Sonia Chatterjee

Sonia Chatterjee

I run a blog through which I cover a range of categories. From reviews of restaurants, books and movies to travel diaries to parenting guide to social issues and my personal journey, I write about it all. Two post graduation degrees, four job switches within a span of eight years and three city changes later, I realized that the only other thing that made me happy apart from coffee and sleep was writing. Kolkata is what I call home now. My inner circle of strength comes from retired professor father, sensible in – laws, doctor husband and two plus year old uber-cute son.

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Padman Movie Review | A Worthy Subject Well Told Though A Little ‘Filmy’

Padman movie review: With good acting and a relevant subject, Padman is a good effort, though fewer 'filmy' elements could have helped make it even better.

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We Met As Teenagers, But Took Us More Than A Decade To Realize That We Are Soulmates

We first met as teenagers, but weren't very good friends, and it took us 3 cities, 2 failed relationships, and almost a decade before we realised we are soulmates.

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From Chemistry Major To Banker To Blogger: I’ve Made The Most Of Life’s Paradoxical Chances!

A career journey may not always be linear from entering a company to becoming CEO; here's a candid personal account of moving from banker to blogger!

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Breaking Gender Stereotypes, Starting With My Little Boy’s Favourite Kitchen Set

Breaking gender stereotypes is not always about grand gestures; sometimes, its as simple as who loves to cook at home and what your toddler plays with.

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A Death In The Gunj By Konkona Sen Sharma: A Movie That Highlights The Plight Of Soft And Sensitive Men

A Death In The Gunj by Konkona Sen Sharma is one movie that took me a whole week to come out of its magical spell to focus on writing the review instead.

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Movies Like #PadMan Are Making Menstruation An ‘Ordinary’ Topic, Not Hush-Hush

Movies like Padman and people like A. Murugananthan need to be commended for helping make menstruation just another 'normal' topic.

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