Movie Trailers - The Disappearance of Alice Creed


Once in a while you come a cross a trailer which is so gripping that you can't wait to watch the movie. The following trailer belongs to that category. The movie looks like an edge of the seat thriller which will keep the audience gripped guessing what happens next.


Movie Trailers - Raajneeti (2 Trailers)

One of the most anticipated Hindi movie of the year is Raajneeti. Directed by Prakash Jha (of ApaharanGangaajal, and Damul fame); assembles a breathtaking star cast which includes Nana Patekar (of WelcomeThe Pool, and Apaharan fame); Ajay Devgan (of Company,  Gangaajal, and Omkara fame);  Katrina Kaif (of Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab KahaniWelcome, and New York fame); Ranbir Kapoor (of Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab KahaniRocket Singh: Salesman of the Year, and Wake Up Sid fame); Manoj Bajpai (of SatyaVeer-Zaara, and Jail  fame); Naseeruddin Shah (of A Wednesday!Omkara, and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen fame); Arjun Rampal (of Om Shanti OmRock On, and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna fame) amongst others. The movie plans to expose the underbelly of Indian politics and seems really interesting. This movie is also said to be an adaptation of 'The Mahabharata'. The movie is slated to release on June 04 2010.


Interesting Links Found Online (ILFO) April 20, 2010

Advertising/ Brands/ Shoes: 26 Creative Advertisements of Shoes- Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks


Editorials & Opinions/ IPL Controversy: Pritish Nandy's view on IPL and the ongoing controversy- Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @PritishNandy


Internet/ Facebook: How to Suck at Facebook (user discretion requested) - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks


Internet/ Twitter: 7 Things you did not know about Twitter- Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @ManiKarthik


Miscellaneous: 10 Things Your Hairdresser Won't Tell You - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @manishmahuja


Miscellaneous: 50 Famously Successful People Who Failed at First - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks


Miscellaneous: Beautiful Creative Sculptures with Sand- Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @shareordie


Movies/ Saawariya/ Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Sony Pictures India: The Curious Case of Saawariya - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @RajeevMasand


Photography/ Volcano: Iceland's disruptive volcano - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @big_picture


Travel: 10 Best Hot Tubs Around The World - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @manishmahuja



Random Thoughts: MBA and the ultimate goal

Disclaimer: The post below doesn't speak about all the students doing their MBA. If you're highly offended by the post below, you're either one of the students being mentioned below or just oblivious to the entire situation. In any of the cases, I sincerely feel sorry for you. My deepest sympathies are with you my friend ;)

The process of getting into a good B-School (Business School) is pretty structured. Students start with the grind of preparing so called entrance exams which is known to test how fast and accurately a student can answer questions based on elementary maths, not so elementary English, deciphering various charts or paragraphs filled with data which you convert into information to answer questions, and in some cases even add ons like General Knowledge etc. What seems like an exam actually resemble the gates of hell if not the place in itself.

Beautiful People Interview with Karan Johar post release of MNIK

If you enjoyed watching the Lalit Modi interview on this blog (click here to check the post being mentioned) earlier, here's yet another interview from the series of 'Beautiful People' by Anuradha Sengupta (click here to follow her on twitter). In this installment the personality being interviewed is Mr. Karan Johar (click here to follow Karan on Twitter) who is by fan one of the most successful Indian film makers. Although a selective body of work of just 4 movies in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna and the most recent My Name is Khan (MNIK). Karan is considered a legend in his own right and rightly so.

Create Your New Blog in 6 Steps

Continuing the series of how to create, maintain, promote a new blog with a post which would help the readers to make a note, think and evaluate the steps suggested below before creating a new blog. This post has been written after having been on the blogosphere for over a year and a half now and having made small mistakes, interctions with so many bloggers and getting their views as well.

Creating and maintaining a blog is NO BIG DEAL, it's NOT difficult and most importantly it's NOT just for 'dorks, nerds and geeks'. On the contrary once you start blogging you'd experience that blogging is a highly effective medium to channelize your creative energies and showcase your talent easily.

Random Thoughts: Blackberry

This is the first post in the serious of an idea that I call 'Random Thoughts'. The idea of posts in this category is to share my thoughts with the readers about anything under the sun. The length, number of times when posts in this category would appear on the blog is all relative. I'd request YOU, the reader to please share your views and comments on the thoughts which I share because the main purpose of this blog is to ideally connect with the readers and get to know their point of view vis-a-vis mine. The idea of this post is about my views on BlackBerry (BB).

Interesting Links Found Online (ILFO) April 06, 2010


Architecture: A Kaleidoscope of #Architecture (50+ Pics) - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks

Awareness/ Environment: 26 Awesome Interactive Pictures of Earth Hour 2010 - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks (MUST SEE)

Body Language: 10 Body Language Blunders (multiple page post) - Click Here to get redirected to original content. Source @Flipbooks

Blogger: The 7 Traits of Highly Successful Bloggers - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @DragosRoua

Films/ Philosophy/ Self Improvement: 7 Personal Development Lessons – Kung Fu Panda Style - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks (A really well written article, must read if you have seen the movie. If you haven't seen the movie, I suggest you do watch it because it's really good and then read this article)

Health/ Food: Fried breakfast is healthiest start to day, say scientists - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks

Internet/ Business: Where 14 of Top Internet Businesses Started - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @FlipBooks

Miscellaneous: 13 Small Things to Simplify Your Workday - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @GuyKawasaki

Miscellaneous: 30 Habits that will Improve Your Life - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @GuyKawasaki

Photography/ Fireworks: 35 Spectacular Examples of Fireworks in Photography - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks

Photography: 40 Astounding Examples of Abstract Photography - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks

Photography: 88 Examples of Incredible Ariel Photography - Click Here to get redirected to the original content. Source: @Flipbooks

Movie Trailers - Step Up 3D; The Karate Kid & The A-Team

Continuing the trend of posting trailers of upcoming and hugely anticipated  movies.


Step Up 3D (Really good, recommended as a must watch video)



The Karate Kid (This is the second trailer of this movie posted on this blog. To watch the first trailer, click here)



The A-Team



101 Ideas for your new blog

Till date it's not difficult to come across people who think and have a notion that blogging is really difficult or even worse, that it's a thing that nerds and geeks do. That's indeed a clear misconception because blogging has always been a medium to express your thoughts, feelings, opinions etc. on topics which you connect with/ relate to. Having said that, there are no doubts, that there was a time when creating a blog meant knowing a lot of HTML, SEO rules, basic coding and a lot of other things. But that's a story of the past. Today a blog is just as good as the time invested in it by the blogger and the interest taken. Frankly, I think every person should at least try their hand at blogging at least once to understand the real deal. Let's hope these series of posts help you to make your decision.

In more ways than one, owning a blog is an excellent way to utilize your leisure time, it's a liberating feeling which gives you a sense of achievement. The idea of this post (and a few more to follow in the series of how to make your own blog and maintain it) is to help you clear your inhibitions and realize how easy the process of creating your blog is. In this post I plan to mention, not 1; 10; 25; 50 but 101 areas of interest which you can use in parts, as a whole, mix a few topics of your interest together or think of a topic not mentioned in the list below for your blog; because truly, with blogging sky is not the limit, it's just the starting line.



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