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Saturday, October 7, 2017

The 'BREAK' journey...

It was a humid evening in Delhi. As I was working on my desk, I got a Whats-app message from a cousin, who does not message me often, but she does it more than any other cousin. She stays in Colorado with her husband, but had come to India for some work.

She told me that they were laughing with her elder sister were talking about me and laughing out loud thinking of my 'STUPID JOKES'. Age-wise, I fall in between both of them and somehow, but our frequencies match as if we were the same age.

Again, we don't meet often, but whenever we meet, we talk as if we had met yesterday. I smiled as I read the whats-App message, that there is someone in the world thinking about me.
I asked the younger one (the Colorado resident), till when is she in India. She said the date and she said, "...if you are not busy, please come!". This was good enough for me to plan for Hyderabad and meet them.
I had somehow finished my projects and I was on a break. It happened so fast that I got my train ticket reserved, and I was packing for the BREAK trip to Hyderabad.
Another cousin had also planned to visit Hyderabad from Bangalore, and I would be meeting my gentlemen nephews. They are very young in age but we have fun and we also talk about the whole world news. And then there would be Tuffy, the pet dog at my uncle's place, who is absolutely AMAZING to be with!

I also had to shoot a part of my documentary 'ME?' and I had not interviewed this lot. So we ate a lot of amazing Biryani, brilliant street food, had lots of long chats, wasting time deliberately.
The second cousin of the first two, is married in a Bangla family, got amazing sweets from there and lots of interesting stories of Durga Puja.

I returned yesterday and it is brilliant that we have work which keeps us busy and makes us forget the fun we had in the trip. Will start with KAMAAN's new street play, "KITNA INSAAN, KITNA VIGYAN", on World Science day. Have to edit a trailer of the documentary with the new faces and interviews. Have to write GOKUL-II. And most importantly, I have to assemble poor kids and teach them coaching classes in the evening, for FREE.

So, this short trip has refreshed me and I am all set for the future projects. Not to forget, with my intelligent nephews I came up with a new quiz called 'KAUN BANEGA KISKA-PATI!'

The fun should never stop.

Monday, September 11, 2017

What do you do?

I write
I write street plays, I write stage-plays, I write poems, I write songs, I write stories, I write films, I write book (s), I just write.
It is fun to write. No one (at least in India) knows that it can be a profession to be just a writer.
I am enjoying being a writer and I am loving it.
And the best part...I am trying to earn from my writings!

Tuesday, May 30, 2017


It was a tough decision, or may be I thought so it was! But now, when I look at it, we are so connected now that we should make sure that none of our 'CONNECTIONS' should become an addiction. Though I had left Facebook a couple of times earlier, but that was more like a kiddish abandonment.
This time, I realised that I have so much of work around, do I really need to be so public? Probably not! I will have Kamaan's website soon, and a play coming up too.
I am loving the process of 'Getting to know myself' more.
I am not stopping poetry. I will be writing more more stuff here. May be it would be more frequent now.
I see myself free now!

Good wishes to Mr. Zuckerberg :)

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Might be...

"You might be a genius for some,
and a fool for the rest.
Just be thankful to your admirers,
and grin for the fools!"
- KHS, April'17

Thursday, October 27, 2016


With two days to DIWALI,
I felt a tinge of 'Delhi Winters' in the air, in the morning.
Excited that it is coming...

Friday, May 6, 2016

And I begin 'SHARING' what I know...

I am fine now and I am back again. Though I am still on pills but I can run and catch up my dreams.
At least I can try to, if not do it!

After finishing a book, I am enjoying the phase of Teaching as a Guest lecturer in MICA and NID.
Now when I look around I see various opportunities which need to be caught and worked up on.

I was always interested in this process of 'SHARING', which I guess the world misuses as 'TEACHING', which is old-fashioned for me. The formal meaning of the word is where one person gives the 'Lecture' and the listeners learn from it.

But, I believe I have been learning a lot from all my sessions I have been teaching. In fact, sometimes, I guess I am getting this opportunity to LEARN, UN-LEARN and RE-LEARN.
I am clearing my own doubts about human psychology through different minds I am coming across.Hence, I call this brilliant process SHARING, where both the sizes share each others' stories and learn. Brilliant this is!

Now I am starting to take a summer workshop for people who are all from different ages. We are all the same kid when we "HAVE FUN"... We are all amazing when we are sharing stories. That is what I would be doing in my next workshop, "OPEN UP!"