Monthly Feature 15: Zootopia

Zootopia--a play on the word utopia. Utopia--that can also be pronounced as Zootopia (in Sanskrit and in Nepali). Zootopia--a movie I watched twice in about twenty hours. One of the movie I cannot forget. "Anyone can be anything in Zootopia," Judy Hopps, the first rabbit police officer claims. But Nick Wilde, a fox and con … Continue reading Monthly Feature 15: Zootopia

Monthly Feature 12: Let’s take a “Breathless” Revision

When I began writing posts under the category of "Monthly Feature" at the beginning of this year, the only thing I aimed was consistency. The other aim was to review music, movies and art. As I look back, I realize that there have been movie reviews have become more numerous than the others. On the … Continue reading Monthly Feature 12: Let’s take a “Breathless” Revision

Scribophile: Irony of Critiquing

I have been busy on Scribophile these days. It is a writer's forum where one can read and critique others' works. After one has 5 karma points, they can publish their works so that others can comment and critique. That's exactly where the irony lies. On Sunday, I critiqued a work inline (one can point out errors … Continue reading Scribophile: Irony of Critiquing

Jhola-An Epic Movie

Introduction Sati, the first wife of Lord Shiva had jumped into the sacrificial fire in protest of the abuse her parents had done to her husband. Commemorating it, an inhumane tradition continued for thousands of years in which a woman burnt herself alive on the pyre of her dead husband. Women who were saved from … Continue reading Jhola-An Epic Movie

Great Power, Greater Responsibilities

“I am not so sure. I had proven, as a very young man, that power was my weakness and my temptation. It is a curious thing, Harry, but perhaps those who are best suited to power are those who have never sought it. Those who, like you, have leadership thrust upon them, and take up … Continue reading Great Power, Greater Responsibilities