Who Says That Mumbai Is A City That Never Sleeps- #SleepingInMumbai

When one first hears the word ‘Mumbai’, this is what comes to one’s mind…Mumbai- A city of dreams…Mumbai monsoons…26th July, 2005…26th November, 2008…and finally….Mumbai- The city that never sleeps… We thought the same, until we came across Filip Jedraszak’s Tumblr Blog. Filip Jedraszak set out on a mission to take pictures of napping Mumbaikars all across the…

Food Review: Versova Koli Seafood Festival

Next to the ‘up-market’ Yari road in Versova, is one of the un-sung heritages of Mumbai, the Vesave (pronounced: Ve sa ve) Village – Home to around 15000 Kolis, Mumbai’s fisher flock community.  What caught our eyes and found all this worth mentioning in this post was the sudden ‘real-estate + culture shift’ you experience…

Movie Review: Jai Ho – Good But Not As Good!

Yeah we just said that it is a good watch! We did enjoy it, not because we like Salman but we thought the movie was well thought. It was equally off-track as well, we admit! The movie has a cause that it promotes out-and-out in the movie. Salman being the ‘human’ that he is has…

Book Review: On A Clear Day You Can See India

When we received the book we had our own reservations about it. We feared that the book may be a replica of English, August. Our fear was confirmed when we began the book, although the book is not an exact replica. It is different but similar at the same time. The author C. Balagopal has…

Movie Review: Dedh Ishqiya – Way More Gorgeous Than Its Predecessor!

Our expectations were sky high from Abhishek Chaubey’s second directorial venture Dedh Ishqiya (first one was Ishqiya) mainly because one of the most successful actors in Hindi cinema and the ‘Dhak-Dhak’ girl – Madhuri Dixit-Nene was part of it. Also because the first part of the franchise was a critically acclaimed film; Abhishek Chaubey couldn’t…

Movie Review: Dhoom 3 – All And Only Amir!

The Dhoom franchise has returned with the latest Dhoom 3, with none other than the perfectionist Amir Khan. Dhoom 3 lives up to the expectations of an action movie and its predecessors but in some parts it seems like you’re watching a tollywood (Movies made in South India) action film; especially the entry of Abhishek…