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      I saw this banner on road which read like “Being Happy is so much simpler now!” for a moment I was stunned and then I almost fell on floor, could not resist myself laughing, whoever framed that must have been in cloud nine unless , he could not have framed that simply coz being happy is not the easiest thing in the world and too with the pace with which things are happening now, sometimes people are forgetting to be even happy, work and pressure drags till midnight and then our body demands sleep and we oblige to it. Peer Pressure and tough competition, fast paced things makes us forget some tiny little cute things.

      I received a SMS sometime back which says “The Man who is always smiling doesn’t means that he has no problem, but the smile shows that he has the ability to overcome all the problem”, very true, but the thing is we forget to smile when we are in problems. Being happy at times of toughness is the real happiness, winning in a battle over lions will only give you satisfaction and not over ants. Why this fuss over happiness all of a sudden, I watched this movie Unnale Unnale, please thangala thangala,

      There was no lip synchronization for the lead, no clarity in the character definition, situations happen in all places you simply can’t figure whether the scene takes in Australia, Chennai or Thanjavur, haywire. Looks like the team behind the movie would have been in a hell a lot of pressure to make things up, that’s the way it looked on screen, but there is one thing in the movie which definitely needs to be appreciated, the theme of the movie, Accept people as they are. Sounds so simple, but we always expect the people we love and feel for should oblige to what we like and feel, but forget that they too might be feel that we should oblige to what they like, vicious circle and the relationship goes bonkers.

      Well as of now, if someone asks me what is the thing which will make me happy the most, the answer would be to “Make your loved ones happy”, last year if I remember correctly there was this speech given by Super star which goes like “ we decorate our child, for fancy dress competition etc etc:-, its not to make the little kids happy, we get happy by decorating themselves, making them beautiful, we get happy by making them happy, it’s the same with worshipping GOD, all sacrifices/songs worshipped for GOD, doesn’t make GOD happy, in the process we get elated” ( not sure whether I have translated to the fullest meaning)”, at that point when I was listening to that, I could not make the meaning out of it. Now I understand that the happiest thing in the world is to let your dearest and loved ones feel comfortable and make them happy and feel home.

      Well this is what even the movie also tried to project, but poor screen play or whatever you call it spoiled the movie. Last time I expected a lot for Silunu oru Kadhal and I had similar expectations for Unnale Unnale also and this also let me down though it carried with it a theme which is demanded for the present world situation.

      Apart from that, the only thing which made me to sit in theatre was the exotic locations the film had, the song picturisation and Harris’s music. Just to feel the movie theme one might go for the movie but apart from that it is a bad time pass.

      Life is Beautiful* Terms and conditions apply… its we who apply the terms and conditions just blend the rules, then we can feel the true essence, life is a such a broader picture and what we see is just a tiny dot. Sometimes being lonely can bring magic to what we really are.

      Life is Beautiful - Sunday, April 22, 2007 -

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