Spice Shack Harrow

When you live in Harrow, there’s always plenty of great Indian restaurant choices but since Spice Shack opened close to work last year, I’ve become a regular there as have local friends and work colleagues. Honestly, it’s one of my recent faves. So I wanted to write a little blog post about it. Based on … More Spice Shack Harrow

Thank you, Bumble

Just a quick thank you to the dating app Bumble for my lovely flowers from Appleyard London on Saturday morning. They are so pretty and I was so surprised! Also a thank you for taking a zero tolerance approach and immediately blocking a guy who wasn’t being very pleasant on the site. It’s not often … More Thank you, Bumble

Patri Artisan Street Food and Drinks – review

Closest station – Northfields (Piccadilly line) Standout dish – Paan Patte Ki Chaat Website Twitter Facebook Instagram   It’s been a while since I did a restaurant review but when I was invited to check out Patri (part of the Chai Naasto group) I was intrigued and couldn’t give up the chance! Myself and my … More Patri Artisan Street Food and Drinks – review

Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga – the progressive cinema India needs

***Contains spoilers*** Progressive, subtle, important, moving and emotional are words which I don’t seem to use about Indian films at the moment, but I absolutely have to use these words about the film I saw last night. Now, I’m no film critic, but I love Indian cinema had to share a few words on this … More Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga – the progressive cinema India needs

Society Icon Awards – a celebratory evening of talent

I recently had the pleasure of being invited to the esteemed Society Icon Awards, held on Wednesday 10 October at the Montcalm Hotel. Part of the Magna Group, Society is one of India’s leading celebrity and lifestyle magazine and their awards were held in London for the first time in 2018. For over four decades, … More Society Icon Awards – a celebratory evening of talent

Signs – by Rita Morar featuring Sound Shikari – out 29 June

Last week I had the good fortune of seeing the incredible London-based singer-songwriter Rita Morar support the up and coming spoken word artist Hussain Manawer at the iconic Jazz Café in Camden. The stage was set. Lights dimmed. The music began. Rita made her entry and I witnessed Rita sing her latest single. Now, if … More Signs – by Rita Morar featuring Sound Shikari – out 29 June

Piece for the Metro – Bollywood’s Veere Di Wedding isn’t vulgar, it reflects the modern Indian woman

I recently had the honoured opportunity to write an opinion piece for the Metro website about this summers biggest Bollywood release, Veere Di Wedding. Spoiler alert! Take a look here! https://metro.co.uk/2018/06/08/bollywoods-veere-di-wedding-isnt-vulgar-it-reflects-the-modern-indian-woman-7615058/#mv-a Hope you enjoy it! Let me know what you thought of the movie. Priya Mulji

Goodbye, Sridevi

On Saturday night, I was sitting with a glass of wine when I decided to scroll through Facebook. I saw that a friend of mine shared a link to the Filmfare website in which it said legendary actress Sridevi had passed away. For a moment I thought, what, wait, no this isn’t real. It must be … More Goodbye, Sridevi