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Yes, times are uncertain, and the monotony of staying at home is getting to us. Go ahead; give yourself a break with these interesting shows and movies.
Yes, times are uncertain,
and the monotony of staying at home is getting to us. Go ahead; give yourself a
break with these interesting shows and movies.
With summer coming up, most of us are hit with the memory of
holidays spent in faraway places or cool destinations we would want to escape
to. But in case you had to press pause
on your travel plans, there are ways to bring the free-spirited summer vibes
even when you are spending it at home.
You might have been juggling household chores, working and
studying over the weeks. As we deal with the monotony of everyday life, the
reality is that our minds need a break too.
Self-care also means giving ourselves the leeway to indulge a
little bit – even if it’s something as simple as watching your favourite TV
shows or movies.
Whether your taste runs to new and original shows, or the old-but-gold category, ZEE5 has an excellent repertoire that you should check out – the library includes a collection of movies across every possible genre such as comedy, action, romance and thriller, TV shows, a collection of both new shows and old popular ones as well as a lot of original content which has been made free recently for the viewers.
Here’s a pick of interesting stuff to watch on ZEE5 this
month, depending on your taste.
If you are looking for interesting Hindi
movies to watch, these premium movies are available for free right now, ranging
from action films to films based on social issues to comedies and romances.
Some good picks include:
If you are looking for contemporary shows, check out the new
Alt shows now available for free. These
What if your taste runs to nostalgia? These old and popular
shows too are available on ZEE5:
You can download the ZEE5 app here to watch on
any mobile device, or look for it on your dashboard if you are using a smart
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My house-help asked excitedly, “I am going for wedding. Can you let me wear your red & black saree? To be honest I was stumped for a moment; I didn’t know what to say but I still said yes.
I lent a gorgeous saree to my house-help for a wedding in her family. Soon I stated getting questions if I would wear that saree again or if I was okay to be seen wearing the same saree my house-help was wearing?
We are all so conditioned to give our used clothes to our house-helps but are we okay to wear the clothes they were wearing?
A few days ago she came excitedly to me, “I am going for a family wedding. I want to wear your red & black saree, Ill wash and give it to you after the function. Please can you let me wear it?”
Beauty is a very clever, very evil capitalist tool. It traps those who have it into hanging on to it for dear life and those who don't into mutilating, torturing themselves to achieve the unachievable.
I recently wrote a piece about MP Shashi Tharoor’s tweet in which he had shared a pic with six women parliamentarians tagging them and saying “Who says the Lok Sabha isn’t an attractive place to work?”
There was a rash of comments on the post shared on Instagram, which ranged from “chill, it’s just a compliment” and “stop overthinking compliments”, to (worried) men lamenting about “these feminazi”.
Here’s my answer to all those comments.
Boys think stalking her will win a girl over, but that isn't true - 'serenading' a woman a la movies is pure harassment if she does not want it.
Boys think stalking her will win a girl over, but that isn’t true – ‘serenading’ a woman a la movies is pure harassment if she does not want it.
Men check out women and make her feel uncomfortable. Stalk her in all the ways possible. Invade her to get her intimate details, touch her to do romance as he saw in the movies. Will do his best to get her, and when she says no will take it on his ego. And will throw acid to show his masculine superiority.
Movies dramatize life. The storylines make us cry, laugh, vent our anger. The fantasies we create in our mind, where everything is according to our will are taken to heart by the male lot. They think that what happens in movies can happen in the real world too. This is amongst the major cons of the movies.
These upcoming Hindi movies in 2019 (and a few that are already on the screen) promise to show us women as they are in the 'real world' - in a range of avatars. Check out our list, and make your plans!
These upcoming Hindi movies in 2019 (and a few that are already on the screen) promise to show us women as they are in the ‘real world’ – in a range of avatars. Check out our list, and make your plans!
“Nahin, mujhe chod ke mat jao, mai tumhare aage hath jodti hun”, (Don’t leave me!) this must’ve been said by at least a gazillion women in Hindi Movies on screen all through the 90s and sometimes even in the early 2000s. We’ve come a long way from there.
From the last few years, all our women onscreen have been rising to the occasion and celebrating life independently and how! From a woman who went on her honeymoon alone (Queen) to a daughter who wouldn’t budge for a man, prioritizing her father before anyone else (Piku) to a naïve simple housewife plunging ahead to take English classes to remind her family that she can achieve anything she wants to (English Vinglish). Last year too, we saw some terrific characters on screen, in Raazi, Andhadhun, Padmaavat, Hichki, Pari and more. We finally have iconic female characters now redeeming the terrible parts that they were confined to in the past.