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Lovely nature and cool climate

Lovely nature and cool climate

The weekend that went past was pleasant – had time to spend with my family. On Saturday, I (accompanied by my wife) had to rush from the office to reach the Office of the Subregistrar to get my marriage registered. Luckily for us, it did not take much time – courtesy my father-in-law who had by then arranged for the application and all those documents required. We then had our lunch and took some rest. In the evening, we were to become host to the couple Mr. & Mrs. Naveen, who got married five months ago. They arrived at 15 minutes past seven. We spent some time chit-chatting and had our dinner. After my friend left, I along with my wife and sister, went to a movie “Ullasanga Uthsahanga”. It was almost two months that I watched a movie. The movie cast debutant Yaso Sagar as hero and Sneha Ullal (“Lucky” fame) as the heroine. The movie did not have a proper subject line; it was entertaining during the first half though the second half was slow and boring. It was worth watching once.

On Sunday, I woke up at around 9 am, had my breakfast (pooris with yummy alu curry) and took a nap again till 1pm. This was the first time we got sometime after marriage and so we started setting things in proper place. After a delayed lunch at 4pm we watched another movie “Mr. Pellam”. The movie casting Dr. Rajendra prasad (popular telugu hero) and Aamani, is one of the most famous movies directed by cartoonist and ace telugu director Bapu. A typical telugu movie (most of Bapu’s movies are like that), it is an interesting movie about the life of a middle-class couple and how circumstances force them to exchange their roles – with the wife working and the husband taking care of the household activities and children. This movie, I bet, would make people watch it without any break as it gives freshness and relief to your mind from a tiring week’s work. After the movie, we went out and bought vegetables and other stuff for the next week. On the whole, I had a pretty pleasant weekend with some time to spend with my family and myself. I’d love to have every weekend to be as pleasurable.


Here I come again breaking the two-month break from my blog. I was on leave for two weeks (got married). My friends suggest me to update the blog regularly. That I believe would help me improve my writing but seldom do I stick to this. There have been several instances of my blog being updated with a couple of posts back to back and then not post anything for month(s). I was back to office from September 1st. I thought of updating my blog after rejoining the office but failed to do so. Not that I do not have thoughts to write about; it is just a matter of deciding to go ahead. My friend Santhosh (“Your darling Santhosh…” as my wife teases me) comments me for being lazy while the Chatter box (Vinay) of our team complains about my inconsistency at blogging. Whatever one says I just wait for the time when I (feel) have thoughts flowing freely.

It has been more than a year I started this blog but it has only 15 posts. Most often what stops me from putting my thoughts on the blog is my intuition. All of a sudden I wonder why my thoughts do not take shape as a write up. I wait and wait and wait till the moment I am comfortable about writing. So, after thinking for sometime and deciding to go ahead with anything that comes to my mind, I started with this post. Even as I began writing this post, Srinivas Sir shouted at me “How many days would you continue with this post?” It was only the previous day that he suggested me to update my blog. Today before coming up with this write up, I read a few posts from Mr. Ram Gopal Varma’s blog. It was quite interesting. I admire him for his direction of a few movies I like and hate some of his experiments with cinema. After reading some posts on his blog, I understood that people hate him more than his movies. I really wonder why he has to be hated when his movies / direction could be criticised.

I’ve decided to end this post here. You might feel/think this post ended abruptly but I do not wish to put down any more thoughts here.

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