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Throwback Thursday: Rewinding the 90’s

Its proved pen is mightier than sword, everyone now feels that writer(s) are here to hurt a few responsive people; thus the banning spree (of books, art, movies, fashion and now music) is on a swift pace, putting Usain Bolt to embarrassment. It is well known that a head Muslim clergy in Kashmir declared a … Continue reading

Writer Wednesday: 5 Things That Brought Me Story Ideas

  People: According to both Boy Meets World and Girl Meets World sitcoms, the secret of life is that people change people which are absolutely true! The world would have been a sad, lonely place to live in if we had to stay here all by ourselves. It is essential to have relationships in order to … Continue reading

Interview: Priti Vishwakarma, Founder of Womaniya on Road Trips

Hello, Priti! Firstly, thank you so much for talking to BUZZ Magazine. Tell us a little bit about Womaniya on Road Trip? Womaniya on Roadtrips is a kind of a tour agency which provides you an opportunity to explore various off beat destination. There are no restrictions such as age bar for travelers if they’re … Continue reading

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

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

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

Interview: Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma

Hello Samarpita! Thank you for talking to Buzz Magazine ☺  First things first – you have a unique profile. What made you quit your job as a journalist and pursue freelancing? My last full time  job was with DNA, as a sub-editor and when I moved to a non-metro city post marriage, I was not … Continue reading

Short Story: My First Brush with Love

I can hardly claim to be an expert on the matter of love, but then can anyone? I do have my experiences though, and a fair share of them, albeit somewhat divergent from the usual boy-meets-girl-under-a-shower-of-petals variety. And what better time to recount one of the earliest such entries in my memory bank than the … Continue reading

5 Favourite Christmas Movies

Yet another year has come to an end and the week before it ends is filled with festivities. Christmas has passed us by, and it had been the time to Fa La La La La..! Being a Bengali who has spent all her winter vacations when in school, in erstwhile Calcutta, Christmas is as much … Continue reading