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Ghoul: Review

Rating – 8/10 Set in a dystopian society where government closely regulates everything, education controlled to a point where anything apart from the state provided syllabus amounts to being charged with sedition. Ghoul is mini-series consisting of three episodes totaling a total of 2 hours 16 minutes, is a brilliantly well shot series that maintains a […]

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All or Nothing : Manchester City

Documentaries are always a fascinating watch if they are able to capture the moments in a way that you feel as if you’re there witnessing the things first hand. Amazon Prime released a new documentary ‘All or Nothing – Manchester City’ narrated by Ben Kingsley on 17th August consisting of eight episodes that capture the […]

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Sacred Games : No Spoiler Review

Rating :- 4.5/5 It’s been a while since a genuinely good non-soap opera show came out of India. There are a lot of words you could use to describe Sacred Games. The one that I’m going to go for is bold. Utterly different from anything we’ve seen come out of Indian cinema or TV, the […]

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To Kill a Mockingbird

The spectrum of human behavior is vast and wide. While a part of the mob understands the extensiveness of it, most of us tend to turn a blind eye to what seems “abnormal” to us. Ironically, the subjectiveness of ‘normality’ in itself is an abstract. Dealing with such colourful personalities requires one to be equipped […]

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Altered Carbon | Review

If death wasn’t a guaranteed phenomenon in our universe, how different do you think our world would have been? The ultimate utopia? No wars fought in the name of god since everyone would be god? Peace and harmony for all of eternity? I, personally, think that the world would be no more different than the […]

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Little Maryam| Review

The times that we live in are ironic. While we look at relationships through a kaleidoscope of practicality, every single one of us is looking for that eternal bliss called ‘love’. While some find it tugged in the arms of their loved ones, I’ve always found it in about something that is more than 100 […]

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A Street Cat Named Bob

“Having Bob gave me a chance to interact with people… Cats are notoriously picky about who they like. Seeing me with my cat softened me in [others] eyes. It humanized me. Especially after I’d been so dehumanized. In some ways it was giving me back my identity. I had been a non-person; I was becoming […]

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The Runaway Jury | Review

John Grisham has a reputation of either nailing a story right until to subterranean levels or simply falter in the roots and make a hash of things throughout. The Runaway Jury initially seemed to fall amongst the latter category. However, the book got a revival midway and the end was a signature Grisham visceral denouement […]

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Fearless by Eric Blehm

Drugs, seems like a cool idea isn’t it. No matter how much we are all warned against even trying them, it has got ambassadors of its own. Steve Jobs famously asked students at Harvard if they smoked pot as if it was nothing unusual and completely ordinary. Founders of google looked for their CEO at […]

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