Thursday, October 19

For Your Eyes Only

My first blog is dedicated to my sweetest pie..the apple of my eye....my lil baby bro - Pramod. He is the sole reason I am here. Pammooo, my baby boo....This is all for your eyes in particular...Love Ya.

10 comments:

Jules said...

Hi Tina

Lovely! Both you and your brother make a lovely sight. I think u have just started blogging. I wish you all success. Ansd I would be a regular reader of your blogs and comment on them

Jules said...

Tina,

Can I become a team member too? If so pl let me know and include me.

Truly Tina said...
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Truly Tina said...

Yes, I have just started blogging. Thanks for for your wishes and support. I don't know where you hail from....But it would be interesting to see how you would react to some of my blogs....Anyways, keep reading on & posting me your comments.

Jules said...

Hi Tina,

I am from Mumbai India. Yes, I do look forward to your blogs with
bated breath and rest assured, will offer my critical comments.My e mail id is torusdirect@yahoo.com

c u by and by

Truly Tina said...

Jules,

Oh u from aamchi Mumbai....Just wrote a blog on Gandhigiri..check out my other blogs on my profile...Tina tells ..Lol

Tina

vichchoobhai said...

Hey Tine,

On a serious note, Richard Attenborough's film GANDHI is being shown at the Goa Film festival. Have u seen it? U may not recognise Om Puri and Rohini Hattiangadi.Ben Kingsley as Gandhi rocks!
U must also see Shyam Benegal's Making of Gandhi. A good film. This will give added dimension to your newfound interest in Gandhi and his philosophy. Unlike Lage Raho, which was a comedy, these two are Biopics. If u want a critical view of Gandhiji u can also see Gandhi Virudh Gandhi, a play which was censored and banned sometime ago. It shows that though Gandhi as a leader and thinker was great, he had problems with his son Harilal. Interesting play. Anyways, it is up to u.
Bye

vichchoobhai said...

there is no Satyajit Ray version of Gandhi as far as I know, It was Shyam Benegal's "Making of Mahatma" with Rajat Kapoor playing Gandhi. Do see it sometime.

Tina Jacob said...

Yep dat was a lil blooper form mah end

vichchoobhai said...

Ya

Must have been yawning when u typed it. All that sleep deficit is telling on u. Take care!

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