Overall, Vikram Seth’s “An Equal Music” is a masterpiece in terms of its writing – even though the plot is clichéd- the beauty of lovable characters, their behaviors and the raw sense of articulating music- makes it a beautiful read. It goes through the crests and troughs of extremely emotion opera but leaves with the serenity at the end of it.
Overall, Irrfan once again stands tall in the film that is lost in its own chaos like the world that is lost in its own immeasurable crises.
“Lights Out” is a non-traditional horror movie that works in flashes but never ties up as a big picture. There are few strokes that are gone missing and it is difficult to appreciate the canvas without noticing the missing pieces. It is definitely not the scariest movies that make you reach out for lights in the dark.
Jared Diamond pinpoints to increasingly alarming trends in terms of biodiversity, soil loss, freshwater limits, overfishing and climate change- which is no longer in the phase of “might happen”. We pushed ourselves to the limits of “it’s happening” and the action plan is for right now- You act, you fight, you survive else go through the societies that no longer exist among us.
As we evolved as humans, the more civilized we emerged to be — from feeding on any moving species to a generation of multi-level sanitation, from lack of language to communicate to a generation that doesn’t need a language to communicate- overall we evolved as species way too ahead. But, the universal problem stayed put — search for answers …
Karan Mahajan’s “The Association of Small Bombs” is an absolute winner within the framework it operates and presents you with the multiple versions of the story. You are the jury to decide who is on which of this webbed association? – the one who triggered it or the circumstances.
Abbas Kiarostami – You will be remembered as a genius who accomplished his task in this universe with a brilliance that could only spread across the geographies and generations. May your Soul Rest in Piece!
Half way through the year which would mean reaching a half-way point through the challenge or resolutions you set for yourself at the beginning of the year. I set out to read 52 books "A Book A Week Challenge" and prepared a reading list that is spread across genres and demographics. Half Way through, I …
The process of house picking, the process of preparing creating and the process of charring bodies, and then now “customization” of death – where thumb prints now printed onto necklaces. The body would have passed it's our journey even before you think what happens to the soul.