A Show That Goes On

By Rhea Sabherwal

Even with all these new challenges facing the industry, it has survived. I think it is because
Bollywood is way more than just an entertainment industry in this country. It’s a way of life.

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We Didn’t Start The Fire: April 2021

By Krishna Advani

From academy awards to international developments: a lot happened in April 2021. This month’s news article catches you right up on it.

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Writer’s Block

By Simran Ramsay

There’s many a piece on the pain of writer’s block. Here comes an astonishingly illustrative experience of it. And how to overcome it.

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The Show & The Goings-On

By Ekasmayi Naresh

A poem on raging storm and battle: transcending victories and losses, for even in death, the show must go on.

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Diary Entry: Finding Passion

By Simran Ramsay

Some dreams go beyond sleep. Certain passion has fate written all over it. Read the road to this realization through a single day.

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Let Me Skip To The Good Part: The Click by AJR

By Harsheen Sethi

Some albums occupy a place in your heart like they were meant to call it their home. This review explains how AJR achieves that with theirs.

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Perusing for a Passion

By Ekasmayi Naresh

This poem gazes at the poet herself as a mosaic: a combination of all the little passion-filled endeavours and affections that make her whole

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We Didn’t Start The Fire: January 2021

By Krishna Advani

The month at a glance so far from black lives matter, US Elections, world politics, sports and much more right here!

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Doors

By Harsheen Sethi

There is more to the meaning of a ‘door’ than just being a point of entry or exit. Take a look here for its redefinition.

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Doors

By Simran Ramsay

Facing a problem is challenging when there are many ways out, other than the right thing to do. This poem shows the outcome of 3 such doors.

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Society (Mirror, Mirror)

By Jasnoor Anand

A musing about the self-image that the mirror of society propagates, leading one to think of themselves as unworthy.

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Ending on the Right Note

By Ekasmayi Naresh

During this cheer and optimism, the poet finds herself ignoring the misfortunes of the year that passed, distracting herself with tinsel and baubles.

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