Enough with these empty, exploitative gestures seeking to 'normalise' a body-type the fashion industry is responsible for shaming in the first place.
Author: Trinaa Prasad
Who called it Bombairiya and not Much Ado About Nothing?
It's that time of the year when publications across the globe share listicles of their best stories, hoping some of you end up reading them.
Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is a film that’s going to make most Indian households, who revel in othering the house help, mighty uncomfortable.
The only crime here is that this film exists, and that you paid to watch it.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a female in possession of a body has at some point been groped.
Aayush Sharma, despite all his enthusiasm, cannot save the wafer-thin plot of Loveyatri from disappearing into oblivion.
Can we all just agree to agree that we do not deserve Vishal Bhardwaj?