A story of an honest man who becomes the target of a vicious gang lord, after inadvertently interfering in a mission
Although I knew this one, a simple google search of this and the first result was the answer.
I suggest not to use the exact statements from wiki or anything that may reveal the movie name. Because a quick answer spoils the fun. Or you could give credits for those who give witty or humorous replies without spoiling the movie name. Like MQOTD* (Movie Quote of the Day) here in the Lounge.
* that daily thread seems to have discontinued now.
Look what has happened to you - couldn't convince your own family to vote for the party you want to see in power.
There was no need to convince my dad because he voted for the person and not party. He has been doing marvelous work in our area and being in BJP was just accidental.
As for my sis and co, it was really a shock for me as they always voted for Amma and with her no more, they going to BJP was something I did not expect.
Pirate Guy wrote:
Out of curiosity, you never asked them as to why they wanted to BJP and not Congress or any other party? What was their response? Obviously they must have had something on their mind, didn't they?
My dad vote was for the person and not the party. So I had no reason to say voter other way.
I rarely talk politics with my sis and co. They generally preferred Amma
Too much of good is bad,mix some evil in it
Whilst that's desired, sometimes the "end result" matters way more than the local MP/MLA. At least that's what I think. Result? I just couldn't think about voting Milind Deora today who is more educated, talented, convincing, etc. simply because I am too afraid of seeing Rahul Gandhi as the PM. Simple as that.
I ain't got no signature.
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