BlogAdda’s Spicy Saturday Picks – Mar. 3, ’12

Spicy SaturdayHow many of you are planning to watch ‘Paan Singh Tomar’ this weekend? Mihir Fadnavis says that the movie ‘deserves multiple viewings and all the accolades it can gather. So what are you waiting for? Do it now BUT only after reading this week’s top blog posts from the Indian Blogosphere.

    • Who: Sam’s playground
      What: We have fought corruption. What about you?
      SpicyKhud ko sudharo, aapke aas paas ki duniya khud hi saaf ho jaayegi, says Sam. She does not support the anti-corruption movements, and in this post she expresses her views.

    • WhoDebnath
      What: Six days of Turkish Delight
      Spicy: Debnath takes us to an extravagant journey of Istanbul! Beautiful images justify the detailed description of this city. Do have a look. 🙂

    • Who: Just Jo
      What: About watching movies
      Spicy: Joseph has aptly described his views on watching a movie in a cinema hall in comparison with watching it at home. He puts down his point of view, on advantages of both the mediums, in this post. We liked reading this. 🙂 Head over!

    • Who: The Delhi Fashion Blogger
      What: Why women do not deserve to be raped
      Spicy: Komal jots down some pointers, on why women should not be raped. One of the very valid points – they are more than what is between their legs. A comment by yet another man, on the rape case of a 15 year old girl in Noida, has triggered this post.

    • Who: Ankita Taranekar
      What: The Fear of Loss
      Spicy: A nice attempt at writing a thriller story by Ankita. A girl loved and was obsessed with her kitten. But the kitten had a habit of constantly running away and returning back. What happens when she went missing for 3 days? We won’t give out the climax here. Read and find out. 🙂

    • Who: phoenix0612
      What: The cry of the fairer sex
      Spicy: Till the time the law gets stringent on rapists, every woman should do something individually, to protect her interests. Phoenix0612 pens down her anger against eve-teasing and women being considered as the weaker sex. Go and comment your views in this post.

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