Bloggers sure have made life easier for journalists. So if you were a journalist and had to write a piece on the mixed reaction Ghajini is receiving, gone are the days you actually had to get out of your office and talk to people. Now you can just look around the internet and see what some random idiot has to say about the issue and just quote him. An excerpt from this article in Mid-Day follows :
This blogger named Deepak seems to have a taken a middle-path saying “it is not a great movie, but it is not a bad movie.”
According to him, Aamir Khan does justice to his role and Asin was probably better in the Tamil version, but doesn’t give any reason to complain in the Hindi version too.” He, however, complains about A R Rahman’s music which “seemed uninspired.”
I believe my words were :
The background music by A.R. Rahman surprised me as it seemed uninspired !
The least someone can do is quote correctly, but looks like we have to give them the benefit of doubt as this is still a relatively new form of expression.