After their debut with the romantic thriller “The Blind Date”, T-Factory Entertainment is at it again with “Avalum Naanum” (Her & I), a short film that talks about the stigma of depression in the South Asian community.
I still remember when I met Nishanthan for the first time. We belonged to the same musical school so I heard him before I saw him. It was our annual talent show, and there he was, playing My Heart Will Go On from Titanic.
When I first met Paheer, I knew he was the one. However, I had no idea how he would ask the big question. We both live and work in Toronto and have taken many trips together. This time he suggested we go to Dubai.
We met at a private poker game, which was completely new to me (not the game itself, but private games as I thought they only existed in the movies) but not for him, as he was a poker pro. It was by complete chance that my friends and I ended up there that night, as one of my friends wanted to drop by and give the place a shot. I was skeptical at first but I also like to be adventurous– so I said, why not?!
The cold is almost completely gone. Winter is in the rearview mirror. Spring is fast arriving as you anticipate an amazing summer. If you’re single, part of this excitement is that members of the opposite sex will come out of hiding. But where do you find them?