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Mast Hai Yeh Life !

Whoaaaa !!!! I am back! After a long time … and for the first time after leaving the NITIE campus. Reason for this lull period ?
a. Lack of 24 hrs net L
b. Work pressure that puts me to the bed right after dinner
Anyway – the title of the post is picked up from an old post of mine [http://the-complete-man.blogspot.com/2004/12/mast-hai-yeh-lifethe-missing-link-part.html] and represents the ‘busyness’ that I have been having these days. Life is quite full with a Quality Process Review in Office, my current project’s conclusion meeting and our home shifting all landing up together. And I was on my all time high excitement when I got the news that Sunil Bhaiyaa is landing up in Mumbai with ‘Evam Indrajit’! Going to watch the show today.

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More is on cards with an official visit to Hyderabad on Friday which I have planned to extend over the weekend (obviously)! Already making plans to meet all Campionites, NITIEans and BITans in Hyd. For the regular visitors of this blog I plan to post some of my non-published articles to fill up the lull that may otherwise continue for the next week also!

PS: I can forecast a busy work-week ahead and even ‘home’ is a matter of concern – we are still struggling to get our morning breakfast and evening dinner in place. Life on the ‘home front’ is quite interesting; will write on it when time permits.

Comments

  1. hmm...
    good to see some post...
    eager to see the "interesting" post on the nome front!!! :)

    >chaOs<

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  2. Hi,

    Buying tickets for an evam showing has now become easier, with the launch of our own Box Office at www.evam.in -

    All you have to do is click on the show of your choice, choose the denomination of the ticket and the number of tickets and we invite you into ‘club evam’.

    No money transactions, no credit card payments – just convenience. Helping us stay in tune with you.

    Tickets once blocked, will be reserved for you at the Show, by my Box Office team – you just have to collect them and pay. We hope you will all use this unique service to purchase your tickets.

    I must warn you that the home page may take a tad bit to download – considering this is our first online effort – things will only get better from this point on.

    So log onto www.evam.in and see you at our shows – looking forward to busting your Stress!

    It would be great if u could share this information with the readers of your blog and your friends too! :)

    And do remember – evam150 starts this weekend- Now showing ‘ART by evam’ on 6th Jan & ‘Love Letters by evam’ on 7th – 3.15 pm and 7.15 pm- Alliance Francaise.

    Looking forward to meeting you there!

    Cheers and Regards

    Karthik Kumar
    Managing Partner
    Evam Entertainment
    mailevam@gmail.com
    Helpline: 98402 22363





    It would be great if u could share this information with the readers of your blog and your friends too! :)

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