Nokia tracking lost mobile x-men

 

A social worker will spot a huge bindi and wear well-pleated sarees, politicians are all about giving fire to chaos till they can use it to their own benefit, cops don’t care for crimes and media houses are all about getting TRPs. Sounds like a stereotypical story for a Bollywood satire. Alas, Ajit Sinha’s Wah Taj does not come across as the satire-comedy it aims to be.

The film starts with Shreyas Talpade and Manjari Fadnis trying to enter Taj Mahal on a tractor with the plan to shift base. Yes, they have their entire household luggage with them, including a Krishna idol and a khat (country-made cot). The antics of a Marathi couple claiming its ownership on Taj Mahal, the media frenzy built around the claim and politicians and social workers jumping in the arena for some amusement and profit could have made for a fun watch had the filmmaker established his characters well.

The film does not pause a bit to build up its characters, leaving the audience totally uninterested. We don’t empathise with the poor farmer couple struggling for the land and we don’t laugh at their smart one-liners because they are too cliched.

Nokia tracking lost mobile x-men

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A social worker will spot a huge bindi and wear well-pleated sarees, politicians are all about giving fire to chaos till they can use it to their own benefit, cops don’t care for crimes and media houses are all about getting TRPs. Sounds like a stereotypical story for a Bollywood satire. Alas, Ajit Sinha’s Wah Taj does not come across as the satire-comedy it aims to be.

The film starts with Shreyas Talpade and Manjari Fadnis trying to enter Taj Mahal on a tractor with the plan to shift base. Yes, they have their entire household luggage with them, including a Krishna idol and a khat (country-made cot). The antics of a Marathi couple claiming its ownership on Taj Mahal, the media frenzy built around the claim and politicians and social workers jumping in the arena for some amusement and profit could have made for a fun watch had the filmmaker established his characters well.

The film does not pause a bit to build up its characters, leaving the audience totally uninterested. We don’t empathise with the poor farmer couple struggling for the land and we don’t laugh at their smart one-liners because they are too cliched.

Scientists have confirmed the existence of a “lost continent” under the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius that was left-over by the break-up of the supercontinent, Gondwana, which started about 200 million years ago.

The piece of crust, which was subsequently covered by young lava during volcanic eruptions on the island, seems to be a tiny piece of ancient continent, which broke off from the island of Madagascar, when Africa, India, Australia and Antarctica split up and formed the Indian Ocean.

“We are studying the break-up process of the continents, in order to understand the geological history of the planet,” said Professor Lewis Ashwal from University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa.