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by Saloni Gajjar - Follow @browngirlmag “Simran” is a brave idea for a movie. I say brave because it ventures out of Bollywood’s comfort zone when it comes to displaying life in America. In “Simran,” starring...
by Saloni Gajjar - Follow @browngirlmag #REPRESENTATION. Or at least that was the motto at the 69th Emmy Awards last night. Television’s highest honors have often emphasized the importance of showcasing and applauding diversity. Hosted...
2017 has started on an impressive note for Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone. She stars opposite Vin Diesel in the action movie “xXx: The Return of Xander Cage,” which released on January 20. Over the weekend, the film collected a notable $50.3 million worldwide.
by Saloni Gajjar - Follow @browngirlmag The 74th Annual Golden Globes aired on January 8, 2017 on NBC and proved, once again, how television is just better than movies when it...
Hypokrit Theater Company Co-Founder Arpita Mukherjee on Providing a Platform for South Asian Artists
Taking place from September 26-October 2, Tamasha NYC will witness diverse plays, dance shows, panels, workshops, and musical nights featuring South Asian and other performers from different minorities.
Reshma Qureshi has been fighting to stop acid sale in India ever since she was attacked two years ago by her estranged brother-in-law and two other accomplices in North India.
While Indian-American actress Mindy Kaling prepares to shine on-screen in the all-female reboot of “Ocean’s Eleven,” we imagine what a Bollywood version of “Ocean’s Eight” would look like.
Coffeepass, co-founded by Dev Melepura and Ashwath Biradar, was developed as a means to fix online dating using friends and mutual connections, and a great amount of research on social theories.
Arshiya Kherani's new clothing line, Sukoon, is the answer to Muslim women in America who wants to creatively supplement hijab in their wardrobe.
There has never been a better time to be an Indian in Hollywood—and “Family Party” actress Jaya Prasad couldn’t agree more. Prasad, 27, plays the role of Arti on Netflix’s 50-minute narrative that indulges in the Indian-American lifestyle and evokes laughter and emotion while doing so.
Finally, a show from an Indian-American perspective has gained momentum. Now if we could just get more of these five teensy things in Season 2 of Master Of None. Is anyone listening?
Aziz Ansari is on a serious roll. His original Netflix series, “Master of None,” dropped in November 2015 and won the hearts of audiences everywhere. And now, last week, it won the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Comedy.