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Comment Policy

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At varnachitram.com we love to hear from you and do get a lot of comments, but a large majority of them don’t get approved for various reasons. Here are some tips to get your comment approved.

  • Please don’t comment in all UPPER CASE. We just delete such comments.
  • No SMS Language please.
  • You might read some review roundups and disagree. You might disagree with some of our articles or other commenters. If you disagree, please explain in a few lines on why you disagree. Most of the tmes one liners are not enough to explain your position.
  • Don’t insult other commentators. Disagree on the content politely.
  • We love humorous comments. Most of the times they get approved.

Exercise to the reader: The following comment did not get approved. Explain why (10 marks)

NOTEBOOK IS A GREAT FILM. ALL SHOULD SEE IT.

5 Comments

  1. Because the comment is in all caps(upper-case)

  2. 10 marks??? Am I expected to write an essay here 😉

    Simple, As far as my understanding of the guidelines go, the comment was rejected due to the following reason(s):
    The comment is in capital letters;
    It is directly/indirectly promoting a film;
    The comment is not really relevant!

  3. The exercise is a rhetorical question. You are not expected to answer!

  4. Maybe the moderator didn’t like the movie? 🙂

  5. ramesh, the moderator has not seen the movie yet.

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