A Liar's Guide to the Dreams..

In the dead of the night, the dreams come in one by one. They cling to you with soft acceptance, and they know it all..

These are the dreams which leave a note of remembrance. They cling to our tongues like a bittersweet delight.

They feel familiar, though their flavour melts in the mouth... and taste distinctly unusual.


October 27, 2006

Once there was a Cow...

And that was fattened and cut up.

And poor Panu was stuck with the calf.


So at this point if anyone wonders what the heck is this sadly demented woman screeching about, I daresay, the calf is a symbol. A symbol for dewy-eyed susceptibility and an unerring nose for trouble.

This has been my punishment, my sorrow, my unfortunateness that there was once a DON, who was ze Great Boss....

And then there was the calf. The Clone. The deceptive little thing that was nigh on impossible to make out from outside what it was going to be. That thrill of anticipation was so great that even Panu decided to place a bet on the outcome.

RESULT : Ah, clones are never the same. Just look at Dolly. And look at Rampal trying to be Pran, OH THE DISGUST it fills me with {together with a healthy dose of lust to see those gorgeous mass-scale muscles on the move.... thanks Mr. Almighty for still keeping thick-skinned men whom women(and of course, the occassional male as well) ogle}.

And then came that stutterer whom I expected to say "d-d-d-d-donji!!" any moment in the film, and somewhere in the first half-an-hour, I started to regret not going to see "Jaan-e-Mann" (where there were a lot of long-haired bare-chested crying men, from those reports I heard.... and nicer songs).

So all in all, NO, I WAS NOT HAPPY To Spend hard-earned money on something that was a cross between Duplicate and Manikchand Ad.

And advice to all who will be spending their hard-earned cash in the near future for it : Please. You'll get the CD of the real thing for a few rupees... stick to it.

Nobody, but nobody can beat the Big B.

6 comments:

J. Alfred Prufrock said...

I entirely agree. Nobody comes close. Especially not 'K-k-k-k-Karan ... '
BUT he's much sharper than Big B OFF-screen. Tied Prannoy Roy in knots during that last interview.

J.A.P.

panu said...

thats true... AH, Welcome Back to myn humblest blog.... missed the bites.

sandman said...

Yuck!The film has effectively destroyed Farhan's n Midival Punditz(composers) reputations.The best part of the film was seeing SRk getting his ass kicked.Just check out his hamming....there is absolutely no difference between Don n Vijay except a permanent frown.

Oh!The humanity of it........

panu said...

Sandman, i daresay when I saw Dil Chahta Hai, I never believed FA could go so low...

Sigh.

What people does for reconstructions.

"sen"sational said...

I didn't find it so bad!!! :o

panu said...

well, to each his/her own.