How does it help India?
Fine. He is man of Indian origin. Being an Indian and if you are Asian Indian you are proud.
However, I do not understand what all this euphoria is all about?
Every time, someone of Indian origin, gets into lime light in that land of dreams , the browns in India are euphoric. He’s one of us they claim. Good. But does s/he think s/he is one of yours, is my question to them.
The initial stories, at least this story here doesn’t fill in his back ground. So we do not know from which part of India he is from and how he is going to help, if at all?
Obama says, Vivek going to take care kids, Ebola and other things but the guys who want guns in that country do not seem to like him!
I think its time the Asian Indians begin to look for our their own stars like perhaps this Nirupama Rao here!
This is Ravi. Well, that’s the guy with the black hat on. One of my good friends. I know him for almost two decades. He is one guy that proves good friends need not spend time together meeting every day. You could still be good friend though you are living miles apart. In fact I wonder if he knows what I am doing right now. But I know that he would always cherish those days that we spent time together watching movies sharing books, having those cuppa of tea and our friends.
It is nice to know that he is growing up and reaching out the skies.
The first time I came across his works was a dubbed venison of the film he worked for ‘BOYS’ to be more precise. That work is outstanding. Especially the way he visualized those songs. He had given a new experience to his audiences. I saw the movie more than a few times. I also asked my audience to go watch it.
The next time I came to know of him was that he was at that point of time working in the Mumbai films. Though I haven’t seen his work to date. Various reasons. Then I came across an article in the ‘KODAK’ magazine. Was that ‘KODAK’ Ravi? Since then I been trying to reach him. Find his address, an email. What ever.
Now “Black’ had happened. I am yet to watch that. I haven’t yet. Knowing Ravi the way I know him and having watched ‘BOYS’, Ravi won’t stop. He has a long way to go and many things to accomplish. And I wish he would take that road to ‘his kinda success’!
Atta boy! Keep it up Ravi!