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Poem ‘V I S I O N’ written and narrated by Jasmeet Panesar.
- WriteMake Creations -
Let me write to express what I have in mind.
Let me write to showcase what I see all the time.
Let me write to make a world of mine.
Let me write to show you what I’d like.
Let me write so I can narrate what I have ready to decorate.
Let me write so there is something for you to read.
Let me write so there is something for you to see.
Let me write so there is something for me to share.
Let me write so there is something for me to declare.
Because writer’s will come and go, but leave behind what they wrote.
Why I write is because there are stories I’d like to tell
Why I write is because sometimes I’m scared.
Why I write is because I just don’t know how to say.
Why I write is because I wish for the unheard to be heard
I write for what is on my mind all the time.
I wish for what needs to be told for the later to be sold.
A writer’s theme
A writer’s vision
A writer’s dream
For film and television
Is to create a scene to be witnessed.
A photographer with a camera
A photographer with a frame
A photographer snapping pictures
To start a career and make a name
An artist with an item
An artist with an object
An artist with a canvas
To sketch a portrait
A musician’s lyric on the page
A musician’s moment
A musician’s music
That they want us to hear as they tear the roof of the stage
Like every other creative talent,
We want to showcase what we can do and what we have.
Wanting to premiere the efforts we draft.
This is why I write poetry so that I can craft.
What I can’t say and let the drafts on the paper speak for itself
Like an artists canvas
Like a photographers pictures
A writer uses words on their notepad,
As they jot words what represents,
The vision that they all have!
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RANBIR KAPOOR LETS HIS ‘SHAMELESS’ SIDE OUT IN NEW COMEDY FILM BESHARAM
Heartthrob Turns Cheeky Roguein Reliance Entertainment’s next
Bollywood sensation Ranbir Kapoor will assume the guise of a cheeky chappy in his latest film incarnation as a car mechanic with a big heart and a penchant for petty theft in the comedy film of the year Besharam (Shameless), releasing 2nd October 2013 through Reliance Entertainment.
Besharam marks the first film to feature Ranbir Kapoor with his parents, screen legends Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh. The film also stars Pallavi Sharda who made her debut in My Name is Khan and comedy king-pin Javed Jaffery. It is directed by the accomplished Abhinav Kashyap, who previously directed the blockbuster Dabangg. The musical score comes from popular film composer Lalit Pandit responsible for memorable scores for mega cinematic hits such as Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Dabangg.
Ranbir Kapoor plays ‘Babli’, a street smart, fun-loving, football-playing car mechanic who has seen the dark side of life as one of India’s many desolate orphan children. The worldly-wise Babli learnt at a young age how to survive the trauma of having no one to care for him. He grew up fast in a Delhi orphanage and has devoted his life to helping and mentoring the other children in the shelter. The cheeky and fiercely independent Babli takes as his life motto: "Na Samaan Ka Moh, Na Apmaan ka Bhay", translated as "No Want for Respect, No Fear of Disrespect”. The film unfolds his many ‘besharam’ moments with hilarious consequences.
Babli has no sense of right or wrong till he unwittingly hurts the love of his life, Tara (Pallavi Sharda). Babli realises that there is no right way of doing the wrong thing. He sets out to fix all the wrongs in his life but continues to be shameless as he does so. But his parents Inspectors Chulbul Chautala (Rishi Kapoor) and Bulbul Chautala (Neetu Kapoor) are after him to mend his mischievous ways.
This year let your shameless side out and be a ‘Besharam’ by enjoying one of the year’s cheekiest films. Besharam releases nationally on 2nd October 2013 through Reliance Entertainment.