Al-Critique, Al-Connoisseur

Movie: Aiyaary- A Review

Watched on: April 18, 2018 Directed by: Neeraj Pandey. Friday Films. Hindi. Manoj Bajpayee, Siddharth Malhotra, Rakul Preet Singh, Anupam Kher, Nasiruddin Shah Although appealing and promising a lot of things, the film vaguely tries to achieve an overtly-philosophical plane,... Continue Reading →


Starting the Popsugar Reading Challenge

April 03, 2018 This year has been wasteful in the reading section. I have merely dallied with a few Audiobooks and Comics, and I have come nowhere close to completing my expectations for 2018. Therefore, not wishing to stay too... Continue Reading →

Lal Rangee Sapne

This is a poem of any society, anywhere. There is a deep anguish within my soul, for I fear that we are failing, falling, beyond grace, beyond redemption. We are going away from our families. We are getting away from... Continue Reading →


I deeply condemn the venomous atrocities with the little girl committed in the state of Kashmir. I will pray to the almighty to provide solace to the bereaved family. May god grant you peace, my dear little sister. May you... Continue Reading →

The Harrower

April 04,2018 Lord Hanuman is always potrayed as a Devotee, a Disciple and a Bramhachari. In very few cases, I have seen a crossover to give him an almost demonic lookover, with overflowing anger and sinewy structure.  He is, of... Continue Reading →

After Watching Hajime No Ippo 

April 01-04,2018 It was a blur, actually. I came back to senses after finishing Season Three.  I have been craving for sometime to watch a few worthwhile anime on topics of my interest. While surfing upon the colossal space of... Continue Reading →

The Axis of the storm

March 30, 2018 Lightening storms, with me are often synonymous with rage and raw power. The way it cuts through the sky is almost terrifying. There is much more to it than raw power, however. It means, with me, the... Continue Reading →

The Awakening.

The first of the invader men descended upon the world unknown hitherto, of forests and big mammals, and there was light. This light was the light of the thousand ships that came with them, and their canine pets in steel... Continue Reading →

Boiler Room- A Review

March 30, 2018 Genre: Financial Thriller Ben Affleck, Vin Diesel A go-to-be-rich typical wall-streeter with usual brackish financing scams and people wishing to put through their morals to become filthy-richer.  All put aside, the best part is regurgitation of Gordon... Continue Reading →

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