Sanjay Leela Bhansali can make even a Saree, headgear, or a bottle come alive. His emotions overflow in ways that are so contagious, even the settings are… Read more “The Imagery of Rain and Water in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Movies”
We are coming to terms with the fact that even though we are social animals, we are not social carnivores. We do not require the 24×7 presence of another (just as we don’t need a 24×7 news feed,) and I think that’s beautiful.
Manic Pixie Dream Girl. Femme Fatale. Cool Girl. The “You’re Not Like Other Girls” Girl. Nagging Mom. The “Chick that can be replaced by a Lamp.” Tough… Read more “The Traps of Tropes in Mainstream Female Characters”
Maybe, films are best thought of as an escape.
If we were to take them literally, they would either consume us; or we would be conned, confused, and consumed.
One of Stanley Kubrick’s most controversial films, “Eyes Wide Shut” is an adventure many people have ventured into in the past, but few have made head or tail of it and been able to wade past the overtones of promiscuity and fidelity.
Never again; let it be said that lotuses are the only flowers that bloom in murky, muddy waters. Reesa is the flower that blooms in the darkest waters, the enchanting light at the end of the tunnel everyone should be blindsided by.
Does music make the ordinary extraordinary?
Outside: The tree Thrives
Inside: It Writhes
Outside: The Smile Thrives
Inside: It Dies
Albert Einstein had once said that if you understand something well, you should be able to explain it to an 8-Year Old. The oft-repeated problem with Academia… Read more “Suspension of This-Belief”
Winston Churchill had once said, “Don’t take yourself too seriously, no one else does.”If these words were meant for anyone, they were meant for beloved Clouseau, aka,… Read more “To my favorite inadvertently humorous detective”