Reviews

amitbhatnagar on December 26, 2009

On Thursday, the most awaited movie of the year “3 idiots” was released. I had liked Chetan Bhagat’s “Five Point Someone”,when I read it in Engineering Final Year, but somehow, after reading “One night at call center”, I didn’t want to read another one by this writer.  I would not have had high expectations from […]

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amitbhatnagar on January 2, 2009

It was one of those rare occasions when I went on to see a movie without having a prior review or idea about the story. I am normally too choosy when it comes to movies, particularly on the big screen. So it’s really rare for me to see a movie without hearing a good word […]

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amitbhatnagar on October 11, 2007

Just finished A Thousand splendid suns by Khaled Hosseini.. Thought of writing the review here before it gets influenced by others (and more importantly, before I decide to put off the idea of reviving the blog for another blog-worthy happening) First things first!! ATSS is not another Kite-Runner, if you were expecting that. Kite-runner was […]

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amitbhatnagar on January 26, 2007

Watched Guru yesterday… Though the movie has its share of shortcomings, but overall it’s quite a likeable one. Makes you realize the power of your dreams… Great performances by everyone, nice background score.. I’d better deal things one by one…. Storyline:: Guru is the story of a winner… A typical story of rags to riches […]

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amitbhatnagar on January 6, 2007

<< Originally posted on my blogspot blog on Tuesday, September 06,2005 >> Hey!! Here is a brief review of one of the best books i have ever read: The Fountainhead Mindblowing!!!! Too good!! I agree that we’d perhaps hate Roark if we face him in our surroundings, but the way the books presents him is […]

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