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I recently watched a Malayalam movie Ustad hotel starring
Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menon. Veterans such as Thilakan,
Siddique and Mamukkoya bring life to the beautiful story. The movie
I recently watched a Malayalam movie Ustad hotel starring Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menon. Veterans such as Thilakan, Siddique and Mamukkoya bring life to the beautiful story. The movie is thought provoking from the beginning. From the excessive fascination for a boy child, to death of a mother due to the strain of multiple pregnancies is shown in a subtle humorous manner.
The boy, Feyzee who grows up loving food comes face to face with his father over his future. Feyzee comes to stay with his grandfather until he can leave to London. He spends time in his grandpas hotel and learns valuable lessons for life. He learns about the true purpose of cooking and feeding people. He learns that anybody can feed people but filling peoples hearts with joy is a different feeling altogether. When we find our true purpose, nothing can stop us. A family drama, coming of age story, love story and the most importantly FOOD especially Biryani makes the movie just near perfect.
A line in the movie caught my attention. His grandpas friend tells him that we humans are never satisfied with anything we have. We always need more but with food it's never like that. We can never eat more than our stomach full. I felt there is shred of truth in that sentence. We all desire for more bank balance, bigger house, car and what not. If only every other requirement of our life had a limit.
In all this chaos, wait for a moment and think about your life. How lucky are you? to be breathing, to have a family, friends, a roof over your head, food on the table, a warm bed to sleep on. When we count our blessings would we realize the quantum of good things in our life which far outweigh the problems that we face.
We would stop complaining if we truly realized how lucky we are.
The story is about a family, where the kids assume the father is
having an extra-marital affair with a girl half his age. The mother
is bedridden and is not expected to live for long. The father
The story is about a family, where the kids assume the father is having an extra-marital affair with a girl half his age. The mother is bedridden and is not expected to live for long. The father even goes to the extent of asking his wife to sign a eye donation form for the girl since she is blind. The kids are outraged when their mother signs the form. They leave the house after realising that their mother would support her husband no matter what. When the husband tells his wife the identity of the girl, the story takes a different turn and restores faith in humanity and the beautiful relationship of husband and wife.
Kalpana was born on 17th March, 1962, in a small town of Karnal in Haryana. She was born to an average Indian middle class family.She grew up in a typical male dominant society, where boys were given all the freedom and girls werent even allowed to work. Her mother was quite supportive and liberal, and she encouraged Kalpana to do something great. She did her schooling at Tagore Baal Niketan School in Karnal. She completed her B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering from Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh in 1982. She obtained an Msc. degree Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington. She wanted to get into NASA. She went on to get a second degree in 1986, and a PhD in Aerospace Engineering in 1988. In 1998 she began workinh with NASA Ames Research Center.
In 1983, Kalpna got married to Jean-Parrie Harrison, who was a flying instructor and an aviation author. They led a happily married life, while she started working hard to become an astronaut. Soon, she got promoted to the position of Vice President of Overset Methods, Inc at NASA Research Center. There, she made a Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) research on Vertical/Short Takeoff and Landing concepts. She gained certification for a pilot license for the seaplanes, multi engine air place and glider. She also was a Certificated Flight Instructor for glider and airplanes.
Her first Space mission began on November 19, 1997, as she flew with six other astronauts to space on Space Shuttle Columbia flight STS-87. She became the first Indian born woman to fly in Space, and the second Indian to be in Space after Rakesh Sharma. Chawla traveled over 10.4 million miles in 252 orbits of the earth, logging more than 372 hours in space. After returning, she received many awards such as Congressional Space Medal of Honor NASA Space Flight Medal and NASA Distinguished Service Medal.
Her second SPace mission started on 16th January 2003. She flew on Space Shuttle Columbia flight STS-107. While the shuttle was returning back to Earth, it malfunctioned and disintegrated, which caused the death of Kalpana, along with six other crew members. This tragic incident occurred on 1st February 2003. Though the first female astronaut from India died on that fateful day, she will always be remembered from her courage and hard work.