I recently had an electric car, which made me jealous. I love it. All the electricity comes from a spark that you put on it for a few hours every day. It’s a light that is just a little bit better, but it’s just as satisfying as anything else.
The real reason I love it is that I can buy it. I don’t have to think about what it costs to operate it, I just put it in my car and forget about it for a couple hours. I can’t go to the bank and ask for a loan because I think it’s a good investment for me.
Is this the first of its kind? If so, the electric car is like the first real car that you could buy and forget about it for a few hours. For the rest of us who are locked into our cars, this is a potential godsend.
I have to admit that I was a bit surprised that the movie is called Ismart Shankar Tamil. It’s a movie like many others of its genre, but unlike most, it’s actually really interesting. The story is about a young boy who lives in India. A couple years after he’s born, his parents go on an adventure while on vacation. They meet a man named Shankar, who is a scientist who is interested in the future of technology and medicine.
Shankar teaches his son the ways of science, but when he grows up he learns that Shankar is a time traveler sent back to the early 1900s by the future. The two have a confrontation, and Shankar kidnaps his son. From there, we cut to a scene of the future where Shankar kidnaps his son, and tells him that he has to go back and save the future.
The scene where Shankar kidnaps his son is one of the best moments in the movie. It’s not just that it’s awesome to see Shankar’s back story finally being revealed, but it’s also a really big deal because it puts Shankar’s time travel into a really interesting context. He’s sent back to the 1800s and he’s not just a doctor or a scientist, but he’s also a time traveler.
As a time traveler, Shankars time travel ability is limited by his ability to travel back in time and fix what happens in the past. In other words, if something bad happens in the past, Shankar has no control over what happens in his future. This means that he can’t bring the future back by reversing time or going forward in time. In the same way, if something bad happens in the present, Shankar has no control over the future.
So in order for our hero to bring the future back by reversing time, he would be stuck in the past. But what if he could go back and fix what happened in the past? With shankar, the future is fixed by the present. That’s the key to this whole plan. If the past was fixed, then Shankar would have no control over the future. If the future is fixed, then the past will be fixed.
It’s easy to assume that the past is fixed because it doesn’t matter. But the reality is that the past is fixed because it does matter. In life things that matter in the past don’t matter in the present. The past is fixed because we don’t have to look back on it. But in shankar, we have to look back in order for the past to be fixed.