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5 Progressive Movies That Broke Gender Stereotypes #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

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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

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Chintu ka Birthday on ZEE5: Your Weekend Watch

We have an interesting repertoire of war-based movies in Indian cinema. From invoking patriotism to making us realize the futility of lives lost, we’ve seen it all. However, few stories have the ability to tug at your heart strings with the simplicity of the message they put across. Chintu ka Birthday on ZEE5 is one… Read More Chintu ka Birthday on ZEE5: Your Weekend Watch

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The poem that I wrote, and didn’t

Have you ever struggled with your pen or stared at a blank screen when the ideas in your mind just won’t let you rest? There’s so much to say but no word comes out right and no expression seems genuine. Every poem inside you remains unwritten and unsaid. I have, and trust me it’s the… Read More The poem that I wrote, and didn’t