4 Dating Tips from Coach Mars for Indian Men

4 Rules to Being Better with Women

Don’t be a coward

You may not be the best looking guy out there, nor the smartest or richest but at lease you’re going somewhere. You’re still in the game, yet you’re still out there, talking to girls, putting your ego on the line. This gives you a great advantage over most other guys, by collecting all the experience you’re getting. Instead of giving up, push yourself even more. Make the best out of any given situation and have faith you’ll be better in due time.  There’s a Reason I ended up being one of the top dating coaches in Toronto, and that’s because I always pushed myself and my company Attraction by Science to become the best.

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Improve

Always keep improving yourself in the areas you want to succeed. Keep reflecting on your results and making yourself better. This way, next time something doesn’t work out, you’ll know what to do. Fail forward, because you can make a victory out of it in the long run. Always remember this is a win-win situation even if you lose. Failure gives you valuable experience you wouldn’t have gathered if you’ve never attempted to win.

Take action

Seeing a girl you like is not only a green light for you to approach but a pillar in your development. It is also your duty and responsibility as a player to do so. As there are only two possible scenarios that will unfold, and both are good for you, there is absolutely no reason to stay in the backseat. Go and talk to the girl without paying attention to your lack of self-confidence or any other issues you might be facing. It is almost a rule that will diminish with practice.

Independence

One of the big factors in the game is staying independent. Simply said, one shouldn’t have to wait for his wing to start a conversation. Acquire the mindset of leading, instead of following. The benefits and outcomes should be very clear here. Act, instead of reacting. You should be the one initiating the interaction. Play by your own rules.

Will Bollywood Ever Catch Up to Hollywood In Production Quality?

When it comes to number of films released, Bollywood has Hollywood beat, churning out more than 1,000 films per year, more than double that of Hollywood. You don’t need to be an expert in numbers to see that Bollywood is gaining popularity, but production quality wise it’s still behind Hollywood.

Can Bollywood catch up with its American counterpart and reach a wider audience? Yes, it can, but changes have to be made. First of all, Bollywood film studios need to raise the quality level of their films. While it’s true the Indian film industry produces more movies, only a few turn out profits, and this is not helped by increasing production costsHamilton video prodcution

If Bollywood wants to penetrate other markets, films need to be more original and appeal to a wider range of people. Indian films are known for their extravagant songs, dances and focus on romance, and several classics have emerged. But to move forward and raise production values, filmmakers need to be more creative and try something different.

Because songs and dances have become an integral part of Bollywood films, it’s something that has come to be expected. But if they have any hopes of matching Hollywood, things need to change. In an interview with Hamilton located video production firm Memory Tree, the emphasis was on “variety”, and “it also won’t hurt if the movie time was cut short” as well. As it is, most Bollywood films run for 3 hours and more, and this has to be shortened as well if they want to compete with US films.

 

 

Canadian Indians Fans Weigh In On the Best Classic Hindi Movies

Bollywood is the biggest film industry in the world, churning out an average of 1000 films a year, and over time many have become classics. But which ones are the best? Several Canadian Indian fans took part in a survey and were asked to name their favorite classic Hindi films, and here are the top five.

Sholay Rules

Numerous films were mentioned, but at the end of the day the 1975 action adventure film Sholay came out on top. my friend a Mississauga electrician, says Sholay is her favorite because of the straightforward narrative and the soundtrack, and this view was shared by many of the poll participants.

When the film first came out the reviews were negative, but strong word of mouth led to increased interest, and Sholay would break box office records in India. Adjusting for inflation, it’s probably the highest grossing Indian film ever. The film starred Dharmendra and Amitabh Bachchan.

Pyaasa

Next to Sholay came the 1957 classic Pyaasa starring Guru Dutt and Mala Sinha. The film centers on the life of Vijay, an aspiring poet who’s having difficulty getting his poems published, and Gulabo, a prostitute who helps him, and many Canadian Indian fans consider this one of the greatest films of the classic Bollywood era in the 1950s. Apart from the superior performances of the two leads, Pyaasa is also notable for its use of song lyrics as dialogue extensions. Dutt, who starred, directed, produced and wrote the film, will forever be remembered for this classic.

Mughal-e-Azam

Number three on the survey is Mughal-e-Azam, the 1960 historical epic starring Prithviraj Kapoor, Dilip Kumar, Madhubala, and Durga Khote. The film chronicles the story of Mughal Prince Salim and his love for Anarkali the court dancer against the wishes of his father. One of the highest grossing Bollywood films of all time, Mughal-e-Azam is also famous for its soundtrack which features Bade Ghulam Ali Khan and Lata Mangeshkar.

Pakeezah

Landing at number four in the survey is Pakeezah. James of Vancouver, a lifelong fan of Bollywood films, considers this his favorite because of the songs, and it’s hailed by critics as one of the finest musicals ever. The performance by lead actress Meena Kumari, who died after filming, is considered one of the best in her career.

Rounding out the top five is the epic melodrama Mother India. Directed by Mehboob Khan, the film tells the story of Radha, an impoverished woman who defies odds to raise her children. The film was a box office success and had a profound impact on Hindi filmmaking. Even today, Canadian Indian fans hold Mother India in high regard. Other films definitely deserve to be on this list, but as far as Canadian Indian fans are concerned, these are the best.

 

Who is the Best Upcoming Indian Actor?

Every Bollywood fan has an opinion as to who’s the most promising, upcoming actor is today, but industry observers and film experts have chosen a select group, any of whom could be the next big thing. Are they right?

The Cream of the Crop

Sushant Singh Rajput is a TV actor who became even more popular after his debut film Kai Po Che stormed the box office. His follow up movie, Shuddh Desi Romanc, also did well on the box office, leading many industry observers to say he could be Bollywood’s next big star. He’s not the only one though as TV host-turned-actor-singer Ayushmann Khurrana is also making waves as his film debut Vicky Donor (2012) also performed solidly and profited handsomely.

Sushant SIngh Rajput

In addition to the two, there’s also Arjun Kapoor, a newcomer who’s had more films than other new actors. But while his debut Ishaqzaade (2012) did all right, his follow up Aurangzeb, didn’t perform as well, which again shows the risks that actors take when it comes to choosing their roles and projects. Even so, Arjun has won critical praise for his performances.

Two other actors that hold a lot of promise are Sidharth Malhotra and Varun Dhawan, and both have good projects and are considered among the closest things to sure bets in the box office. It also doesn’t hurt they’re good looking and very capable too.

 

Of course just like in Hollywood, nothing is guaranteed, and it’s entirely possible that someone from left field would suddenly come out and become the toast of the Indian film industry. And it is also possible that any of the actors mentioned will string up several hits or misses and change the movie landscape, but it’s this unpredictability that makes Bollywood what it is today: exciting, fickle and a lot of fun.