments

Amit Salutes

There are many people in this world who inspire you through theirĀ noble deeds,their unique talent,their courage and their determination.These are those people who you have never met,people with whom you have never interacted,but still they leave an undying impression upon you.You aspire to be like them .This section “Amit Salutes” is a tribute by me to all those people who have inspired me in some way or the other.Initially I was envisaging to anoint this section as “India Salutes” but then I thought Why should my opinion be generalised as the country’s.Therefore Amit Salutes it is.

Do check this section regularly for truly inspirational tales which will surely be instrumental in influencing you in a positive manner.

P.S.—-If any of you readers know about such people who deserve a mention in this category.Do mail me at

January 18, 2007 at 10:27 am Leave a comment

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