In an unexpected yet welcoming news, Pune has come into the national limelight yet again with a unique development – it’s about to get its own 7D theatre. It is being constructed in the Jogger’s Park of Wadgaonsheri locality and is expected to be ready in three months.
One week in Morocco and I had already started to miss my friends back home. Wait, did I say back home? Is Pune home now?
Dear Diary, I think I’m done with the dirty dishes under my bed and going on a treasure hunt for clean clothes. I need to move.
If you’ve been with me since my New Girl in Pune series, you know all about the waterworks, the culture shock and the whole “should I stay or go back?” saga. It took about six months for me to admit that I was actually starting to have fun. I had found a free life away from the shackles of “Indian kids don’t do this” – my parents’ favourite line when they wanted to say no.
We left off at the culture shocked 17-year-old who had left her home 5,000 miles away to live in Pune – a.k.a. Me. My tear ducts had literally dried out at this point and part of me still wanted to run back home, but a bigger part of me just did not want to give up. I finally decided to give it a shot.
Lady Singham has summarised her second week in Pune city. See what she has to say!
Lady Singham moved to Pune a week ago? Does she like it? Summarising Week #1