The other day I sat with Angel during her online Hindi classes. She’s in first grade and the virtual learning is proving a tad challenging while learning a new language. Added to it the constant commotion in a typical kiddo class punctuated with random chat messages and her annoyance knew no bounds (Yes, she’s a… Read More Why ‘Thou shalt keep learning’ is my motto in life!
The pandemic has introduced us to two curiously interesting types of people; painfully over-cautious and idiotically fearless. While on one side people were consuming winter kadhas in the scorching summer heat, others were attending protests and rallies, rejecting vaccines, and moving around without masks. As I patiently witnessed all this crazy mayhem from the comfort… Read More Hypochondria: Symptoms and Tips #CauseAChatter
We Indians are passionate movie lovers. Our lives, memories and even thoughts find relevance with some movie we liked or disliked. We laugh, cry, dream and achieve vicariously through its characters. We celebrate our success in any sport as much onscreen as off it. Movies bind us together a nation. However, has the influence that… Read More 5 Progressive Movies That Broke Gender Stereotypes #CauseAChatter
I’m a diehard romantic and my voracious appetite for all-things-love has been liberally supplemented with sumptuous helpings of Yash Chopra movies since childhood. A love story has a way of touching the deepest corners of our heart in the most intimate way. When Shahrukh Khan spread his arms wide in DDLJ and proclaimed ‘Come…fall in… Read More Does every love story need a closure? #30ColoursOfLove #Love
“Chetan Bhagat ka book ekdum superhit hai Sir! Aur bhi hain, dekhoge?” I urged to the suited man before he disinterestedly rolled up his car window and sped off. I chided myself for deserting my father’s book stall and following the usual herd to the traffic signal in hope of some quick sale. He would… Read More My Life Around Books #StoryTellersBlogHop