Wednesday, 4 November 2015


These days, we all have some kind of stress to deal with, in our lives, example like small kids/students have some stress regarding studies, failing in exam and the most horrifying kind of stress to these kids is clearing IIT-JEE exam or getting admissions into Delhi University. Whereas Adults get nightmares of remaining unemployed, not getting promotion in job, monetary issues, Boss not getting impressed, Relationship status: still single, problem in marital life, not having babies, having babies but the baby has some health issues, kids not studying. Okay, okay let me end this here, all such things causes some kind of fear or insecurity in our mind. (We all have seen Raju Hirani’s Pk, right?)
As a result, we start going to worship places, keeping fasts, reading religious books (which were before found to be in scrap places of the house, lying in the layers of dust). And on one fine day, we meet a person with a great intellect in those religious places who calms and motivates us like: You know what?, Mr. Gupta (the scared person has no Idea, who the hell Gupta is!) had the same problem and he went to the show “ Third Eye of Parimal Baba” and got his problem cured.
Recently, GADHEY MAA was in media because of some of her private photos and telephonic conversation came out in the media. My point behind discussing this thing is that I figured out that celebrities like Subhash Ghai, Navjot Singh Siddhu, Dolly Bindra and Sonu Nigam, blindly follow her, which actually made me laugh a lot but I made myself calm by saying the tagline of a popular soft drink “ Darr Sabko lagta hai, Gala sabka sukhta hai”.

So, this is how those spiritual gurus become famous, like people who support those celebrities and call themselves as fan were acting as WOW! Sonu Nigam (My favourite singer) supports GADHEY MAA, So I should also support her, without any reason (If you want to see this, go to twitter or facebook and search #SonuNigam or search original name of #GADHEYMAA).

It is only us, who helps these people reach an annual turnover of 1000cr. or more. And then we make noise for the issue “Black Money”, “Corruption” etc. It is only us who encourage all these false and problematic issues in the society.

This time problem is not the lacking of education, because people who are illiterate, and are poor doesn’t indulge themselves in such nuisance. Moreover, there is no place for poors in the events and gatherings organised by these spiritual leaders because the minimum entry fee they take is nearly equal to their complete salary. These spiritual gurus are encouraged by the elite class of our society, not by anyone else.

Guys, all we need to accept the fact that everyone has problems in life from which we just can’t run away. One of my friend, put a Whatsapp status: “Life is fair, by being unfair to all”. If we actually decide to make our mind strong and face the problem, then no GADHEY MAA, PARIMAL BABA, BHASARAM Bapuji, SIRI SIRI RAVI will be able to influence the society.


Friday, 23 October 2015

The Modern Day RAAVANA

From last uncountable years, we are burning Raavan on Dusshera, which is just a symbol of showing that Good always wins over bad.

But, was the 10 headed fictional beast, that bad ? Like what he did ? He kidnapped Rama's wife but gave her all comforts like a palace to live in, food, clothes etc. I'm not saying what he did, was apt and can be justified.
But, Today's Raavana, don't have 10 heads, long moustache or wear black clothes but his deeds are more notorious. Modern Day's Raavan do not only kidnapp ladies, Rape them, throw them on some remote place in an ailing condition, takes profit of poor judiciary system and in the worse situation, if put behind the bars, comes out in 3-4 years.

I pitty on old Raavan. He still gets punished for just kidnapping a women 1000 years ago. Modern day Raavan's are in much more advantageous situation. So, by this post all I want to convey is burn the Raavana inside you. Burning a paper wood decorated Raavana with crackers will only cause pollution, not a change in society.

Thursday, 11 June 2015

Still Life Photography

Life is like a photography, we develop from negatives.

A book speaks a thousand words.

Guitar is the best form of self-expression
Let your light shine everyday

Street Photography 

We accept the love, we think, we deserve

The feeling of love is everywhere

Sunset teaches us :
People Go and Come,
That's life.
We fall in love
By Chance
We stay in love
By Choice
You don't take a photograph, you make it.

I hope you liked these amazing photographs by 
Harsh Sharma.
If you want to see more of his works or for photoshoot in Delhi and NCR,
Contact him at
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Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Disney's ABCD-2 : Music Review

Today I am here with Music review of Remo D'souza 's upcoming move ABCD2 (Release date : June 19 )
The music is given by Sachin-Jigar.
There are following tracks in the movie.
1. Bezubaan Phir Se
The song is sung by Vishal Dadlani and Anushka Manchanda.
Voice of Vishal Dadlani has given the song ample energy. Because of him only this song has been added in the list of my favourite song.

2. Sun Saathiya
This is the most beautiful song in the movie, sung by Divya Kumar and Priya Saraiya. The video of this song is mesmerizing. Shraddha-Varun's dance is the thing, that you can't give it a miss.

3. Naach Meri Jaan Naach
Shot in the streets of Vegas, this song is so enthusiastic and fun. This song is sung by Rimi Nique, Shalmali Kholgade and Benny Dayal.

4. Happy Hour
The song is okayish, sung by Mika Singh but what's interesting about the song is Prabhudeva's dance moves.

Monday, 8 June 2015

Dil Dhadkane Do - Movie Review

Ratings : 3/5
Farhan Akhtar, Ranveer Singh, Anushka Sharma, Priyanka Chopra, Anil Kapoor, Shefali Shah, Vikrant Massey, Rahul Bose, Parmeet Sethi.

Today I'm here with the reviews of this Multi starcast movie Dil Dhadkane Do, directed by Zoya Akhtar.

This movie is basically a Punjabi family drama. Not only Punjabis but everyone faces such things in their respective families.
In Dil Dhadkane Do, the family of Mehra's
headed by a self-made business tycoon Kamal Mehra. The family’s 25-year-old son Kabir is expected to take over the business from his father, but he wants to fly high in the sky. He's more the only real person in the family. His elder sister Ayesha, was a typical business woman, but the post of CEO in Kamal Mehra's company was not for her as she was not the SON of the family,besides this she was married too. Kabir’s mother Neelam, a high society housewife, her character is very interesting in the movie.
Like Zoya Akhtar's previous movie Zindagi Na milegi Dobara, this may vie is also based on love, friendship and a long cruise trip that turns this so called ideal family into a perfect ideal family.

This movie has really good music given by Shankhar-Ehsaan-Loy. You'll enjoy every song in the movie from title track to Gallan Goodiyan, from Pehli baar to Swing.

The overall movie is good and can be given a chance to watch atleast once.

Sunday, 7 June 2015

A Glimpse of Mother Earth - VGPhotography

"Once photography enters your bloodstream, it's like a disease ♥"- VERONICA GERA


           GOD's MESSENGER- The BIRDS

KEVIN- The Cutest PUP


P.S.: These pics are clicked by the young and very talented Photographer, Veronica Gera.
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Friday, 5 June 2015

Adios Maggi !

Its time to say Goodbye, to our favorite two-minute noodles.
Due to some laboratory tests and experiments, it was found that Nestle Maggi has excessive content of lead which is harmful for human body.
Nestle India recently said," They had conducted internal and external tests of 125m Maggi packets that showed “lead levels are well within the limits specified by food regulations and that Maggi noodles are safe to eat . Unfortunately recent developments and unfounded concerns about the product have led to an environment of confusion for the consumer, to such an extent that we have decided to withdraw the product off the shelves, despite the product being safe. The trust of our consumers and the safety of our products is our first priority."
Maggi is used as a staple food in India, you can find it everywhere, in hostels, on hillstations, roadsides, offices, households everywhere.