jiya laage naa..


this amazing song of talaash has intrigued me every time i have heard it..

it reminds me of the feelings that also come in the bhajans’ reciting the feelings of radha for her krishna. one of the stories i read the another day had rukmini serving radha food and later on milk.

it was krishna whose devout bhakt radha is, comes to know, that something was left to be placed in her plate even when we think he isn’t there!

when finally radha had food and is going to sleep, rukmini comes to krishna. he can’t sleep as he says radha has milk before going to sleep. so rukmini acknowledges. she goes and gives radha a glass of milk and comes back. even then krishna cannot sleep. she sees that and queries again. he says that radha should have hot milk.

so she rushes again and come back. now this time krishna’s palm has burn marks. she asks why? krishna says you gave her boiled one, so i took some heat of it.. wow..

Jiya laage na tum bin mora….

is that what bhakti is all about, and is what shraddha results in, brilliant and amazing.. 🙂

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talaash : movie review


talaash movie poster

talaash movie poster

i knew the story of talaash before viewing it in theatres. but what a movie. and like aamir said, those who have known the story and have read the secret still found it interesting. how true!

i loved the movie due to the intensity aamir portrays his character and the bloody truth of being human ~ having to face something ~ which we aren’t fully responsible for. he tries to take a nap on a sunday afternoon while going to a nearby park, where his character’s only child dies in a mishap.

responsibility is a double edged sword and so shekhawat’s character feels it all along that he was responsible for his child’s death, spoiling his relationship with his lovely wife. only when she has found a neighbour who can talk with the departed ones, she realises that they have been osing out on time. inspector shekhawat is on another mission, of deaths related to a superstar and the talaash (search) for the background of this untimely and illogical death of a well known character in bollywood.

suddenly, rosy comes in and the search takes turns and twists. kidnapping and other motives are sprayed on the canvas.

i loved the pace of the film and the music has been going on through my ears for last 2 months or so.
jee le zara, muskaanein jhooti hain are my favorites and jiye laage na – most heard song of the album.

aamir, raani and kareena have done a good work

overall this movie is definitely worth watching!