Ship of Theseus: “That’s the Movie, Sirjee”

While I was entering the theater, I remembered Shyam Benegal’s praise for this movie:“The most significant film to have come out of India in a long time.”.


When the 142 minutes movie finished, there was pin drop silence in the 30% occupied movie theater. All were stunned and immersed in the thought process which was going on subconsciously inside their minds.

I walked some distance, and gently asked the 59 year old general manager from ICICI Bank, who was sitting in the far end of my row: “How was the movie, sirjee”?

After 29 seconds, he slowly turned his head and said, “That’s the movie, sirjee”

I asked him how much will he rate this movie out of 5, and six instantly fingers shot up. 

ship-of-theseus-poster2 The movie ended suddenly, when you were least expecting it.. I was personally trying to find a face, when abruptly, the movie finished.

It really took me a couple of minutes to totally grasp the meaning, the magnitude and the scale of the movie which I had just witnessed.

The characters, one by one, began to whisper in my ears..

“Ha ha.. We are not the same any more.. Heck, even YOU are not the same anymore…!!”

Already being speculated as the official Oscar entry, Ship of Theseus is a masterpiece, woven with a thread of art and sensibility. The flow of the story will take you through an unforgettable journey of joy, pain, death and celebration. The discussions on spirituality and reasoning life with religion and ethics will make your heart beat go faster and mind go numb.

First a little background, which will help you understand the movie and its mission.

Ship of Theseus is a million year old paradox, which has baffled philosophers and thinkers and social scientists for centuries. The core of this paradox: “Whether an object which has had all its components replaced remains fundamentally the same object.”

This wiki page explains this in a really simple manner.

Director Anand Gandhi took this paradox, and molded it into a prism of excellent cinema.. a peculiar type of creativity which tinkles our intellect and forces us to think hard.

Social issues, poverty, nationalism, creativity, freedom.. all these heavy topics will suddenly come closer to your conscience.

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Awesome Camera Work!

You would be surprised to know that Anand Gandhi was the one who wrote dialogues and screenplay for India’s longest running soap opera: Kyuunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi and Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki..

And still, in one of the scenes, amidst intense philosophical discussions on life and its meaning, the director never fails to mention that all those who watch these serials “just waste their time.” Its brave and creative cinema.

Also, its intelligent, and witty, and something magical.

The way a blind photographer uses speaking cameras and voice enabled photoshop to click and exhibit awesome photographs, day in and day out.. you realize what art is all about. You began to question your own beliefs and assumptions about life and efforts and failure. The passion and the zeal inspires you..

When you see a monk, who looks like Steve Jobs and is named Maitreya, who speaks rationale language with science and logic, and refuses to believe in any God, then you truly begin to acknowledge the wonders of spirituality and how it is different from religion.

And in another story, its heart warming to see India’s young entrepreneur understanding what life is all about, and very humbly (and sometimes aggressively) informs his grandmom that he is ambitious and compassionate, both at the same time. The way he travels all the way to Sweden to find the culprit, and the associated cinematography is awesome.

In the middle of these stories, I was really amazed how the director has succeeded in weaving in so many different elements in one simple sequence of shots. The editing and the compilation.. amazing!

The narrative style of the movie is again a masterpiece. Three stories are told, one after another.. each having its own flavor and smell.

Excerpts from Wiki entry of the movie:

Aaliya Kamal (Aida El-Kashef) is a visually impaired and celebrated photographer in the process of undergoing a cornea transplant that will restore her vision. Though the surgery is a success and Aaliya’s vision is restored, she has trouble adjusting to her newfound sense of sight and is dissatisfied with her resulting photography.

Maitreya (Neeraj Kabi), an erudite monk, is part of a petition to ban animal testing in India. When he is diagnosed with liver cirrhosis, his reluctance towards medication is questioned and he must now depend on the people he’s been fighting against – a path he refuses to take. 

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This is Sohum Shah (white shirt), the Producer!

A very young stockbroker, Navin (Sohum Shah), has just had his kidney transplanted. He soon learns of a case of kidney tourism involving an impoverished bricklayer, Shankar. His initial fear is that his new kidney originally belonged to this man. Further investigation proves otherwise, but Navin takes matters into his own hands and confronts the actual recipient in Stockholm.

I cancelled several meetings, took lift from 3 random guys on the road, told lie to my boss, got drenched in the rains and did several other things to manage this movie, on a weekday, amidst heavy rains and showers. And it was totally worth it.

In case you love documentary style, old classic art cinema, then this movie will make you whisper, “That’s the movie, sirjee..”

Do share your experiences in the comments.. Will you watch it?


Are You Being Judged?

No one can judge you. No one has the authority to judge you.

But our minds have been conditioned since our birth, that judgement is necessary.

I call this the conspiracy.


Just think, right from the school, every action of ours is being judged, given marks, grades and commented.

We tend to believe that judgement is the sole purpose of our actions.

So sad.

When you join a job, your mind is already pre-conditioned into accepting this judgement thing. Heck, these schools and colleges have been built to make us slaves of judgement. 

“Follow the rules, be in the line.. Do what is being told.. ”

“Don’s ask questions, and wait for the person judging you to give his/her feedback and then bask in the glory.”

“Wait for being selected, and then do as it is told..”

But, for an artist.. the creator.. the entrepreneur.. the first thing to follow is break this juggernaut of judgement.

Your ideas, your plans, your creations, your new book.. your new blog.. everything is being held for ransom, by the judgement fear.

Refuse to be judged. Break free, and just do it.

The only person who should judge you, is YOU.

Do comment your views in the comments section. I promise, it won’t be judged!

Health and Taste : Who Is The Winner?

When I was in class 10th, I weighed an impressive 89 kilos. I was the heaviest guy in the whole class, and life was not fun.

Today, as I am nearing 29 years of age, I find myself ‘slightly’ over-weight. Although I have reduced lots of weight by using every possible method (Gym, Dieting, Running etc), I still believe that I am not fit. I carry loads of unnecessary fat which should be immediately destroyed.. But time restrictions and call of the duty is restricting me to devout fully to my health (over weight) concerns.

These thoughts and some tension were prevailing over my mind, when suddenly I received an awesome bloggers only invitation: Saffola – The Other Side!

Saffola has recently launched a new product called Masala Oats, and this event was a launch pad for this launch. Hosted by Vikas Khanna, the master chef, this event was like a God send gift to me because I want to lose weight and I don’t have much time for gym.

The invitation was an interesting combination of ‘boring’ vegetables and a cool box.

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Once I received this invite, I was more than ever determined to know the secrets.. of the other side!

As me and my wife Deepali entered the spacious ambience of Blue Frog near Mehrauli, New Delhi(where this event was taking place), I didn’t miss the enthusiasm and energy of all the bloggers and food-experts present there. As my eyes adjusted to the mild-darkness inside the hall, I realized that Vikas Khanna is on the stage and asking few questions. Soon, health-powered juices were served, and I started enjoying the proceedings. Meanwhile, Deepali happened to answer one right answer, and she was invited to take part in a contest, wherein participants are required to prepare some unique, innovative dishes made from Oats. The winner was a lady who made awesome Pizza!

Deepali has written a well-crafted blog, sharing her experiences and the joy of cooking right inside the action. (which is under-maintenance now. Sorry for the inconvenience!)

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Deepali participating in the contest
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Deepali experimenting with Oats!


By interacting and listening to Vikas Khanna, and as shared by Deepali, I realized that Saffola has indeed introduced an awesome product. Masala Oats are not that boring oats which my mom used to serve me along with milk and sugar. I used to puke!

This newer version of Oats has been prepared using some really nice ingredients, which takes care of the taste part. And health wise, Oats are the best: no fats, no calories and lots of proteins and vitamins.

Atleast till the time I start some serious gym and exercises, I guess I can safely count on Masala Oats to keep a healthy, tasty and balanced diet.

As the lunch was being served, and I hopped on baked fishes and fruit salads, I remembered a famous quote on health: “Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live!”

Thank you Saffola, for creating Masala Oats. You have indeed helped me 🙂

PS: After the event, we were presented with a big, big basket of Saffola Masala Oats packets and an awesome book written by Vikas Khanna: Khana Sutra. Review of the book will soon take place!

PPS: I was actively live-blogging the event on Twitter. Some of the tweets:

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IPL 2013 – In Pics (till now)

Sometimes back, I had announced that I won’t watch IPL.

But then, I realized that 200 million Indians are anyways watching it.. And some of them who are at the heart of action, in the stadium, are the ones who are having maximum fun.

Pretty Zinta.. He is all Dressed Up!

Lucky guys!

Here are few images of those moments.. as captured by Rediff. Oops, I forgot the exact URL 🙂

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5 Reasons I Won’t Watch IPL 6 (Strictly Personal Views)

Way back, once upon a time, I used to be a die hard cricket fan.

I used to get up at 2 AM to watch every ball of India vs West Indies. I used to note down every ball of every over in a diary and then watch the highlights as well!

I used to steal money from dad’s purse and buy atleast 5 cricket magazines. I would paste the posters all around my room and changed them frequently.

But now, I won’t do that. I would not watch IPL 6.


1) Sachin Tendulkar playing under Ricky Ponting? Are you kidding me? I can’t even imagine such a scenario, forget about watching!

2) Reliable sources have informed me that matches would be predictable. Results are known to several people with few crores to gamble. Dirty.

3) I anyhow watch most of the players in the advertisements all around. And to again watch them in shiny clothes doesn’t inspire me much.

4) Multi crore bucks have been invested in these players. Oh sorry, they have been bought. In a auction. When they will play, money would be the only ambition and motivation and inspiration to perform well. Be it Australia or West Indies, its all the same! Brothers in Arm.

5) That advertisement which will hit you in between, they are priced Rs 4.5 Lakh per 10 seconds. My fingers would tremble while changing the channels during a break!

Where would be the rivalry? The passion.. the fight? I just don’t get it.. IPL for me is a reality show, live on TV.

Sports, was something else..


In case my resistance fails, and I do end up watching, I will surely update this page. But for time being, I won’t!


I am a Social Media Activist Now

In the year 2010, I started my Online Marketing journey, after leaving behind a cushy and well-paid job of SAP ABAP Consultant.

The best thing about that SAP job was that the society loved it. But my heart ached.

I was a Writer, and I pretty well damn knew by that time. My greatest joy and satisfaction came when I wrote things on paper and MS Word. The job was a security which I had myself chosen but my heart and my soul craved for writing. Little did I knew that a Writer had so many options in 2010!

One fine day, I quit my job and took freelance writing as full time occupation.

Things happened in between, and I learnt SEO along the way. I came across various businesses which were active in Online Marketing and I did social media as well. Somehow, I realized that Social Media is a very important ingredient of the whole Online Marketing game, and that SEO is a very useful thing to know for a writer and a businessman and everyone who is dreaming of making it big.

Then, in the year 2013, two things happened: I created WordsWithMagic and I became the Social Media Activist at Go4Hosting.

Go4Hosting is a Tier 3 Data Center located in Noida and Jaipur, and I am currently working as Social Media Activist in the organization, managing each and every aspect of Social Media for the organization.

We are 500+ employee company, having more than 10,000  customers all over the world. And it is quite a challenging work!

The best thing about these last three years is that, I have lived each and every moment of this transformation from a secured job to a job which I absolutely love.

I am a firm believer of Inbound Marketing, and use this to generate more and more Social Media related activities for the company.

Entrepreneurship is my final goal, and I am working full time to materialize it.

Lets see what happens next!


Why I created WordsWithMagic & Why Should You Join It?

Dear All,

Hearty Welcome!

Tagline of WordsWithMagic!

WordsWithMagic is not just a  Facebook page. It is a mission.

If asked to describe in one sentence, WordsWithMagic is an “Online Marketing hub”. Anyone and everyone who is interested to know more about Online Marketing can join the platform and be a part of the tribe.

Why Should You Join It?

There are several groups and fanpages and blogs dedicated to this beautiful medium called Online Marketing.. Why should you join another one?

Its pretty simple. Because you need knowledge. And I need knowledge. Everyone needs knowledge in this current, hyperactive world. Technologies and tools are changing by the second. The stuff which was hip last month is forgotten today!

And this hub called WordsWithMagic shall be used extensively to share the knowledge between us.

I am an Online Marketer and a Writer, and I am currently working a full time 9-5 job. My job requires me to be infront of the system for atleast 8 hours a day. And believe me, I absolutely love that!

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During my online stay, I happen to read a lot. Stuff related to Writing, Online Marketing, Social Media, Paid Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Our Life, Our Fears, Our Stories and much more. Through this medium, I can share the links, data, pictures and everything which comes along for the topics which I mentioned earlier.

As I shared earlier, Writing is my passion, Online Marketing is my profession and Entrepreneurship is my ambition.

And this hub shall be the platform where I will share hardcore knowledge.

Who Should Join It?

If you are reading this post, then you should definitely join it! I will suggest WordsWithMagic for:

– Writers

– SEO Professionals

– Social Media Marketers

– Online Marketers

–  PPC Experts

– Entrepreneurs

– Dreamers!

Right now, even  I am not sure how this will proceed.. But one this is for sure..

WordsWithMagic will help you to understand and comprehend Online Marketing, and the various mysteries and myths and truths associated with it.

Here is the link to WordsWithMagic:

You are cordially invited!


About the author: Mohul Ghosh is an Online Marketer and Writer, who is polishing his skills at Social Media Management. For understanding more about what he does, you can read his professional pitch. Or, why should you love him! You can connect with Mohul on Facebook here and on Twitter here. Oh yes. He is on Google+ as well. You can subscribe to Mohul’s feed by clicking this link. And, please don’t forget to write your comments at the bottom. Mohul survives on your feedback!



Happy Birthday, Facebook!







Our dear old Facebook was officially launched today, February 04. The year was 2004.

To the right, you can see the home page of the original website, And image credit for this picture goes to a beautiful post on the Evolution of Facebook.

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TheFaceBook Orignal Pic

The night Mark Zuckerberg decided to launch a website to avenge his ex girl friend; he posted the following posts in his Livejournal account:

“I’m a little intoxicated, not gonna lie. So what if it’s not even 10 pm and it’s a Tuesday night? What? The Kirkland [dorm] facebook is open on my desktop and some of these people have pretty horrendous facebook pics. I almost want to put some of these faces next to pictures of farm animals and have people vote on which is more attractive”

—9:48 pm


Yea, it’s on. I’m not exactly sure how the farm animals are going to fit into this whole thing (you can’t really ever be sure with farm animals…), but I like the idea of comparing two people together.

—11:09 pm


Let the hacking begin.

—12:58 am

And true to its word, this stunning hack has already hypnotized 800 million plus Facebook fans.

Have a great year ahead, Facebook!


About the author: Mohul Ghosh is an Online Marketer and Writer, who is polishing his skills at Social Media Management. For understanding more about what he does, you can read his professional pitch. Or, why should you love him! You can connect with Mohul on Facebook here and on Twitter here. Oh yes. He is on Google+ as well. You can subscribe to Mohul’s feed by clicking this link. And, please don’t forget to write your comments at the bottom. Mohul survives on your feedback!



Agneepath – The Saga Of Ruthless Vengeance

Agneepath ReviewQuick words first: The movie is for three types of audience:

a)      A person who loves to see blood and gory action sequence on-screen.

b)      A person who still loves 90s style movie telling with lots of family drama

c)      A person who is a big fan of Sanjay Dutt

If you can categorize yourself within these three personalities, then believe me, every single penny spent on the movie would be worth it. And of you aren’t such person, then the movie would be a huge disappointment.

The plot is fairly simplistic. I must admit here that I haven’t watched the original Agneepath, thus, can’t comment on the older version or the adaptability ratio. Moreover, I never compare the older versions of any remake movie. It gives me fresh insights and fresh perspective to comment on the movie.

Sanjay Dutt kills Hritik Roshan’s father, and the whole movie is a vengeance saga.

Most probably this is Hritik’s most action oriented movie till date, and he has been captured in every frame. But, I would dedicate this movie to Sanjay Dutt. He has delivered a stunning performance of being the baddie. Interjected with Gita rhymes, and powered with tattoos all around, Sanjay Dutt captures the screen every time he is being presented. The audience whistled and shouted for every dialogue which he delivers, even though he is the villain. Such is the actor’s acting prowess. AgneePath review

And another ‘acting’ hero of the movie is Rishi Kapoor. He has a menacing and devilish role, which required the actor to act really menacing and devil. And boy, what a performance. Rishi Kapoor fires up the screen with his raunchy dialogue delivery and killer acting.

Our hero, Vijay Dinanath Chauhan finally kills the villain, Kancha, and takes his revenge.

Priyanka Chopra, who is the love interest of Hritik in the movie dons an average performance. Moreover, her role was just of a supporting actor rather which was far from main stream.

The movie lacks in editing, I guess. Lots of family drama unfolds in between, which could have been done away with. The audience become impatient while such sequence was running, and this can be a negative point. Oh yes, Chikni Chameli does helped to make them patient. Katrina Kaif’s item song was applauded!

Overall, Karan Johar tried too hard. But, an honest work, which will earn money in the box-office. I highly doubt whether it will acquire the cult status or become a huge bumper hit.

Shall keep you updated!


About the author: Mohul Ghosh is an Online Marketer and Writer, who is polishing his skills at Social Media Management. For understanding more about what he does, you can read his professional pitch. Or, why should you love him! You can connect with Mohul on Facebook here and on Twitter here. Oh yes. He is on Google+ as well. You can subscribe to Mohul’s feed by clicking this link. And, please don’t forget to write your comments at the bottom. Mohul survives on your feedback!

The Meeting Which Changed My Life

Disclaimer: Except me, every character in this blog post is imaginary. It holds no resemblance, what so ever, with any person- living or dead. And the story is a figment of imagination, nothing else. In case the characters or the story does resemble, then take my word for it; it is purely co-incidence. This is a shortened version of a sub-plot from a movie script which I am attempting to finish. This had been written for a contest on IndiBlogger. This story was also published on TheRodinHoods. If you find it interesting, then do comment at the end. Your love, fuels me…

~ The story ends here ~

“And your time starts now.”

Sweat beads shone on my forehead. I was grasping for air, and my tongue struggled for words. My heart rate was surely racing away. It was about to fall away from my mouth.

I am sure that no other person in the room would have noticed that I was feeling miserable, but I felt the heat. Every preparation and revision which I ever did, failed me at the most important moment of my life. I cursed myself. I wanted to run away and jump in the river. No, ocean. I never wished to see my face again. Maybe I should go for plastic surgery. Gosh! My mind was playing games at this crucial juncture. I was slowly losing it, and somewhere down the line, I knew that this is my last chance. Slowly but gradually, the moments drifted along. I shivered and my spine became straight. Our eyes met for a fraction of a second, and my heart screamed out.

“Common Mohul. You can do better!”

And suddenly the door bell rang, and few random images flashed through my mind.


I had heard about Mr Vikram Oberoi around three years back, when I was working on an assignment related to Entrepreneurship. And from that minute, I was hooked on to his life. I read several articles and posts about him in the last 3 years of my professional career. To be precise, 1,769 which include articles, stories, blogs, news, interviews, forums and newspaper cuttings.  They all were carefully preserved in my attic, in the form of A4 size printout and photocopies. The whole collection was dutifully dusted and revised every weekend. I knew his whole family background, his relationship status and his current balance sheet by heart. Heck, I even knew which company’s share he presently held. By the ways, Mr Vikram Oberoi was ‘The’ serial entrepreneur and one of the star investors in the Indian business horizon. He mainly created companies, and then sold them off for profit. Last year, he created a fortune of $150 million, by selling the hottest dating website in Indonesia. After this eye popping deal, his total worth increased by mere 3%. He was big. And he was ruthless in making business decisions. His competitors feared him and thus, respected him. I was in awe of this person, and wanted desperately to meet him once, and share my side of the story. Today, he is going to celebrate his 65th birthday, and only three persons in the world knew this fact. Mr. Vikram Oberoi’s driver was the third person.


It was exactly 5 months back that I ever worked as a salaried employee.

After working in the corporate sector for the last 3 years, every imaginable corner of my heart ached out, “Leave the freaking job”. I was strongly convinced that my ‘precious’ time is being wasted in someone else’s office. In most of the times, during day and during night, my mind repeatedly resonated the fact that for few thousand INR, I shouldn’t hand over my freedom to someone else. My body couldn’t bear any longer, and the emotional dam broke down at the dawn of a March morning. It was the real Ides of March for me. It was pretty dramatic the way I quitted the job. Went in straight to the boss, and hugged him tight. He was shocked.. He pushed me away, and shouted, “What the hell???”

I turned away, and ran away to the exit. Later in the day, he must have read my resignation SMS which I had sent him earlier.

And after 5 months of quitting my job, I was shattered. Most of my savings consumed, on high debt, and still undecided what to actually do. I had lied to my parents all this while, and had basically done nothing. All this time, all I did was make plan and diagrams and charts. Action was most probably missing. Often, a whisper from deep down suggested me that I left the job in haste. I was confused, and in doubt. I was afraid as well. Or maybe I was afraid of the failure, as Seth Godin famously pointed out. I took the last gamble of my luck, and gave that old driver Rs 5,000, and took the address. According to that driver, Mr Vikram Oberoi is going to spend his birthday alone, in Hotel Leela Palace, which is the most expensive hotel in the whole NCR. Bloody Lie. I told myself, as I took the address from him and gave him Rs 5,000. If this one fails, I will join a job and well, torture myself again for undecided amount of time.

And, The Meeting:

I bought the largest available bouquet and reached the hotel. The room number was mentioned in my ‘bought’ chit of paper. I slowly crossed the corridor, walking on the velvet carpet and rehearsed the lines which I would blurt out, the moment he sees me. I was not tensed, but just excited. I knocked twice on the door.

“Who is there?”

“Your birthday gift, sir”

The door opened after 10 seconds. And I saw him, for the first time, face to face.

“I am unemployed, and wish to start a business venture with your blessing. Your ex driver gave me this address, and I didn’t believe him a bit. Yes, I paid bribe to meet you, because I really wanted to meet you. I am sorry if I disturbed you… “

He cut me short.

“Shut the ****up. You want money, so you ruined my birthday evening. I can call the cops and get you arrested, you bastard. “

I stammered, “I am really sorry sir.. I am afraid I had no other option left. I have read every article and blog about you and I really admire you contribution to the world of ….” He again cut me short.

“Anyone with can know everything about me. Tell me fast, and leave me alone. What is your logic?”

Err… logic? I never expected this as a question. I had prepared the questions regarding my new business idea for starting a new company, and I was expecting to answer that.

“I didn’t get it, sir.” It was officially the first blooper of the day.

“Why the hell should I invest money on you?”, he growled.

“Well sir, my calculations are purely based on the existing market data, and I believe that we can double our ROI in 6 months. All that I need is…” He once again cut me short.

“Listen chap. One thousand and one persons like you come daily to my office with brilliant ideas like yours. They all assume that I like the idea and invest on it. No! I like the person, and invest on the person.. And you..”

He himself cut that short, and asked me to sit down on the couch. He lighted his cigar, and took the glass of scotch which he was having prior to my sudden appearance. I placed the bouquet on the small glass table, and wished him a happy birthday.

“I really liked the way you made your appearance here. You are desperate for success. Nice one.”

I blushed and was about to say a warm thanks, when it happened. The bomb was hurled across me, without any warning. He was certainly ruthless.

“Can you sell this old computer to me, in less than 30 seconds?” He pointed towards an old computer, which was lying in a distant corner of the room. I wondered what an old computer is doing at Leela Palace.

“And your time starts now.”

I felt the heat. All preparations and revisions seemed like wastage of time. But, how can I sell an old computer to a millionaire? Oh my god. Time has already started. And then the door bell rang.

It gave me some moments of respite, and I regained my posture. While Mr Vikram Oberoi was telling the waiter that he does not need dinner, my mind was racing against time to find out a way to sell that damn computer. I could have heard my heart beats now.

He sat across me on the couch, and looked directly into my eyes.

“Sell it now, and get my blessing. Or else, bug off.”

“Sir, have you heard about Microsoft Windows, the largest selling Operating system ever invented on Earth? Over 500 million of them have been sold till now.”

“Yes.. Carry on” came back the reply.

“Bill Gates had written the codes of this great Operating system, on this very computer which you are seeing it across the room. If you buy it within 5 minutes, you can get it for $10,000. After these 5 minutes, you won’t be able to afford it.”

I was able to sell that old computer to Mr Vikram Oberoi. And the story starts from here..!

About the author: Mohul Ghosh is an Online Marketer and Writer, who is polishing his skills at Social Media Management. For understanding more about what he does, you can read his professional pitch. Or, why should you love him! You can connect with Mohul on Facebook here and on Twitter here. Oh yes. He is on Google+ as well. You can subscribe to Mohul’s feed by clicking this link. And, please don’t forget to write your comments at the bottom. Mohul survives on your feedback!