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Saylee Bhide

Joy

Remember those times, well which recur a bit too often during the pivotal years of your academic life where you are just waiting for your motivational gears to start running and you dream of spinning something beautiful, magical worth a… Continue Reading →

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Call him Gustav: A story

Gustav Garcia, an Italian artist and a pioneer of mixed medium art sat pensively reclining in his rustic arm chair reading an article about himself in the newspaper. The unusual glow that veneered his face was a testimony to his… Continue Reading →

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Bali

After months of following a stringent schedule involving tedious assignments, brain racking projects and enervating examinations, I think one should have the chance to free oneself from the shackles of this mental chaos. I galloped at the sight of this… Continue Reading →

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Phantom

Set in the backdrop of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, an attack which left the nation crippled and helpless in the hands of barbarians like David Headley, Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi, Ajmal Kasab, Ansari – Phantom not only manages to… Continue Reading →

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Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Bajrangi Bhaijan is what comes out when the script of “Dabang” or “Wanted” go to Haridwar and takes a dip in the holy river of Ganges. What comes to your mind first when you think of a Salman Khan movie?… Continue Reading →

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A story with Jeffery Archer

On the 5th of March, Nithya and I had the opportunity to be seated in the same hall as Jeffrey Archer “the master storyteller”. He was on a  five-day tour to India as a part of his promotional campaign for “Mightier than the… Continue Reading →

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Short Film Festival

A short film festival in contrast to the regular film festivals, piles on the idea of the acronym “KISS” which stands for “keep it short and simple”. Myth has it that making a short film is easier than making a… Continue Reading →

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The Grand Budapest Hotel Review

The Grand Budapest Hotel is indeed, a generous masterpiece delivered by Wes Anderson, and rendered by the brilliant Ralph Fiennes and Tony Revolori.The script of this movie carefully plays with the passive and impassive tones, adding the narration and its… Continue Reading →

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OF MICE AND MEN

Ok, let me put it this way! I consider myself lucky to read this book –  “Of Mice and Men” a notable work of John Steinbeck, a Noble Prize winner. Published in the year 1937, the book is one of… Continue Reading →

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P.K – All or None?

PK (not an acronym!) is an alien who is robbed of his remote controller and so he sets out on a journey to retrieve his lost possession. The way he evolves throughout the journey forms the story-line of PK.  … Continue Reading →

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Interstellar

My take on Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece.

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Roman Holiday

William Wyler’s 1953 classic “The Roman holiday”comes as a pleasant delight for people who have a fetish for rom-com movies. Roman holiday exudes an adorable romance between a princess (Audrey Hepburn) and a press correspondent Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck) in… Continue Reading →

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Haider’s Chutzpah!

“Dil ki agar sunu toh tu hai… Dimag ki sunu toh tu hai nahi” My travesty to call “Haider” a meagre adaptation of an “abridged” version of Shakespeare’s Hamlet may not appeal to many people out there! But yes, if… Continue Reading →

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