Love is like God- either you believe it or you don’t…
“Why you are still single?”
- Why your last relationship called-off?
Asking this question to your partner on very first date can make her/him little uncomfortable. I know you don’t have anything to do with the past, yet asking what actually happened can make the person lost inside those memories from which he/she wants to recover soon. Give time-some time.
- Do you have a long list of commitment issues?
Errr… Error! Again you pressed a wrong tab! This is not a thing that you can find in words. You have to analyze the behavior of a person to know how much he/she is good at commitments.
- Are you virgin?
You must be kidding! Well, this can be the most stupid question ever asked on a first date! If you are a guy and you are planning to ask a girl about her virginity, beware! Not all girls can handle this question (I know, guys asked this question just to know the reaction of a girl) and a girl may not turn up again for next date with you. Stop thinking about it- being virgin or being no virgin can never affect the chemistry when THEY ARE HAVING BROAD MIND.
- Are you still in touch with your ex?
Talking about his/her ex on first date is the thing you should not do. The person, having a past, has come for a date with you to make new memories and not to discuss about his past life. Just talk about anything like his/her dislikes and likes, try to analyze him/her and understand his/her behavior.
- What’s your credit score?
This is the question that many girls want to ask on their first date (sometimes boys too). Well, if you ask this just like that- you can put a wrong impression on him. Don’t ask this, I repeat don’t ask this question unless you start sharing apartment someday.
Tum kahan the hum jahan the
Tuk tuk nazaro ko bichhaye intezaar me
Tum kahan the hum jahan the
Bigde raasto par zehrili baarishon me
Tum kahan the…
Waqt zor par tha, na ruka tha na roka humne
Lamhaa tuta sa sahi, un yaadon ko alwida na kahan humne
Tum kahan the, hum jahan the
Na koi thi manzil, zar-zar ek zeher kat raha tha hume
Ek pinjara tha, tar-tar ek sehar kar rahi thi sapne
Tum kahan the…
Bhule yun wade jab mudhke mila na koi pichhe
Wo mohobbat bhi kya kufr rahi, na puchho humse
Tum kahan the hum jahan the
Jahan khandar hui thi ek rooh
Tum kahan the…
I have seen this movie and today I can’t stop myself to talk about. No, I am not going to write review for this film in this post, but I want to share few points that “MAJESTIJIOUS” family (so called Ladke wale) should learn.
Hum ladke wale hain! (We are groom’s family)
You don’t have to remind this thing to others. Showing off that you belong to groom’s family is not their fault. A girl (if she is straight) will obviously marry a guy so you don’t try to remind this directly or indirectly to ‘her’ family.
You should know the family who is DONATING their life (in hindi Kanyadaan) to you who later completes your family. Respect her and the family.
If anything wrong happened to you that doesn’t mean another person has to live the circumstances once again! Good people won’t ever expect this thing .
A relationship requires two people or family to stay on- two people are there…but family?
Good relationship between two families matters a lot. I heard many people who used to say “humari Vicky ki shaadi me to aise hua tha, humari Karuna ke time par ladke walo ne yahi kiya tha”. I am still in a confusion that is this just a couple wants to live together with love or the families too? If girl’s parents are celebrating some occasion, they should not expect anything from guy’s family, whereas if there is an occasion in MANLY family (with sarcastic kiss :*) they or their relatives expect from family to make them feel special.
Society sees a girl and a boy as one ‘on-paper’, but forgets all when the mission “marriage” starts.
I want to ask something- have the parents committed crime by giving birth to ‘her’? They are people who give their whole life to nurture her, to make hereligible to take responsibilities- can’t they expect respect (MIND IT NOT ATTENTION) in return. They won’t say anything, but it hurts. And at the end, relationships become sour, they become the target of society- to blame on.
Whatever happens, we won’t say anything! (Why I mean? This is KALYUG, if you won’t say, they kill you with swords of words)
Just because their daughter is getting married to your son, that doesn’t mean you are superior to them. Also when a family gives anything with love, accepting it with all your heart and giving back something in return won’t make holes in your pocket! It’s not about money, but the love they share. It’s your wish if you want to maintain healthy relationship with each other or not. Society is there to criticize your moves, it’s your heart who guides you in true direction.
I want to make a slight change in the saying – “Give respect, get respect” to “GIVE attention, GET attention”
Either live with your egos, pride that you belong to groom’s family or accept all sacrifices done by bride’s family and make them feel special.
Putting egos or shallow mind thoughts can ruin or sour relationships (which no one wants to). In the end, no one won- but humanity loses for ever!
What you think about it? Hope to receive some useful comments that could influence people to change.
Have you ever faced such situation when you are unable to decide what exactly you want? For me it’s just a casual thing (believe me, I am a confused spirit :/). Life is so easy going, everything seems so smooth- something we call ‘perfect’. I think so…
2014 has brought a lot of surprises, some are awaited. But what’s make me conscious is this ‘something’ that I get at least once in a year :/ – a feeling that makes me feel like I am upset for no reason… weird it is or may be not… Crying is not a solution (as I tried it before), it still happens. I am confused should I think over it or get it through like before… If I think, what will I think as I don’t know the reason or cause for this ‘something’… or may know… No, Not Again!
It’s been time; yet another year will pass too
Life is short, they say -just smile and woo
But first let me know what I shall need
What’s burning inside that makes heart bleed
With flameless sensation, nothing comes on the way
Like a hell without devil, life is not like that they say
This is life- a confused smile
Telling me not to be crazy
Telling me not to be numb
Telling me not to be dumb
Someday ‘Something’ will gonna alright
May be not this night…
Just give some time, some more time
Just spend some time alone, some more time
Just remember it’s been time; and another year will pass too
Life is short, so -just smile and woo
TOI Controversial updates about Deepika Padukone
I heard recent stories about Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone. I read today’s article published in Times of India and I wished to meet the writer and slap him/her for everything he/she cooked for the story. How can you be so cheap? Times of India is a leading newspaper and I think you are doing nothing but STRETCHING this news. Earlier, the news about Shweta Basu (who was arrested for prostitution) disturbed many people in the industry.
It’s good that you guys are leading the media industry, but sorry to say; after all these hypes, you need to brush up your writers skills and make them learn about all media laws. Gone are the days when people used to answer everything right on TV (RIGHT STATEMENTS, RIGHT STORIES), the motive to inform general public is now turned into money-making thing.
It’s not ethically right. I think we audiences are connected to celebs via entertainment industry. They make everything, they try their best to deliver us good movies and entertainment. What they wear, what they eat, how they sleep etc. etc. are not the things that today’s generation is looking for.
By revealing the name of Shweta Basu to get TRP and sales is just your attempt of breaking the law of defamation. No one has given the right to media to defame her by revealing her name in the news. They could also end up the story by just skipping her name or else if they used her name, why did they hide those corporate clients’ name? I appreciate the girl who arrested in this scandal for her ethics- she has not revealed their names so far. But, I think she should tell about them as both of them are equally responsible, so both of them should get punished!
It is their choice to live their life, it is their choice to wear anything they like, it is their choice to answer or not! You can’t force them, you can’t (better Should not) rape them!
The way Deepika answered via tweet was appreciated!
“YES!I am a Woman.I have breasts AND a cleavage! You got a problem!!??”
Your article – Dear Deepika, our point of view…. is just looks like you are giving clarification for your news updates. Why you make such updates that afterwards you need to clarify them???
“Deepika, just for the record, we do not zoom into a woman’s vagina or show her nipples. As a newspaper, we take every care to ensure that we pixelate them if they show up in a picture, but your cleavage is as sexy as Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘8-pack’ abs. Given the nature of the online media worldwide, there could well have been a story headlined, “OMG…Shah Rukh’s 8-pack sexy abs!!!” [[[***** I think if you guys get a chance to shoot that also, you will not going to miss it because you believe in SELLING SEX for greater TRP and response*****]]]
And when this was not enough, you put her cleavage revealing images in the end. This was a height guys! All celebs do magazine shoot, calendar shoot, so what’s the big deal! There is no point to highlight it and telling people she is having SEXY cleavage! Her fans already know it, tell them something new!
And if in future, any actress get arrested in sex scandal, it would better if you either reveal all the names or keep it secret because, in India, I think youth is already aware of the fact that many high profile models and actresses (if they don’t have a sirname like Kapoor) often encounter compromising situations, so why to defame them by revealing the identities and making life difficult to live for their families?
Please respect woman!!! And make people learn this thing! If you are not understanding this thing, women will remain insecure and will objectify by one or other media for different reasons.
Better come with good stuff next time.
The one who breaks your trust is not a culprit. The one who should be guilty is ‘you’ who had trusted the person.
I wish I could have learn the fact that it’s not the fault of a person who break your trust, the culprit is ‘you’ who trusted the person. May be this would have make you to live life with an ease.