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On Ganapati Festival

Posted: September 14, 2016 by aawraa in My Marathi

वेगवेगळ्या वस्तूंपासून गणपती साकारणारे जेव्हा गर्वाने गणपती घडवल्याचा आव आणतात तेंव्हा मला त्यांन्हा एवढेच सांगावेसे वाटते कि,
“अरे मूर्खां, गणपती ने तुला घडवले, तू गणपती ला नाही..!”

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On Ganapati Festival

Posted: September 6, 2016 by aawraa in My Marathi, Philosophy

Today I saw a vehicle in which Ganpati’s murthy was seated little worried about people around it, because:

  1. Piano player tuning zingat song with right hand while holding a cigarette in left.
  2. So-called Bappa’s fans dancing like there is no tomorrow.
  3. Middle aged lady mincing sleazily without consciousness.
  4. And few Shameless guys enjoying her bar dance.

Such things should stop immediately.

People, then vs now

Posted: September 4, 2016 by aawraa in Funny, My Marathi

पूर्वी लोकं फक्त बाईलवेडे असायचे.
आता ते बाईलवेडेतर आहेतच पण मो-बाईलवेडे सुद्धा आहेत.

Sairat review without spoiler alert

Posted: May 7, 2016 by aawraa in My Marathi

15m – falling in love is an amazing feeling
1.00h – it is indeed
1.20h – Woah! but we live in conservative India
1.40h – well, that’s the right step, I’ve seen/heard it in real life too
2.00h – falling in love is easy but staying alive is difficult
2.20h – well, ending going to be happy it seems though
2.45h – holy fuck..! And I’m speechless after that…
I held my breath for almost 1 minute while watching the climax scene. A must watch and try to be liberal going forward!

An acclaimed singer and composer in Marathi Industry named Kaushal Inamdar who liked my FB post on my opinion on standards of Marathi movies (compared to Bollywood).

Kaushal Inamdar liked my post

Kaushal Inamdar liked my post

महालष्मी चा प्रसाद जर स्री कैद्यांकडून बनावल्यास तो अपवित्र असेल असे काही मूर्ख म्हणत आहेत.
What a shame people..! जर माणसात देव दिसत नसेल तर मूर्तित कसा काय दिसेल। आणि हे काय जसे रामाचे बाप…

Rich God vs Poor God

Posted: January 12, 2016 by aawraa in My Marathi, Sarcasm

We used to respect rich men/women earlier, now we do the same with Indian Gods.