Feelings, Love, Movie Talks, Relationships, Sharing views, Thoughts and musings

R Madhavan’s Maara: 5 Things I LOVED about it

Apocalyptic, funny, sci-fi, superhero or suspense, I’ve seen more movies in the last year than 5 years before it. I introduced my kids to classic movies like Chupke Chupke, Padosan, Khatta Meetha and Choti Si Baat while I cluelessly sat through Marvel and DC movies even as A Jr graciously deciphered them for me. My… Read More R Madhavan’s Maara: 5 Things I LOVED about it

Mental Health, Motivation, Relationships, Such is life, The Folks

How to address Mental Health of senior citizens in India #CauseAChatter

“Child is the father of man” ~ William Wordsworth. I can still clearly recall how animatedly George Sir, our English teacher in school, explained the meaning of this beautiful idiom to us. Although my amateur mind couldn’t entirely fathom the deep meaning hidden behind those words back then, I’m fairly certain that now I can.… Read More How to address Mental Health of senior citizens in India #CauseAChatter

Book Reviews, BookChatter, Books, Fiction, Relationships, Suffering

Book Review: The Boundaries of Sanity by Mira Saraf

2021 has been a good year for reading so far. I’ve consciously decided to explore new genres and read some brilliant new authors. My book collection has seen a steady inflow of interesting titles and it doesn’t seem to slow down anytime soon. My book review today is for one of my recent fascinating reads,… Read More Book Review: The Boundaries of Sanity by Mira Saraf

Blogging, Blogging Challenge, Love, Movie Talks, Relationships, Such is life, Writing

Does every love story need a closure? #30ColoursOfLove #Love

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

Book Reviews, BookChatter, Books, Relationships, Such is life, Women

Book Review: Kintsugi by Anukrti Upadhyay #BookChatter

Reading is the best escape and has managed to keep me sane and grounded in the past few months. I’ve read and reread quite a few of my favourites and have ventured into Hindi books too. Thanks to #BookChatter, I’m getting introduced to many new brilliant authors and have thoroughly enjoyed every experience. Today I’m… Read More Book Review: Kintsugi by Anukrti Upadhyay #BookChatter