The rat and the Landlord.

Have you ever heard the story of the rat and the lethal landlord? Well, it is about a hungry rat and a belligerent house owner. Every night when the lights went off, the rat being hungry would stealthily sneak into the owner’s kitchen, eat most of the edibles, and destroy the inedible. To avoid this,... Continue Reading →


The pink of college

I have taken my medications for the day and I turned off my lights. I'm back home on leave and It is 7 pm in the evening. An idea. An old one. I picked up my phone and I went to PlayMusic app and typed Pink Floyd. I selected all songs of the artists and... Continue Reading →


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 →

Hymn of the ruins.

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 →

I’m Kurt Cobain.

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 →

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