Harry Potter: The Boy Who Keeps on Living

Harry Potter still holds the power to make people read, and technology takes a backseat. Whether it was via Hermione’s intelligence or Dumbledore’s wisdom, the significance of knowledge was always evident.

Kumail Nanjiani’s ‘The Big Sick’ is a Unique Love Story With Universal Truth

Love is hard. That’s an undeniable fact. But, as many South Asians and other minority communities know all too well, acceptance can be much harder.

Is Beauty An Accomplishment? My Response to Priyanka Chopra Voted “Second Most Beautiful Woman in the World”

I know many people reading this will argue that she was chosen for being much more than a pretty face – a Goodwill Ambassador, breaking diversity barriers, and more.

But who are we kidding?

Priyanka Chopra is a Stone-Cold Villain in the New ‘Baywatch’ Trailer

by Gabbie Deonath On March 22, Paramount Pictures released the official trailer…

Ritesh Batra Explores Reconnection & Harsh Truths with ‘The Sense of an Ending’

by Keertana Sastry  Follow @KeertanaKS Relationship. Connection. Resolution. That’s what the new film…

And The Award Goes To… Sunny Pawar!

by Tayeba Hussain – Follow @browngirlmag Yes, he is the adorable little boy…

Does An Oscar Win for Casey Affleck Mean Sexual Harassment & Violence Is Normalized In Society?

by Anjali Bhakta – Follow @anjaliib  “I shall not change my course because…

Mahershala Ali Becomes First Muslim Actor to win Best Supporting Oscar for ‘Moonlight’

Mahershala Ali becomes the first Muslim actor to win Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars last night.

An Oscar Nomination For Dev Patel Isn’t Proof Of South Asian Progress in Hollywood — But It’s A Start

by Fatima Ahmed Actor Dev Patel is heading to the Oscars tomorrow with…

Deepika Padukone is Your Sole Reason to Watch ‘xXx: The Return of Xander Cage’

2017 has started on an impressive note for Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone. She stars opposite Vin Diesel in the action movie “xXx: The Return of Xander Cage,” which released on January 20. Over the weekend, the film collected a notable $50.3 million worldwide.