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Sep 29, 2020 • 9 tweets • 3 min read
A normal year in India consists of innumerable murders, hundreds of sexual assault and we get to witness atleast two or more unspeakable rape attempts, with victims dying pathetically. We vent our rage on social media, shout back to our television for showing us the harsh reality
instead of celebrity gossips, some go the extra mile to voice out and protest. The anger is true but what happens after a fortnight or so? Do we forget because things change for better or get ourselves busy with endless bitter bills and laws thrown on our way. Many of us want to
Aug 30, 2020 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
The shows no one recommend you about sometimes turn out best or atleast something that touches you. I choose most shows out of instinct and "Beauty and the Beast" is a latest one like that. Not a re-telling of the classic legend but has similarities which resemble it.
A human experiment went awry and how it ruins lives for generations, haunting Vincent Keller, Catherine Chandler and how their destinies are intertwined promises an interesting watch though the plot is predictable at times, dialogues are so explicit leaving no room for subtlety
Aug 5, 2020 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
So shameless. Utterly uncivilized. Yes, but not others. You are. If you can't even take criticism in social media you shouldn't be out here in the first place. First of all it's wrong to blame actors for the behaviour of their fans. And @actorvijay has explicitly advised fans
on social media behaviour. You say you stand for women empowerment but you're cheaply thrashing wives of popular actors just because a few out of their many fans are commenting mean words. Honestly, where's the calm down element you used to preach but never practice?
Jul 12, 2020 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Don't wear mask like a chin guard. You could as well not wear it if you're gonna lower it while speaking as the main purpose of a mask is to protect others while you speak and protect you while others speak. Pass it on.
Jul 7, 2020 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
The visible brutality and verbal vulgarity of the movie is sickening but what makes it worse is most of it was irrelevant for the story. The thriller element is forced and lacks coherence. Whenever a knot is made it should be untied at some place. There are some logical flaws out
of many from the entire film is as follows.
1. Why is the protagonist named Rythm when there's no significance for it?
2. Why Rythm starts issuing search bulletins after her child went missing for a year whereas Anjana's mother starts issuing on day 2?
Jul 5, 2020 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
Thappad means slap and just as it's title suggests, the entire story begins with a slap. A happily convenient marriage on the surface falls apart after the husband slaps his wife. Initially the idea that her husband could slap her shocks the most. Soon after she realises it's not
the slap that hurts more but the indifference shown later by her husband like nothing has happened. The reaction of her in-laws and even her own family except for her father makes her question her entire life. How easily a woman is taken for granted is shown very practically.
Jun 23, 2020 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
I started watching Joey series after I felt I haven't got enough of Joey in F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Then, Joey lasted only 2 seasons, so I began with Man With a Plan and @Matt_LeBlanc has grown undeniably charming with his silver fox looks and all. Within few episodes I got hooked to the
content. The period of life which is not usually shown in movies & TV shows : 15th year of marriage with three children. The challenges faced in their relationship, endless debates on parenting and occasional yet consistent discussions about feminism & the responsibility of a man
Jun 16, 2020 • 5 tweets • 4 min read
Money Heist happen to be one of the most engaging series I've watched so far. The plot revolving around carrying out two sensational heists by a talented yet complicated crew guided by the Professor who is the brain for the entire operation.
Even great geniuses stumble because of emotions but is it a bump or a fall, the Professor will face after falling in love and developing personal attachments with his team members who he once called with city names? It has got everything, sheer class, insanity, intelligence,
Jun 8, 2020 • 13 tweets • 1 min read
For women : What is your role in your family?
Did you went out since first lockdown?
Jun 7, 2020 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
In Chennai to control the spread they're again planning for a complete lockdown. Why can't they understand that this can't be achieved simply by locking everyone in their homes. Moreover the numbers got spiked when the 4 day complete lockdown was inserted last time.
More awareness among people and conducting more tests by government is the only way out. Instead of going for a complete lockdown, try limiting the opening of shops for various purposes like saloons, bakeries, beauty parlors, restaurants and open only grocery, vegetable shops
Jun 5, 2020 • 9 tweets • 1 min read
For an article : Work From Home special.
What was your image of a work from home situation before you actually have to deal with one?
Did your opinion changed eventually from excited to worried to stressed all the time?
Jun 2, 2020 • 6 tweets • 3 min read
Often the villains we throw stones at turn out be victims of misunderstanding/character assassination unintentionally at times but mostly stuck irrevocably in a power system of injustice. People who view it from outside obviously become victims of ignorance not knowing the truth.
And also the basic societal mindset of how easy it's to believe that a woman would've done something horrible but how difficult it gets to prove that something horrible has happened to that woman is shown with ultimate clarity. Casting couldn't be more appropriate as everyone
May 28, 2020 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
In our college hostel, every room is supposed to have 4 cots but there was this one room which only had three cots with only 2 occupants. I asked my junior who happened to be one of them about this strange situation. She said that 5 years ago the girl who stayed in that room
Committed suicide,so they've removed her cot. But the story is it seems like they've ruled out the wrong cot no third person could stay in the room for a full year and somehow they'll leave out for no reason. This intrigued me to follow this story right from the start of the year
May 22, 2020 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
For an article : R.S. Bharathi has given a statement that Dalits becoming judges are because of the alms given by Dravidian movement. Was any action taken against him? Or did he expressed regret for his opinion?
Did the party leader looked into the matter regarding Dhayanidhi Maaran's latest statement? Of course, he apologized in twitter but what about defaming someone regarding their caste. Did he receive any action from the party head?
May 15, 2020 • 5 tweets • 3 min read
My earliest memory of watching @actorvijay on screen is watching him in "Kannukul Nilavu" during primary school days. My mom left me before TV and went on to do some work & without really understanding anything I just stayed seeing the movie till the end.
Another one strong memory is that my auto driver Anna who used to drive me home from school will ask everyday whether I like Thala or Ilaya Thalapathy (in those days)& will make fun that he won't drop me home if I didn't say Thala. I will always say I like only Ilaya Thalapathy.
May 13, 2020 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
This is the first Kannada movie I watched & as the story went I kept appreciating within how they had covered the girl's emotions without overdoing it. And then right after Rohit reappears I felt everything the opposite way as it all turned out to be ironical in the end.
Dia obsessed over Rohit but then he came back when she's finally got over him & is love with another guy. Adi gave perfect advice for her all along but then went anyway despite his mom's word. Dia once again took a risk & ran after Adi only to watch him die before her eyes.
May 6, 2020 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
How a mismatched dabbawalla service leads to a lunchbox romance (platonic) through letter correspondence between a doomed housewife who is facing the cold indifference of her husband & a widowed lonely workaholic who uses rigidity as his defence mechanism.
The wife doesn't even want to rectify the mistake occurred because this appreciation of an unknown stranger means more to her than her husband who just takes everything for granted. Their sharing, idea exchanges, complications and practical reality is shown with artful eyes.
Apr 25, 2020 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
A bloody, brutal psycho movie which makes you feel like you're trapped into the never moving hour of gloom. Initially it opened like it will discuss a lot about what makes people psycho & their characteristics in detail but then it just pondered on rescuing the one woman.
There are also unanswered questions till the end. The teacher punished him & crossed lines so he imprisoned her but why particularly he chooses women who excel in their fields to be his target? Why he removes their head & why he display the corpse that way?
1. How WHO acted in this difficult time from the beginning?
2. What do you think about the accusations of America on WHO, that it gave misinformation & favours China? What is the attitude of WHO for now?
Apr 12, 2020 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
ஸ்டாலின் அரசியல் செய்றாருனு சொல்லிட்டு இவங்க செய்ற சதி தான் பலமா இருக்கு. ஏற்கனவே lockdown ல முடங்கி போய் இருக்க மக்கள், குறிப்பாக ஏழை மக்களுக்கு யாராவது உதவி செய்தால் தான் கொஞ்சமாவது இந்த இக்கட்டான சூழ்நிலையை சமாளிக்க முடியும்.
அரசு எல்லாத்தையும் அமோகமாக செய்து விட்டால் எதிர்கட்சி க்கு வேலையே இல்லையே. பெரும்பாலான இடங்களில் காய்கறிகள், முகக்கவசங்கள், கை சுத்திகரிப்பான்கள் போன்ற ( அதாவது, மக்கள் கடைகளில் வாங்கும்) பொருட்களையே வழங்கி வருகின்றார் ஸ்டாலின்.
Mar 25, 2020 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
Could see videos of police atrocities from all around India. I understand it's a tough time for you but you should understand you've signed up for any kind of casualties since when you started wearing your uniform for the first time. People need to be educated and warned.
In so many videos, police just beat people with lathi even after hearing their explanation. It's 144. Lockdown for a medical emergency purpose. And it's your duty to ensure that the purpose gets fulfilled without violating your other purpose, that is to save & protect people.