Posted in TV

Breathe (Web Series) – Madhavan And Amit Sadh Are Fantastic In This Ludicrous But Engaging Thriller

SPOILER ALERT

Our hero, Danny Mascarenhas (Madhavan) wants to sneak into the ICU. Why? To kill an old man for….I’ll come to that later. So how does he sneak in? He’s too cool to do what our regular heroes have done in the past, disguising himself with a doctor’s coat and mask. Instead, he gives himself a heart attack. No, he’s not in the medical field. So how does he do it? He GOOGLES “How to induce a heart attack”. And BAM! He learns how to give himself just the right kind of heart attack, not bad enough to kill him but enough to get him into the ICU. No, I’m not describing a Balakrishna movie here but Amazon Prime’s original Indian series – Breathe.

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Exams….Again…..

And it’s that time again! One year of college done, and my final exams start in three days. So I guess what I’m getting at is….I wouldn’t be posting much for two weeks. So here I am, reposting my Exam Fever post from last year. In the meanwhile, feel free to check out my older posts (if you’re new to my blog) and if you like what you read, do comment and subscribe! Your views and feedback are always welcome. Catch you guys soon after the exam fever subsides!

(Meanwhile let me do this.)

(And tell myself this.)

(And repeat it in Tamil.)

See ya!

Posted in Song of the Day

Tribute to the Mozart of Madras – AR Rahman Part 4 – My Favorites from 2008-2012

Yes, I still I remember this series! I know it’s been a long time since I updated, but honestly, not many are reading these posts. So I too lost interest and held back. Anyways, since I had started it, I might as well complete it. So here I am, with the second-to-last part of the tribute. (Part 1, 2 and 3 here)

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Book Review – Song of the Cuckoo Bird

Since I have been a little busy with my movies, music and college stuff, I didn’t have enough time to devote to my first love – books. So finally, I made some time and picked up this book by Amulya Malladi, which was available on Kindle Unlimited. And I am glad I did so! This was a really good read. Slightly overlong, but I didn’t really feel the length as I was sucked into Tella Meda and its inhabitants.

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