So, with just a little sleep I could hear some buzzing in my head just before the exam. Not a good sign, I hardly ever do that to myself the night before an exam, but I had no option.
At 0900 I was handed such a royal paper that I wanted to walk out of the room within 15 minutes ‘coz I was sure that I would have to repeat the paper next year. This had never happened before! I consoled myself by thinking about all my friends who were in the same situation. Made myself sit there and write. There was a fan in the room that was making a lot of noise and I had told Ritika (the girl sitting behind me) before the exam that when we won’t have anything to write, we’ll just listen to it creaking. I did that for 25 minutes. Ugh! Ugh ugh ugh!
Falling and tripping, I think I am growing up to be a clumsy woman (my biggest confession on this blog). So I tripped on an escalator today, thankfully I was still down, and broke my favourite chappal. Had to live with that damned thing for so many hours (and a little bruise too. 😦 ).
But I am also learning to take care of myself. I’d like to believe that my fight against my moods is going good. So I decided to go for a movie considering that I have a decent gap before the next exam. Today being a Saturday and Ma being home, I could not possibly have gone alone so I put on my favourite red skirt (taking care of a mood, remember?) and took her along. Bheja Fry!
Bheja Fry has one of the best comic duos that India has today. They started with Channel V, if I am not wrong and have featured together several times – Vinay Pathak and Ranvir Shorey. They, along with Rajat Kapoor, Milind Soman (looked hot!) and Sarika made my day. I don’t remember seeing a better movie than this in ages. I don’t know about technicalities but I know that I have never laughed in a theatre the way I did today. It was outrageous! If you think Khosla ka Ghosla was good, I’d say this is three times better. Vinay Pathak is definitely the man of the movie! It’s about him, it’s his. AWESOME! Classic stuff! And the best thing about it is that you don’t have to leave your brains home unlike for the stupid movies that have started coming and becoming ‘superhits’ too. Plain, clean comedy – that’s what it is.
It’s a must-watch for anyone who wants to have a good laugh.
And now I am going back to have some ‘economic development in my sleep’.