“Archive 81” is at its best when it evokes the feeling that something truly evil is hiding in plain sight. It could be a room in your building’s basement, a VHS video collecting dust, or a work of art that captures something from another world. Most people enjoy a good puzzle, but horror diehards, in particular, enjoy them. Continue reading Netflix’s new sci-fi/horror Archive 81 is fun, not so scary but overall creepy
The film is set to release on September 30th in cinemas. It features Hrithik playing a character called ‘Vedha.’ Continue reading Hrithik Roshan shares first look from the new film on his Birthday
MX Player’s new series called “Campus Diaries,” that brings this indulgent experience right into our homes. This youth coming of age drama series is of five students at Excel University, created by Prem Mistry and Abhishek Yadav. Continue reading Campus Diaries: A nostalgic throwback to adventurous life full of friendships, ragging and much more
He led his choir to victory on India’s Got Talent in 2010, catapulting the Shillong group to national and international fame. Continue reading Neil Nongkynrih, founder of Shillong Chamber Choir dies at 51
The comedian Kapil Sharma shared a short clip of his latest show on Netflix, Kapil Sharma: I Am Not Done Yet! on Wednesday. In response to his announcement, many celebs reacted to comedians’ Instagram posts including Ranveer Singh. Continue reading Kapil Sharma announces his new show on Netflix, Ranveer Singh can’t wait to watch
Kartik Aryan, known for his charms in the industry, responded to a fan-girl marriage proposal hilariously. Kartik single status raised her concern, so she suggested that he marry her.
Murder At Teesri Manzil is not just bad, it’s horrific with terrible loopholes and barely even has what one likes to call a plot. Continue reading Murder At Teesri Manzil 302: One movie Irrfan’s legacy absolutely did not need
How would it feel to be transported back in time? How amazing would it be to witness the Mughal kings, the grandeur of their courts and the solitude of their lives through the pages of a book ? Continue reading Shahjada Darashuko: A royal tale of the poet and prince
In the shared video Bajpayee could be observed lying and later telling the audience, “You’re probably wondering, why am I lying, because something big is going to come up.” Continue reading Amazon Prime Video, India shares Manoj Bajpayee’s clip, apologises for the sleepless nights ahead, leaves audience curious
In the past, a South Korean movie Oh! My Gran was released in December, after a six-year long interval of South Korean movies in the market because of increased tensions between the two countries. Continue reading ‘Chhichhore’ movie to be released in China; An initiative to ease bilateral relations between India and China
For many, Harry Potter is a childhood favourite. It’s common to see adults in the fan community that still nostalgically talk about the books and movies. But why exactly has Harry Potter reached such pop-culture phenomenon status? Continue reading Harry Potter: How the fandom reached pop culture phenomenon status?
An engrossing tale of a single night spanning 250 pages, Satinath Bhaduri’s ‘Jagari’ occupies a unique place in Indian Literature. It was translated into English as ‘The Vigil’ in 1965 by Lila Ray. A fascinating fact is that ‘Jagari’ was the author’s debut novel, written during his imprisonment. Continue reading ‘Jagari’: A look into the tale of the sleepless night
The story narrates the life of Gautama Buddha- his journey in becoming Buddha from Prince Siddhartha. But the author does this through a novel way. He tells the story of Gautama in parallel with that of Nalak, a little village boy. Nalak is born with the special power of divine vision- owing to which he gapes at the incidents of Buddha’s life happening at the same time in another part of the world. Continue reading Nalak: A picturesque tale
To experience the inexplicable joy of spotting a host of beautiful flowers in their full bloom, the immense delight of riding a galloping horse through the open meadows during twilight and losing oneself in the enthralling wilderness, dive into the pages of ‘Aranyak’. Continue reading Aranyak: The song of the forests