November 20, 2013 | By: Vidyanath Aarvi

Bite !!!

        Most of us are familiar with mosquito bites. If you had the opportunity to travel abroad, you might have heard about bed bug bites. If you had the experience with bed bugs, you would agree that they are even more dreadful than the mosquito bites. In this post, a more powerful, subtle, prejudice-directed, untraceable bite is explored. The dictionary says it is

backbite (v): To speak spitefully or slanderously about (another).

        As you noticed, it is a verb. That means anyone of us can actually backbite our fellow colleague or friends or even relatives. The tendency is with everyone. Since everyone is imperfect, we make mistakes. When they are pointed out, exclusively associated to a person, spoken about in a repetitive manner, laughed about, the result is an irreversible damage to a person’s reputation. If we look at it honestly, we have to agree that, if we have a practice of backbiting, we are displaying multiple personality. We behave in a certain way in front of a person, and we behave in another way behind that person. We see that mosquitoes or bed bugs are not partial, they bite us whether we are awake or sleeping irrespective of skin color or racial background. But a backbiter is highly unpredictable, because he/she bites behind the back.

What is the solution?

Well !! We cannot avoid others from biting behind our back, but we can try not to backbite ourselves. We might be able to atleast reduce the frequency. Best thing to have respect for everyone, irrespective of whether they are older or younger, north or south, white or Black. I don't know how to earn respect, but I'm sure
If we respect others, then others will respect you.

After all we are all humans!
November 14, 2013 | By: Vidyanath Aarvi

Children's Day

When I was Child,

Once choosing the colour of a sketch pen was a tough task.

Occupying the window seat in the school bus was called obsession.

Getting a toffee as a birthday treat from a friend made our day.

Being the first one to finish copying from the blackboard was the ultimate moment of pride.

Hiding the answers from a bench partner during exams was not called selfishness.

When homework was the only torture & finished it soon, 
so could get some extra time to play.

Early to bed, early to rise,
was life's mantra, but how we loved sleeping late and having some extra TV time!

Owning a cycle was owning BMW.

To look good was only to wear our fav dress frocks for girls n half pants for boys.

We didn't need FB or a phone to keep in touch!

We thought all elders are ideal, when Daddy was the only hero and Mom was the only Best friend.

So what they say is right. 
"Everybody dies twice. Once when their childhood ends."

\m/ Happy Children's Day \m/
November 02, 2013 | By: Vidyanath Aarvi


The most-awaited movie for Diwali was an entertaining film and disappointing as well.

For the superhero movie lovers, it is a Diwali Dhamaaka movie. It would be awesome and superb movie for the bacchha parties, though it didn't attract the adults much.

Lack of melodious Music - Even Shaktiman theme track was far better than Krrish 3 songs.
Lack of Dance - By which Hrithik is popular.
Lack of Originality/Creativity - The concept of spreading virus was old.

Blatant Plagiarism from many superhero films. Though there were very few twists, we could predict them and there was a surprise element in the film - Maanwars (Maanav+Jaanwars) who were minions of the Villain - Kaal, Vivek Oberoi.

Hrithik Roshan, who is usually amazing by his action in the memorable movies like Zindagi na milegi Dubara and Guzaarish. I feel he has done justice to his action by his dual role appearances, Dressings, physique, accent in the two roles. He seemed to be too energitic.

Priyanka Chopra, a charming and pretty actress, who acted pretty well in Barfi had less scenes and her action was not up to the expectation. Priya, who kept insisting that she's the heroine of the film, seemed to exist to be in trouble and crying out for help.


Vivek Oberoi, villain, as Kaal in the movie,though he put his mark where audience could never forget his act, His acting prowess is only second to Kagana, because, i have seen that Vivek does a lot better.



Kangana Ranaut, as kaya, acted pretty well than what i expected, with her weird haircuts and clothings. she perhaps delivered her best performance in this film, and that says a lot.

Movie makers could have renamed this movie as Krrash-3/ Krrush-3.