Continuing on the path to discover more beautiful works of art internationally, I have ventured upon a classic in cinema and my first Italian movie- The Conformist. Title: Il Conformista (The Conformist) Country of origin: Italy Language: Italian Directed by: Bernardo Bettolucci Screenplay: Bernardo Bettolucci Based on: The Conformist by Alberto Moravia Starring: Jean Louis […]Read More The Global Kaleidoscope+Old is Gold : The Conformist
I usually maintain a Google sheet where I note down all the posts that are in the ‘workshop’ and the ones I have done. Just scrolled past it and realized that the last post I published was my hundredth post. Hundred! Can’t believe I actually wrote 100 posts really! I never really look at stats […]Read More 💯 Posts! #Blog_goals
You must be wondering what this is right? For those who have read the past few posts of mine, would know that I have started quite a number of running series on my blog, in my attempt to categorise things on my blog. This series was something I thought of much before I thought of […]Read More Let’s Meet: Lee Min Ho
I am back with another edition of the Indian Kaleidoscope. This time, it’s about a movie with a very interesting plotline that gives us a lot of food for thought on many things. Things that make humans as humans- love, compassion, the bond between parent and child. It’s an interesting theme showed with an interesting […]Read More The Indian Kaleidoscope: Deiva Thirumagal (God’s Daughter)
While I have a running series on my blog, called ‘The Indian Kaleidoscope’ where I run through an amazing array of Indian films. It’s not surprising that movies around the world in different languages are so varied as well. Which is why I am starting and will be continuing this series called ‘The Global Kaleidoscope’. […]Read More The Global Kaleidoscope: Back to the 90s
I came across this rather interesting thing on the internet the other day. I really don’t know the source as I just read it along in a hurry and I really can’t remember anymore. But whatever the case, all credits and whatsoever to the person who had the thought. You guys might have read this […]Read More What if- #Muse
I’ve always been an avid reader and I used to love to write from when I was very young. I actually wrote way more than how I do now , but of course I had lots more free time then! 😁😁😁 He called me and told me he found a poem I wrote, when I […]Read More Look what my dad found!
Many of us always mention about how important it is to do things that go back to the society. Many of us do not realise sometimes how blessed we are to live like this no matter what difficulty comes. When we do realise it it is when we see and do things in person. Today […]Read More We are the D.R.I.V.E. !
After a certain delay in arranging some things that arose in life I am back with another post. And this is another edition of the Indian Kaleidoscope. If you need any further reason to read this post, then I can tell you this. This is a true story. Even though you may not believe it, […]Read More The Indian Kaleidoscope: Ennu Ninte Moideen (Yours Truly,Moideen)
I have recently got to having the posts on my blog categorised as features. So far I have done features like ‘Double features’ ,’The Book Club’ and ‘It’s called Hallyu’ Being an Indian and being a blogger especially one who blogs on movies and stuff can never not include Indian movies. Indian movies range across […]Read More The Indian Kaleidoscope + Old Is Gold : Anjali (1990)