Category: Reviews

Movie Review – Gulabo Sitabo

The value of money is subject to change varying from person to person. Set in the City of Nawabs, Gulabo Sitabo revolves around the monotonous yet mirthful life brimming in a mansion...

Book Review : The Namesake

Standing by the lighthouse, surrounded by the picturesque ocean waves, at one point in the book, father (Ashoke) asks his son (Gogol), “Will you remember this day Gogol?” to which the naive...

Book Review : Orwell’s 1984

When Orwell wrote the ‘1984’- a dystopian novel in the year 1949, the critics started questioning whether such a status quo would ever come into existence. Orwell passed away in...

Her Side of The Story : Actresses Wearing The Producer Hat

Gone are the days when the idea of the shelf life of an actress was preached.  Women of the entertainment industry through their sheer passion and love for storytelling are busting this...

Movie Review : What Are the Odds?

For a film whose name invokes so much curiosity, the result was, in one word, disappointing. Ideally, towards the end, I should have been praising this coming-of-age story. Instead, I was left...

Movie Review : The Half of It

This is probably the first film that I am writing a short review for. I  do not believe that I am as passionate as some of my contemporaries when it comes to...

Sensational Web of Lies : Black Widow by Christopher Brookmyre

‘Black Widow’, the seventh book in the 'Jack Parlabane' series is a psychological thriller that has been delivered beautifully by the exceptional award-winning Scottish crime author, Christopher Brookmyre. The book sings of...

Hindi Movies You Need To Watch To Know How Feminism Is Done Right

Strong female characters who can make the world listen to their demands and needs are nothing but a rare find in Bollywood movies. More often than not, female characters in Hindi cinema...

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Court allows accused to appear for the Open Book Examinations (OBEs)

A 22-year-old student of Delhi University (DU) has been allowed, by a Delhi court to take the Open Book Examinations (OBEs). The decision came...

Student activists arrested for protesting at Arts Faculty, DU

Six student activists were booked on Wednesday for unlawfully protesting at the Faculty of Arts, Delhi University (DU). The activists arrested are from the...

INDEPENDENCE DAY : Singing the Unsung Heroes

India’s independence has been a struggle throughout. From beginning to today, when we complete 74 years of “Independent India” it has been an overwhelming...