Seriousness is the only refuge of the shallow.
- Oscar Wilde
Which leads us to collect some notes from a Swedish Hindi movie buff:
- He wonders why the Hindi Movies follow the three layered approach - they have the comedy part, the tragedy part, and the family part. By the time one is all geared up for comedy, the tone of the movie has already changed. He says it confuses him.
- He claims to have liked "Salaam Namaste". But he didn't like another one with a aforementioned three layered approach. Which movie? In his own words "There were two guys in the movie, and the girl liked one of them, but this one dies, and so she gets married the other one in the end. It had Pretty Zeenta, and the guy from Salaam Namaste, and the other guy who is in all other Hindi movies" Geddit?
- Next on his list is Krissh. Before you starting judging his tastes, I will be the one lending him the VCD.
And the note to self:
Next week will probably be worse than this one. So see, on hindsight, this week was not so bad after all.