Audience is now drifting and is drifting for good. From television, now the entertainment's new destination is YouTube. Great actors who are not so famous are now appearing on YouTube and are doing fabulously well. For the first time, we can see writers working really hard and coming out with great works. Web Series is … Continue reading Review of Rise (Web Series) by Cheers!
Parents dream, children suffer; that's not a new story to hear in India. Education industry is booming, just because of this reason only. I was an IIT aspirant as well (Thankfully not because of the parent's pressure, I chose to be the one) and have spent an year in Kota. The atmosphere, the aura of … Continue reading ‘Laakhon Mein Ek’ – Web Series Review
As everyone else, i was excited to read another adventure of Robert Langdon and hence pre ordered the book months ago. The concept and the blurb of the book promised to deliver yet another path breaking story but Dan Brown had something, totally different to deliver this time. Release date arrived and the moment I … Continue reading ‘Origin’ by Dan Brown – Book Review
Author Amit Singh when approached me for the review of his book, I was little skeptical. The reason being that the book was a poetry book in Hindi but then I saw the cover page of the book and the title. It was pure magic. I had to pick it up. But I'll not rate … Continue reading
Ratings: Cover: 5/5 (Would love to give more. This is one of the best cover I have ever seen) Language: 5/5 Overall: 5/5 Review: I have read so many books in this genre but when I picked this book up; I knew I’ll get to read something different. First look at the cover and you … Continue reading The Front Page Murders – Book Review
Ratings: Cover: 4/5 Language: 4/5 Story: 4/5 Overall: 4/5 Review: The best murder mysteries are those which leave the reader asking for more and let him guess till the very end. The thirsty reader should always be able to see the mirage in his walk. That’s how Salil Desai has written his novel 3 and … Continue reading 3 and a half Murders – Book Review