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Interview with Book Geeks

Posted on 27 January, 2016 at 2:50

BookGeeks: How was your experience as a debut author?

Suresh: Passion generates a dream and the dream becomes a reality provided the passion does not limit itself to the dream and dies once you open your eyes. Having traversed the 65 years’ span of life, my perspective of life has already been realized in a precious experience which I desire to pass on to the next generation inspiring as many of them as possible to dream and think of flagships that they set for themselves ...

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Posted on 27 January, 2016 at 2:40


CAST: Sachin Pilgaonkar, Shankar Mahadevan, Subodh Bhave, Amruta Khanvilkar, Mrunmayee Deshpande, Sakshi Tanwar

DIRECTION: Subodh Bhave

GENRE: Drama

DURATION: 2 hours 42 minutes


Films and Film Festivals rating for this master piece is 5/5

Bhave's debut directorial is no doubt a rare Master Piece. Most original creati...

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Coffee on the Wall

Posted on 27 January, 2016 at 2:40

Coffee on the wall....An amazing tradition


I sat with my friend in a well-known coffee shop in a neighboring town of Venice (Italy), the city of lights and water. As we enjoyed our coffee, a man entered and sat at an empty table beside us. He called the waiter and placed his order saying, ‘Two cups of coffee, one of them there on the wall.’

We heard this order with rather interest and observed that he was served with one cup of coffee but he paid for two....

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Posted on 18 September, 2015 at 1:55

Manjhi by Ketan Mehta touches the heart deep somewhere and on the other does a justice to the rock strong will power of the real Manjhi. Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been the best choice because he blends into such characters so easily so strongly that the result is amazingly realistic.This classic re- creation of a real life story by Ketan Mehta, my friend, deserves much more than an applause or an ovation.