Prakash Gowda

Prakash Gowda is a Vadodara-based copywriter, poet, lyricist, author (Baker’s Dozen, a short story collection and Ghalib Unplugged, a prose-poetic chronicle), movie review writer, short filmmaker (his short docu-film Ariso was nominated at the recent Filmfare Awards in the non-fiction short film category), and used to write columns on classic Hindi films for the English edition of Loksatta, Vadodara.

Saying I love you too soon

How Saying ‘I Love You’ Too Soon Can Be A Disaster

While there is no fixed length of time to say the magical three words, it always helps if you have attained a certain level of understanding and commitment before you do. If you’re currently debating letting the words roll off your tongue, take a look at giving in, and saying it too soon might kill the whole thing.

virat and anushka in award function

Virushka v/s Arhhan Singh – Clean India has taken a backseat in this slanging match

A guy in a chauffeur-driven car throws a cigarette packet outside his plush car. A starlet reprimands him. Her husband, a star cricketer, records the incident and shares it on social media. And the rest is all ‘twistery’! The first ‘kahaani’ mein twist was that he immediately apologised on social media. Here’s what his Instagram …

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Sri Reddy is determined to battle the devils of Tollywood. But at what cost?

“Shame shame puppy shame, all the monkeys know your name!” All of us remember this rhyme that we so innocently recited every time we thought someone had done something shameful. Looks like Sri Reddy still holds on to this couplet very dearly. At least that’s what her latest Facebook post suggests. BBC recently reported about …

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Is India the most unsafe nation for women? – The poll that has triggered a nationwide debate

The results of the poll have outraged many, given India fared worse than nations like Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo and even Pakistan, but for others, it was also a sign that things hadn’t improved for women. So, the ‘naming and shaming game’ continues. This time, it’s our India facing the flak for being the world’s …

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