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THE LUNCHBOX REVIEW: 'Taster' Screening Adds Flavour to Film

Two of my favourite things in life are food and films, so combining these passions for a ‘taster’ screening of new Indian foodie film The Lunchbox… 395 more words


Day 1

April 22:
It’s earth day, which annually has always been a beautiful day. A day devouted to all the natural beauty we take for granted. I choose to celebrate on my porch (as my southern flare sometimes comes out) among all my beautiful flowers, my ridiculous cat and a lovely bourbon drink (again, I’m kinda southern) that I made as It went: bourbon that’s been marinating blueberries (for scones I made from scratch today) giving it’s lovely pink shade, a honey liqueur, and fevertree’s ginger beer (as I love anything ginger related) 87 more words


Didn’t sleep great, woke up in a sweat. Had a great day, went to my Spanish conversation meet where I met some very interesting middle aged people (including Barry the sexist but he did seem to know a lot about linguistics so swings and roundabouts). 168 more words

Malmo - Mumbai

The pot of paint labelled ‘Scandinavian Blue’ was finally applied to a pine rocking chair. Painting was enjoyable and finishing a project brought me joy. The paint updates and transforms the chair. 640 more words

A Girl Called Dharma

Bollywood Box Office: April 18-20

The romantic comedy/family drama 2 States produced the best opening weekend for a Hindi film in North America in 2014. During the weekend of April 18-20, it earned $1,026,353 from 131 theaters in the U.S. 244 more words


Film Review – The Lunchbox

The Lunchbox is a surprising little Indian film that doesn’t have the glamour, colour, dancing and music of Bollywood. Instead it’s quiet, understated and harks back to a tried and tested romantic format. 604 more words

Glasgow Film Theatre

"The Lunchbox" and Indian Food

Recently, my boyfriend and I went to an independent movie theater in downtown Philadelphia to watch the Ritesh Batra film The Lunchbox. I enjoyed the movie a lot, but it reminded me of my complicated relationship with Indian food.