I’m not lost

This might be an unfair post. It is so because it has a lot of ifs. And a tribulation that hasn’t left my side for the last 15 months.

There are so many questions that are still unanswered. Call it an obsession or optimism, but every moment awaiting for good news feels forever.

Life still moves on and I mustered courage to watch some Bollywood movies to commemorate our the Indian Independence Day.

Shershah is that to Siddharth Malhotra what MS Dhoni perhaps was to Sushant Singh Rajput. But I couldn’t stop thinking what if SSR had done this role.

May be he’d act a certain way or if he’d look better reprising it or would look better as an army man. And strangely I was overcome by the same feeling when I watched Bell Bottom and Bhuj.

While Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgan are seasoned, I was going through the faultless spiralling of desires — if only SSR had played these roles.

It is unfair that there were such other remarkable actors in these movies but they don’t get the credit they deserve. Especially Sahil Vaid.

How can we forget the hues that JP provided as support to Manny. SSR had the effective presence that many actors lack today

If only he were here, he would’ve brought a new meaning to self made success. And then I hear a voice, “I’m not lost, I’m very much alive.”

Published by Quotidian Blessing

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