… listening to 1000000001 explanations about how Rs. 400 is a justifiable price for Endhiran while Rs. 190 is too high a price for Eat, Pray, Love – one of them being – Endhiran is, well,…… Endhiran.
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The man is right! Eat Pray Love is a DVD movie, Enthiren is NOT! 🙂
Listen to the man on this one, he will listen to u all his life 😛
Jokes aside, pls watch it and then you will know what he means.
Hee hee. You sound exactly like him now. 😀
Not sure what to say to this! 🙂
wait.. rex it is 159, fame 200. where is it 400?!
Yep, I’m aware. This arguement continues from the time Endhiran was priced at Rs. 400. He insists that it is a justifiable price, and I am struggling now to explain that Rs. 190 is a good price for a movie like Eat, Pray, Love. 🙂
hehe movie watching is an experience and Enthiren gives it a million times more than Eat Pray Love, I watched both. 🙂
the latter is ok with a DVD while the former is definitely a cinematic experience.
Yes, have been hearing that of late. Believe me, I do want to see the movie sometime, and will do, at least for the entertainment factor. 🙂
I will also go with your husband on this.
All you men joining hands!! Not good for me. 😦
We are waiting for the day u will watch it and join our gang 😀
Am not joining hands :)..Over hyped by far as a movie..as someone said such movies are poor and one can possibly watch it for that sake 🙂 along with some entertainment value of looking at how well people are willing to enjoy even such stuff for the sake of one person 😛
Thank you!! 😀
Now I have got 1000000002 explanations to see this movie.
Suko @ Endhiran (Robot) is a Tamil movie. You can read more about this on http://www.endhiran.org/
and if you get a chance to see this, then don’t miss it. 🙂
– Priya’s better half
Enthiren aside, you have kept Golu? Last yr u posted pics right?
Nope, we don’t have the tradition of keeping Golu at my in-laws’ place. Neither did we use to at my parents’ house. Guess you saw the pics on some other blog?
I will be killed by the mafia, but I did not like Enthiran at all. Iy had so much scope and believe me, Rajni is awesome and he is awesome as the bad guy – BUT they had to really ruin it with making Chithi fall in love with Sana. Yuck!
And Aish is so Boring, darn it. She just tries too hard and Rajni is so natural…brr… my expectation were too high, but Rajni’s performance was so goood, i am going to forgive Shankar for doing this. 😉
Well, Endhiran is not really my kind of movie, but I still do want to watch it, just for the sake of fun. 🙂
Eat Pray Snooze! 😛
Hee hee. I’ve received equally good and bad reviews for Endhiran and Eat, Pray, Love. Guess will see both. 🙂
well, Yes 400 is too much for any movie 🙂 .. .
I watched it for 120 bucks 🙂
That’s what I say too! 😀
120 bucks is damn good. 🙂
Endhiran rocks…Eat Pray Love can be boring in the theater..it is meant for watching it at home munching hot samosas….feel the Endhiran experience and you’ll know why Rs 400 is justifiable 🙂
Not happening for me. 😦
I can wait for the same experience for some more time. Then the prices will also be lower. 😛
It is 150 now 🙂 time to watch.
Is the mr. reading? 😛
No, he is not. 🙂
Oh yeah, is it? Where?
All Fame Malls working days it is 150. Holidays and wekends 200 it might be. Advance bookin for this weekend? 😛
Umm not sure about this weekend. 😦
200 is still an acceptable price. 🙂 Have never been to Fame Malls.. The Mr. would be knowing…
🙂 Fame is in MG road, Ulsoor, Whitefield.
Malleshwaram mantri mall too it is 200. Actually all places except PVR, the prices have come down.
Eat, pray, love is damn good for thiruttu dvd (pirated dvd)… no arguments !
So I have heard.. and in bulk quantity, too.
Guess it’s all subjective. I would prefer to see a movie on DVD, while someone else might think it’s worth seeing in a theatre. Depends on what kind of films you like, actually…
We paid 20$ for the movie…thats close to 800 bucks each 🙂 And we loved it 😀
Too much! 😀
Jiju is right.. You should watch enthiran.. Eat pray love can well.. go to sleep.. 😀
Oye jiju ki saali! No ways! 😦
BTW we still haven’t watched either of these films. 😛
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