Archive for March 2017

10 Writing Tips for Romance Writers

Romance is one of the most popular as well as one of the toughest genres to write. Just being a hopeless romantic doesn’t help. Romance fiction has to be emotive. The sentiments and feelings have to be portrayed just perfectly. Today, I’m gonna talk about 10 small things (you could call them tips or tricks, … Continue reading

Author Interview: Vikash Sharma

Hello Vikash, thank you so much for taking the time out to talk to me! First things first: how did you take up writing? It happened by chance. However, I was interested in reading and writing from a young age but at that time, I could not purchase books of my liking or other than … Continue reading

Movie Review: Akuri….and a pinch of hope

Movie: AKURI….and a pinch of Hope Director: Jamshid Roointon Cast: Darshan Gokani, Sushant Kandya, Firdaus Mevawalla Runtime: 20 minutes Production House: Axis Jump Films Release date: 20th March 2017 The Review:   When I was offered the chance to watch a short film before its release I was a little apprehensive. So far, the only … Continue reading

Cover Reveal : Les Just Not Be Only Friendz (1) – a novel by Vikash Sharma

Les Just Not Be Only Friendz (1) – a novel by Vikash Sharma is set to have its digital launch on March 18, 2017. The paperback will be hitting the stores in the month of April. About the book: Les jus not be only friendz (1) is based on relationships and various phases of a … Continue reading

Home Decor: 10 Multi Utility Storage Ideas

It is always a delight when we can plan to smartly make the best use of what’s available, and to make sure everyday essentials add up to more than what just meets the eye. Gazala gives you 10 ideas to make your home essentials multi-utilitarian. No matter who you are, no matter what you do, … Continue reading

Interview: Jamshid Roointon

Hello Jamshid. Thank you so much for talking to BUZZ Magazine. Firstly, we’d like to know what made you become a filmmaker? I think I have my mother to thank for that. As kids, my mum used to take all my building friends and me to the cinema whenever a new film released. It used to … Continue reading

Dos and Don’ts On This Holi

My earliest memories of Holi are from the time when I was about five. We used to live in these quarters and on Holi, all the married women would go door to door gathering everyone for the celebration at the community hall- distributing “laddoos”, and applying red “tika” and “abeer” (powdered color) to our faces. … Continue reading

Author Interview: Shatrujeet Nath

Hello Shatrujeet, thank you so much for taking the time out to talk to BUZZ Magazine. 😀 First things first: how did you take up writing? A more correct way of putting it would be that writing took me up. It’s like this. Growing up, I wanted to be many things, but never a writer. … Continue reading

Musing: The Kind of Love We Crave

I remember reading this quote a long time ago – “Unless it’s mad, passionate, extraordinary, give it up. There are too many mediocre things in life. Love shouldn’t be one of them.” I don’t know who originally came up with this quote because I got it off one of those quotable boxes that we see … Continue reading

Oh, Disney!

Recently, I got chatting with Aniesha about growing up with Disney, and given the fact that I am a Bengali, a bibliophile and also a closet writer, I thought, why not share my relationship with Disney as well. Being an 80s kid was quite an advantage. I got to experience different genres of everything ranging … Continue reading