by vijay pherwani on Feb 10, 2007 08:57 PM
I've not seen the movie, but suspected something like that- the way last 2 movies (fanaa & mein hoon na) have conviniently absolved terrorists/ pakistan/ isi of any ill design. One must check the funding of these movies.
by akash vaidya on Feb 10, 2007 04:28 PM
i hv only one word..subperb.... brilliant craftmanship...just wonderful and powerful exectuion.this movie should go to oscar. specillay "baadsha khan" charecter is brilliant.
I cannot forget that fateful day.We had just had our lunch and couple of us colleagues went for a stroll to P M Road.We were near Akbarallys when we heard a loud thud and the glass panes of Godrej Showroom got completely shattered.We thought that some huge cupboard had fallen and hence the glass got shattered due to the impact.It was when we came back to office that we started getting the news of the bomb blast at Stock exchange and very soon the news of the subsequent bomb blasts started trickling in.But I am proud to say next day which was a saturday we had complete attendance in the office.Hats off to the people of Mumbai for their courage and determination.Even though I dont live in the city of Mumbai today,the city where I spent 31 years of my life will always be special to me.
by phoolva on Feb 10, 2007 12:44 PM
"But I am proud to say next day which was a saturday we had complete attendance in the office.Hats off to the people of Mumbai for their courage and determination"................ther is no reality in ur sentence.....can i knw whr r u now!
by F17 on Feb 11, 2007 10:37 AM
Nobody has patience.. its a myth.... When it comes to religion we are all animals.... It sucks 'coz religion was introduced to make mankind human...
by on Feb 10, 2007 04:57 PM
what Mrs. Vaishali told is true. I was also working in mumbai that time. My office and my husband's office had full attendence on THE VERY NEXT DAY.. She is not boasting . that was true. Mumbaikars are known for their courage and unity
I was a 12th standard student when the blasts happened on 12th March 1993. We had heard of blasts of such magnitude only with respect to areas like Lebanon or Palestine. 12th March 1993 was the first day when terror stared us in face and made us aware of our vulnerability. Another point. I was somewhere near Plaza theatre in Dadar where one of the blasts happened. The spirit that people showed in helping the wounded was amazing. I think no blast can ever shatter that. The film is awesome. However, I won't call it nostalgic as it is about a nightmare, not a dream.