Spookseason is hereeee! I’m so excited for Halloween. It’s always such a fun time to just stream horror movies back to back, bundled up at home. Although celebrations this year might be different (all thanks to this year’s scariest ghost), I’m so pumped to be sharing my favourite horror film picks to kick off the binge-watching sessions.
Ps, I have watched these iconic movies a countless number of times and still get the chills, each time! 🧟♂️👻
Do you enjoy horror movies? Or do you hate them? Which are your favourite ones? Bolo, bolo.
Firstly, thank you guys for such an overwhelming response to my PCOS video. Your words of encouragement has made me share Chapter 2 of this series: My PCOS Diet.
Usually my food intake consists of everything natural, fresh and local. Wherever I am, I make sure I indulge in the produce that is locally and freshly available.
A handful of berries with coconut yogurt is my go-to option for breakfast. This coupled with a cup of either spearmint or green tea and a bowl of greens keeps me energised on long days!
Like I mentioned, your PCOS diet needs to be crafted by a professional dietician who knows about your struggles and pains.
What’s on your plate, these days? Tell me if you’re struggling with PCOS, what do you indulge in?
#PCOS # #StorytimeWithSonam # #PCOSDiet # #HealthFirst
Today’s edition of #WomenInFilm is really special. Why, you ask? Read on.
BR Vijayalakshmi’s name stands out in the history of Indian cinema — for she not just is an experienced professional with decades of experience, but also is Asia’s first female Director of Photography.
When I came across her illustrious body of work, I couldn’t help myself from sharing her journey - for its inspirational and aspirational qualities.
Being a woman in an industry that is so heavily male-dominated can be extremely daunting but look at the likes of Vijaylakshmi making major strides and breaking glass ceilings.
Inspired, aren’t you? Have you watched any of her her films? Sound off in the comments and tell me who I should highlight in the next edition! ✨
Happy happy birthday, my Shehlu. Life without you would be a lot less fabulous! I’m sure you’re having a wonderful day (without me 😭)… I cannot wait to celebrate all the big little joys with you soon. Missing you tonsss!!! Lots of love ❤️
Movies. Muses. Magic.
The artist I’m talking about today has been enamoured not just by art, but by the art of celluloid in a way that most of us cannot comprehend.
Maqbool Fida Husain, often called The Picasso of India, was not just an artist — he was a true cinephile.
While the barefoot artist was known for his masterpieces on canvas, not many know that his love for Bollywood was a big part of his life. He once very famously said: “Film is the most powerful medium to articulate your ideas with force. It has actors, dialogues, songs, music and yes, colours.”
M. F. Husain started his career at a very young age by working as a Bollywood poster maker, where his romance with the industry actually began. He brought to life the billboards of Devdas (1955) and worked for independent matinees before becoming a professional artist.
The Padma Bhushan recipient changed the landscape of art and how it was consumed by art connoisseurs — becoming one the greatest contemporary artists of the 20th century — all while making movies and consuming them.
Isn’t it lovely how cinema and art can permeate each other so beautifully? What are your thoughts on his work? Have you seen any of his films? Let me know in the comments down below, guys!