Table No. 21

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Bollywood movies can be termed as highly predictable, that by the time for intermission you can somehow figure out the 95% of the climax of the movie, coz its always on the same lines. But a few days back I got to watch a movie, which for first didnt look so interesting, but by the time of Intermission I was thrilled to continue watching it, and in the climax I was just shocked and amazed as to how it ended up. The pot of the movie was superb I could say.

No filmy dialogs by SRK, no dance numbers by Katrina Kaif, new folks on board with our dear Paresh Rawal as Mr. Khan (Who is not a Terrorist 😛 ), Vivaan (Rajeev Khandelwal) and Siya Agasthi (Tena Desae) really keep you hooked onto the seat to find out how this movie ends up. Dont worry I wont share the entire plot of movie to you coz then you wont get a chance to enjoy the climax if you know it.
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Chillar Party

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“Truck ke Body pe cycle ki Ghanti Lagayla Hai”

Chillar Party 3/5 critic rated Bollywood movie has reached out in the box office breaking all the usual love romantic movies, by pressing humor and message to its best!

The movie is a about a group of young kids (punter log) of Chandan Nagar who live life the “Bindaas” style. have their own everyday problems that they face and sort out, with other colony team always beating them in cricket and their very own colony’s different neighbors who irritate them in one way or the other. Everything remains usual until and orphan boy is hired by the secretary of the colony, to wash all the cars. Problem arises when the boy has a dog and the punter gang doesnt like dogs coz they put their “lendi (shit)” on the cricket pitch. Somehow after all the misunderstanding they get along so well that they become inseparable, also winning the match with the other team.
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Facts about “HIV”

HIV (virus) requires *ONLY* *Blood or Semen* as medium to transmit from one body to another

HIV *cannot* transmit even through *Saliva* (mucous) i.e. even if HIV-infected patient coughs and another person is exposed to his sputum (cough), the virus still cannot transmit because concentration of virus particles in sputum is almost NIL & exposure to air anyway kills virus in fraction of seconds

In case HIV-infected person got an injury (like the cut in below mentioned story) and he is bleeding, the virus can transmit to another person only if another person has a cut/wound in his body & that too when *blood from both person comes in contact with each other* (this is also very rare unless bleeding is very high) and not otherwise
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