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Jaime Lannister & Tyrion Lannister, sons of Tywin Lannister, the Warden of the West, Lord of Casterly Rock. The former a member of the Kingsguard of The Mad King. The latter, acting Hand & later on Master of Coins. Both of them accused of the same crime: slaying their King.
Jaime killed the Mad King to stop him from torching the entire population of King’s Landing for which he earned the title of the Kingslayer. Although he admitted his crime & many including Ned Stark & Jon Arryn, two of King Robert’s closest friends wanted him to take the Black, in the end the invisible power of Tywin Lannister prevailed & he remained a member of the King’s Guard with the drunken fool Robert only warning him jovially to not make king slaying a habit. 🙂
Tyrion was accused of killing his King, who was also his nephew, Joffrey. Without a shred of evidence he was arrested because his sister, the Queen Regent Cersei, daughter of Tywin, thought it was his doing. While he laid rotting in prison, many people were bribed & threatened to provide false evidences. Every single person turned against him, some for gold, some for coin, some for titles & one even for a pregnant half wit! His father very kindly, through his Uncle Kevan, asked him to admit his crimes & take the Black. But knowing his father well, the dwarf refused. The next day he was sentenced by his own father to death!
I just finished reading A Storm of Swords & I think Tywin’s hatred for Tyrion is most remarkably seen when two of his sons are treated differently by him for the same crime. While Jaime killed the King he was sworn to protect & admitted it he was protected by Tywin’s name. Yes, Tywin didn’t expressly ask Robert to forgive Jaime, but who would want the wrath of Casterly Rock & Tywin Lannister? Definitely not a newly crowned King! On the other hand, the same man did nothing for his dwarf son who claimed to be innocent. Tywin could be remarkably blind when it suited him. He claims to be “unaware” of the incestful relationship of his twins & turns a blind eye to Cersei’s determined efforts to prove Tyrion guilty. Not a single person is bothered about finding the true killer. Not the mother, not the father, not the grandfather. Such is their hurry to kill Tyrion & be done with it. The whole trial is more of a farce than anything, for all of them have already condemned Tyrion in their minds. Just a chapter or two before Tywin sentences Tyrion to death is the chapter where Jaime refuses to give up the Kingsguard & take his rightful place at Casterly Rock. Even this doesn’t prompt Tywin to look at his second son, a dwarf yes, but an intelligent one, as a possible candidate for the Rock. He is willing to take a risk of passing it on to some third person (Oberyn Martell, Willas Tyrell) when he forces Cersei to marry, but not his own son. The man who cannot emphasize enough on the importance of family reputations & legacies fails miserably in laying the foundation of his own family & legacy. A seer, a master planner, a man whose ruling principles gave Westeroes twenty years of peace & are relevant even today fails miserably in the most important choice of his life, a decision which kickstarts a chain of events from where begins the decline of the Lannister name & family.
An entire book can be written on the “what if Tywin Lannister had supported Tyrion the one time it mattered most” & it would be as interesting as the other ASoIaF books I am sure! 🙂
Its not often that Death himself comes collecting.
Sam Winchester you are an exception!
And when he compliments you for a battle well fought, well Sammy need I say more. 🙂
A beautiful start to the new season of Supernatural. Crowley (without even being there technically) & Dean were as usual hilarious. How do I not love these two?!?! 😀
Castiel is now a human, we have angels hunting him down & Sam after being rescued from Deaths icy cold hands (literally) is now possessed by an angel, who I pray does no more damage to him than already done when he decides to take leave!
The Dean ones I do not know who made them but they are from Tumblr, so if its yours let me know. I will give credit.
The Rains of Castamere, new verses:
And who are you, the proud lord said,
That I must bow so low?
Only a cat of a different coat,
That’s all the truth I know
In a coat of gold or a coat of red
A lion still has claws,
And mine are long and sharp, my friend,
As long and sharp as yours
And so he spoke, and so he spoke,
That Lord of Castamere
And now the rains weep o’er his halls
With no-one there to hear
Yes, now the rains weep o’er his halls
With not a soul to hear
And who are you, the brother said
To keep my throne from me?
The boy has no claim, just a stag in name
A lion’s all I see
You have your gods and your false boy king
What have they done for you?
My Lord of Light has the truth, and the might
His fire will lead me true
And so he spoke, and so he spoke
That stag of Dragonstone
And now the flames tear down his pride
And the boy withholds the throne
Yes, now the flames tear down his pride
And the boy withholds the throne
And who are you, the Young Wolf said
To rule with so much fear?
You follow the law of a summer child
But winter is drawing near
When you kill a wolf you enrage his pack,
You’ll fear our howls of war
And when the North brings its icy chill
We’ll hear no lions roar
And so he spoke, and so he spoke
That King of Winterfell
And now the wolves clean out his home
With not a soul to tell
Yes, now the wolves clean out his home
With not a soul to tell
And so they spoke, and so they spoke
Those foes of Casterly
And now their blood will paint her walls
For all the lions to see
Yes, now their blood will paint her walls
For all the lions to see
Lagna Pahave Karun is a marathi movie directed by Ajay Naik. It has Umesh Kamat as Nishant Barve & Mukta Barve as Aditi Tilak in the lead roles supported by Swati Chitnis, Tejashri Pradhan & Siddharth Chandekar.
Nishant & Aditi start a marriage bureau. Their marriage bureau is unique in that it doesn’t fix marriages by tallying horoscopes. They allow the interested boys & girls to meet, but in a dark room where they can judge each other by their thoughts & voice rather than their looks. If the first meet succeeds they arrange for the couple to meet in a coffee shop after which the parents can meet up to finalize the marriage if the couples agree.
Tejashri Pradhan & Siddharth Chandekar play their first ‘couple’ who get married. However a trained & successful astrologist who also runs a marriage bureau bang opposite Nishant & Aditi’s challenges them that their first couple will break up soon as their horoscopes do not match at all.
The movie has a fresh look to it. The concept, although based on the age old duel of whether horoscope match is really necessary for a marriage to succeed, is nicely handled. It highlights the very important point that compromise is necessary in any relationship. Relationships last not because of planetary positions but on how much you value your partner. The fights which led to the temporary separation between Tejashri & Siddharth is thankfully not based on the quarelling, bitchy in – laws but instead it is because the girl was forced into marriage when she wasn’t mentally ready. Hence though you feel angry with her for hurting the hero so much, you can understand when they decide to let bygones be bygones & come back together. So a match without matching horoscopes doesn’t break because the two decide to give their relationship a second chance.
In the meanwhile the background story of Aditi is revealed. The girl has lost both her parents at the time of her birth. Also, her marriage is fixed twice, but is broken because the boys die before their marriage. This naturally causes self esteem issues for her & an uncertainty about getting married ever. Nishant helps her out of this beautifully.
The sets, costumes, actors & dialogues are all brilliant. Mukta looks beautiful & stylish in the movie. The songs are very forgettable. Definitely worth watching in the theatres.
A 4/5 for the movie.
It’s not just a movie. It’s your andaz (style) of living.
17. When you hear the song , “Papa kehte hain bada naam karega” instead of this:
Aamir’s ribbon cutting of the lock up scene comes to your mind.
16. You can’t be friends with someone who hasn’t seen the movie. After all, how can you hang out with someone who doesn’t get your Andaz Apna Apna references. Is there even a point in having a friend who doesn’t laugh or complete your Anadaz Apna Apna dialogues?
15. For you Robert & Bhalla are a cuter couple than Robert & Bella
14. When someone talks smack about the movie, you’re genuinely insulted.
13. When someone asks how was your interview, your reply is:
Hona kya tha? Unka ek ek sawal humare do do jawab, sawal ek, jawab do, sawal ek jawab do, sawal jawab, sawal jawab….chup lambi khamoshi.
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“Mohini, Mohini!” chanted the crowds, and Madhuri Dixit, clad in hand-stitched rags (now known as bespoke designer clothing), stepped onto the stage, welcoming the audience and giving them a general update on her life status, since Twitter wasn’t invented back then. She then proceeded to blow us all away by giving a better performance than every fat kid viral video on YouTube combined, doing much justice to Saroj Khan’s excellent choreography. So excellent, that if you wake most people of my generation at 3 am on a random night and ask them to reproduce it, they probably can without skipping a beat (not applicable to South Bombay). Also, to put it all into perspective, the film I’m talking about, Tezaab, released in 1988, when most people of my generation were two years old.
A few days ago I caught the latest song from Ramleela, called ‘Tattad, Tattad‘, a word described by Urban Dictionary in Hindi as “The sound made when the Hindi language weeps at Munshi Premchand’s grave” and in English as the “state of Ranveer Singh’s clothes in the song”. It also has a dance step that involves Singh just playing with his hair for 20 seconds. Seriously. In the song, Singh and his droid army turn their back to the camera and rapidly run their hands through their hair is if trying to rid it of dandruff. This happens for long enough a duration for it to be considered a legitimate dance step. I checked. From 1988 to 2013, we have come along way. Our songs now rely on names that court ludicrousness and steps that are just our morning routine repeated 20 times. It’s easy to assume what the future holds. In fact, if Harry Potter were Indian and presently enrolled at Hogwarts, this is how Sybil Trelawney would predict it: Sybil: I see something dark in your future… very dark. Hang on, those are Ajay Devgn’s cavities. Harry: This is already depressing. Sybil: You’ll be dancing at Juhu Beach doing something that looks like… brushing your teeth 10 times, and then blowing your nose four times, then flossing twice, and then gargling for about two minutes. Harry: Is self-Avada-Kedavra a thing? And it would end there, luckily before he could be exposed to Shahid Kapoor’s Phata Poster Nikla Hero, and its budding classic ‘Dhating Naach’, also guilty of the ‘LOLWUT’ lyrics crime. In this song, Nargis Fakhri is a firangi chidiya, while Shahid Kapoor is a desi mausambi and I am the person writing a petition to the Hindi Language department, questioning the strict need for ‘metaphors’ and wondering what “dhating naach” means. My guess is that it’s like Dha-ting… you know. Dha-ting you do? It’s all very scientific. The formula to create a hit is thus to write a nonsense lyric, throw in an even worse signature step, make it cruder, sillier than previous examples. Then watch the cash roll in. I can picture the Madagascar penguins in-charge of the entire operation asking lyricists to dumb it down boys, dumb it down. It’s what the audience wants. I just want to ask the audience one question. Is it, really? Is that what you want to dance to? Is that what you want your kids to dance to? You know that they’re going nuts shaking it to the Grand Masti title track, right? It has lyrics that go “I got a rocket in my pocket, oh baby come and launch it”. At least ‘Ek Do Teen‘ taught us how to count right.
And the songs which inspired this article:
Ek do teen…