Couple of months ago, I read “Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows” by Balli Kaur Jaswal, on my sister’s recommendation, and enjoyed it quite a bit. It was a totally different … Continue Reading The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters – Book Review
Did you know that the London born singing sensation Jay Sean’s real name is Kamaljit Singh Jhooti.
Did you know that the eminent movie series Harry Potter used Royal Enfield as Hagrid’s motorcycle. The bike now sits in the Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studio in Watford, United … Continue Reading Hagrid’s motorcycle in Harry Potter
Every author has a style, a particular target readership, a genre, and I for one really enjoy indulging in authentic, true daily life Indian fiction. Over the years, my preference … Continue Reading Last Man In Tower – Aravind Adiga
I recently got my hands on the beautiful Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A1 portable bluetooth speakers and the first impressions were definitely around the size of the speakers which I … Continue Reading B&O Beoplay A1 – luxurious treat to ears or an overpriced buy?
Not everybody has an interest in the Hindu mythology. In fact, most of our generation and the ones following, do not care to know about the various epics that formed … Continue Reading The Palace of Illusions – Novel
I like Rachel McAdams, she can pull off intense movies like Spotlight and Notebook and at the same time give such a refreshing performance in an all-out comedy flick. And … Continue Reading Game Night – Movie Review
Ever since I have seen this show, I have been a big ball of mush. I am usually not into family dramas. I prefer thrillers or comedies, but I am … Continue Reading This Is Us – TV Show
In Cast Away, when Tom Hanks makes a Wilson volleyball his companion, you understand the need and desperation of this man who has been deserted on an island and hasn’t … Continue Reading Trapped – Movie
You don’t need to watch The Big Bang Theory to enjoy Young Sheldon. But it doesn’t hurt to have seen the long time running show about four exceptionally intelligent scientists … Continue Reading Young Sheldon – TV Show
We are all indeed hooked to YouTube these days. And YouTube is no longer just about the music videos or the tutorials, it’s also home to a large number of … Continue Reading Best Indian Short Films on YouTube
“Star Signs” is like a guide to humans of all sun signs, steering them through their tough times, crisis and decision making. Not exaggerating any fact, but the points given … Continue Reading Linda Goodman’s Star Signs – Book Review
My current obsession is centered around Donald Glover. Who Donald Glover?? Okay let me walk you through this and retrace my steps. I watched a movie, Get Out (fyi, one … Continue Reading Red Bone, Atlanta and Childish Gambino
I am not a professional food critic, or artisan, or chef and definitely not a nutritionist. But I do love trying new cuisines, experimenting in my choices and usually tend … Continue Reading Want to know the royal history of the food you eat everyday?
Nayantara Sahgal belongs to the elite Kashmiri Pandit family of the Nehrus, she being the niece of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru. Born in the British Raj, she along with her … Continue Reading Prison & Chocolate Cake – Book Review
There are different types of readers. I am the kind who reads multiple books at the same time. Somehow I can’t get myself to read and focus on just one … Continue Reading A Suitable Boy – Novel by Vikram Seth