Monthly Archives: May 2013

HOHO Delhi Bus Ride: My best Mother’s Day present

  If there’s anyone who matters to me more than the God Almighty it’s my mother. My mother has been a very special woman for me. Not only because she gave me birth but also because she singlehandedly raised me … Continue reading

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Musings of a Poet – Guest Post

This article is contributed by my friend and ex-colleague, Prabhakar Bhardwaj. Prabhakar has a rare gift for conjuring up thought-provoking poetry. An IT professional by chance and a poet by choice, Prabhakar knows well how to play with words. His mystical … Continue reading

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Broken Embraces (2009): Pedro Almodóvar’s homage to filmmaking

Broken Embraces is a 2009 romantic-drama-cum-thriller film directed by celebrated Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar. The movie stars Penélope Cruz, Lluís Homar, Blanca Portillo, and José Luis Gómez in pivotal roles. A haunting tale of love, Pedro Almodóvar ‘s Broken Embraces … Continue reading

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10 Great Web Sources for Movie Buffs: A list of must visit film blogs/sites for every cineaste

In this post I will be talking about 10 amazing film blogs/sites that I feel every cinephile should include in his/her reading list. Each one of them is replete with high quality content dealing with films and related stuff that … Continue reading

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DSM Memories: Confessions of a Critic

Two years back yours truly had started a magical journey with five dozen other strangers and today it seems to be nearing its culmination point. But, those five dozen or so strangers are no longer strangers. In these two years, … Continue reading

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Satyajit Ray’s Mini-Biography and All Time Best Films

A Potpourri of Vestiges pays tribute to the legendary Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray on the Occasion of his 92nd Birthday.  Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray, the father of Indian neo-realistic cinema,  is widely regarded as one of the greatest auteurs of … Continue reading

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