Thursday, 20 October 2016

Meet the Flying Jatt on Zee Cinema 22 oct 2016

Meet our Desi Superhero … here comes A Flying Jatt!
10 reasons to watch the film on Zee Cinema on 22 Oct@8PM

We all have been watching stories about super heroes, since yester days, However here is the one to make the difference in the league. A real life super hero- Our very own the Fly Jatt an amazing story to watch.

Here are 10 different reasons, which will make you and persuade you to watch the Fly Jatt on 22 Oct 2016 at 08:00 on Zee Cinema

1.       India’s first flying Superhero
India’s first flying superhero – A Flying Jatt saves the day in the coolest way. Bestowed not only with this incredible superpower our man can also display some jaw-dropping martial art moves.

2       This Superhero has a Supermom
Most of the superheroes that we know pledge to save the world and have lost their parents to an accident. But this super hero has a supermom who constantly reminds him of his duties. A typical Indian mother, she scolds him every time his reluctant to use his superpowers. She definitely is a supermom!

3       Powers + Killer dance moves = Legendary Superhero
You might be Superman or Batman but one thing our flying Jatt wins at is killer dance moves. Saving the world and burning the dance floor all in one - WOW! Now that is what they call a superhero. Let’s shake our booty on the beat with this superhero.

4       The youngest Superhero
Hrithik Roshan and Shah Rukh Khan also had special powers in movies like Krrish and Ra.One respectively. But what sets Tiger Shroff apart is his age. At 26, he bagged a superhero movie as his third film while the others have had a longer run in films before had a long career preceding their superhero ventures.

5       Jatt Fly Karda
As the name suggests, Flying Jatt is all about a superhero who not only goes all out to save his city, but also believes in his prime religious duty of helping mankind. He is the first superhero who has incorporated his human and religious sensibilities in saving his city.

6       Accidental superhero
Our very own superhero was not born with these powers but became a superhero by accident. A superhero at heart and and one who is courageous enough to fight despite being scared is what makes a ordinary man a true superhero.

          Do your chores before you catch the ‘chors’
He is no ordinary superhero because at home, he has to do all the chores like any other child. From lending a helping hand in cleaning the house or buying vegetables, this superhero has to do it all. He might be a superhero for the world but at home, you have to do what your mother asks you to do.

8       A hero with a consciousness:
We all have to give back to our society and the Flying Jatt definitely believes in this.  A protector of mother nature and a condemner of pollution, this superhero does all to protect the environment.

9     A child at heart:
He might have a serious job at hand but he is a child at heart. This is what sets him apart making him a fun, relatable superhero. He has the superpowers but he also has a child in him who will touch your hearts.

1   He is coming to meet you soon
This superhero has no airs about having special powers and is very down to earth and humble. So, he has decided to meet you and save his beloved city of Amritsar with the World Television Premiere of his film, A Flying Jatt on 22nd October, 2016 at 8PM.

Thursday, 13 October 2016


आदत सी हो गई है सबकी...,जुबान से फिर जाना आजकल...!

हो गया है लोगों को शौक...,मुहब्बत करना का शौक़ आजकल...!

मरते हर रोज ना जाने कितने चेहरों पर...,किस कदर आसान,हो गया इश्क़ आजकल...!

क्यों हो गई महदूद हर नज़र...,जिस्म तक ही आजकल...!

कोई नहीं जानता दिल की गहराई में उतरना...,पसन्द हैं नज़रों से गिरना आजकल...!

करना यकीं करना सब पर आँख बंद करके...,ये बेवकूफी 'दीप ' ना करना आजकल...!!!


Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Author’s Interview: Questionnaire with Sachin Singh

So, for this month  featuring  author from Indian Literary                                 world  is Sachin Singh

I am a writer and an activist. Non-discriminate interaction with people from all walks of life is my hobby. That said I see people with equalitarian outlook. Since childhood I have seen a very scattered view of society where injustice, humiliation, exploitation and suffering prevailed quite palpably. My childhood sentiment used to get hurt at this sight. During adolescent age I realized that humanity is in danger. This realization motivated me to work for the cause of humanity.

Questionnaire with Sachin Singh

1.     How did you first get involved in with writing, are you an imaginative person?

Deeply observing the world around is an innate part of my nature. Since childhood days I used to structure my sentiments and thoughts into the form of articles or stories. But those remained confined under the pages of my personal diaries. During college days I used to devour books sitting for hours in the hostel and university library. Then I started sharing my thoughts on various issues through English newspapers. In the initial days itself I got mails and letters from readers reciprocating their own viewpoint on the published topics. It was encouraging as well as learning experience furthering my writing passion.

Though I present the stories from the perspective of fictional characters but most of the stories are of real life people. Employing imagination is a necessary mechanism for presenting the stories in an interesting and thought provoking way. Imagination is an integral part of a writer’s or artist’s frame of mind. So like any other writer I shape my writings with proportioned blend of realism and imagination. 

2.     What do you find most challenging about your writing?

I base my writings on a novel thematic concept. Depicting human life in a realistic tone requires a lot of intellectual exercise. This needs somewhat spiritual balance of heart and mind. Though it’s challenging but dedicated practice overcomes this challenge.

3.     What do you do when you are not writing?

I like reading books of different genre. It’s a cultivated pursuit which keeps me well engaged in the solitary confinements of my study room. I also prefer strolling around; sometimes taking long walks, seeing nature, people and their activities.  It refreshes me, keeps me connected with the nature and helps to understand and improve my perspective upon prevailing societal realities. 

4.     Where do you see yourself in the next 6 months, and 5 years down the road?

Focussing on work is my main concern. Since last many months I am working on my next book. Seeing or dreaming myself under the ambit of certain time limit is like an astrological prediction. Let life flow in its own spontaneous way.

5.     How do you keep coming up with material / content for your story?

Our society presents a vivid picture of human life. So the things and issues which we can see around provide ample content for writing. I thank almighty for blessing me with a photographic memory of the things. When I sit down to write naturally those observed scenes conjures up before my eyes. I jot them down on paper and then type it.

6.     Any specific tips you have for new writers who want to make it big in the world of published books?

Consistent reading habit is needed for bettering writing skill. Hard work is universal necessity for success in any arena of life which equally applies to the art of writing also.

7.     What’s the best thing a writer can give to his readers?

A writer needs to choose the language, theme and content in a way which makes it readable and graspable, simultaneously engaging and invigorating readers mind with good blend of learning and entertainment. 

8.     A lot of people are interested in writing for the money earning potential. What are some tips for people interesting in making money from writing? What are some realistic expectations in regards to what can be made?

An aspiring writer should not get besotted with money or commercialisation of his/her creativity. One should trust upon his competence. The rest aspect follows its own defined course.

9.      What motivates you most in life?

My struggling background. It always keeps me grounded and motivates me towards goodness.

10.  The majority of the readers tend to take sides due religion and such other   

Reading is also an art. If a reader gets preoccupied with certain biasness; there only the charm and basic purpose of reading gets mired. So it’s always better to read a book with open mind. Healthy criticism is an afterward process. 

11.  What is the story behind the name of your book?

Since the book depicts glimpses of life of people belonging to rural and small town areas so I believe the book is suitably titled “Panorama of Life”.

12.  What are your views on increasing plagiarism?

Plagiarism is a manifestation of chronic greed for overnight success.  The distracted individuals nursing off-centred ambition gets lured up to such things. The joy of original thinking is ultimate and a sane mind enjoys the journey of writing in a uniquely meaningful way. 

Thursday, 8 September 2016



BOOK REVIEW - All Aboard by Kiran Manral

​ Coincidentally I am the one who enjoy reading romance more than any genre for that matter when it comes to reading.

Rhea, recuperating from a heartbreak, and Kamal, the hotshot entrepreneur. They meet aboard the Aqua Princess, a Mediterranean Cruise liner, and as the cruise progresses, their mutual attraction does too. The novel is fast paced, with all the elements needed to make it a success – there are misunderstandings, clash of egos, another romance on the side, exes who suddenly turn up to complicate matters, and even a criminal to whip things up and make it more interesting!
I would like to dislocate my share of earful on the story here without further sharing any more details, and trying not to spoil the reader’s eagerness and allowing them to savor the original narration or compelling expression by the writer himself by reading the book itself.
Indeed the climax was quite interesting with twists and turns as they unfold. For that you need to read this book.

Now my Positive viewpoints:

The positives of the story are the characters easily identifiable. The simple plot, lucid free-flowing words and the identifiable characters with swift, zesty narrative style makes a light, engaging and easy read for us.
Characters strike a chord with the modern urban metropolitan readers. The narrative is as easy as ever, the language excellent, without being highbrow. I have been reading Kiran’s blogs for years now, and her books have the same sense of innate humor, which make them such a good read.

Some suggestive points:

Although the narration of the story is wonderful but at some places the story becomes stagnant. A little more editing would definitely increase its appeal. Sometimes, descriptions of people and places are very exaggerated, which seemed somewhat unnecessary. Finally, what strike me or made an impression on me is the way the story tried to explore the fragility and vulnerability of human relationship. That we are flawed being and with that comes perfectly imperfect relationships, which we agree or not but somewhere have to acknowledge the fact. No relationship is ‘happily ever after’. But then it’s our individual choice to persevere or not.

Final words:

Overall if asked I would say this is a good book, perfect accompaniment to anyone interesting in reading on weekend pastime. Overall I would say...this is a good job done by Author (Tuhin A Sinha) … I would give 4 stars to this book.

Monday, 5 September 2016

Questionnaire with Himani Vashishta

So, for this month  featuring  author from Indian Literary World  is Himani Vashishta

Author Himani Vashishta’s Interview

Can you tell us a little about yourself? Your profession and your hobbies!!

With hundreds of shades of my personality, I have always seen it as a challenge to describe myself in words. I felt bit relieved when I saw that you have specifically asked about my profession and hobbies. Still, that will be an irony if an author is not able to describe something in words, but for that, I need to write another book... [Ops am I exaggerating?].  I don’t wish to disappoint my readers, so maybe my formal intro will work.

Presently I am working as the founder of Vidya Retreat [], where we offer a wide range of alternative therapies like- Pranic Healing, Acupressure, Sujok therapy, Psychological Counselling, Yoga, Meditation, Reiki healing, Vastu, FengSui, Hypnotherapy, Tarot card reading, Past life regression, Dowsing,  Colour therapy, Magnet therapy, Angel therapy, astral travelling.

Regarding my hobbies, I love art, art is my life and breath. I love art in its every form. I love to write, paint, handicrafts, origami, gardening, acting... ops my list is somewhat big...

Educational Qualification-
Pursuing- Doctor In Naturopathy
Master's- MBA
MA- Psychology
Bachelor- Law [LLB]
One year Diploma Course - Ayurveda
Master Diploma- Alternative Medicine
Certificate Course- Panchkarma
Diploma- Naturopathy

Spiritual Learning- Grand Master Reiki

Among India's Notable Astral Projection and Lucid Dreaming Practitioner
Read my Book - Astral Projection, Out-of-Body Experience and Lucid Dreaming]

Arhat Yog Pranic Healing 

Kundalini Initiated
Oracle/Tarot Card Reader
Angel Therapist

Award and Recognition -

Patanjali Award by Baba Ramdev
College Colour- Two Times
Third Prize at Internation level in Child Art
Best Cartoonist- State Level
Won hundreds of competitions in painting, writing, acting, quizzes, rangoli, poster making, cartooning, collage, clay modeling, fancy dress etc.

1.    How did you first get involved in with writing, are you an imaginative person?

I think my primary clair is clairvoyance. In Orkut days my user name used to be “Imagination guiding me.” Still, most of my acts are guided by my imagination. Readers of my book “Princess Of Falcons” can better judge my imaginative power.

I have been drawn towards writing since the day I lifted my first pencil, but only a few years back I started publishing. From a very tender age, I have been inclined to write poetry and short stories. My passion for fantasies developed a flair for writing a fiction. My first poem was published in book “Blossom Of India” through a poetry competition held by ‘Poet Of Mars’ an American Poetry Society but I am mostly known for my fantasy novel “Princess Of Falcons. My recent work is an Occult non-fiction, "Astral Projection, Out-of-Body Experience, and Lucid Dreaming" and a fantasy fiction “I still crave for him”. I equally write in both English and Hindi languages. My Hindi essay ‘Dukh’ has been published in the book ‘Anand’ and two Poetry books ‘Garden Of Love’ and ‘Let Him Play The Music Again’ are published online. I am also chief editor of two international poetry collection books, “Fiesta of Love,” “Moods and Moments.” In the year 2013 my story got published in the book “Acerbic Anthology”, which is a powerful and timely anthology of voices standing in unity against the ongoing senseless shame of our world's harmful gender violence against women and rape. 

2.    What do you find most challenging about your writing?

I write with deep emotion and feeling, so while writing in the flow it becomes hard for me to concentrate equally on grammar and sentence formation.

3.    What do you do when you are not writing?

Well, writing is not the only form of art I pursue. My latest inclination is towards Alternative healing therapies and spiritual healing and now I am pursuing the same as my profession also.

4.    Where do you see yourself in the next 6 months, and 5 years down the road?

In six months I see myself as the happiest newly married bride J
Ops you mean in terms of writing.. yeah, I am working on my new title “Broken Not Bent”. In coming 5 years, I see myself definitely as an established author.

5.    How do you keep coming up with material / content for your story?

My imagination keeps guiding me. My rebellion against unjust, love for art and beauty,keeps motivating me to write.

6.    Any specific tips you have for new writers who want to make it big in the world of published books?

Marketing is something, but not everything, if your book won’t meet reader’s expectations, next time they are not going to open your advertisement link even. 

The most important advice I must give doesn’t compromise on your book quality in terms of editing, cover, paper, font size, etc. Being an author I know how one feels about his/her book. It’s really painful when you find your publisher has not brought your book up to the level. I have been through this and it still hurts me a lot.

7.    What’s the best thing a writer can give to his readers?

Food for their mind and soul. 

8.    A lot of people are interested in writing for the money earning potential. What are some tips for people interesting in making money from writing? What are some realistic expectations in regards to what can be made?

In Indian context or even all over the world, I don’t see writers are well paid unless they are the best selling. Well, blogging, content writing is a good option. With original content and a good number of page views Google AdSense can help generating income.

9.    What motivates you most in life?

My nephew Kushagra, he is my only silver lining.

10.  The majority of the readers tend to take sides due religion and such other considerations.

Art unites religion divides.

11.              What is the story behind the name of your book?

Well, I have got many books published on my credit. My debut was ‘'Princess Of Falcons’. In my hometown, I used to live in a Haveli, which was like a magnificent castle. My friends used to call me, it’s Princess. The protagonist of my book also lives in such a place.

My book “I Still Crave For Him” I have dedicated to my lost first love, hope it justifies the title.
“Astral Projection, Out-of-body Experience And Lucid Dreaming,” my this book is a non-fiction, so I gave it a straightforward title based upon content. 

12.              What are your views on increasing plagiarism?

Plaigarism is a grave threat to the industry as a whole and to writers personally, but now publishers and web portals  are well equipped to detect it. By working in a publishing house I know, now first thing publishers do is check plagiarism with today’s sophisticated softwares.

There is no harm in using some good quotes or ideas of other authors, provided their name and reference is mentioned, but naturally the credit for any work should always lay with its creator.

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