Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye

November 17th 2000, my distant cousin Sunil was sipping tea. He was asking my mother if I could assist him in marriage video shooting. The answer was obvious ‘No’. I went to watch Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye. The film showcased marriage video making profession to be glamorous. The talkative characters reminded me 1968 Brahmachari.Continue reading “Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaaye”

Diego Maradona

1986, Diego changed the fate of the game. Soccer became famous in all continents. His charisma reign yesterday, today and tomorrow. Diego played for country, Argentina was his family. People loved Diego over their broken dreams, lost hope and devastated life. Millions soccer fans are broke in tears with the news. I remember when DiegoContinue reading “Diego Maradona”


An early winter morning, sun is orange, rising and road is covered with fog. I admire the ritual of paperboys, the way they deliver newspapers. A tea joint and chuckles of morning walkers, I overheard several subjects, range from home to hospitals, economy to election and politics to publicity. They were enthusiastically sharing opinions andContinue reading “STORM IN A CUP OF TEA”

SP Balasubrahmanyam Drabble 4

Bollywood was unknown for well-build body of a hero. It is Salman Khan who came in 90s but to choose a singer for him as a playback was challenge. SPB proved to be a perfect for Salman Khan. Maine Pyar Kiya a legendary film. The voice of SPB sound so unique that Bollywood music loversContinue reading “SP Balasubrahmanyam Drabble 4”

Luke Combs, “Six Feet Apart”

An American country singer who is known for his famous number ‘Hurricane’ wrote this song and struck a chord with fans. Luck Combs wrote this song with Brent Cobb and Rob Snyder. It was a mutual feeling and they expressed it on video conference. Next day the song is made and released online. We can listenContinue reading “Luke Combs, “Six Feet Apart””

Bon Jovi – Do What You Can

Covid-19 – Sometime adverse conditions shape your creativity. Bon Jovi opened his community restaurants to all needy people. He distributed free food. It was his attempt to fight Covid-19. His wife took his snap while he was helping the needy people. He just reacted to one fellow, ‘do what you can’ and there came thisContinue reading “Bon Jovi – Do What You Can”

Hugo by Martin Scorsese

It is 1931 INT. TRAIN STATION — TUNNELS – DAY Hugo’s secret world. He moves quickly up and down spiral staircases … ducking through tiny openings … swerving in and out of dark passages … up and down, back and forth… Like an elaborate game of Chutes and Ladders. He finally stops. Peers through anotherContinue reading “Hugo by Martin Scorsese”

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 2019

It was first day first show, I was longing to watch this film. There were news and articles about this film but the nothing was clear. Quentin Tarantino declared this film is dedicated to Hollywood of 60s. I remember how the decade of 60s changed the world. Apolo landing on moon, air travel, Woodstock, RockContinue reading “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 2019”