A freelance journalist by morning and a parent throughout the day, I find writing therapeutic. A lover of books, movies, animals, food and people with quirks. I find it necessary to tell stories. Always Gryffindor.
Okay, so here is the thing, all this while, we were being stupid on purpose. Did any of us really believe Jon Snow was dead even for five seconds? We heard the people around us say it, we read the interviews and we just pretend-believed it. And then, as we sat and watched the second episode of the new season of <em>Game of Thrones</em>, we were like yayyy. But come on, did you really think he had died? Did you?
Whether it's the necessity to be in the 100 crore club or for the sake of image-management, his choice of movies in the last few years has been questionable, to say the least. For those who like their coffee black and their Shah Rukh dark, <em>Fan</em> has come as a relief.
Leonardo DiCaprio had done to our teenage hearts what typically puberty does to the human body. We were amazed at the then 20-something Leo's good looks, his ability to take the girl out of the rich man's grasp and, when the end came, we were shattered by his death. It was as if a real person had lost his life before us. The madness started thereafter.