Musing Mondays (March 9)

No, I haven’t completely lost track of time. Since I have been travelling continuously for the past few weeks, I haven’t been able to make updates to the blog and now I am scrambling to catch up. So this is another edition of Musing Mondays over at A Daily Rhythm , a meme dedicated to rehashing new additions to your bookshelves among other things. I received Power Play by Danielle Steele from Penguin Random House India as part of the February book review list, although a bit later than the other two books, while The Puppeteers of Palem by Sharath Komarraju was … Continue reading Musing Mondays (March 9)

Decoding Bollywood – Sonia Golani

This book was sent to me in exchange of an honest review by the folks at WritersMelon and Westland Books Bollywood is as integral a part of Indian life as is spicy food. We all love the glitz, the glamour and the over-the-top romances of our film industry. Everyday half the population of the country turns first to the colourful newspaper sections dealing with the personal lives of the stars we love before looking at national headlines. However, the ones who don’t receive such open adulation are the masters behind the lens who actually orchestrate the whole film-making process and … Continue reading Decoding Bollywood – Sonia Golani