In so many words, I love Outlook. I am an author myself and so is my husband, so for us the book reviews are the first draw and Outlook is always outstanding with them. As a member of the film industry, reportage on it is also important to me, and Outlook’s movie reviews stand out in this; they are intelligent and do not trivialise the industry. But it is not these few pages that I am constricted to. I may not read a story on agriculture perhaps, but keep that aside and I read every word. Outlook is journalism in its purest sense. You are insightful and hopeful without being dramatic. The tone in the magazine is always uplifting and has an “it’s not all bad” feel to it which is always good to read. Perhaps if I had to say one bad thing, I would say it is visually not very appealing. But the content overweighs that and makes it engaging and very reader-friendly. Outlook is a weekly treat for me; I read the magazine as a whole, cover to cover, every week.
*Tisca Chopra, Indian actress and author of Acting Smart, also has blog on indiatimes
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