Monthly Archives: July 2007

Sexy Indian Ads

Adjective: sexy (sexier, sexiest) seksee1. Marked by or tending to arouse sexual desire of interest“feeling sexy”; “sexy clothes”; “sexy poses”; “a sexy book”; “sexy jokes”2. Exciting sexual desire That’s what the wonderful and handy dictionary – WordWeb – describes the … Continue reading

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Watch Movies on Your Mobile

Ever since I got my new mobile phone I found a new way to keep myself entertained on the long journey to and from work – by watching movies. Though the idea of watching a 70mm film with Dolby and … Continue reading

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Another Fantastic Female

[This post is the second in a new category that I’m including in this blog – ‘Fantastic Females‘] Watched Kabir Khan’s Kabul Express some days ago and quite liked the film. Indian films getting better and different (as different from … Continue reading

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Delhi Don’ts for North Easterners

I hail from one of the states that form what is referred to as North-East India, a cluster of states which ‘mainland India’ cannot or doesn’t want to distinguish from one another, I live in Delhi and I would like … Continue reading

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Homeward Bound

[Generously lifting an old post because the feeling remains unchanged. I’ll be away from Delhi and also possibly blogging for the next five days. A short trip home (after a year) and I hope to make it sweet] The sun … Continue reading

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Big B in Durex Condom Ad

After chocolates, chawanprash, clothings, automobiles, televisions, paints, pens, banks and soft drinks it seemed that there were only two things which Amitabh Bachchan hadn’t endorsed – chaddis (underwear) and condoms. Now this Durex ad has vanquished for the Big B’s … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Vote for the Taj

…or for that matter for anything else on the world’s latest mass marketing gimmick – ‘The New 7 Wonders of the World.’ I didn’t even vote for Debojit despite my family’s cajoling. There are no moral, ethical or monetary reasons … Continue reading

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