THIRANG De Basanti

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RDB... Had heard a lot abt the film an was longin to c wat made it special! So I finally sat down jus hopin that this wudn b jus another commercial cliche! But I was witness to a 2hr 46min 49sec smasher!
I fear ma ordinary language can never b able to crown the film of its deserved acclaim!
More important was wat i did after the movie.... I was certainly inspired to peep into the info on those 5 revolutionaries stunningly portrayed in the movie:

ASHFAQULLA KHAN
RAMPRASAD BISMIL
BHAGAT SINGH
CHANDRASHEKAR AZAD
RAJGURU

And particularly after gettin a glimpse on the life of Chandrashekar 'Azad', I was literally wonderin whether I had wasted all ma 21 years! This man was too troublesome to the British and became famous for bein a part of the 'kakori train robbery' and the shootin of Saunders (to avenge the death of L.Lajpat Rai). He vowed to die as a free man an did the same.. shootin himself to prevent capture! The pic shows Azad's dead body kept on public display by the British to serve as a warning message for other revolutionaries. Little did they know that he had sown the seeds of many more 'Azads'!

Alas I had seen a SENSIBLE movie in eons!

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Cricket Needs A Reality Check

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England and Somerset batsman Marcus Trescothick has announced his retirement from international cricket. A prolific opener, he played a pivotal role in Ashes 05,which England won after 16 years. He was named Wisden Cricketer of the year in 2005 for his achievements in the game.

But the pressures of international cricket had taken its toll on him. His first signs of trouble came when he pulled out of the India tour in Feb 06, citing personal reasons. Subsequently he also missed the Champions trophy in India. He was then selected to play in Ashes 06. But he apparently broke down in the dressing room due to the recurrence of the stress related illness.

He did not make it to the international fold again. Thus a promising career has been cruelly cut short due to the extremely high level of stress involved in present day cricket. The players are being constantly monitored and scrutinized by the media. The loss of privacy and personal space affect their lives. Even the stratospheric pay packets cant alleviate the stress.

After all Cricket is just a game and just be played in a amiable manner, so that it brings joy to both the players and spectators.

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