If you are aware of India’s Bollywood legacy, then surely you must remember the name of Dharmendra. This living legend is a name common in Indian households but unfolding his days beyond and in the Bollywood is something worth diving into. But the real question is how well this book turns out.Continue Reading
Imagine a 90’s Sunday evening with classic Bollywood songs and nothing to worry about, this book’s essence is just like that. Mixed with emotional stories around the Bollywood Legends, as derived from their Urdu memoirs.Keep Reading!
Thriller is a genre I love coming back to. And even when I expect nothing new out from it, there stands another great mystery to dwell upon. The Passenger, my last read of 2018 turned out to be one of the good ones.Keep Reading!
Knights, Kings and Grand Wars. I haven’t read a book around revolving around all of that in a while now. And this book made me glad that I’m ending my year’s reading list with it in it.Keep Reading
The first book in the series, Indus Challenge, got a lot of popularity. Is the sequel living up to it? Let’s find out.Keep Reading
This collection of short stories was a nostalgic ride. I had read some of these stories in Hindi earlier and others just gave me revisiting of childhood days. Overall, it was a great journey.Continue Reading
Student Life is something fun and stressful at the same time. And it’s a whole different experience for the medical students. I’ve friends from that environment and I could totally see them in it.Keep Reading