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Q & A by Vikas Swarup | Book Review

Vikas Swarup’s debut novel “Q & A” does not need any introduction thanks to the historical success of “Slumdog Millionaire” that made it a household name. The central thought of “Q & A” can be summarized as: A human life is a journey where knowledge comes from unforeseen and unwarranted places. But, this knowledge is the power that someday may ... Read More »

Matthew McConaughey’s Commencement Speech at Houston

Matthew David McConaughey is an American Actor and producer. He have received best actor Academy award in 2013 for his work in Dallas Buyers Club. His work in other movies is also praised a lot. His performance in TV Serial True Detective is well received too. He was invited to the commencement ceremony 2015 by the Houston University. He was ... Read More »

Kalidas and Shakuntala | Bharat Ek Khoj Hindi TV Serial On DVD | Personal Reviews

Kalidas was arguably one of the most talented poet and dramatist around the world. Though he created stuffs only in Sanskrut (Sanskrit) language; his creations are famous around the world. Best known for his magnum opus अभिज्ञानशाकुन्तलम् (Abhijñānashākuntala or Abhijñānaśākuntalam); Kalidas’ creations include विक्रमोर्वशीयम् (Vikramōrvaśīyam), Mālavikāgnimitram, कुमारसम्भव (KumarSambhavam), मेघदूत (Meghadūta) and others. Due to his incredible input into Sanskrit literature ... Read More »

Aap Ki Khatir – The Wedding Date – Asking for Trouble | Movies cum Book Review

Aap Ki Khatir - The Wedding Date - Asking For Trouble

The way Bollywood movies take inspiration from international films has been a running joke for decades. There was a positive campaign of spotting copied scenes and sequences in Bollywood films once Indian cinema fans acquired access to internet and therefore movies all over the world. Sajid Khan hosted some really funny TV shows (like Kehne Mein Kya Harz Hai) in ... Read More »

Looper | Movie Review

Looper - Film Poster

It is not very often that a geeky concept proves equally appealing to the masses – but there is one exception that has fascinated humans for ages. Yes, we are talking about Time Travel. The countless ways it has been featured in works of fiction from H.G. Wells’ Time machine to Terminator to Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban ... Read More »