Get in touch

Welcome to my blog world: Talkaholicme

Hi, I am Falak Irfan & I am a media graduate. I love writing, blogging, shopping, eating, traveling. I am from New Delhi in India. After writing for Newspapers, Magazines and Sites, I realized that I could write better for my own self. After all, this is the ultimate God’s gift that I have got for me.

Here in this blog, you will find different pieces of writing from movie reviews, poems, quotes, stories, travel reviews to Fashion Blogging. My blog is a mixture of all kind of thoughts, feelings where you can relate yourself too. If you like my posts so please get in touch with me and follow me.

Below are the quotes which I wrote, hope you enjoy them too-

"Writing is in my blood, that's why my blood is no use for you"

"Love is Life & Life is incomplete without Travelling"

"I wanna be like Thor, Iron Man, Spiderman, Superman because I don't wanna pay for Travelling"

"Don't wait for an opportunity, make it on your own, all you need to do is pack your bag and then......"

"Running from my Marriage is a childhood dream, ssshh don't say it aloud"

"You might be born fashionable, but we both came naked"

You can find me on Facebook , Twitter and Google+ as well.

Thanks for stopping here and have a nice day!

220 thoughts on “Get in touch

  1. Hi Falk, thank you for visiting also known as
    I love the different genres you write in. Very provocative.

    Write on! Karen

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  2. Great to know about you Falak. I haf lived in Delhi for five years but subsequent stays at Rajkot and now Mumbai leave no desire to go back to Delhi 😊😊

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  3. But tuje to bol bhi Nahi sakta,😂😂😂😂

    But yes I can tell this to someone when I try to convince him saying, ‘Please Falak tak chal sath mere, fir chale jana’ 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    Oh my God! I’m really sorry. 😂😂😂😂😂

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  4. Hi Falak, Glad to come across your blog. Thanks for liking my post, ‘The Art of Giving’. Your blog looks appealing and hey I used to live in Delhi too. And coincidentally I am coming to Delhi this weekend. what a small world. 🙂

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  5. Yes it is a small world indeed. Once I excused my friend for watching movie and guess what, we bumped into each other at the same hall.. Haha.. My point is this is how we bumped into those whom we never imagined about..Just like we did

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  6. Hi Falak nice to meet you here. Thanks for the follow and I thought let me check your blog out. I always want to know about the persons so I am here. Good to meet you. Let me follow your posts from now. You have a lovely blog. Keep posting.

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  7. Thank you for visiting! It has been a pleasure to find your blog. You have many more followers than I have on my blog. You inspire me to want to reach 100 followers, too!

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  8. Your dropping in has been a pleasant surprise, Falak. Your name has a familiar ring because it is part of the Arabic greeting, ‘ke faalak’, meaning ‘how are you?’ So in the same vein, let me ask greet you with ‘Ke faalak, Falak?’ You have a nice site for me to catch up with. Best wishes…

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  9. Hey.. Thank you for your wonderful comment. . I am glad you took time to read my about section and leave such interesting facts about whom I was unaware of.. I am great.. hope to see your lovely comments in future too.. be in touch

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  10. No, not yet. But some of my friends did. Also, there many Indians here in Manila (is that what your call yourselves? pardon my ignorance). In the Philippines we commonly call them Bumbay, probably derived from Bombay. 🙂


  11. Hi. You do write very well in a style that i like as it is simple. I write functionally really to support my photos, but 100 of your words convey what takes me 10,000………

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  12. Nice to meet you Falak! I see I’ve visited before..and now I remember I never followed because you have so many followers I figured you wouldn’t notice one more!! But you kindly have visited my site(s) and enjoyed my work so I will happily follow yours now. A quirky thing for me to decide before eh… not to follow? So now I will get notified for your new posts. Thanks, Tony

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  13. hi! Falak. Thank you so much for reading and liking my poems.
    I read your Bio. So far, you strike me as a very interesting person.
    I can’t wait to read your poems. 🙂

    Curious, how did you find my blog and poems?

    You have a cool name. 🙂

    P.S Hope to hear from you soon. 🙂

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  14. Hey charlie, glad you liked my name and my bio too.. I really liked the way you write.. your poem’s are far better & I wish to write a poem like you.. I am glad to find you.. be in touch

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  15. This has been my good day so far. You finding my blog and reading my poems has brought a big smile to my face. 🙂

    Like I said before you seem like a really interesting person and a good soul. I have a feeling we are going to read each others work and continue to talk for a long time. 🙂

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  16. Thank you for taking time out to visit, follow and read my blog. It is good to connect with you. I look forward to sharing thoughts and motivations.

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  17. “Writing is in my blood, that’s why my blood is no use for you” ~> Oooh I love this!!! Excellent quotes. And it’s great to meet you! Always love meeting fellow writers ^_^.

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  18. Falak ur blog is really so amazing and the way u pen down things seedha dil ko chu jati hai……would luv to know more abt u …..umm any other way to get in touch with u ??

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  19. Hi Falak. Thank you for liking my paintings and the associated stories with them. To paint I must feel a personal experience and have some sort of emotional attachment to what I put on a canvas. I think that is true with writing as well. Thank you for sharing your work. Kevin

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  20. Thanks for liking a comment I made today. I appreciate it. I would be honored if you would stop by The Ruminant Scribe, and I would look forward to your comments there. Congratulations on a beautiful blog site.

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  21. La vie est un poème vécu au jour le jour
    Avec ses joies, ses échecs, ses tristesses
    Ses amours et ses détresses

    Il faut savoir garder l’espoir

    Réussir ses combats contre la maladie ,ses désillusions ect ….

    Etre solidaire entre amis (ies)

    Avoir du cœur c’est comme si on avait envie de tout partager

    N’oublie pas que la vie est un poème vécu au jour le jour

    Alors vit ,,,,,ce poème, ce petit écris je le partage avec toi

    Gros bisous


    Bonne soirée TM

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  22. Hi
    We have one thing in common… Our passion for ‘writing ‘. Blogging isn’t my cup of tea. I have written and published 3 books so far… Now I may publish a book for children.. I am currently looking for an agent..
    I do not mean to discourage you..on the contrary, I have the feeling that you have all the potentials to write a book ..
    All the very best

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  23. You know I have given it a thought several times.. Earlier I used to write so long but now my writings have become short. You must have noticed it already that I write short poems. It’s not that I am short of words. So, writing a book will give me a real challenge plus I think I am immature for writing one. I will surely write a book within next 5 years though.

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  24. Oh, Anita Dongre is a very known fashion designer and I love wearing her outfits. I’ll read your sisters bloggers post for sure. 3rd, there are many NGO’S here, even I am working with an NGO which is based on development of rural women. . ☺

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  25. Thank you for Liking a number of my comments on The Original Phoenix’s blog, and a number of posts on my blog.

    I’m glad you liked what I wrote.

    I’m sure I’ll like your writing too. 🙂

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  26. Hi Falak

    Thanks for the follow! How have you been and how’s your blog doing?
    I don’t know if you know that I moved my blog to a self-hosted platform. This has prevented me from connecting with WordPress bloggers like I used to. I would still like to remain in contact with your blog. Do you have an RSS feed I can subscribe to?
    If you would still like to follow my blog, may I add you to my mailing list? I send out one email per day with all the blogs posted for the day including blogging tips. You can also unsubscribe at any time if you feel you want to stop receiving the emails. If you are happy for me to subscribe you, please send me your email address.
    Also, I created a blogger tips group to connect with all my long last WordPress blogger friends, and to help all of us to learn from each other. I would love for you to share your knowledge in the group and connect with other bloggers. Here’s the link:
    Blogger Tips Group (

    Finally, here’s a blog I thought you may find interesting:
    The Ripple Effect of Blogging

    Best regards,
    Founder of Healthy Living

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  27. Hey Falak, nice to make your acquaintance and thanks so much for stopping by and checking my blog out. I’m kinda awed at the integration of your brand across so many platforms. As a relatively new blogger, I’ve been so focused on my voice, I haven’t taken the rudimentary steps to build a brand.

    On that note, I just had my first essay published by the Elephant Journal! If you have the bandwidth, Check it out. The title is: Compassion: The Game Changer (

    If you don’t have the bandwidth, no worries. I am eager to get to know you through your works.




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