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The Jungle Book – Simply Amazing!

I am sure it has been one of the most awaited and popular movies of 2016 – The Jungle Book! Awaited, I say because I had been waiting for it ever since I heard about Mowgli’s return several weeks back. … Continue reading

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Ki & Ka – Bold attempt falling apart!

I totally loved this R. Balki’s Bollywood flick as a concept – new & fabulous (9/10)! But it totally disappointed me with the rest. Overall, it is all about Kabir (Arjun Kapoor) and Ki (Kareena Kapoor). Ki is an ambitious … Continue reading

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My Left Foot

I came across the name in a newspaper and it kinda had my attention. I was wondering why the name is so – until I watched the movie. The movie is about Christy Brown, a person born with cerebral palsy, … Continue reading

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The Great Debaters!

Belief in the power of words, and better to say – spoken words. Also, it’s unwavering humanity, it’s passionate belief in education, it’s faith that history teaches invaluable lessons and it’s a lot more. “The Great Debaters” for me, revealed … Continue reading

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“Eat pray love” by Elizabeth Gilbert

It is a testimony to Gilbert’s writing skills, intellectual energy and self deprecating wit that from the moment we meet her sobbing on her bathroom floor at 3 a.m., we are rooting for her to find the peace and happiness she … Continue reading

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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho.

‘The Alchemist’ speaks of dreaming and following those dreams while keeping faith and understanding the universal laws. It took me long to understand the book and yet, a few things remain unveiled. Originally written by Paulo Coelho in Portuguese in … Continue reading

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Eleven Minutes by Paulo Coelho!

Maria, a young girl and the protagonist in this novel, is forced, by her fascinating desire to lead a different life, towards leading the life of a prostitute.  The book is filled with revelation of large number of true but … Continue reading

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