Category: Reviews

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Book Review: The Richest Man in Babylon

The book is a great guide for financial planning and also can be used as a reference to learn the art of earning money regularly. Hailed as one of the best books on...

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A Review of Amazon Prime’s Pushpavalli

Pushpavalli is a brilliant and witty show that is so hilarious that it will leave you gasping for breath – only before you realise that it is not funny at all....

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A Review of Netflix’s Sense 8

What if there is a completely different species of humans living among us? What if we are somehow connected to each other in real time? What if there were an inbuilt...

Call me by Your Name: Review

Nominated for three academy awards including the best picture award, Call me by Your Name was one of the most critically and publicly acclaimed movies of last year....

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Rajputs versus Khiljis: Reviewing Movie Padmaavat

  Malik Muhhamad Jayasi of Awadh penned a poem in the sixteenth century, glorifying the beauty of Rani Padmini. She, whose existence is itself a controversial...

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Play Review: Old Wives’ Tale

Old Wives’ Tale by Memesis, the dramatics society of Daulat Ram College, speaks of women empowerment, the making of myths, and ecofeminism. The University of Delhi’s...

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Dastangoi: The Experience

I had the privilege of watching Dastangoi by Mahmood Farooqui and Danish Hussain for the very first time, some eight or nine years back. It seldom happens after watching...

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Absurdly “Realistic Stereotypes”

Whenever college students are depicted in movies, you have to take it with a grain of salt. They are generally depicted as 25-to-30-year-olds never studying or attending...

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A Review of Mukkabaaz

Directed by the brilliant Anurag Kashyap, starring talented actors like Vineet Kumar Singh along with Jimmy Shergill, Mukkabaaz had set itself up to high expectations....

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Book Review: I am Divine, So are You

Many would argue that our gender-equality oriented culture is prominently an on-going matter. It is very off-setting for the youth who openly recognise themselves as...