I have just completed the book ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ and decided to review it.

Mikael Blomkvist, a journalist who has just lost a libel case under murky circumstances is hired by Henrik Vanger, an ex industrialist to investigate the disappearance of his great-niece, Harriet 40 years ago. Unknown to Mikael, Vanger had him checked by Lisbeth Salander, a freelance investigator for Milton Security who always is an awesome hacker. The story then follows these two main protagonists and how they come together to solve the mystery of mysterious disappearance of Harriet Vanger.

Larsson’s writing is a treat …



Dear Santa,

How are you? I can’t believe that Christmas is here already. It just feels like yesterday that I wrote this letter to you. I want to thank you for full filling every wish of mine from the list. Thank You for my awesome Panasonic FS 30 camera, I-pod Nano, a very pretty white hand bag, a Gap jacket and red color Converse shoes. But more importantly Thank You for making this year so a wonderful filled with love, laughter, happiness and peace. Thank you once again for everything.

Like every year this year too I have deiced to …



I had no intention of watching Social Network because somehow I was quite sure that this movie wouldn’t work… at least not for me. When the reviews came out I was stupefied. But it was after S insisted that I decided to watch this movie and Boy Am I glad to have seen it! I would have missed one of the best movies this year just because of my prejudice.

As you know the movie is based on the book ‘The Accidental Billionaires’ by Ben Mezrich (I haven’t read the book but want to) which is in turn based on …



Have I ever told you how much I love Hyderabad? No? Well, I do… I love my city with every cell in my body. I think that my city is one of the best cities to live in. I have been living here since forever and yet I never get bored of this city. I love everything about this city… well, except for the extreme summers but then again which city is perfect? I m pretty proud of being a Hyderabadi actually and when I walk on the streets of Hyderabad I just know that this is where I belong… …



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The only way that you wouldn’t have heard about this book is if you were living under a rock. On a second thought, may be if not even then. This book is omnipresent… its on ‘Recommendations’ shelf of every book store, it all over TV shows and even on Oprah, its in bedrooms of most of your friends, its on every book blog you read, its even on the big screen. It’s near to impossible not to know about this book.

But if you still have missed this book here is the synopsis –

Elizabeth Gilbert, a …



The final post of ‘Top 100 Movie Countdown’.

10 ) It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

It’s such a wonderful movie. Its one of the best movies I have seen. A movie that makes me cry but in the end makes me feel good and makes me grateful for everything. A movies that tells us how important each and every person is and how precious life is. It’s a beautiful story that’s crafted very well. The direction and acting are brilliant and there is nothing… absolutely nothing bad about this movie. It’s a must watch for sure.

9 ) Cast Away …