Gnanapriya is a Bangalore based Banker, a passionate feminist with a keen interest in philosophy, travel, conversations and forming new connections.
Netflix's Krishna And His Leela is a modern and interesting take on polyamory. Without making a joke or moral preaching, it shows what polyamory can mean.
Asuran may seem like a revenge saga. But it has several layers hidden behind it right from issues like the caste and class divide to exploring human nature
Not many Indian movies deal with women and their need for self-actualisation. Uyare is a movie that deals with a sensitive topic in a beautiful manner.
Malayalam movie Ishq is a thriller that surprises us with its perceptive look into how a regressive mindset can make people helpless about their choices.
Aadai may be a woman centric movie with an out-of-the-box theme. However, there are a few issues with the movie. Here's why you should watch it!
What happens when a young widow embarks on a journey to satisfy herself? Nathicharami as a movie explores exactly that and comes out with flying colours!
Running four parallel love stories, C/o Kancharapalem has all the elements to make a heart-warming love story. Here's why you should go watch this movie
Judgementall Hai Kya was released amidst a lot of controversy. However, the plot of movie keeps you more on the edge of your seat than the controversy did!
Actor, Singer, Poet – the multi-faceted Andrea Jeremiah discusses the social responsibility of cinema, how she chooses her roles, and her struggle with patriarchy in the film industry, in an interview at the recently held Bangalore Poetry Festival.
I recently went on a trip with Nupur Talwar, mother of Aarushi Talwar, who was murdered almost a decade ago. Despite their horrific journey since then, she has retained her warmth and generous nature. An inspiration.
Mahanati is a realistic depiction of Savithri's life and does not fail to enthrall the audience. This review examines what makes Mahanati tick.
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