My reactions to reactions

 
1. What is death?
Ans: Will let you know as soon as I die.
 
2. Bastard you are really a genius.
Ans: Well. I wish Satya thought the same.
 
3. I think you are bored, lonely and just want to show off.
Ans: You are right on the third charge.
 
4. Do you really think that everything in the world is just an individual’s interpretation?
Ans: Yes, not only an individuals but every living beings interpretation. You will want to make love to a beautiful woman and a lion will want to eat her.
 
5. How come the language in the “God” essay and your other blogs is so different?
Ans: Dumbo, that’s because it’s written more than 2 decades back.
 
6. How come you gained so much knowledge in philosophy and yet so poor in studies?
Ans: Precisely because I was reading philosophy instead of text books.
 
7. What was the thought behind the dialogue in Satya when Chander says “Dekh bhagwaan bhi diyela hai”?
Ans: That was improvised by the actor.
 
8. Is this the place where you satisfy your ego?
Ans: Just one among many places.
 
9. Why did you mention Satya in your pre text of the article?
Ans: I just wanted to tell the truth behind my motivation to write it and I swear this on the mother of the guy who commented that I added that just for massala.
 
10. Instead of this essay why didn’t you just tell her one of your superb jokes?
Ans: Back then I used to be a super serious guy.
11. I can’t believe that Satya didn’t fall for an intelligent guy like you.
Ans: Ahem! I didn’t make Satya. God did. If I made her, I would have made her better.
 
12. What do you think of yourself?
Ans: Too much.
 
13. Was Sridevi’s name in Kshana Kshanam a tribute to Satya?
Ans: Yes.
 
14. It’s amazing that people are more interested in your love story than the article itself.
Ans: Well that explains Yash Chopra.
 
15. When a lion is standing in front of you then you will want God to be with you.
Ans: Dumbo, I would rather want to be the lion.
 
16. How much did Ramoji Rao pay you for the “The Ideas That Killed 30 million People” article?
Ans: 95 Rupees.
 
17. My girl friend loves you. She is jealous that you have written so much for Satya.
Ans: Ahhhh! One of these days I think I will steal your girlfriend.
 
18. Good for Satya that she didn’t fall for you. If married to you she would have gone through torture.
Ans: Not torture but she would have been surely bored to death.
 
19. Can we call these essays “RGV ki Geetha”?
Ans: Yeah and I am sure many of you would want to burn it in “Aag”.
 
20. Do you think you are the same person since you wrote the article?
Ans: No. Back then I was a megalomaniac by instinct and now I am a megalomaniac through understanding.
 
21. For an atheist why did you think so much about God?
Ans: Double dumbo, only because I thought about God I became an atheist na.
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61 Responses to My reactions to reactions

  1. Sree says:

    what is the source of your knowledge ?please don\’t say books and internet…

  2. noname says:

    how important is it to earn our bread and butter ?I personally feel that most of us comes across a stage where we have two choices :1. well paid job2. his own idea/ experiment.is it okay to depend on somebody else for his bread and butter and continue to do with what he feels is right ?or is it better to shut the ass and try to enjoy the monotonous routine, tryin to fit in well-ordered, well-regulated, well-trodden path and earn our bread and butter without being a burden to someone else ?

  3. Narendra says:

    Francis ford coppolo thought of creating God Father 4….How would it be if you were to create it?

  4. Jack says:

    RGV, I am assuming your thoughts on God are same as they were 27 years ago "…take the example of a man who is wishing for a large amount of money…” 99.99999% of people don\’t pray. They beg. "…Everyone desires to reach a stage of absolute happiness …" You think happiness always depends on external factors. Like you can be happy if Rann & Agyat become hits, or you own a Bentley or a penthouse. Then it is always Relative Happiness. Absolute happiness, by definition, does not depend on any external cause. We can almost never be unconditionally happy or happy without a cause. So we always postpone happiness, until our desire is satisfied. Are we ever HAPPY RIGHT THIS MOMENT? For example what is your state of mind right this moment? Do we ever say "I will be angry tomorrow" or "I will be sad after Diwali"? So why do we keep on saying “I will be happy after this or that criteria is satisfied"? Logic would imply there is a cause only if we are miserable. Rest of the time we should always be happy. On second thought, drop always. We should be happy right this moment. Isn\’t it? This state can be induced by drugs like LSD. Only, again we have become dependent on something 😦 That\’s where spirituality come in. (Note, I am using Spirituality, not Religion) A drug-addict & a spiritual person are both in state of no-mind. The only difference is the addict has fallen below the mind; the spiritual has gone beyond the mind. As long as the mind is there, the happiness can never be absolute. Haven\’t you noticed when you are ecstatic like in orgasm or having a great laugh, there are no thoughts in your mind? At that very moment you were in Nirvana. "…pleasure and misery cannot be absolutely defined…” Pleasure is not same as bliss Pleasure is relative. Bliss is absolute. "…It is a world devoid of competition…" Other than sports, competition should not exist anywhere. People should work for the sake of the work only (If we start enjoying our work, then by your definition, it is no more work. It is fun! 🙂 ). Else they should change their work (like you dropped engineering). Did Howard Roark compete with anybody? But did he lack initiative? Do you really need competition to achieve excellence? "…We are but our thoughts encased in a body? …" Is that all? Our thoughts are constantly changing. You have yourself said you are not the same person you were a week ago. If you are only thoughts and ideas and feelings, which are constantly changing, then who is aware of this change? Something inside you must have remained unchanged. That \’something\’ is beyond the body, mind, intellect, memory, ego (which is but a function of all your collection of memory). That \’something\’, that Witness, is what I call the Soul. "…If the soul is beyond perceiving then in a realistic sense it should be taken as ideas and feelings…" You can perceive your ideas and feelings privately and can change them. They, definitely, are not the soul! "…the example of a wood-cutter who is happy in his profession, we observe that if he suddenly runs into a lot of money, he will stop cutting wood" “he will stop cutting wood" contradicts the assumption that "wood-cutter who is happy" "…But very often their lives are controlled by people …" If you are Absolutely Happy, you can NEVER be controlled. It is only when you are relatively happy that your pleasure can turn into misery by an unfavourable review by Khalid Mohammad. Danger: I guarantee, if you are in bliss, you will be persecuted even more. People are jealous of happy people and terrified of blissful people. Look at what happened to Socrates(poisoned), Jesus(crucified), and Ashtavakra (crippled). "…wanting to reach that state in itself is a desire…" Couldn\’t have put it better! Wanting something to happen is the surest way to prevent it from happening. That\’s exactly why Krishna has said "Focus on the action, not on the result". It is not a commandment, it is a very good strategy. Two reasons: 1. The action, filmmaking is in your hands. The result, hit or flop is not. So why waste time and energy? 2. The moment you focus on hit/flop, you loose focus from film-making. The moment my mind is on the trophy, I have lost focus from the short-pitch delivery. "…the degree of power we wish to procure…" What is it that you really wish for? To be happy , isn\’t it? Experiencing a better quality of life, film-making, lovemaking, freedom to do whatever you want to do, money, fame or power are just means to that end. Look without, and being beautiful, intelligent, rich, famous, powerful, successful are only temporary, changing. Look within, and the joy is eternal. It is Bliss.

  5. andhrabond says:

    RGV,does she (satya) had any clue that you had crush on her. I am sure if she watched all of your movies, by now she would have figured it out that you had a big crush on her.otherewise she is megalomaniac dumbo.

  6. kishan says:

    Dumbo. Did you not know that if your intention was to impress her, you should have written a cute love story instead of a super serious article like this? And you call yourself a genius?

  7. kishan says:

    Few months ago, I read a blog on the internet of a girl who is student in a university in USA. She also had her pictures on that blog. Gradually, I started liking her and started commenting on her blog. To impress her, I wrote a blog about my opinions on marriage and offered her to read it. She read my blog and commented on it saying that she liked it. I am in the same situation as you were back then. I want her to know that I like her but I am scared to say it and more over, deep in my heart I think she deserves better.Your blog very much reminds me of my own situation.

  8. Shalini says:

    LOL…at your response to Q.21… So that proves that GOD makes not only theists but atheists too. Well, I would like to see it from my view. You twisted my question a bit and I twisted your response a bit. I don\’t mind if you call me a \’Triple dumbo\’ now. Still love ya. Glad to see your \’Reactions\’.Cheers,Double Dumbo.

  9. Puroorava Chakravarthy says:

    It looks like there is a method in your madness. To impress people you write an article or essay. First, you wanted to impress Dr.Satya with your essay on god.It didn\’t work and I feel sorry for you. Second, to meet and impress Ramoji Rao, you again opted for writing. This time you are partially successful. What I really like is your confidence in yourself that you can impress or influence anybody with your writings i.e your thinking.

  10. Puroorava Chakravarthy says:

    "I had a tremendous fear of rejection". When Shiva released, did you have same goddamn fear of rejection (from audience)?

  11. mikey says:

    lot of people asked you what would u have been if u didn\’t plunge into film making?u answered."A dreamer and loser" in what ever u have done.As far as my understanding,film making not only meant that u do what u are passionate about but also means that u are never accountable to any one else but to your own conscience.Had u been an engineer/lecturer/which ever other field,u would have easily been ridiculed despite your intellect,would have been compelled to be a hypocrite,being nice to people more importantly would have witnessed every stupidity of a person.In this context,film making is the only arena which would give u a chance to be BEING YOURSELF all the time.i reckon this is the reason u often tell that u cant imagine u doing anything else,ah?

  12. mikey says:

    Every thing is subjective so is human perception.All your thoughts/ideologies are your unique interpretation.Do you ridicule any one who opposes that?

  13. mikey says:

    as u admitted you preach philosophy but dont practice it which is evident in the following scenario.Media made hue-cry over your visit to taj post 26/11 attacks.U could have easily lambasted the media in your media talks but u preferred to give the explanation in your blog.If u do what u intend to do all the time and take immense pride in that,why did u not to prefer to do the same in this case?

  14. Parixit says:

    how much the use of symbolism and metaphor is important in a film???

  15. Parixit says:

    I want to read the refined version of your thoughts on god….I mean your current thoughts on god, I know you have post an article on god long back but I want an long essay which elaborates each and every aspects related to god

  16. Parixit says:

    If you didn\’t had much technical experience then how did you got familiar with different camera angles and technical process to make a movie in your first movie considering that internet was not frequently used in those days?

  17. Purna says:

    What is love ?Any litmus test for love ?difference between intense affection and love ?Is god really there ? how do you know ?Who is god ?Who made god ?who created life ?If earth was made from gasses and chemicals who created these gasses and chemicals ?

  18. Parixit says:

    my favorite gujrati columnist wrote an article on your blog………he said that everyone should make an resolution in 2009 to read your blog.According to him your thoughts can help to improvise thinking ability and intellectuals of individuals.

  19. Unknown says:

    Hey Ramu, I am a BIIIIIG fan of \’The Godfather\’ (the novel as well as the film series) myself. The character of Don Corleone is just awesome! Much as I loved Marlon Brando and the film itself, I feel certain aspects of \’Sarkar\’ were much better, in fact way ahead. Esp. Mr.Amitabh Bachan – I personally feel this is his career-best performance. Certain scenes, like the meeting with Rashid, for ex. were better than in the original! The english counterpart was much more subtle, and does not explicitly show the Don\’s power. But in Sarkar, Sr.Bachan saab\’s expressions portray a man with power, who restrains from exercising it. Or even the scene in which he throws Vishnu out of him home. The "ja-nikal" shot could probably be canned only by you two. Even the Swami\’s analysis – "Subhash Nagre ek aadmi hai – Sarkar ek soch"! To think of it, any leader or for that matter leadership itself is a thought – soch! Even Vishnu\’s characterization is far better than the celluloid Sonny. One look at Vishnu evokes a terror that\’s missing in James Caan\’s portrayal. This could p\’bly be the best desi adaptation of novel. Kudos. BTW, I was just wondering – why not make another in the series? About the transition of Subhash Nagre to Sarkar – how he started his life as an immigrant laborer to Mumbai (p\’bly on the docks like in Deewar), to how he became a union leader, to how he finally became the huge political power that he is. Abhishek may play young Subhash\’s role, while the Sr.Bachan saab may play the role of Sarkar. What say? (I don\’t mean to advise you, but I feel this would be a terrific film, if executed properly)

  20. Dinesh says:

    Only one thing in SARKAR was impressive when Anupam Kher was dieing, bullet on his skull. that was very very very good scene.

  21. andhrabond says:

    RGV,If she would have fell in love with you 27 years back, I am sure we will not be having this conversation and you haven’t have got this success now that you have. It is complete trade that either you have satya or you have the fame that you have now.You must have been doing some business or job or frustrated with your life but not this success. I think there are no regrets for you by not having her in your life. Give me the success ratio if you both are still together and you have the fame that you have now. If you ask me I don’t have a good ratio on your success.I think you have everything in your life by not having satya. Which is a very good luck for you? What do you say?And the important point is you decided to fall in love with satya 27 years back and god decided not to give you satya and give you all this success. If you say there is no god and it is nothing to do with god. Tell me one thing, what else you could have done to get satya 27 years back. There is no difference between having satya in your life and dreaming about success of ‘RGV ki AAG’. There is no way you could control both of them. The above scenario is, if your crush/attaction towards satya might have become love and then you fell in love with her. I still believe that it was just your crush/attraction towards her. If that becomes reality soon after you fell in love with her you might have realized, that was a big mistake you did.

  22. Shiva Prakash says:

    Shall I expect a post on Relationships.!!!

  23. Akshay says:

    Your last answer brings forward an interesting insight: The idea/conception of an atheist is dependent on the idea/conception of a God. The atheist principle owes it existence solely to the negation of the belief in God principle. The atheist principle has no independent existence without the God principle. God does get the last laugh 🙂

  24. Surya says:

    Awesome answers. I never thought \’dumb questions\’ have so much value. But for those dumb questions, i would not have a hearty laugh with your witty answers.Guys keep asking (only) dumb questions!!

  25. mojo says:

    @Jack..totally agree with you… the base or ground of his thoughts(this day) is clearly reflected in the article he wrote.. and don\’t you think he is theorectically exposed to all that looking within.. bliss.. nirvana etcc.. and debated with many or in himself to come to an integrity in his words,thoughts and actions..?? once exposed and takes pleasure in lower levels.. its becomes difficult for one to even comprehend/perceive the higher taste…he himself claims to be rakshas.. he knows it…but anyways.. bravo! i liked your analysis and approach… specially the line.."Look within, and the joy is eternal. It is Bliss."cheerio!!

  26. Bajirao says:

    somwhere on net i read that you are a fan ( i know fan is not right word for you but thts not the point here…) of late vijay tendulkar (wellknown author in marathi and hindi play…) What did u like in his writing.. do u like his work in ardhsatya ? then you should try to watch or read his marathi play "sakharam Binder". I think you will like that.Sakharam Binder(Main Character of the Play) thinks he has the system by the tail and he can disregard the culture & societal values as long as he is truthful.Sakharam, a bookbinder, picks up other men\’s discarded women — castoff wives who would otherwise be homeless, destitute or murdered with impunity — and takes them in as domestic servants and sex partners.He rules his home like a tin-pot tyrant, yet each woman is told that she is free to leave whenever she likes. He will even give her a sari, 50 rupees and a ticket to wherever she wants to go.Everything good and proper, where Sakharam Binder is concerned, he says. He\’s no husband to forget common decency. What he doesn\’t anticipate are the moral and emotional complications of this arrangement, which prove heartbreakingly ruinous to everyone involved. (thnx to wikipedia)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDHUzdHbrdE&feature=related

  27. Unknown says:

    Hi , Please watch the movie 13B. I think the director has done a good job without resorting to horror-movie cliches/traps like creaking doors/horror props like sudden loud noises etc.

  28. Girish says:

    You are obviously a far better writer now than you were 20-30 years ago, and you no doubt sadly realize that what is important and sacred to you is treated profanely by others. But still it is sad to see how cynical and artificial a director you now allow yourself to be. Saw bits of Sarkar and Shiva and the difference is for the worse. You have a beautiful scene where Nagarjuna\’s brother scolds his daughter for no other reason than that she is behaving naturally. There you were not afraid to let events unfold at a natural pace. And now in Sarkar, you artificially try to create tension. Dramatic poses. Unnatural lighting. Loud pseudo dramatic music. ALL of which for me at least serves to remind me of the stupidity of the underlying story you are trying to tell. In Shiva, the naturalistic style sucks you in. Now the artificial style prevents me from "buying" into your story. Just my 2 cents.

  29. Narendra says:

    Ans: Yeah and I am sure many of you would want to burn it in “Aag”. I think many would want to burn themselves in AAG after reading \’em. That\’s what atleast I felt after reading half of the Part 1. Damn boring unlike any of your movies.

  30. Narendra says:

    Ans : Not torture but she would have been surely bored to death.Isn\’t that called torture? Please correct me.

  31. pintoo says:

    no idea if your essays on god worked on this blog…..but sure is your love story…7 pages of article…no one cares…2 lines on satya………100s of responses……ah ah

  32. vaishak says:

    I never commented on RGV ki geetha. but it was very good and thoughts are so well shaped. You always write about how you create a film\’s subject. You frankly explains all the \’mixing process\’ you have done to create a certain film. Are you not afraid of people copying your style..? Anyway ,its the sensibility of the people who mix creative stuff up to get a new creative product. Nobody can copy that sensibility but still you performed all the activities of a film school. You have taught us so much about film making.

  33. vaishak says:

    A few questions to you…1. You have said in one interview about why your \’then\’ dream project "EK" shelved. You said that the film got shelved only because the film has certain ideas which might hurt the india-pakistan good relationship of that time. Now, Can you think about that film again because indian govt. openly said that pakistan is the source centre of global terrorism.2. Do you know each and every detail of the functioning of a most advanced movie camera [ for eg : Super 35 or ARRI435] . How do you communicate with your cinematographer about the frame composition and colour pattern ? Did your cinematographer obeyed you compltely in the first film..?with love…Vaishak…

  34. Unknown says:

    HI RAMUJI,I HAVE ONE STORY FOR MR. AMITHABH BACHCHAN. I KNOW U DONT MAKE ON STORY LIKE THESE. BUT PLS COMMENT ON THE STORY IDEA. BRIEF IDEA__________NAME :- RAJA-RAM -MOHAN (TRIPLE ROLE)YOUNGER :- RAJA, RAM MOHAN :- BY ABHISHIEK AMITHAB BHCHANAN (TRIPLE ROLE)60 YEAR :- RAJA , RAM , MOHAN :- BY AMITHAB HARIVANSHRAI BACHCHAN (TRIPLE ROLE)THREE BROTHER SEPRATED AT THE AGE OF SIX , MEET AGAIN AT THE AGE OF 60. (THANKS TO OUR GREAT MR. MANMOHAN DESAI)STORY STARTS WITH THE INTRODUCTION SCENE OF THREE INDIVIDUAL CHARACTER\’S , THERE LIFE , LIFESTYLE , FAMILY AND THEIR WORK.RAJA– HI IS NAUGHTY(BHAI) CRIMANAL WITH STRONG ETHICS(WITH VERY STRONG DO\’S AND DONT\’S) BUT GOOD AT HEART . HE IS DON, HAVE MONOLOPY AND COMMANDS SUPREME POWER IN A DHARAVI LIKE CHAWL. RAM:- BANK CLERK – SIMPLE , DOWN TO EARTH GENTLE MAN ,HAPPY & SATISFIED WITH LIFE. (TYPICAL MIDDEL CLASS FAMILY)MOHAN :- VERY SUCCESFULL INDUSTRALIST(REAL ESTATE) , SHREWED BUSINESSMAN , AMBITIOUS.(WANT TO TRANSFORM EACH AND EVERY SLUM AREA TO BIG HOUSING COMPLEX , MALLS, SHOPPING COMPLEX)NOW WHEN THEY(RAJA, RAM ,MOHAN) MEET AT ONE PARTICLUAR SITUATION (DRAMATICALLY THEY ARE FACING ONE COMMAN PROBLEM ), STORY GOES INTO FLASHBACK DURING THERE YOUNGER DAYS (HERE ENTERS ABHISHEIK AMITHAB BACHCHAN) CHARACTER LIFE SPAN FROM AGE 25 TO 45 ) EXPLANING HOW THEY HAD LIVED SEPERATELY DURING ALL THOES YEARS AND REACH THESE STAGE. ONCE THE STORY OF YOUNGER DAYS IS OVER , (FLASH BACK OVER) THEY DECIDE TO LIVE TOGETHER AND SOLVE THAT COMMON PROBLEM.INTERVAL(A) INTRODUCTION OF THREE CHARACTER\’S FAMILY WITH EACH OTHER. (B) THEY DECIDE TO LIVE AT MOHAN\’S BIG PALACE LIKE HOUSE.(C) TIME FOR CONFUSION , COMEDY OF ERRORS , MARRAIGE IN FAMILY , NACCH -GANNA ( I.E FULL TO FUN.)(D) NOW CHARACTERS INTERCHANGE TO SOLVE THAT COMMON PROBLEM.RAJ IS BECOMING RAM. ( CRIMINAL TO CLERK )RAM IS BECOMING MOHAN. (CLERK TO INDUSTRALIST)MOHAN IS BECOMING RAJA. ( INDUSTRALIST TO BHAI).(E) How they turn all the disadvantage into there advantage.(F)Defeat all opposition and SOLVE THAT COMMON PROBLEM.(G)LIKE IN EVERY MONMOHAN DESAI FILM , EVERYBODY IS HAPPY I.E HAPPIESSSSSSSSS ENDINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG.THE ENDAWATING YOUR REPLY.WITH BEST REGARDS.SAURABH BHATTaprameyaengg@airtelmail.in

  35. vinod says:

    in one of your replies sometime back,you said that satya was the name of a girl in your collge.you also say that you wrote this piece on god for satya when you were in 2nd year of civil engineering.and then,you say stya became a doctor!so ,did your college have both enginnering and doctor courses?or you knew satya since your +2 days(you being an M.P.C student and she a Bi.P.C.) but wrote the essay a few years later?well.this is not that important.but,it just occured to me!

  36. anil says:

    waiting for your new movie and please reales this time in dubai…

  37. dinesh says:

    when you don\’t believe in god or religions, why did you retain your caste name \’varma\’ in your name, you should have changed your name to just ramgopal. moreover, you started a production company by the name \’varma\’,.

  38. Unknown says:

    Hello Ramuji,keep up the good work..i have a question about Kshana Kshanam. Sridevi\’s character was portrayed as a girl who gets scared to little things and for that reason keeps saying \’Devuda devuda\’ every now and then. Then how come such a girl just stares directly into a snake\’s eyes. How come she can show such presence of mind. I mean, i am scared to death when accidentally see a snake browsing thru TV channels, or just a mere thought of snake scares me. Please explain the scene from RGV\’s point of view. Thank you sir.

  39. VijayDirects says:

    Communicating with RGV: ——————————Hello Varma garu,It is interesting to see certain things that usually happen withcelebrities.I know it\’s not anybody\’s fault but it just happens.Your blog has many such examples:- They (your fans) think that they are impressing you. You might take it as their incompetence to make such pettyobservations. You might get angry at them thinking they are ridiculing you. You might not respond even if you are impressed. You might not respond if you totally disagree and see that there is acomplete disconnect. You usually do respond if there is a disconnect with the masses inyour personal life. You usually do respond if there is a disconnect with the masses inregards to your cinema. You usually do respond with clarification in your day-to-day work ifyou are a director. You People in professions where communication is involved do not likedisconnects. You might respond with a joke by diverting from the subject totally. You are really impressed! You probably have not even seen his/her comment!!!- They think that they are appreciating you. You might think they are flattering you. You might think they are boring you but accept it with goodintentions(?) you might sometimes think they(people like them) are the reason whyyou do not see the reality. You sometimes know that they are really appreciating you and do notrespond. You sometimes know that they are really appreciating you and respond: – crack a benign/healthy joke and lighten-up – occassionally make a joke of his comment just to give him a tasteof disappointments in life. – occassionally make a joke and ridicule yourself, just to show howruthless you can be You sometimes do not know if they are really appreciating you orcriticizing you.You sense it when people are having trouble putting things across and take extra pains to understand him/her and even respond occassionally.- They are flattering you and for a change, you just feel like getting flattered.. once in a while.. wink..Finally, as usual I want to flatter myself and want everybody to know it :))

  40. simran says:

    Hello there…jz read your 7 part essays and while the thought process and characterisation is definitely interesting, I would like to read your interpretation of the new fad around town i.e past life regression therapy. Looking forward to reading some more of your curious dissections. simran

  41. srinivas says:

    Hello fellas, you people are wondering how come satya did medicine?,May be Satya is his intermediate classmate.OR after completing Eng she did psychology.

  42. Sai says:

    I am a bit sad to know that the “Dekh bhagwaan bhi diyela hai” dialogue wasn\’t something you thought of. I just assumed it was a result of your brilliance. I loved that dialogue so much… now I have some more respect for that Chander guy… wonder where he is nowadays??

  43. bhanu says:

    hello ramu………what happened to ur much publicised movie \’raktacharitra\’…………is it shelved?????

  44. Mohan says:

    Ramu..Your bolgs and movies are simple but powerful…—

  45. Unknown says:

    I always imagine my surrounding things differently and create my new ideas.I believe strongly that i have immense potential to make movies.And busy in organising my ideas to incorparate in scripts and subjects planned by me.i want an oppurtuinity to present my ideas through silverscreen.I need a producer like you to encourage young director like me.

  46. Unknown says:

    I want you to comment on this.

  47. lprakash says:

    Two questions, one personal and the other professional:1) When did you become an atheist? Can you recall any incident that made you become one?2) Is Rann rechristened as India 24 x 7? If yes, then why?(Well, that makes it 4 questions)RegardsPrakash

  48. Rasna says:

    What happened to "Raktha charitra" movie? We are waiting.

  49. Shalini says:

    Back in funny spirit again..Your response to Q.2(B****rd you are really a genius, Ans:"Well, I wish Satya thought the same") which word did you intend? the firts one or the last one? lolok..ok..calm down..put the gun down..I\’m sorry..I just read the question again and couldn\’t control myself from laughing…lol

  50. Unknown says:

    you have many similarities with the thought process of Adolf Hitler1) you have an amazing knack of analysing other\’s human psychology like the way he behaves, his thought process. for ex, if a normal person wants to hit a person, he might think in one side like physically hitting him without much thinking about the consequences whereas you first tend of think about the human responses from the opponent point of view and then act at the right time. 2) you have a vast knowledge on various fields(especially media, human psychology, polictics, books, education etc) which you have acquired from reading books, watching videos, learning people but u r different coz you can apply them practically which is main objective of reading, learning things. Had you been my teacher, I would have been in any of extreme in exams but I would have learnt the actual meaning of education (how to read, learn, analyse things and PRACTICALLY IMPLEMENT in my life)3) you mostly follow the principle that "Majority cannot replace Single". Like We learnt "To fight a monster, we have to become Monster". you are always ready to face the challenges for your action, you always grow bigger with criticism(media on Aag, your movies, Mumbai Blasts Incident etc), that is your main strengths, they do not understand this basic fact when take on you, its only they(media etc—monster) are making you a monster, but when you show them the actual thoughts of their views, they try to run away from the real world, in this matrix of society, they are living in a fogged world and when a mirror like you shows the real world, they tend to break you and run away from it, but u r only growing bigger.4) you are fiercely Independent, once you have an Idea which excites you, you tend to go ruthlessley to get the objective of it either means in any way.I strongly believe that you need to do more in terms of your ideas, thought process and show case yourself. I wish you could right the meaning of Education.

  51. sha says:

    I want to work with you for myself.

  52. Suraj says:

    do you think, the way your write is justified by the way you make movies. I felt you are a very good writer and your thoughts does not live up when they are translated visually. Because before 2 decades, it really surprising to see your clarity in thoughts, simply amazing, which made me think about this question!Regards,

  53. Unknown says:

    "You will want to make love to a beautiful woman and a lion will want to eat her." You have definitely softened up ….. if not you would have used an F word in this sentence!!!!

  54. Dinesh says:

    कहाँ गया वर्मा, पृथ्वी पर एक ही तो वर्मा था… किधर गया बे…?.

  55. Sudhir says:

    Hey Ra\’am,A bunch of marketeers from Harvard could not have done what you did for changing Rann to India 24×7!!! And you got the Big Bull to pull it off for you on his web site. And in what style!!!!You have got him to sell your wares dirt cheap. Big Bullshit learnt this hit and run hawkers technique in the days of Shahenshah and Hum.Thanks for lifting the scales off.Just one question. Is this the best way to beat the K clans and their vicious clout on the industry?

  56. Sridhar says:

    Hello RGV SirIts been a LONG time since I commented…..anyways I am having a GREAT time reading your replies and the posts on GOD(27 years ago)….hahahaha….Please keep doing so,I am the same guy(Sri) who chatted with you twice…one you also said \’no probs I communicate thru my films n u by coming there\’…So, its India 24/7 now…But, Rann title was too good…maybe it dint fix to the context….no questions Sir…amma na meda kuda comment esdamane….hahahaha….Ok Sir, enjoy! Hope to meet you sometime….I asked you this question in the chat and you never replied…..must be thinking \’sala yeh to peeche hi pad gaya\’…..hahahaha….my intention is not to disturb you Sir, just have a glimplse of your \’direction\’ or \’taking\’….Thank youSridhar Mayur(Sri)

  57. Unknown says:

    I have a concept for a movie. The story of a boy who has always been back bencher, dejected and lonesome. He has always been oppressed and tortured by his own people. Once he happens to get an ancient book of spells(Black Magic). Horrible things take place.He doesn\’t know how great the impact of spells chanted by him may be. He can make ill spirits enter his body and take revenge.This all may sound crazy but I know exactly how it will appear on screen. But I know that I am the one who can play this role.I have it all in my mind and I am just looking for a person like Ramgopal who can justify the script. I do not know where to go.If I do not get it here I may move to Hollywood………….Ram plz give it a look

  58. I says:

    If you are megalomaniac then do you also think of similar subjects for your movies..liek end of world..aliens.etc..

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