Taylor Swift won Sunday night´s top honor, giving her a leading four trophies as fans celebrated the women of pop music 2013.
Swift did not perform, but she was a constant presence on stage and the
camera alighted on her as she danced to stars like Kendrick Lamar and
Luke Bryan. Her win came after Katy Perry dazzled with her show-opening
performance, Lady Gaga found another inventive way to grab your
attention, Rihanna starred with her mother and Miley Cyrus closed the
performances with the assistance of a giant lip-syncing CGI kitty on her
song "Wrecking Ball."
Seeing the superstar out there makes you feel like you are in a movie
hall. You resist the urge to whistle, as you normally would at Hamal’s
entry on screen, because you are warned not to make any noise.
It looks like an open and shut case, but the defense council will have
none of it. He’s determined to argue the case, occasionally making silly
arguments that seem to go nowhere. “The earth is moving around the sun
all the time. You don’t see it, does that mean it doesn’t happen?” he
asks a witness who claims that what he sees is always true. Meanwhile,
his use of complicated Nepali words, like “Gupta Sanket” for password,
irritates people no less. But when it comes to sensitive matters, it is
he who has to insist that the witness say in Nepali what “potty” means.
Director has once again done a commendable job by presenting a
powerful, universal story. Defense Council Bikash enacted by Subas
Thapa wins the audience’s heart with his witty one-liners, and screen
veterans Karma, Deeya Maskey, and Rajesh Hamal are a surprise package.