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Monday, 10 September 2018

Road Rage Counselling that Indian Road Users Need!

September 10, 2018 0

Road rage these days has become such a common experience in our urban life.Are we moving towards an angry society in general? Our daily stress, our struggles,  frustrations in our day to day life just waits for such opportunities when we can vent out all the anger hidden inside.
The other day I was on the road driving my car .Suddenly two bikes almost cornered me and forced me to stop. I was bit surprised as I couldn't remember touching any vehicle.As I pulled the glass down,one guy started shouting and the other hitting my car window.
As a involuntary reaction I started shouting back without understanding what was the matter.After couple of sentences I understood all this hulla was because it seems  I splashed some water from a small puddle formed due rain last night on one of the guys without realizing.
I was bit shocked that this whole boo haha and stopping the entire traffic was just for little splashed water.i suddenly stopped shouting feeling stupid at the whole situation. Once I decided to shut up the fight was over soon and the guys moved on.
Sometimes I really feel lost.How do we handle such incidents.Do we remain just quiet as ignoring may not be an option in many cases. or should be fight back to prove our point of what's right.Dont know, wish there was some counseling to help handle such situations.
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Tubelight Movie Review

September 10, 2018 0
Every year Eid has a Salman's film release.For last few years these have been Salman's big hits Kick, Bajrangi Bhaijan,Sultan etc.But Tube light is different.Not exactly unexpected from Kabir khan as he is known as a thinking director & can take up unique subjects but this was not the quintessential Salman Khan movie.Here Salman was not the usual strong  super smart person who always knows what to do with himself.
After Abbas Mastan's chori chori chupke chupke on surrogacy , I think this was another movie where Salman completely moved out of  his comfort zone
As per media reports, box office returns are not too good . The movie is likeable for its character portrayals mainly by Salman and the small kid Matin. 
During an interview, Kabir Khan spoke a lot about the chemistry between brothers but I think Suhail's screen presence was too short to project it much. It was the camaraderie between Salman and Martin thats shines through the movie
Also the movie draws attention to general reaction to minorities in conflict situation The first reaction is in such cases is anger ,revolt & attack.. And this probably is applicable globally as experienced in US Post 9/11 and in Europe in recent times.
The songs kintu parantu & Radio are amazing.Lyrics are superb & so  melodious that you just hold on to them.
The script is meaningful & emotional. Editing could have been more crisp to make the film shorter.
For me Tubelight was onetime good watch . One of the better efforts by Salman  may be better than Kick or Ek tha  tiger Overall I found it a movie worth a watch.
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Sunday, 25 June 2017

Club 60 Hindi Movie Review - Farookh Sheikh ,Sarika

June 25, 2017 0

A movie about  people on the other side of 50, not the usual main stream stuff but quite engrossing. Its a story about people with different backgrounds who have gone through ups & downs of life yet have the courage to go on and be happy with what they have.

The movie starts with a monologue by a Doctor about the joyous life he and his Dr wife & son had together as a family . The son gets selected for a course in US & goes off to study there.Life is a joy ride till it comes shattering down by the sudden death of the son in a random shooting incident.

The Doctor couple decides to move to Bombay to get over all the memories of happy days. The father goes  into severe depression & even tries to commit suicide.His wife is relatively stronger .She starts her medical practice & tries to go back to a normal life.

In the middle of all these, the couple meets a weird guy who stays in the same apartment .He is quite elderly but full of life, joking & having fun all the time.He pushes them to join his regular gossip, enjoy life and to join Club 60 . Intially  they are irritated by his overenthusiasm but eventually they  get close to him, his friends & families .They start appreciating his outlook and start moving towards a normal life.

Both Farooq Sheikh and Sarika prove once again that they are excellent actors.Their presence is effortless.Sarika looks beautiful & dignified in her crisp cotton sarees.Farooq Sheikh captures  the aura of everlasting pain.Again reminds us that such a talented actor is no longer between us.
The movie has a human touch & inspiration for all ages to be happy & content with the life we have, have the courage to face challenges ,adverse situations & move on.
A good watch over the weekend.
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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Prothom Alo by Sunil Gangopadhyay - Bengali Book Review

June 21, 2017 0

Prothom Alo is a Bengali novel by Sunil Gangopadhyay.I feel it is one of the classics & must read by every Bengali reader.Based in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century in Calcutta, the story is interspersed with history and fiction.

Apart from a fictional main leads of the novel,  Rabindranath and Noren ( Later Vivekananda) are key characters .Robi's relationship with Kadambari and Vivekananda relation with Nivedita, apart from many other incidents in their lives makes them very humane and real.

Another very interesting line that the story follows is that of the independent kingdom.of Tripura,King Birchandra and his successor,their way of life,their interest in literature,music and art.

The novel  captures the ethos of Calcutta as it was in those days and transports the reader into a different world of Arising patriotism, intellectual thoughts, development of new wave of education. Bengali 's unwavering love for literature,arts and adda.

With a fictional tone the story takes us through the lives & moments of many important great men & women of that era.It brings us close to the revolution in theatre, education, Business, Literature happening all around during that period.We come across several legends like Jyotirindranath, Jagdish chandra Basu,vidyasagar, Girishchandra etc. At the same time it gives an insight into women's position in those days even in relatively modern Calcutta and the changing times where by some women get exposed to Education and equity.

I am not a regular Bengali reader and my yearly foray is only into shardiya Desh.So I ventured into a full fledged Bengali novel after long.But this book was a class apart and rekindled my love for reading in Bangla.The book captures and flows through the golden era of Bengali literature & culture.

Want To Read The Book? You can buy it from the link below. 

Product details

  • Hardcover: 1134 pages
  • Publisher: Ananda Publishers (2015)
  • Language: Bengali
  • ISBN-10: 8177568299
  • ISBN-13: 978-8177568295
  • Package Dimensions: 24.6 x 16 x 5.6 cm 
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Monday, 19 June 2017

Contact Us - Team InsideEmo

June 19, 2017 0

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Sunday, 18 June 2017

ABOUT US - Team InsideEmo

June 18, 2017 0

Welcome To InsideEmo. A Website where we share our emotions.

Emotions about what?

Anything that we care about.

Currently we are starting off with Books & Movies.

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