Rupesh Singh lists out his favourite books, movies and music
Posted On Friday, July 15, 2011
The Truth About Managing People by Stephen P Robbins: It delivers bedrock principles you can rely on feels Singh...
Spouse by Shobhaa De: It is a must read to understand the common complexities of both life partners and the expectations they have from each other.
Home by Manju Kapur: It is all about the joint family, which makes an ordinary middle class family’s life in Delhi extraordinary.
Bhagwat Gita: It is a source of ultimate inspiration when I am surrounded with doubt and concern.
The Truth About Managing People by Stephen P Robbins: It delivers bedrock principles you can rely on – regardless of your organisation, role or life.
No Added Fat: Recipes Redefining Indian Cuisine: It has wonderful tips to use healthy means of cooking dishes with which I can impress my loved ones during weekends!
Sholay: I find this to be the best complete package offered by Hindi cinema.
Rang De Basanti: This movie really makes me feel for the nation. It makes me think that I too need to get involved and do something.
Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham: A good family drama with very soothing music.
Titanic: A very romantic movie. I have watched it at least five times so far.
Golmaal: A fantastic comedy that makes me laugh every time I watch it!
Gayatri Mantra or Hanuman Chalisa: Perfect for refreshing early mornings. Nothing can be more soothing and simple than this.
Tu Mere Saath Saath from Raju Ban Gaya Gentleman: A very inspiring and motivational song.
Pehla Nasha from Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikander: This number takes me back to the fun-filled school days.
Aaane wala pal from Phir Teri Kahani Yaad Aayi: This movie has a very melodious soundtrack and this song is one of the best.
O hum dum from Guru: Wonderful composition by Rahman. All songs from this movie are great.
Singh is DGM sales, Eastern India Pearson Education
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