This is a movie that won’t grip you to your seat but still worth a watch for all those movie buffs out there. In every other movie, the hero falls in love with the heroine at the first sight. But the Director, Venu, introduces some fresh change with the female lead, Sai Pallavi, proposing Nani at first sight. Just as the bottom line is the … Continue reading MCA (Middle Class Abbayi) movie review
Disclaimer: This blog is maintained (well, authored would a more appropriate word) by two people, because the sensitive one alone maintains the site. And this post is being written by the not-so-sensitive one of the two sensitives as given on the website name. Let the name of the website not deceive you strangers about me. Well it has been so freaking long since I have written … Continue reading A guide to Secret Santa
I want to share my experience of going to gym for the very first time in the 27 years of my existence in this world. It might not sound like a big thing to do but for a person with high levels of social anxiety, it is one BIG DEAL. But I wanted to give it a shot because my fitness level were at a … Continue reading Gymming with my social anxiety.
August 2016, in continuation of the ‘ first episode: meet Borewell’ I mentioned Lollipop in passing in the previous episode. He is still a puppy and must be around 5 or 6 months old. We first saw him in the park nearby. He is like the poster child of an Indian street dog, light brown in colour and slightly thin. I won’t say innocence is … Continue reading Animals in our life – Episode 2: Meet Lollipop
This series will include all the animals that we came across and how they touched our lives. In India you will find a lot of stray dogs and cats that need love and affection. We don’t do much but yes we take care of them in our own ways. So I will try and bring to you such stories. August 2016, Banashankari, Bengaluru Yayy! It’s … Continue reading Animals in our life – Episode 1: Meet Borewell
After a ring of the bell which was rather loud and indicating the HR to send me inside, I entered the room. It was a spacious room and there were ve people who were ready to quiz me. There was a small chair which seemed even smaller in front of those big cushioned sofas the panel were comfortably sitting on. There were two people each … Continue reading My interview experience for SBI PO post Part 3: Interview
We were made to sit in a semicircle with each seat already assigned our numbers ‘1’ to ’10’. After the notepads and pens were supplied, two seasoned elder male persons from SBI came to oversee and evaluate our discussion. They introduced themselves saying that they had joined SBI as probationary of cers too. We were told there would be two back to back GDs which … Continue reading My interview experience for SBI PO post Part 2: GD