Are we? Let’s analyze it by taking a situation. Last evening, I got a call from my junior whom I have never met. Of course, before that he messaged me asking for some help and as a despiser of long talk over chat, I requested to call me up. For the first few minutes of… Read More Are We Too Shy to Say ‘Hi’?
With this article, I would like to stress on two points: 1) Why not following the trends for your creative work is completely fine. 2) Your creativity shouldn’t be the slave of audiences’ expectations and understandings. 3) You do not need to be the best Prologue Before I start pouring my over-the-top-of-my-head thoughts and baffling… Read More Hey Artist, Go Berserk with Your Creation
If you think that the clown often goes berserk with no motives, then, my dear friend, you’ve never understood a clown. Their behaviour and thinking about the world are similar to any humans, except for one fact: They Accepted Failure. Not only accept, but they sometimes celebrate! That’s my understanding of a clown from my… Read More A Quick Memory Scan of A Clown
Here’s my spoiler-free review of the latest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Infinity War. If you liked this video please share and subscribe for more regular updates on movie (Hollywood & Bollywood) reviews. Thanks.
Check out my review of Ready Player One Directed by Steven Spielberg. This is my first ever video review of any movie. Let me know in the comment section what do you think about this movie and feel free to say if you have any suggestions for this channel. For more interesting stuffs, please follow… Read More Ready Player One Movie Review: Video
On a Monday morning of March 19 around 4 o’clock, I was writing a letter sharing my experience of making my first short film – XYZ. We had a small screening (Called it a premiere) on my friend’s house for the cast & crew members and a few friends. From that time, I was asked… Read More O Filmmaking, Where Did You Find Me?
No, this is not a fairy tale. This is the same world which is shown through the eyes of Greta Gerwig. The only difference is that the movie Lady Bird doesn’t fall in the category of women victimized in the patriarchy world. So it happened. A woman writer writes a tale to describe exactly what… Read More Lady Bird: A World through Women’s Eyes