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Brown Girl Staff – Follow @browngirlmag On its 4th year, the Dallas-Fort Worth South Asian Film Festival celebrated by taking itself to new heights - four days of nonstop, amazing films. A special event...
As of Friday morning, an arrest has yet to be made in Zainab’s case. The hashtag #JusticeforZainab has garnered worldwide attention in a movement designed to stop these horrific acts from occurring.
The posts are simple - a paragraph or two (or more) of text along with a picture, all provided by the interviewee, answering the same question - “what does it mean to be a woman?”
The event, which showcases films and features from South Asian directors, brought together a variety of talent through prestigious directors, actors and producers, to discuss a topic that is perhaps more essential this year than any other: the importance of South Asian stories in the entertainment industry.
Being a staple in South Asian jewelry (India is the third-largest diamond consumer in the world), diamonds are a must-have for South Asians around the world.
Amarpreet and her mother, Jaspreet Rai, own Sanrai International, a company that sells healthcare diagnostic and treatment tools in countries around the world.
Looking for the Manish Malhotra of the west, you say? Look no further than Tina Tandon herself.
Two-time Academy Award winner Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’s passion dwells from a place deep within her. “I make films that I hope will cause some sort of change and spark a conversation. That is what I’ve always aspired to do and that does not change—it is what I’ll always aspire to do," she said.
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by Faria Akram - Follow @fariaakram14 In the second part of this two-part interview with Brown Girls Rini Sampath, Sara Zaheer and Abeer Syedah, we turn the tables and let the...
by Faria Akram - Follow @fariaakram14 This year has made its mark as one of the craziest election years yet. But in their own, slightly smaller political circles, three Brown Girls are...
“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.