I heard a loud metal clunking sound but it was too late! That was my phone. I saw my phone being thrown out of the train!
After battling the flood-like situation in Mumbai me and roommate experienced another unplanned quest. Like every day, we were lazing around in our room and discussing how each of us struggled to reach home the previous day battling the rain and the traffic.
It’s been 2 days since Mumbai witnessed heavy rainfall, water clogging and people being stranded wherever they were. Fortunately, things have recovered now and local trains, the lifeline of the city, are working as usual. Making it a good time for me to share my experience during the tough hours.
No one else can do it. I kill myself when I procrastinate that workout session. I kill myself when I let myself give in to my fears. Say, of heights or drowning or failing at a public event.
I was not forced, neither was I a victim of any scandalous gang, fortunately. But I was almost married to four different people in last year.
I am not a filmmaker neither am I a movie critic in general but I am a fan of Indian Cinema. I usually share opinions about movies only with my close ones but after watching Hindi Medium I feel this compelling urge to share it with a larger audience.
Just dive-in our minds and explore the infinite possibilities of our own personality without tagging or labeling any thought as good or bad. Some things seem unbelievable simply because of their simplicity. But shouldn’t happiness be just that, simple?