Category Archive for 'movie'

independence day – not just another holiday any more

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

This was a highlight in a mail from Today’s Kagga, which I feel is indeed true… Consider this movement for example… The Design for Giving Challenge is a contest applicable for kids between 10 to 13.. Interview with school kids… This video and movement reminds me of a really thought provoking movie… A social studies […]

monsoon Kannada movie – mungaaru maLe

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

Recently went to Mungaarina maLe – Nataraj theater, in Central – (opp to Samrat hotel). Initially went more as a driver than a viewer as I was kind of neutral about watching. Based on trailers posters etc it seemed to be the sterotype and predictable kind of movie. Went more as a family driver – […]

a puzzle

Saturday, February 24th, 2007

Some time ago, saw Life is Beautiful again. One of the puzzles Roberto asks: What is it: The more there is of it, the less you can see it.

lage raho munna bhai

Thursday, October 12th, 2006

Finally managed to see the movie Lage Raho Munna Bhai last week! In summary I’d say it was not just a case of a ghost or schizophrenia or a new label ‘gandhigiri’, but a simple matter of discovering within ourselves… an elegant and creative possibility of living non-destructively ! 🙂

movie: Life is beautiful

Tuesday, September 21st, 2004

Life is Beautiful
(Italian movie with English subtitles)

Vita è bella, La (1997)
Directed by

Roberto Benigni

movie: Finding Nemo

Saturday, June 19th, 2004

This is a movie that a lot of adults are likely to miss dismissing it as a cartoon movie – which are after all supposed to be for kids. But luckily I saw it, and felt its nothing short of a brilliant masterpiece! The story, animation, the ideas, the funny one-liners, so many facts of […]

miserable reality?

Friday, April 16th, 2004

[based on an email to family] The idea of me writing this is not to show you what I have discovered/believe [anyway I expect it will probably change later, esp after I get married] but hope to elicit a reply on what *you* think about it. And there is no “correct” or “wrong” answer, so […]