‘Fast Five’ Interview with Budding Actor Neil Desai

Up-and-coming actor Neil Desai spills about work, the entertainment industry and We talk about his work, the entertainment industry, and the future of South-Asian Americans in media.

Make Room in Your Closet Ladies, PANACHE MMXVII is Here to Fill the Corporate Void

PANACHE MMXVII takes women’s suits to a whole new level, and they’re definitely here to stay!

‘The 9to5 Misfits’ on How to Quit Your Job the Right Way

The first time we quit our jobs, we didn’t exactly have a plan, and the results speak for themselves — Pavi went into a hole and Nammy vegetated on her couch. Not our proudest moments, but we made mistakes so you don’t have to. So what are some things to plan for?

An Exclusive ‘Fast Five’ With Internationally Acclaimed Music Artist Parichay

Parichay is a singer, songwriter, and music producer. He has established himself…

SNKM Has Released New Music That Will Give You Chills

by Amina Khan – Follow @aminaaakhan23 SNKM is set for world domination….

Brown Girl of the Month Marisa Chib Weaves Beautiful Prose Into Film, Fashion and More

I would write on my hands as a child. Ballpoint pen tattoos; hastily scrawled from fragments of creative inspiration. Potential stories were woven around sketches.

India Independence Day Takes a Funny Twist With Four ABCD Comedians

Four ambitious Indian-Americans with some serious television cred decided to stir up this mundane Independence Day celebration routine

Fashion, Films and Fairness: A Conversation with Sarish Khan

In November 2016, our Brown Girl of the Month Sarish Khan made a huge leap of faith by taking a one-way flight to Pakistan to pursue her dream of an acting career. With no projects lined up, she auditioned until she was discovered and found her way into films.

Sujata Day of HBO Comedy ‘Insecure’ Releases Naked Hipster Project’s Second Single, PARTS

The Naked Hipster Project is the music and comedy brainchild of two close friends, Sujata Day and Will Collyer.

Mehjabeen Hassan Takes Female Empowerment Forward One Outfit at a Time

Mehjabeen Hassan wants to break through South Asian norms and stereotypes in more than one way, and her clothing line is just the start.

Brown Girl of the Month Sanjana Paramhans Designs Public Structures to Create Social Change

Sanjana Paramhans is a dynamic social designer from NYC who uses design…

Brown Boy of the Month David Singh Says Representation is Key for Sports Journalism

My ancestors were taken to Guyana from India to work as indentured laborers for the British in the 1800s. My parents and grandparents grew up in the small Caribbean nation having never visited their motherland.

Dr. Romesh Japra, a Pioneer in Medicine and Culture in America

As a man of many hats, Dr. Romesh Japra not only serves as a cardiologist in the Bay Area, but also works on a variety of initiatives that range from founding a Hindu Temple to owning a vineyard and starting a fundamental celebration known as “Festival of Globe.”

Chester Bennington: Mourning the Eternal Rock Legend and Hero

The late Chester Bennington’s magical voice spoke to the rebel within me and acted as a calming stimulant in the process of growing up.

Meet Tony Brar: Champion Hockey Player and Budding Sports Reporter

Tony Brar is a 25-year-old Television Broadcasting student from Edmonton, Alberta. Born…

Brown Girl of the Month Nivedita Kulkarni Found Her Authentic Self and Won Herself Stardom

Nivedita Kulkarni is a writer, actress, and comedian based in NYC. She was recognized as a rising Asian American performer in Hollywood by HBO’s East of Main Street. Nivedita has worked in development at Segal NYC, is a nominator for the 2017 Kilroy Awards, and can be seen on TV & commercials nationwide.

A Rendevous with Rupi Kaur and Her Riveting Performance

Rupi Kaur’s formerly self-published collection “Milk and Honey” has sold 1.4 million copies around the world and is currently into its 16th printing edition.

Delhi-Based Prateek Kuhad’s Story on Rising International Face for Indian-Indie Music

Performing all over the world, taking the stage at music industry showcases and high-profile events like SXSW, CMW, BIGSOUND, Music Matters, and Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, Prateek Kuhad is rising as an international face for Indian indie music.

South Asian Dance Teams Bring Mental Health to the Stage

In fact, when it comes to people suffering from mental illnesses, an effective way to help them cope may actually be dance. Since the mid-1990s, dance therapy has actually been an approved form of treatment for those suffering from severe cognitive problems, according to the American Dance Therapy Association.

Libyan-American, Malak Kikhia, Makes it her Job to Show the Positive Side of Muslims

by Cathy Cassata – Follow @browngirlmag The following post was republished from Healthline…