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Kachchi Dhoop Episode 2 | Hindi TV Serial ON DVD | Views and Reviews

In the 80s one more inspirational tale was aired from Doordarshan named “Kachchi Dhoop”. It is a about middle class family and how it passes through the events and how its real life incidents occurs to them. Related reading for you: Kachchi Dhoop Episode 1 | Hindi TV Serial ON DVD | Views and Reviews Kachchi Dhoop Episode 3 | ... Read More »

Jane Eyre| Movie Review Hollywood Movies

Jane Eyre is back again to cast her mysterious spell on the art lovers with a brand-new cinematic adaptation by director Cary Joji Fukunga based on a screenplay by Moira Buffini. The much loved and iconic lead pair is played this time by Mia Wasikowska (Alice in Wonderland fame) and Michael Fassbender. Related reading for you: Gulliver’s Travels | Movie ... Read More »

Gulliver’s Travels | Movie Review | Hollywood Movies

The “Gulliver’s Travels” by Jonathan Swift has seen many a film and TV adaptations and this 2010 film, directed by Rob Latterman is latest in the series and like its precedents, it also concentrates on Gulliver’s stay in Liliput but also brings to life some part of Brobdignag. Related reading for you: Jajantaram Mamantaram | Bollywood Movie Reviews Jane Eyre| ... Read More »

Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift | Book Review

Gulliver's Travels - Book Cover (from pub year 1900)

First published in 1726, this collection of Lemuel Gulliver’s fascinating voyages all over the world, has been loved, read and re-read by every child and adult familiar with the English language. The story appealing the children for its fictional quotient made of wonderful creatures ranging in size from a few inches to several feet, flying island, etc. and to adults ... Read More »

The Professor by Charlotte Bronte | Book Review

“The Professor”, though first of the written works of Charlotte Bronte, was published in 1857 aftre her death. The novel had excited much curiosity because of its multiple rejections by publishers that made Charlotte finally wrote “Jane eyre”. “The Professor” is shortest of the tales by Charlotte but not incomplete, and is written with the same style of narrative and ... Read More »