Films

Home » Archives by category » Opinions

“You don’t talk about Fight Club”

Mehru-N-Nisa
 
‘Fight Club’ is a 1996-book written by Chuck Palahniuk. It is a story of an anonymous person who is also the narrator here. The narrator suffers from insomnia initially in the story and then it turns out that he suffers from split personality disorder too.
The main characters are: the narrator, Tyler Durden and Marla Singer. The narrator lives in a flat, earns money by working in a car-rental company, travels a lot (because of work),  » Read more about: “You don’t talk about Fight Club”  »

The Black Book Experience

Salma Masood
 

 
I didn’t consider writing this piece about The Black Book. I am in the middle of reading 1984 by George Orwell and I had decided to write about that book. But it so happens that now I am writing about Orhan Pamuk’s masterpiece. I read it almost 2 years ago when my cousin literally forced me to read it before any other book. It took me around 6 long months to complete it.  » Read more about: The Black Book Experience  »

Challenges to Media education

Challenges to Media education

 
The boom in the media industry across the globe has triggered a perception among the media practitioners that there is a need to evolve techniques that would ensure that the professionalism in the field is upheld at all costs. Given the emergence of social media and concepts like the citizen journalism there is a growing perception that the media industry in general and the journalism in particular may become a casualty. Easy availability of tools and platforms like the Facebook,  » Read more about: Challenges to Media education  »