“There are two ways of spreading light; to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.”
― Edith Wharton
Let this New Year bring enough light into your lives to drive away the fear of the unknown, to bring the ray of hope for better things to come and a smile, every day of the year.
Wishing you all a Very Happy, Prosperous and a Healthy New Year
On Saturday, after watching the movie ‘Happy New Year‘ (a few words about this movie will come at the end) we went to this art cafe called DYU as suggested by one of our friend. She is a regular there. It looks like an old Kerala styled house and I just loved it. It was raining very heavily hence couldn’t take much pictures of the place (next time hopefully). They had paintings all around which is said to glow in the dark. And some of the painting were kept in a closed space we were trying to take pictures of it and seeing that the owners switched off the lights for a better view 🙂 Here are those (taken with my phone camera). And the food there also was very very good. Very fresh and tasty.
Now the above painting in the dark.
I particularly loved this piece.
And now a quick word on that movie. Granted we went only to have some fun, but seriously that was very badly done. We did laugh at some stupid stuff but it was because we did intend to do it. The whole heist is taken in Dubai and Hotel Atlantis is so beautiful especially during the dance competition. Very average story. I was surprised by Abhishek Bachchan though, to be honest and I have always liked Deepika Padukone. She has danced very well in this too. What I really loved in the movies ? The final credits part, not because the movie ended, but I like how Farah Khan gives credit to each and every single person who contributed to the movie, right till the drivers by making them appear even if for a few seconds.
This time, since it is New Year and all, I will be adding some words to this wordless Wednesday photograph. In Hinduism, we start everything new with a prayer to Lord Ganesha. So here is to a very New Beginning of a very New Year.
Smiles from the threshold of the year to come,
Whispering ‘it will be happier’…”
― Alfred Tennyson