Do you wonder why your ‘only friends’ are also ineffective in getting you off your phone? It’s because you have been sold!
It is intriguing to witness the resemblance of a thought-provoking 16th-century Elizabethan tragedy and a contemporary 21st-century movie, The Babysitter: Killer Queen.
Do you remember the times when travelling on crowded roads was a regular routine? When black smoke coming out from chimneys, malls being flooded with people, going to college, travelling in the metro and meeting your relatives were activities as banal as the daily cycle of day and night. But then, Covid-19 made its entry into our lives and these simple things became life risking ventures.
To keep that soul-stirring experience of The Fault In Our Stars Book rejuvenated in our hearts it was transformed into a sensational movie in 2014. And now to take this amazing book even further, the Indian cinema has yet again endeavoured and is ready with ‘Dil Bechara’ which will keep this alluring story enlivened in our hearts.
The greatest paradox of our society is that the natural things have to be normalized for them, while their fabricated ideals get impulsively normalized by the entire being.