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"ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. ishq had se jyada ho to phone chinwata hai.. duniya Nahin jaruri mujhko, main sirf mangti hoon mere rab se tujhko.. tu sath rahe Jo mere, Dil ko sukun aa jata hai.. ishq me gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. Suraj Se hi jalna sikha Suraj se hi chalna sikha tujhko dekhne ke bad vo moon bhi fika pad jata hai.. ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. khamosh insan ko bhi fitoor aa jata hai.. chir du sabko akele aisa dastur aa jata hai.. ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. nind bhari aankhen, baat karte karte midnight se noon aa jata hai.. jo milna hua jaruri to saloon bhi aa jata hai.. ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. chup rahane walon ko bhi Gali Ka tune aa jata hai.. aankh uthakar Dekha to hath mein knife or spoon aa jata hai.. ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. chahat itni jyada ke monsoon aa jata hai.. mohabbat humsafar ho jaaye to immune Aa jata hai ishq me gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.."

ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
ishq had se jyada ho to phone chinwata hai..
 duniya Nahin jaruri mujhko, main sirf mangti hoon mere rab se tujhko..
 tu sath rahe Jo mere, Dil ko sukun aa jata hai..
ishq me gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
Suraj Se hi jalna sikha
 Suraj se hi chalna sikha
 tujhko dekhne ke bad vo moon bhi fika pad jata hai..
 ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
khamosh insan ko bhi fitoor aa jata hai..
 chir du sabko akele aisa dastur aa jata hai..
 ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
 nind bhari aankhen,
 baat karte karte midnight se noon aa jata hai..
 jo milna hua jaruri to saloon bhi aa jata hai..
 ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
 chup rahane walon ko bhi Gali Ka tune aa jata hai..
 aankh uthakar Dekha to hath mein knife or spoon aa jata hai..
 ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
chahat itni jyada ke monsoon aa jata hai..
 mohabbat humsafar ho jaaye to immune Aa jata hai
ishq me gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..

Isha or junoon

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10 Movies Every Entrepreneur Needs to Watch
No one ever said being an entrepreneur would be easy. A million obstacles seem to stand in the way each and every day. The naysayers and budget woes can be enough for the average person to start waving the white flag.
But you are not an average person: You’re an entrepreneur. That means that even when times are tough, you’re still going to march forward.
Yet when this whole entrepreneur thing becomes overwhelming, take a break and look for some much needed motivation. And what better way to find inspiration than watching movies ?
Whether it’s a heart warming adventure, irreverent comedy or thought-provoking documentary, a film can inspire and motivate a weary business owner.
With that in mind, here are 10 movies that every entrepreneur needs to watch:

1. The Social Network:
It was no surprise that The Social Network was a blockbuster when it was released in 2010. After all, everyone wanted to see how Mark Zuckerberg became transformed from a Harvard student to launching the most popular social-media network in the world.

Why watch it? Never mind if this was overdramatized. The film gives viewers a better understanding of how to make a startup succeed by exhibiting such qualities as being flexible and resilient. Every time I watch this movie it motivates me to be a better entrepreneur.
2. Glengarry Glen Ross:
Based on David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, this film explores the cutthroat world of Chicago real estate.Glengarry Glen Ross takes a closer look at the lies and betrayals people endure just to succeed in business.


Why watch it? Unfortunately, the business world can be brutal, something you’ll learn even as a salesperson. This 1992 film illustrates just how vicious it can be.
3. Pirates of Silicon Valley:

This was a made-for-TV movie released in 1999 that covers the early days of the country's leading technology hub and the eventual rise of both Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. The documentary-style movie provides an interesting take on the lives of the founders of Microsoft and Apple.

Why watch it? Entrepreneurs are still looking for inspiration from these two iconic “pirates.” It definitely provides pointers to learn from.
4. Citizen Kane:

Even if you’re not an entrepreneur, watch Orson Welles’ 1941 masterpiece. The film revolves around the life of a fictitious Charles Foster Kane, a newspaper tycoon loosely based on William Randolph Hearst and his quest for fortune and power. In the end, however, Kane comes to understand what’s really important in life.

Why watch it? While launching a successful business is a goal of every entrepreneur, it’s not the only goal in life.


5. The Pursuit of Happyness:
Based on the true story of Chris Gardner, this 2006 Will Smith vehicle is one of the most heartwarming and motivational films for entrepreneurs. If you’re not moved by watching Chris and his son struggle to follow a dream, then I am truly puzzled.


Why watch it? Even though he became homeless and struggled to provide for his son, Chris never gave up on his dream. That passion and sacrifice is something every entrepreneur should be willing to embrace.
6. Moneyball:
You don’t have to be a baseball fan to enjoy Brad Pitt’s portrayal of Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland A’s. Because the team didn't have the finances to spend on players, Beane had to discover a unique way to compete.

Why watch it? Beane had to be innovative. And that’s one of the most-well known traits of entrepreneurs: figuring out how to make something better. Also, Beane never listened to the naysayers and never backed down from his vision.
7. Rocky:

This is another film that everyone has to watch at least once. Sylvester Stallone wrote and starred in this ultimate underdog tale of Rocky Balboa going the distance with boxing heavyweight champion Apollo Creed.


Why watch it? Even when the world tells you that you'll never have a chance to succeed, keep fighting. That competitive spirit can take you a long way. And I dare you to listen to the classic score from Bill Conti and not become motivated.
8. Wall Street:
In 1987, director Oliver Stone made Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) one of the most infamous characters in cinema history with his motto “greed is good.” The film centers on the illegal and unethical decisions made by Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) to become filthy rich like Gekko, a corporate raider.


What watch it? Don’t sell yourself out just for the sake of money. Remember, being an entrepreneur isn’t just about becoming rich and famous.
9. Jerry Maguire:

The protagonist, Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise), had it all: a great career, lots of friends and a beautiful fiancé. One day, however, he has an epiphany: Sports agents shouldn’t just be looking at the money scenes but how to take care of their clients. Jerry loses everything and goes on journey to regain everything he’s lost.


Why watch it? When you’re following your dream, everything else will fall into place both professionally and personally. Jerry Maguire eventually learns this valuable lesson.
10. Office Space:

This 1999 comedy from Mike Judge focuses on Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston), who eventually discovers how much he hates sitting inside a cubicle taking orders from his creepy boss Bill Lumbergh (Gary Cole).

Why watch it? Every entrepreneur hates working for someone else and will even sometimes go to extremes to get fired: I'm not condoning that you embezzle, though: it could result in jail time.
I'm sure I missed a couple. What movie do you think every entrepreneur has to watch?

3 Love

Om Puri Dies at 66: Best 5 movies of the legendary actor
Om Puri has been a lively part of Indian and Pakistani film industry and has also been a part of various Hollywood movies.The Padma Shri awardee passed away on January 06, 2016, at 66 years of age
Om Puri is one of the most versatile actors who has been a part of a broad genre of films. The Padma Shri awardee passed away today morning, on January 06, 2016, at 66 years of age. Om Puri has been a lively part of Indian and Pakistani film industry and has also been a part of various Hollywood movies. The actor has also participated in various social causes and has been one of the most straightforward actors who has voiced his opinions from time to time.
According to reports, the actor suffered a heart attack this morning. The actor has had a long spanning career of 44 years in the film industry, since his debut in the Marathi movie, Ghashiram Kotwal. The actor is most remembered for his cop roles where he has played a the good, bad and powerless cop. As the industry and the world mourn this great loss, here are the top five performances in the memory of this incredibly talented actor.
1. Ardh Satya
Ardh Satya is a 1983 movie directed by Govind Nihalani and one of the initial movies where Om Puri played a policeman. The film also stars Amrish Puri, Smita Patil, Naseeruddin Shah, and Sadashiv Amrapurkar, and features a theme poem by the Marathi writer Dilip Chitre. The movie itself has considered as one of the best cop dramas, and the actor won a National award for his portrayal of Sub-Inspector, Anant Velankar.2. GhayalGhayal has been one of the best 90s movies. The movie, which had Sunny Deol and Meenakshi Seshadri in the lead, also had Om Puri in the role of the good cop. Om Puri played the role of ACP Joe D’Souza, who tried his best to work within the system and do the right thing. The actor continued to play this role and won our hearts in the sequel, Ghayal Once Again.3. DrohkaalThis 1994 crime drama was one of the first movies to portray India’s fight with terrorism. The movie has Om Puri in the lead role along with Naseeruddin Shah. They both play the role of good and honest law enforces in the film,. The movie also examines the mental and psychological trauma that honest police officers go through in their fight against terrorism.4. MaqboolMaqbool is a 2003 Vishal Bharadwaj drama based on play Macbeth by Shakespeare. The movie had Pankaj Kapoor, Irrfan Khan, Tabu and Masumeh Makhija in the lead role. However, the role of Om Puri and Naseeruddin Shah were that of one of the best supporting characters. They played the comic role of corrupt police inspectors-cum-astrologers.5. Actor In LawThis 2016 Pakistani socio-comedy marked the debut of Om Puri in the Pakistani film industry. Directed by Nabeel Qureshi, the movie has Om Puri as Rafaqat Mirza, the strict dad who wants his son to be a lawyer. The actor’s role in the film was highly appreciated.

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Kahaani 2 review: Vidya Balan is on auto pilot mode in this thrilling ride
Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh
Director: Sujoy Ghosh
Cast: Vidya Balan, Arjun Rampal, Jugal Hansraj
After the debacles of Ghanchakkar and Humari Adhuri Kahaani, Vidya Balan is back and how! Director Sujoy Ghosh teams up with the actor four years after the blockbuster Kahaani and the result is an equally impressive, edge-of-the-seat suspense drama that keeps you hooked.



Tuck in for a spoiler-free review of the movie.
Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh is the story of a woman trying to protect her daughter.

We meet a happy mother-daughter duo content with their humble surroundings and enthusiastic about the struggles they have. But their quiet life is soon turned upside down by a turn of events they have no control over.

A wonderful thing about Sujoy’s film is that there is nothing grand – the situation and the characters look grounded and what makes the movie great is the realism.

Much like Kahaani, the bylanes of Chandan Nagar, Kolkata and Kalingpong - where the film is based - form an important part of the narrative.

Vidya Balan in a still from Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh. (Youtube)

Sujoy, who has also written the film, should receive accolades just for making an entire film around the taboo subject of child abuse within the family and how family protects the perceived “dignity” of the adult rather than caring for the child. The fact that it is a wonderfully made film and a riveting thriller is an added bonus.

For instance, Vidya talks to the girl in the film in an attempt to make her talk about the abuse. The simplistic tone of the dialogues and the urgency in Vidya’s performance could be a lesson on parenting.
Arjun Rampal, who plays a cop investigating the case, has a very well-planned and clearly etched character in Inspector Inderjit Singh who just cannot get a promotion despite all honest attempts.
A side story involving his wife, daughter and the family life is a relief in the otherwise tense narrative of Kahaani 2. Arjun’s character also brings some comic relief to the plot with some black humour thrown in just the right measure.

The only let-down in Kahaani 2 is the climax. It is rather disappointing to see a high-tempo, fast-paced thriller suddenly taking the predictable-Bollywood-cliche dip. You are likely to be reminded of Ishqiya and TE3N, Vidya’s previous movies in the climax sequences.

With Vidya’s stellar performance, Arjun’s strong support, Sujoy’s bold story and an engaging screenplay, Kahaani 2 is a must watch.

5 Love

"Ha Ishq Hai gur sevi mitha ishq hai imli se khatta ishq hai rab se vi sona ishq hai Chanda se hashi ishq hai sach se vi saccha ishq hai jhut mano to bo ishq hai jan se vi pyara ishq hai bado k age ishq hai sarab se vi nashila ishq hai gulab se vi sundar ishq hai samundar se vi gehera ishq hai tuta ainasha dil mei ishq hai bedo mei likkha ishq hai grantho mei vi likkha ishq hai Pyar se vi pyara ishq hai tu jishmei hai bo ishq hai jati dharm na mane jo bo ishq hai kishivi vashame bolo ushme ishq hai Mar k vi jinda ishq hai. "

Ha Ishq Hai 
gur sevi mitha ishq hai 
imli se khatta ishq hai 
rab se vi sona ishq hai 
Chanda se hashi ishq hai 
sach se vi saccha ishq hai 
jhut mano to bo ishq hai 
jan se vi pyara ishq hai 
bado k age ishq hai 
sarab se vi nashila ishq hai
 gulab se vi sundar ishq hai 
samundar se vi gehera ishq hai 
tuta ainasha dil mei ishq hai 
bedo mei likkha ishq hai 
grantho mei vi likkha ishq hai 
Pyar se vi pyara ishq hai 
tu jishmei hai bo ishq hai 
 jati dharm na mane jo bo ishq hai 
kishivi vashame bolo ushme ishq hai 
Mar k vi jinda ishq hai.

Ha Ishq hai ...

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"ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. ishq had se jyada ho to phone chinwata hai.. duniya Nahin jaruri mujhko, main sirf mangti hoon mere rab se tujhko.. tu sath rahe Jo mere, Dil ko sukun aa jata hai.. ishq me gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. Suraj Se hi jalna sikha Suraj se hi chalna sikha tujhko dekhne ke bad vo moon bhi fika pad jata hai.. ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. khamosh insan ko bhi fitoor aa jata hai.. chir du sabko akele aisa dastur aa jata hai.. ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. nind bhari aankhen, baat karte karte midnight se noon aa jata hai.. jo milna hua jaruri to saloon bhi aa jata hai.. ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. chup rahane walon ko bhi Gali Ka tune aa jata hai.. aankh uthakar Dekha to hath mein knife or spoon aa jata hai.. ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.. chahat itni jyada ke monsoon aa jata hai.. mohabbat humsafar ho jaaye to immune Aa jata hai ishq me gunah ka junoon cha jata hai.."

ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
ishq had se jyada ho to phone chinwata hai..
 duniya Nahin jaruri mujhko, main sirf mangti hoon mere rab se tujhko..
 tu sath rahe Jo mere, Dil ko sukun aa jata hai..
ishq me gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
Suraj Se hi jalna sikha
 Suraj se hi chalna sikha
 tujhko dekhne ke bad vo moon bhi fika pad jata hai..
 ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
khamosh insan ko bhi fitoor aa jata hai..
 chir du sabko akele aisa dastur aa jata hai..
 ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
 nind bhari aankhen,
 baat karte karte midnight se noon aa jata hai..
 jo milna hua jaruri to saloon bhi aa jata hai..
 ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
 chup rahane walon ko bhi Gali Ka tune aa jata hai..
 aankh uthakar Dekha to hath mein knife or spoon aa jata hai..
 ishq mein gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..
chahat itni jyada ke monsoon aa jata hai..
 mohabbat humsafar ho jaaye to immune Aa jata hai
ishq me gunah ka junoon cha jata hai..

Isha or junoon

3 Love

10 Movies Every Entrepreneur Needs to Watch
No one ever said being an entrepreneur would be easy. A million obstacles seem to stand in the way each and every day. The naysayers and budget woes can be enough for the average person to start waving the white flag.
But you are not an average person: You’re an entrepreneur. That means that even when times are tough, you’re still going to march forward.
Yet when this whole entrepreneur thing becomes overwhelming, take a break and look for some much needed motivation. And what better way to find inspiration than watching movies ?
Whether it’s a heart warming adventure, irreverent comedy or thought-provoking documentary, a film can inspire and motivate a weary business owner.
With that in mind, here are 10 movies that every entrepreneur needs to watch:

1. The Social Network:
It was no surprise that The Social Network was a blockbuster when it was released in 2010. After all, everyone wanted to see how Mark Zuckerberg became transformed from a Harvard student to launching the most popular social-media network in the world.

Why watch it? Never mind if this was overdramatized. The film gives viewers a better understanding of how to make a startup succeed by exhibiting such qualities as being flexible and resilient. Every time I watch this movie it motivates me to be a better entrepreneur.
2. Glengarry Glen Ross:
Based on David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, this film explores the cutthroat world of Chicago real estate.Glengarry Glen Ross takes a closer look at the lies and betrayals people endure just to succeed in business.


Why watch it? Unfortunately, the business world can be brutal, something you’ll learn even as a salesperson. This 1992 film illustrates just how vicious it can be.
3. Pirates of Silicon Valley:

This was a made-for-TV movie released in 1999 that covers the early days of the country's leading technology hub and the eventual rise of both Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. The documentary-style movie provides an interesting take on the lives of the founders of Microsoft and Apple.

Why watch it? Entrepreneurs are still looking for inspiration from these two iconic “pirates.” It definitely provides pointers to learn from.
4. Citizen Kane:

Even if you’re not an entrepreneur, watch Orson Welles’ 1941 masterpiece. The film revolves around the life of a fictitious Charles Foster Kane, a newspaper tycoon loosely based on William Randolph Hearst and his quest for fortune and power. In the end, however, Kane comes to understand what’s really important in life.

Why watch it? While launching a successful business is a goal of every entrepreneur, it’s not the only goal in life.


5. The Pursuit of Happyness:
Based on the true story of Chris Gardner, this 2006 Will Smith vehicle is one of the most heartwarming and motivational films for entrepreneurs. If you’re not moved by watching Chris and his son struggle to follow a dream, then I am truly puzzled.


Why watch it? Even though he became homeless and struggled to provide for his son, Chris never gave up on his dream. That passion and sacrifice is something every entrepreneur should be willing to embrace.
6. Moneyball:
You don’t have to be a baseball fan to enjoy Brad Pitt’s portrayal of Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland A’s. Because the team didn't have the finances to spend on players, Beane had to discover a unique way to compete.

Why watch it? Beane had to be innovative. And that’s one of the most-well known traits of entrepreneurs: figuring out how to make something better. Also, Beane never listened to the naysayers and never backed down from his vision.
7. Rocky:

This is another film that everyone has to watch at least once. Sylvester Stallone wrote and starred in this ultimate underdog tale of Rocky Balboa going the distance with boxing heavyweight champion Apollo Creed.


Why watch it? Even when the world tells you that you'll never have a chance to succeed, keep fighting. That competitive spirit can take you a long way. And I dare you to listen to the classic score from Bill Conti and not become motivated.
8. Wall Street:
In 1987, director Oliver Stone made Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) one of the most infamous characters in cinema history with his motto “greed is good.” The film centers on the illegal and unethical decisions made by Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) to become filthy rich like Gekko, a corporate raider.


What watch it? Don’t sell yourself out just for the sake of money. Remember, being an entrepreneur isn’t just about becoming rich and famous.
9. Jerry Maguire:

The protagonist, Jerry Maguire (Tom Cruise), had it all: a great career, lots of friends and a beautiful fiancé. One day, however, he has an epiphany: Sports agents shouldn’t just be looking at the money scenes but how to take care of their clients. Jerry loses everything and goes on journey to regain everything he’s lost.


Why watch it? When you’re following your dream, everything else will fall into place both professionally and personally. Jerry Maguire eventually learns this valuable lesson.
10. Office Space:

This 1999 comedy from Mike Judge focuses on Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston), who eventually discovers how much he hates sitting inside a cubicle taking orders from his creepy boss Bill Lumbergh (Gary Cole).

Why watch it? Every entrepreneur hates working for someone else and will even sometimes go to extremes to get fired: I'm not condoning that you embezzle, though: it could result in jail time.
I'm sure I missed a couple. What movie do you think every entrepreneur has to watch?

3 Love

Om Puri Dies at 66: Best 5 movies of the legendary actor
Om Puri has been a lively part of Indian and Pakistani film industry and has also been a part of various Hollywood movies.The Padma Shri awardee passed away on January 06, 2016, at 66 years of age
Om Puri is one of the most versatile actors who has been a part of a broad genre of films. The Padma Shri awardee passed away today morning, on January 06, 2016, at 66 years of age. Om Puri has been a lively part of Indian and Pakistani film industry and has also been a part of various Hollywood movies. The actor has also participated in various social causes and has been one of the most straightforward actors who has voiced his opinions from time to time.
According to reports, the actor suffered a heart attack this morning. The actor has had a long spanning career of 44 years in the film industry, since his debut in the Marathi movie, Ghashiram Kotwal. The actor is most remembered for his cop roles where he has played a the good, bad and powerless cop. As the industry and the world mourn this great loss, here are the top five performances in the memory of this incredibly talented actor.
1. Ardh Satya
Ardh Satya is a 1983 movie directed by Govind Nihalani and one of the initial movies where Om Puri played a policeman. The film also stars Amrish Puri, Smita Patil, Naseeruddin Shah, and Sadashiv Amrapurkar, and features a theme poem by the Marathi writer Dilip Chitre. The movie itself has considered as one of the best cop dramas, and the actor won a National award for his portrayal of Sub-Inspector, Anant Velankar.2. GhayalGhayal has been one of the best 90s movies. The movie, which had Sunny Deol and Meenakshi Seshadri in the lead, also had Om Puri in the role of the good cop. Om Puri played the role of ACP Joe D’Souza, who tried his best to work within the system and do the right thing. The actor continued to play this role and won our hearts in the sequel, Ghayal Once Again.3. DrohkaalThis 1994 crime drama was one of the first movies to portray India’s fight with terrorism. The movie has Om Puri in the lead role along with Naseeruddin Shah. They both play the role of good and honest law enforces in the film,. The movie also examines the mental and psychological trauma that honest police officers go through in their fight against terrorism.4. MaqboolMaqbool is a 2003 Vishal Bharadwaj drama based on play Macbeth by Shakespeare. The movie had Pankaj Kapoor, Irrfan Khan, Tabu and Masumeh Makhija in the lead role. However, the role of Om Puri and Naseeruddin Shah were that of one of the best supporting characters. They played the comic role of corrupt police inspectors-cum-astrologers.5. Actor In LawThis 2016 Pakistani socio-comedy marked the debut of Om Puri in the Pakistani film industry. Directed by Nabeel Qureshi, the movie has Om Puri as Rafaqat Mirza, the strict dad who wants his son to be a lawyer. The actor’s role in the film was highly appreciated.

8 Love

Kahaani 2 review: Vidya Balan is on auto pilot mode in this thrilling ride
Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh
Director: Sujoy Ghosh
Cast: Vidya Balan, Arjun Rampal, Jugal Hansraj
After the debacles of Ghanchakkar and Humari Adhuri Kahaani, Vidya Balan is back and how! Director Sujoy Ghosh teams up with the actor four years after the blockbuster Kahaani and the result is an equally impressive, edge-of-the-seat suspense drama that keeps you hooked.



Tuck in for a spoiler-free review of the movie.
Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh is the story of a woman trying to protect her daughter.

We meet a happy mother-daughter duo content with their humble surroundings and enthusiastic about the struggles they have. But their quiet life is soon turned upside down by a turn of events they have no control over.

A wonderful thing about Sujoy’s film is that there is nothing grand – the situation and the characters look grounded and what makes the movie great is the realism.

Much like Kahaani, the bylanes of Chandan Nagar, Kolkata and Kalingpong - where the film is based - form an important part of the narrative.

Vidya Balan in a still from Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh. (Youtube)

Sujoy, who has also written the film, should receive accolades just for making an entire film around the taboo subject of child abuse within the family and how family protects the perceived “dignity” of the adult rather than caring for the child. The fact that it is a wonderfully made film and a riveting thriller is an added bonus.

For instance, Vidya talks to the girl in the film in an attempt to make her talk about the abuse. The simplistic tone of the dialogues and the urgency in Vidya’s performance could be a lesson on parenting.
Arjun Rampal, who plays a cop investigating the case, has a very well-planned and clearly etched character in Inspector Inderjit Singh who just cannot get a promotion despite all honest attempts.
A side story involving his wife, daughter and the family life is a relief in the otherwise tense narrative of Kahaani 2. Arjun’s character also brings some comic relief to the plot with some black humour thrown in just the right measure.

The only let-down in Kahaani 2 is the climax. It is rather disappointing to see a high-tempo, fast-paced thriller suddenly taking the predictable-Bollywood-cliche dip. You are likely to be reminded of Ishqiya and TE3N, Vidya’s previous movies in the climax sequences.

With Vidya’s stellar performance, Arjun’s strong support, Sujoy’s bold story and an engaging screenplay, Kahaani 2 is a must watch.

5 Love

"Ha Ishq Hai gur sevi mitha ishq hai imli se khatta ishq hai rab se vi sona ishq hai Chanda se hashi ishq hai sach se vi saccha ishq hai jhut mano to bo ishq hai jan se vi pyara ishq hai bado k age ishq hai sarab se vi nashila ishq hai gulab se vi sundar ishq hai samundar se vi gehera ishq hai tuta ainasha dil mei ishq hai bedo mei likkha ishq hai grantho mei vi likkha ishq hai Pyar se vi pyara ishq hai tu jishmei hai bo ishq hai jati dharm na mane jo bo ishq hai kishivi vashame bolo ushme ishq hai Mar k vi jinda ishq hai. "

Ha Ishq Hai 
gur sevi mitha ishq hai 
imli se khatta ishq hai 
rab se vi sona ishq hai 
Chanda se hashi ishq hai 
sach se vi saccha ishq hai 
jhut mano to bo ishq hai 
jan se vi pyara ishq hai 
bado k age ishq hai 
sarab se vi nashila ishq hai
 gulab se vi sundar ishq hai 
samundar se vi gehera ishq hai 
tuta ainasha dil mei ishq hai 
bedo mei likkha ishq hai 
grantho mei vi likkha ishq hai 
Pyar se vi pyara ishq hai 
tu jishmei hai bo ishq hai 
 jati dharm na mane jo bo ishq hai 
kishivi vashame bolo ushme ishq hai 
Mar k vi jinda ishq hai.

Ha Ishq hai ...

4 Love