An avid writer with a passion for expressing-it-all through the magic of words, wordplay is something that comes naturally to me.Writing, to me, is an art. No matter how electronically advanced we might be, written words will hardly ever loose its value, if not charm.
Looking forward to create an impression throughout the masses with the very views, opinions and expressions of mine about all that lies in and around me.
From April 2014
1. Worked as a reporter with 'Sealine Group'
2. My work has been published in the fortnightly publication 'SeaAndJob '
3. Attended and interviewed foreign delegates during shipping fraternity seminars
4. Drafted other events of the fraternity and comfortable with deciding the page layout, event photography and finally, drafting the event.
Degree Institute Marks/CGPA Year
MBA (HR/Mktg.) Amity University 8.68 2012
B.B.A.(H) Advanced Institute of 6.83 2010
Modern Management & Technology
Do U Have It In U ?
The 'C'-factor: Do You Have It ??
" And.. the award for the Best Playback Singer (Male) goes to Arijit Singh for the latest sensational ' Tum Hi Ho'..."
A journey of eight long years is what it took the 'guy next door' to be recognized by one of the most prestigious award jury of the Indian Film industry. The Filmfare Awards. Yes, the one that has been redefining the stardom of the Bollywood Biggies like Mr. Bachchan, SRK and many more, over the years.
Well, how many of you would agree if I say that the guy who made it at par with the industry's front liners, has got a drop-dead attractive look or a Hrithik-like built ? Hopefully, none. Sorry for being rude here but one's praised for what he possesses. Be it intellect, knowledge, looks or even voice. Not just in the showbiz, but everywhere. For those opining against showbiz as 'sheer vanity' and 'unintellectual', its high time to go for a reality check. And once you're ready, I might tell you how.
Needless to say, none of them grabbed the limelight overnight or magically, at the drop of their hats. Nor did they receive their stardom on the Christmas Eve, popping out of the Santa's hat. It all took time. And when I say time, I mean it in years, if not in ages.The 'Pratisksha' and the 'Mannat' that many of us keep hovering around in the weekends just to catch a glimpse of the 'Gods of the Silver Screen', were neither built in one day, nor did they become the talk of the nation because of the architecture. As I said, it took time. Time that we lack or do we simply pretend to. Time, that goes by doing so much, of no value. And more than time, it took them the 'C' factor. We cannot be sure of having something to live for unless we are willing to die for it. The 'C' factor is what shapes your life, the way you want. And if you want it real hard, it might shape your dreams as well. Again, much flawlessly than you could imagine.
'Commitment leads to action, action brings your dream closer.'
For those still wondering, what is this all about, good question. Well, its the 'C' as in 'Commitment'. That's what it takes to get there. Trust me or not, this is what keeps you reminded of what you once decided to achieve and protects you from the harsh blows that come your way. Be it that long-awaited relationship with that special one or a an innate desire to do and to be different. Of course there's a need to work hard, but what do you think keeps you dedicated to your dreams ?
The youth of today has a great deal of courage and expertise. They know what they want and where to get it. More than everything, they are zealous to chase their dreams. But the distractions, the frivolousness, within and around, hinder their path. No matter how ambitiously you begin your endeavor, in the end, it's your commitment that helps you sail through all odds. And why just ambitions, our personal relationships too, are decided by this 'C' factor.
And for those still wondering what I actually mean to say, I'd like to elaborate, or may be broaden their vision somehow.
Don't ever give up.
Don't ever give in.
Don't ever stop trying.
Don't ever sell out.
And if you find yourself succumbing to one of the above for a brief moment,
pick yourself up, brush yourself off, whisper a prayer, and start where you left off.
But never, ever, give up...
That's the long-sought 'C' factor. That's COMMITMENT.
"Our dreams have to be bigger. Our ambitions, higher. Our commitment, deeper.
And our efforts, greater."
The Dr.Flix' Case
This is a review of this very site dedicated to bollywood.
STRIDING FOR CHANGE: Womanhood
The Careerist Urban woman Vs The Home-bound Dreamers. The two distinct definitions of a woman, in this era. While we often end up in utter complacence taking all our liberties and luxuries for granted, we often forget the fact that there's a major portion of 'Us' being discriminated and exploited, to say the least.
This piece of my writing, is of a light remembrance and empathy for those destituted.
Qualifications & Certifications
Bachelors in Business Administration
West Bengal University of Technology