Scrumptious food, palatable ambience and excellent hospitality, Malvika Nanda rounds up her experience at Pa Pa Ya, Select Citywalk Mall, Saket Originally written for and published by BornOfWeb.com https://www.instagram.com/p/BPVKKb1A0xh/ The date with this much-talked about outfit from the house of Massive Restaurants was set for a fine winter evening. It’s safe to say that we... Continue Reading →
My review of the Yum Cha festival for WeddingFables.com The Yum Cha festival at Asia 7- Chinese for tea and dim sums is a must do. High on taste and low on calories, what more could a 'watching-the-weight' bride want! http://www.weddingfables.com/blogs/item/372-of-steamed-goodness-tea-for-comfort.html
The Tamasha crew seems to want to live their title rather seriously. They have a new tamasha lined up before their Delhi promotions with the movie crew taking a train journey to Delhi. Apparently, a train journey was Deepika's wish, fulfilled by Ranbir Picture credit: Spice #deepikapadukone #ranbirkapoor #tamasha
A salon directory meets booking engine online, is a welcome effort, to make our lives, a bit easier. We're told that is site is already home to 150 salons so far and all of them have been personally vetted by the BookTheSalon team. In all, once a few basics are in place, this could be a handy site to bookmark for sure.
There are shows and then there are shows. A huge differentiator — between the very expensive international shows, where we pay several times more ticket money, than an average show in India — is the production. Timbre, a Mumbai based entertainment and talent management firm, chose to bridge that gap with a arduous task of multi-dimensional top... Continue Reading →
Lets just say it; the Punditz got swag. They made us wait a couple of years but then the refreshing sounds of Light, have made the wait worth its time. From the packaging to the theme, craft and to the treatment, these pioneers of Indian Electronica have got the mix absolutely right. The album cover fits in... Continue Reading →
Just as wonderful as their lingering short series, the accompanying soundtracks to Pakistani soaps are equally powerful. Despite the controversy over banning Pakistani artistes, the sophisticated, well-shot Pakistani soaps on Zindagi are a breath of fresh air from over-dramatized, over-killed everything Indian soaps. Here's a list of some of our favourites, that always leave us wanting more:... Continue Reading →