Saturday, November 24, 2007
Spectacular.......a movie that muse receive a grand applause..........Bhool bhulaiya is one of the movies that absolutely chill ur spine........the last time I was so spooked when I saw RGV ki AAG.........super shit work by him..........but BB rox.............xcellent blend of comedy, science fiction, heritage tales, and romance..........Benaras has been very well portrayed......Shiney Ahuja does indeed look like a Maharaja...........Akshay Kumar though childish brings out the true mindset of a psychiatrist.........Vidya Balan is too good..........Aami che Tomar song makes u spring outta ur seat.........good work fella's.........keep such movies rollin' out.......and we will acknowledge ur creativity...........A \.m./ eya
Monday, November 12, 2007
well im a pakka couch potato and here im usng my right to pass comments on da film Om Shanti Om..........well da name of da film is perfectly given........and suits the story in all sense........this is what i feel a true lovestory shud be........a perfect blend of comedy.......romance..........drama........suspense..............SRK Kaka has proved once again tht he is worthless and overacts 2 much..................Deepika luks stunning and carries out role of Shantipriya and Sandy very well..........Arjun Rampal.........was a perfec villian............esp the scene in the set vid Deepika..............Farah u have done a rokin job..........Vishal and Shekhar have lent their best blend of muzik ever to this muvee...................Shreyas Talpade desrves a supporting actor award for dis....................the sets r 2 good.............a true movie depicting the real essence of the film Industry in Mumbai..................."Mind it...........u rascalAAAA".....................gr8 work!!!!!!!
SRK kaka hi time u retired............does were not 6 pak abs............just ribs.........LOL...........
......................................a \.m./ eya
Saturday, November 3, 2007
Race 4 da lead.............but Man-Ghuu to be blown up by Gunners at Emirates.........cmon Wenger.............kick Alex Fergussons ass
LONDON (AP) -- Arsenal is the surprise pacesetter in the Premier League title race and the Gunners' young team gets its biggest test so far on Saturday when it hosts defending champion Manchester United.
While the leading pair's first meeting this season comes too early to decide the destination of the title, it could provide a clear indication of whether the Gunners' inexperienced squad is equipped to challenge.
The signs are good after last weekend's 1-1 draw at Liverpool stretched Arsenal's unbeaten start to the league to 10 matches, but United is in imperious form having won eight straight Premier League games.
The champions have hit four goals in each of their past four matches -- the first time they have done so in 100 years -- and look set for a strong defense of their title.
"Everything is coming together, as I thought it would, and in good time to take on Arsenal in what could be a key match," United manager Alex Ferguson said. "It's still an open race but Arsenal have had a great start and they're the ones we are chasing at the moment.
"The main thing is I know we will chase them with great fervor and determination."
Arsenal has played one game fewer than United but leads because it has scored more goals. Chelsea is five points back in fourth place ahead of its match at Wigan on Saturday, while third-place Manchester City hosts Sunderland on Monday.Arsenal was expected to struggle after the offseason sale of Thierry Henry and the gradual release of experienced players such as Dennis Bergkamp, Robert Piresand Fredrik Ljungberg.
Instead, the likes of midfielder Cesc Fabregas, Aleksandr Hleb, Emmanuel Adebayor and Theo Walcott have gone unbeaten in all competitions since April and played what some commentators believe to be the best soccer since the inception of the Premier League in 1992.
That's some statement considering how well Arsenal has played in 11 years under manager Arsene Wenger and the admiration that Wayne Rooney and Carlos Tevez are getting for their partnership at United.
"Challenging for a title is a new experience for a lot of their players, but some of them have been there before and the manager has, and that is a big help," Ferguson said. "People said the same about us last year, but we led the league for three-quarters of the season, so I don't think it's a handicap."
United, though, could draw upon some crucial experience for the game at Emirates Stadium, where it lost 2-1 last season. Captain Gary Neville could play his first game of the season after getting over an ankle injury and defender Patrice Evra, who has recovered from a calf problem.
United had a week off because of its early exit from the League Cup, but Wenger fielded several reserves in Arsenal's 3-0 cup win at Sheffield United, so the Gunners are likely to be equally fresh.
Fabregas has hit 10 goals this season -- six more than his tally in 54 matches last year -- and will be among the players to return to the team after sitting out the midweek win.
Also Saturday, Tottenham plays its first Premier League game under Juande Ramos when it travels to Middlesbrough.
Spurs won Ramos' debut on Wednesday, 2-0 over Blackpool in the League Cup, but the defense struggled so much against the lowly League Championship side that Ramos took off center half Younes Kaboul after less than an hour even though he did not have another defender to replace him.
"The most important thing here was the victory," Ramos said. "But against a side like Blackpool, from a lower division, we shouldn't be giving away chances like that given the difference between the two sides."
Tottenham has already beaten Middlesbrough 2-0 in the League Cup this season and is now just a place behind its opponent in the standings after Boro slipped to 17th with four straight Premier League defeats.
Also Saturday, Liverpool is at Blackburn, Portsmouth is at Newcastle, Birmingham is at Everton, Derby is at Aston Villa, and Reading is at Fulham.
West Ham hosts Bolton on Sunday.
Double world champ Fernando Alonso walks out of Vodafone Mercedes McLaren F1 team.........Ron Dennis and Hamilton are ***holes
FORMER double Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso has left McLaren.
Alonso, who won the world title in 2005 and 2006, is now free to sign for another team next season after being released by the team.
“Since I was a boy I had always wanted to drive for McLaren, but sometimes in life things do not work out,” said Alonso in a statement released by the team.
Team principal Ron Dennis added, “Everybody at Vodafone McLaren Mercedes, especially McLaren’s Spanish partners Banco Santander and Mutua Madrilena and the team’s title partner Vodafone, want to wish Fernando all the best for the future.”
The Spaniard, who finished third in the world championship behind rookie team-mate Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s new champion Kimi Raikkonen, has had a strained relationship with the Woking-based team.
Alonso, who left Renault to join McLaren and had two years left on his deal, is reported to be ready to return to drive for the French manufacturer next season.
Alonso had been due to discuss his future with McLaren boss Dennis after a season which saw him put in the shade by Hamilton.
Since the final grand prix of the season at Interlagos in Brazil Dennis has remained tight-lipped over the future of Alonso.
In what has been a troubled season for McLaren Hamilton lost the world title at Interlagos and the team were also involved in the “spy scandal” which saw them fined £50m by the sport’s governing body.
The FIA also threw McLaren out of the manufacturers’ championship when the team was found to be in possession of technical information belonging to Ferrari.
During the FIA investigation it was alleged Alonso had threatened to go to the FIA with sensitive information. This was denied at the time by Alonso’s agent.
Alonso added yesterday, “I continue to believe that McLaren is a great team.”
But the Spaniard admitted there had been problems with the team during the season.
“Yes, we have had our ups and downs during the season, which has made it extra challenging for all of us, and it is not a secret that I never really felt at home,” he said.
“I know there have been suggestions of favouritism within the team and people say a lot of things in the heat of battle, but in the end I was always provided with an equal opportunity to win.
“Today’s decision allows all of us to focus on 2008, and I wish the team, Vodafone, Banco Santander, Mutua Madrilena and all the other team partners who I have worked closely with during the year, the best for the future.”
Dennis also admitted the team and Alonso had not been able to resolve their differences.
“He is a great driver, but the combination of Vodafone McLaren Mercedes and Fernando has not worked out, and in the end we reached a stage where none of us could find a way to move forward,” said Dennis. “We all believe that our joint decision to part company is for the best.”