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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Kangana Ranaut in Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai

Kangana Ranaut in Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai

Kangana Ranaut in Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai

Kangana Ranaut in Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai

Kangana Ranaut in Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai

Kangana Ranaut in Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai


Kangana Amardeep Ranaut is 5ft 8in tall Indian model and actress who acts in Bollywood films who made her Bollywood debut in 2006 with film Gangster.

Her latest Bollywood release is Ekta Kapoor production's Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai where she is performing along with Ajay Devgan, Emraan Hashmi and Prachi Desai.

Check out profile information and hot vivacious pictures of beautiful Kangana Ranuat in our previous posts here, here, here and here.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Prachi Desai

Prachi Desai

Prachi Desai

Prachi Desai

Prachi Desai


Prachi Desai born on 12 September 1988 in Surat, Gujarat, India. She is an Indian film and TV actress best known for her role as Bani Walia in the Hindi television drama Kasamh Se which aired on Zee TV. Prachi is the endorser, spokesperson, brand ambassador and the face of Neutrogena products in India.

She made her Hindi film Bollywood debut with Rock On! where she performed along with Farhan Akhtar, Shahana Goswami, Koel Purie and Nicolette Bird. Her latest Bollywood release is Ekta Kapoor production's Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai where she is performing along with Ajay Devgan, Emraan Hashmi and Kangana Ranaut.

Check out more details and hot vivacious pictures of beautiful Prachi Desai in our previous post.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Within the Lines


What if there was nothing to discover? No story, no thousand words, no answer to a non-riddle? What if it was really, really, just a game of forms and colors?
Would it be a sin?
Does this lady need a past?
Is it really so bad for something to be "just" a pretty picture?
We know of the danger of beauty, we know the seductive spectacle means flirting with submission, yet is it really so immoral?

We possibly wouldn't say it about RafaƂ Wilk's works. They are often witty, playful, insightful. They play with the idea of light, of bi-dimensionality, of what a work is.
But, to continue on my doubt - does having a story constitute a challenge? Or is it just because we like the indolence of layered thinking, the safety net of there being "something else", so as to let our imagination ride a little further...? But haven't we turned it into a rule for (a lot of) contemporary art? This story-telling capacity? (Can someone say a good story about this? If so, the author of the story and the author of the work get a bonus.)
What if it's a pretty picture? What if it's pretty, pretty, pretty, a thousand times pretty? What if it's so damned pretty you don't want it to be a story, to go beyond it being pretty?
Of course, I have the right to omit the depth. And then also, every good story is many stories deep. But some of the best works I know present a fascinating resistance to storytelling. They are like a stone, at once attractive and opaque. They make me want to read within the lines.

And here, somewhat related, is a summer holiday bonus:

 

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