An immense venue dons a thick, heavy cloak of darkness, Hundreds of sweaty bodies are pushed and squeezed together inside, Multi-coloured strobe flashlights illuminate the setting, Synchronised intricately with the baseline of the deafening music, Drinks spill, glasses smash, and valuables lie scattered across the sticky floor, The speakers vibrate and boom all night long, … More Just Another Crazy Night
True friends are not people who you contact out of obligation or compulsion; they’re the people that you call out of necessity. They’re the ones who you’d never think to engage in niceties or formalities with, because it would be an insult to your friendship. True friends flash into your mind during random intervals of … More An Interpretation of True Friendship
As you may know, if you’ve read my blog post about 90’s Bollywood films, I’m a huge Indian cinema fan! The magic and vibrancy that these South Asian films exude are unmatched by Hollywood in my opinion. No way would Brad Pitt or George Clooney ever be able to pull off wearing skin tight leather … More Romantic Expectations Heightened By Bollywood
What is happiness? That feeling that you get when you’re surrounded by your family? That sensation that you experience when you’re spending time with your closest friends? That rush that you feel when you’re with that one person who looks at you like no other? That ecstasy that takes over when you take a second … More An Interpretation Of Happiness
A couple of days ago I asked a movie-addict friend to recommend me a good old-fashioned sappy rom-com. And she urged me to find an online link to the well-known 1989 film When Harry Met Sally. So I thought why not? I’d never seen it before but it’s always sounded like one of those films … More Can Men And Women Truly Maintain Platonic Friendships?