Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a session on Public Relations by Jefferson Darrell, founder of the Breakfast Culture, Canada. Speakers who can blend their expertise with humour are … Continue readingHere’s a bowl of PR for breakfast
Amidst all the chaos and paranoia encircling COVID-19, I thought of instances that make me smile. Visions that are ridden with nostalgia, joy or even pain. These are tense times and a reassuring smile to others, but most importantly to yourself can go a long way to keep you sane.
Here are some random moments that have managed to make me smile. … Continue readingThings that make me smile (finding happiness in the times of COVID-19)
Why is it that the shadows start creeping in after the sun sets? They don’t hunt for the light, they know their way through the darkness. Shadows live by the … Continue readingIt’s the evening that haunts
I spoke to a young and vibrant Naina Gade, who has worked behind the scenes on several television shows and movies, and as a result of her work, was accepted at one of the most prestigious film schools in the world. In our one-on-one chat, we discussed many aspects of media and entertainment industry, that I am sure many of you will find illuminating. … Continue readingChasing your creative dreams – a conversation with Naina Gade