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Aneek Dhar: the musical prodigy…

He’s only 18, but Aneek Dhar is already a singing sensation / wonder boy, who was discovered at a popular talent show “Saregamapa”. At this age, he seems to be at par with the leading singers in the country, if not ahead. I wish him all the best. he’s simply spectacular!!

To be honest, i am in total awe with this talent; below is a compilation of his performances on the Show (in a chronological order).


September 11, 2007 at 12:55 am 26 comments

A little wonder named Connie…

How old is she? only SIX years, and she has created a storm on the merit of her incredible performance in the Talent-hunt contest. i was literally in tears watching her singing before a huge crowd. Simon, the Shark, too was melted and dropped his jaws after this sweet little thing stunned the audience with her power packed voice. See for yourself, and i promise, there may be a drop of tear too in your eyes…

and this reminded me of our own little star Abhrakanti, who blew up the audience in Zee Saregamapa contest a year ago…

June 18, 2007 at 10:58 pm Leave a comment

Youtube’s first full-length legal movie

Foureyedmonsters‘ is the first full-length legal feature film to be uploaded on YouTube! Arin Crumley & Susan Buice, from NewYork city, who created the film wrote on their Vlog..

Our project started small, just the two of writing each other notes and sending each other videos. Then it evolved into us creating a feature length film about our story. Then we extended the story in the form of online episodes we’ve posted here on our youtube page. Next we plan to post more episodes and hope to eventually make another larger project.

(Thanks Arin and Susan) i thoroughly enjoyed this work. i hope you (readers) too will like it…

June 16, 2007 at 9:30 pm Leave a comment

The Secret

One of the most talked about film distributed on the net, since its release late last year. it is fascinating to watch the concept of how the whole universe conspires to create opportunities for your truthful desires to be fulfilled, when they are whole heartedly believed and sought in their entireties.

here is the first part of the movie.

May 23, 2007 at 12:10 pm Leave a comment

Last Train to Mahakali: Anurag Kashyap’s first movie

An accidental find, that is. this video (running time 50 mins) was made by Anurag Kashyap, who shot into fame with Black Friday (and threw it away with same intensity with ShaKaLaKa :)), way back in 1997-98 with a meager budget of 2 lakh; it took four days to complete this short film, he claims. So here it is, the directorial debut of very talented Anurag Kashyap.

May 9, 2007 at 11:47 am 5 comments



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