Living amidst a world that, at the time, was dominated by Himesh Reshammiya singing Jhalak dikhla ja, I felt something that moved within me, I clearly remember, when I heard Numb for the first time. I did go numb for the time when I was listening to the song, and I heard that voice - cold, broken... Continue Reading →
Bit by bit, like the wall of a deep dark cave with its enemy trickling down over it, corroding it with the acids. But the wall, refusing to give in and holding ground rock steady. A few cracks have come now over the ages as waves and storms tried fruitlessly, to decimate your stand. The... Continue Reading →
They may all be true. But after all, Cancerians listen to their own.