Weekend Music

Jennifer Love Hewitt – Barenaked Youtube link Madison Avenue – Don’t call me baby Youtube link Eric Clapton – My father’s eyes Youtube link John Denver – Country roads take me home Youtube link +++

Weekend Music

Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams Joan Jett – I love rock n roll +++

Weekend Music – I hate myself for loving you

Joan Jett & The Blackhearts – I hate myself for loving you An awesome song from the 80s.  When MTV invaded our lives in the mid 90s, this song used to be repeated endlessly on that channel.  That was long before MTV sold its soul to the stupid bollywood songs.  Today there are hardly any…

Blog anniversary & Weekend movies

In the whole mess, i forgot something.  On 24th June 2008, i completed 4 years of blogging.  In this period, I moved from Fullhyderabad to Rediffblogs to WordPress.  Never thought i would survive so long.  So ya, iam amazed at my perseverance (if at all this does count).  I have no intentions of stopping even…

Weekend Music – Ini Kamoze, Dido

Ini Kamoze – Here comes the hotstepper Dido – White Flag An artiste, whose music i like a lot…. Dido – Thank you Dido – Life for Rent +++

Now Watching – Shaurya

A supposedly rip-off of the Hollywood movie “A few good men“, Shaurya is not as bad as the reviews made it out to be. I havent seen the Hollywood original, so cant comment on it. The movie has some exceptional acting by Deepak Dobriyal, Kay Kay Menon. Rahul Bose is ok and Minissa Lamba is…

Now listening

Silk Route – Dooba dooba This was and is one of my most favourite song. Ever. Wonder where this band (Silk Route) is these days… Rabbi Shergill – Bulla ki jaana KK – Pal +++

U Me aur Hum – Music Review

After some fantabulous music in No Smoking, Vishal Bharadwaj is back with some real foot tapping music in Ajay Devgan’s directorial debut “U Me aur Hum“. Listen to Dil Dhkda, Jee Le and the title song version by Shreya Ghosal. Simply mindblowing music. The lyrics in Dil Dhakda is real fun and peppy. A great…

Rambo 4

Rambo, Die Hard, Predator, Robocop, these are the movies i grew up on. And almost 20 years on, when Sylvester Stallone was coming back with the 4th installment of Rambo, i had to watch it. But unlike Rocky Balboa and Die Hard-4, the movie sadly doesn’t measure up to the expectations. Surely, the movie is…