Thanos – The almost Hero of Avengers: Infinity War – Part II – Tidbits

Read Part 1 here. Shown as a flashback, when Thanos lands at Zen-Whoberi, the home planet of Gamora, he separates the population in the group of two. Only one group will live to see the next day. &… READ HERE: Thanos – The almost Hero of Avengers: Infinity War – Part II – Tidbits Advertisements Continue reading Thanos – The almost Hero of Avengers: Infinity War – Part II – Tidbits

Thanos – The almost Hero of Avengers: Infinity War – Part I – Tidbits

When we are watching an action-hero Hollywood flick we expect its villains to be unidimensional. Their aim being some-kind of destruction of the world. And this need for destruction is a result of … READ HERE: Thanos – The almost Hero of Avengers: Infinity War – Part I – Tidbits Continue reading Thanos – The almost Hero of Avengers: Infinity War – Part I – Tidbits

A Life With You – Tidbits

I’m, dreaming of a life with you. A life far away in the woods. In a house, made of more love than bricks. Filled with alluring fragrance of the flowers that we hand-pick. Adjacent to, a forest humming with exotic life. Crooning and murmuring that would continue for each day and every night. Looking over, a burbling turquoise-blue stream. Humming the songs of eternal calmness as it  dribbles through the grey … Continue reading A Life With You – Tidbits

How to read more books – Kickstarting the reading habit (Strategy #1) – Tidbits

When I read over sixty novels last year, published it as a list, and shared my learnings from this experience as a blog post, I was bombarded with questions about how did I managed to read over six… Source: How to read more books – Kickstarting the reading habit (Strategy #1) – Tidbits Continue reading How to read more books – Kickstarting the reading habit (Strategy #1) – Tidbits

Why Writing habit is difficult to cultivate

Like hundred times before, I resolve to write every day from today. I woke up early, got fresh and bathed. Cleaned the room. Had lightest of the breakfasts. And then when I could find no other chore as an excuse to delay the work of writing, I took out my notebook and pen, plopped on the chair and started writing. It had been a long … Continue reading Why Writing habit is difficult to cultivate

Movie Review – Secret Superstar

 There are two rules I strictly follow when it comes to Bollywood.   First, skip all the movies that have anything to do with Salman Khan. No matter how good the reviews are. Or how big the claims his ardent fans are making about the movie. Or even if I’m totally free and have nothing else to do on the release week. Simply don’t watch … Continue reading Movie Review – Secret Superstar