Lata Mangeshkar ji… kudos to you.

  Now this is a story about conflict between two of Indian Cinema’s biggest names who had worked together with great success since the beginning of their major film careers. A fall-out between the two occurred when Lata ji asserted herself raising the issue of royalty to be paid to her; while Raj Kapoor believed…

Delightfully Quirky!

Catch the ad bug; beware that hostile brush with hospitality! Indeed, “A Dance with the Corporate Ton: Reflections of a Worker Ant” is, as I’ve trumpeted,  ‘Delightfully Quirky!’ Autobiographical. This is Lata Subramanian’s first book, but the author’s writing efforts are commendable. Lata has pulled those pages from her career which were most memorable to…

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Trotting on your high horse?

Headed to Buckingham Palace? Chances are you’re more than likely not going anywhere near there. Then why this compulsion to speak the Queen’s English, eh?  Here’s what I think the issue is… It’s an instant giveaway that although you’re a product of independent India, you haven’t quite broken away those shackles of your colonial past…