The second that real-world concerns enter the equation, the bubble bursts.
Sometimes the ketchup itself tells you to take it easy, refusing to exit the bottle. But no.
Chester Bennington died, aged 41, a suspected suicide.
It's a futuristic, glum, comic, apocalyptic satire on modern existence. Today, that state of being has only amplified.
He may have been 'ours', but he belonged to no one.
The Rs 77,000 ticket (with a Rs 210 discount) is a special package deal with a backstage tour and a bunch of other frills.
The label 'world music' seems to impose a distant cultural inferiority to certain forms of music.
Farhan Akhtar's film is like boiled eggs with some salt on them.