Say What: Bad Polly

A large part of the way we talk, walk and react is influenced by our parents. It is a known fact that children pick up their parents’ behaviour, but have you ever thought about how a pet parrot might do the same? Some birds learn to communicate through social learning and listening to their parents.... Continue Reading →

Say What: Randy Johnson’s Fowl Ball Mishap

Randy Johnson, a famous baseball pitcher faced the ire of  "People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals" (PETA) around twenty years ago, for a tragic yet comical incident that he caused on the field. Unfortunately for him, training to become a world-class athlete, did not include a guide on how to escape the wrath of... Continue Reading →

Say What: Bread or Bride?

This lockdown has proven to be something that is disrupting everyone's lives in a major way.  While people are advised to step out only to get essential items, they are also meant to be practicing social distancing. After the country's initial nationwide shutdown came to an end on the 14th of April, Prime Minister Narendra... Continue Reading →

Irrfan Khan: A Legacy Beyond Life

“What happens with every role, you have to trick yourself, you have to creatively find ways to explore the mental state of your character.” -Irrfan Khan on the basics of his craft A man of few words and countless silent expressions. A background character capable of stealing the show. An exemplary gem of the Indian... Continue Reading →

On-Screen vs. On-Stage: The Case Of Heathers

Artistic expression has a tendency to be perceived differently with different mediums. Even when narrating the same story, mediums as similar as film and theatre can vary exponentially. An example of these differences and their subsequent inequal interpretations can be seen between the 1988 cult classic Heathers and its off-Broadway musical of the same title.... Continue Reading →

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