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A must read …





A must read …

Why I googled Leander in a wet t-shirt






For all of Dory’s Fans; ‘Finding Dory’ is a Dory’s story of her search for her parents.

It is incredibly funny, witty, crazy and amazing and one movie you definitely should not miss this year. Yeah, the movie released over a month ago, but for the ones who have not seen it yet, I strongly recommend, go watch it, and thou shall not be disappointed.

I loved the movie far better than ‘Finding Nemo’ that released roughly 10 years ago.

Ellen DeGeneres as Dory never fails to enthrall you. Her navigation and problem solving skills when surrounded by trouble are crazy, unimaginable and totally hillarious. Finding  Dory and never leaves you with a dull moment and its absolutely worth every minute.

Go watch it if you haven’t already..

Watch the teasers here in case you haven’t seen it yet:

Finding Dory Official Teaser (Trailer 1):


Finding Dory Official Teaser (Trailer 2):


My favorite quote from ‘Finding Nemo’ and ‘Finding Dory’ continues to be:


My Rating: 5/5


After reading “The Girl on the Train”, an amazing book, in spite of it being a little emotionally taxing; I really wanted to read something that was easy on my mind. I wonder what made me pick up Durjoy Datta’s “World’s Best Boyfriend”. (Yes, I used to be a fan of Mr. Datta until recently).

Should have figured by the name of the book; the book was probably one of the worst books I have ever read in recent times.

The plot revolves around the lives of Aranya and Dhruv (yeah .. it’s Dhruv once again, Durjoy’s favorite protagonist, or antagonist, or whatever, or who ever!). Aranya struggles with weight issues and a skin condition called Vitiligo where your skin has white patches. She has a troubled relationship at home and is ridiculed at every stage in her life for her looks.

Dhruv is the angry young antagonist, whose father is a compulsive alcoholic and a mother who leaves him and her husband for another man. Dhruv is an absolute ‘Drama Queen’ and hates women in general.

Aranya and Dhruv’s story is a story of their hatred for each other and how they plot against one another. They take the most ridiculous decisions and actions in an attempt to destroy one other.

They are destined to fall in love nonetheless. The plot seems straight out of a pathetic Television soap.

I couldn’t connect with the way each of them felt for one another, the hatred, the love and everything in between.

This is the last piece of crap you would want to read. Trust me, do not pick this book even if you were to get a free copy.

My Rating: 0.5/5