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Akshay Kumar has hit the jackpot once again with his latest, “Singh is Bliing.” Ruling the box office has become the norm for Kumar, but so is sparking controversy.
The burden of womanhood is not one I should bear with such heavy heart, it is one that I should carry with joy and pride but yet you make me regret it?
From the day you are born, the world may seem like it is pitted against you and I will fight so hard for that not to be true. I wish for you to look up to the sky and see endless possibilities with no one to hinder you.
Were we born or raised this way?Almost as soon as a baby Indian girl is born she is thrown into a whirlwind of designations and tasks.
Presented by Toyota, the Big Apple welcomed its newest South Asian film festival, New York City South Asian Film Festival (NYC SAFF). Founded by veteran festival director Jitin Hingorani, the festival's mission is to showcase premieres of features, documentaries and short films curated to engage, educate and inspire the masses, ranging from Baby Boomers to Generation Z.
In a historical precedent, the Madras High Court announced that the term ‘bride’ in the Hindu Marriage Act can also refer to a trans woman.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Rock On, we look back at Farhan Akhtar's first acting performance, as well as 5 other impressive debuts!
by Nila Choudhury - Follow @browngirlmag Whatever happened to the gorgeous lyrics from Bollywood soundtracks with depth and catchy beats that had your foot tapping rhythmically? Whatever happened to predictability? The milkman,...
by Zaynah Arefin - Follow @ZaynahA November 6th saw the return of the massive hit show “Koffee with Karan!” We’ve been waiting eagerly ever since the announcement of the fifth season was...
Panelists Speak on Transnational Feminism and its Contradictions in South Asian Context at Barnard...
More than 300 young adults filled the audience hall at Barnard Hall at Columbia University on Thur., Feb. 12 to take part in a panel discussion on transnational feminism and its contradictions in South Asia.