karan joker is busy finalising script of how pakistan and porkis are victimised in the world and how terrorists are innocent...it has actors like srk, mahesh bhat. abu azmi, pooja bedi...and so on...the search continues
This movie is totally inspire by 1980's hollywood move "Best of the best".... where 5 American kickboxer goes to south korea for kickboxing match & where i boxer take revenge of his brother who was killed by south korean boxer in earlier tournament.....but then its also take intelligence to copy i think its a well made movie
It seems Sukanya cleared TOEFL but could not get good GRE score so adopted Movie reviews as career rather than MS in US. "coquettish as usual, eloquent as usual ...". I needed to open thefreedictionary dot com to understand her review.
Re: Re: TOEFL
by Medulla Oblangta on Mar 20, 2010 06:56 AM
May be you are correct. I might be fool but I have never heard coquettish before moreover its meaning did not give any reason to improve my vocabulary. :-)
Re: Re: Re: TOEFL
by Unc Lin on Mar 21, 2010 10:22 AM
The so called elite Indians use the most tuff words.Elite Indians make up of 0.0005% of the populationThen they think the rest of India understands wt(- they say.Once not only the elite,but the Indian English speaking urbans visit foreign countries,they are made fun of their ugly accents.Agreed Indians are good at spelling bees and sh!t.But when they speak,its nauseating to the foreigners,accept the truth.
Re: joker director
by global joe on Mar 22, 2010 12:52 PM
Calling Pakistan as a country will be a silly thing. If newpapers write 'Pakistan says something', you should question which Pakistan. Follwing are different Pakistans:
1) Government which has no support from Military and ISI.
2) Military, Militants and ISI (MMI)
3) Innocent people confused between good and bad who lost their vision to distinguish between an enemy and a friend.
So, any talk or impression about Pakistan you may have, can only represent only one of the above. Not all three. Because, they don't like each other in the first place.