The Gen Z life
By Apeksha P.
This song is about liking someone so much that you want to hurt yourself and them.It's based on a 1963 children's book called "Where the wild things are" by Maurice Sendak , wherein a boy called Max is sent to bed without supper and travels to an island of monsters (wild things) from his bedroom.Max becomes their king and they grow so fond of him that they don't want him to leave.The music video shows a man bludgeoning a woman with a breezeblock before drowning her in a bathtub, all in reverse
It's messed up in a beautiful way , something that also comes with being Gen Z .
What makes Prateek Kuhad so awesome?
“You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching,
Love like you'll never be hurt,
Sing like there's nobody listening,
And live like it's heaven on earth.”
― William W. Purkey
That’s exactly what his songs make us wanna do. It doesn’t matter if you’re still crushing on your childhood sweetheart, going through a toxic break up or stand at beginning of a new relationship-full of excitement,full of apprehension.There’s no mood a Prateek Kuhad song won’t compliment.The nostalgia that comes with Tum Jab Paas’s puppy love, the heart break that comes with cold/mess,that ‘happy’ feeling of new found love that Kasoor brings,the surreal feeling that ‘kho gaye hum kaha’ brings on-it’s no wonder he has managed to make fans all over the world fall in love with his work.
‘Ye aina bekar hai
Mai kaun hu ye raaz hai’
Could those lines BE any more relatable? His lyrics at times manage to be the mirror to my soul,they express those deep hidden emotions I didn’t know how to put into words.
‘Love is a conqueror
Love is a friend
She bites really hard
That’s all I can tell’
Ah! Someone finally said it- That’s exactly how it feels like to be young and in love.
At the end of the day,his songs manage to convince the listeners that in spite of its brokenness, beautiful things still exist in this world.And that’s exactly what we need nowadays- a place that offers escape from the cruelties of this harsh world,a place which manages to make heart-break look beautiful,a place that’s in tune with what the heart has to say,a place where the mind is at peace.
“तारो की रोशनी ने दिखाया रास्ता
पर मैं मुकर गया, तु साथ जो यहीं
तुने कहा, मैंने सुन लिया….”
Where time's forever frozen.
By: Aaron Desa
“Paris is always a good idea.”-Audrey Hepburn
It remains almost every romantic’s dream to visit this iconic city once in a life time.Amongst the many wonders that the city of lights holds is the famous Lourve musem .Established in 1793, The Lourve is the world’s largest art museum and houses some of the world’s most finest works of art.If by a happy co-incidience you happen to be a Gossip Girl fan,you’ll remember this as the infamous location where our Queen B and Prince Louis first met.
This edition of the Gen Z life features some amazing first hand clicks of some of the renowned sculptures that Lourve is a home to.
The displays in order are – Marly horse,Neptune,Julius Caesar, Nike of Samothrace (Winged Victory) and Perseus recuses Andromeda.
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