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  1. The passengers who were to be back in London on Christmas Eve could not reach home in time because of nearly 50-hour delay
  2. Before you tread further, we’d like to remind you that this article contains MAJOR SPOILERS so, in case you’re a La Casa De Papel fan who has still not found the time to stream the first part of the finale, then please stop here. For others who have already experienced the journey and have mixed feelings about the mid-final, this is the place where we express the good and the bad together. The Professor and the gang are back and once again, they left us on a cliffhanger, with speculations galore and a lot of emotions with the death of that one character. Here are 5 scenes that truly defined the finale for us and also served as a catalyst for being a game-changer: 1. Sierra Shooting The Professor © Netflix The first episode begins with Sierra discovering the hideout of The Professor and things go downhill from there for a while. She shoots him, ties him up and basically takes away his access from the gang. Meanwhile, inside the bank, things go bad and everyone starts imagining the worst when the Professor goes MIA. This is where the gang fights amongst each other, and Raquel takes charge for a while. 2. Monica Shooting Arturo © Netflix Probably the justice every fan wanted is served when Arturo meets his dramatic end at the hands of Monica, who later has gone on a weird guilt trip of killing the only man who could raise her child if she and Denver don’t make out alive. Her emotional outburst is very realistic. 3. Sierra Giving Birth The situation is a very important catalyst in the story because not only does Sierra realise that she needs The Professor to help her, but she also comes to terms with the fact that she has been declared a traitor so there’s no going back. At this point, when The Professor takes charge once again, Raquel informs him that she hid a microphone in someone’s handcuffs and since they won't be detected on the radar, the entire conversation of the police force is up to be traded for blackmail. This was a turning point where you believe that even though for the first time they didn’t have a plan B, things just worked out for them. 4. Tokyo Explains Why She Chose Her Name © Netflix Tokyo’s history is chronicled along with every episode and finally, she reveals why she chose this name. Before her lover died, she told him she wanted to visit Tokyo, the farthest place possible. The first time she chose the name for love, and the second time she chose the name for her reincarnation. 5. Tokyo Bidding Farewell It comes as a surprise and a shock to everyone that one of the lead characters of the show meets her cathartic end when it was speculated that she’d survive the heist. The last episode is packed with a gamut of emotions and like a life reel, her story comes full circle. She gets to bid goodbye to not just the gang, but the three most important men for her. First is Denver, who wants to take her with him but is unable to since she is already badly wounded, second is The Professor, who, in her words, has always been her guardian angel. The third is Rio, the guy who is madly in love with her and the only one who witnesses her death. Despite fighting all odds, he is unable to save her. Even in her death, Tokyo proves her mettle when she finishes off Gandiya and other Army men with that last grenade blast. The season is a mixed bag and some even believed it was slightly dragged but hey, towards the end, it feels like the meal is over and even though you are not hungry, you wish to continue eating. The second and the final part of this grand finale will conclude on 3rd December and we cannot wait to devour it. View the full article
  3. The book opens with a scene from a typical Monday morning in an Indian corporate environment. The protagonist is trying to get on with life on a Monday morning, as is every Indian middle-aged guy. The protagonist has a great job—good money, professional success and people who appreciate his work. But, it's not enough. The problem? A mid-life crisis. Sounds familiar? That's because it is. © Pexels Mukund and Chaddha, the two key characters of the book are all Indian males—they're got secure jobs that pay the bills and more; but, they don't do what they love. And they go on this way till it comes to hit them out of nowhere. One resigns to find his ‘calling'; while the other is fired. The narrative is like listening to your typical guy friend talk about his daily life; it's non-pretentious, casual and rustic. It does get monotonous at certain points when the author somehow fails to intrigue the readers in the finer details of the plotlines. However, once you've delved deep enough into the book, you find yourself strangely invested in the lives of Mukund and Chaddha and the courses each one's own life takes. © Bloomsbury India Blowfish is majorly about life and everything that comes along with it. The book is the literal representation of the saying that starts, like, ‘When life gives you melons…' However, what you do with the melons is each one's own decision and that's what Tripathi writes about in Blowfish. Why You Should Read Blowfish? Because the book is about every one of us who is struggling—to make ends meet, to find meaning in what we do, to meet targets and to make the most of life, without screwing up. It's about finding satisfaction in life. It's about work, love, friendships, relationships, the Indian corporate environment and the mentality of Indian professionals. © Pexels It's easy to relate to the protagonists; for the simple reason that the protagonists are a reflection of the reader. Through most of the scenarios that the author takes you through in Blowfish, you'll be able to find some incredibly relatable instance of your own life glaring back at you. And that's why you should read Blowfish, Because nothing will relate and connect with you better; not even the next guy who's probably going through something similar. © Siddharth Tripathi via Facebook And aside from the slightly long drawn details that you'll occasionally find yourself wanting to skip, you'll find that Tripathi has a particular brand of wit that is fast, funny and hard-hitting. Tripathi paints a realistic picture of everyday scenarios and manages to craft a story that is one of every Indian guy. He isn't a Chetan Bhagat, or a Durjoy Dutta. He doesn't paint it any colour that it isn't meant to be. So, if you're looking for storylines that border on a Bollywood script, you might not find it in Blowfish. What you will find is an absence of flashy cars, posh bungalows and melodrama that is overhyped at the very least. You will find WagonRs, typical Gurgaon traffic jams and moments of happiness and joy in the little, more real instances that happen—both, in the book and in real life. Read Blowfish if you really want to connect with reality, with a few laughs and a pinch of salt.
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