Greetings my good folks of the interweb,
Since it is already Halloween and everyone is recovering from post-Diwali blues, so I thought of sharing a couple of my absolute all-time favorite flicks from the horror genre which you can watch with your friends and family or alone like me with a tub of homemade popcorn. There is already quite a number of very well-researched must watch before you die horror movie lists out there in the internet world and I would like to add my twopence to it. I have of course restricted my list to Hollywood releases and excluded some of the more popular recent releases which are not to my liking but may have made to the list of others. So go hit the download button on Torrent folks, (Just kidding, rent out a DVD or subscribe to a video on demand service, because we are on a crusade against piracy 😉 😉 ) or if you have already watched any of these, feel free to start a discussion on this page in the comments section below. Here goes a list of 5 of my much-loved horror films I swear by:
1. The Woman in Black (2012)
Director: James Watkins
Duration: 1h 35min
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I was first introduced to the brand Kronokare through a monthly subscription service My Envy Box when I received, for the first time, the Kronokare Provencal Lavender Smooth(Ening) Operator Body Lotion. I wasn’t much into luxury skincare before being introduced to this French skincare brand.
Continue reading “Kronokare Polish The Blemish Face Scrub Review”
I think some of the best meals in life happen unplanned; spur of the moment decisions on a grey-coloured afternoon lead us through the doors of an old joint, once Funjabi Tadka, now revamped and renamed The Palms, on Southern Avenue. The place is hard to miss; take a right from Mudiali and find on your left this humongous Café Coffee Day outlet, with this cosy little place tucked away in a corner.
Continue reading “Restaurant Review: The Palms, Southern Avenue, Kolkata”
“She’s a *****! She’ll jump up on you in all her glory when you’re least suspecting,” said the Doc, the cigarette almost jumping out from between his index and middle as he threw open the window panes to let the smoke out. The Nepali driver had convinced us earlier during the dusty trip west towards Pelling, “No one can see the pahaar at night, nothing is visible in the dark.” He was resolute and his words absolute. No one knew the mountains better than he did.
Continue reading “Access not Authorized: The Journey to the Land of the Flying Statues (Chapter: 1)”
Greetings my beautiful darlings of the interweb,
Diwali is less than a week away and it is time for celebration for Indians all over the world. The Festival of Lights reveals a joyous vivacity, a power to win against all odds and quell the negativities in life. We are a race of people who are obsessed with celebrations, shopping and caring and devising new ways of rejuvenating ourselves and making sure that we shine bright like a diamond.
Here are five easy and effective steps for a healthy and attractive Diwali:
1. Natural skincare remedies are the best, and applying homemade facepacks is a great way for exfoliating the face and extremely helpful in achieving a glowing and radiant skin.
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Guest Post by Priyanka Dutta
Lucknow, the city of Nawabs has a charm of its own; it creates an odd amalgamation of the traditional and the modern. Here the modern city life seamlessly blends with the aristocracy and artistry of the era of the Nawabs. I moved to Lucknow last year and the city never ceases to surprise me with its beautiful people, unique cuisine, delectable street food, splendid monuments and the intricate and amazing Chikankari embroidery.
Continue reading “Lucknow Dairies: Part-1”
I’ve been meaning to post about my cooking for a while and many of you keep asking whenever I post pictures of dishes on facebook or Instagram. When it comes to cooking my major concern is to simplify the whole process as well as reduce the time taken to cook it. I never spend whole days cooped up in the kitchen. I have a full time job and two dogs and all the other aspects of my adult life which need to be taken care of. I read a recipe online and if it takes too long I simply lose interest. Don’t get me wrong, I love slow-cooked dishes, but only when they are served to me either in a restaurant or in someone’s house. Aint nobody got time for that!
Continue reading “Bengali-Style Prawn Malay Curry (In Under 30 Minutes)”
Greetings, my good people of the Internet world.
A couple of weeks back I spotted a mailer from MSMBox announcing the launch of a new line of skincare, and I had just received my salary the same day (yes, I’m practically a pauper by the end of the month) so I jumped at the opportunity and ordered me some love from Kronokare’s new aromatherapy range featured on MSMBox.com.
Continue reading “Kronokare Aromatherapy Flower Power Face Toner Review”
Today I have decided to review The Fab Bag for the month of August, 2016. This is not the first time that I have subscribed to this service. It has been over two years since I received my first Fab Bag (if I remember correctly it was back in May 2014). My blog is still in its nascent stage and with the job and the new life I have been quite irregular with writing. But I wish to get back to regularity and promise to post more often and include greater variety. Now, on with the review. Continue reading “Fab Bag Unboxing and Review for August 2016”
Guest Post by Priyanka Dutta
The arrest of Bihar’s Class 12 Humanities phony topper, Ruby Rai, is not the sensible way of addressing the quandary of hooliganism and corruption in the Bihar education system. She is not the real culprit who made herself the topper; it is rather the people who have set in motion these wrong underhand ways of buying the top slots in the education system who are the real perpetrators. True, she had the means of buying; but what does it say about those who are in a position to sell it to her?
Continue reading “Bihar’s Prodigal Daughter: The Dubious Case of Ruby Rai and the Topper Scam”