Ten years and two movies later, the show has ceded its cultural prominence, as a new generation fixes its eyes on an entirely different kind of aspirationalism.
What that aspiration is, exactly, isn’t yet clear, but the days when thousands, if not millions, of young women trained their gaze on a city life of flashy careers and upscale brunches and fabulous parties seem decidedly over.
, Darren Starr and Michael Patrick King’s ravishingly decadent romantic romp through pre-crash New York City.
Apart from the technical difficulties, the perception of Kashmir in the minds of tourists suffers a massive jolt.
Who will want to visit a place where even the internet is banned?
“I do not have a fixed-line broadband connection at home.
I am requesting friends to allow me to use theirs,” Bhat said.