Growing up as an extrovert kid who wasn’t cool enough to hang out with, I had no choice but to succumb to becoming an introvert and finding solace in books. This gracious experience of life has given me first-hand experience on how-not-to-spend-your-school-years. Continue reading
I am a Shah Rukh Khan Fan…not just a fan, I’m a Jabra Fan! I have spent 22 years with the King of Bollywood, in whichever capacity it was possible. I have defended his honour, stood by him, adored him, dreamt about him, collected his postcards, watched and rewatched and re-re-watched his movies, with the same passion as the first time. Continue reading
(This is my first attempt at poetry, please bare with me.) Continue reading
There are many decisions, big and small, that define other decisions, big and small, that we make in life. Redemption can be found at any point. You make a bad decision, well, fix it… at least that’s how easy people make it sound like. Continue reading
Dear future adults,
Today is the day we apologize to you. Not for Donald Trump or Kardashians or sagging pants or increasing global warming or overuse of drugs. Not even for songs like Friday by Rebecca Black or slangs like SWAG or cat memes.. we are actually proud of the last one.
We are sorry for the prevailing gender stereotypes that you have to live by. Continue reading
Having no job has its perks. Yes, you don’t have money to go out and watch movies but you use your home supplies to make some fries and enjoy countless movies spread out for you to explore on the internet. I chose a movie that many have looked down upon me for not watching: The Imitation Game Continue reading
2016 has been one hell of a year. No no. It’s not been awesome, it’s reminded us all of Hell! But like everyone that passes away, we always remember the good things even if they are seldom or next to none. 2016 should be no exception. With the demise of the year, I witnessed something incredible and worthy of shout out in the sad disturbing revolving of the planet that 2016 has been. Continue reading
Every thing comes at a cost, even personal grooming. And I’m not talking about the 2 grands that I’m tossing away for some hair trimming. Most of the Parlours demand you to be a certain way to be an acceptable salon-goer. It is like any place in the world, having its norms and its taboos.
The norm is to be a more than farigh woman who loves to chat and gossip about everything that comes under the sky and above the ground… Continue reading