Utpal Brahma

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Utpal Brahma

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    Location:
    Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, India
    Occupation:
    Engineer
    Religious Beliefs:
    • Hindu
    Political Views:
    • Very Liberal
    Unpredictable! but dependable!!Lifestyle: sometime extravagant and sometime simple. Enjoy long drive in rains; stop by road side dhaba, sipping tea; stop by highway dhabas at night, fine dining & many more so as to make every moment of life memorable. Believe purpose of life is not solely to accumulate wealth but to bring a priceless smile to an underprivileged face :)

    Playing Carom, Cricket, Tennis and Computer Games, Traveling, Listening to Music and Cooking, sketching, Bike, Cars Make Friends The 3 Mistakes of My Life, Revolution 2020, Sultry Days by Shobha De, Through Time Into Healing, Chanakya's Chant, Five Point Someone, One Night @ the Call Center, Professional, Only Love Is Real Rogue Assassin, Ronin, Basic, Bangkok Dangerous, Untraceable, Jhankaar Beats, The Devil's Teardrop, The Bong Connection, The Italian Job, Pearl Harbor, The Tourist, Proof of Life, Schindler's List, Bourne, Mission: Impossible, Chalo Dilli, The Condemned, Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia, The Fugitive, Gladiator (2000), Main, Meri Patni Aur Woh, The Bourne Supremacy, Salt, Predator, Anne Parillaud | La Femme Nikita (1990) Fan Page, Monster (2003), Green Zone, Catch Me If You Can, We Were Soldiers, Blood Diamond, Rush Hour, Joggers Park, First Blood, Chameli, Troy, The Messenger, Pretty Woman, Rush Hour 2, Rush Hour 3, Munich, Black Hawk Down, Sniper Films, The Hurt Locker, I Hate Luv Storys, Chalte Chalte, Metro, Hum Tum, No Man's Land Lata Mangeshkar, Jayanta Hazarika, Kishore Kumar, Kenny G What's gone is lost foreverWhat's in store is mysteryWhat's unfold and strike us is the presentBelieve & live in the present moment.