Showing posts from January 21, 2009


Amitab Bachan, Shahrukh Khan,
Salman Khan or Amir Khan,
No one could or no one can,
Act in “style” as Rajini can!

He is superb. He is star.
People call him super star!
Acting-wise, he marshals all,
Modeled he is, by them all.

He can lit fire, inside seas,
And open his heart on pleas.
He is stylish he is smart,
That’s why he is Rajini Kant!

He is kind he is humane.
Outside films, he is plane.
He delivers film dialogues, fine,
He rules thus our heart’s domain.

Unselfish his heart shines bright,
He walks always head upright.
Might he comes late but he wins,
Latest, on all those his foes!

He is dark and he is lean,
And not so tall as stars seen.
He still is but super star,
Says Indian Commentator.

Amitab Bachan, Shahrukh Khan,
Salman Khan or Amir Khan,
No one could or no one can,
Act in “style” as Rajini can!
Rajini Kant, the South Indian film actor, has fans not only in India but also all around the world. His fan following extends from Japan to…

Exam Special

What are you? –Some one asked.
I retorted- I am a question. An answerless question! If you want to know me, don’t ask questions. Just come to me and love.
How can one assess a person- his talents, his individuality, his knowledge, his skills, his demeanours, his wisdom, and a lot more things other than this- just by asking some questions?

Think of it, in the case of examinations. The class tests, the internal exams, the public exams, the entrance exams and many more! Think about them. You are being asked questions, direct or indirect, twisted or simple, with or without choices in brackets to select, objective or subjective in type.

Do these exams really assess what the real talent of the person is? If a person is- suppose, I am giving an example, just think- an athlete, how can you know what he can do, with a couple of questions in objective, subjective or any type? Oh, beaver get me a bridge!!!

I don’t know, whether any other method is adopted in any other part of the globe, other than …

Friends For Ever-2

Notfor gold or for any other treasures,
I can’t exchange the friendship of yours.
In all those fine weathers of learning days,
I found the finest feel with you always.
O friend, the gate that never closes there,
Had closed for sorrows outside of the door.
Gateless is the college and the minds there,
Where all sung songs of friendship’s metaphor!
May, this season trespass the age and time!
And hold the feeble days of stooping spine.
As you have spent your time for this verse mine,
I dedicate my life, for friendship thine…

This is The Indian Commentator’s dedication for all those wonderful people who believe in the power of love and friendship.