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|Location||Los Angeles, CA, United States|
|Interests||Dont ask me, be with me you will figure out. Interests: I could not find anything specific, bcz i think i am interested in everything, which interests people. By the way you can see my notes/about me for some|
|Favorite Movies||I can watch anything and enjoy too. but once in a week only. Some i loved: ------------- 12 Angry Men Gandhi The Godfather I II III The Silence of the Lambs It's a Wonderful Life Rain Man The Matrix Million Dollar Baby Kill Bill: Vol. 2 The Sixth Sense Ben-Hur 8 miles Philadelphia Braveheart The Last Emperor The Sound of Music The Diary of Anne Frank Terminator 2: Judgment Day Rang De Basanti Forrest Gump Titanic Cast Away Ice Age: The Meltdown Dances with Wolves Ocean's Eleven Hitch Sleepless in Seattle 50 First Dates Analyze This/that The Da Vinci Code French Kiss|
|Favorite Music||Elan Atias Norah Jones U2 : One Love Chris De Burgh Kylie R-Kelly Black Eyed peas Phil Collins Yanni: Nightingale Enigma: Return To Innocence Enya: Only time MJ: Child GNR : November Rain Dire Straits: Walk of Life Cars : Drive Celine D Arlen-Harburg : Over The Rainbow Metallica : Nothing else matter Pink Floyd Coldplay: Clocks PVD: Times of our life Tiesto: Urban Train Ferry Corsten: Fire ATB: Underwater 4 Strings: Take me away Paul oakenfold Darude Deep Dish: Say Hello Robert Miles: Children Nelly-Kelly: Dilemma Kitaro: Mirage Keith Urban Michael bubble: Home गुलजार|
|Favorite Books||Da vinci Code by Dan Brawn Ayn Rand: Atlas Shrugged Saratchandra Chattopadhyay: Devdas Love and Sacrifice Ayn Rand: FountainHead Premchand: Gaban Premchand: Godan the true and vivid picture of India Rabindranath Tagore: Gora he made it his responsibility awaken religious beliefs in society. the best part was the end of the novel when he comes to know that his all beleifs were baseless. he was not what he had believes himselves to be and that just changed his outlook in life. Dharmvir bharti: Gunahon Ka Devta|
What would you name your ballet inspired by the sight of children leaping through a garden sprinkler?