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Shaandaar: Royal Blues

By on October 24, 2015

Reading Time: 6 minutes Many years ago, I had a “lucky” shirt. Royal blue in color, I came to realize in hindsight, that this was one of those statistically superstitious artefact that proved itself time and again of how much I needed it, and not for sartorial reasons. You know how this works. You wear a shirt (or a […]


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Bridge Of Spies: The Humane Exchange Program

By on October 18, 2015

Reading Time: 6 minutes A quick quiz to exercise your vision on patriotism and betrayal: let’s say there’s this RAW agent who is embedded in Pakistan, carrying out espionage on India’s behalf. Completely dedicated to our country’s cause, he’s a thorough gentleman in every sense, a well-behaved citizen in Pakistan, but stealing information from there to pass on to […]

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Jazbaa: The Beauty and The Feast

By on October 11, 2015

Reading Time: 5 minutes Let’s say there’s this new restaurant in town. It’s being hosted and launched by a gorgeous restaurateur, who’s been out of circulation for a while now. To help her launch this new effort are Michelin star chefs, who are known to be on top of their game all their careers. So, with some excitement and […]

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Talvar: Two Sides Of a Razor’s Edge

By on October 4, 2015

Reading Time: 6 minutes Suppose you are a writer. Suppose you want to write a script on a murder case that shook the nation’s imagination, comfort, and questioned the very defined rules for middle class folks. Suppose the case you write on is still in courts. And suppose in all of this, the nation’s citizens have already passed their […]

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