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April 19, 2008

A movie trip

Filed under: Just talking,Movies/TV — Cris @ 18:37
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Another day another mishap! This time it was a movie which became another. We are talking mutation you know. I wish I could tell there is some serious scientific explanation behind all this. There isn’t.

A friend of mine and I were planning a movie outing for some time and finally made it today. We wanted to see Kraazy4 but that stopped running here after the first 3 or 4 days it seems. Our next pick was U, Me Aur Hum. My friend reached there first and booked the tickets for us. We climbed to the third floor and waited there happily with other prospective audience. Suddenly everyone started climbing down. My friend and I thought for a minute. Fast thinkers that we are, she said “What they do, we do”. I felt that was a wise idea, why didn’t I think of it. We followed them. I told my friend don’t worry this will add up as exercise and they are doing it cause we still had 20 minutes for the show to start. She said she hoped I was right. I wasn’t.

“Satellite problem. Hindi movie is not running today”, the guy at the counter told us. Satellite problem??? “Must be something special Ajay Devgan came up with”, my wise friend said. It was refund or watch-another-movie. We chose a Tamil movie. Nepali, it was called. My friend said she already forgot the name 10 minutes after we started watching it. I told her its better we forget it forever. As it started she asked me “will it be good” and I said “of course, there is Jasmine in it”. I have always proved bad with movie reviews so I will not proceed to do that. I end up giving the whole story out. All I can tell is I wouldn’t tell a movie is good cause Jasmine is there in it anymore.

So that’s the movie mutation story. Hindi movie turned Tamil, Ajay Devgan became Bharath and Kajol turned to Jasmine. That last part I like. I like Jasmine. And there were a few things good about the trip. There was good popcorn, good “Maa” and I like walking on those red-carpeted slopes they have in place of stairs. And there was a fourth good thing, for which I can go through any number of mutating movies. There was Pugs. That’s my friend. I wouldn’t dare tell her about this number of mutating movies though. She didn’t take the first one too well.

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8 Comments »

  1. its really great to see crisu’s blog. its simply wonderful..awesome buddy!

    Comment by Renjith — April 20, 2008 @ 18:39 | Reply

  2. Couldnt stop laughing!!! Didnt anyone tell you about Nepali before??

    Comment by Srijith — April 20, 2008 @ 21:33 | Reply

  3. lol tht was funny ! if tis happd few months back , i wukd have been there to experience all this traumas of life ..

    Comment by rose — April 20, 2008 @ 23:09 | Reply

  4. I am glad my sad adventure is a source of entertainment to you guys. Excuse me while I say sob sob, sniff and sniff

    Comment by Cris — April 21, 2008 @ 19:09 | Reply

  5. I have this feeling that someone told you that you looked like Jasmine.Which is the reason why you selected Nepali (whatAname).
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    I know.Iam smart.

    Comment by Oneirodynic — April 22, 2008 @ 19:54 | Reply

  6. we were not supposed to tell a soul… remember?:)

    Comment by lakshmi dev — April 23, 2008 @ 10:17 | Reply

  7. @Oneirodynic I am not arguin with that :p
    @laks, dont worry people will think I imagined this whole thing up :p

    Comment by Cris — April 27, 2008 @ 08:29 | Reply

  8. It is a funny post, was just imagining all that, was it SL theatre!

    Something similar happend this vacation, me an My Manu went to SL theatre in search of one movie and ended up seeing another movie. I couldn’t even recollect the name of the movie we went in search for coz the movie we watched, ‘Poraali’ was awesome.

    Comment by Javed Miandad — January 24, 2012 @ 03:39 | Reply


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