Immortalem

Never will I know how the rain felt that evening, Lovers hand wrapt in gaiety, a silent smile appears The tears dribbling in harmony with tales of yesterday gone astray the smoke of the burnt cigarette ascending the misty dusk, Never will I know how the rain felt that evening the roadside vendor’s melancholy muddled…

Reliving Kabuliwala

When you read a short story you came out a little more aware,a little more in love with the world around you. – George Saunders. On a crisp winter afternoon when the sun is shrinking into the fade blue profundity of the unknown, I witnessed a retelling of the timeless classic of Rabindranath Tagore, ‘Kabuliwala’-…

Changing trends in Indian Cinema.

If the film is simple..you can include a hundred details..that create the illusion of actuality better. -Satyajit Ray Cinema could be referred as the ‘bread and toast’ of Indian audience,with one of the vast and expanded film industry in the world , it reaches upto 1.2 billion Indians to the world outside this continent. If…