Tuesday, November 30, 2010

What a wonderful world

Watched the film Guzarish. Though impressive screenplay and cinematography but the overall rendition was gloomy. The audience remain detached to the protagonist his cause and his life and sufferings all of which was kind of forcefully induced into the minds of the people. Overtly idealistic characters, with no shades of grey seemed choking at times. It was more like watching a play on the stage rather than watching a movie on the screen. Its high time Bansali changes his settings from black and white and Victorian to something more contemporary and appealing - the last three movies have the same kind of look making it tiring for the eyes. Commendable performances as guaranteed in all Bansali movies and the moving music are the forte of the movie.

Friday, May 28, 2010

veg pulao


ingredients
basmati rice
tomato
carrot
beans
ghee
salt
garam masala
kaju
kismis
beet root
elaichi

put the coker on gas
put some ghee and heat it
fry the rice and all the cut vegetables
then put salt, kju, kismis, garam masala and elaichi
close the coooker and put the weight on it
let it cook till two whistles
pulao is ready!

prawn rice


heat oil in pan and then fry prawns in it; then put ginger garlic paste salt and turmeric;now cook the rice a little and put the half cooked ricwe in the prawn pan and mix and let it get cooked for a while...also put tomato sauce or tomato paste and soya sauce for taste

Saturday, February 20, 2010

What's on my mind!!!!!: TV Nostalgia

seems we belong to the same generation...who grew up on a diet of those lovely serials...who can forget farmaan, udaan, kashish, fauji, circus, nukkad...those dreamy yet make beleive stories are unimaginable in today's soaps..

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