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“Half Girlfriend?” ❣️ Well, Feelings Need No Fancy Names!

Half Girlfriend movie 2017

LOVE —> AFFAIR —> COMMITMENTS —> RELATIONSHIPS Are the above phases only relatable to the couples called ‘Boyfriend—Girlfriend’? Well, not really! Every passionate phase in life is synonymous to just one name and that is as simple and as pure as FEELINGS. With the terminology of Half Girlfriend quite in rage right now in lieu of the upcoming Bollywood release based on Chetan Bhagat’s 2014 romantic novel, the youth is not just avidly eyeing on the movie but also trying to interpret ... Read More »

She is Unbeatable Because India Beats in Her! 🇮🇳 💓

#moreindianthanyouthink sangeeta mishra norwegian in India

Have you seen this TVC by Lufthansa Airlines? It embodies the true ethos of India and reflects its growing and ever-glowing global influence. Though the spirit of India is portrayed in a humorous way, this TVC very wittily tells how the whole world appreciates Indians’ energy and enthusiasm and want to beat their winning stride by following them in their silly yet simple ways. The protagonist, the coach in the TVC says, “If you want to beat Indians, you have ... Read More »

Her La La Fairyland, #MoreIndianThanYouThink 👸🏻

miss universe crowning

Once upon a time, there lived a little princess in her La La Land👸🏻 A dainty demure damsel, yet was daring enough to take a stand With her enigmatic aura, she strove to paint her world in pink Cute yet cloddish, she was indeed #MoreIndianThanYouThink 😉 From those cool rompers to flashy dresses to glitzy party frocks, She denied them all but loved to drape her mom’s saree and rock. Akin to that drape, she was determined to detangle life’s ... Read More »

Predictions & Predications: #MoreIndianThanYouThink

Sangeeta Mishra with Bergshaven foreigner predictions #MoreIndianThanYouThink

“You may also be able to predict what’s next and then have the flexibility to evolve.”— Marc Benioff. We Indians have a tendency to predict and predicate about things, situations, conditions and people. That’s the reason we have astrologers, fortune tellers and soothsayers in abundance. The Indian children have to face such predictions and predications about their future during their growing days, not only from the elders of the family but also from the innumerable people around. As a child, ... Read More »

Tbook to Tendulkar, Excellence Needs No Bounds

Smartron Tbook Sachin Tendulkar

Smartest of them all, Sachin is the God of cricket Most functional device like him, Smartron tbook is excellence’s snippet Like all great things come in small packages Sachin, the stumpy powerhouse & tbook, the miniscule tech-baggage He rules the cricket pitch with his power-packed performance Likewise, with its uni-metal body, tbook proves its endurance Moderate, humble, generous, Sachin never runs for big brands With low power consumption, tbook’s battery hardly drains The stalwart of cricket, Sachin played continuously for ... Read More »

My ‘Bindi-gasm’ 🔴 #MoreIndianThanYouThink

bindi the style symphony

Life is all about making your own choices, and I made mine by sticking to my roots. Or, should I say that I was not given any choices but to stick to them! Looking like a stereotypical emblem of India is indeed pride for me today but there was a time when I was being ridiculed for it for my ways of dressing, speaking and behaving. I was 18, just married and expected to be dressed like a married Indian ... Read More »

The Complexity of Indian Complexion & India Shines

Indian journey the style symphony

She sobbed when despite delivering her best she was entitled as the runner up in the fancy dress competition of the Montessori section. She wept when she was punished by her teacher in the primary class just because of a talkative group was caught, though she was nowhere involved. She was excruciated when they said ‘No’ to her despite her good acting skills. She longed to play Cinderella in the high school play, but the lead role was passed on ... Read More »

Brillare Balancing Essentials Kit Review: The Science of MIXOLOGY

brillare skincare products

Recently we have received this balancing essentials kit by Brillare India, the skincare hamper containing cleanser, toner and sun-protection moisturizer. This kit provides a complete solution to my skincare regimen as it cleanses, hydrates, and protects our skin from morning till evening. We are using all of these 3 products since last 1 month and there are certainly clear and positive results visible on our facial skin. Recently, I received this balancing essential kit from @brillareindia a complete skin-care hamper ... Read More »

Mumbai Varanasi Express: 30 minutes of self-reflection

Mumbai Varanasi Express

Royal Stag Barrel Select has been providing opportunities to budding Movie Directors to express their creativity through short films on their YouTube channel. It has become a highly credible and viewed YouTube Channel with a niche audience who enjoy insightful and different cinematic works. After some amazing short-films like ‘Ahalya’, ‘Nayantra’s necklace’, ‘Interior Cafe’, ‘Ouch’, ‘Chutney’, ‘That Gusty Morning’, they have another inspiring cinematic piece of work by the name ‘Mumbai Varanasi Express’. Gorgeous actor and model and the winner ... Read More »

Abandoned: Haiku

~ Haiku ~                                                                       ~ Haiku ~ Forlorn summer nights, My heart sinks deep for banished callow mangoes! — Sangeeta Mishra Shared with Haiku Horizons, Prompt: ‘sink’ A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen syllables, in three lines of ‘five’, ‘seven’, and ‘five’, which evokes ... Read More »

Door: Haiku

door haiku

~ Haiku ~                                                                    ~ Haiku ~ I soothed my anger in a tranquil plunge to set free from enclosed doors! Free from enclosed doors, my soul rose from ignorance, and I resurrected! — Sangeeta Mishra A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen syllables, in three lines ... Read More »