Author: Trusha Mehta

How to know someone’s personality – 5 tricks dicussed

We all have heard the saying “don’t judge a book by its cover” and totally agreed with it. Then we came across a totally opposing saying, “ The first impression is the best impression”. You probably didn’t realize the ironic part in this. How can someone not judge a person’s personality merely by the way he/she looks and at the same time focus mainly on how he/she appears when you first meet them? This is the reality or rather humour of our society. It asks you to be more open-minded but then declares you off-limits or out of limits when you...

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Rani Padmavati – The true story

Every movie buff today is aware of the recently released poster of the movie Padmavati starring Deepika Padukone, ShahidKapoor, Ranveer Singh and Jim Sarah in the lead.I’m writing this article feeling inspired by the lady, the queen – Rani Padmavati. No. I’m not talking about the queen of Bollywood, Deepika. I’m talking about the queen of Mewar. The original Padmavati. I’m writing this article feeling inspired by the lady, the queen – Rani Padmavati.I’m talking about the queen of Mewar. The original Padmavati. People into Hindi literature would have read or at least heard of the poem written by...

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Rains scare Mumbaikars no more!

Mumbai the city of dreams. The city of foodies. Where vada pav and bhel puri can beat even Mc Donald’s and dominos. A place that has something to offer to everyone be it tourists or the local residents. The perfect abode to celebrate every festival .the cricket craze or be it any other sport too. The Ambanis. The career opportunities.   A dreamy nightlife and not to forget our most favourite – Bollywood! I can go on and on about why everyone loves Mumbai (including me), but one word that is dreaded by Mumbaikars (we love to call them that)—rains!...

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#noselfieplease

WARNING! DO NOT READ IF YOU ARE A SELFIE LOVER A picture is worth a thousand words. But what if the same picture becomes the cause for you never ever telling a word again. When Robert Cornelius took the first selfie ever in the history of photography in 1839, he would have never expected it to become a craze among not only the youth but also middle-aged and even the old in the near future. I got a new haircut .let me take a selfie. I bought a new dress. Let me take a selfie. My friend is sad....

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