Director: Neeraj Ghaywan Screenplay and Lyrics: Varun Grover Acting: Richa Chadda (Devi), Vicky Kaushal (Deepak), Shweta Tiwari (Shalu) Sanjay Mishra (Vidhyadhar, Devi's father) "Masaan", in Hindi language is the place where dead bodies are cremated. In Hinduism, after people die they are taken to a place,often the place is beside a river, bodies are burned… Continue reading Lights! Camera! Re-Action! #1: Masaan (2015)
A film is the mass media that uses visual and auditory stimulus at once and impacts the audience greatly. Films should have the plot and the story and the message that makes people think.
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What is more terrifying than an upcoming marriage? Perhaps even planning a certain special event can fill you with unease? Two couples embarking on the adventure of an upcoming wedding find themselves at a place that caters toward those sorts of events. However, the events hosted here tend to have a flair for the bizarre,… Continue reading Review #29:- Perchance Inn by Kirk McCall
Hello everyone. This year just passed. Looking back this year was bittersweet for me. 2018 opened before me some opportunities and also put me through some very complicated choices. I learnt quite a few lessons. I had to pay some price for them though. One of them is to choose my own happiness over all… Continue reading Happy New Year
Hello everyone! Yes I'm posting after an era. Another year is coming to an end. 2018 just passed with the blink of an eye. I couldn't even count when it passed. And now we have another year coming. To day is another Christmas. So I wish everyone to have a very Merry Christmas. Have a … Continue reading Merry Christmas
A compilation of 10 short stories from the twisted mind of James D Armstrong. Some familiar concepts as well as some new. The Author - Have those he's mistreated in the past, with his writing come back to haunt him. Mirror Mirror - Have you wondered if there's another dimension behind that mirror, just out… Continue reading Review #28:- Do You Dare? by James D Armstrong
Kevin Missal is a 21 year old graduate from St. Stephen’s College, who has written four novels till now ranging from crime to mythology to horror. He had written his first book at the age of 14, which was released by the Chief Minister of Delhi. His second book was written at the age of… Continue reading Author Interview: Kevin Missal
Today I'm thrilled to reveal the cover of Satyayoddha Kalki: Eye of Brahma (Book 2) After a defeat at the hands of Lord Kali, Kalki Hari must journey towards the Mahendragiri mountains with his companions to finally become the avatar he is destined to be. But the road ahead is not without peril . .… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Satyayoddha Kalki: Eye of Brahma (Book 2)
Today I'm presenting blog tour of Almost an Author by Susan Tarr. When a chance meeting with a local publisher outside a small bookshop results in all three of her manuscripts being signed, Ruby Wright thinks she has it made. Already she sees images of herself wearing dark glasses, being mobbed by fans clamouring… Continue reading Blog Tour:- Almost an Author by Susan Tarr