"It seems very pretty," she said, "but it's rather hard to understand."
was looking for a review of pundits from pakistan and stumbled across your blog..and now feel like i have stumbled across a veritable treasure trove! cheers..
The Scene: Rendezvous with Simi GarewalThe Host: Simi - clad in almost transparent whiteThe Guest: Mukesh Khanna - looking bored and not coming on to SimiWell, I guess there could be a connection
Haru Cornelius Ercole Nahele: thanks!Toe Knee: I would feel happier about the whole thing if Mr Khanna were dressed in his Shaktimaan costume.
So was he? Was she? You're all questions and no answers, man.
Cheshire Cat: this is hardly the place for this question but where else to ask -- where's your blog?!
Space Bar, it's a sad tale, more suitable for a mouse than a Cat. Google, the new Evil Empire, has destroyed my identity and left me blogless. I am unable to sign in to my own blog...
I am salivating at the thought of a kinky encounter between the Simi of Siddhartha-era B-cup fame with a pitamaha type in drag, the pair indulging in a menage a trois with a divinely-inpired dildo supplied by kamadeva. DD (sorry its 5 in the morning and I canna sleep due to the warbling of the trains)
simi: This is madness!m. khanna as b: madness? THIS...IS...KURUKSHETRA!!! (kick)
i read the book n watch the movie 3 times...what is striking to me is that the film is more diasporic than the text...though in text, we can't get the sufficient "space" for women, but in film, i find the sufficient "space" 4 women...it is like the film maker adds the auteur theory in the visual medium..