A Day to Life Post- 34!


They say angels are disguised as daughters, which is so true. We all daughters are. Yesterday I went to an angels birthday who turned 6 years old. I remember her as a new born and carrying her in my arms. Time flies so quick, can’t believe that 6 years had passed. After a really long time I was attending a kid’s birthday with a theme which was a jungle theme. The little princess was dressed cutely, there were so many little kids, they had a magic show which was alright. Then few games for the kids and dancing. Well we all danced.
It was nice to attend a kid’s birthday after so long, made me feel like a kid again and reminded me of how I spent my 6th birthday. The memory still feels so fresh. I still remember my birthday being held in one of the city’s best 5 star hotel’s banquet of that time, I am talking about 23years back. It was the finishing of my late father’s first movie, he was a bollywood movie producer and almost all the famous and big movie stars of that time had attended my birthday. It was a huge event, lol. Lot’s of people, food, dancing till late, lots of gifts as well, it was all just amazing. I was the apple of my dad’s eye and will always be. 
Now when I am going back to that time, that age was so much fun to be in. No stress about life, about the world, about work, about people. All we cared was playing, at least I did. Would wait when I will go home from school and change and then go out to play.When I was 6years, my youngest brother was a new born and I always treated him like he’s my own baby. Was very protective about him. Even now I am but the difference is he’s grown and by that I mean in age and height as well, his height is 6 feet. Lol. Me and my other brother who’s a year younger to me would constantly keep fighting and arguing. For every thing there had to be an argument or a fight, which has changed now. Now we don’t fight or argue at all. I guess while growing up it’s a case with every sibling. It’s like a package of growing up. 
Life was so much better and simpler during those days. No mobile phones or internet or computers. I see today’s children they like to play their play stations/xbox or surf the internet and not go out and play. When we were kids, we had a huge group who would go down in the building and play, it could be anything, but that 2 hours of time no one could take it away from us. And today when I see kids in my building, they are either just sitting and talking or chatting on their respective mobiles or some don’t even take the effort of getting out of the house. I think this needs to be changed. 
I wish I could be 6years again, miss those days. But I guess this is life. It goes on, we all grow up, that’s the way all we are made. Don’t have any complaints nor regrets. 🙂

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4 thoughts on “A Day to Life Post- 34!”

  1. Yup Time sure does flies by. As kids, 6 years feels like a long time, now 10 years feels like just yesterday.
    Your father was a Bollywood producer, what’s his name. I don’t recall a producer named Duggal, so must be a different surname. I grew up watching Bollywood films.
    I agree, about sibling rivalry. My sister and I were like, as mum referred to us as, ‘Cats & Dogs’. But she being the younger, she always got away with murder, and I the one that got punished 😦
    Today, we hardly get time to see each other.
    Yes, I agree, today’s kids tend to gossip on their mobiles more and text, or are on facebook, than have fun, what would their future be like I wonder.
    At lease if they did a blog, that would be something creative.

    1. Agreed. Yes, my father was a movie producer. His name is Mr. Mukesh Duggal, he produced movies like Gopi Kishan, Saathi and 6-7 more. If todays teens could blog it would be better, but I wonder what would they blog about. lol.

  2. OK, I chked on IMDB, he made some films in the 1990’s.
    I’ven’t seen a single one of them, Sorry 😦
    I’m more of a fan of the 70’s and early 80’s, The Big B, Hema Malini, Rekha, Shashi Kapoor, Parveen Babi type of Bollywood.
    In the 90’s as a teenager I was more into SRK, Juhi Chawala, Kajol et al.
    Sorry to hear about your father, you must have been quite young when he passed away.

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