Friday, September 30, 2022

Darlings: This Alia Bhatt Starrer Almost Gets It Right, Well Almost

Darlings, starring Alia Bhatt, Vijay Verma and Shefali Shah in titular roles is a black comedy that aims to shed a light...
cinematography

Cinematographically Beautiful Films You Must Definitely Watch

Cinematography is the art of motion picture photography. It involves techniques such as scene composition, lighting of a location, choosing different lenses,...
Dota 2 Turbo Mode

5 Ways You Can Get Better At Dota 2 By Playing Turbo Mode

Turbo mode joined Dota 2 after the Dueling Fates 7.07 update, and it allowed new and casual Dota 2 to get in...
reading

Start Your Year By Inculcating Reading Habit With These 3 Books

Books are a great way to start a new year. We all must agree. A new book means a new story to...
books, feel good books, read

3 Feel Good Books That I Recommend Everyone To Read

They say a book can never change one’s life overnight. This might be true to a certain limit, but some books can...
WhatsApp Privacy Policy

WhatsApp’s Updated Privacy Policy Might Not Ensure The Privacy You Expect

WhatsApp’s “take it or leave it” attitude has upset many due to its new and updated privacy policy. Since the start of...
Advanced SEO

Understanding Advanced SEO: Hacks For Your To-Do List

To increase brand awareness and traffic, understanding SEO is a very crucial and important step. According to a survey done by HubSpot,...
The Fixer

The Fixer: A New Journey For Cricket Lovers To Embark Upon

With the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 soon coming to an end, cricket lovers have no other cricket tournament left to look...
A suitable boy

Vikram Seth Inspired BBC’s ‘A Suitable Boy’ Is Worth A Watch: Review

Vikram Seth’s 1,349 pages long novella “A Suitable Boy” (1993) is considered to be one of the most poignant tales in the...
Jane Austen

Reading Jane Austen Books Is A Staple In Every Reader’s Diet

Jane Austen is perhaps the most recognized female author of the English language. Her works have been adapted to the big screen...