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I believe ‘time’ is a pseudo-dimension, a mere shadow of the three dimensional space we see. It is an expression of the change we perceive in the net quantum state of an object. There is no time when it comes to an object that is perfectly still, right down to the quantum level, which however is highly improbable.

Having said this, I don’t know much about quantum physics or even physics for that matter! I don’t even know if similar kind of views already exist. I just want to say that I was influenced by none.

ANR passes away!

Akkineni Nageswara Rao, one of the greatest men this land has produced, passed away. Though he was 90, Cancer was something he did not deserve. His contribution to Indian Cinema will never be forgotten nor will he be. RIP, great man. You still live and will, as long as Indian Cinema does.

1 – Nenokkadine

Finally done with “1 – Nenokkadine”!

Sugar, spice and everything nice, but Professor Utonium accidentally added a mysterious substance – Chemical X!!

The movie is a beautiful combination of Fight Club, Shutter Island, Memento (which I haven’t watched, so I rather say Ghajini) and innumerable other good flicks, blended with a dash of “The Departed”, haunting background music, songs with beats borrowed from Manisharma, who in turn borrowed ‘em from God knows where, a hot model-turned-actress, typical mind boggling fights and yes….the Chemical X – Sukumar’s love for psychopathy!

And thus we have “1”! An ongoing boggle-fest conceived by a director who doesn’t know why he made the film, an actor who doesn’t know why he played the lead, an audience which doesn’t know why it watched and liked/hated the film, and me…who doesn’t know why he’s pulling out the control rods out of the confusion reactor.