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Musings of JigarBy: Rashid Azar
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“Oh! I love him so much. I just hate him a little more…!” “I believe, no matter what is your present equation with him, if you really miss him and want him back in your life, you should go ahead … Continue reading
“I am sorry, please forgive me,” realizing her mistake, she was pleading while her lips quivered with tension. He nonchalantly and coolly replied, “That’s okay. It doesn’t matter.” “I know it doesn’t matter to you and you’re fine with it … Continue reading
If you are an old visitor of this blog, you very well know that books and relationships are recurring themes. So, I thought, for a new post, what better than combining these both? This time I am not going to … Continue reading
Rishi Vohra made a brilliant debut with Once Upon the Tracks Of Mumbai, story of an autistic guy finding himself and helping others in the mad world of Mumbai. HiFi in Bollywood, yet again based in Mumbai, is a story surrounding Bollywood … Continue reading
What happens when you finally achieve something (or someone) that you’ve cherished, coveted, openly desired and prayed for all your life? What do you do when you’re still not happy after getting that very person? Zoella, a 20-something girl, was … Continue reading
She – (sweetly) “Hey.. I love you..” He – (indifferent) “Eh??” She – (saddened) “Don’t you love me anymore?” He – “I do.. But what do you mean by ‘anymore’?” She – (puppy face) “Then why don’t you tell it … Continue reading
“And I feel guilty about it!” She exclaimed. Damn, just when I was feeling happy that I had had a nice time, you had to do this! Again! “Fine. Let’s just say today is the last day I ever touch … Continue reading
When Chandru Bhojwani, the author of Love, That Shit contacted me requesting a review, I was in a dilemma whether to accept it or not. Usually, I stay away from the self-help genre and prefer fiction, but the book was … Continue reading