Monthly Archives: September 2017

Nameless ? No, this widow’s husband has three names

Late Ved Prakash Sharma was a Hindi novelist coming from a small city – Meerut (UP) who earned a lot of name and fame in the field of writing suspense novels in Hindi during the period of late seventies to … Continue reading

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My tribute to Mother Nature

I am very aesthetic by nature and that’s why I adore the beauty of the nature and love to spend as much time in the lap of mother nature as much is possible for me. Even when I am not … Continue reading

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Long live the martyrs ! Long live the revolution !

Today is the birthday of the immortal martyr – Bhagat Singh. This book review is dedicated to that great soul only. The slogan of Inqlaab Zindabaad (long live the revolution) was created by Allama Iqbaal but it was used the … Continue reading

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A sea of emotions

I had read somewhere that being in love with someone is a great thing because it makes you feel alive. Joggers’ Park (2003) confirms the statement. It is not about the Joggers’ Park situated in Bandra West, Mumbai. It is … Continue reading

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Indian Nights – Romantic ! Gloomy ! Mysterious !

Night has its own beauty which sometimes contains passion, sometimes emotion, sometimes pain and sometimes suspense too. Bollywood music composers, lyricists and directors have always created situational night songs for the Hindi movie audience and several of them are a … Continue reading

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A shriek in the dark

Andhere Ki Cheekh is a very old novel penned by eminent Hindi mystery and thriller writer Surendra Mohan Pathak which was first published in 1978 under his popular Sunil Series whose hero Sunil Kumar Chakravarty is a Bengali youth and … Continue reading

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When melody and words envelop some mystery

Myself is not only a very big music lover but a very big mystery lover also. So I am presenting this review before you which contains Hindi movie songs of my choice but only those which are associated with some … Continue reading

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Contrast it with Talaash

Aamir Khan starrer movie – Talaash (2012) had received mixed response from both the viewers and the reviewers. Some appreciated it for the well-knitted script, high emotional quotient and performances whereas some found themselves as cheated due to the presence … Continue reading

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The royal blood in the struggle of life and love

In India, several poor or average movies go on to become commercial hits (even super-hits). Well, depends upon the taste of the audience. But the more painful fact for the cine-lovers and purists like me is that several superior quality … Continue reading

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The whole is not better than the sum of its parts

During my attempts for the Indian Civil Services during the nineties, I got an opportunity to study Sociology as my optional paper and through that I came to know of the theory of Structural Functionalism. This theory describes society as … Continue reading

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