Short Stories Series (Classy v/s Sassy – Part 1)

Clink. The pricey champagne splashed out of the Tiffany champagne flute glass which now lay disintegrated into tiny pieces all over the exorbitant silk carpet Deena rested her heels on. Her deliriously flawless posture was clearly shaken by the gentleman she spotted entering her party a few seconds ago. “I think the AC’s too breezy….

Short Stories Series (What are the odds! – Part2)

1AM, Kapil’s Apartment Kapil was snoring away to glory on his newly bought mattress. He was having a stressful week at work and an equally stressful time after. His best friend was upset and he could seldom help him in sorting out his messed up life. The only “me-time” he had was in his apartment where…

Short Stories Series (What are the odds! – Part1)

It was a humid afternoon for Mrs. Verma, she wanted to go out on the terrace of her two bedroom apartment for her usual afternoon scrutiny of the neighbourhood hoping to pick up on some gossip but she thought the better of her plan and instead turned on the cooler and decided to catch up…

Padmaavat

Movie: Padmaavat  Category: New Age Indian Film Industry Cast: Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor, Ranveer Singh Director: Sanjay Leela Bhansali (SLB) Music: Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Sanchit Balhara (score) Every generation of movie going audience is blessed with an epic visionary film-maker and I can safely say SLB has been matching up to this honour with most…

Aruvi

Movie: Aruvi (English: Waterfall) Category: New Age Indian Film Industry Cast: Aditi Balan, Lakshmi Gopalaswamy Director: Arun Prabu Purushothaman Music: Bindhu Malini, Vedanth Bharadwaj Before we get to reviewing this movie, I have to make a few confessions for you as a reader to understand my take on this one. A – I am unfamiliar with the language Tamil…

Short Stories Series (Poles Apart – Part 2)

Sarah felt the unusual silence in her afternoon session quiet disturbing. The children at the Cancer Peace Foundation looked starkly distracted since morning. Sarah had been working at the Foundation as a Counselor from almost six months now and she could not recall a single day in her tenure when their beloved founder member had not…

Short Stories Series (Poles Apart – Part1)

Opposites attract. They definitely do. Aryan and Preeti were testimonial proof for this assertion. They had absolutely nothing similar, not even common liking for any particular food. But yet, they were inseparable throughout studying in medicine in College. Everyone around them conjectured this pair was made for each other, the forever together conclusions never stopped…

The unique fly!

The burst of colors you see, how pleasant does it seem to thee! Each one has it’s own design, screaming uniqueness through the art so fine! Fluttering and quivering around scented flowers, savoring and relishing their nectar with all power! Astonishing is their journey, from a boring cocoon to a vivid ferny!

The Bixby curse!

Samsung has stunned the Artificial Intelligence market with its latest new offering “Bixby” but it sure has left some sourness in people like me whose spouse is addicted to this curse. Ever since Samsung’s flagship device has entered the household, the better half is completely addicted to it. Not that I am surprised, I wouldn’t…

Spring!

Spring’s here reminding you of how seasons change, no matter how intense the cold may be, warmth always overtakes.. Leaves wither awaiting gravity to consume themselves, a sudden stroke of unanticipated sunlight ensures they stay safely on their shelves.. Worms wriggle within the soil hibernating in unending peace, the first wake of early bright and they…

Rakhi

A thread so pure your heart knows for sure.. This bond is everlasting, there is absolutely no flabergasting! He’s naughty and naive, he’s rolled annoyance up his sleeve.. Despite all the facade, he’ll never fail in leaving you awed! A brother, a friend rolled all up in one, a combination so lethal he can definitely…

Beware, Gap ahead!

Scooting through those adolescent high-school years, how often have each of us come across the term “Generation Gap“. If you haven’t, then clearly you have grown up in a totally different world from mine and definitely not in India for sure. Aunties raising eyebrows if your skirt were a couple of inches above your knee…