Trending movie, Salman Khan starrer – Bajrangi Bhaijaan has won hearts all over the country. A lot has been said about the performance of the little girl ‘Munni’ / ‘Shahida’. (Harshaali Malhotra) too.
So here’s a short take on what we can all learn from the movie:
1. Our neighbours and us, we are pretty much the same! Yet, the Ind / Pakistan rift shows no signs of coming to a complete and definite halt. Other countries with border disputes fight too, but several have found ways to work around it as well.
2. People are people and helping people should come first, above anything else. Religion, culture, class, skin colour etc are discriminatory factors. How long will you like or dislike someone based on what they eat or who they pray to?
3. Well, Salman Khan does make ‘honesty’ a prime trait in the movie. And of course, honesty can take you far. Despite the fact that it’s people who may come in the way of how far it can take you…
4. Faith / belief in something is always important. Be if a GOD, a person, a morale. You should always have strong faith in something.
Doesn’t one love the thought of a Sunday brunch with all its colossal spread of dishes?
Before the impending Monday blues *hics* head over to Andheri’s new outpost Lemon Leaf and treat yourself to a splendid Sunday Brunch featuring the best of the South East Asian delicacies. The prices are guaranteed to vow you with a never ending all-you-can eat spread at Rs. 699 (all inclusive without alcohol)
Rs. 999 (all inclusive, deliciously packed with our unique Asian cocktail twists!)
Donning a brand new Asian Garage cum Gastro-pub avatar, Lemon Leaf’s new and unconventional format combines Asian dining, great service and a funky Asian themed bar (with potent cocktails to match), at value for money prices and great portion sizes! Choose from a wide array of breathe-taking curries, uber delicious dimsums, burgers, salads and the likes. Hot sellers in Thailand, now in India –Try the Thai-Chinese Bao’s (hawker-inspired burgers, if you may) that are accompanied by a crunchy oriental salad, Sriracha Mayo and a filling of your choice that could include mushroom, tofu, chicken or fish. For those who love a hearty meal, bite into our pre-plated mains or soupy meals (such as the Laksa, Pho or Khowsuey), else just go healthy with our BIG stir fry bowls (that we recommend you share!).
With ample food to palate and devour, get ready for a fun-filled day only at Lemon Leaf!
When: Starting this Sunday (June 28th, 2015)
Price: Rs. 699 without alcohol and Rs. 999 with alcohol inclusive of all taxes
Address: Ground Floor, Royal Sands Building, Lane Between Raheja Apartments & Option Stores, Off Lokhandwala Complex, Andheri West, Mumbai – 400053
Contact Number: 8080809366
Rabri Devi, Sonia Gandhi and Jayalalitha were flying together in a plane.
They were just talking among themselves when Rabri said: ‘I have this 100 rupee note. If I drop this from the plane then it will fall on the ground and one Indian will pick it up and so I can make one Indian happy.
So Sonia pulled out two 50 rupee notes and said : If I drop these two 50 rupee notes, I can make two Indians happy.
Lastly Jaya pulled out 100 one rupee note and said: ‘If I can drop all 100 one rupee notes, then I can make 100 Indians happy.’
Seeing all this hypocrisy the pilot could not resist himself and said: If I can drop all three of you from the plane ,I can make one billion Indians happy.
Q: What is a king’s favorite kind of precipitation?
Q: When does it rain money?
A: When there is “change” in the weather.
Q: What’s the difference between a horse and the weather?
A: One is reined up and the other rains down.
Q: Why does Snoop dog need an umbrella?
A: Fo’ Drizzle.
Q: What do you call it when it rains chickens and ducks?
A: Foul (fowl) weather.
Q: What did one raindrop say to the other?
A: Two’s company, three’s a cloud
Q: Why did the man use ketchup in the rain?
A: Because it was raining cats and hot dogs.
Q: Where did the meteorologist stop for a drink on the way home from a long day in the studio?
A: The nearest ISOBAR
Q: What’s worse than raining buckets?
A: Hailing taxis!
Q: How can you wrap a cloud?
A: with a rainbow.
Q: What goes up when the rain comes down?
A: An Umbrella.
Q: What do you call two straight days of rain in Seattle?
A: A weekend.
Q: What is the Mexican weather report?
A: Chili today and hot tamale.
Q: When is Monday coming?
Q: What do you call a wet bear?
A: A drizzly bear
Q: What does daylight-saving time mean in Seattle?
A: An extra hour of rain.
Q: Where do lightning bolts go on dates?
A: To cloud 9
Q: What did the hail storm say to the roof?
A: Hang onto your shingles, this will be no ordinary sprinkles.
Q: What did the evaporating raindrop say?
A: I’m going to pieces.
Q: What did one raindrop say to the other raindrop?
A: My plop is bigger than your plop.
Q: What is a queens favorite kind of precipitation?
Q: Can Bees fly in the rain?
A: Not without their yellow jackets
Q: How do lightning bolts flirt?
A: They electrocute each other
Q: How do thunderstorms invest their money?
A: In a combination of liquid assets and frozen assets
Q: What do you call a months worth of rain?
Q: What do you call dangerous precipitation?
A: A rain of terror.
Q: Why was the blonde standing outside the department store in the rain?
A: She was waiting to cash her rain check!
Q: What often falls but never gets hurt?
Q: What did the yogi say when his student asked him what he wanted for his birthday?
A: I wish no gifts, only presence
Q: What did the Yogi say to the criminal?
A: You have the right to remain silent!
Q: Why didn’t the yogi buy the vacuum cleaner?
A: It came with too many attachments!
Q: What did the yogi tell his restless student?
A: Don’t just do something – Sit there!
Q: What did the yogi say to the hot dog vendor?
A: Make me one with everything!
Q: How did the yoga teacher accidentally kill his pet?
A: His karma ran over his dogma
Q. Why did the yogi refuse anesthesia when having his wisdom teeth removed?
A. He wanted to transcend-dental-medication!
Q. What did the sign in the window of the yoga master searching for a new disciple say?
A. Inquire within!
Q: What did the yogi say to his dog?
A: Nama, stay!
Q: What do Yoga meditation and an apple peeler have in common?
A: They both take you to the core.
Q: What do Yoga meditation and a fudge cake have in common?
A: They each bring you a piece or peace of heaven.
Yoga humor? I dunno, that’s a stretch.
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