Australia, Shahjahan's Peacock, Love Transfusion, and The Films About Children for Grown-ups: what's trending on this week

This week, Cheryl is here with Love Transfusion. This one is the spin-off series of the author's earlier two books. The female is from Never Say Never and the male is from His Shareek-E-Hayat. "The story of these two characters gonna start from exactly there where I left off in both previous books. Then it might be hard for you to connect the dots and might the story feels a little rush to you," the author writes.

On the other hand, Eye Spy on the Reel writes about films that are about children but actually for grown-ups. "The Marathi-language Naal 2 features an exemplar of the big-eyed children that the movies love. Chimi, who has the voice of a baby bird and an irresistible manner, is played by the enchanting Treesha Thosar. The film’s predecessor, Naal (2018), similarly starred an adorable child, played by Shreenivas Pokhale," the article states.

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