Watching Blue

We must be gluttons for punishment.

Why else would we be waiting for the crappy Akshay Kumar movie Blue to start.

We are going in with very low to zero expectations since serious Indian movie reviewers have already torn it to shreds.

Eight desis in the hall.

They are showing the preview of Ishqiya (Naseeruddin Shah, Arshad Warsi, Vidya Balan).

More later, folks.

5 Responses to "Watching Blue"

  1. sumeshy   October 16, 2009 at 12:32 pm

    Aanalu ninga rombha dhairiya saali (Whatever said and done, SI is too brave). Responds:

    What a Sick Movie.

  2. sganeshkumar1989   October 16, 2009 at 2:15 pm

    More than Akki,the presence of a tired and worn-out Sanjay Dutt and Lara Dutta,reduces my level of expectations rather! 😀 Responds:


  3. guruprasad.s   October 16, 2009 at 3:52 pm

    If you have a brother or cousin in India,
    his name is Rajeev Masand.
    After you write your own review of Blue, read:

    and also Mr and Mrs Khanna: Responds:

    You write: If you have a brother or cousin in India,

    Nivu tumba tamashiagi mathadthira (you are funny) 😉

    Still working on the review sitting in a mall outside a Gujju-owned fast-food store.

  4. Vetti Jijaji   October 16, 2009 at 4:00 pm

    you are incorrigible, aren’t you? (Don’t answer that, that’s a rhetorical question 😉 — how many times have you used this on others – yet another RQ! ) Responds:


    Drinking the worst Latte of our life (made by a Gujju, who else).

  5. guruprasad.s   October 16, 2009 at 4:12 pm

    I imagine that writing the review of Blue shouldnt be much of a work.

    Just throw in a few choicest of expletives , and then some more.

    On a different note, you must be pretty rich.
    I mean, you must have stashed at least a few tens of thousands of $. $7.50 or $10 must be petty change for you, so that burning it doesnt affect you at all (dx/x -> 0). Responds:

    Here we are sacrificing ourselves on the altar of public good and you bring up such mundane subjects as money.

    Whatever happened to old-fashioned ideals like duty, dharma et al. 😉

    Lucky for you we are the Karmaneva Adikarasthe Mapaleshu Kadachana kind….. (If people have to go googling for a translation of this verse from the Gita, then it’s not for them). 😉

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