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BG Priyanka Gulati takes a look back at the 1990s hit film, Duplicate — starring Shahrukh Khan, Juhi Chawla, and Sonali Bendre — and analyzes what still works and what doesn't - exactly 20 years later!
Deemed as one of the largest democratic exercises in the world, the Indian elections began on April 11. About 900 million Indians aged 18 years and older are eligible to vote and polling will take several weeks to complete. While India’s democracy has numerous parties, two prominent parties are the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), who will be seeking reelection, and Congress, the main opposition party to the BJP.
by Priyanka Gulati - Follow @Gulate Inspired by the true story of Arunanchalam Muruganantham, and, in part, by Twinkle Khanna’s short story "The Sanitary Man from A Sacred Land," 'Padman' seems an effortless blend of...
Twenty-three-year-old Jyoti Singh Pandey is brutally raped on a private bus by six men and a metal rod, pulling her intestines from inside her. The youngest of them was 16. Ten days later she dies and my country is plunged into darkness.
We pay tribute to a Bollywood legend, the late Shashi Kapoor, and his greatest songs onscreen. A true icon in every sense of the word.
by Priyanka Gulati - Follow @Gulate “Those who are swathed in the shade of love, have the whole world at their feet,” croons Malaika Arora, dressed in a maroon ghagra atop a...
Gagan Gandhi is a Toronto-based aspiring insta-poet, his work is primarily about love and life and you'd be surprised at where he finds comfort writing his daily musings.
The memorial left by participants of Tuesday's vigil in Washington D.C.’s Dupont Circle was set ablaze, according to officers.
After multiple years of entertaining her fans as a singer, Nindy Kaur has now turned entrepreneur, debuting her first-ever lipstick collection.
My teenage-self was awestruck by Shah Rukh Khan of DDLJ and bowled over by Hrithik Roshan’s dance moves. So I was excited to revisit those memories at Bollywood Boulevard.
Given that South Asian countries are listed as some of the most dangerous places to be a woman, every action and voice – however small or big - is a much-needed step forward. We salute every South Asian feminist taking a stand, even if you didn't make our list of advocates.