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The Jeera Packer by Prashant Yadav | Book Reviews

The Jeera Packer by Prashant Yadav | Book Reviews

On one end we see people claiming that nowadays very few people are reading books; or in a sense reading is no more a favorite hobby of majority of people. At the same time we see rise of many new authors on regular intervals. As for Bollywood, everyday new aspiring talents are entering the world of Cinema prove their talent and become a star, new authors are entering the literary arena (of course at a smaller pace). Again like Bollywood, some of them becomes the bigger star and some becomes the misery. Book Title : The Jeera Packer Author : ... Read More »

Reviews for A Political Biographical Thriller – Snowden

Reviews for A Political Biographical Thriller – Snowden

Recently we got a chance to watch English movie Snowden. The name of Edward Snowden is not unfamiliar for those who keeps track of world affairs. While some people consider him a whistleblower who have sacrificed a lot at personal end, for the greater good of his country; some sees it from opposite end. Whatever your doubt it, but when someone talks about “personal freedom v/s government keeping an eye on all activities”, his name pops up as much as Julian Asange of Wikileaks. It is the boon and beauty of democracy that you are allowed to present your views ... Read More »

Reviews For A Political Thriller  From Holloywood – The Fifth Estate

Reviews For A Political Thriller From Holloywood – The Fifth Estate

When we were young, it was very common to see references in newspapers referring to print media as The Fourth Estate. But, the 21st century brought a radical change in terms of how people communicate with each other and also a whole new way of accessing news, namely the digital media, the internet. Suddenly, you didn’t have to wait for the newspaper in the morning, because you have already seen all the news almost in real-time, as it happens around the world. Movie : The Fifth Estate Director : Bill Condon Producer : Steve Golin, Brad Dorros, Michael Sugar Based ... Read More »

House Of Cards | English TV Serial On DVD | Introductory Reviews Part 2

House Of Cards | English TV Serial On DVD | Introductory Reviews Part 2

House of Cards is a fantastic political drama written by Michael Dobbs. It is then adopted into a TV Serial of the same name in UK, which met with critical acclaim and commercial success, and available as a set of DVD now. Inspired by the same Beau Willimon have adopted this drama into US political environment in which Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright played major roles. This US edition is also met with both critical acclaim and commercial success and was then renewed for season 2. To know more about House Of Cards – US TV Series – Season 1 ... Read More »

House Of Cards | UK TV Series On DVD | Views And Reviews

House Of Cards | UK TV Series On DVD | Views And Reviews

Michael Dobbs wrote a political drama named House Of Cards. The book To Play The King, and Buy – House Of Cards – Book from Amazon.com Buy – Final cut – Book from Amazon.com Buy – House Of Cards – UK TV Series from Amazon India Buy – House Of Cards – UK TV Series from Amazon.com Buy From FlipKart (Indian Buyers) Another famous punchline this TV Series bring to us is: It is spoken in some variations based on situation. When the series was reissued in 2013, to coincide with the release of the US version of House of ... Read More »

Episode 1 | House Of Cards | US TV Serial On DVD | Introductory Reviews

Episode 1 | House Of Cards | US TV Serial On DVD | Introductory Reviews

The first scene of the first episode of US TV Serial House Of Cards sets the environment properly and the viewer know what to expect ahead. Here is the famous dialog from that scene. Its ok!!! There are two kinds of pain. The sort of pain that makes you strong. Or useless pain. The sort of pain that’s only suffering. I have no patience for useless things. Moments like this require someone who will act. To do the unpleasant thing. The necessary thing… There, no more pain. -Francis J. “Frank” Underwood There are two kinds of pain, dialog, video It ... Read More »