Ok, I am all set to write my first post in KPHSonline.
I just came back home from office and I was listening to the songs of Kaadhal Kondein. It kind of kindled my college day memories. Nowadays, I don't really get to remember those things we did back in college. But somehow, listening to this and especially the soundtrack and not just the songs (remember Kaadhal Kondein is one of the very few tamil films where the film's original soundtrack was separately released. Did I buy it, Hell No, you are insulting millions of internet users!) made me remember the way we watched this film after an introductory class by Mr. Vaalarivan on 'C' (wish we had a few more guys like him to teach). Alright, those memories made me to write this post (you see, that's what I am getting at!).
So, what does Stanley Kubrick has to do here? Well, after logging on to the blogger, I was thinking what to write apart from writing that Lotus Notes sucks and my Sennheiser headphone rocks, then I remembered what he said – "If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed". As you can see, this is what most Indian directors do but not in the right way :). Your thinking has to be right, right? Not like our Susi Ganeshan who claims to have directed 'the tamil film of the decade!'. And, I thought, if I can think of something, why can't I write it? Ok, now you know what most bloggers do and I am no different. Reader discretion advised :).
I will continue to write whatever I think. But, I cannot write them all. As Sujatha said, "when a truth is told, it cannot be a 100% truth". And, unless you completely mask your identity you cannot tell everything you thought. Sometime later, I intend to write something anonymous so I can be completely true to my thoughts.