They took it to his native place. Or in this case, a Proustian banana chip. I had heard rumours that the man had committed suicide, but Harriet was showing no signs if she knew about it. She had moved on to asking if I was afraid of dogs. Her dog had gone to watch the cultural programmes the previous day. No, ha ha, just teasing. The sambhar had come and gone, and now we were gesturing in a Mexican wave for rasam.
And more kootu curry. And maybe a bit more rice.
Look at that aunty, Harriet said. Which one? I tried to look without encountering the gaze of the aunty in the row facing us. The one with the red blouse. She also made payasam in the payasam competition. It was too bitter.
You went to the payasam competition, I asked with astonishment. From what I heard, the payasam competition was pretty serious and last year, one of the professional cooks in the neighbourhood had entered and vanquished everyone else. I only got 12 out of But I wanted to make it anyway. I made date payasam. Then she pointed out the aunty who was too sweet. She or the payasam? Harriet giggled. The payasam.
She too, Harriet considered. She gave me some of her payasam. Do you bake, aunty? Not really, I said.
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Perhaps because of that cardio effort, I told Harriet the truth. How long have you been baking, Harriet? Since she was seven.
Then she told me about the chechi elder sister who could do everything who had won the payasam contest. How old was said chechi? Same as my brother. I should eat faster, I need to take pictures of the sadya , she said and patted her bag. She can also paint. She has only one arm, said Harriet. The chechi who won.
She is very talented, Harriet said, while making sure we got our full share of the two payasams. And one papadam in between. Big data can support a wide range of medical services but patient privacy is a concern. A handshake here, a high-five there, amazing energy boosters! Air pollution kills.
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One character is revealed to be addicted to some kind of drug when track marks are shown on their arm. They are later seen to be suffering the effects of withdrawal and then desperately reach for drugs when they are offered. It is definitely a movie for adults and even then may not appeal to many. It lacks the usual Jackie Chan charm and in fact is mostly much more serious than you would expect. In terms of content, this movie should be appropriate for kids aged 8 and over, however we would not recommend it for anyone under 12 as it is unlikely to appeal to anyone younger.
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