Book Review: The Curse of Anuganga by Harini Srinivasan

I like historical fiction a lot, as it gives us a totally different perspective on the history we read in our school. They normally do open a new window to that period, in which the novel was set. So when #Blogchatter was looking for reviewers for “The Curse of Anuganga“, Read more…

Book Review: Along came A Spyder by Apeksha Rao

After reading Apeksha’s first novella “Itsy Bitsy Spyder”, I just couldn’t stop myself from grabbing the opportunity to read the “Along Came A Spyder” when BlogChatter approached me for a review. I thought that, as I am still having Samira in my mind along with her witty and sassy remarks, Read more…

Book Review: “The Network” by Margaret Lomas

“The Network” is the story of a Journalist Samantha (Sam). This story revolves around her career and personal life. The reader gets a peek into how “The Network” in the media industry works and how a news clip would be shown in this book. Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Thriller Publisher: Lomas Read more…

Book Review – Kinstugi A Novel byAnukrti Upadhyay

Kintsugi is the Japanese art form of mending the broken objects with gold. And, Kintsugi A Novel is about mending the broken hearts/relationships with time. This book is a nice attempt to bring out the beauty of human relationships and the different personality traits each individual exhibits when their hearts Read more…

Blog Tour | Hema Bisht’sBook – Tum Tak

It’s a great pleasure for me to participate in the Blog Tour for Hema Bisht’s book, Tum Tak. It’s been ages since I read a Hindi book in pure Hindi. It took me some time to understand it and once I got into the flow the book just spoke to Read more…

Book Review: Sapphire by Sophie Lark

This is my first read of the Author and was in fact little skeptical for picking up her book. But she got me hooked right from the first page. I like books with strong female protagonists and Lex (Alexa) has matched my expectations with her sass and the multiple layers Read more…

Book Review: The Itsy Bitsy Spyder by Apeskha Rao

An interesting mysteries and spy thrillers with a teenage girl as the main protagonist is a wonderful combination. I am pulled into this book, The Itsy Bitsy Spyder, right from the first page as Samira (Sam) got me hooked with her quirky out of the box humor and thinking. Genre: Read more…

Customized Entertainment pack just for you – ZEE5 Club pack

The lockdown due to the COVID pandemic, from the last few months, is leaving everyone restless. Staying cooped up at home from the last four months is no easy task. Though the country is slowly opening with the new Unlock 2.0, it’s difficult to roam around as freely as earlier Read more…

My Parenting Lessons from the movie Pareeksha

Last weekend, we watched the Pareeksha movie on ZEE5.  This movie stands true to the pre-movie trailer, in fact, it exceeds the trailer by several nautches. This movie is one of the best movies that shows the current day’s Education system.  One can learn several Parenting lessons from the movie Pareeksha, which is a hard-hitting family movie.   Read more…

Pareeksha – talking about real travails of the Indian Education system

ZEE5, in order to capture and retain its current number 1 position in the video streaming platforms as the family-based entertainer has decided to release a host of original movies in the month of August. Pareeksha is one such long-awaited movie, which takes the tough take on the Indian Education Read more…

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