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Lock the Box: BookChor’s Warehouse Sale

The summer vacation gives students an opportunity to revisit their hobbies and master new ones. Unquestionably, reading happens to be a common interest among many individuals. So what better way to enjoy these hot summer days than to sip on… Continue Reading →

Lights! Camera! Remake!

Remakes of old movies and songs are not a new thing. They have been around for quite a long time now. Not just remakes, apparently, reboots of movies are also a thing now. But first, it is important to define… Continue Reading →

The Honest Truth by Dan Greimenhart – A review

Books.  A simple word which brings a smile to my face. I often get asked – “What do you do in your free time? Do you hang out with friends, watch a movie, or spend time catching up with an… Continue Reading →

Who’s To Blame?

The recent drug raid in Hyderabad, apart from a number of adults and celebs, saw a great number of teenagers getting involved with drugs. Aged between sixteen to nineteen, these youngsters have been facing some serious trouble. Now, there are… Continue Reading →

GOOGLE AREO

Tech giant-Google recently got into food delivery and home services businesses by the launch of their new app named AREO, which is basically a platform to order food from the nearby restaurants or arrange appointments with local electricians, painters, cleaners,… Continue Reading →

A KNIGHT OF THE SEVEN KINGDOMS

The conclusion of the latest season of Game of Thrones has left a void which won’t be filled anytime soon. While many of the fans are biding their time by watching other TV shows, there are plenty out there who… Continue Reading →

The Handmaid’s Tale: A review

Blessed be the fruit. May the Lord open. Offred is a handmaid. She wasn’t a handmaid all her life. Before Gilead, she had a job, a husband, a daughter, a life. It had all started when the president was killed… Continue Reading →

The Ocean At the End Of The Lane: A review

A man, sharply dressed, returns to his hometown for a funeral – and funerals are grim events. This man – our protagonist –  before heading to his sister’s house, attempts to clear his head and prepare himself for the endless,… Continue Reading →

Victorious Viktor

If one were to think that the meaning of life, and the search for it thereof, could be discerned by reflection from print on parchment, one wouldn’t have to look any further than the works of Viktor Frankl. Viktor is… Continue Reading →

Phillauri – A Review

*Spoiler Alert* Anshai Lal’s first directorial adventure, Phillauri is the story of Kanan (Suraj Sharma),  a confused NRI who  returns to India from Canada to marry his childhood friend Anu (Mehreen  Pirzada ).  The twist in the tale is  when… Continue Reading →

Legion: A review

INTRODUCTION   On watching any of the episodes of Legion, one can say right off the bat that it’s unlike any other TV show. It’s weird in the sense that it challenges one’s understanding and perception of modern cinema. It is… Continue Reading →

Review: Fences

INTRODUCTION   The play, Fences, is regarded by many as a full-blown American classic. Hence it was only a matter of time before August Wilson’s iconic play made it to the big screen. Originally produced on Broadway in 1987 with a… Continue Reading →

Hacksaw Ridge

  One of the most intriguing movies of 2016 was Hacksaw Ridge, based on an astoundingly true story about a combat medic who saved 75 men in Okinawa during one of the bloodiest battles of World war ll. For those… Continue Reading →

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