She was a girl with a firm faith upon God, a girl of middle class family.
From her childhood she never had any peace of mind because her father and mother always quarreled each other on even little issues. For a child its difficult to face all that, but she was facing and still caring her younger brother. Her parents always tried to prove each other wrong while ignoring their children.
Both of them were just like a lonely bird having no feelings of emotions. But what a determined girl she was, she never utter even a single word against her parents and accepted the exam of God as a play with a happy ending. One thing she had the most was TRUST & FAITH upon God. she always prayed for a solution of resolving their disputes for true parent’s LOVE and PEACE of mind. Only the faith power she had, to turn her family an exemplary family.
Time passed, she crossed her teenage and carried on her studies, but still quarrels at home and awaiting of a miracle to remove them. All of a sudden she fell in with a boy, perhaps it was due to the carelessness and ignorance of her parents that she found another way to get Love. Both of them seem to be sincere for each other, but the reality wasn’t that, the boy was flirting as is their nature; but naïve girl was sincere.
The boys promised for a true love. Now the girl was happy as she got a way of love.
As the boy had bad company so he tried to induce the girl to leave the house with him. Although the girl loved him a lot yet her parent’s prestige was on the top most, so she refused.
With this, the boy left her blaming her for dodging him.
The girl felt like drowning and having no life without him, so she shouted saying;
How, how is it possible he left me?
No, no never he can’t do this?
Everything seemed to her like flirting.
She was crying, shouting & praying ‘’o’ God how you can be so cruel ,only you are the FAITH & HELP of mine,plzzzz Help me and open the door of grace’’.
Tear were falling down from her eye, no one was there to mop them down and console her, But still she was awaiting of a miracle for her love to come back and that was firming her FAITH.
How sincere she was, knowing the true picture of her Lover!
How faithful she was, having not a single sign of ALLAH’s help and still firming her faith!
How obedient and caring she was for her parents, still love and care for them!
But besides all this she has now peace of mind by not following that boy.
In essence the thing is;
‘’Do nothing today that you are likely to repent tomorrow’’ & ‘’let life go, if honor remains’’.
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- Tuesday, 14 May 2013 20:08
- Saima Khalid
She was a girl with a firm faith upon God, a girl of middle class family.
- Saturday, 04 May 2013 10:55
- Muhammad Naveed
Some things might be the charm for The 3th time , but after a movie title is typically shorthand the number three for a deal with the devil.
More money to be squeezed the studio thinks there's from a particular property, and voila: Spider-Man 3, Superman III,— God help us — Part III. OK, Most other threes, though, are what happens when a too-thin plot meets a too-fat budget.
(Instead of throwing money at every problem, Stark has to function as a lone gumshoe, think like a garage mechanic, and, when necessary, jury-rig something crude — or, as we like to say nowadays, MacGyver it.)
Iron Man 3 conquers the curse of the 3 in a novel way: It pretty much takes Iron Man out of the equation. He's in there, obviously — people would tear down the theater if he weren't.
But Robert Downey Jr.'s billionaire industrialist Tony Stark doesn't spend much time in that computer-generated Iron Man suit, which means fewer cut-ins of Downey's little head inside it, reacting to battles that we know — no matter how much we want to believe — have no actual human component whatsoever.
The great idea of director Shane Black, who co-wrote the script with Drew Pearce, is to kick Stark out of his comfort zone. Instead of throwing money at every problem, Stark has to function as a lone gumshoe, think like a garage mechanic and, when necessary, jury-rig something crude — or, as we like to say nowadays, MacGyver it.
Black directed Downey in 2005, in one of the actor's first post-prison vehicles — Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, a good, tense Hollywood private-eye spoof. He knows Downey's best characters have a morbid edge, a mixture of arrogance and self-disgust.
Iron Man 3 begins with a flashback: Iron Man 3 movie story, explaining how his bad behavior created the demons that would change his life. There was a conference in 1999; he was trying to seduce a botanist played by Rebecca Hall, and boorishly blew off a long-haired, partially paralyzed science nerd named Aldrich Killian, played by Guy Pearce. Killian did not, to say the least, forget the slight.
Stark behaves no more wisely a decade later, in the movie's present day. After an explosion in a shopping mall, he sends an on-camera message to the terrorist — The Mandarin — credited with the attack, giving out his home address, challenging The Mandarin to come and find him. "I'll leave the door unlocked," he taunts.
Turns out The Mandarin — or whoever's behind him — didn't need the key; his attack helicopters fire missiles through the windows of Stark's high-tech cliffside manse.
That bombardment has been the stuff of trailers and TV spots for the past six months, and I can only add that it's even more impressive in 3-D; that it's fun to see Stark's girlfriend, Pepper Potts (played by Gwyneth Paltrow), in the Iron Man suit briefly (or at least to see her little head inside, pretending she's in it); and that the shot where the camera seems to plummet alongside Stark and what's left of his house is not just a wowza but a triple-decker wowza with cheese.
Thereafter, Stark is on his own, without an Iron Man suit or most other superhero paraphernalia, and he's still having anxiety attacks from that battle in last summer's The Avengers. It takes a precocious Tennessee adolescent named Harley, played by Ty Simpkins, to push Stark to rediscover his inner garage-workshop tinkerer.
As to the nature of the supervillain and his literally fire-breathing minions, I won't spoil anything. I couldn't if I wanted to, come to think of it, since I never fully understood their powers. I didn't care, though: Iron Man 3 has one rollicking set piece after another, punctuated by unusually good performances from Downey, Pearce, Don Cheadle as Stark's gung-ho buddy Col. Rhodes, and especially Ben Kingsley as The Mandarin, the true nature of whom I shall not reveal.
And unlike most comic-book directors, Black doesn't stint on the killing. An attack on Air Force One has the high body count of the movie Air Force One. It must be said that the timing wouldn't seem to be great for a popcorn blockbuster featuring explosions in American cities, but for better or worse, this kind of picture always seems to get a pass. The audience needs its fix, and nothing gets between us and our superheroes.
- Tuesday, 16 April 2013 08:44
Justin Bieber is top Teen idol making some unfortunate headlines leaving a questionable comment in the guestbook at the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam again today, where the young Jewish girl famously hid from the Nazis during World War II and penned her classic diary.
Comments are as under “Truly inspiring to be able to come here,” Bieber wrote while visiting the museum as part of his current world concert tour. “Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber.”
Since the museum posted Bieber’s message on its Facebook page this weekend, the “belieber” comment has sparked quite the debate among fans of Bieber and those who, well, don’t much care for the pop star.
The museum’s press office has publically stated that they’re not offended by the comment, saying, “He’s 19, it’s a strange life he’s living, it wasn’t very sensible but he didn’t mean bad…” Others, however, are not so forgiving.
Does the comment belittle Anne Frank’s struggle? Or are we being too hard on Bieber? Whether you support his comment or not, Bieber ultimately left his mark in a book where scores of visitors have paid tribute to the Frank family’s tragic story. (See also: Why Justin Bieber Shouldn’t Have a Monkey)
Check out some of the other comments that people have left in the museum’s guestbook in just the last 24 hours:
“A moving and truly remarkable experience.”
“We visited and were overwhelmed by what we saw and heard.”
“Thanks to the ones who remember in order to change the world to the best.”
“A very touching and memorable review of the war period.”
“I could tell that Anne was a strong, intelligent girl that I would have loved to have as a friend. Very sad and heartful story.”
We’d love to hear your thoughts: What would you write in the guestbook if you went to visit the Anne Frank House? Tell us in the comments below!
- Wednesday, 10 April 2013 11:02
- Muhammad Naveed
Katrina maintains that her life wouldn’t have been the same had she not met Sallu and his family
Salman Khan can change your life for the better if he takes you under his gracious wings. Don’t believe us? Look at the likes of Himesh Reshammiya, Sajid–Wajid and many more Bollywood aspirants and you will be convinced of bhai’s big role in making stars out of ambitious souls. The biggest beneficiary of Sallu’s close friendship, of course, is none other than Katrina Kaif. The Dhoom:3 star doesn’t shy away from accepting the massive role Salman has played in her life, in getting her to the place where she has reached today. There’s no denying the fact that Kat wouldn’t have been the diva that she is had she not put in the hard work she has to make it big in Bollywood. But Sallu’s instrumental role in the babe’s life will always eclipse Kaif’s graceful personality and her tremendous determination to excel.
Katrina too gracefully accepts the fact and maintains that life wouldn’t have been the same without the Dabangg dude. “Salman had a huge role in my career. There’s no doubt about that. I value his opinion. As a person, Salman has had the biggest impact on my life. I became friends with him when I was young. And his persona is very strong. If I were to look back and see his impact on my life, it’s been tremendous. So why are we talking about something as small and segmented as a career. Life is far bigger than a career. Of course, what would my entire life journey have been had I not met that family, had I not met Akshay (Kumar)? I highly recommend that if Salman ever gives you an advice please think about it. Because he comes from a correct thinking process. I’m not saying he’s perfect but his thinking process is correct. Obviously, having someone who’s so knowledgeable about the film industry was extremely valuable,” said Katrina in a recent interview.
We agree with Kat. But now we want to know Vivek Oberoi’s take on how big a role Sallu has played (in virtually killing his once flourishing career) in his life. Will Vivek answer? Ideally, he shouldn’t!
- Wednesday, 10 April 2013 10:57
- Muhammad Naveed
Last year, we saw Rani Mukerji in two starkly contrasting roles with Aiyyaa and Talaash, while this year she will be seen in Bombay Talkies that celebrates 100 years of Indian Cinema as well as in a guest appearance in Chennai Express.
Rani now we hear has already signed her next, which will be directed by Pradeeep Sarkar.
The film titled Mardaani will feature Rani playing a cop. Sources state that this will be the boldest, grittiest subject YRF have ever ventured into, where the story revolves around a female cop and will also showcase Sarkar's departure from the romance and family drama to a never done before raw and bold subject.
Mardaani, produced by Yash Raj Films is scheduled to go on floor towards the end of this year and will begin with a major portion being shot in Mumbai.
- Wednesday, 10 April 2013 10:53
- Muhammad Naveed
The Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has been much in the news off late, for their proposed new censorship laws to the recent film rating chart. Now we hear that the lastest to fall victim to the ever stringent censorship laws is the Sunny Leone track 'Laila' from Shootout At Wadala.
Apparently, the board took an objection to certain words in the item number from the film stating that certain lyrics 'Laila Teri Le Legi' needed to be changed to make it appropriate for the television viewing audience. Post this ruling, the makers of the film will be re-dubbing the line to 'Laila Teri Loot Legi', while the new version will now be shown on television.
Shootout At Wadala which is jointly produced by Ekta Kapoor and Sanjay Gupta features John Abraham, Tusshar Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Sonu Sood and Kangna Ranaut in lead roles. The film is slated to relase this May.
- Tuesday, 09 April 2013 11:56
- Muhammad Naveed
Talented Paresh Rawal was in a fix when he had to drive a huge truck for his forthcoming film 'Life Mein Hungama Hai'. He is reported to be playing the character of a truck driver. While the actor was confident in driving a smaller one, the script required him to use a bigger truck instead.
Directed by Sunil Advani, 'Life Mein Hungama Hai' is based on the story 'The Running Away' by Ruskin Bond. Said the filmmaker, "Paresh had to drive a big truck in the film but when he saw it, he refused to drive it. He was a little scared because he had never driven such a big vehicle before. But we had no other option since his is the character of a truck driver. In fact he said that he can drive a smaller truck but then we were able to convince him. He drove the truck with the ease of an expert."
The film is an odyssey of adventures of two young lads Vishwanath and Sunny, two students of class IX at a boarding school in the foothills of the Himalaya. The fun filled children's film is peppered with unexpected adventures of two runaways, subtly underscoring the balanced view between discipline and freedom.
With the star cast of Jackie Shroff, Urmila Matondkar, Paresh Rawal, Boman Irani, Mukesh Tiwari, Satish etc, the main roles of the two boys have been played by Saksham Kulkarni (he won the Asian best actor award in Singapore in 2006 for Marathi film Pak Pak Pakaak) and Sonu Bakshi (a top child model).
It is produced under the banner of Nine Lives Films by Karun and Sahil. Executive producer is Poonam Advani, Cinematographer is Aviram Mishra, story is of Ruskin Bond and dialogues are by Anjan Ray.
- Tuesday, 09 April 2013 11:41
- Muhammad Naveed
The film in question 'Lajjo' had been in talks because of uncertainties revolving it. It was doubtful whether the film will really go on floors or not. However of late talks are that the project is indeed going to be made and the filmmaker is busy preparing the ground for same. 'Lajjo' is reported to have Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor in lead and the story will be based on the India-Pakistan partition and the associated problems. The bilingual romantic project (Hindi and Tamil) will have the Oscar hero AR Rahman composing the music.
Rahman debuted in a Mani Ratnam's film 'Roja' and ever since, the two have always worked hand in hand. Recently rumours had been that Ilayaraja was approached to handle Lajjo's music. But then Mani Ratnam's wife, actress Suhasini denied this saying that Mani will be continuing his ARR rapport.
'Rang De Basanti' famed Rensil D'Silva said to have been brought on board. It can be noted that Kareena had earlier worked with Mani Ratnam in 'Yuva'. And after '3 Idiots' and 'Talaash', the actress will be working again with Aamir.
Initially it was planned that Aamir and Kareena will also play the lead in Tamil version. Later following the poor response of Tamil 'Dil Se' (which had SRK and Manisha Koirala) the filmmaker reconsidered the plan and decided to rope in Tamil actors for the south project.
- Tuesday, 02 April 2013 11:40
- Muhammad Naveed
Man is the most active of all animals. The activities of all other animals are limited only to their search for food and reproduction of offsprings. But man’s activity is spread over a far wider field. He does not only grow food and produce children, but he also ,’Imakes numerous useful and beautiful things. For the security of his life he has built up a complex social organization; and for the proper satisfaction of his wants, an equally complex economic system. Man’s energy flows througgh many channels and through multifarious activities.
Man’s greatness, therefore, lies in his capacity to act. The most active nations of the world have been most progressive. They have made progress in different spheres of life. They have built their industries, have developed their natural resources, and have expelled poverty from their land. They have often penetrated into foreign lands and built empires across the seas. Thus, they have brought to their land the riches from remote corners of the earth.
Inactive nations, on the other hand, live in sloth and
poverty. They are dominated by foreigners who develop their
resources for their own benefit. They become their slaves and
work for strangers in their own land. Thus, slavery demoralizes
theM. The history of mankind shows that ,the nations given to
hard labour and constant work have made great achievements,
while the achievements of the dull and inactive have been very
Action is the royal road to success, both for nations and
.individuals. The philosophy of action, therefore, has been highly
Valued through the ages.
But action is the outcome of thought. Great actions come out of great thoughts. If our thoughts are mean and narrow, our actions will be cruel and selfish. If, on the other hand, we think of
the good of mankind, we shall strive to do good to every one. The actions`of good men are inspired by the ideal of universal love and brotherhood. The persecution of the backward races, on’the other hand, is the Outcome of the ‘get-rich-quick’ policy. But, thoughts do not always translate themselves into actions. At times one does not proceed beyond the level of contemplation. We may think like Hamlet, and think deeply; but, when the time for action comes, we may find that the requisite will is wanting.
Disparity between thought and action is quite common in our world. There is no dearth of great ideals, but there is certainly a dearth of correspondingly great actions. Our statesmen talk of a lasting world peace, and yet threaten the world with atomic weapons. Our scientists, with their ideals of the pursuit of knowledge, are devising more and more terrible means of mass destruction. Likewise, our priests, with all their mission or peace and love, are afraid to condemn violence and aggression. In the history of mankind great actions have often been done by comparatively small men. In their case the normal disparity between thought and action was eliminated. Inspired by great ideals; they did things which were calculated to do good for mankind, to remove its ignorance, to lift it up from a state of moral degradation and to mitigate it8 SO/TOWS and sufferings.
But, very often thought is merely an intellectual luxury. We discuss high ideals and show them to the world as a mark of our national glory Without ourselves acting in accordance with them.
Action and contemplation both are essential for life, and there should be a proper harmony between the two. Contemplation alone will not help us, unless our thoughts too are adequately expressed in action. If we are constantly absorbed in thinking, we become unfit for the affairs of life. We, then, lose will and courage to combat wrong and injustice, and to improve life by our efforts. Therefore, we should not stop at conteMplation but move to put our contemplation into practice. Contemplation, therefore, should naturally be followed by action.