Author: Abhishek Chaudhary

“A true Muslim will never vote for the BJP” and other things my cabbie told me

Mumbai spirit was working overtime that morning. Like any other day reeling under the beating of an overnight rain, city’s traffic was at its peak. My roommate and I, after facing innumerable rejections from taxi drivers, were finally able to beg our way into a Kaali Peeli. As is my wont, I thanked the driver […]

CM Yogi Adityanath Absolutely Demolished People Interfering in His Faith

This author believes that culture is a stronger binding force than religion and it is under this percept some of the following arguments are being made. On 18th October, Ayodhya was lit with more than a lac diyas (I am intentionally not quoting the number of diyas because that is irrelevant and I do not […]

Kohli is often called an Arrogant and Egotistic Cricketer, This News should seal the Mouths of His Haters

At the turn of the 21st century, India was not seen as a sports powerhouse. Barring the victories in cricket, moments of brilliance from other disciplines were far and few between. Since then we have come a long way. While it is right that we did not have numbers to flaunt at the previous Olympics, […]

John’s Madras Café was a Disaster, Can we Expect better from Parmanu?

While it might not be prudent to infer that there is a paradigm shift in the way Bollywood has been making movies of late, there has certainly been a gradual shift and the new generation of filmmakers have taken to presenting history or fiction on celluloid, free of a few inherent bias that the entertainment […]

After One and a Half Years, Nitish Kumar is finally Sorry

We all make horrible choices at one point or the other in life. It’s only human! What separates the extraordinary from the crowd is that he corrects those mistakes earlier than others. A year and a half ago, Nitish Kumar made a horrendous choice when he decided to breakaway from a 17-year-old alliance – an […]

Was Ravi Shastri the Mastermind of the Kohli-Kumble Spat?

In an era when narratives get flipped in the blink of an eye, like it were the easiest craft to execute, the exit of a certain Anil Kumble, who promised to motor the Indian cricket forward, forces you to pause, think and analyze how the development is a result of more than just what has […]