31 Calcutta, India
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My self-summary
I am kind of the guy next door, but then exciting things in life are found in the most unexpected places.

I'm not the talkative types but then I think I'm a good listener. I love going out for nice long walks, watching movies, reading, travelling/trekking/hiking whenever possible, sitting hours at a beach (God, I love the sea) and dining at a quiet place with good music and wine. Yes, I do tend to get very observant

I love trying out lots of new activities and thus have varied interests ( though I don't have the attention span of a butterfly). Broaden your mind - I believe!
What I’m doing with my life
Writing, watching different kinds of movies and travelling, when I'm not working. Plus, always trying to pick up a new activity.
I’m really good at
It's for people to decide who know me
The first things people usually notice about me
My calmness and of course, my birthmark in lower lip
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
It's a SIN, blasphemy, a horrible crime to name any single book as my favorite.

I LOVE music (whatever sounds great to my ears).

I watch all types of movies (Govinda to Coppola) and I love trying out new types of food
The six things I could never do without
Music, different kinds of books, travelling at least once a year (something outdoors), good food and drinks, and of course my friends
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Nothing much! I am more of a do-er (if that's the correct grammatical term).
On a typical Friday night I am
doing whatever my heart feels like. Could be anything from reading a big fat book to partying out late at a club
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm actually quite sensitive...
You should message me if
you feel we can get along well together and interesting enough to know more about each other, irrespective of how things turn out to be in the future. It's about what we do together in the present, right?