Posts Tagged ‘Popular Culture’

This post might contain spoilers so all you spoiler naysayers, take note. Are you gone? Last chance. Okay, shall we begin? I had my first taste of Star Trek when I was about 11 years old; I happened to watch an episode called Galaxy’s Child from Star Trek: The Next Generation. While I thought all […]


I am not sure if the video will embed correctly via my Nexus but here’s hoping. Reading all those reviews about what a great song Adele’s Skyfall is (I mean come on, reviews were written based on a 90 second clip, crazy right) I was looking forward to listening to the song myself. And I […]


Every time I watch the very handsome Christopher Plummer choke through these words, I cry. I would like to sing for you now . . . a love song. I know you share this love. I pray that you will never let it die.


I follow some bloggers and their daily lives as they talk about hearth, home, family and love in their blogs. Some particularly interesting bloggers in this list are Dooce, The Pioneer Woman, and Mihow; all very interesting in their own way. I especially love The Pioneer Woman, her beautiful pictures and her funny and engaging […]


I am not ashamed to admit I sobbed like my heart was breaking when Mufasa, Emperor of the Pride Lands fell to his death, pushed by that awful Scar. And my 9 year old heart did break. It was one of the saddest things I had ever experienced. So when my 26 year old self […]


Once upon a time, I dreamt a dream. It was a funny dream. Ambitious, yet amusing. It involved some drama and celebrities. It had good friends and hot sultry days in Bombay. There was Karl, Nadir, Toral, Zafar, Alyque, Rachel and Quasar. In my dream, I was on stage. At the NCPA. Looking up, as […]


This has been the ideal weekend. The kind I enjoy and love spending. I am finishing up Albert Camus’ The Fall, watching Season 4 of Criminal Minds, watching the rain fall and catching a movie in the cinema hall. I will probably go for a run in the rains later. Perfect weekend. I am so […]