Before I start, let’s establish one thing! Tahir Raj Bhasin is smokingly-swooningly-hot! So, every movie in Bollywood needs these elements by default: A movie based on India’s Armed Forces has to be about agents, like sooooo cool. Every … Continue reading Force 2 Review: Clichéd story, good execution!
Have you ever stood at a place and never want to leave? You want to freeze the time right there for little longer. Last night was one of the moments you want it to last forever! Since the day it … Continue reading Coldplay: A dream you don’t want to get over
Game of Thrones was led by men since season one. Women were surviving wars, husbands, and wildfire. This season, it’s all about women. One woman ascended the throne at Westeros, one conqueror is heading towards a throne she deserves, one woman got her North … Continue reading 7 Badass Woman To Root For In Game Of Thrones Today!
Women and sports! Now that we have your attention, let’s talk about some of the badass sportswomen of our country. The women athletes made quite a mark at the Olympics this time for India. Three women tasted glory with their hard work, passion, and humility … Continue reading 9 Inspiring Sportswomen You Need to Follow Right Now!
The Cypress Tree, a symbol of truthfulness, freedom, purity, and grace, a metaphor by the author for Iranians. A woman, with humble roots from Abadan, takes a journey back home from London to give us glimpses of fortunes, tragedies, adventure, and … Continue reading Book Review: The Cypress Tree; A Love Letter to Iran
I wanted to write this a very long time ago, but today seems to be perfect for pinning it down. Basically, because my one roommate is busy being the boss babe with her colleagues, and one finally went home after being … Continue reading Mumbai: Hate like Love
Well, where do I start? let me disappoint you first, it’s not an emotional post. Now, that we have established that, I will introduce myself first. This is me! confident, vulnerable, and of course pretty as AF, as you can see. … Continue reading Dear 24 year old, BREATH.