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Has Justice been served? - Talvar Movie Review

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One of the most controversial cases of India, The 2008 - Aarushi Talwar Murder Case was one of those cases which left the entire nation in trauma.

This double homicide in which a 14 year old girl, Aarushi and the servant, Hemraj were found dead in a flat in Noida, raised numerous questions, doubts, and a lot many theories which remained unattended to even after the final verdict was held by the Court.

We needed a brief of all the evidences, investigations about the case to come up to a conclusion for ourselves. To settle this case in our heads, once and for all.
Director Meghna Gulzar understood this and came up with Talvar; a fictional dramatization of true life events revolving around the case.



The names have been changed, and each character in the movie has been carefully picked and directed. Brilliant casting, right from the main actors to the supportive ones.
Original facts and observation were carved out, shot and presented in such a way that it makes the viewer Sherlock Holm…

Go Cashless with Ruplee

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Invading the app store in the time when we have so many applications that let us go cashless is one hell of a task.

When I first got the invite for Blogger's Day Out by Ruplee at Lord Of The Drinks, a new eatery at Connaught Place on 19th of September, 2015;
I thought it would be like the rest of them in the market,
But I was taken a back as I got to know about what this app does.



What is Ruplee About?

Ruplee aims at letting customers demand their own bill via their cell phones at over 150 restaurants in Delhi, soon expanding to Mumbai. This eliminates the middle man, i.e, The person serving you!
The user earns rewards by paying smart, and going cashless with Ruplee!



How to get Started:
Check In 
Visit the restaurant of your choice, and dine out.
Don't forget to check in the restaurant through Ruplee App
Call For Bill
When you're done, get your bill on your cellphone through 'Call for Bill' option.
The person on Restaurant's Ruplee Server drafts your bill after pu…

Heads up for Heads Up For Tails

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Such a cute little pup!
They welcome you with love (and also, saliva) when you come home after a long day,
They listen to you when you're ranting about random stuffs
They keep you on the run all through the day,
and just want a pat on their backs!

These little creatures deserve to be pampered just like any other thing in this world!

Pampering has never been easy.
But we have Heads Up For Tails to make it an easier job for us! Not only for dogs, but for cats too!
From their tasty treats, scheduled deliveries to customization! They have it all.



They have a concept which goes by the name Wag Box which was quite an attraction to me when I was browsing through their website.
They make a special surprise box for your pet based on the information provided by you, like the breed, quality, personality, toy preference, temperament, food habits, or any type of skin issues!


Like, for the kind of dog showed in this blog, i.e, Bulky, Lazy Black Labrador;
These are the products that experts…

#ZomatoMeetUp at Gastronomica, GK

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I had this amazing opportunity to be a part of a #ZomatoMeetUp at Gastronomica, GK, Delhi.



The people at Zomato were feeling lucky with the number 7,
So, they arranged a Seven Course Meal for the bloggers at Gastronomica.



COURSE 1 : Soup
Wild Mushroom Cappuccino
I've never liked mushroom in my entire life,
but there was something about this that made me like it very much.
The taste of mushroom topped with milk, cream and herbs; along with long pieces of mushroom made a nice combination!

DRINK 1 : Martini
Orange and Rosemary Martini
This was the first drink of the evening; light, orangy and a pleasant one.

COURSE 2 : Salad
Pear Salad with Poached Red Wine
The twist was that it were caramelized, which made it a lot more sweater and tastier.
The right amount of everything had in one bite would neutralize the bitterness of leaves with the caramelized taste.

COURSE 3 : Appetizer
Quinoa Bhel
This one was presented in a very different manner, right on the table in a pan!


It was a spicy combina…