Let There be Millions of Dialogues (Musing on The Carmichael Show)


With this whole Brangelina separation thing shadowing the media, Jennifer Anniston is being dragged to our screen in form of millions of memes. (Oh by the way #TeamJenForever) In all memes she is supposedly saying something smart about the break up. But in reality she is smarter and stays away from any kind of social … More Let There be Millions of Dialogues (Musing on The Carmichael Show)

A Crazy Fan Theory Which Will Change Everything You Knew About Dr. Who


Replace Dr Who with Game of Thrones/Harry Potter/Lord of Rings/Snow White/…… and you get the caption of the most click-baiting blogs in book/tv/movie pages. One thing I can’t understand is “crazy” is the adjective of “fan” or of “fan’s theory”. I am definitely a crazy fan of Dr. Who and my theory is crazy too … More A Crazy Fan Theory Which Will Change Everything You Knew About Dr. Who

On the Road: A Musing


When one is obsessed with Haruki Murakami then after reading Sputnik Sweetheart one ends up reading Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road” sooner or later. The first time Sumire met Miu, she talked about Jack Kerouac’s novels. Sumire was absolutely nuts about Kerouac. She always had her Literary Idol of the Month, and at that point … More On the Road: A Musing

Master of Foods for Thought (Musing on “Master of None”)


One of the newest Netflix original shows is Aziz Ansari’s “Master of None”. After debuting last year the show got largely positive reviews. I watched it for the reviews, for “Parks and Recreation” and of course for the Indian connection. The Indian Ansari is playing an Indian guy Dev. Purely for Indian connection I had … More Master of Foods for Thought (Musing on “Master of None”)