SpanishI want to learn one more European language besides English.There are 40 crore Spanish-speaking people in the world (more than English).Easy to learn - it is a phonetic language, with simple rules and few exceptions.
TamilI want to learn one South Indian language.Tamil has the deepest culture among the South Indian languages.A R Rahman's Tamil songs.Tamil movie industry is very big. It's not as big as the Telugu industry, but Tamil movies are less commercial than Telugu, while not as boring as the Malayalam ones.
KoreanHangul script is super-easy. It is an alphabetic system, unlike the Chinese and Japanese systems, which are logographic and very difficult to learn.Hallyu (Korean wave) including industry, movies, music. South Korea will soon be ahead of Japan.Koreans are good looking people :)South Korea is a progressive country that has come ahead in very less time.
Jab We Met (2007)
Starring: Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor
Jab We Met redefined, or maybe defined for the first time, the genre of romantic comedy in Bollywood. Kareena Kapoor plays the Manic pixie dream girl in the first half, but post-interval things change dramatically. One of Imtiaz Ali's best.
Starring: Imran Khan and Genelia D'souza
Imran Khan's debut movie is a perfect little romantic comedy. And in some parts it is more than perfect. The casting director did an awesome job on the big supporting cast, and A R Rahman's music is perfect accordingly. This could act as a good introduction for the newbie. One of the best movies in this list.
Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (2009)
Starring: Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif
This movie proved that slapstick comedies do work with contemporary audiences. Director Rajkumar Santoshi created a tribute to classic comedies like Amar Akbar Anthony and his own Andaz Apna Apna. A huge hit at the box office, i…
Again, I'm flying
I've left the world below
And surrendered myself to the wind
Now everything is miles away... people, gardens, valleys
My body is smoke again, and every cloud wants to touch me
But one of those clouds might drench me
I've never stopped at any destination, I've never met myself
That's a complain, but I'm not peeved
Every city seems the same, every village seems the same
People and names seem the same
Again, I'm flying
Dreams are like dust on the eyelids
No matter how many times you dust them off, they return again
So many dreams I have broken and left behind
Then why do they still sweep me in their flight
Every branch, every drop, every doorstep they roam with me
Whether in a forest or in lashing rain
Like Ravana I die, and then live again
Every branch, every drop
Sometimes day is nigh…