HR by profession, but a writer by choice, I find creative respite through writing.
Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors is more than a murder mystery; a social commentary on how men sometimes use 'marriage' as a license for inflicting atrocities upon their wives.
Swara Bhasker's 'It's Not That Simple' is all but a sorry excuse of a series that fails at trying to show a woman's journey within herself.
Mirzapur 2 is not all gore and bloodshed. It is also a story of women wronged, rising from the ashes to vanquish men who think women can be tamed.
Short film Burning shows how patriarchy overshadows caste and class, but can cause its survivors to bond over its similarities.
Naina supported Aviral in his career. But will Aviral support Naina, at the onset of their marriage, when her dream career is in her reach?
Anita Hassanandani's pregnancy announcement is proof that 'well-wishers' see late pregnancy as an opening to give unsolicited advice!
Made by upcoming woman director Mohanjeet Kalsi, the award winning short film The Blue Helmet raises important questions about road safety.
Sita's voice comes across in Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's The Forest of Enchantments, and asks - Sita's love for Ram was all encompassing, so why did she come only second for him?
Enola Holmes is not your run of the mill story. With lovely performances, it is a nuanced take on a feminist unafraid woman.
In an eerily soft voice, he looked her straight in the eyes and said, “You are mine. You just want me to pursue you. I have seen enough Bollywood movies to know that is what a girl wants."
A refreshing take on a woman's quest for self-mastery infused with generous doses of humour, Panga is a must watch!
Women are still shamed for wanting rest for pain during periods; so Zomato declaring menstrual leave for women and trans employees, and others who menstruate is a step forward.
Was it better to be a child in the 90's more than now?
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