by BG Staff – Follow @browngirlmag When “The Mindy Project” premiered in 2012, it signaled…
Bollywood is obsessed with remakes and remixes right now, and the new song from “Golmaal Again” — “Maine Tujhko Dekha” — is just the tip of a very irritating iceberg.
With the allegations of sexual harassment, sexual assault and rape against Harvey Weinstein, we have a few things to say to those in power who abuse women
Happy spring, readers! We know that the Brown List has been on a hiatus, but we’re finally back and better than ever. BGM’s staff wants to let you in on our favorite beauty, health and culture picks for April.
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Brown Girl Magazine staffers pick out the items you need in your closet, beauty bag and life! Don’t miss the August Brown List!
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Is Coldplay’s new “Hymn for the Weekend” music video starring Queen B and Bollywood beauty, Sonam Kapoor yet another example of cultural appropriation in pop culture or is Coldplay truly appreciating Indian heritage?
Brown Girl Magazine is proud to announce that we will be media sponsors for the 2nd annual DFW South Asian Film Festival. The festival kicks off its programming from February 19th to 21st, 2016, at locations in downtown Dallas and Plano.
Anjali Bhimani has come a long way. She brought Indian flair to her role in the stage interpretation of Kipling’s Jungle Book, and then moved on to other things. Now, fresh from her success with appearances in the hit TV show “Modern Family,” and her new film Miss India America.
If these two aren’t the cutest and most badass twins that you’ve ever met, then we don’t know what to tell you. Their Bharatnatyam infused choreography to the nostalgically popular song from the 1999 Bollywood movie, “Taal” is worth watching on repeat. And then, once more.
Penn Masala is one of the most well-known names when it comes to South Asian a capella. It was founded in 1996 by a group of students at the University of Pennsylvania. Since the release of their must-have-seen viral music video, “Evolution of Bollywood Music,” which saw almost 1.5 million views on YouTube, they are back with another hit mashup.