My Rating ****For a while now, we’ve been scoffing at ‘Pappu’ because he can’t dance, saala. We’ve also sung along, soothing her by explaining ‘Kabhi kabhi zindagi mein Aditi…’ And we finally get to see Aditi and her gang on screen. Aditi a.k.a Meaow and Jai a.k.a Rats (Imran Khan) are best buddies. It’s plain… Read More Movie Review: Jaane Tu…Ya Jaane Na
I love blogging and hate it when I don’t do so regularly. And when I have nothing to blog about (which is happening with scary regularity these days) Tags, God bless their creator, always come to my rescue. I discovered this Tag on one of my many blog-hopping visits ages ago, but have no idea… Read More Forcefully Tagging self! 😉
…AamirDr Aamir Ali (Rajeev Khandelwal, mindblowingly brilliant!) lands into Mumbai city after a 3 year stint abroad. And then lands into a plot of bewilderment and terror. His family has been kidnapped, his luggage stolen and a cellphone is handed over to him. The cellphone belongs to an unknown number and voice. The voice instucts… Read More Movie Review…
The reason I don’t need a drink is because I’m always high on life. I have had an inkling of it for a while now. Careful and constant observation has confirmed it. And I am now completely convinced that I belong to the fast-heading-towards-extinction species, otherwise known as, ‘Teetotalers.’ A Teetotaler in today’s world is… Read More Tales of a Teetotaler
258 Pages. With his debut book, ‘Five Point someone’, he enlightened us that there is a lot more besides swotting going on in an IIT students life. By reading his second narrative, ‘One Night @ the call centre’ we realized that complaining customers aren’t the only ones who call in. And Chetan Bhagat’s third and… Read More Book Review: The 3 Mistakes of My Life by Chetan Bhagat
Human Nature will not flourish, any more than a potato, if it be planted and replanted, for too long a series of generations, in the same worn-out soil. My children have had other birthplaces, and, so far as their fortunes may be within my control, shall strike their roots into unaccustomed earth – Nathaniel Hawthorne,… Read More Book Review: Unaccustomed Earth by Jhumpa Lahiri
It’s been a blooper-free time on the Dubya front for a while now. And I had safely assumed that maybe US President, Mr George Bush wouldn’t out-stupid himself anymore. My bad. ‘Coz he proved me wrong, and how!He comes along making the mother of all inane statements by proclaiming that India is to blame for… Read More My bad!
Tags make for a great blog post. Especially when each time I write a post, it ends up as my magazine article instead! 😉 So, when I spotted this rather nippy and interesting Tag on Suniti’s blog, I asked her if I could borrow it for mine, and she Tagged me, pronto! Thanks, Suniti!:) A… Read More And if you need to know more about me, you only have to ask…
…that Madonna is looking to adopt an Indian Baby. I’m offended, Madge. Really! *sulking* I am right here and you need to go looking all over the place! Let me explain. I am Indian. I used to be called Baby, till I refused to answer to it (when I was 10 years old, if details… Read More A News Channel informed me…
Dear Heather, Now that you’ve managed to get your hands on your ex-husband, Sir Paul McCartney’s millions *a few of the many, many more he still has, mind* I just hope you’d start dressing better. (Truly curious to know what might have made you want to dress like a harlequin. Temporary blindness? Dressing in the… Read More Quelle Horreur!