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Weekly posts featuring film & theatre reviews, current affairs, lifestyle and bookish content; a concoction of life. With new Poetry published every Sunday.

Started as a hobby in January 2012, this is a blog under my name for whatever musings are going through my mind. Its quite eclectic – from books to politics to a new endeavour to lines of poetry to general essays on life.

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Latest Posts

Salman Rushdie and The Nuclear Deal: A Timely Assassination Attempt, or Unfortunate Coincidence?

On August 12th Indian-British author Salman Rushdie was stabbed as he was about to give a lecture at the Chautauqua Institution in New York. Rushdie has been a controversial writer since the publication of ‘The Satanic Verses’ which critises islam. He received many death threats at the time including from Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khomeini,…

Awards Season: A Review of ‘Belfast’ and ‘The Power of The Dog’

The BAFTA’s were last weekend and the Oscars are coming up on the 28th of March (at 1am if you’re in Britain), award shows that for years have celebrated the power of the cinema and now streaming sites, to quote Kenneth Branagh’s speech ‘long live the big screen’. Movies are now competing in two platforms…

International Woman’s Day

A slightly belated post for #internationalwomansday on the financial gender gap and a few recommendations of brilliant creative work by women #IWD22

Robert Harris’s “Munich” Review

A story that speaks for our time, or a tackless redemption story? “Munich: The Edge of War” was released on Netflix and at selected cinemas at the end of January 2022. It stars George Mackay as Hugh Legat (a fictional English civil servant) and Jannis Niewöhner as Paul Hartmann (a German diplomat) with Jeremy Irons…

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