Author: Amal Parekh

Why is Comedy Genre Underrated?

As a writer, I have been asked a couple of times to write a comedy write-up. Been a part of so many genres, it definitely is one such genre I really want to touch. Comedy is an art in itself. I have always been fan girling over comedy movies, because it is one such genre that can instantly change your mood. As an artist, it is one’s main motive to reach out to the audience in a way that keeps them entertained and makes them forget their worries at home. The basic reason for every individual to buy a...

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I am just like the other person beside you

Recently, I read this beautiful poem which had a very strong message to give, and I remembered an incident from that. I remembered how I had narrated my little diary everything that happened that day. Honestly, that was one trip which I won’t forget in my life, not that the trip or the stay was that of a great one (Actually it pretty much was) but anyways, it was the 6 hours of total traveling from one home to another. That day I learned a lesson, which will always be with me whenever I feel low. A lesson, that...

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Have you ever wondered what life would be without friends?

Sometimes, I wonder what life would be without friends. A depressed, sad and unaware life? Or a life, in which materialistic things would end up becoming the reason to your happiness. I have known people who have never had best friends in their life, who have grown so old with just known people around them. They have no one to sit and talk about their day and no one to express their feelings with. Childhood friends were many but none kept in touch. Such people do exist, for who materialistic happiness is what makes them forget and unable to...

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Grandpa, We still miss you – Amal Parekh

23rd November, it still holds a very important place in my life. Three years have passed but it still feels like yesterday. Like every other day, woke up early, ate food, watched television and went for classes, the day was totally indistinguishable from every other day of my life. But still that 5 seconds of sudden news left everything shattered for the rest of my life. Now 26 November has marked the day of my deepest grief. It is said that death is inevitable, But for a 14 year old girl death seemed like a dissociated factor to her...

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If you change nothing, nothing will change

I know this blog should have been one written during August, but I think it is still a good time to talk about something as simple, but important for today’s world like this. Recently or maybe not so recent, but one of the films of this year which did amazingly well on box office was Toilet – Ek Prem Katha. Honestly according to me it is one of the only bearable films that were released this year. Or else, it mostly would be hands on my forehead. This film was made with a very strong story, and people found...

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