How internet killed personal style

Style is a very personal thing. You either have it or you don't. Well, whoever came up with that line didn't foresee a world with internet and a little thing called google. The other day, I had one of those should-I-or-shouldn't-I-chop-off-my-hair moments and I googled, of course! And there were some how-to's online that made me go REALLY?!

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Is this what home means?

"Within minutes, before their eyes Ashoke and Ashima slip into bolder, less complicated versions of themselves, their voices louder, their smiles wider, revealing a confidence Gogol and Sonia never see on Pemberton Road." - The Namesake, Jhumpa Lahiri 

I read this book way back in India when I did not have an inkling that I will one day be living in the US. And still, this line stuck with me for some reason .

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Six Degrees of Bollywood


Facebook has made all of us aware of the six degrees of seperation that exists. That awkward moment when you add someone and realize there is a common friend between you. yeah, THAT! There is even a parlor game called Six degrees of Kevin Bacon. You are supposed to connect any individual in Hollywood to Kevin Bacon within six steps. Closer home, in Bollywood, that would be equivalent to Six Degrees of Amitabh Bachchan maybe?

I decided to put my Bollywood skills to test and connect two people based on relationships. 

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