​The Great Indian Elections’ ‘New-turn’! 

"Jab Tak Kuch Nahi Badloge Na Dost, Kuch Nahi Badlega!"  utters the supremely talent Rajkumar Rao in the opening frames of the black-comedy satire flick, Newton. Inspired by the Oscar news and uninspiring evening blues on a Monday, we headed for the indie that takes head-on, the amazing spectacle, that the Indian Elections are!  "Are... Continue Reading →

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Something Like Love… 

Read the 1st Chapter here! And the second chapter! Chapter 3 Trail of the lights was endless, that reflected on a recently cleaned floor of the hallway. On the other side of it was a closed door that concealed many questions that were left unanswered. The night inched closer to midnight as the city was... Continue Reading →

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Something Like Love…

Read Chapter 1 Here : http://wp.me/p6H2yP-22 Chapter 2 The wind blew now! And along with it gathered some dust. The trees on the adjoining edge of the smaller avenue that ran parallel to the main expressway shook their foliage which were hardly seen in the darkness that was slowly falling over the horizon. The cars and... Continue Reading →

Something Like Love…

Chapter 1 This is the first in the string of the blog-series that I had long stagnating in my text editor on my cell! I hope the readers like, what is probably my first venture into the world of fiction and would love to hear any views that come through the many minds I have... Continue Reading →

The Day I Had Free Food! 

The day was Thursday, and the day was 'practical'ly full! The morning was spent amidst the horrors of confusion of "how exactly is this relevant" when a early practical session went by. Then we headed on to a lecture that was squeezed in between the two pracs of the day quite strategically which saw many... Continue Reading →

The Lyrics Of Love

“And it's dark in a cold December, but I've got you to keep me warm If you're broken I will mend ya and keep you sheltered from the storm that's raging on, now” so goes Ed Sheeran in a pacy line from his hit number Lego House. On a rainy day in a surprisingly sparsely... Continue Reading →

CAUGHT IN THE ACT!

It were early days of June. I could hear the rain banging over the eaves while I was waiting for a call in the balcony. Now the location of balcony,if not for the resplendent view, serves two purposes-It gives network for calls, thus less of repeated “Hellos” and more of a conversation, secondly one gets... Continue Reading →

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