Monday, February 27, 2012

Rajnikanth's Kochadaiyaan

Rajnikanth's Kochadaiyaan Poster: Amazing or Average?

Everything he does on-screen is larger than life. His action, his comedy or even his style, nothing is plain ordinary. But when we saw Rajnikanth's latest look in Soundarya Ashwin’s Kochadaiyaan, we somehow weren’t impressed.

And for a film which is expected to be India’s first 3D film shot with performance capturing technology used in films such as Avatar, the poster falls quite short.

Take a look and tell us what you think about it. Is it amazing or just average?

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Sunday, February 19, 2012

Fashion Trends

7 Worst Fashion Trends 

At one point of our lives, we have been subject to some trends so horrendous that it made us want to vanish from the planet.
While some of these trends have thankfully vanished, some of them continue to haunt us till date. The trends listed below have, at one point or the other, hurt thousands of eyes and don't deserve to exist even for a day longer.
Here are the 7 worst fashion trends ever.

1. Leather Pants

Trust me, no one can ever look good in leather pants. Not even if you think you’re as hot as Lenny Kravitz. They’re just one of the most horrible creations of man. Make up for your leather fetish with leather shoes, belts, jackets and wallets. Just spare us, and yourself, from the horror of seeing you in those rockstar inspired leather pants.

2. Crocs

First bursting into the scene as a health boosting footwear, Crocs slowly crawled into our everyday lives. What was once limited to your ailing aunt to the toddlers from your neighbourhood, the footwear became the staple for almost everyone you knew. They are undeniably comfortable but also equally hideous to look at. The footwear is also aptly named since it pretty much resembles its reptilian inspiration.

3. Cowboy Hats

There's a reason they are called cowboy hats. It is because they are meant for cowboys (wonder if they even exist). While Kenny Chesney wears them to hide his baldness, a lot of country singers wear them to keep the country spirit alive. Apparently. But what's the reason you would want to wear them, since you obviously don't look good in them?

4. Saggy Jeans

This is one trend that refuses to die away. Seriously, why would showing off boxers be considered a fashion statement?. No matter how cool you think your boxers are, most people will only squirm at the sight of them popping out of your hanging trousers. Also, there certainly cannot be any joy in pulling up your pants each time so that they don’t go down your knees

5. Jerseys

Jerseys were good as long as they were on sportsmen or hanging on your wall. This shapeless piece of clothing does not add to your charm but certainly does to your size. Seeing guys sporting huge jerseys on them is like they've wrapped themselves in a sack, without any exaggeration.

6. Transparent/ Mesh Clothing

There is nothing sexy about wearing clothes that make you look half-naked. More so, when you have a horribly unshapely body that deserves to be hidden in a barrel for a lifetime. True, Shah Rukh Khan took on as our national ambassador for transparent shirts, but your love for him should not get in your way of a safe, if not fantastic, fashion sense.

7. Ed Hardy T shirts

There are a large number of reasons why you shouldn't wear Ed Hardy and we've got them covered pretty well. Here's why you should never wear Ed Hardy
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Friday, February 17, 2012

Chili Chicken

Chili Chicken Recipe
Ingredients forchilli chicken:

500 -600 gms      Boneless Chicken
2 tbsp                  Soya Sauce
1                         Egg
2 tbsp                 Corn Flour/Corn Starch
5-6                     Chopped Green Chilies
2                        Green Onion Chopped
1 tsp                   Garlic Paste
  Salt to taste
1/2 tsp               White Pepper Powder
1 tsp                   Sugar
  A pinch of ajinomoto
2 cups                chicken Broth/ Water
1 tbsp                 Oil
  Oil to fry

  • Cut the boneless chicken pieces into1 " cubes.
  • Take 1tbsp. Soya sauce, 1tbsp. corn flour, salt, egg in a bowl and marinate chicken pieces in the the mixture for about 10-15 minutes.
  • Heat oil and deep fry the marinated chicken pieces till golden brown.
  • Now in a separate wok / kadhai heat 1 tbsp. oil and add garlic paste and green chilies and sauté for few seconds.
  • Add 2 cups of chicken broth or water. Bring to boil and add sugar, pepper powder, salt , ajinomoto and remaining Soya sauce.
  • Add fried chicken pieces to it and cook for few minutes.
  • Dissolve the remaining corn flour in 1/2 cup water and add to the curry stirring constantly to avoid lumps.
  • Cook for 2-3 minutes.
  • Serve chinese chili chicken hot garnished with chopped green onion tops.
  • Chinese chili chicken goes well with steamed / boiled rice.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Housefull 2

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