Roopa Prabhakar describes herself as a mother, a working woman, a closet feminist and blogger.
A sharply sarcastic rap on the knuckles of the creators of Arjun Reddy and Kabir Singh - why miss out on these points which could have been more misogynist?
Movies that centre men (like the recent Sanju) let them make 308 mistakes and yet live full lives. Women on the other hand, are rarely allowed to make such mistakes.
It is chilling to realise how the creepy actions of Harvey Weinstein had permeated Hollywood, causing many to turn a blind eye to what should have been evident.
“Why are you making excuses for them Bhavee? We’ve warned them so many times, what does it take for them to learn their lesson? Your dead body?”
Multitasking supermom, sole doer of all chores, and often working woman too - are the expectations all about the Superwoman tag?
The friendship of girls can be a beautiful force during one's growing up years. Here is a memorable account.
Women's Cricket brings no fame or fortune with it - as yet. Could this actually be the purest version of game, played for the game's own sake?
“All I’m saying is, if you are committing the deadly sin of working late on Friday nights, at least get some credit for it!”
A case may be made for the 'haanikarak bapu' of Dangal being a tiger dad, but in our patriarchal society, we perhaps need a few of those!
Why Hilary Clinton lost is still baffling. The polls predicted it, the media fawned over her, SNL gave her a thumbs up and she got plenty of help from Trump himself.
Dads can be the best! And Indian Dads? They can be a category into themselves. Roopa Prabhakar writes an inspiring post celebrating them.
Many dream of using robots for domestic help - who do our domestic chores perfectly, without a word of complaint. Can a robot really take the place of a human being?
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