All posts by Nida Sohail

Zeroing in on the X-Factor in X-Men

By Ambica Sachin

It started off with a twitch and soon developed into full fledged fidgeting. My fingers, left idle, didn’t know what to do. There was no escaping the fact I was exhibiting severe withdrawal symptoms. It all began quite innocuously enough as I stepped into VOX Cinemas at MoE recently for a sneak peek into my all-time favourite superhero movie – X Men: Dark Phoenix.

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Reading the silences of men around us

By Purva Grover

I have a favourite quote, “stories go to the heart, whilst facts go to the brain.” And the toughest stories to tell in our times are those of a father and son. Our male readers would probably agree with it. Mums and daughters, they’re generous with tears. Something that observation, stereotyping and life viewed as a larger canvas has taught many of us.

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I’m in love with the shades of summer

By Sandhya D’Mello

My soul delights at the sight of a blue sky and a patch of greenery, and they are my best friends now. At times, nature is kind enough to paint a few white clouds on that canvas of the blue sky. Why am I sharing my choice of preferred colours? Well, I have realised that colour sets the tone and mood of our days, and with summer glaring at me, I am all set to embrace it as I do every year, with my collection of summer attire in pastel shades.

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