Was Gunda planned as a Trash movie?

There is a lot to read and talk about the 1998 Bollywood movie Gunda.
General perception is that it’s so bad it’s good.

The movie holds a rating of 8.2 on IMDB and holds a cult status.

I want to know whether it was really planned this way or is it a case like Troll 2?

I remember watching Best Worst Movie, where the director was actually surprised that his movie was so poorly received.

So in this context what’s the deal with Gunda?

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Can anyone help me out writing a time bomb virus that executes a file on the pre planned date and time.?

Can anyone help me out writing a time bomb virus that executes a file on the pre planned date and time.

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God planned and created everything, so how can we have free will? [on hold]

I’ve read similar questions and answers, but none of them really answers my specific question:

When God created the universe, everthing was created by His plan. Everything was good, as planned. Everything worked as He had planned (before the Fall). How is then logically possible to have free will that is not controlled by God’s plan?

God created every atom and controls every atom. It must be so that He can keep the universe running. That also means that he controls all our cells and every living cell in the earth. He knows both our genes and environment, two things that controls our life and decisions. He knows therefore our every thought and action. But not only that: He created eveything according to His plan, so everything must be deterministic and we have no free will, or can we?

I have studied the relevant Bible verses and they don’t help because this is more like intellectual problem: How can God create the universe and not be able to control it completely so that we have free will?

The only solution I can think of is that our mind is more than just result of genes and environment. There must be something in our soul that is beyond this material world and that spiritual part of our mind is not controlled by God. But still saying “God created us free will that He can’t control” feels like ”Can God create stone heavy enough that He can’t lift it?”, so I don’t have comfortable enough answer for myself.

Edit: Trying to rephrase my question: When God created the universe, He knew it exactly by every atom. So everything worked as he planned. Even if He didn’t want to control the created universe any more, it was still behaving as He planned. So how is it possible for God to stop universe behaving in a way that He didn’t plan? See the dog example in the answer section.

Yet another rephrase: When God had just created the universe, He knew it exactly – there was nothing random or caused by other will than God’s will. The cause for everything was God directly. Then one millisecond after creation everything still was exactly and directly caused by God’s plan. And as time goes by, each previous moment is exactly controlled and caused by God’s creation and because God knows what happens next, the next moment is also caused by God’s will only. There must be a logical flaw in this thinking, but I don’t know what it is.

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God planned and created everything, so how can we have free will?

I’ve read similar questions and answers, but none of them really answers my specific question:

When God created the universe, everthing was created by His plan. Everything was good, as planned. Everything worked as He had planned (before the Fall). How is then logically possible to have free will that is not controlled by God’s plan?

God created every atom and controls every atom. It must be so that He can keep the universe running. That also means that he controls all our cells and every living cell in the earth. He knows both our genes and environment, two things that controls our life and decisions. He knows therefore our every thought and action. But not only that: He created eveything according to His plan, so everything must be deterministic and we have no free will, or can we?

I have studied the relevant Bible verses and they don’t help because this is more like intellectual problem: How can God create the universe and not be able to control it completely so that we have free will?

The only solution I can think of is that our mind is more than just result of genes and environment. There must be something in our soul that is beyond this material world and that spiritual part of our mind is not controlled by God. But still saying “God created us free will that He can’t control” feels like ”Can God create stone heavy enough that He can’t lift it?”, so I don’t have comfortable enough answer for myself.

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How can I plan a TPK finale that doesn’t look planned?

A campaign I was GMing in the past abruptly stopped because of stuff IRL, with characters trapped in a tower in the center of a city that is being destroyed by a huge demon. When the group gets back together, I want to make a side-campaign about warriors of a neighbouring empire rushing to save what is left of the city. In the end, I want players to save their characters from the main campaign and die, reclaiming control over them.

My question is: how do I make a finale to score a TPK, whilst making it look like the TPK wasn’t planned?

The setting is a dieselpunk-ish city, magical crystal and light-magic based empire. Invasion of empire’s dragoons to save their neighbours from army of darkness that emerged from within.

System: homebrewed tactical role-playing war game (think XCOM) based on FUDGE.

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In India, for income tax can we declare HRA and loss from house property if both are in same city and registration is planned for mid of year

In India, for income tax, can I declare HRA and loss from house property if both are in same city and registration is planned for mid of financial year.

I have searched this query but haven’t got any clear idea.
Please suggest

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Why recruitment agents keep asking if I have any other interviews planned [duplicate]

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I recently started looking for my next move, not all but most recruitment agents ask if I have any interviews lined up.

I don’t understand why they ask and how it’s relevant to them ?

When I ask them why they want to know, I get a very confusing answer e.g. they need to prioritize there timeline with there clients, which makes no sense ?

Am I losing something by not disclosing such information and am I gaining anything by telling them about this ?

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Question: Agree or disagree: sometimes things don’t go as planned because bad things happen?

Question: Agree or disagree: sometimes things don’t go as planned because bad things happen?

Question: Agree or disagree: sometimes things don’t go as planned because bad things happen?

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Rob spent 25% more time on his research project than he had planned. He spent an extra h hours on the project.Khan Academy

An expression that represents the number of hours Rob actually spent on the project is :

$(h/(25$%))$
(100$%$)$

I don’t understand why the h is divided by the 25%

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Question: Survey: What do you think about the plot of the book I’ve just planned to write?

Question: Survey: What do you think about the plot of the book I’ve just planned to write?



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