It might come as a surprise to you if I tell you that Bhansali's most under appreciated drama till date is de facto by far his best work of art. The most ironical thing about Guzaarish is that even though it is about the protagonist of the drama filing a petition for killing himself, despite … Continue reading Guzaarish
An ancient landscape, corpses of an entire dynasty, laying its foundation, as green grass washes the forgotten red that once glorified the battle grounds of Hampi, and the beauty is born out of misery, and the pain leads to gratification, the bad becomes good, and over the years, generations of humanity destroyed, breeds again from … Continue reading Hymn of the ruins.
If you're wondering about the title, it's the haunting voice of kid Kurt form the movie Kurt Cobain : Montage of Heck. I remember getting real hooked when I first heard 'Rape Me' and all of a sudden Nirvana became a badge of symbolism in my life. First time I read about Kurt was when I … Continue reading I’m Kurt Cobain.
I woke up today and plugged my earphones for a random song. Life has been difficult lately because of my career choices, relationships gone extremely wrong, inability to be good at the thing I think I can do best, social awkwardness, personality alterations as a result of moving to a new place, etc. Sometimes the … Continue reading Hoppípolla
From being Nirvana’s ex-drummer to being Foo Fighters' frontman, the man who used Grammy as a doorstop, Dave Grohl, has been a remarkable example of musician who switched bands along with their instruments and still made it big. Dropping out of school at seventeen, Grohl started his career as a drummer for an underground band … Continue reading In your honor
Well if something can speak to you, it is the moment when music hits you, and it does every time when there’s Eddie’s vocal behind the mike. His voice does speak for every one of us out there. Listen to the entire album Into the Wild by him irrespective of whether you have watched the … Continue reading Into the Wild.
She left me in the middle of the nothing, to let me feed on my pain of losing her. It felt like drinking hot brimmed sugar free black coffee on a Monday morning at office instead of a glass of wine at a rooftop cafe on Sunday evening with a beautiful woman. It felt dejected … Continue reading A dance with African Cape Buffaloes
I don't understand if this is a never ending party or a fucked up suffering that I'm in at the moment. If it's a party, I don't like parties and if it's a suffering, unfortunately I have grown comfortable with that. I left my last rented house in the city of Bangalore three days ago and I … Continue reading My last home.
A fire of desire is what our love is. You the yellow and I the blue flame, shielding you from the crust, love, I’m the skin you wear, and anyone may it be, I’ll fucking burn away, if try getting near you. We are lost souls, aren't we? Ignited by the winds of love lust, … Continue reading In light my dove, in dark my love.
It would not be wrong to say that the music industry would have been entirely different today if David Bowie was not born. In his career span of over five decades, Bowie had influenced the musicians not just in their art, but also in their personality. Many musicians that we come across today would agree … Continue reading My David don’t you worry, this cold world is not for you.