Emilia Clarke

Is it Game Over Time or Game On? Emilia Clarke continues to forge ahead in…


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Yupun Abeykoon

Speed Seeker Yupun Abeykoon is a hard man to track down – literally! For one,…

Gal Gadot

Reality Check Gal Gadot’s ability to handle criticism has provided her with a spirit that’s…

Dr. Natalie Cooke

She exudes a sense of confidence and there’s a definitive aura around her as Dr. Natalie Cooke

Reel Talk

NETFLIX NUGGETS July delights REVIEWED BY Ashwini Vethakan It’s July… and while we may be…

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STAY AT HOME FAVOURITES Hollywood to the rescue! REVIEWED BY Ashwini Vethakan While we ‘stay…

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BOMBSHELL Fox News will never be the same again REVIEWED BYAshwini Vethakan When the #MeToo movement took off, it was because a few women – who until that point had kept their…

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After being the only thing worth our time in 2016’s Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn finally gets her own movie and the lead role in ‘Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)’ – which is a marked improvement over the film that featured Margot Robbie’s first go at the role.

Reel Talk

First published in the early 1920s as a children’s book, ‘The Story of Doctor Dolittle’ has taken many forms of movie adaptations with perhaps the most popular being that of Eddie Murphy’s portrayal of the wonderful doctor.
However, the latest 2020 revival is sadly not one for the books. Sure, children will like it enough but as an adult, it is like taking a spoonful of some nasty medicinal concoction your doctor forced you to drink!

Travelling Solo

Enjoying Solitude on Vacation BY Pallavi Pinakin Travelling alone can…

Garden City

Oreo Curd Cake

Ingredients 150 g – crushed Oreos 100 ml – melted…

Cheesy Treat


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