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Premam Review: How the 2015 Malayalam Film Affected Me

Eight tall men walk into a shopping mall through the main entrance. At first glance, you would think they have vandalism in their minds, but if you look closely, you will realize all of them are sporting an unusually similar look. Wearing stark black shirts with sleeves rolled up elegantly through mid-arm over white mundus (waist […]

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What’s Wrong With The IMDb Page Of The Film, GUNDAY?

Not to fret over how bad or good the movie was, as I usually do when it comes to movies, this article is being written after I saw a snippet on my Facebook feed shared by The Low Budget Satya Show. It was a snapshot of the IMDb page of the latest Ranveer Singh starrer, […]

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Why You Should Have A Look At This Before You Get A New Internet Connection In Mumbai?

I currently hold the appellative of beta tester in my household society. I test ISPs, which stands for Internet Service Providers. Having used almost every single providers out there from commercial-grade behemoths like Reliance to local fledglings like YOU Broadband, from government disabilities like MTNL to mysterious-firms-that-sport-a-foreign-name like Hathaway, I now am planning to add this experience to my […]

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    Tejas Nair is a freelance copywriter based in Mumbai, India. He writes about cinema, literature, current affairs, culture, and society. He manages search-based digital campaigns for Publicis. more »