Movie Review: Nayuttu is reflection of the merciless and brain-fade times we live in

Nayattu (The Hunt), currently screening on Netflix globally, is an exceptional movie from the Malayalam high-quality cinema factory. The two-hour flick is a hard-hitting reflection of the current world we live in, where truth or data doesn’t matter. What matters is … Continue reading Movie Review: Nayuttu is reflection of the merciless and brain-fade times we live in

Amazon Series: Hard hitting Paatal Lok paints an unbalanced, hellish India picture

Paatal Lok is a Amazon Prime Video’s answer to Netflix’s Sacred Games. Over nine episodes it unfolds an investigation of an arrested gang of four, accused of attempting to murder a high pitched TV Anchor. It releases, hot on the … Continue reading Amazon Series: Hard hitting Paatal Lok paints an unbalanced, hellish India picture

Covid 2019: India should impose this 15 step partial lock down by 4 May

Once the corona dust has settled, the value of India as a safer destination to open offices will increase; the employability of Indians will increase; America and some of the leading western nations, who are losing lives in thousands, will be seething in anger at anything Chinese. India must strike, now that the iron has got real hot. Such an opportunity may not come soon again.

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Movie Review: Article 15 is a tale to hang our heads in shame

Its the year 2019 and India still talks about ‘them minority Muslims’, ‘those oppressed Dalits’, mob lynching over cows, women scared to venture out after sunset in small towns and villages, force to say Vande Mataram, force people to say … Continue reading Movie Review: Article 15 is a tale to hang our heads in shame