Spicy Saturday Picks – 8th November, 2014

Spicy SaturdayHello readers! Weekend is the time to relax and have some special time only for yourself and the people who are close to us. Reading something new and refreshing completes the day and re-energizes us to deal our Monday Blues. We have #PerkyTweets and our Spicy Picks for you to read this weekend. Here are some of the best creative blog posts by Indian Bloggers for you to read and cherish 🙂

    • Who: Shinjini Mehrotra
      What:“Haider and the Hindutva brigade”
      Spicy: Haider isn’t really a Kashmir story. It isn’t about Muslims, it is simply a human story. This is simply the story of a Muslim family, of family dynamics, of love and obsession, loss and revenge, of how they were caught up in the broader events happening in the state, and how they dealt with them.

    • Who: Shailaja V
      What: “Put down that Tablet; Step Away from the Laptop”
      Spicy:   Work-from-home moms who spend a lot of time online and children who use gadgets on a regular basis face the diseases like iPad shoulder. It is good to follow some suggestions suggested by the author, because our health is in our hands and we should take care of it.

    • Who: Arunima Basu
      Spicy:  Vikas Bahl’s recent short film ‘Going Home’ is without doubt a utopia/fool’s paradise, but nevertheless one does wish plaintively if such a parallel reality where women are not objectified (or in this case men do not become slaves to their base instincts) can exist in the foreseeable future.

    • Who: Narasimha Sharma Veturi
      What: “A Short Story About Addiction”
      Spicy: Addiction of anything is bad, but the way the author weaved this story is interesting and will keep you in suspense till the end.

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