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Reviewed Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2

1 day ago 28 Views

(Updated 1 day ago)

My sister went rushing Saturday evening to see Bhool Bhullaiyyaa 2(The Labyrinth). I laughed to myself thinking " There goes she .to the PVR.paying handsomely to get scared". Yes, that was it as the movie was supposed to be a horror comedy. The next morning I laughed a little more when I saw the...Read more

Reviewed Antarctica: Life on the Frozen Continent - Conor Kilgallon

8 days ago 31 Views

(Updated 1 day ago)

Name of the Book: Antarctica - Life On The Frozen Continent Author's Name: Conor Kilgallon Category: Coffee Table Book Pages: 226 Publisher: Amber Books Ratings: 5/5 Highlights:Spectacular pictures of stunning landscapes curated with scoop of interesting and intriguing informat...Read more

Commented on own review

9 days ago

Thank you Mathur Sahab

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9 days ago

Mathur Sahab, it's very spooky. The writing style is extremely good. Available on Amazon prime reading for free Kindle version.

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10 days ago

True Mr. Nayak

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10 days ago

Thanks Mathur Sahab. I liked it when I saw this Tele Serial. Pakistani Serials are not like Hindi Serial. They have substance, performance, presentation and message.

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10 days ago

Thanks a ton Jaclin for your kind comment.

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10 days ago

Thanks Mathur Sahab for sparing your precious time to read and appreciate my review.

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10 days ago

Thanks MS for accepting my Mouthpad request.

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10 days ago

Thanks for your lovely comment

Reviewed The Mystery of Darkhill School - Cj Loughty

10 days ago 176 Views

(Updated 10 days ago)

This is my first C J Loughty and not the last one I can say for sure. Though The Mystery of Darkhill School is for kids( between nine and twelve years), the mature writing style makes it an intriguing read for even young adults and adults. I got this one on Amazon Prime Reading. I had heard t...Read more

Reviewed The Murder Mystery - Alice Castle

11 days ago 238 Views

(Updated 1 day ago)

The problem being a diehard Christie fan is that I tend to compare every murder mystery novel with that of the dame. Alas! I seldom find one which matches her( detective's) analytical acumen and deducing prowess. I am sorry to say this in the preface itself before proceeding to talk about my int...Read more

Commented on jmathur's review

Dec 20, 2018 05:25 PM

Mathur Sahab! How can I thank you not only for writing this review but also reminding me of the same. It is really a very objective review and you have usefully penned your thoughts while going through the book which is what a review should be. Thanks once again and heartfelt regards.

Commented on jmathur's review

Dec 20, 2018 05:19 PM

Enjoyed your review and take on the film. I enjoyed watching the movie. The songs are very good and so is the performances. Thanks for keeping my wish at last. :) However, I do not think the director intended any generalization. These are just glimpses of complex life of contemporary times more s...o in the milieu of cosmopolitan living where exposure, cross mingling and taking undue advantage of situation and people are high. But you are right so is the face of small towns changing rapidly.Read More

Reviewed Stree

Sep 04, 2018 11:42 PM 2991 Views

(Updated Sep 05, 2018 12:58 PM)

Have you ever heard of a comic horror movie which has equally intense measures of horror as well as comedy seamlessly blended together with a powerful social message to boot? My query generates from a watcher’s experience. I have mostly seen comic horror movies getting stripped down to such path...Read more

Reviewed Dil Lagi

Sep 02, 2018 03:38 PM 1298 Views

(Updated Sep 13, 2018 03:03 PM)

When in teens, I was not much bothered about romantic novels. I am emphasising on novels because in those days modes of entertainment were very limited. It was either books or occasional movies. Internet was nowhere in the picture. Television had only just appeared in the scene. That too black a...Read more

Commented on desigal's review

Nov 20, 2015 11:18 AM

Good one Meghna. Straightforward and crisp

Commented on jmathur's review

Oct 15, 2015 10:18 AM

Good review as always @jmathur sahab!!

Commented on jmathur's review

Oct 14, 2015 03:47 PM

Very nice review. Envy all those great men who die while doing their job like Adul Kalaam and Ravindra Jain. Immortal souls they would always be remembered with respect and gratitude for showing the world how to live life in an exceptional manner.

Commented on jmathur's review

Oct 14, 2015 03:40 PM

The only thing that I have learnt in so many years of following the path that my conscience allowed me to take is one should be at peace with him/her own self. No one can change the world. No one can change others too. It is futile to expect that your truth will be acceptable and admired by all. It ...is not because everyone has their own versions of truth. But more important to me now, at the last leg of my career (or carrier?) that whether I am able to justify my actions to my conscience and able to have a good night's sleep after a day's hard work. Nothing more and nothing less. Rest, whether honesty is worshiped or not, whether the good is able to win over the evil or not, whether truth prevails forever or not, are only issues of debate. Do what you believe in and feel comfortable with. It's known to all and sundry that in this kali yug the devil is the king. Then why worry and repent? Be happy. If you are at peace being with the devil be with the devil. If you are happy being angelic, be an angel. There is no point in lamenting. It is to each according to his/her own. RegardsRead More

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