Given how impressed we are when famous people like Sara Ali Khan behave normally, one has to wonder, who is more drunk on nepotism? Star kids or us?
Author: Sonali Kokra
Maybe it’s time to reassess our definitions of 'good' and 'evil'.
Dear dude-bros of the comedy, media and Bollywood, it might be hard to imagine, but this — this moment, manic, frenzied moment, this surge of anger that won’t be contained — isn’t about you at all.
Alongside Brett Kavanaugh, the latest in this long line of men who must be defended against a furious mouthy woman is Nana Patekar.
How come Bollywood still writes women’s characters as if the people doing the writing aren’t adults, but hormonal teenage boys?
Navratri’s smutty secret has been out for a long, long time, and we’ve all survived. Even Durga Ma knows how to pick her battles, why don’t we?
Are we in danger of turning Serena Williams into a religion, a goddess, or worse, both?
Who knew a teenager's wink could threaten religion?