Love Guru Dual Audio REPACK Full Movie
By Aaron WallaceMike Myers came up with the idea for The Love Guru at the same time that he developed Austin Powers. Indeed, the titular Guru Pitka resembles Powers in his inanity and flair for innuendo, a similarity that the marketing made a point of emphasizing. The idea is that Guru Pitka would soon join Wayne Campbell, Shrek, and the International Man of Mystery himself in the uppermost echelon of Myers' repertoire. As it turns out, he should have gone with Austin Powers 4 instead.Guru Pitka is a self-help star who dreams of one day appearing on "The Oprah Winfrey Show". He sees a chance for that to happen when his services are enlisted by Jane Bullard (Jessica Alba), the owner of a professional hockey team whose key player, Darren Roanoke (Romany Malco), is struggling with an unfaithful wife (Meagan Good) who has left him for rival star Jacques Grande (Justin Timberlake). Pitka takes an even greater interest in Bullard herself, who he hopes can help him unlock the chastity belt that was imposed upon him at a young age by his mentor, Guru Tugginmypudha (Ben Kingsley). Such a ridiculous premise hopefully means that you don't need to read any further to know that this movie is awful. But just in case you do -- this movie is awful. Broad humor, dirty jokes, bad acting, and unwarrantedly heavy accents are the order of the day. Add to that a barely-there story and an unyielding obsession with the penis and it's tough to find any appeal. Sure, I laughed. I couldn't tell you what they were now, but a small handful of moments coaxed a light chuckle out of me. But far more often, I was taken aback -- taken aback by the willingness to hump an elephant without apology, by character names like "Le Coq" and "Cherkov", and by the fact that such a plebeian script somehow attracted an A-list cast. Certainly, this represents a career low for Ben Kingsley. Even Justin Timberlake has kept himself in more respectable roles.The Love Guru subscribes to the belief that even the most baseline humor will find an audience with the world's most unsophisticated moviegoers (or, as the case might be here, young teens finding their first trip to a PG-13 flick). Turns out that Mike Myers, first-time director Marco Schnabel, and the folks at Paramount undervalued the public -- the movie lost money in the tens of millions, with a worldwide gross under $40 million. Paramount recently released The Love Guru both in single-disc and double-disc DVD editions and in a double-disc Digital Copy Special Edition Blu-ray. The latter is the subject of this review.
Love Guru dual audio full movie
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Swami: We are not lost, only you are lost. You keep on questioning. There is no end to it. Start practicing the principles which are laid down by those who have practiced it, the gurus of our land who really lived it, preached it by their own experiments, experience and their revelations. Just live that life for one or two years, with that restraint of your mind. Have the love relationship with the Divine of any form or the formless for that matter-you'll invariably find your attitude to life is changing. You will get answers to many questions troubling you now.
Swami: Work in the villages of India would gradually give them the insight that the truth is not what the material world offers. Gradually, as they are more exposed to natural, spontaneous and eternal truths, I'm sure they'll be attracted towards the whole concept of renunciation. They will be able to identify their own spirit with every other spirit around them and they will be radiating that love from within.
"The greatest yogi I ever met, His spiritual stature is beyond human comprehension." was one epitaph given to Baba Lokenatha born in 1730 to a brahmin family in the village of Chakla, a few miles from Calcutta. His father wanted one child to become a renunciate to liberate the family. At age 11 Lokenath left home with Master Bhagawan Ganguly. Taking up residence at Kalighat Temple and then in the forests to live with his master, he practised the ashtanga yoga of Patanjali along with the most difficult Hatha Yoga for about 25 years in a life of total surrender and service to his Guru. Then Baba Lokenath, completely naked, went to the Himalayas and remained absorbed in deep meditation and samadhi for 50 years. He said: "Snow would cover my body and melt of its own accord, when, for days, I was lost in Self-consciousness beyond the plane of the body." At the age of 90 he experienced the ultimate, non-dual Self-Realization. Then he traveled extensively on foot, throughout Afghanistan, Persia, Arabia and Israel, making three pilgrimages to Mecca. He came to the small town Baradi near the mouth of the Ganges at the age of 136. A wealthy family built a small hermitage which became his ashram. There, after 125 years of sadhana and tapas as a naked sadhu, he put on a sacred thread, donned the sannyasin's saffron robes and finished out his life showering divine wisdom and miracles on all who came. Over seven feet tall with little flesh, he had "divinized" his body, never slept and never closed his eyes or even blinked. If cut, some thick fluid other than blood was seen to come from the wound. He had the most awesome spiritual powers that expressed themselves in divine compassion to help and heal. His mere willing seemed to manifest across time and space. Great saints and swamis bowed to him. He said, before death: "I am eternal, I am deathless. After this body falls, do not think that everything will come to an end. I will live in the hearts of all living beings in my subtle astral form. Whoever will seek my refuge, will always receive my grace." Seated in his usual gomukh asana, fully conscious in samadhi with his eyes open, at an hour he had previously chosen, he left his physical body at the age of 160 under bright sun in the bright fortnight on the 19th day of the month of Jyeshta, when the sun was in its northern passage, 1890.