Thursday, 8 September 2011

9/11 and its Sequels...

Another9/11 is approaching and the only hope that the time never comes back like the way we faced the horrendous massacre ten years back and its consequences. The kingpin of the atrocities Osama Bin Laden is dead but is the terrorism dead with him? Then why are there blasts in Pakistan, India? Wasn't he the sole terrorist in the world? Many researchers have seen that although bin Laden was finally assassinated, he won some major successes in his war against the United States. Is that an ultimate end? Or the beginning of the end?  Bleeding the US was his mission. And he made US Bankrupt through its small attacks. But what have they gained? Their country has not progressed a bit instead its going backwards due to harboring of terrorists therein. They dont have even enough food to eat due to lack of cultivation. And no country wants to help them. Forget about education and subsidy. Even entry of UN is restricted to certain region. So is this their victory? You call this achievement? Nothing waits for the welfare of country citizen against hatred, bleeding, horror and hungry faces. Being heavily influenced by Arab countries they are just being a bunch of Scape Goats. And their mantra reaches everywhere in the air, even in India. Mumbai Blast is the biggest catastrophic example of nasty terrorism. Then there was cruel attack at the Taj Hotel Mumbai, again there were serial attacks in every year here and there in India. Finally yesterday the Delhi bomb blast at the high court was a real eye opener for the subsequence of 9 11. It’s just two days to go and they have proved they are stronger and they are everywhere. After watching my country attacked, watching and seeing the news media, my academic institutions, and my government blatantly, outrageously, shamelessly lying and rewriting history days, even hours, after it happened before my very eyes, I began to question. I ask myself. Where do we stand? Why are we living in fear? Why do we think twice before stepping out in a heavily crowded market place? Why do we avoid travelling in local transports? My friend is dead today. Maybe Its I tomorrow!

And these questions lead to even more questions.

9/11 changed my life by making me aware of the historical and international politics which could have stopped the episode to occur and so the other terrorist activities. Its just that we do not have a solid network to fight with them. Whatever we have with us looks really bleak to them. And hats off to their unity or harmony...whatever!

If there was no internet, the funny people like us would be so blind as to be comparable with that of East Europeans or North Koreans or even the Tibetans. But I must admit the fact that the Tibetans know that they are being lied to.

I stopped trusting journalists and media. They suck big-time. Instead of condemning terrorism they are putting serial murderers on the reality show. Get a life! The best place is prison for them. And the funniest thing to digest is Kasab still alive out of all these. But the question is still a question. And India is not a sole country responsible for its own predicament.

Do you know how many years did it take for the French and other nations supporting them to ultimately arrest Carlos and to destroy their network?
20 years. Yes 20 long years.

This says it all!

Monday, 29 August 2011

Anna Hazare, The Iron Man of India

Meet Anna Hazare. They call him Second Gandhi of India. An ex army man carrying true patriotic spirit is trying to change the phase of "Corrupted" India.  He is leading a movement for passing a stronger anti-corruption Lokpal bill which is pending from last 42 years. Believe it. This is a revolution. And the whole India is backing him up. If not whole then at least the major middle class mass. The entire hue and cry, the dharnas, the gathering and the protest is constantly proving that the Indian middle class matters. It matters a lot. Finally Indians are waking up to fight against corruption. But where do we exactly stand? Anna started his Hunger strike in the month of April and you can see him again on Hunger strike in August with strong supporters like us. This has not moved a bit and he didn’t get the Jan Lokpal Bill till now. He didn’t even get a resolution passed in favour of his three sticking points. But yes we have huge supporters from different strata of our Society starting from Film stars to the normal people like us. His fast hasn't achieved anything but was able to bent Parliament a little to his will. If you look at it, the half way victory is a win-win for all of us. People are well aware about the current predicament and Anna Hazare. In nearly two hundred cities across India, thousands of college students, young corporate and housewives are joining Anna's campaign in every minute. Even the 6 year olds in the school know about him and support him with whatever little they have heard about him from their teachers and parents. This is called mass pulling in true sense. If the victory is half a way then the remaining laps are not that far. The glass may look half empty but it won’t take much time to fill it up to its brim.

What is the take of our so called Country heads on Anna. What do they have to say? Why are not they coming out to help to pass the bill when the whole country agrees to it? Is it a dare or a double dare for them?

Rahul Gandhi has finally broken his month long silence on the face-off between the corrupted government and Anna Hazare's campaign by saying, "In the last few months, Anna has helped the people to articulate this same sentiment (against corruption). I thank him for that". Rahul, do you just have to thank him? Why not standing by him?

On the other side,  Mr Manmohan Singh says "He has become the embodiment of our people's disgust and concern about tackling corruption. I applaud him, I salute him. His life is much too precious and therefore, I would like to urge Anna Hazare to end this fast".  Anna is used to hunger strike. Please don’t think too much about it. If not you then someone else is trying to spruce up our country. Why not fastening the procedure to pass the anti corruption Bill quickly in the Parliament Mr Prime Minister? What are you doing?

Sonia Gandhi is a sad story. She is recovering some serious ailment. When will India recover? Our Government is drunk and drugged with power and corruption. When will you sober up?

Why is there a huge delay in passing the bill? Government is petrified. Anna is ahead of them. Manmohan Singh, Sonia or Rahul Gandhi won’t sell anymore. Not even in "black". And we are NOT buying stuff in "black" anymore. No more corruption. The white is in! It’s the newest trend and the truth is out just like the cats and dogs! Let’s get with it.

Monday, 8 August 2011


Puja Mehra, 23 years old very beautiful girl, Leads a perfect life, perfect body, with an awesomely paid job, has a hunk like boyfriend, goes out for dancing on every Saturday.... but one fine day she commits suicide leaving everyone haunting why did she do so? her boyfriend is too traumatized to talk, parents are devastated....friends are shocked.. but why? why did she do that?

She clearly mentioned in her note that no one is responsible for her death. And police verified that it was her handwriting and thus it says that she was not forced to death or nothing compelled her under any cicumstances or any given condition to face death. It was her personal decision. But  why?

Well this is just another story or may be real. But lot of people have suicidal tendencies even if they are very happy and elated in life while everything is just going normal. but there is some void in life which hard to fill up making them feel miserable and lead to death or near to death! Or is it just a sickness or a very poor distracted mental condition which no one can control but death? is that an ultimate? Death amplified?
There should be someway out to control Suicidal attempts.

Suicide is NEVER the answer,getting help is the answer.
"I went for a holiday with my partner and eversince I don’t feel that way", says Seema, a librarian. She used to be suicidal for no reason. Upon asking she just quoted "I wanted to meet death. I know this is silly but it keeps popping in my head. but life is so beautiful after the holiday. I never feel that way anymore. if it crops up again I just have a relentless telephone conversation with my boyfriend or I start watching my favorite movie. Thank God it hasn’t relapsed since 4 months"

What can be the bottom-line or the ready remedy for this?
Do something which you always dreamed that could make you happiest. This will clear off the clouded mind of being suicidal. At least this will give a long time happiness which will linger in mind" says Dr Varun. Indeed a very good point. But why not picking up a hobby to beat this. If you are suicidal, you probably are suffering from clinical depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, postpartum depression, PTSD, or something similar. And if you have something along these lines, you actually have a chemical imbalance in your brain -- and you cannot possibly think straight because of it. That is beyond your control. But many made it a success. So whats the key?

"I joined Yoga classed and kept engaging myself in lots of activity and made sure I m with somebody or the other always during any part of the day" says Raja. Yoga definitely brings solace to mind and activities yes. Pick up a hobby or anything you like to do.
Five random positive key to this:

"I moved in a new location"

"I just love books so I took a part-time job in my neighborhood library"

"Was not in touch with family since ages. Reunion with family, especially mum gave me hopes and positivity"

"Spent more time at work and superseded lot of my colleagues and was awarded with a promotion"

"Started having plenty of really helps.. beleive you"

Razors pain you,
Rivers are damp
Acid stains you,
Drugs cause cramp
Guns aren't lawful,
Nooses give
Gas smells awful,
You might as well live....

And they happily lived ever after!

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Common drunk lines of Delhi guys!!!

1. I am not drunk Seriously!

2. Lets go to Gurgaon. It'll be fun

3. I WILL drive the car. Not you!

4. Dont mind brother....

5. You have to tell her that you love! Call now.

6. I wont drink for next 15 days.

7. Do you think I m drunk?

8. Your phone is ringing.

9. We are true brothers..not friends.

10. Lets have one last small drink.

11. You have to speak to her today. Where is your phone?

12. Why am I not getting drunk? Seriously yaar!

13. Lets go to Agra and come back.

14. Nothing beats Chicken tandoori with this. What have you ordered?

15. Look at that girl..her booty! Gawd...

16. No cigarrettes....all over.

17. Your party is due next week.

18 . Lets drive down to C.P atleast.

19. I have given up drinking from today.

20. One more please..bro...

21. Where did I keep my phone? Please give me a buzz.

Monday, 25 July 2011

Give me Red! The coolest DTC Bus...A worthy Ride

"I say hello, you fool, I love you, Come on join the Joyride", Roxete is right in their words and tune. The only thing is probably it was not meant for Delhi buses. But who cares?

If Delhi Metro rocks then Delhi bus certainly doesn't rock any less than that. Now the crowd is equidivided between Metro and buses. Or Metro is more crowded? Ahem Ahem! Just go on the road and take a few glimpse on the bus and you will be able to find out the truth. The truth about cats and dogs!

Delhi is slowly bidding gooodbye to the dud non ac buses. More and more DTC AC Buses are brought on the road thinking to deal with Delhi's muggy weather. Thank you Mr Arvinder Singh Lovely, Our hon'ble Transport Minister. You actually proved yourself lovely towards the Entire Delhi mass.

6pm at Andrews Gunj Bus stop. People are waiting for their bus to their way to home. But where is the maddenning jostling crowd? You practically can stretch both of yours arms widely and take a 360 degree turn and still there is space.. No tensed up faces to see. The girl is profusely talking on phone. Auntiji is taking the best bite from the braised corns as if she does not have any hurry to reach anywhere. The Gentleman is smoking a cigarrette peacefully and the boy in white shorts with his tennis racket is changing track in his white ipod. Two begger boys are chasing eachother. And a couple under the bus stop shed  sitting dangrously close to eachother. Is this a place for romance? Or they too are waiting for their romantic bus ride?

The Red bus arrives. No no, There are two infact. One Red and the Green. Their size is same but the looks are slightly different. Peple slowly alight from the buses. No one is shoving anyone nor anyone is shouting like a touter about the bus routes. The seats are full in both the buses and very few standees. Some people are sleeping or have they just kept their eyes closed? Looks like they are drugged to the new their new comfort zone. Why not? Cool air, cooler seats and coolest wheels. Why not...Indulge yourself in this stylish mode of coolest transportation. Just then the girl attends her phone, "Mamma you dont have to send the car to the metro station. I am fine I'll be there in next 20".

P.S: You can buy a Rs 40 daily pass from Delhi Transport Corporation and travel unlimited in its swanky air-conditioned buses. Go to the following link:

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

I am too sexy for my hair!!!!

Long hair is passe, no one does rebonding thesedays, black sooty hair is so boring, Emo is out of fashion, not much choice for short,cropped up hair. No you are wrong. Completely wrong. Everyone has options to style his/her mane in their best possible manner. Its your hair. So think deeply and discuss with a proper hair stylist befoe changing your conventional hair style or colour. Delhi, where almost every youth is a fashionista there has to be something "sexy" about the places they go for their sexy hair cut. Here are the few "uber cool" places that meet our reconnaissance mission where you can give your hair a cut, a spa or a nice treatment or maybe just a plain massage after a long tiring day! But they have much more to offer you instead!

Soops, GK1 M Block: More than a salon, its a hangout lounge for the upper cooler crowd of South Delhi. Choc-a-bloc with the regulars. Super friendly crew and rocking music makes it worth spending time to indulge into the best hair do. They do all kind of stuff and their speciality is transforming into celeb looks. Normal hair cut costs 500 Rs but from a Specialist will cost you 1000 Rs. Its your choice.
Phone: 46536577, 46536588.

Crew Cut: A coziest hub in Amar Colony. Its really value for money. The owner Naseem takes extra care of every customer. He even carries a set of Jaguar scissors. Hospitable stuff will make you keep coming back for more. A very homely affair where they will offer you tea, water and even snacks if you are lucky. Their speciality is Streaking and straigtening. Hair cut comes as cheap as 100 Rs. But there is always a queue of people waiting for haircut. So you cannot be timebound.
Phone: 26448639, 9871909909 Note: Its relatively empty on Tuesdays.

Looks, Khan Market: Superclassy hotspot for the expats, models and moneyed delhites. You cannot come without prior appointments. Otherwise wait for the whole day at the foyer. They are good at everything. But they are famous in coloring.Their color of this season which suits everyone is "iced capuccino". They also offer relaxing massages. Average haircut with shampoo and blow dry comes for 1400 Rs.It is definitely a first rate place as famous celebs fequent this place almost everyday. Just go and check out yourself. It deserves atleast worth one cut.
Phone: 41757233, 41757244

Images, Lajpat Nagar2: Sounds like a deal. Beside hair cuts they have different offers that come in packages like Haircut, facial, threading etc with a reasonable ammount. They also do full body waxing for men for 600 Rs. The owner "Mr Gandhi" is very friendly and suggestive about the haircuts and the best deals that you could fetch from their services. They also offer complete body treatment that includes Body Polishing, Hand and feet massage and Stress Releiving treatment.
Phone: 41716966

Time to indulge and spoil yourself silly! Despite our daily challenges we deserve to feel special and appreciated at times. Its time now. Hiar, body or Soul. They all need personal pampering. So go baby go! Look and feel different.

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Pre-party Diet(A must do in this party season)

There's a big fat wedding in this weekend. Your best freind's birthday bash is on next friday. Sister's wedding anneversary is just 10 days to go. How to cope up with all these parties and still remain in shape? You deserve to look your best. Delhi really knows how to party and so do you. So dont stop yourself from gorging those laddus, cocktails or buttery kababs. You actually can eat all and still keep up that sexy figure of yours. Here is the Mantra:

You have to do this diet the day before your party so that you look fabulous on the following day.

1. Paneer fry: Shallow fry the paneer and keep it aside. Add some crushed pepper. The protein present in paneer helps your skin look super fresh. Keep eating this whenever you want to.

2. Brown rice pulao: Boil brown rice and fry chopped red pepper and mix them well. Add very little rock salt. Red Peppers accentuate metabolism and help in burning fat and brown rice keeps your stomach clean with its fibre factor.

3. Veggies: Chop asperagus, Broccolli and Mushrooms. Toss them all with olive oil, peppercorns, garlic and a dash of lime juice. Dont add salt. The taste itself will be divine. You wont feel the need to add salt. It will be a spoiler then.
Asparagus helps you to get rid of bloating up looks.
Broccoli is a natural source of added fibre.
Mushroom has zinc which is vitally important for sound sleep and helps in muscle toning.
Pepper aids digestion

You have to have this salad as dinner, the night before your party. If you are still hungry. You can drink a glass of chilled double toned milk with few drops of vanilla essence in it.

Good night and happy partying! You are bound to get complements. Beleive you!

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Bomb Blast.....Is there an END?

Disgusting, disturbing, sickening....what more to say? Bomb blast again in Bombay. When will they stop? Have they already found some Pakistani connection to this? Wait for a day or two. Some terrorist group will definitely be nailed down. Everyone is glued to the tv. What happened is really sad. It moved me to tears to see the road spilled with blood and the dead bodies. I m angry, sad, traumatized and dont know whom to blame. How long can we play the blame game? Why are we blaming pakistan or any other muslim country? Why cannot we manage our own terrorism. With highest population and the best leaders we dont actually need suggestion from any other country. Because terrorism lies with us. Before blaming pakistan we should look at us. Kar sevaks are the true example of Indian terrorists. Aren't they? And the worst part is we elected them. They are one of our leaders.

After Osama's death there are still many terrorists harbouring in pakistan and some are being born everyday. What US did set an example for the terrorists not to touch them again. Or do they have some other plots? Why cannot we do the same? Even why can't we pressurize UAE to nab down the terrorists for mumbai blast in '93? Why are they walking freely after creating such a massacre in a foreign land? Shouldn't there be some global law for terrorism? And why is Kasab still alive? These questions are definitely answerable but we dont have any. How long do we have to live under fear, trauma and panic?

We have to take care of ourselves. We cannot blame our cops or our leaders. We have to show the love towards our country. We have to be careful. We have to be aware of whom and why we are voting and whats going around ours. We have to be alert. We don't know the name of our local counsellor, MLA or our home minister but we know who Monica lewenski is. How horribly ignorant are we? We are globalised but we dont know the factoids of our own land. what happened to "Mera bharat mahan"? We cannot just shout slogans. Its time to act. We cannot lack in ability and intelligence. India has given birth from famous nobel laurets to the super duper astronauts. We have to exploit our intelligence to curb terrorism. And no mercy should be showered on such heinous crime. Ask the family memebers of the victims. They will have better ideas.

I strongly beleive that whosoever connected to such acts should be given the most scariest death that they can ever think of. Shoot them point blank after proper interrgation and show it on global television. This is so inhumane but the question is "Can a terrorist be called a Human?". Wake up India, dont stay so numb or drugged! Act now before its too late for yet another explosion to happen.

Fare Unfair!

This has happened many many times with me. Out on the rutted roads in Delhi and hassling with the auto drivers. Arguements are never ending. They refuse to go with the metered rate and I abuse them. They would call me names and I would give them a mouthful. I fight over the amount as small as rupees 5 like a slum dweller. And the story goes on....

Is the flip side of the story any better? Talking about the Pre-paid fare of the autos will disappoint you big time. They are a big ripoff. Spcecially if you are travelling a long distance it will leave a hole in your pocket. You are not just paying extra but almost more than 25% of the metered amount. You finally conclude that you should not have availed the service and you could have just thought of taking a chance with the auto driver from running road for a better deal.

Prepaid booths sound reasonable as they say that they charge 5rs extra as "service charges" for giving safety conveyed to the destination. But thats not the case. They charge more than that.

The metered rate from New Delhi Railway statiOn to CR park is 107 rs but a pre-paid auto will cost you 140rs. Same applies when you travel from AIIMS To Kalkaji. By meter it will be 72rs but for pre-paid service you are paying 100rs. You are just not paying extra but also bearing the cribbing autodriver who is hellbent not to drop you to your residence if its little interior or touching the fag end of the colony even if it falls under the same location. They will ask 10-20rs more and then the cheap fight starts again. SO practically it comes all back to circle. You have no other option but to bear with the entire dramatic situation. How unfair the fare is! OMG
Refer to the website below, It will help you to determine the auto/taxi fare when you are on the road!

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Write, Earn, Live....Love!

Mohit always stays home in Motia Khan, close to PaharGunj. Infact he loves to stay in the house. No he is not grounded. He makes a decent income. He doesnt have to listen to his Boss. He doesnt have to even fight with the daily traffic to reach office at 9am. His freinds are jealous and so are you. Isn't it? He sits at home and writes all day with unlimited coffee breaks. He is allowed even for a short afternoon nap. This is amazing.

"Writing is much fun. I can do it all the time", says Neena 36 years old housewife who freelances for a Content writing firm at Safdarjung Enclave. She manages her entire house hold work and keeps in touch with everyone and meets every social commitments. She adds "After my baby was born I needed a home based job and article writing was the most interesting thing I found and I make pretty good money every month. I am certainly blessed."

"Article writing" in India is the hottest job thesedays. It is one of the most sought after career if your have a knack in creating writing. Put this on a search engine and this will result in thousands. Many of its are outsourced to India. But why? Average Indian writers are bubbly, youthful, artristic and more so very colorful. To become a successful content writer in India or anywhere in the world along with good writing skills one has to be good in research and reading. Its like 70% research and 30% own writing. Indian English is considered very purest. Indians can really play with words and they have excellent vocabulary. Who can stop us from flourish? Looks like India has continuos blessings from Laxmiji as long as your output is error free not only from language or grammatical part of it but it should not lack in ambiguous facts and ideas.

Gone is the time when Prime Minister admitted the Indian economy is falling and acute. Financial crisis initiated reforms in lot of industrial sectors. Just then the dramatic entry of BPO services, ITES jobs, Content writing took over and marked a revolution in Indian economy.

India provides tailor made writing solution to the world. its highly picking up. Many SEO services in metros catering to a large number of clientele like yahoo or google. And this goes at par with Content writing. Earlier any online eterpreneour would think about layout and design about his website but now the core importance lies on Content and SEO. "My website website may not be attractive but due it its rich content its appearing in major search engines" says Bala, a young enterpreneur from Mayur Vihar, Phase 2. It makes the business more credible. Our subject experts are fully equipped with their knowledge but to put them into words we need highly professional writers. And then it is superhit.

No its not hyped at all. It is the reality. Indians can make it in every field and its proven. India has managed BPO related work, Medical transcripting and why not atricle writing? We can conclude saying that we have to be conscious and keep SEO in mind. It is definitely not wrong to tell that India is the best place to outsource Content writing. Chak de India!

Monday, 27 June 2011

OMG Rain finally!!!

Finally Rain hit Delhi yesterday welcoming the mosoon is here a notch before 3 days. Delhites were really waiting for rain with a bated breath. City received sporadic Rain and the sky is no more azure and bright! Its cloudy, wet, partially dark and its sprinkling drops on us. Yippie! Monsoon is here. Delhites really know to celebrate the season.

Rain wiped out the heat of Summer completely. Spotted many couple walking hands in hands on the lush green grass carpet of India Gate. A pair just kissed eachother covering the umbrella! This is so bollywood. No it is not. It is Delhi and its free emotion. People are buying bhelpuri and all sorts of snacks  from the hawkers ignoring the cocktail of their snack and Rainwater. Ecstatic Rain and euphoric Delhites.

Its certainly a respite from the plus 42 degrees unbearable temperature. Families are out at India Gate with their children. The happy mother is buying her children their favourite Icecream.

The begger boy is also not deprived. He is gorging on some momos bought him by some genuine soul.
School kids are out and running on the sidewalk chasing eachother in the cheering rain. Oh Delhi you look so good and so are your folks.

A welcome relief from the scorchy heat has not stopped our senior citizens from the mauj masti. They have flocked up under the tree or sheds during their early evening stroll in Lodi Garden. And some are even doing their Rain walk. Ofcourse we love getting wet.

Corporates are out in Cannaught place from their airconditioned office and loudly chatting and walking along. Fianlly a much deserved break from the artificial weather!

A bliss, happiness or fun galore! Delhites enjoyed it all!

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Real Fakes: Spot them!

Delhites flaunt brands. They are the usher of India Fashion. You can find people strutting in Gucci, LV, Prada almost in every corner of this walled city. Almost entire India gets clothes supply from Delhi. There are factors like variety, style and the costeffectiveness which pull people to Delhi for shopping. With mushrooming malls with designer clothing stores, accessories life cant just get any bigger or better. Splurging is all you do for your happiness. But are you sure that you are buying the original stuff or the replica? You must determine the authenticity before purchasing your stuff if you are not buying from the standalone branded store.

There are many ways to distinguish actually.

Websites: Never buy superbranded stuff from websites. Incase you are serious please check for the permission before buying. Ask thenm to mail you the permission copy from the respective designer. Do not be fooled. They just want to cheat your money by giving you a fine fake copy. The ONLY authorized site by Louis Vuitton is And there is nothing called clearance sale on website. No well known brand would actually clear their stuff. Dont be gullible.

Stiches: Have a close look of the thing that you are buying. May it be bag or belt or a nice dress. Designers always inspect and test their stuff before putting them for purchase. They do a strong quality check of all their stuff. They will be absolutely flawless. Make sure that no strings have come out or some seams are missing. It does not happen actually when you buy an authentic brand.

China town: Now you know it. You are actually here becuase you want to buy fake stuff. The word "Chinatown" speaks it all and its so self explainatory. Nothing more to say.

Licensed Copies: They are NOT counterfieted items but be extra cautious while buying them. Buy them ONLY from the store. The licensing allows the brands like "Guess" to copy the Trangular lebel from "Prada". Only the word "Guess" is replaced with "Prada". Another example is "Guess" copying the "C" design of "Coach". They just replace it with a twist of G. Its difficult to distinguish a fine copy but if you are a regular buyer and have an eye for original stuff you will easily be able to figure it out.

Huge discounts: Please be aware that there is nothing wholesale or huge discounts thrown at your designer's store. Gucci or Prada will never be on huge sale like 50%. Loius vuitton is out of question. They have their own clientele and quality which doesnt bend them to go for sale.

I myself spotted good fakes at the bylanes of Karol bagh, Malls of Gurgaon or even at the flea markets. The most sellable fakes are Ed Hardy, Christian Audiger,CK, Armani and Reebok in New Delhi. So please watch what you are buying and from where you are buying! It's not only an investment in buying originals but it also boasts your confidence level. Surely you want it! Beleive you.

Monday, 20 June 2011

"Shaitan" of Mumbai hits Delhi; A Preview

A Bunch of college students on Delhi Metro are deciding on which movie to go for. Finally they agreed on "Shaitan" and alight at the Saket station. I am so happy. Finally I have some bubbly company at the Cinema. The feeling is so uplifting. But you will have a different picture of the youth when you watch it in the silver screen.

Shaitan tells the story of five youngsters from the upper strata of Mumbai. They are young, loaded and free on the road of speed driving in an expensive Hummer. And yes coccaine. The new addition in drugs scene. But soon they realise that they are in a delusive track. Good times dont last forever. They get themselve into a terrible crime and to cover this up they raise ransom by pretending to abduct their new cool buddy "Amy" played by Kalki Koechlin.

Shaitan reflects the dark sides of the teenagers of any Metro city. They are aggresive, cruel, edgy, sexual and definitely selfish. They narrate the "uber cool" factor and they know no boundaries and live life to the fullest with maximum excitement. Wild Mumbai and so are their children of New Gen.

The set up is awesome. It makes you feel as if you are watching an eclectic Jamie Blanks' flick set in hollywood. Hollywood and bollywood are both spelled in same breathe. So look out for suspense, fun, harsh reality,  lots of tension, some spine chilling and some "heart in your mouth" scene for 2 and half hours.

The best part is there are no main particular protagonists rulling in this film. There are no heroes or heroines. Everyone leaves their best impressions. No romantic songs in this movie yet the sountrack is awesome.

Rajeev Khandelwal plays the cop who chases the youngsters and finally nails them down has definitely focussed performance. Kalki's expression and her acting is definitely talked about. Above all everyone makes their presence felt in their acting throughout.

It is a must watch flick for you. In the matter of fact, it's a manifestation of what's happening around us in today's India. So get Real. You dont get to see much genre like this in bollywood cinamatic mileu so its definitely worth one watch.

Shoe Spa: Clean me, Shine me and treat me right!

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Leather shoes @ Rs 249
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With friendly stuff and prompt service, it has already earned its good name in the market. So stop worrying for your worn out Jimmy Choos, Manolos, Woodlands, Reeboks etc etc. Just call them for service. You won't regret. But one last thing, dont forget to put some "special instruction" for your shoes while sending them for the spa. Lets play safe.

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Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Dip, Dive, Dunk: Delhi Pools: Summer 2011

The heat is unbearable nearly. Its 42 degrees outside. You can even fry an egg on your side walk. But you can do some other coolest things instead. Get into your swimming gear, dab sunscreen lotion all over your body and take a plunge into the pool. Lets beat the heat. Give in yourself to the inviting and inciting water. Oh what a releif! Take a look at the pools listed for New Delhi and choose the one which is convenient and close to you. Delhi has wide options to choose from DDA-Run to the spunky Private ones.

Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Swimming Pool:  Located at Mother Teresa Crescent Road, near to India gate is spread over 12.13 acres with the built-up area occupying 3.7 acres .3 Pools of FINA Standards - Warm-up, Main Competition, Diving Pools .All pools are temperature controlled with digital temperature display system . The best part is its best for the learner and as well as the veteran.  This one with all its benefits and cost effectiveness (Rs 500 per month) is by far the most popular. This is one of the cheapest fetch.
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Khazan Singh Academy: Its in the close vicinity to Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). Located in the lush green shadow of South Delhi. It has excellent coaches, lifeguards and is known for the superb maintenance of the swimming pool. Swimming in the azure water is just fun unlimited. Pay 1300rs per month as fees. Then 700rs from the very next month and onwards. It also has “women-only” slots. Check out the timing at the entrance.
Contact : 011-32933828
Five star Fun, Hotel Samrat: If its expensive  then its exclusive too. Nelson Health Club in Samrat Hotel at Chanakyapuri awaits the upper strata of the society. Its very well maintained and is rated the best on heigene factor. The beauty of the pool lies in the scenery around. It also has a shallow pool for your children. Besides they have amazing per day rates of Rs 450 (for adults) and Rs 350 (children). So what about this Sunday noon?
Contact: 011 26110606

DDA Pools: DDA is the pride of Delhi and so its pools. Nothing fancy to expect. All you will get is a nice cool comfort in this scortchy summer. They also have coaches. But you have to pay extra other than the monthly fees. The rates vary from place to place.
Pacific Sports Complex: Located at the centre of South Delhi. Close to Moolchand and GK1. Pacific Sports Complex has an Olympic Style Swimming Pool. They charge Rs. 2000 per month or Rs. 200 per day. They also offer a good deal if you intend to use the gym as well. So try for the double bounty. They charge 1000rs extra for the Coach if you wish to have one.
Contact : 011-65650387

So plunge into the pool  and enjoy the summer instead of whining about the heat.
The cool benefits:

You will make friends with some coolest water bodies(buddies).

You wont have to bear with the loadshedding at home though this summer is not that bad. Sheila Aunty is watching us. Thank you.

You finally have a smart excuse not to follow the boring tv programs because you go for swimming.

You are the fittest amongst your friends.

WoW..You have a sexy waistline by now!

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Delhi's hottest newest waterholes: Summer 2011

Whats your party type? Do you like it Loud and pumping? Socially and fun? Party in the pool? Or do you really like to keep it really low key? Delhi has options to fit for all. This summer sounds like a plan for every Delhites with the bunch of new clubs that have been introduced in town. Lets take a sneak peek.

Club Scirocco: Its a come back of Club Pluto. Remember 7 years back. Time turns back again. This is all about loud music, dance and grind yourself with the crowd and enjoy the gritty side of life. As soon as you step in you will realise that this club is not meant for quiet nights. Sound hits you to brain and drags you to the floor. No wonder why Jalebi Carter loves to play here. The dance floor is Club Sirocco’s main attraction. They play everything from Classic Rock to Trance.

Club Sirocco:99716-00421
RZ-34, Bawa Potteries, behind Nirula’s,
Vasant Kunj
Wed-Sat 9pm-late.

Cafe 27 & Kitchen: A new hot and happening corner at the upper southern side of Delhi. Its newest and hippest. It has already earned its reputation by its good staff. They also host karaoke nights. You must try the nonveg platter. They also have some fixed discounts on drinks and food. If you want to party low key, its your place then. Foreigners get free food and drinks on certain days!

Cafe 27 & Kitchen Rating: 64512727 
26, Level II, Kailash Colony Market, New Delhi

P'tit Bar: A petite French bistro around the defence colony fly over. This club happens only on friday night.The restaurant turns into a hip night club on Fridays. P'tit started its operation few months back but it has already become one of the favourite hangouts of the expatriates in this summer. You want to share a meal with a frenchman or shake a leg with him? You are most welcome.

Flavors P’tit, 57-59A Moolchand Flyover Complex, Defence Colony, New Delhi- 110024. Telephone - 011.46562579

Hotel Ramada: Wet wet Delhi, come grab a look and plunge into the water games. There are other pool parties happening in other 5 star hotels. But this one is superhit in this summer albeit attended by the right kind of people. Come on Sunday 2 pm onwards. Get your swimming gears. Plethora of fun with friends. A must try.

Hotel The Royal Plaza , 19 ashoka road ( ramada hotel ) , New Delhi, Delhi, India

Koffee with Karan. Grand End of Season 3(Delhi's most talked about show amongst the youth)

(This one was written 3 months back)

Koffee with Karan concluded its season 3 with huge success and TRP counts. Indeed why not? When the whole A listed bollywood stars indulge in a spectacular chatty session with the wittiest host Karan Johar it has to be talked about . Season 3 saw more number of the bollywood debutants this time which was not the case in the last seasons. They all gave us a good laugh, good time and ofcourse a view to their personal life to some extent while they dished out their dirt darting on a national tv. How daring! It was fun. It's the kind of show you just watch and feel happy about it and then forget and go to sleep but again discuss the same on the very next day at work.

Karan is an excellent host for a chat show. No comparison to the super famous westerners. But he has his way to go buttery, fluttery with the guests and take out some craziest, wackiest answers from their mouth. Or they are just willing to give it all. The Bollywood's pinup hunk John Abraham says he is not good in bed becuase he loves to break bed. Saving the private comments whlist Ranveer Singh declared that Anushka has ushered him from a child to a boy. Direct questions and too much detailing answers make the entire show very saucy and make you glued to the tv for  1 hour. Or should it last more than that?

A sneak peek to the boring side of the show. Yes at times it feels very shallow and childish to hear the questions or even the expressions. Karan flatters the guests more than he throws questions to them. He complimented Aisharya Rai in the show for atleast 50 times that she is the most beautiful woman in the world. And she giggled like a child  each time at 37 years of age. At times it shows that Karan just likes the gossip and the look-good factor of the bollywood fraternities. Thats all. He does not care about the answers.

Turn to its dressy side. No wonder everyone had a super star effect. Karan is impeccable with a dapper don look with his awesomely stitched suits in every episodes. Come on he has to look the best. He is the anchor. Kareena looked the best and very different than others. Others looked like clones practically. Almost everyone wore off shoulder dresses. Best dressed male guest had to be definitely Hrithik Roshan with his button down pink shirt  and his slim fit Armani jacket. He was definitely a stunner.
One after one shocking answers were relentlessly coming on way as Rani chose Sanjay over Karan for her best film directors. Aisharya Rai sheepishly confessed that Kareena is a better actor than Priyanka Chopra. Vidya Balan was really upset by the comments of her fans on her dressing sense. But Rapid Round brought the best shockers and most secret revalations. Saif played the best describing himself  as "reliable, strong and very long"" leaving Kareena totally awed in the show. You will not get such answers from any shows others than sipping Koffee with Karan. Hot coffee and hottest chat. What a combo.

Season 3 was definitely entertaining, interesting and lot of fun. But it left us with some trivia. Why do all the A listers come to his show? Why are the guests same in every season? Why is every guest mad about getting the hamper which just contains the coffee, cookies, chocolate(not imported), an Ipad and a blackberry torch phone. Probably Karan will not leave us haunted with these in season 4. We hope not.

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Archived Fashion: Bring it on!

Going down the memory lane you might just want to pick up some quintessential Gregory Peck Hat of 1950s to show up  bit differently at your friends' get together. A button down shirt from 1970's is so awesome. Or you might just want those frilled dresses of Dimple Kapadia from Sagar. The head band of Parveen Babi from Shaan is just another great gear which you want to keep in your closet. But where will you go to find one? Finally you have to count on your neighborhood tailor or plead your designer friend to stich one for you if you are lucky. You have to look the best in the Retro Party.

Vintage clothes are such a rarity in Delhi and there is practically no shop exclusively for vintage clothes. You can find a bit of this and that from many places as there is not much choice. Marks n Spencer keeps some nice cuts of 1960s and 70s at their stores, not many though. You can find some crazy vintage accessories at Miss Jo. That too a handful. Levis has stocked up some denims from previous decades. Not much to choose from a wide range because there is no wide range.

"I wanted to buy a pair of Breeches like those you saw in 1960's cowboy movies but I didnt find any store in Delhi. I searched almost everywhere. Finally I got it stiched from the very famous Gypsy Tailor", says Manav a very fashion conscious guy and a naty dresser too.

Vintage style gives you a complete make over and stands you out in the crowd.You look so sleek and elegant. Delhi certainly needs a speciality store. The fashionable population is huge in Delhi and ints multiplying everyday so we actually need some chain of stores. Every major International city has vintage clothing stores. There are plenty in London for instance. Then why not one in Delhi? Delhi is flocking with tallented designers but again there is no particular designer who sells only vintage clothes. Get inspired. Create a line. The need is something which is typically a hangover from Victorian age. Lets bring the previous decades back in Delhi.

"Old is Gold" and this statement applies to many. From wine, to furnitures...why not clothing? Keeping the parity of  the varities of contemporary style Vintage clothing will definitely make a good come back. So lets wait and welcome  the oldies. Come back Audrey hepburn, Dev Anand, Clint Estood, Rita Hayword....and many more fashion divas. The list is too big to fit in. Delhi wants you and we are waiting!

Saturday, 11 June 2011

Love me do: Delhi Metro

"Tunnel of Love oh of Love". Indeed its worth falling in love in the tunnel of Delhi Metro if not many times then atleast for once. Mark Knofler would certainly love to do a concert here or would atleast dedicate this song to Delhi Metro if he travelled once. Love makes the world go around and so is doing our Delhi Metro. Such a romantic route connected in wide spread Delhi that you are bound to fall in love with the Metro. Why not with the passenger who you see daily in the metro on your way to office? Love happens anywhere then why not in Metro?

Same group of commuters take the same train at the same given time. Some are headed to office, some to their college. All known faces. Faces of Delhi....why not faces of love? Some muster the courage to talk to the one they like and there the story goes. Others look into eyes. Let the eyes do the talking and then eventually they talk and end up at the coffee shops at the Metro station.

"We spoke to eachother nearly after two months of traveling together and my life completely changed. Thanks to Delhi Metro, I met my love. He is the guy I was waiting for. I would have approached him if he hadn't taken any steps towards me." Some online comments read like that.

It all starts with greeting each other. If the other person likes he or she would definitely greet in return or would atleast smile. And the game starts. The waiting game. An eager wait to meet the person the very next day in the train. And the days go on and so does the love. The new platform to fall in love. Great going Metro! Surely you have heard about the love stories happening in the buses. Now hear them happening in Metro!

To top up the entire love scene of Delhi Metro, a 24 year old Management student introduced a website that helps the fellow passengers to greet, meet and have fun with in Delhi Metro. Please have a look at Signing up is easy and you will surely be able to find someone traveling in your route. This does not only cater to the straight people. This site also have the same option for people with alternate lifestyle. Now sky is the limit. Such a smart usage of technology.

But delhites are always demanding. They want a seperate car in the train for the couples. Delhi Metro already has a seperate car for the ladies and it is a known fact that the last compartment of the train is for the gay people to meet eachother. Now the latest need is a seperate compartment for the couples. Too much to ask for. Will this be fulfilled? King of wishful thinking! Dream on Delhi!

Married "Happy" Delhi Designers

Its legal in India since 2009 and its naturally legal in fashion industry since fashion evolved in India. Then what's the big deal? Famous gay fashion fraternities still cannot come out. Looks like the historic ammendment of Indian Law has not changed much in Indian Fashion Industry's gay community. But babies, we all know about you! I mean they are so obvious.Its so funny to unbeleive. They wear pink trousers, big glasses, skinny jeans but still they are so hesitant in terms of accepting their sexual orientation. They think it affects their day to day life and their correspondence and dealings with their clientele. And to put a cover of the whole thing they get married to girls. Isn't the act sheepishly foolish? But this is the latest trend in the industry. Its trite but this is the rock bottom truth.

A famous south Delhi designer has made a top notch fashion line with his boyfriend and he also married a girl. And the funniest part is they all live together. Oh My God! Are you guys enjoying life? Isn't it gut-wrenching to keep such aching secret when whole world knows about it. Or you just gulp it with a dose of fame? But its so difficult to digest.  We can see. We know its your business and you dont want anyone to intrude. But why a cover up? Why not living alone or with your boyfriend. Its absolutely normal. Poor the girl who has to put up with all these. I m sure the happiness is compensated somehow.

There are many like them on the both sides of Yamuna River.

"I work with lot of gay designers and yes they are mostly married. I have no clue about the reason but they look happy. Or may be they just wear a musk", says a make up artist who does not want to be named here.

But does it really affect their business if they are open gays? This is not a buyable justification. The guru of Indian fashion industry is gay and he is so cool and carries it all so well. And he is the best seller by the way. The whole India admires him.

Or do they just get married under pressure? This too is not real. come on guys, you are the usher of the upcoming fashion legends. You are brave, you have made it big in the fashion scene. So love yourself and don't fool around with your life because we love you and many of us are hugely influenced by you. Life is beautiful and be proud of what you are. Its specially easy in your industry. Isn't it? Life, love, sex and dhoka. Or is it all dhoka? Now thats a food for thought for yourself!

Thursday, 9 June 2011

Cool Delhi Heat.....Beat it with a grin!

Summer at its peak. You are hallucinated with the intense heat. You are sitting in the ac car but still feel the heat. Looking out from the glassy window from the office leaves you sweaty even if the temperature is controlled inside. You are the king. You are luxurious and priviledged. lets take a look at the outer world. Yes our Delhites are still chilling and enjoying the summer with or without the option to remain frozen in Airconditioned envioronment. Yes this is a secret about this walled city. It definitely offers pleasant places in this mad balmy weather.

Lodi Garden: One of the biggest landmark in Delhi and known for its aesthetic upkeep and the tombs inside sarrounded by plush green neighbourhood. Take a heritage walk or relax on those wooden benches. You will see many like you resting and relaxing. Looking at some pretty faces will uplift you. You are away from your jostling city and retaliating is fun in this situation.  I assure you won't feel much of Delhi heat in the midst of greenery and the brooks and the cool people around. Enjoy the moment.

India Gate: It may be difficult to schelp all the way to India Gate in this heat but when you reach your body heat will melt. It is hot for sure. but take a look at the water park and join boating. Looking at the breathtaking India Gate from your boat will give you some cool effect. And you will enjoy every bit of it. Beleive you!

Netaji Subhash Park: By this time you have crossed a number of lanes and streets and you may be tired and want to really relax and unwind. Dont push things to hard in this summer. Its a quiet afternoon. Just step inside this park and settle yourself in a bench under some cool tree. See who approaches you! A turban wearing guy would like to whisper in your ear with his magic wand. Yes the ear cleaner. Its really an amazing experience. Take a look around and you might see some foreigners are getting the same done. He opens his treasure box and takes out lots of pins, needles and nice aromatherapy oil. He loves to chat and he might share some real Delhi secrets which you have never heard. You are assured that you will start hearing things much better than ever before. Try it.

Red Ford: A worldly monument. It does not need its introduction. There is no fan inside but its cool, really cool. Hundreds of tourists are walking around, watching the architechture. Try talking to the walls. They talk to you. Its a really nice break in this heaty afternoon. You will definitely enjoy it.

You come out and see the sun down in bustling crowd of chandni chowk. Finally sun hides behind the Red Ford. You feel the air is much cooler. With some real cool memories you plunge inside the sea of crowd. Beating Delhi heat in this maddenning afternoon was definitely an experience! Wasn't it? OMG!

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

25 things that you dont know about me! (Not about Delhi This Time)

1. I just love Strawberry Diaquiri, the least cool drink in this whole universe. I don’t care if my freinds call it "too gay" or "too feminine".

2. My Louis Vuitton overnight bag is fake. I bought it from a thriftshop in Kualalumpur. but it looks pretty close to original.

3. I keep lying about my weight. I actually weigh 92 kilos. The great part is I dont look fat. But all of my friends know i weigh 78 kilos.

4. I miss my dad terribly.

5. I sing well and could have been a popstar. I just couldnt expliot my talent in proper manner.

6. I am not really really happy with my current job. I m not pursuing any super career. I m just making a living out of it and I am underpaid.

7. Sometimes in the middle of passionate sex I want to laugh out loud. It irritated my partner many times.

8. The closest people I love are my mom and Naveen.

9. I often turn off my colleagues' LCD when they are away from their desk and they wonder what happened to their system.

10. I once had a weird passionate love making dream about my first cousin.

11. I owe a lot to my mom. She is the most strongest woman on this earth.

12. I still dont know some basic formulas of Excel and somehow I manage the reporting job once a week. I keep asking my colleagues and I keep forgetting.

13. My favorite perfume is Cinema by YSL. I m about the finish the second bottle. I will buy it again.

14. I think I am an alcoholic. I still dont knw

15. I dont know what USSR stands for. All I know that its Russia.

16. The first time I tried drugs when I was in high school and I slept for 14 hours after that. I was so scared.

17. Once I spent the whole night discussing about "life after death" with my flat mate when I was 8. Next day I bunked school and went to a haunted house and then to a cemetery.

18. I hate excercising. Sliming surgeries are far better.

19. I love eating grilled livers, cold cuts, chops and Jap food.I can eat 'em in breakfast, lunch and in dinners..all the time. I devour Bengali food equally.

20. I feel like a Pornstar atleast once a day.

21. I have many favourite songs, two of them are "My Sharona" by The Knack and "Do wop(that thing)" by Lauryn hill.

22. These days my favorite band is "Panic at the Disco". They are not very famous but they are doing well.

23. My favourite music video is "Vogue" by Madonna. Many tried copying Madonna but everyone failed.

24. I love reading Jane Austen. I think she is the ultimate queen.

25. I 've always had this deep down feeling that I am not like everybody and there's an amazingly exciting new life waitng for me just around the corner.

Tuesday, 7 June 2011


"No pain No gain" was something like this what Lina's top read when she was spotted in an elite, hip happening water hole of GK2. She appeared very different clad in leather corset, tight rugged denim, a pair thigh high black boots and a huge  strappy watch on her right hand wrist. You are mistaken she wasn't sporting a look "rockchick" look, she actually wore a s&m suit. The only thing missing was a whip in her hand. Probably she tried to carry it but the club rules may have stopped her from doing so. Many people these days try this new(not really, scientists compiled the case studies in 1886 ) tryst of enjoyment. The concept refers to gratification from receiving the infliction of pain or humiliation between two consensual partners.

26 years old Jess says "I love to beat up my boyfriend and he quite enjoys it". WOW, this sounds quite similar when Sarika said "Love or hate? Well, you can hate me. I like that way". Is it really fun? It must be. You have to try it to like it. "We were so bored doing stuff in conventional way and our life literally sucked till the time my husband returned from Argentina and introduced me to this new act. It spiced up our life and its so distressing", says Ravina(name withheld on request).

Remember the scene from Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna in which Rani Mukherjee goes to a S&M store in Newyork to buy her Masochist outfits to surprise Abhishekh Bacchan. So its slowly making its entry to the lives of Indians.

S&M accessories are hitting up the stores in Delhi too. We are not really lagging behind. If its not New york then its New Delhi. Most upmarket Lingerie  shops keep such stuff and they are pretty fast moving. Such shops can be spotted in Defence colony, Khan Market, Saket etc. "We face huge demands from clients starting from Nailed boots to sexy handcuffs", Says the shop owner who frequently visits western countries just to stock up his store.

Surprisingly not much people know what s&m is but they very much practise it. What's in a name? However no hindi translation has been found to this terminology. Come on its India and things take time to come into the light. Suddenly my phone rings,
"Hey I'm traveling to Amsterdam, do you still fancy that Isey Miyake perfume? I can get that for you" Ravi says, my very close friend.
I take a long pause. Then I speak up.
"Get me a pirate eye cap and a cowboy whip".
OMG what did I just say!

Delhi Slut Walk: Come on India!

You are invited. You have to strut your skimpiest, sexiest clothes that reveal the most of your womanhood. Bare it or bear it? Yes its "Slut Walk". So dress like a slut and be cool about it. The bottomline is exhibit being sexy without being branded. Come and claim your right to wear what you want.

Slut Walk has already hit in Chicago, Edmonton, Sweden and Amsterdam. The organisers are encouraging this all over the world and the cordial invitation reached Delhi too. So you will get to see lot of Malika Sherawats, Malaika Arora and also good number of Erin Brockovichs and Elle Woods in the parade.

But is Delhi game for it? Is India up for it without receiving any opposition signal from any political party? Social networking site such as Facebook already received 500 Likes and the initiative has just started. Its a good start you see. And it says "Delhi: Because we've had enough. Walk, Roll, Holler or Stomp with us..Join Slut Walk". This is really a bold step.

An ardent fan says "My ass is innocent, it gives No excuse for assault.
And if it makes you tent your pants
It's really not its fault!
(If Madonna can wear it, so can I)"

No wonder Delhi is up for it after seeing so many supporters going gaga for the parade already. Lets wait and watch out for something sexy, stomping and romping. OMG Delhi, you have been really slutty lately.

Monday, 6 June 2011

Baba or Babe!

It started with anti government gestures, then a mob, a rackus with a mass fight with the police and finally the Baba fled donning a salwar-kameez to save his Godly skin. What a showdown! Respecting women by wearing salwar suit? Well thats what he defended.

"We cannot buy his statement, this is definitely a foolish act. This is something not expected from baba. Saints dont runaway wearing woman's suits. This is such a cowardly act.
"We were all totally gobsmacked at the action taken by the Delhi Police, He had no action but to flee. It has affected his image."

OMG Delhi is getting mixed reviews. The whole thing is so funny. But take a look at the picture of Baba wearing salwar kameez. It fitted him like gloves. Come on look at the cuts and curves! Baba is looking handsomely pretty minus the beard. And there is no sign of objection in his eyes during the take. Or did he just love that? Too bored of wearing the saffron piece?

OMG Whats happening!

Ode to Delhi

New Delhi here you are!  Despite its extreme climate, abusive mouths, loud people, strange mentalities and blah blah.....I just love Delhi. This is not where I was born but its still my home. I get a strange pull from Delhi whenever I m away from here for a day or two, I get sick of Delhi but I still love it to bits. A city with a rarity, a city with fatal attractions...a city where you have to keep coming back for reasons or no reasons..OMG....Its my Delhi...

Delhi, you are my favourite drug! You sexy thing!