rahulsachinsourav123on 10th Jan 2016, 12:10pm | Permalink
For all those who are commenting about the complex verbiage used, how many words are you guys looking at, in the entire review, 2 or 3 may be? See, it depends on the vocabulary capabilities of readers which may range from too many to too few which is very very subjective. And we can't ask reviewer to come up with a language which is 100% understandable to 100% public. I don't think any of the reviews in this world can meet this demand.
Personally I am great fan of reviews of Josh, Ravi Kandala and Kritika who just don't go about writing reviews like any one else but blends lot of fun, creativity and constructive criticism into their reviews which may call for couple of words here and there which may make us refer to dictionary. I think we should look at this as learning opportunity and get on with it instead of pushing reviewer to alter what they are good at. This is what makes fullhyderabad reviews unique in lot of ways, which we shouldn't tamper with.
For reasons best known to them, enough and more Indian parents (dads in particular) find it complete anathema to vocally or overtly express their love for their children. So you'll have to glean it from the expensive clothes they buy you and the extra time they work so that they can afford those clothes. Or the hearsay from their colleagues on how your dad wouldn't stop talking about your achievements in school, although when you excitedly go show him your trophy, he barely registers a syllable of acknowledgment.
It is this admirably fine point that Nenu... Sailaja sets as its ....