Category Archives: Reviews

Podcast: The eCommerce Landscape in India with Mukund Mohan

I just wrapped up the second episode on In The Phone Booth with.. earlier today with Mukund Mohan (CEO, Jivity).

Mukund MohanI met Mukund first at TiE Entrepreneurial Summit 2011, Bangalore where he was speaking about his journey as an entrepreneurs with 2 other. I was planing this episode back then in December. Mukund was proudly wearing  a Taggle t-shirt at TES, this attracted me to him instantaneously, apart from his brilliant discussion on the panel. He was kind enough to accept my invitation and join us today for the telenar.

It was a very enriching discussion, on that you wish could have been stretched a bit longer. Given the topic and the speaker- it attracted over 100 registrations and an interesting set of questions on facebook

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5 things I’d do as the Filmmaker of Prince

I bought tickets and saw the movie ‘Prince’ in its entirety.
But WHY!!??
I don’t know, may be I didn’t have any thing better to think of at that impulsive moment.
But WHY!!??
It has rekindled my urge to blog. I thought of bashing it with a review, but should that be my approach?
One needs to handle such cases sensitively, so I tried hard to empathize with the filmmakers – what would I have done, had I been the filmmaker? I thought aloud, in my mind.
Finally, for the sake of sounding sensitive and realistic (like the one- day CM), I cooked-up listed these business propositions, and chucked the conventional review.
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ROCK ON … and keep rocking

The Movie:
Rock On

Producer: Ritesh Sidhwani, Farhan Akhtar |Writer, director: Abhishek Kapoor |

StarCast: Farhan Akhtar, Arjun Rampal, Purab Kolhi, Luke Kenny, Prachi Desai

Plot Preview:

The movie oscillates between the successful present and the happy past of ‘MAGIK’.

Magik is a band formed by the four protagonists in their early twenties, when they escaped the quarter age crisis by doing the thing they wanted to do.
The band that rocked the crowd and set the stage ablaze moved apart for self centric reasons to give some of its members a successful and ‘well settled life’: the life without a calling.
The story takes you across the split and merger of MAGIK with the magic of meaningful music combined with a coherent sense of direction.

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