Nikhil’s book, ‘I wrote your name in sky … And yours … And yours too …’  has been released in a grand launch in presence of various media personnel like Manish Awasthi, and celebrity figures like Vinod Pardhe and Anuradha Sureshpandey on 22nd of June, 2012, at Tuli Imperial, Nagpur. “Everything romantic, flirty, and humorous all through,” says Kunal Marathe, Founder and Owner of Author’s Empire Literary Company in an online interview. Although, owing to his busy schedule, Mr. Kunal Marathe has not attended the event. Nikhil...

1)    Be yourself: I know this is clichéd on so many levels but it’s also one of those rare clichés that are actually true. You want to chap to like you, then he better like you for who YOU are, and not what you pretend to be to get him to like you. So. Be yourself, because authentic is in. 2)    Stay casual: My feminist ideologies would be damned dare I say...

I still live in the same house that I was born in, not much has changed in the building or even the house for that matter, except for gadgets which are now modern. There’s a flat television, there’s a Massage Chair (one really needs to make room for a monster like Massage chair in an average home), there’s a modern kitchen & WI-FI. But what’s unchanged...

Posted on Jun 24 2012 - 7:33pm by Divya Dias

 (An Amused Lisa Viegas Looking At One Of Our Indian Exhibits) [dropcap]  I[/dropcap] consider myself lucky to be a girl in India. I get to see museum exhibits for free without even entering a museum. All I have to do is walk on the road and pay attention to the specimens that crowd the streets. Stout ones, thin ones, short ones, tall ones,  all manner of exotic...

“When you buy yourself a movie ticket you don’t merely buy it to sit and watch moving images on-screen, you buy yourself a travel ticket for a cinematic journey, one which is highly unreliable.”- Not so anonymous (me!) Keeping in mind the Indian audience we get to face some typical awkward moments in Bollywood movies. Be it when the female lead starts her seductive...

Here are a couple of movies that you can watch on a chilled out Sunday afternoon.   Black Swan       Director: Darren Aronofsky Cast: Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Vincent Cassel Duration:  108mins Genre:  Thriller, Drama Rating: 4.2/5   Black Swan is one of those thrillers which doesn’t have any ghosts, spirits, gore and minimal blood,...