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.”
Possibly the best spin-off of the X-men series. With a character like Wolverine it’s extremely difficult to be satisfied with the conclusion of his saga. Continue reading “Let’s just talk about Logan for a minute.”
Just when Saif Ali Khan’s 15 years of fame were fizzing out, he decided to get people to notice him like any other Prince with a Bollywood career would do: he wrote an open-letter.
All you 5 regular readers of this site know that open and letters are the two words that make REVHUMAN salivate and stroke his chest hair. (You’re welcome for that visual) Continue reading “Jab bhi koi open-letter dekhu, mera dil deewana bole WOOOW.”
A dozen news channels
A hundred quora questions
Tens of specials on Star Sports
What new did Sachin – A Billion Dreams have to offer? Let’s find out.
Continue reading “Sachin – A Billion Google Searches”
Vivek Oberoi: They said they’ll sign me for Fool n Final if I succeed in this screen test. Continue reading “Deewane Huye Paagal (2005) – Abridged Review”
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’”
A first day fan, that I like to call myself, I would never miss the first show of a film starring Shah Rukh Khan. I always want to know the film before others, so I can defend it. The act of defence began since Jab Tak Hai Jaan I believe, people started talking about how the man had lost his Midas touch. I, on the other hand relentlessly stood up for him.
Continue reading “How Naaice is Raees? A deewani fan’s POV…”
One of the most underrated romantic comedies bollywood has produced if not one of the most unique.
When was the last time you saw a mainstream family comedy where the protagonists were ex-drug addicts or financial leaches? Continue reading “Hasee Toh Phasee (2014) – The stoner comedy we needed.”
In a world of its own.
Few pages into the book, you will realise you’re tricked. By the ghostly apparition on the cover. By the title. This is not the ghost story you signed up for. Picking a book by not reading about it, doesn’t seem a brilliant idea all of a sudden.
But you resist. Continue reading “Another World: A book review”
Eject before it’s too late.
“Sir, do rate us on your experience today.”
11 digits ranging from 1-10 were vying for my attention at the checkout counter. But my mind was made up in a flash. I can’t let this happen to the world. I won’t let this happen to the world. Continue reading “Black Mirror S03E01 ‘Nosedive’ Review”