Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The Perfect murder: The imperfect Justice and investigation- India's biggest and perfect Murder -Aarushi Talwar case

15 May 2008, 

Aarushi ,14, the daughter of Dr. Rajesh and Nupur Talwar and their servant Hemraj were killed at night in a mysterious way. Aarushi used to study in Delhi Public School and her residence was at Sec-25, Jalvayu Vihar, Noida(UP). Her parents were both doctors and were heading the dental department in fortis hospital

10 pm - 11 pm
  • According to the Talwars, after the dinner, they went to Aarushi's room, and gifted her a Sony DSC-W130 digital camera. The camera had arrived earlier that day via courier, and had been received by Hemraj. Rajesh had originally planned to gift it to Aarushi on her birthday (24 May), but Nupur persuaded Rajesh to give it to Aarushi that day as an early birthday surprise.
  • Aarushi clicked several photographs of herself and her parents, the last one at 10:10 pm.
  • Subsequently, Aarushi's parents retired to their room, while Aarushi remained in her room.
11 pm-12 am
  • According to the parents, around 11 pm, Rajesh asked Nupur to switch on the internet router, which was located in Aarushi's room. When Nupur came to Aarushi's room, the teenager was reading Chetan Bhagat's The 3 Mistakes of My Life. Nupur switched on the router and returned to her own room.
  • Around this time, Rajesh answered a call from the US on the landline phone (kept in the couple's room). This indicates that the ringer was not silent.
  • Rajesh then surfed some stock market and dentistry websites, and also sent an e-mail. He visited an e-mail site at 11:41:53 pm: this is time when the desktop and the laptop show the last internet usage.
After 12:00 am (16 May)
  • Around midnight, Aarushi's friend tried calling her on her mobile as well as the Talwar residence's landline. However, the calls were not answered. Around 12:30 am, he sent her an SMS message: this SMS was not received by Aarushi's phone.
  • The Internet router was used for the last time at 12:08 am. Based on this, CBI infers that Rajesh was online until 12:08 am.
  • The exact sequence of events between the midnight and 6:00 am could not be determined by the investigators with certainty. According to their post-mortem reports, both Aarushi and Hemraj were killed somewhere between 12:00 am and 1:00 am

                                                 (Rajesh and Nupur Talwar-Parents of Aarushi)

There are a lot of confusions over the murder and how it happened?
According to Police version of the story, Parents saw Aarushi and Hemraj in a objectionable position, so in a sudden provocation they hit aarushi and hemraj with a golf stick that hit arrushi on left eye and hemraj on the back of his head. After hitting with the golf stick, the suspect cut their throats with a surgical blade in a very professional fashion which can not be done by a person who does not have any medical knowledge.
Both the suspects then dragged the body of servant upstairs towards terrace and threw the body on terrace behind the water tank and cooler. While they were dragging the body, blood fell on the stairs and this concretes the fact that body was dragged upstairs.

Aarushi's body lay on her bed, covered with a white flannel blanket. Her face was covered with her schoolbag.
There was blood on the bed, the walls and the floor. There was also blood on the pillow and the front side of the bedroom door, but none on the toys kept on the bed. The blood on the pillow showed two blood patterns: the drainage from the slit throat and a splashing of droplets. Aarushi's schoolbag and a pink pillow kept on the back of the bed were within the range of the splashed blood area, but did not have any bloodstains, indicating that these were placed on the bed after the murder. Aarushi's body lay undisturbed on the bed, and the bed sheet was laid out smoothly. This could possibly mean that she was killed out of the bed or that someone had dressed up the crime scene. According to the CBI, no bloodstains were found on the book The 3 Mistakes of My Life, which Aarushi was supposedly reading before her murder.
Police also found a white discharge in the vaginal area of Aarushi which when examined ruled out the possibility of semen . However Police stated that the sample has been tampered with and also her private parts have been cleaned to rule out the possibility of rape.

Now coming to what the confusions are in this case:----
Aarushi's room had a self locking godrej lock which could only be opened in 2 ways. Either aarushi herself opens from inside or her parents open it from outside which they normally kept the key below their pillow. If Hemraj killed Aarushi, how did he open the door from outside with out having the key? Also , if parents would have killed their daughter(according to police version), they saw hemraj and aarushi in objectionable position and then they did the crime. My question again is the same, how did hemraj managed to go inside Aarushi's room and if hemraj can not go inside the room, how can the parents see them together?? Let us think for a moment that hemraj stole the key from her parents room (which is almost impossible to do as they were not completely slept) and he went in aarushi's room , what was need of dragging hemraj's body to terrace because they were living in a flat not house, so any body could see them while dragging the body upstairs.
Also, according to Aarushi's close friends, her parents used to lover her a lot, why would they killed their own daughter, but then another question arises, If hemraj can not go inside aarushi's room, parents did not kill aarushi, then who killed aarushi??? Because the possibility of entering in to aarushi's room with out a key is practically impossible for an outsider because it was not a ordinary lock, it was self locking door embedded hard lock.
But if parents have not killed then the following questions arise on their innocence:-
  • The distance between the beds of Aarushi and her parents was around 7–8 feet. Yet, the parents claimed that they didn't hear any noise and slept through the murders.
  • There was no sign of forced entry into Aarushi's room, which would usually be locked at night. Someone outside the room could open it only with a key usually kept beside Nupur's bedside. The parents could not explain how the murderers gained access to this key, which was found in the living room after the murder.
  • On the morning of 16 May, Rajesh asked the police to stop wasting time in his house and pursue Hemraj instead. He even offered to cover the cost of police's visit to Hemraj's native village in Nepal. This was seen as a diversionary tactic.
  • Rajesh ignored the police's request for the key to the terrace door. An attempt had been made to hide Hemraj's body, as evident by the fact that it had been covered with a cooler panel and that the iron grill separating the adjacent terrace had been covered with a bed sheet. The police suspected that the Talwars planned to blame Aarushi's murder on Hemraj, and hid his body on the terrace for disposing it off later. However, the media glare and a constant stream of visitors made it impossible for them to get rid of the body.
  • When Hemraj's body was discovered, Rajesh told the police that he could not identify it.
  • The crime scene had been dressed-up. Aarushi's bed sheet remained undisturbed, and her body had been covered with a white flannel blanket. There was no blood on the toys, the schoolbag and a pink pillow, indicating that these items had been kept at the crime scene after the murder.
  • The family allegedly showed "undue" haste in cremating Aarushi's body and cleaning the crime scene on 16 May.
  • According to some of the visitors, the parents did not display shock or grief. SP Mahesh Kumar Mishra claimed that the Talwars looked "very nervous" when he questioned them on 16 May.
  • During 16-17 May, a series of telephonic conversations happened between KK Gautam, Dr. Sushil Chaudhury and Rajesh's brother Dinesh Talwar. Gautam later alleged that Sushil, a friend of Dinesh, had asked him to get any reference to a sexual assault removed from the post-mortem-report.
  • Hemraj had spoken of a threat to his life before his death. The police suspected that he knew about Rajesh's alleged extra-marital affair, and had been threatened by him not to talk about it.

Parents's defence

  • The fingerprints of the parents were not found on the Scotch whisky bottle or the blood-stained clothes of the victims.
  • Rajesh stated that he urged the police to pursue Hemraj, because being missing, he was the obvious suspect.
  • Rajesh also claimed that he had no recollection of the police asking him for the keys to the terrace door.
  • He could not recognize Hemraj's body as it was highly decomposed. He also claimed that he noticed that the T-shirt on the body read "New York"; the police had told him that the person was wearing a kada (a bracelet). He went down to ask Nupur (who was sitting in the car) whether Hemraj had worn these two items. When Nupur confirmed that he did, Rajesh called Dinesh to say that the body was most likely that of Hemraj.
  • Dinesh denied asking KK Gautam to use his influence to change the post-mortem report. He claimed that CBI could not find any records of him making calls at the post-mortem house.
  • The crime scene had been compromised, so Kumar turned to polygraph test (lie-detector), brain-mapping tests and narco-analysis. Rajesh and Nupur cleared two lie-detector tests and a brain-mapping test, which did not find any evidence of lying on their part.
  • The Talwars' relatives and friends state that the parents displayed adequate signs of grief. Nupur's father BG Chitnis reported that "Rajesh had become hysterical and was banging his head against the wall." Radhika Chada, a family friend, stated that Nupur was in "complete shock". Masooma Ranalvi, mother of Aarushi's friend Fiza, said that Rajesh and Nupur were "numb with grief".
  • The size of the shoeprint found on the terrace was 8 or 9, while Rajesh's shoe size is 6.
  • The later evidence suggested that the killers did not drag Hemraj's body to the terrace to hide it: he was killed on the terrace, which nullifies the theory that Rajesh killed him when he saw him in Aarushi's room.
  • The parents denied that they had dressed up the crime scene, pointing out that if they wanted to do so, they would have not left the Scotch whisky bottle with bloodstains in the living room for everyone to see. The family denied that they had shown any haste in cleaning the crime scene or cremating Aarushi's body. Nupur's mother Lata Chitnis and their clinic manager Vikas Sethi stated they received permission from the police to clean the house. The police had told them that they had already collected all the necessary evidence, including a part of Aarushi's mattress. It was the police who suggested that Aarushi's mattress be taken to the terrace for now, given the media clamor downstairs.

Also in the end, CBI filed a closure report in October 2012 in which they asked court to shut the case as they were unable to find sufficient evidences against the talwars, but court rejected this plea and ordered CBI to use this closure report as chargesheet against the couple. When CBI again started investigating, they preapred another chargesheet in which they clearly mentioned that in the best possible scenario, the murder could have been done in sudden provocation not intentional and the punishment for provocative murder comes under section 304 of IPC(Indian Penal Code) in which min punishment is zero and max is 10 yrs jail. But when the judgement was given on 25 Nov 2013 judge took it as case of direct murder and framed the charges under section 302 of IPC in which either the accused can be hanged off or they have to face life imprisonment.
Now it is still a question, when CBI itself was looking for punishment under sec 304, why did judge moved the punishment to sec 302 by himself??... The couple has also been charged under sec 201/34 which states they have tried to clean the crime scene and destroy evidences.
The truth says something else, when police went to investigate on 16 may 2008, morning, they  did not take the case seriously and the crime scene should have been banned for any media or public entry so that all evidences, finger prints etc could have been the same. but the reverse happened, it was turned in to a picnic spot anyone was coming to see the crime scene, media, general public, police ; everyone was enjoying to see the crime scene. No one cared that it is a delicate case, so crime scene should be banned for visitors and media.
Even when talwars asked to clean certain objects in their house asking the permission of police, they simply allowed them to do so. I do not understand what kind of investigation is this???

At last, my point is, if the Talwars have been accused of murdering their daughter, police should also be questioned because, had the police took the matter seriously in the beginning of the case, there would not have been so many confusions as the case today is just based on circumstantial evidences nothing else.  

Disclaimer: The views mentioned above does not indicate my personal opinion or does mean to hurt or dis-owner the honorable court/police justification. Only the perception of Police and media is mentioned here.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Android 4.3 update pulled off for Samsung Galaxy S III in U.K., AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 in US

Two weeks ago, Samsung finally released the much awaited Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy S III, but immediately after updating the device to Android 4.3 users started to complain about various bugs they were encountering. We ourselves tested the Android 4.3 update extensively and came to the conclusion that Samsung might have rushed with the new update just so that they could bring in GALAXY Gear’s support to the Galaxy S III. Samsung KNOX was also not implemented in the software update, even though Samsung promised that it will introduce KNOX with the Android 4.3 update.

Major issues in new Android 4.3 update for Galaxy S III:-
- Wake up lag (Sometimes it takes a few seconds to wake the device from standby and sometimes a few minutes)
- Random Freezing
- Huge battery drain
- Bluetooth Audio issues during playback in car
- Stuttering music playback with stock Samsung music app
- Device freezes as soon a call is received (Black screen issue)
- Poor RAM management (very difficult to multitask)
- Wi-Fi issues
After receiving so many complaints about the new Android 4.3 software update, we contacted Samsung Mobile UK for an official statement on the matter, check the statement below.
“As we are currently investigating the reported issues with Galaxy S3 4.3 Jelly Bean update, the upgrading service has been temporarily suspended. We are committed to providing customers with the best possible mobile experience, and will ensure to resume the upgrading service at the earliest possibility.” – Samsung Mobile UK
According to the statement, Samsung has temporarily suspended the upgrade service and the Android 4.3 update (I9300XXUGMG9) has been pulled from FOTA and Samsung KIES. So you won’t be able to update your Galaxy S3 to Android 4.3 at the moment.
Galaxy S3 users were waiting for this update for a long time now as the device was still running a year old version of Android (4.1.2), Samsung never updated the device to Android 4.2. We think Samsung should have taken some more time and iron out all the bugs before actually rolling out the firmware upgrade as it has made a lot of its customers very unhappy. We will let you folks know as soon as Samsung resumes the upgrade service again.
Meanwhile, Samsung is also experiencing problems with the Android 4.3 update in the U.S., this time for the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy S4. In this case, there is no indication why the update was pulled.  It was just last Wednesday when Android 4.3 started rolling out to AT&T customers sporting the latest Android flagship model

Source: Phone Arena and Sam Mobile

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Samsung GALAXY Note II, Android 4.3 update hits Samsung service centers; OTA update soon?

The Android 4.3 update is scheduled to roll out for the Galaxy S3, Note II, and the Galaxy S4 in this month and the next, but while rollout has commenced for both the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 (at least in the US) already, the update for the Note II is nowhere in sight. But that could change quite soon – apparently, Samsung’s service centers already have access to the update, and one user in India was lucky enough to get his Note II updated from a local service center.
The build number of the firmware is N7100XXUEMJ9, while the build date is of October 31st, making us fairly certain that it’s the final version of the update that will roll out officially. At this point, it’s uncertain what the extent of changes and new features are in the update (we’ve asked for some screenshots and info from the one who sent us the confirmation, and will update this post when we get them), but expect to see mostly the same changes as those that arrived on the Galaxy S3, apart from a few new features from the Note 3 for use with the S Pen.
Hang on Note II users, the excruciating year-long wait for your first major update could end very soon. In the meantime, heading to the nearest service center is sounds like a good idea, right?

Source: Sam Mobile

Thursday, November 7, 2013

The Hidden truth of Jawahar Lal Nehru


At the very beginning of his book,'The Nehru Dynasty',Astrologer K.N. Rao mentions the names of Jawaharlal's father and grandfather. Jawaharlal's father was believed to be Motilal and Motilal's father was one Gangadhar Nehru.
We all know that Jawaharlal's only daughter was Indira Priyadarshini Nehru; Kamala Nehru was her mother, who died in Switzerland of tuberculosis. She was totally against Indira's proposed marriage with Feroze.

Why? No one tells us that!

Now, who is this Feroze? We are told by many that he was the son of the family grocer. The grocer supplied wines, etc.. to Anand Bhavan (previously known as Ishrat Manzil) 

What was the family grocer's name?

One frequently hears that Rajiv Gandhi's grandfather was Pandit Nehru. But then we all know that everyone has two grandfathers, the paternal and the maternal grandfathers.
In fact, the paternal grandfather is deemed to be the more important grandfather in most societies. 

Why is it then, nowhere, we find Rajiv Gandhi's paternal grandfather' s name? It appears that the reason is simply. Rajiv Gandhi's paternal grandfather was a Muslim gentleman from the Junagadh area of Gujarat .

This Muslim grocer by the name of Nawab Khan, had married a Parsi woman after converting her to Islam.
This is the source where from the myth of Rajiv being a Parsi was derived. Rajiv's father Feroze, was Feroze Khan before he married Indira, against Kamala Nehru's wishes. 
Feroze's mother's family name was Ghandy, often associated with Parsis and this was changed to Gandhi, sometime before his wedding with Indira, by an affidavit.
The fact of the matter is that (and this fact can be found in many writings) Indira was very lonely. Chased out of the Shantiniketan University by Guru Dev Rabindranath himself for misdemeanour, the lonely girl was all by herself, while father Jawaharlal was busy with politics, pretty women and illicit sex, the mother was in hospital.
Feroze Khan, the grocer's son was then in England and he was quite sympathetic to Indira and soon enough she changed her religion, became a Muslim woman and married Feroze Khan in a London mosque.

Nehru was not happy, Kamala was dead already or dying. The news of this marriage eventually reached Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (better known as Mahatma Gandhi) .
andhi urgently called Nehru and practically ordered him to ask the young man to change his name from Khan to Gandhi. It had nothing to do with change of religion, from Islam to Hinduism for instance. It was just a case of a change of name by an affidavit. And so Feroze Khan became Feroze Gandhi.

The surprising thing is that the apostle of truth, the old man soon to be declared India 's Mahatma and the 'Father of the Nation' didn't mention this game of his in the famous book, 'My Experiments with Truth'. Why?

When they returned to India , a mock 'Vedic marriage' was instituted for public consumption.
On this subject, writes M.O. Mathai (a long-time Private Secretary of Nehru) in his renowned (but now suppressed by the GOI! ) 'Reminiscences of the Nehru Age' on page 94, second paragraph: ' For some inexplicable reason, Nehru allowed the marriage to be performed according to Vedic rites in 1942. An inter-religious and inter-caste marriage under Vedic rites at that time was not valid in law. To be legal, it had to be a civil marriage .'

It's a known fact that after Rajiv's birth Indira and Feroze lived separately, but they were not divorced. Feroze used to harass Nehru frequently for money and also interfere in Nehru's political activities. Nehru got fed up and left instructions not to allow him into the Prime Minister's residence Trimurthi Bhavan.

Mathai writes that the death of Feroze came as a relief to Nehru and Indira. The death of Feroze in 1960 before he could consolidate his own political forces, is itself a mystery. Feroze had even planned to remarry.

Those who try to keep tabs on our leaders in spite of all the suppressions and deliberate misinformation, are aware of the fact that the second son of Indira (or Mrs .Feroze Khan) known as Sanjay Gandhi was not the son of Feroze. He was the son of another Muslim gentleman, Mohammad Yunus.

Here in passing, we might mention that the second son was originally named Sanjiv. It rhymed with Rajiv, the elder brother's name. It was changed to Sanjay when he was arrested by the British police in England and his passport impounded, for having stolen a car.
Krishna Menon was then India 's High Commissioner in London . He offered to issue another passport to the felon who changed his name to Sanjay. Incidentally, Sanjay's marriage with the Sikh girl Menaka (now they call her Maneka for Indira Gandhi found the name of mythological Lord Indra's Court dancer rather offensive !!) took place quite surprisingly in Mohammad Yunus's house in New Delhi 
The marriage with Menaka who was a model (She had model for Bombay Dyeing wearing just a towel) was not so ordinary either. Sanjay was notorious in getting unwed young women pregnant. Menaka too was rendered pregnant by Sanjay. 

It was then that her father, Colonel Anand, threatened Sanjay with dire consequences if he did not marry her daughter and that did the trick.

Sanjay married Menaka. It was widely reported in Delhi at the time that Mohammad Yunus was unhappy at the marriage of Sanjay with Menaka. Apparently he had wanted to get him married with a Muslim girl of his choice. It was Mohammad Yunus who cried the most when Sanjay died in the plane accident. 

In Yunus's book, 'Persons, Passions & Politics' one discovers that baby Sanjay had been circumcised following Islamic custom, although the reason stated was phimosis. It was always believed that Sanjay used to blackmail Indira Gandhi and due to this she used to turn a blind eye when Sanjay Gandhi started to run the country as though it were his personal freedom.. Was he black mailing her with the secret of who his real father was? When the news of Sanjay's death reached Indira Gandhi, the first thing she wanted to know was about the bunch of keys which Sanjay had with him. 

Nehru was no less a player in producing bastards. At least one case is very graphically described by M.O. Mathai in his 'Reminiscences of the Nehru Age', page 206. 

Mathai writes:
'In the autumn of 1948 a young woman from Benares arrived in New Delhi as a sanyasini named Shraddha Mata (an assumed and not a real name). She was a Sanskrit scholar well versed in the ancient Indian scriptures and mythology. People, including MPs, thronged to her to hear her discourses. One day S.D. Upadhyaya, Nehru's old employee, brought a letter in Hindi from Shraddha Mata. Nehru gave her an interview in the PM's house. As she departed, I noticed (Mathai is speaking here) that she was young, shapely and beautiful. Meetings of Nehru with her became rather frequent, mostly after he finished his work at night. During one of Nehru's visits to Lucknow , Shraddha Mata turned up there and Upadhyaya brought a letter from her as usual. Nehru sent her the reply and she visited Nehru at midnight...' Suddenly Shraddha Mata disappeared.

In November 1949 a convent in Bangalore sent a decent looking person to Delhi with a bundle of letters. He said that a young woman from northern India arrived at the convent a few months ago and gave birth to a baby boy. She refused to divulge her name or give any particulars about herself. She left the convent as soon as she was well enough to move out but left the child behind. 

She however forgot to take with her a small cloth bundle in which, among other things, several letters in Hindi were found. The Mother Superior, who was a foreigner, had the letters examined and was told they were from the Prime Minister. 

The person who brought the letters surrendered them...'I (Mathai) made discreet inquiries repeatedly about the boy but failed to get a clue about his whereabouts. Convents in such matters are extremely tight-lipped and secretive.

Had I succeeded in locating the boy, I would have adopted him. He must have grown up as a Catholic Christian blissfully ignorant of who his father was.'

Coming back to Rajiv Gandhi, we all know now that he changed his so called Parsi religion to become a Catholic to marry Sania Maino of Turin , Italy . Rajiv became Roberto. His daughter's name is Bianca and son's name is Raul. Quite cleverly the same names are presented to the people of India as Priyanka and Rahul.

What is amazing is the extent of our people's ignorance in such matters. The press conference that Rajiv Gandhi gave in London after taking over as Prime minister of India was very informative. In this press conference, Rajiv boasted that he was NOT a Hindu but a Parsi. Mind you, speaking of the Parsi religion, he had no Parsi ancestor at all. His grandmother (father's mother) had turned Muslim after having abandoned the Parsi religion to marry Nawab Khan. 

It is the western press that waged a blitz of misinformation on behalf of Rajiv. From the New York Times to the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post, the big guns raised Rajiv to heaven. The children's encyclopaedias recorded that Rajiv was a qualified Mechanical Engineer from the revered University of Cambridge . No doubt US kids are among the most misinformed in the world today! The reality is that in all three years of his tenure at that University Rajiv had not passed a single exam. He had therefore to leave Cambridge without a certificate.

Sonia too had the same benevolent treatment. She was stated to be a student in Cambridge . Such a description is calculated to mislead Indians. She was a student in Cambridge all right, but not of the University of Cambridge , but of one of those fly by night language schools where foreign students come to learn English. Sonia was working as an 'au pair' girl in Cambridge and trying to learn English at the same time. And surprise of surprises, Rajiv was even cremated as per Vedic rites in full view of India's public. 
This is the Nehru dynasty that India worships and now a foreigner leads a prestigious national party because of just one qualification being married into the Nehru family. Maneka Gandhi, though Indian, herself is being accepted by the non-Congress parties not because she was a former model or an animal lover, but for her links to the Nehru family.

Saying that an Italian (or any foreigner) should not lead India will amount to narrow mindedness, but if Sania Maino (now Sonia) had served India like, say, Mother Teresa or Annie Besant, i.e. in any wayon her own rights, then all Indians should be proud of her just as how proud we are of Mother Teresa. 

Saying that any other party which comes to rule India is better is again equally worse. 

The point is Indians who nominate the people to stand in these elections; and the people who vote their rulers (i.e. the authorities) must know that truth eventually come out some day. Don't allow the famous land of India (our motherland) to be looked down by others.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Krrish 3 public review: The best VFX produced on Indian Soil??

Rating : 4 stars
Cast: Hrithik Roshan, Vivek Oberoi, Kangana Ranaut and Priyanka Chopra
Loo Break: Yes, you can skip all the songs
Whats Good: The best Villian  and VFX possible on Indian soil
Whats bad: Songs are a big minus

Rakesh Roshan pairing with Hrithik as director-actor is unmatchable and every time proved golden atbox office.

‘Krrish’took the story of ‘Koi Mil Gaya’  ahead by establishing India’s first original super-hero.  And you start thinking next what? But here comes ‘Krrish 3’ that adds completely new dimensions to a super-hero film with a powerful villain, stronger emotions and family drama. 
‘Krrish 3’ continues with Hrithik Roshan saving the world in his superhero avatar when super-villain Kaal played by Vivek Oberoi starts destructing the world with a new epidemic. 

Kaal is handicapped but has extraordinary powers. All body below his neck is paralysed. He runs a pharmaceutical company that first creates an epidemic and then creates an antidot for it to earn money from it. He has created  mutants called Maanvars –combination of Maanavs and Jaanwars. Being a superhero, Krrish has to fight these beings with unknown powers but only with the help of his father, Rohit Mehra. 

‘Krrish3’ is the synergy of ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ and ‘Krrish’ and their goodness combined. The screenplay is full of entertainment and emotions throughout. Hrithik Roshan is phenomenal especially as the old father, Rohit Mehra. Hrithik is once again outstanding in a film directed by his father. But Vivek Oberoi as Kaal steals the show. He is the most powerful villian India has ever seen in a movie. His screen presence is just awesome. His facial expressions, dialogue delivery and actions are worth noticing. He is a  powerful villain who can use only two fingers to destroy everything. Kangana looks menacing and Priyanka does complete justice to her role. Amitabh Bachchan introduces the film and Mohnish Bahl as Vivek Oberoi's poster father and Rajpal Yadav in a brief role are fairly good.

Music is a big minus especially ‘God Allah Aur Bhagwan’ but surprisingly other songs are not bad as it seemed on small screen. Though film misses that one big hit song. Editing is crisp and dialogues are fairly good. 

The real winner is director Rakesh Roshan who again proves his command over the superhero genre who only he had the courage to start in 2006 with Krrish. Film has such a fine balance of emotions, action, romance and VFX. And yes, Red Chillies has done tremendous job with VFX.         

Verdict: Watch it for amazing performances, a very good story and a breathtaking climax.
First half is a bit low because it is used in setting up characters though the Aeroplane scene  in first half is worth clapping. It is the second half that is a surprise package. It is a complete VFX show, specially towards the climax, you will be stunned to see that this VFX work is done in India. 
Vivek Oberoi will be noticed by masses as he is the real show stealer and his future is bright after krrish3.
Do not miss this one !!

Source: Box Office Capsule

The All New Nexus 5 is here : FHD panel, OIS, 2GB RAM and much more

The Nexus 5 is finally here. After countless rumors and leaks, Google has finally officially unveiled the new member of the Nexus family and it comes with a 5-inch 1080p display, top-shelf specs and the latest Android 4.4 KitKat. 

Plus, it features an ambitious optical-image stabilized camera that aims to deliver ‘unmatched’ dim light performance.

Design and display

The Nexus 5 looks are not a surprise. The new Nexus is made out of plastic and it's lightweight and thin, boasting a huge vertical Nexus logo on its back and a large camera eye. 

It comes in two colors from the start - you can pick between black and white. Most prominent on the front is the very sharp 5-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. That’s as sharp as flagship smartphones get. The display uses in-cell touch, a fancy name for a technology that integrates the part of the screen that registers touch with the actual LCD. This eliminates reflections and makes the screen much easier to read outdoors.

Under the hood

Under the hood, the Nexus 5 features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 system chip with Adreno 320 graphics and 2GB of RAM. This is the exact same chip that powers the latest cream of the crop smartphones from Samsung, Sony and LG. We have seen the leaked benchmarks earlier and we have no reason to believe it will perform any worse than those flagships.

The handset will be available with 16GB and 32GB of built-in storage. There is no card slot to expand that.


We’re excited to see Google pay special attention to the camera on the Nexus 5. Earlier Nexus phones

featured lackluster cameras, something that Google promises to change with this device. The main camera is an 8-megapixel one with a single LED flash and it features optical image stabilization (OIS) that is said to contribute for the ‘unmatched’ dim light performance of the Nexus 5. Google promises less blur and noise in Nexus 5 images, and we’re eager to put those claims to the test. Interestingly, the new Nexus uses the exact same OIS tech that is found on LG’s latest flagship, the G2, and we found it worked very well there. The handset also features an improved HDR+ mode that captures a series of images and enhances them.

Android 4.4 KitKat

Android 4.4 KitKat makes a debut on the Nexus 5. The new version of Google’s mobile operating system brings huge optimizations to the way memory is utilized and introduces new camera features like ‘auto-awesome’ images and movies, a compilation that the phone automatically creates using what’s on your camera roll. As with every Nexus, this one is expected to be first on the line for new updates as well.


The Nexus 5 comes with a 2300mAh battery. We have definitely seen larger battery packs on similarly sized smartphones, so we don’t expect the Nexus 5 to last more than the average smartphone. One cool feature that the phone has inherited from last year’s Nexus 4 is wireless charging.

Release date, price and carriers

Best of all, the Nexus 5 release date is imminent. The handset is going on sale today online on the Google Play store in United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, U.K., Australia, Korea and Japan. Countries in Europe, Central/South Americas, Asia, CIS and the Middle East will get it in mid-November on other retailers. In the United States, the Nexus 5 will be available on Sprint, T-Mobile, Amazon, Best Buy and RadioShack. It will not be available on Verizon Wireless and question remains open whether AT&T will offer it. 

To buy the phone on Google Play you don’t need to sign a contract and the price starts from $349 for the 16GB Nexus 5.

The phone will be available in INDIA for Rs. 28999/- (16GB) and Rs. 32999/-(32GB) respectively .

Nexus 5 specs

Display4.95-inch Full HD display, 445 ppi
Dimensions137.84 x 69.17 x 8.59 mm (5.42 x 2.72 x 0.34 inches)
Processor2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974)
GPUAdreno 330
Internal Storage16GB or 32GB
Camera8MP auto-focus camera with OIS
Front Camera1.3MP
Sensorsaccelerometer, magnetometer, gyroscope, proximity, light, barometer, orientation
Battery2300mAh with support for wireless charging
OtherMultiple LTE bands - support for Verizon (not confirmed), AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile; Pentaband HSPA+ (works across the globe), NFC, Nexus 7-like design, ceramic physical buttons
Source: Phone Arena