This poem is about how a colour has selflessly devoted itself in healing the world from one of its darkest phases. It never thinks about recognition, neither does it want to grab the limelight upon itself, bragging how it moulded the world. The colour is never seen as the livery of the heroes, it never […]
The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is set sixty-five years before the original trilogy, during the tenth Hunger Games, and centers around everyone’s least favourite president (okay, maybe second least favourite). This is the story of President Snow when he was just Coriolanus.
What if you could punch your brains from the insideA swinging logical uppercutRight under the amygdala.Such that, that the very foundations of those fluids shiver and die.A single punchRight from an Aristotle’s lullaby Oh you’d sleep like a baby thenAs mind curls without an iota of distortionAnd harmony prevails like a stillborn cloud of fog.No […]
Not many people know about the cult classic series, Wynonna Earp. However, those interested in strong female characters, a barrage of supernatural with a splash of ridiculous, and some excellent action-based horror-studded drama,
When the Parsis first came from Kerman and other parts of Iran, they promised to dissolve into the already (and even then) bursting the seams of the city’s populace like sugar in a glass of milk – without overflowing. The Parsi amicability and generosity of spirit reflects even in a cup of Irani Tea which […]
The final season of Game Of Thrones is coming. And with it comes the end of an era. The end of what is, in my opinion, the greatest show on television. And so, in order to be less bereft, I did a little research. While doing this research I found that the universe that I […]
Guns and roses running parallel to the hush sepia hue brings home the idea of surrendered embers (or Sholay as we say in Hindi). By surrendered embers, one might ignore the frightening commerce which surrounds the film expanding the rope of its humongous profit since August 15, 1975. The unbelievable market included thousands of general […]
The Indian subcontinent is a vivid picture of myriad diversities, cultures, conditions and values, they say. ‘They’ also say a lot about the privileges of being an Indian. They discuss heritage, references, colonies, structures, education and sometimes, power too. They write a million beautiful narratives on modern renunciations and jingoism. They are in constant rivalry […]