Having settled well in India, physically and emotionally, amidst the Covid pandemic, the routine chaos and the peace of living in an open air quaint society by the foothills of the Sahyadri mountain ranges; the time came to scrutinize the … Continue reading A tale of three Muslim families
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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.
Movie Review: Mardaani 2 is a decent thriller but not at the level of Mardaani or Article 15 Continue reading Movie Review: Mardaani 2 is a decent thriller relevant to the times
While Kolkata celebrated India’s first pink ball day night test match with a lot of enthusiasm and India kept flying high in the World Test Championship table, there are enough doubts to suggest that pink ball day night test cricket in its current form may not be enough to revive test cricket. Continue reading Cricket: Red or Green for Pink ball test cricket?
Dream is not what you see while sleeping. A dream is one, that doesn’t let you sleep. Review of movie Mission Mangal.. Continue reading Movie Review: Mission Mangal keeps the ‘josh’ high
Is Judgementall Hai Kya a good film or is it the Bachchan of Bollywood women, Kangana Ranaut, that makes it worth your time and money? Continue reading Movie Review: Judgementall hai kya is Kangana overdose in a neo-noir thriller
Catastrophe 2019 Ignore the amount of ‘excess cricket; groans you hear from Indian fans across the year; a World Cup exit still remains a catastrophe. For the next three days, social media and mainstream media will erupt with post-mortem analysis, … Continue reading Cricket: Gone in 45 mins, Team India we still love you to bits
Named after the famous detergent, Nirma (a brilliant Mithila Palkar of Little Things fame– a Netflix must watch series), the protagonist in Chopsticks, is a Mandarin speaking tour guide lacking confidence so much that she only gets Dharavi tour assignments. … Continue reading Movie Review: Chopsticks is an engaging flick
Online targeted for a Facebook forward post I posted with a positive intention, I lost my job, dignity and now made permanently unemployable. But that didn’t stop me from staying put and fighting back… Continue reading My daily fight to avoid depression: Part V.. for Valiant