Sunday, February 28, 2010
Monday, February 22, 2010
Friday, February 12, 2010
Make way Prahlad Kakkar, Prasoon Joshi and Piyush Pandey, for a new marketing genius in town. His name is Khan.
No one in their wildest dreams could have come up with a marketing campaign to promote a film and pique interest in the movie even before the release. Right from getting frisked in US for being a muslim to the spat with Sena, he has either orchestrated it all or it is sheer coincidence and the stars are shining bright for his film to make these coincidences occur. The nation is sympathetic to him, angry with Sena and extremely curious to watch the film. Now maybe the film is really bad but by the time every one figures that out it would have made a killing at the box office. Sheer Genius!!!
Take a bow Philip Kotler and please include him in your next edition of your marketing bible.
He plays an autistic/asperger affected person in the film. Who is autistic I wonder.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Because it is like going to the Gym. The novely wears off after a while. Unless you are a celebrity with a huge fan following and an OCD to write daily, mostly OCD, you will stop blogging after a while. Other things will take priority over writing for all part time writers. Many will attribute the lack to a writer's block but in reality it is the boredom which sets in after a while. Similar to going to a gym. The initial novelty and the adrenaline to see a well toned sculpted body which garners appreciative glances from people slowly starts wearing off as the sessions get tedious, the glances go down and the monotony sets in. Unless you are a celebrity who is required to look good as a part of the job or you are addicted to the adrenaline rush after a gym session, the frequency will reduce and ultimately stop. Same with blogging.
Show me a blogger who writes daily and I will show you hundreds who don't.