As I sit in my bedroom 2:00 in the night, I can’t help but wonder what is it about Makoto Shinkai’s movies that make feel elevated in some sorts if that makes sense. Maybe it’s just a phase because I’ve been into a lot of anime lately, but no anime series and/or movies have had this kind of impact on me ever before. Maybe I’m just a sucker for good animated movies, but even after watching some highly reputed anime movies, I can say for sure none of them even comes close to Mokoto Shinkai’s work.

Watching The Garden Of…

Writing this so that I could shut up and not ruin my relationships by talking about this movie all the time like an absolute obsessive maniac. Enjoy!

Since the entirety of last week (especially the last two days) I’ve been in absolute awe and just can’t seem to get out of it. The reason for this being the movie that now I’m calling a masterpiece and trust me, I’m not the only one.

The more I think about Kimi No Na Wa or Your name as the English translation suggests, the more I am being pulled into its 2D beauty…

Linkin Park One More Light Era

I recently saw a teens react on linkin park (the video being 3 years old at least) where a bunch of people reacted to the band’s music and how it progressed over the couple of decades, starting from their latest release.

Now if you have been living under a literal rock and don’t know what linkin park is, they are a 2000’s rock/alternative band though later branching onto other styles of music, which has led to many people ( a lot of them disguised as old school fans of the band) labeling them as “sellouts”

Now by definition, selling out…

I’m writing this blog for myself , just like all the others I’ve written (one) considering how many people actually reads them (again, one. Hi Lagan)

I recently started college and to be a part of the vibrant culture that is followed there, decided to join a society. Now in my college there is a whole bunch of them to choose from which is essentially a good thing, except many of them asked for something called a CV. Me being the most carefree person on the planet decided to just ignore those societies that asked for one, hence avoiding the…

It all started with a meme, as it always does in this fascinating digital age we are living in right now. Out of nowhere this clip of this man was everywhere on the internet, being used in various edits and taking him into overnight stardom. So much so that he even got to go on national television.

So whenever someone or something achieves that level of a success, it is obvious that others replicate that to acquire a similar kind of status in the society. However in the case of Hindustani Bhau, things took a turn for the worse


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