Movie Review – Bareilly Ki Barfi

Written on 21st August, 2017

Gone are the days when movie date followed by restaurant hopping with the husband was the norm every weekend. Ever since we embraced parenthood, we rarely get enough time to spend at the theaters. So we tend to choose our movies very cautiously to ensure this 2.5 to 3hrs is really not wasted in watching something we wouldn’t like and appreciate .

Last Saturday we decided on watching Bareilly ki Barfi after weighing on the other available options of Toilet ek prem katha and a bengali movie titled Macher Jhol. While my husband wasn’t very impressed with the 2hr plus movie, I fell totally in love with it.
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The nostaligia associated with Anandamela Pujabarshiki

Written on 5th September, 2017

Last week at Dad’s place,I was pleasantly surprised to see my annual copy of Anandamela Pujabarshiki gift wrapped. It felt so emotional to see three decades of this tradition continuing this year as well.
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Letter to my eighteen month old toddler

Dear Gogol,

As you turn 18 months today, I look back at the fond memories we created in the past 1.5 yrs. You know, I had an extremely difficult pregnancy with days spent in and out of hospital, continuous scary scans and continued morning sickness throughout. Remember I even slipped from steps at 8.5 mnths! Your Baba showed unusual resilience and strength throughout this period.
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#Whamandme #teenagememories

Written on 28th December, 2016

Two days ┬áback I woke up to the sad news of George Michael passing away. With a 15 month old hyper active toddler my days now seem to pass like a movie in fast forward mode on a daily repeat mode. But this news took me back to the lane of nostalgia. Born and brought up in a small town of Bengal, the first exposure to cable tv was when my dad despite all advice against it,decided to get the connection early on. I was in class 5 then and although the channels would work only post 2 pm and show a lot of Dara Singh s movies,I didn’t spare a chance to show off my newly acquired possession.
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First blog post

This is the post excerpt.

Writing is something that I thought I would get back to once I had some spare time. Two masters degree followed by corporate jobs and job changes in the banking sector didn’t leave much time to pursue my passion. Two years back when my son was born, I decided to take a sabbatical. Having lost my mother in Nov 2011,just five months within my marriage, I never let my emotions cope up with this irreversible loss. Only when I became a mother, did I realize how difficult the journey of motherhood can be both emotionally and physically. To cope up with my emotions ranging from extreme sorrow to utmost happiness, I started penning them down through words and that’s when I realized how cathartic it was. In my blog, I would cover my journey through memories and nostalgic moments. There will be occasional movie reviews and issues that resonate with me. Welcome to my journey. Feel free to share your thoughts through comments.