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The Bollywood Project recently spoke to Hollywood casting assistant and Brown Girl Magazine movie reviewer Keertana Sastry to get the inside scoop as to how the industry really works.
The South Asian Creative Summit reminded us that in order to make our mark as South Asians in creative fields, we must be collaborative and resourceful.
"Shuddh Desi Romance" is a Bollywood film that chooses to celebrate a different type of love story, so in honor of the film’s anniversary, we have created a list to toast a few more of the best modern Bollywood rom-coms.
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.
We are fans of the Swet Shop Boys, but not gullible fans. Judging by the music of these two mystics, they wouldn’t want us as to be anything but critical.
by Keertana Sastry Follow @KeertanaKS Relationship. Connection. Resolution. That’s what the new film “The Sense of an Ending” is all about. After the huge critical success of his previous film, the brilliant “The Lunchbox,”...
by Antara Mason – Follow @AntaraMason With over a million visitors to the website in 2016, it’s safe to say, we’ve had an incredible year! From the heartwarming and hard-hitting (756) stories...
'Lion,' now playing in New York and Los Angeles, follows the story of Saroo Brierley who, at a very young age, was mistakenly abandoned.
If the trailer is any indication, 'Growing Up Smith' is sure to be a fun and poignant coming-of-age story for Indian and Americans alike.
Magik might be back after eight years apart, but the magic of "Rock On!!" hasn’t quite returned for its sequel, "Rock On 2."
As we all let the election results sink in and continue the fight for change, equality and hope in this country, let’s take a look at a small silver lining from two of the races in Congress: A House race in Washington, and a Senate race in California.
by Keertana Sastry Follow @KeertanaKS To Donald Trump on his first day as President-Elect, The votes have been tallied, the people have spoken: You will be the next President of the United States. I did...
Shah Rukh Khan. The name is synonymous with Bollywood, and Bollywood has benefited from that association. Shah Rukh, or SRK as he’s more lovingly known, celebrates his 51st birthday today, which is shocking for two reasons: It’s insane to believe SRK is 51 because he still looks great, but also it’s insane to imagine people of my generation have already been watching this impressive man onscreen for more than two decades.
“No.” It’s one of the most powerful words in the English language. No matter what language one speaks, the word “no” is universal.
When Aziz Ansari’s “Master Of None” premiered on Netflix, one thing was for certain, the show was destined to be a big winner come TV award season. The series has taken home a Peabody, a Critics’ Choice TV Award, an AFI Award, and now a new trophy will join the shelves of creators Ansari and Alan Yang, a Primetime Emmy award.
In one fell swoop, Indian tennis player Sania Mirza explained the blatant sexism female celebrities and athletes face on a regular basis.
The teasers and photos we’ve seen so far of Sultan have singularly shown Khan in the titular role as a champion wrestler, but Yash Raj films finally released Khan’s leading lady, Anushka Sharma. And boy is she fierce.
Trade in your favorite rom-com with these anti-Valentine’s Day horror and drama Bollywood flicks—most of which will likely make you appreciate your significant other, or single status, even more.
Deepika Padukone steps into Hollywood with the third installment of the “xXx” series, “The Return of Xander Cage.”