I think this aptly describes the current situation that we all are in. Past few weeks have been tough and terrible. Death has never looked so ominous before, and every day is a life worth living for. This Pandemic has to perish before we do. Yes, we are in no position to dictate terms asContinue reading “Reality”
This is happiness. Watching him grow, watching him smile, watching him enjoy all those super little moments, which when beautifully summed up, is called Life. We love you for making us smile, every day.
A day to remember. A day to forget. Everything changed, yet nothing has changed.
I have been away but for a reason. Not negligence, not disinterest. Perhaps, it is self introspection. Back, for good. Not for someone, but for what I am.
I have not watched a musical for a long time now. They don’t make classic musicals any more. But ‘சர்வம் தாளமயம்’ bought back poignant moments in a musical journey which stands out as simple, light hearted and make-you-feel-good drama with an outstanding soundtrack, which in many ways describes A R Rahman – The Master Composer.Continue reading “சர்வம் தாளமயம் – Refreshingly Rythmic”
The days before your arrival, we bask in your aura that comes with blessing and bliss. Your stay at our place is a revered feeling of unimaginable words, as celebration looms large under your indispensable shadows. You stay, you conquer and evil beneath collapses. Then, you decide to leave. And, we bid a tearful yetContinue reading “Departure With An Ethereal Promise”
The bleakest chapter in your life, yet.
This Barfi from Bareily has its own poignant moments. A flawed girl with dreams, a lover who turns out to be a loser throughout and a timid guy who comes of age after realising that simplicity only allows you to be taken for granted.
A simple story of completely opposite individuals with inhibitions and apprehension of their own. Both are crazy and nice at the same time and are consistent with their inconsistent ways. Interesting way of falling in love, I must say.
Darkness is the essence of our lives. Dark is us, in every frame. We think black is dark, no. Tyranny meets Redemption. I meet you, otherwise it’s all so miniscule. Dark is class, disguised as brightness, cajoling desires for longevity.