Death is inevitable, an unsaid truth. But to leave like this is painful and shocking. I am not sure what was going on inside you, but this was certainly not the way to go.
No, please don’t take me for a blogger who only pens down Obituaries. In fact, I hate them because I hate saying goodbye, I don’t believe in goodbyes. But apparently, these are tough times and every morning, I get this bad feeling that we are going to lose people – people who are admired, peopleContinue reading “Rishi Kapoor – The ‘Charm’ is no more”
‘When death strikes, it’s not about the darkness. It’s about those indelible marks that are left behind’. I really believed that he will fight this out and come back to do what he does best, acting. But somewhere, it was written otherwise. It’s a tragic loss to the world of Cinema, and we have lostContinue reading “Irrfan Khan – An Actor of Substance”
Sridevi’s demise marks an an end to a celebrated era of woman talent and perseverance. One of those mercurial and prodigious actors who was able to transcend boundaries successfully and with so much grace, Sridevi used her strong foundation from Tamil films to foray in to Hindi cinema and was able to hone her wayContinue reading “Chandni. Forever.”
Yes. We changed. World changed. Everything else around changed. In fact, I have bleak memories of how this world looked before the apocalypse. Our outlook to America, our attitude towards terrorism (we now call it global post 9/11), our stand as global nations against one unified enemy. All this changed. And somewhere, it changed usContinue reading “9/11. Change-versary.”
We have come a long way, we have a long way to go. Every country goes through turbulence, so have we. Every country has its moments, we have had our own. Every country has a vision, we have ours. No country is perfect, the flaws exude beauty of renaissance and evolution. We did, we do,Continue reading “70 Years of ‘Bharat’”
For a very long time, I never realised the town had a different name. For me, it never mattered. It was her place of residence and that is all we knew during our growing up days. For us, it was enough. In fact, me and my sister never cared to know her name as well,Continue reading “Mayavaram Paatti”
There are human beings with talent and proficiency, there are ordinary individuals who come out of their inhibitions and limitations to carve a niche for themselves in the tough gritty world of glorious pursuits. And then, we have actors like Om Puri. Rugged face, turmoil expressions and a non fancy appeal. Yet, what stood behindContinue reading “Om Puri – Submissive Legend”
I am not a political aficionado though am raised in 2 states that are considered to be the feather-bed for political potboilers. Yes, my affiliations are random and anything intriguingly watchable is my forte. But, if it’s about Jayalalithaa, then I will have the Pandora’s box open for numerous anecdotes. Jayalalithaa was a combination ofContinue reading “Jayalalithaa – Our Woman of Steel”
‘Kisi baat par main kisi se khafa hoon, main zinda hoon par zindagi se khafa hoon’. The lyrics of mundane joy, a rendition that will stir your soul, the meaning that will wrench your veins, the inadequate fear that encapsulates the primal human being, an era that remains the home to divinity in the playbackContinue reading “hymn that blows you away”
I kind of like the setting sun, goes down but not without achieving the nods and dangling a glimpse of the promise it holds for the next day. Life, learn. Days and nights.
My nerves shook when I read this story. A life never lived, this is probably one those painful stories which was never told or heard enough. Organically alive but dead as vegetable, a life destroyed by a dastardly act of vengeance. Yet, we continue to live in urban jungle with animals lurking around. Indeed, jungleContinue reading “Truly, Rest in Peace..”