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The world of gaming and its inclusion of kick-ass female characters has come a long way since the iconic Lara Croft. Amongst many other memorable female characters, this heroine proved she could combat evil in a male–oriented digital world with more than just her curves!
As an actor, you dream about that once in a lifetime role, the role that you know you were born to play. Not out of ego, but because the minute you read it, you know who this person is, and you fall in love with the world that the writer has created.
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.
I'm not really sure what specifically made me choose acting as a career, other than realizing somewhere around high school that this thing I loved to do, performing, was something I could actually do for a living!
BG Nikitha Menon recently interviewed the wonderful Aneesh Sheth, from Marvel’s "Jessica Jones." Her perspective on identity was truly eye opening.
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.
When I was a little girl, I was obsessed with mythology. Greek, Roman, Indian, Norse, you name it…I loved them all, more so than your standard fairy tales. I loved the epic nature of the stories that were so magical but also so obviously written (or orally shared through time) to speak to universal truths about the human condition.
“The arts are our soul. You cannot survive without the arts.” These words spoken by the New York Indian Film Festival’s prestigious executive director, Aroon Shivdasani, filled the theater at the Perot Museum in Dallas on opening night of the Dallas-Fort Worth South Asian Film Festival.