Yesterday we watched "The Namesake", it's a slow movie but really worth to watch. The simplicity of the movie & the message was superb. Sotryline is- Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Jhumpa Lahiri, The Namesake covers three decades in the life of the Ganguli family. After surviving a horrific train crash, Ashoke Ganguli (Irfan Khan) agrees to an arranged marriage with lively singer Ashima (Tabu) in 1977 Calcutta, before relocating to New York to start a family. Years pass and the Gangulis' son Gogol (Kal Penn), named after Ashoke's favourite author, grows into a promising architect, married to a rich American girl (Jacinda Barrett). However, Gogol struggles to come to terms with his Bengali heritage, neglecting his parents and even going so far as to hide his given name from his wife and her family. "The Namesake" is a powerful movie that unhesitatingly focuses on the love, sometimes frayed but always powerful, between parents and children, showing why, in this case, they clash and why they may finally come together.