Books

Ashwatthama’s Redemption: The Rise of Dandak by Gunjan Porwal Book Review – 4.5/5

Over a hundred years after the Mahabharata war, an ancient power threatens to destroy the new age of men, by establishing the age of terror of the asuras, long believed to be extinct. The only hurdle in this path is Guru Dronacharya's son, the mighty but accused warrior Ashwatthama, who lost all his powers following… Continue reading Ashwatthama’s Redemption: The Rise of Dandak by Gunjan Porwal Book Review – 4.5/5

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Hindi Movies, Movies

2Point0 (Hindi) Review: Enjoy the Microbot’s ride on Pigeon

Bahubali (series) confidently set the trend that content will do the strong talking by having its release on non holiday and got the footfalls in massive numbers. Today Shankar’s 2point0 is the second most film which had maximum bookings on a non holiday for Day One. Shankar’s films have always been either socially relevant hard… Continue reading 2Point0 (Hindi) Review: Enjoy the Microbot’s ride on Pigeon

Movies, Tamil Movies

Chekka Chivantha Vaanam Tamil Movie Review

Guest Post by Vijay Anand After series of films which failed at BO in the past. Chekka Chivantha Vaanam (Crimson Red Sky), the latest film by Mani Ratnam comes to rescue him but partially. A Gangster Saga and the bad blood among three brothers to grab the throne, after the demise of their father, forms… Continue reading Chekka Chivantha Vaanam Tamil Movie Review

Books

Hungry Gods by Richa Lakhera Book Review – 3.5/5

Beaten and brutally raped, her body is never found. However, the killers make one mistake. They leave a witness, a witness who has nothing to live for except revenge. And when he crosses the boundaries of time to make the guilty pay, a whole lot of dark characters come to light. There is Valentine, the… Continue reading Hungry Gods by Richa Lakhera Book Review – 3.5/5

Books

Once Upon An IAS Exam by K. Vijayakarthikeyan Book Review – 3.6/5

Vishy’s worst nightmare—failing the UPSC’s Civil Services exam—has come true. He is plagued by insecurity, fear and doubts. The mother of all competitive examinations has rejected him and he needs a reason to live. So, what does he do? He tells his best friend Rithika, ‘I love you… Will you marry me?’ In Once Upon… Continue reading Once Upon An IAS Exam by K. Vijayakarthikeyan Book Review – 3.6/5