Once in a while, there’s released a movie that can make to sit back and immerse in the rhythm that the story carrying. Laila Majnu is such a movie. Continue reading “Let’s Redefine the Love: A Review on Laila Majnu, the Movie”
He is 56. His last movie was not such a great thing. And he is the best they have got.
The beauty of a crescendo lies in the picking up softly and then reaching the peak. Mission: Impossible–Fallout is the peak of the symphony name Ethan Hunt. Continue reading “The Peak of the Crescendo: A MI–Fallout Review”
Certain books are written to present us, the readers, the thoughts the author holding back or wants to present to the wider circle. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness is such a book. It is the stage that authoress Arundhati Roy wanted to speak her mind, her thoughts, and presenting us with a well-known scenario leading us to the question of how much we know of that scenario.
Love thrives in the time of despair, I had read once. Love of Kira and Leo or Andrei falling in love with Kira all happened in the time when it was turmoil when each individual trying to survive anyhow anyway. But, when love is prefixed with a story we think or take it in considering it’s a love story. Ayn Rand’s We the Living have deal with love, but, this novel is more than that. Continue reading “Understanding Ayn Rand: A Review of “We the Living””
Some books are like enjoying the calmness of a harsh summer daybreak. You’ve to sit back and let the characters enthrall you like apparitions. They are there but you know they are not real or might be. They are just like the shadow that leave a long shadow on the thought process of ours, the readers.