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Shakuntala Devi Review: A prodigy caught in family obligations

Set through her daughter Anupama’s memories, Shakuntala Devi not only portrays a contrast of characters but also the vivid relationships that mothers and daughters share. Apart from being a genius, the movie...

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 : Jumanji – The Next Level

Drum rolls and the sky smoulders as Director Jake Kasdan’s Jumanji: The Next Level hits the theatres again. It is back with the Same gang, new adventure and a lot more in store....

Shazam! – DC’s Third Masterpiece Since Justice League!

It takes a highly skilled amount of balance between humour, darkness, heroism, and reality to deliver a masterpiece like Shazam! Thankfully, with Zachary Levi as a convincing 15 year old superhero in...

Movie Review – Gully Boy

*Spoiler alert* Murad/Gully Boy(Ranveer) is a working class graduate living in Dharavi 17. He stumbles upon MC Sher (Siddhant), a rapper, and moves on a journey to make his opinion count through his...

Movie Review : The LEGO Movie 2 – The Second Part

The LEGO MOVIE 2: The Second Part - Director: Mike Mitchell. Starring: Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Tiffany Haddish and Stephanie Beatriz. Cert: U, 107 mins Not Easy to Recreate Genius That about sums it...
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A Letter to Indian Soldiers (Thank You and Sorry, Dear Armed Forces)

Dear Soldiers of Indian Armed Forces, With the whole nation consumed with the pandemic and general debates about definition of nationalism, I am writing this...

74 years of Indian Independence: A myth, labyrinth or a dream come true

“At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India shall awake to life and freedom.” These were not just words from...

Decoding the Cuss Words

Cuss words have become a part of our language, sadly. With progressive times, our language has become rather regressive. It is common to hear...