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Cursed: The Review

In the world where power is measured in terms of capital and physical strength, Cursed forms an analogy where power is represented by not only knowledge but virtues that remain...

Rasbhari Review : Entertaining, Fun, Frivolous and Forgettable

The small town is the new utopic fantasy world of the Indian entertainment industry. The industry has long infatuated the fancy American dream, picturesque Switzerland mountains and abrupt dance sequence in London...

Violence and Nudity on OTTs, How Much is Too Much?

The readily available smartphones, low-cost 4G data and deepening of high-bandwidth internet penetration have widened the scope of the internet economy for OTTs (Over the Tops). Every other app is launching online...

Web Series Review : Dark – The Question Isn’t Where But When

With time revolving around the trinity of a 33-year long loop of 1953, 1985, and 2019, Dark becomes a deeply philosophical conundrum trying to compare different paradigms of the contemporary...

Brutally Honest Review Of Four More Shots Please Season 2

In all its glory, present-day society has been trying to be open-minded and accepting of all types of identities and concepts. Thanks to the people involved in the entertainment industry, knowledge on...

Best Of 2017 : 7 Netflix Series Which Made The Year Better

1. ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK With 5 seasons consisting of 65 episodes, Orange is the new Black is the most watched original series of the Netflix. The story is about Piper ,...

Changing Times : Seven Indian Web Series You Should Watch

If you’re bored with the saas-bahu drama,Tacky sarees,tons of makeup and unrealistic stories,then don’t you worry.Web series are a blessing for every Indian.Here’s a list of top 7 web series that are...
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The Taste Palate: Matar Kulcha

All of us have this one shop near our colleges, metro stations, or bus stops that serve piping hot matar kulchas. Now with the...

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...

Commemorating 60 years of Mughal-e-Azam: addition to the Oscars Library

In time there is seldom a movie that comes along with such grandeur that it is remembered and revered by the generations to come....