What comes to your mind when I say – Babumoshai or ‘Jaa, Simran jaa. Jee le apni zindagi!’ ?
If the picture of bollywood stars just popped in your head then, we are in the same boat, buddy!
The BollyMasala Boat!
We all have atleast one bollywood dialogue, or a scene, or even the whole movie( if you’re a bollywood Einstein) etched on our minds. We’ve seen these classic movies so many times that we just can’t think of anyone else as Raj except Shahrukh Khan or anyone else playing Prem other than Salman Khan. But what’s the fun if you don’t color outside the lines or, in this case, color in the frame!
Imagine what it would be like if the bollywood heroes could get a little help from the minions!
Weekends are meant for adventures. I’m talking about the zomato inspired adventures that I daydream about all through the week. Isn’t every foodie’s soul always hungry for gastronomical adventure?!
Enters the villain – Budget.
When your craving says fine dining but the pocket says let it go…
Enters the hero – #Dinefest
Lets just accept that the worst part of getting a facial is to act like an adult and let the beautician poke that pointy tool on your nose to remove blackheads. *wipes a silent tear*
The month of monday tests has arrived. *gasps*
Please don’t tell me you had no such thing in your school. I’m talking about the time when the motivational instagram posts – May your coffee be strong and Monday be short – made no sense because these weekly tests were scheduled immediately after assembly/prayer. So even a shorter monday, ie half day, wouldn’t have saved us. These tests were inevitable. The only good thing about those mondays were games period, SUPWs (its full form is Socially Useful Productive Work #whoknew) and lab experiments. In short, all cool stuff happened after recess!
Even though I hated these tests back then, but I still loved monday because on one one such Monday I learnt something so cool that I had to add ‘Chef’ to my social media platform (read orkut) bio.