Outside the workplace, you can find me immersed in movies, books or travel expeditions. So, here are some of my suggestions for books, movies and places to visit!
Shortly after James Cameron submitted a cut of "Avatar” to 20th Century Fox, he met with the studio execs.
A book that details the scenes inside this competitive management consulting industry. It's a relevant guide to the work-life at such companies at large.
For me, the script wasn’t tighter and convincing. I thought the movie got lost between making it a comedy and driving the message about the balding realities...
Knives Out is supposed to be a whodunnit, But, one needs to treat it like a black comedy than a thriller.
Ford Vs Ferrari has elements related to life and work. The disappointments of non-inclusions, corporate politics, and leadership narcissism are depicted well.
Coco is set in Mexico about a teenager who is crazy about music but whose family is against his passion. I know that story sounds familiar, but how the story is told keeps you hooked...
This one is a highly influential movie that deserves to be watched several times.
It was three days of greenery and fresh air with four families.
Going on a road trip without kids can be fun as you aren’t defending your plan or trying to control their expectations. I recommend this detox to every parent.
The Commuter Liam Neeson is tired, old and does not pack a punch.
Set in the 1970s this hurriedly made movie has its highs, especially when Meryl Streep is onscreen.
The UP touch to the language made me smile as soon as the movie opened...
Qarib Quarib Single has some relevant insights into relationships and doesn’t bore you with Songs
Premaloka came to my life in my teens. Like most Bangaloreans, I took a distinct liking to this refreshingly musical...
Throughout the movie, you see a painful love being played out, but the music keeps it alive.
Kshana Kshanam is a movie I keep remembering when it comes to Telugu movies
With the central theme of spiritual truth and wisdom, The Alchemist always seems to garner a spectrum of reactions.
When I watched Sholay with my parents, I slept happily.
It is a book which can either be comforting when you’re down or simply to reinforce how lucky you are in better times.
No! I don’t like this Movie just because it stars Julia Roberts.
The Art of Thinking Clearly explains 99 cognitive errors all of us make and asks if there is a different way to approach it.
Outstanding talks about the importance of Training, and 46 more insightful chapters that highlight core principles and ideas applicable even in your personal life.
Why are we unable to put to an end some endings which are necessary?
Paulo Coelho is a storyteller who inspires me. I suggest you let his masterpieces enter your life...
Sometimes conceptual books can be boring if not told well. This book is NOT. I encourage you to go pick one for yourself.
it’s engaging pacy and still gives you enough laughs in spite of it being a thriller. With all its predictability and the invincibility of the hero, it definitely makes for a decent watch...
Matthew McConaughey, who plays the outsider coach, gives an insight into how outsiders can help people who are caught up in their internal web.
If you haven't seen Chhichhore, you should rush now to see this, will make you laugh, cry, and most importantly, nostalgic...
Under five themes, the authors weave their perspectives around how Jim coached people. The most critical takeaway not surprisingly is that it is all about people.