Randy Orton’s affiliation with Evolution made him who he is.
His “Legend Killer” persona made him shrewd enough to know which mistakes not to make as a legend, while he was already equipped to reach that status. Continue reading “Reviewing Randy Orton’s legacy with families.”
Saurav Fn Ganguly crashes a man’s wedding because he claims he bought gold for his daughter’s wedding from a Rajasthan craftsmen. Which he did buy from. But zyaadatar gold ki kaarigari Kolkata mein ki jaati hai so fuck you father of to-be-married daughter and your false claims. Continue reading “Zyaadatar ads zyaadatar paaye gaye hue insights pe based hai…”
It’s strange how you need some foreign celebrities to tell you to save water in your own country.
Our Prime Minister makes an appearance (via video-conference) agreeing with the lack of amenities and how together through commercial means we can tackle those issues.
Continue reading “Reviewing the need for ‘Global Citizen’”
Some fodder for a naive mind.
As we all know, JIO was the new it thing late last year when they announced affordable 4G data plans with free calling forever for users who were struggling for MBs with their 3G data providers.
But that wasn’t the highlight of the deal. Continue reading “Reviewing the benefits of not using JIO.”
Movies are often guilty of being too different from their trailers and usually end up disappointing movie-goers.
Passengers is exactly the opposite of that. The movie is guilty of being too much like the trailer.
Continue reading “Passengers (2017) Review: Give it a Pass.”
So I recently got to attend a web series seminar by TVF where they were talking about their rise and dominance in the seemingly impenetrable web content market of India.
A lot of things said and shown there were impressive and aspirational. How a rejected show idea by MTV led a group of individuals to build an empire. An empire that rose out of mocking MTV’s Roadies (rowdies qtiyapa.) Continue reading “WTvF: Tripling’s mostly trippin’ when they ain’t sniffin’”
“Humara Sidhant hai, khadi gaadi ko passenger nahi milta, chalti gaadi ko hi milta hai” says Guptaji, who’s been an auto driver for 17 years.
On a ride back home on the eve of the strike, there was a sense of desperation on the streets of Mumbai Continue reading “Reviewing the Rickshaw Strike. (August 31st, 2016)”
If you’ve watched TV or even youtube for that matter, there’s a good chance you had the misfortune of watching this ad. Continue reading “AD REVIEW: Airtel #OpenNetwork”
OMG is the closest ‘Bollywood’ has ever gone towards a religious satire while pleasing and displeasing people from both sides of the coin. Continue reading “OMG – Oh My God! (2012)”