This week, I said goodbye to my magazines’ collection. I had bunch of some old editions of National Geographic, Lonely Planet, The New Yorker and The Rolling Stone magazines. As the space is the constant issue, I had to choose between some books and these magazines and I guess you all know by now how… Read More That Rolling Stone Magazine ! ( Do you collect Magazines? )
Haruki Murakami knows how to choose an attractive book tittles. At least that is true for two of his books that I have read. Norwegian Wood is inspired by The Beatles song by the same name from their famous album Rubber Soul. The sitar by George Harrison and song-writing of John Lennon makes it an… Read More Late but due entry in Murakami’s World
I don’t know about most of the people, but my favorite scene of the movie The Social Network was the end credits. Not because I didn’t like rest of the movie, it was a fine movie and brilliant screenplay, but it was the song “Baby, you are a rich Man ” that made me jump… Read More My Favorite movies featuring the Beatles
Biopics are one of the toughest kinds of movie to make. The pressure of accuracy, the promise of drama, and handful of entertainment are very important ingredients of a Biopic. Though Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh (or even Silk Smitha) and others has been glorified in the few biopics made in India and aboard, I wonder why… Read More Indian Personalities Who Deserve a Biopic (Part I)
We all love music and we all want to know about our favorite music idols. Though we always have an option of Coffee Table books and biographies but nothing beats the ease of watching a movie. Making a movie on Rock stars is not an easy job. Most of them have controversial lifestyle and too… Read More The best movies on The Music Idols
I feel so blessed to find a band which just has a song for every moment of life. When I am happy, sad, lonely, disturbed, awed, angered, or any damn emotion, The Fab Four has a song to sing for me. Here are My Beatles song for the moments : 1. School- time… Read More Keep Calm and Love The Beatles
Remember the time when we use to have an inbox full with emails from friends, distance relative, cousins, in-laws and others. Not just some random forwarded stuff but long emails with loads of questions, clarifications, blessings, stories about life in their end, random flirts, stories from work and school etc. Now it seems everything has… Read More I miss those Emails!!