The success of Dhoom 3 continues to baffle critics. Purists are embarrassed to explain the logic of making such ‘meaningless’ films. Ha Ha, in more ways than one I find this situation very similar to AAP’s success. But more on that in another post another day, maybe! If we look at the success of Chetan… Continue reading Movie Review of Dhoom 3 and why is it a mega hit?
We have heard and seen that there are 2 sides of a coin. When Asura was released, it was seen as the other side of the coin of Ramayana. After hearing about Ajaya I confess spending restless days waiting for the book after hearing that this was going to be another counter story. Giving us… Continue reading Book Review of Ajaya: Roll of the Dice by Anand Neelakantan
To tell you what the book is about, I shall borrow the next paragraph from Goodreads .. Shobha Bondre’s Dhandha is the story of a few Gujaratis: Jaydev Patel—the New York Life Insurance agent credited with having sold policies worth $2.5 billion so far; Bhimjibhai Patel—one of the country’s biggest diamond merchants and co-founder of… Continue reading Book Review of Dhandha: How Gujaratis do business by Shobha Bondre
Imagine a necklace with a hundred pearls. If these pearls are numbered from 1 to 100, it would be easier to identify them and arrange them in a particular sequence, right? If these pearls are scattered in an open room with little or furniture, it will be relatively easy to get the pearls and string… Continue reading Book Review: The Ekkos Clan, debut novel by Sudipto Das
Let us start with the negative aspects of this book. Does that make you want to know more? If yes, then, please stop for a moment. You are in the wrong place. I am just a simple wanderer who never tries to untie the knots of highly complicated logic to understand the true significance of… Continue reading Book Review: 7 secrets of Vishnu by Devdutt Pattanaik
Somehow managed to squeeze time to read a book into my somewhat packed schedule and frankly I am unable to articulate what I feel after finishing the book. My friend, Tanuja saw my Facebook update, thanks to Goodreads.com and almost immediately commented that this book was melancholy at its subtlest best (or something very similar).… Continue reading Book Review: Interpreter of Maladies