I’m not a television person and hardly watch any serials. The content doesn’t appeal to me and the monotonous storylines seem quite taxing. Recently I came across the trailer of ZEE5 Originals State of Siege 26/11 and was immediately interested with the subject of the 26/11 terrorist attack. I liked it so much that I… Read More State of Siege 26/11: A thriller based on real events
The flattering and fluid drape of designer saree has charmed millions of heart across all borders. Attire that’s modest yet sensuous at once, saree is a garment that can be carried anywhere anytime. From formal office meetings to a gala event, you can wear designer saree anywhere. This sometimes elaborate at times simple outfit works… Read More Saree- The Epitome of Grace
Hello friends! After a break of two months I’m back with my guestpost series. Going ahead with my inclusion of food and health posts on the blog, I’m introducing a fellow blogger, Venkat Ramakrishnan. His writings are interesting and he speaks about important issues concerned with India. Do read his post and share your feedback… Read More What should India eat? #Guestpost by Venkat Ramakrishnan
“Great effort. You’re doing good. Try a bit harder.” *few moments later* “Ok fine, this will do.” After constant nagging by his flexible Yoga buff wife A had finally agreed to do a toe-touch. While the kids cheered (and sniggered) from the sidelines this stiff as a board man took his hands all the way… Read More Aren’t Yoga and Marriage similar to each other?
The chirpy song plays on the big screen. The handsome and suave Shammi Kapoor sways in his signature non-choreographed dancing style on the melodious music. He’s wooing his onscreen darling Sharmila Tagore with one of the best songs of his career Tareef karu kya uski from the movie Kashmir Ki Kali. Discarding the seats the… Read More Kids, Movies and an Anti-climax