This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 39; the thirty-ninth edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton. The theme for the month is "Break"
After coming back from the break (my last post was three months back), I found the topic of BAT is break. I had to break my head to find what to write on break that would break the literary benchmark I have set for myself. Then I realised that I am unable to break the temporary hibernation of my break from blogging. Somewhere I have to start again.
Should I write about current Indian political scenario? Isn’t the word Break is completely suited to this topic. Isn’t the entire country trapped under the debris of broken promises? Yes it is. But will my writing break the mindset of the people responsible for it? No, but surely it will increase the pain of those who are suffering, the common people.
Should I write about Bollywood? What is there to write though? They are trying to break the benchmark set by Hollywood by copying tollywood. Such a sorry state. Sometimes I search for a wall to break my head after watching such movies, but then the after effect such movies still remains in my head, what if the wall breaks.
Should I write about Indian Cricket? But now when I think about cricket, I find myself confused. Is it a game or just an event for entertainment? Sometime I feel it is neither. So what should I write?
So finally I have decided, I will not write about anything. I am just pasting a video here. Do watch it. I am sure, after watching the video, you will search me to break my limbs, but still I can guarantee that you cannot match with the style in this action scene. This scene is from an Old (Black and White) Tamil Movie, I am still searching for the name of the movie. If somebody knows, do tell me the name. Hey one more thing, there is no dialogue in the scene so don’t worry even if you don’t understand Tamil. Do watch this, its a once in a lifetime experience.