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- Who: RED HANDED
- What: “MARRY FOR SECURITY….”
- Spicy: Marriage is a big event in our lives, especially if you’re a part of the Indian society. The union of two people should be based on mutual love, trust and common ground. This scenario is quite unusual in India, where what the person does is more important than what they are. Red Handed talks about what happens when this happens while choosing a life partner.
- Who: Raghav Ravichandran
- What: “Cricket should triumph over Politics and Political sentiment..”
- Spicy: The best thing about a sport being played at a national level is that it rises above the created divide of caste, religion or nationality. India-Pakistan have had rivalry on the cricket field and off it for decades. The political and military tension between the two nations affects our sentiments for Indo-Pak matches too. We have Raghav who highlights the thin line of difference between politics, sports and the two nationalities.
- Who: Pramod Joshi
- What: “सवाल माल्या का ही नहीं, बीमार बैंकों का भी है”
- Spicy: The recent issue of non-payment of dues by Vijay Mallya has brought to the fore the kind of big money that the creamy class has access to. Large establishments need a large corpus to operate, but this equation has resulted in banks doing loss making transactions that spoil their future prospects.
- Who: Priya Athipatla
- What: “One does not love breathing”
- Spicy: We go about our daily lives without giving a second thought to the things and amenities that we’re used to. Only when these things are lost, do we realize their worth. It may also lead to some light hearted fun, banter and introspection, like Priya discovered.
- Who: Abdullah Shaikh
- What: “Pride”
- Spicy: Pride as an emotion is known to push you ahead to accelerate your pace, but it can be a dangerous one too. We would feel proud of our parents, but we didn’t create them. On the other side we feel proud of our achievements, which we’re responsible for. Abdullah asks which one is more real and deserving?
- Who: Jackie Jain
- What: “Being happy for no reason”
- Spicy: There are things and dreams we are chasing every second of our lives. There are so many problems with us and within us and yet happiness arrives easily without invitation. Life will always give us reasons to be happy, but it is indeed possible to be happy without a reason. Jackie affirms.
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