Archive for the ‘Review’ Category

Shantaram

25Mar09

Its time to do something on my blog other than changing the themes around ….So here I come on my blog again. I think I’m more of a free-lancer at heart than a committed blogger, I dont want to write when I dont feel like, and I dont want to feel bad about it either. […]


This post serves a dual purpose. First, It does the post that Manpreet had tagged me with, a long time ago, and second it reviews the book, not in an exhaustive way though. Tag: Take up the book closest at hand, open page 123 and write the lines six, seven and eight. Normally I keep […]


I thought (and argued) Life could never be as interesting as fiction. But after reading Three Cups of Tea, I’m afraid I’d have to say I was wrong. It describes how a single person can change the world, yes that isn’t an overstatement. How a single person can change the world. It’s about Greg Mortenson, […]


The Namesake

07Apr07

I finally watched the much critically acclaimed The Namesake. Identity crisis is something that keeps coming like an unwanted pop-up all the time. And if you live in a country of which you are not a citizen, it comes, stays and makes you feel strange when you dont have it with you. Im not gonna […]


Dhoom – 2

03Dec06

My first review on a movie. I watched the much anticipated Dhoom – 2 yesterday after getting tired of the excitement i go thru everyday whenever i watch its poster on my desktop. The movie starts with a breathtaking skydive cum theft venture of the supercool thief of the movie Hrithik Roshan. That immediately followed […]


I completed the book i always wanted to read. The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy, a semi biography of a syrian christian family set in the village of Ayemenen in Kerala, India. Winner of the Booker prize. The story starts with the unison of two separated twins (two-egged twins) and then lurches back […]