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2016 Fitness Review

  Running – 1626 km Walking – 42 km Cycling – 594 km Total – 2262 km 10k : 1 Half Marathon: 1 Full Marathon: 3 Ultra: 1 (50KM) No. of Running Injuries : 0 (2 days complete rest per … Continue reading

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Kabali

First of all kudos to Dir Pa Ranjith for showing us ‘ Actor Rajinikanth’ after a long time. Very happy to see Rajini playing his age(no fancy duets/ separate romance track etc..). ( Hope he continues it in future)   … Continue reading

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Fitness Review 2015

2015 Fitness Review   Running – 1360 km Walking – 133 km Cycling – 172 km (Touched cycle only during recovery from injuries.. Hoping to make it regular in 2016)     Total – 1665 km   10k : 1 … Continue reading

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2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 8,200 times in 2014. If it were a … Continue reading

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Velai Illa Pattadhaari

1st Half –> Rehash of Dhanush’s earlier stage movies like Padikathavan/Polladhavan/Yaradi nee mohini/thiruvilayadal arambam etc… I mean the same jobless role/drinking and singing with friends.. But still its “Entertaining” 2nd Half –> All of a sudden, the movie turns into … Continue reading

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Arima Nambi

Arima Nambi –> The same old kidnap story(old wine in old bottle). Few movies will have an excellent first half and pathetic second half, this movie too falls into that category.. First half was racy/interesting & looks like second half … Continue reading

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Vaayai Moodi Pesavum

Vaayai Moodi Pesavum(VMP) –> Only very few directors think of something out of the box and present the same without making any-kind of commercial compromise.. Dr Balaji Mohan falls into that category… Romance/father-son relationship/Media/Politics in Cinema Industry etc portrayed in … Continue reading

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