These days everybody who gets bored of the rat race thinks at 30 they should start a bar. Many try. Few succeed. I’m fascinated by the current craft beer and microbrewery craze in India. Bira, Big Brewsky, and all of those others folks brewing stuff that we pretend to understand […]
Varun Agarwal is quite a celebrity in Bangalore, the young entrepreneurial startup world (e.g. guys who watch TVF Pitchers and Silicon Valley) and also in the digital and film space. He is most known for his company the alma mater store, later the e-learning company Grades Don’t Matter and of […]
In this post I’m going to explain some real, painful, not easy advice on how you can actually get followers on Instagram and social media by working in fashion blogs. Be warned, being a top fashion blogger in India or anywhere, especially on Instagram is competitive and difficult, but not […]
Has technology helped or hurt Bangalore, and has it helped or hurt the average Bangalorean?
As a groom and a stand-up comedian, what a whirlwind weekend having a big fat Indian wedding can be. I’ve wanted to write about it for a while but didn’t know what to say. They’re plenty of tips and tricks articles on the internet about Indian weddings but I wanted […]
The best Indian podcasts in 2019.
Updated: Jan 2019 As I write this post it’s 11PM on a Wednesday night. I’ve just returned home still wearing the suit I put on a few hours earlier when I was filled with hope and optimism. Only now I’m about to toss it in the laundry bin and dub it my […]
I was chatting with my brother the other day and telling him how one of the toughest parts of freelancing is that it’s so easy to do nothing. Not the “sit at the wall in clinical depression nothing”, but the “watch eight episodes of your favorite new show while ordering […]
Many years ago I was sitting on the couch with my girlfriend at the time, hearing her yell at me about something I don’t even remember. I was just looking at the wall pretending to pay attention when she immediately got wind of my daydreaming and said “yada yada your […]