It’s been twenty days since my last post. 20 days filled with travelling, reading and writing (in my personal diary). Over the last twenty days, I visited 14 different cities (a family trip to Europe + a trip to Hyderabad) and have a lot of things to write about. I documented my experiences during the… Continue reading Free writing session – Home
It’s been ages since I had met, my oldest best friend, there was a time when we were inseparable, and when our dreams would run in parallel I would dream about opening a business and becoming rich, He would talk about travelling the world and creating art, Still we were friends together until the last… Continue reading Meeting an old friend [poem]
Interesting question isn’t it? At school all of us meet a few select people who seem to have everything going for them. They are smart, they speak well, they get top grades and are loved by both teachers and parents. The rest of us at times admire and at other times envy this top bunch… Continue reading Why toppers don’t open startups?
I just came back from watching “Dil Dhadakne do” [Let the heart beat] and let me tell you, this movie should be placed right next to the likes of Golmaal 2, Happy New Year and Tashan. It’s the classic case of a poor script wrapped up with a lot of glitz and glam presented to… Continue reading Why [most] Bollywood movies are like McDonald’s burgers
I always knew it would be a tough ask to write a complete story/novel but I had no idea it would be this tough. How tough you ask? Well, you will have to try it out yourself to get the exact idea but I will try my best to give you a rough idea. Imagine you’re trying to… Continue reading How tough is it to write a story/novel?
Have you ever wondered about the number of decisions we have to make each and every day? Every morning we have to decide when to wake up, what to eat, what to wear, whether to take the car/bus/auto/walk, whom to talk, what task to do, where to have lunch, etc, etc. Whether to continue living… Continue reading A decisive world
So, I wrote yesterday about certain ideas people who are looking to improve their skills can implement (refer: A bucket full of sweat). One of them was for writers who are trying to create their own fictitious world/come up with an amazing storyline. The idea, in short, was to write a series of blogposts on… Continue reading The world of wackadoos
I am guessing not many of you would’ve watched the movie, “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag”. It’s a movie about an Indian athlete named Milkha Singh, who was one of the first Indians with a chance to win an olympic gold in track sports for our coutry. Milkha failed to achieve his dream but he won the… Continue reading A bucket full of sweat
I just read an amazing article here. Go ahead and read it before you continue. For only then will you even remotely understand the kind of delinquent talk I am going to put forth in front of you. One of the biggest reasons why psychology isn’t considered a science is because it isn’t self-refuting. In… Continue reading The dreamer generation or the delusional generation?
All of us have grown up watching movies. Well some of us watched more movies than others but at the end of the day, we all have seen movies. And we all have seen movies where at the start, the hero just isn’t good enough. He gets beaten by the bad guys, laughed at by… Continue reading How Bollywood distorts perception of hard work