He who fights monsters…

…must take care lest he become a monster. I was misinformed, or I misheard. It’s Ab Tak Chhappan. And I haven’t watched it in its entirety yet.

In 2008, I wrote about Satya and wondered why he was more Nietzschean than Randian. It appears RGV is also a fan of Nietzsche. A quick search will reveal that information. But my sources are a bit different: first, this 1998 article which proves that it isn’t something he picked up a few years ago. And second, the name of the first track on the Satya background score album—“Birth of a Tragedy.”

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