Soul Filling Solo

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Solo is an anthology of four tales based on four elements – Fire, Water, Wind and Earth. Dulquer Salmaan is the common element, playing four different characters in each story. And this incredible feat has earned him a lot of praise from the critics, though they were less favorable for the movie’s treatment and preference to style over substance.

Bejoy ‘s writing is joyful and engaging, and he has used different color tones, music and even backdrop for the four stories.

Overall, Solo is a gorgeous-looking film. It has its definitive colour and some cosy moments.

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Insecurities can be your worst enemy.  Think of a task or an action you can’t motivate yourself to do. Create a mental picture how you will take action. Now colorize the picture with bright and vivid colors. It produces great results. The trick is to be positive and remain persistent

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Moving on isn’t easy.

One reason why people feel stuck is because they don’t have a clear thoughts on how to rid of the problems; they don’t really know where they want to go. Spending time on getting clear about what you want to achieve will help you get there sooner.

I know stories never really end, even if you pretend they do. Stories always go on.

Clear your baggage. Acknowledge, accept and let go of your feelings.

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Complicated?

Complicated questions often has a simple answer.

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I know I’ve failed.

On some days things don’t go as planned. I fall. Or fail. Or stumble. Sometimes by losing a battle you find a new way to win the war. I don’t to waste my energy trying to cover up failure. The reason is failure is simply the opportunity to begin again.

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Fan vs Follower

Not everyone who follows you is your fan.
follower vs fan

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Don’t Grow Up, It’s a Trap

Don’t Grow Up, It’s a Trap
Don’t you sometimes wish you could be a kid again?

We all would have uttered the title at least once, either as a joke, or we truly mean it when we miss our adolescence.
I agree with what Pablo Picasso said,
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”

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Sakhavu

sakhavu

(Spoiler free opinion)

Sakhavu leaves a message by taking us through its two main lead characters. The story of the film is just the same old thing but the film’s purpose is to be an eye-opener and an inspiring story.
The pacing of the film may test our patience likewise take an anticipated turn.

By the by, Sakhavu has got its heart at the perfect place. The film will move you and can be an eye-opener for some. Yet at the same time, the film could have been a lot better.

Conclusion: Sakhavu is decent one-time watch.

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Kaatru Veliyidai

Kaatru Veliyidai

(Spoiler Free Opinion)



Mani sir’s film is a celebration for cinephiles. The euphoria is so much that the entire industry wants ManiRatnam to emerge as a winner.


First of all this isn’t one persons opinion, I promise you this is one of the best Manirathnam’s movie ever. I feel like the other people saw a completely different movie.


Having said that, what’s amusing about Mani sir is his ability to extract the visual output from cinematographers. Cinematography is a big asset, no surprises because Mani loves his shots to be picture perfect. AR Rahman’s soundtrack is the icing on the cake. 


Like most of his films, Mani sir uses nature as a powerful tool for narration. Visually, Kaatru Veliyidai is beautiful, beyond anyone’s imagination.

With Mani sir, the premise doesn’t matter, the characters do. And the way they fall in love.



Conclusion: Kaatru Veliyidai is for grownup audience. Others please ignore watching it.

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Thank You Zoho

Some stories don’t have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what’s going to happen next.

I always believe that most everything comes from nothing. An idea is easy to copy, but experiences are very hard to replicate.
It’s not everyone who has a team who is reliably kind and understanding, and I feel that I’ve been so much blessed.

I am leaving here today with a wealth of knowledge I will always treasure. Working here has been a fantastic learning experience and I am thankful for the skills I’ve acquired. I feel as if being here with you all each day has made me a more complete and well-rounded person.

Being part of multiple team has taught me skills that I can use in more than just the professional area of my life. My relationships on a personal level are in a better place than they were, thanks to some of the things I’ve learned from many of you.

As I get older, the only thing that speeds up is time. But as much as it’s true that time is a thief, time also leaves something in exchange. With time comes experience — and however uncertain you may be about the rest of the world, at least about your own work you will be sure.

In career it’s not how long it is, but how good it is, is what matters.

I believe one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself, is to decide, without apology, to commit to the journey, and not to the outcome.

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Fear is going to be a player in my life, but you get to decide how much. You can spend your whole life imagining nightmares, worrying about your pathway to the future, but all there will ever be is what’s happening here, and the decisions we make in this moment, which are based in either love or fear.

You have a choice. You can either be a passive victim of circumstance or you can be the active hero of your own life.

I’m grateful for the 3+ years of warmth, friendship, and support. I couldn’t have done it without you, nor can I take the next steps without your help.

Again a big thanks to ZOHO for everything it has given to me.

With a heavy heart and mixed emotions I say goodbye.
Thank you everyone!

Aditya Was In Zoho

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