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Andhadhun-Did you see it?

Mystery. A genre of storytelling from times forgotten. Everyone enjoys a good suspense/thriller. Be it the element of surprise, or shock in many cases, or the euphoric feeling of being right about the killer from the very beginning. It’s all… Continue Reading →

Red Brick Café

You ever have one of those days? Where you are just tired of your regular restaurants and want to go find something new. I had one of those a while ago and I scoured zomato for about an hour before I… Continue Reading →

Fiction Vs Fanfiction

“As he holds you in his arms and looks at you like you hold all the secrets of the universe, you get lost in his dark dreamy eyes as the world around you disappears.” Too fake? Unrealistic? No one you… Continue Reading →

We Need the ‘REAL’ in Reality

Indian Television is legendary. I have completed twelve years of schooling, two years of intermediate and almost three years of engineering. Things have changed drastically; technology can now be controlled by voice, we have bots to order food for us,… Continue Reading →

’twas a ‘Ruff’ Day

Scout, the German Shepherd and Tyson, the Golden Retriever-two dogs, two best friends, two goofy guys who spend all day pulling off shenanigans and laughing at their owners who have no idea what they’re up to. It was a normal… Continue Reading →

Tuning In

“You are listening to All India Radio Hyderabad-B, broadcasting on 1377 kHz corresponding to 217.8 meters medium wave. This is Mahathi Sharma wishing you a very Good morning. Now the time in our studio is 4 minutes past 7 and… Continue Reading →

A Child’s Play

It was a cloudy Monday evening, when I dragged myself back from college, my face buried in the grey screen of my phone. I found an unoccupied chair in the park and tried to make myself comfortable amidst the Monday… Continue Reading →

Editorial- September 2018

To address the elephant in the room, one needs to first know what the elephant looks like. And the elephant in this edition, is Masculism. Masculism refers to the political, cultural and economic movements that advocate for the rights, equality… Continue Reading →

Narayan’s Nara

I live in a house bounded by four walls. Inside of whom, exist my ideas and expressions, and outside them, there are laws and rules different from what I follow inside. Precisely, within these walls lie culture: Sanskruti (my establishment)… Continue Reading →

Atal Bihari Vajpayee-The Legend

Atal Bihari Vajpayee – a name that needs no introduction. A name that resonates with power. A name that plays an important role in making what India is today.  He served India thrice as a Prime Minister and was later appointed… Continue Reading →

Pink and Masculinity

In this beautiful world of ours, eyes are often considered to be the gateways to the soul and pathways to the heart. The magnificence of this world is visualized through the magic of colors. Each color is associated with significance… Continue Reading →

Real Men Don’t

When a guy heads for the loo, he does so with a single purpose. Girls on the other hand, conduct gatherings, gossip sessions and exchange phone numbers. They enter as strangers and leave as best friends. Men and women are… Continue Reading →

Kerala – Submerged In Floods

The popular tourist place known for its landscapes and backwaters is now submerged in floods. The monsoon this year came with a curse to the Keralites. Constant heavy rainfalls throughout the months of July and August caused severe floods in… Continue Reading →

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