Review: The Legend of Laxmi Prasad

Twinkle Khanna for the second time brings anecdotal stories inspired from her own life experiences. She also writes about stories she’s come across in her daily life, which is very simple but have a certain tasteful flavour of humility and simplicity. This quality to her writing and her books make them a quick, enjoyable, ‘i finished it in one day’ kind of a read. 

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An Unequal Harmony – Light Read, Yet On A Serious Subject!

A story revolving around Siddharth, Anshuman and Reva, An Unequal Harmony is Souvik Gupta’s debut novel. Despite being a debut attempt, it is a decent and honest attempt. The cover of this book, as you’ll might have already noticed, is no less than a movie poster! Thus adding to the predicament of reading or not reading…

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…

Book Review: Past Perfect – Emotional!

When we pick a book to check if it would interest us, we tend to read the description first and then check its cover. This time we did the same but hardly did we know that the book would be as emotional as its cover. Author Anna Varghese allows the reader to enter in to…

Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest

Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest, will be participating in the ‘Culture Grind’ the monthly art discovery evening held at Bandra Base. Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest will showcase Food Tales, dramatized readings, food-centric poetry and prose pieces between 9 -10:00 pm on 9th November at Culture Grind. During the performance, actors Dilnaz Irani,…

Book Review: DADA- Back To College!

Have you ever heard of a person who has: –          Never followed rules –          Never respected the education system –          Always cheated –          Always manipulated …But still believed in dreams and made it big? Meet DADA! 🙂 We recently happened to read Vibhor Tikiya’s debut book, DADA. Vibhor, a second rank holder in Electrical Communication…

Book Review: Everyone Can Cook – Literally!

So we’ve been busy doing a liberating task. That’s right, cooking! This time we are going to share unique recipes with you which anyone can make. What’s best about it is that they are all exotic 😉 Before we do that, don’t you want to know how we got these recipes? Here’s the thing, ‘Everyone…