Infinite Unanswered Questions Of Life!

There are many unanswered or rather silly questions that every human being has in his mind and has no answers, at some point or the other in life. These may seem silly, but when the ‘that’ particular situation comes in your life and you can’t tolerate any S*** around, you ask yourself or others these. May be experienced or our elders will give answers, but all may seem insignificant/irrelevant at that point of time or always!

Every phase of life has one or the other or infinite so-called ‘silly’ questions…Here are few unanswered questions of life or rather the answers that are/were given are not satisfying:

  • Why does any take birth… just to die?
  • If so, why can’t death give clue, so that we be prepared to die and may be reborn again?
  • Why life is full of unexpected, unpredicted, when we can be happy if things happen knowingly?
  • Why people who die are (few/most of them) young and many so good (character) that kills when they die?
  • Why money is so important at the same time this is the one that bring differences?
Unanswered Questions Of Life
Unanswered Questions Of Life
  • Why poor, when God can send all rich?
  • Why can’t all people in the world be good?
  • Why do we have to hate someone when we can love everyone?
  • Why negative, when everything we should be is positive?
  • Why does anyone hurt, when we can always be happy?
  • Why do we have to get married, when almost most marriages hurt or even we can stay happy without marriage?
  • Why can’t parents take care of us (especially girls) like how they did when we are born, and why do they think them as burden if not married?
  • Why does every girl after marriage has to give just a mere/least preference to her family and give importance to her husband’s?
  • Why it is that only considered that the boy has to bear the burden of the family (though people are broadminded now, and girls are independent)?
  • Is marriage only solution for eliminating loneliness?
  • Why do we have to study, when unemployed can employ any or even become anything… PM to President…whatever!
  • Why darkness, when light can be there forever?

Does any of you have (RELEVANT) answers to these?? Go ahead and comment below.

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Wish Ajay Devgn and Kajol on their 14th Wedding Anniversary – See pictures

Ajay Devgan and Kajol are celebrating their 14th anniversary today. Ajay and Kajol got married on the same day 24 February, fourteen years ago (1999), in a traditional Maharashtrian style ceremony at the Devgn house. They are most popular celebrity couples in Bollywood. They are often tagged as an “unlikely pair” due to their contrasting personalities.

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Wish Ajay Devgn and Kajol on their 14th Wedding Anniversary – See pictures

Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi – Sweet Parsi Love Story – Review

Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi – Sweet Parsi Love Story – Review

Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi is a romantic comedy, starring Farah Khan and Boman Irani in the lead role. It is Bela Bhansali Sahgal’s directorial debut.

It’s a story of 45-year old Parsi bachelor Farhad Pastakia (Boman Irani), who is a bra-and-panty salesman.  He stay with his mother (Daisy Irani) and grandmother (Shammi) who are desperate to get him married. Though he is a lingerie salesman, he never hides about his job, honest, for which all make fun of him. And he wants to marry whom he loves. He meets a girl, Shirin Fugawala (Farah Khan), who drops by his store. He feels she is the one who patiently listens to everything what he says and encourages him to reach his goal. And from friendship their relation grows to love. When everything goes well there has to be a villain to bring a twist. And that villain is none other than his mom herself.

Dialogues are funny. One such dialogue, which is said by Farhad, who leaves home for work on his scooter, when Boman’s mom ask him to ride the scooter carefully and not more than 40 speed (Gadi sambal ke chalana, challis ke upar nai), where he replies saying the scooter doesn’t go more than 15 speed (Mama… eh gadi pandrah ke upar jata hi nahi). The way Farhad stresses and says ‘Mama’ in a typical Parsi way to his mom, is cute.

At first look, youngsters may not like this movie and it may seem little boring. But to those who are in hunt for a girl or boy situations and dialogues will remind of their parents or relatives especially this dialogue, “Farhad…kuch hi 5-6 ladkiyan reh gayi hai beta, nehi tho next slot me hum logon ko vidvah yah divorcee hi milengi (only 5-6 girls are left, if you don’t agree, then in next slot we will get only widow or divorcee).”

The movie is quite predictable and slow. At times it seems to be very boring but Shirin and Farhad never let you go and they make you stick on your seats. The comedy timing is too good, which saved the movie. Dialogues are really good and they definitely make you laugh out loud.

Boman Irani’s, is a definitely a show stealer. Though like other heros he doesn’t have six pack abs, he has carried himself very well. His acting is just amazing. Farah Khan, though she is fat, looks beautiful and has carried herself very confidently in the movie. She is a natural actor, her acting is also appreciable, except for few emotional scenes.  Both Boman and Farah have proved that size doesn’t matter. The scenes where Boman admits his love about Farah to granny Shammi are adorable. Daisy Irani as Boman’s mom has also done a very good job.

Songs are just okay. ‘Ishq mai tera bina’, sung by Shreya Ghosal and KK, is melodious.

Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padiproves love doesn’t have boundaries, it will happen anytime, anywhere (age no bar). It’s a sweet fun Parsi (matured) love story, worth one time watch.

‘Special Gift’ FRIENDS – Happy Friendship Day

‘Special Gift’ FRIENDS – Happy Friendship Day

After ‘Family’, it’s only ‘Friends’ who understand you better. You may see a very good friend in your mom, dad, brother or sister, but when it comes to sharing, it’s none other than FRIENDS. You do not think twice before sharing anything with your friends. William Shakespeare said, “A friend is one that knows you as you are, understands where you have been, accepts what you have become, and still, gently allows you to grow,” which is really true.

I met most precious and golden friends during my golden days – School days. It is said that school friends are friends for ever and it is very true…http://www.boldsky.com/relationship/beyond-love/2012/friendship-day-dedication-from-reader-030212.html

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Raksha Bandhan Special: A Sweet Rakhi Story From Sister To Brother

There’s no other love like the love from a brother.”

– Terri Guillemets

Yes, this is true in my case too, and I think many others will agree with this saying.

I still remember, one afternoon, my mom cuddled him to sleep and had gone to kitchen for some work, I was in some other corner of home, I felt she didn’t even noticed me…..

Raksha Bandhan Special: A Sweet Rakhi Story From Sister To Brother

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