For the love of Don! – A play review

It was an evening like any other. Watching a play with my parents was almost a bi-monthly routine for me. As I walked through the cobbled path of AOFA, I was thinking of many things, but nowhere in my mind did I have a thought that represented the magic that I saw on stage that…

BIOSCOPEWALA – an emotion!

DISCLAIMER: ALL OPINIONS ARE SOLELY MINE AND ARE NOT INFLUENCED OR SPONSORED BY ANY INDIVIDUAL, COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION. Yesterday I was invited for a special screening of Bioscopewala by a friend of mine, Neel. Here’s what I thought of it: IMDB describes Bioscopewala’s plot as: “A woman meets her dead father’s old friend, who was…

Book Review: A Fragile Thread Of Hope by Pankaj Giri

It is after a long time that I picked up a book by an Indian author. Thank the universe that conspired to bring me to this book and Pankaj, a wonderful person! I can not wait to hold the words back until the end of the post, I loved the book! The Story:  “In the autumn…

The Punch Escrow by Tal M. Klein: Book Review

An extremely compassionate novel, “Punch Escrow” deals with a plausible future. In the recent times, many such books and T.V. series have become really popular. One of my personal favourites is “Netflix’s Black Mirror”(If you have not watched it yet, you definitely should). This book starts off on a very positive note, in an idealistic utopian future world…

5 TV Shows That You Should Watch (Instead O f GoT S7)

DISCLAIMER: I AM GOING TO WATCH GAME OF THRONES SEASON 7! With Game Of Thrones being one of my favourite book series (A Song Of Ice and Fire) and T.V. show it is really disappointing to know that the show is no more dependent on the books by George R. R. Martin. Even though throughout…

What Light by Jay Asher: Book Review

In WHAT LIGHT, Sierra’s family makes their annual and perhaps final trip to their California Christmas tree lot from their tree farm in Oregon. She has to say goodbye to her close friends but looks forward to spending a month with her California bestie and to the fun and bustle of the tree lot. She…

FLAWED by Cecelia Ahern – Book Review

I picked up the book out of mere curiosity, just liked the title. When I saw the byline say Cecelia Ahern, I knew I had signed up for something good. The protagonist of the story, Celestine North lives a perfect life. She’s a model’s daughter and sister, she’s well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and…

13 Reasons Why I liked 13 Reasons Why

One of the many reasons I recently got a Netflix membership is because I wanted to watch this show that everyone, literally everyone, was talking about: “13 Reasons Why”. I will not be lying when I say that I was utterly devastated after finishing episode 13 and it took me a quite a while to…

Fantastic Beasts Screenplay Book Review

I ultimately finished reading the “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – Official Screenplay” by none other than J.K.Rowling, of course. I really thought about not reviewing the book as it would technically be a movie review, but then, I changed my mind…so yeah! The book was extremely well written especially considering that this…