This is not going to be about any Indian film. And still, I am convinced that this is the platform to share my first impressions from reading the wonderful poems by the great Rabindranath Tagore. The seventh (a lucky number) poem from The Gardener has found its special place in my thoughts. Continue reading
I had just started my first Bollywood movie marathon, when the premiere of The Great Gatsby starring Leonardo diCaprio threatened to interrupt it for one evening. I yielded. But it turned out that Long Island of the 1920s was not that far from modern Mumbai. Continue reading
Haha, found an ancient notebook of mine, were I’d been putting down some impressions from my trip to England about four years ago. It’s very funny to read the clumsy and unrefined writings of mine, and, since one day featured the great experience of watching Chennai Express, I am not ashamed to share the original version with all of you. Continue reading
There is no way of getting someone interested in what you are writing about until you provide actual proof that you are not alone in what you are doing. For this purpose, I asked four of my friends – those with whom we started hanging out after having learnt about each other’s passion for Bollywood – to answer a basic set of questions:
What made you watch your first Bollywood film?
Which film was it?
What captured you so much that Bollywood became your (kind of) hobby? Continue reading
So thrilled to be nominated for my first award! An enormous thanks to Sarah at lifewithlilred, a totally wonderful blogger who catches the eye of her reader not only with the bright, unforgettable background of her website, but also with her light, vivid language and inspiring topics! Give lifewithlilred a click and you will be very, very tempted to press the follow button! Continue reading
First of all, I am saying huge thanks to StephJ at Scale it Simple for encouraging me to accept this challenge and answer a bunch of questions about myself. As a new blogger, I find it important to express myself not only when talking about my beloved chosen topic – the Indian cinema – but also about my personal qualities, habits and preferences. Continue reading