Wednesday, 19 November 2014

When did dream begin?

Question: You say that I am dreaming...when did this dream begin?

Answer: This dream is beginningless and yet it begins forever in now. The mind, your idea of self(which is illusory,) as well as the world which you consider separate from yourself are one and the same thing. They're beginningless in the sense that they start with the time and space. You might say that an event A started at a particular time and ended at a particular time, because the event takes place inside time and space. But entirety of cosmos--your mind, self(illusory) as well as the universes start with time and space, therefore they have existed as long as time and space have existed---forever. Talking about the beginning and end of something which started with the beginning of Time is as absurd as talking about the beginning and ending of something which is beyond time; however they're not the same things. 


Now, everything including time and space begin and end in now. Why is that so? It's so because any reality which anything has exists only in the present moment and that's because of you. Your being imparts the illusory reality to every present moment. Past and Future are always ideas. The present moment is always real because of you. Every moment universe, illusory self, mind and the dream ends and begins anew. That's how beginningless begins forever. The dream began Now.

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Vicky Donor!

This is an excellent film. Script is original, performances are above par and it's a very hilarious, very enjoyable, very entertaining comedy. 

The first half is mostly comedy, whereas second half of the movie is slightly emotional and very romantic but nevertheless enjoyable.


The story is very original. Vicky Arora is a careless young man who is unemployed. Doctor Chaddha who runs a clinic for infertility finds in Vicky  a super sperm donor and tries hard to convince him to become a regular donor for his clinic. This makes for a great story. The performances are superb. Annu Kapoor is extremely comical. Ayushmaan Khurana who debuted  with this film in both acting and singing is a versatile performer. Dialogues are so funny that you're bound to burst in laughter. 

It's an excellent film in many senses. First is-it's a movie on a  'taboo' subject and yet it's so convincing and funny. It goes on to prove that whenever hard work is put with originality you can produce a superb film which would be well liked by audience as well.

Music is also amazing. I think this is one of the best Bollywood movies ever and definitely one of the best comedies of all times. I enjoyed watching this movie and it made me burst in laughter in the first half and made me shed some cold tears in the second. A great entertainer indeed. I would give it 8.5 out of 10.