Category Archives: Screenwriting Adventures

A Fifth Blogversary Hi-five

I was more than a little surprised to get a message on my blog dashboard the other day. It was a little note from the backroom boys of WordPress to thank me for “flying” with them for five years. My … Continue reading

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Delhi Reveals its ‘Do It’ Spirit

There’s something about the new year. It inspires you to turn a new leaf and make a promise to yourself to stick to your resolutions. So, whether you want to kick the butt, start on an exercise regime, finish your … Continue reading

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Goodbye, 2015. Hello, 2016.

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“My characters wouldn’t let me rest in peace!” — Sundari Venkatraman

Sundari Venkatraman is a prolific romance author. With her latest release The Madras Affair–whose cover I simply love!–Sundari has made her first foray into traditional publishing. Another noteworthy first is the manner in which she has tackled the very sensitive … Continue reading

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Happy Diwali! – Love, Light and all things Bright & Beautiful!

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#TornadoGiveaway: Love Is In The Air by Adite Banerjie @Adite

A short script I wrote for the #TornadoGiveaway event. Do check it out…. EXT. BUSY STREET IN NEW DELHI – DAY. Valentine Day celebrations. People throng stalls selling items from snacks to accessories and costumes. Red heart shaped balloons everywhere. … Continue reading

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How I Met Myself! — By Koral Dasgupta

Meet Koral Dasgupta… She is a full-time mom, author by chance, painter by choice, content strategist by default and a columnist otherwise! She is the author of an internationally acclaimed book on Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, titled Power of … Continue reading

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When Bollywood Romance Meets Chick-lit… #Romance15

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What can be more fun than bringing together the Bollywood style romance and the chick-lit variety where love and friendship, woes about dating, dresses and those drop-dead shoes find play. Growing up in Bombay you…

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How you can get involved in the Romance Festival

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We are very excited to announce our next virtual festival and we’d love you to be involved. For those who took part last time, you will know that we have a program of events on…

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Immaan Dharam – A Fun Flashback to the 1970s

Originally posted on The Life and Art of Desh Mukerji:
‘Movies outlive us. You leave behind a piece of yourself when you make a film.’ This was what Desh Mukerji believed in. And he was so right. Nearly 40 years…

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