Where there’s a road, there’s a way: to bond, exchange confidences, encounter a weirdo or two, get drunk, whizz past cool nature scapes and generally chatter on about the trivial and not-so-trivial pursuits of life. 390 more words
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In 1991 the Tamil cinema audience were introduced to a suave and good-looking actor when Arvind Swami took on with panache the role of a step-brother (pucca credentials playing a young district Collector upholding the Law) against Tamil superstar Rajnikanth (an illegitimate son who is the right-hand man to a righteous mob boss – Mammootty) in Thalapathi.
Being closely related to someone who used to work in the revenue department of India can be a major disadvantage while watching cop movies. My father hated watching cop movies where the protagonist goes alone to the enemy camp, shoots down everyone, comes back victoriously without a single drop of sweat or blood and even gets the girl in the end. 909 more words