Fake News and Biased Journalism are both undeniable truths of these troubled times we live in. Haven't we all complained after getting a migraine from the incessant screaming that takes place on the 9pm news on TV? As a centrist, I often find myself at odds with both the Left and the Right depending on... Continue Reading →
The aspect that I’ve come to love and appreciate the most has been the ability of the hosts to make critical, even scathing, commentary on the state of their nation, of-course wrapped in a healthy serving of jokes!
The last time I was denied tickets at the counter was Ghajini, over a decade ago! This time around I imagine I would be welcomed with open arms (what is the equivalent of a flying kiss for a hug, I wonder?)
Bulbbul is a fairy tale, on the slightly scarier, supernatural side. I’d be disappointed if I expected a “horror” movie, it isn’t one and shouldn’t be mistaken as one either.
Those were simpler times, innocent too. Social Media wasn’t as pervasive & all-consuming like it is today. And they were truly “Stars”- Distant, Elusive, Awe-inspiring, Aspirational.
Keeping alive our glorious tradition of crowning an industrious and gifted student every month, we’re extremely elated to announce that Anwesha Ahuja has been bestowed with the regal title of “Ballerina of the Month for January 2019”.
Here's a profile of Mira, a young Dutch-Indian ballerina, whose crowned Ballerina of the Month for October 2018.
The 3 hours I spend a month trying to tell a young person's story is one of the quiet highlights of that month.
I was tensed the whole day. At 4.45 pm I gave in to the temptations and opened the Bookmyshow app on my phone and when through the usual familiar steps to swiftly book a ticket for Karwaan. BMS has been on my phone since I bought the phone, it is sacred. I've installed and deleted... Continue Reading →