Pretentiousness at it’s finest in a Symbolism lost to Words

Transforming paradoxes into metaphorical lunacies
to unburden the staggering mind into deterioration
and flinging faeces at the flimsy formations of information
that create all that might be and may not
for all that might be or may not is naught
but complete absurdities of the nature of illusions
amidst the passages that bridge the realms of the multiverse
to decode the binary codecs of life and death.

-Ronit Jadhav

May Your Darkness guide you to Your Light!


Our Film got Selected!!!

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We are excited to announce that our film, “What is Death?” has been selected for screening at the Access Code Short Film Festival. Our film will be screened on Day 2 of the Festival (which happens to be 14th June, tomorrow).
This film was made between June 2014 – March 2015.
Written, Directed and Edited by: Ronit Jadhav​ (me!)
Executive Producer: Rohit D’souza​
Cinematography: Sneha Patil​
Creative Consultant: Della Ann​
Sound: Shaishav Gandhi​
Also, we would like to give a special thanks to the band Synchronous​ for composing original music, and also for lending us their studio for recording.

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Existential Decomposition

Fractured Moonlight falls upon the lonely tomb
of he whose name no one shall ever remember
For time hath eroded his existence from the very stone
that carved unto itself his name, his fame.
The Doer of Good or Evil unknown
lies nameless in his Decomposed Coffin.
And here we sit dreaming of Eternal Glory.

-Ronit Jadhav

May Your Darkness guide you to Your Light

Cosmic Fallacy

Blinded by the greatness of the radiant sun,
The stars shy away every morning as,
The moon hides behind the shoulder of the horizon.
Yet, what astounds the people is not,
The astral beauty of the cosmos,
Nor it’s functionality.
It is the breached privacy of those
They deem worthy of fame.

– Ronit Jadhav

May Your Darkness guide you to Your Light!

Epic Fantasy / Sci-Fi visual guide

Well, I’m a huge fan of Epic Fantasy books. I’m currently reading Deadhouse Gates, 2nd of the Malazan Book of the Fallen by Steven Erikson.
My journey into fantasy started off first with the Harry Potter series, but it was books like the Inheritance Cycle and Lord of the Rings that gave my affection a good base.
I always preferred fantasy books over modern-day mystery or thrillers. I even finished writing my first novel, which happens to be an epic fantasy book (It’s still in the editing phase so will officially announce once publishing begins).

I found this while browsing StumbleUpon

It’s a guide to fantasy and sci-fi. I hope you’ll like this. Even if you are already an avid reader of these genres, it’s interesting to see the different books that the genres consist of.

This is the full size google image:


May Your Darkness guide you to Your Light!

A Story in Search Terms

This week’s challenge for Chuck Wendig’s Terrible Minds Blog is:

The challenge is to write a narrative using the search engine entries. Here is my attempt. To participate, click on the above link and type in your stories in the comments.

Search history:

How to make a freshwater tank
Black Fish purple stripes
SPC 173
Are creepypastas real?
How to kill a fish
How fast can fish evolve
EMerge.,gc ..,lmw[gjer[g

Voice your opinions or criticisms in the comments below. 🙂

May Your Darkness guide you to Your Light!

Am I the only one who thought Avengers: Age of Ultron was okay?

Yes, we have all heard of the hype that Avengers: Age of Ultron has been propagating. Everyone is excited to see their favourite superheroes fight this mad AI powered robot dude who wants to end all of mankind. Being a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I too was dying to watch this summer blockbuster since the first teaser/trailer was released.
I wasn’t impressed.
Well, the action scenes were amazing (and I’m someone who prefers art films to Hollywood). The characters were deep and the dilemmas were real. But, somewhere, there was something missing. Unlike it’s predecessor, this one did not have to introduce the characters or form a new team or anything. The stage was already set. And with it, so were the expectations.
Without spoilers, I honestly felt that the character of Ultron was not done enough justice. The Vision was such an amazing character, one of the best in the comics. He too, I felt, wasn’t done enough justice in the film. As with that, the story of the Maxmimoff twins was really interesting, but wasn’t given enough screen time.
I guess, with such an ensemble cast, it would be difficult to treat all the characters equally. However, knowing how well they had done that in the previous instalment, I was expecting better. There was simply too much to cram into this one, all the while wrapping up Phase 2 and setting the stage for Phase 3.
All in all, I would give it 3.5/5 *
It was a roller-coaster ride of a movie. The Hulk vs. Hulkbuster battle was perhaps one of the best parts of the movie. Do watch it though, it’s a really good movie. But don’t keep your hopes high. Or do, everyone loved it more than I did. So who knows…