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On International Men’s Day, Let’s Celebrate These Conversations About Men’s Mental Health Issues In Popular Media

A few male celebrities and characters in movies are speaking up about men's mental health issues. Let’s hope that this encourages and normalizes these conversations in society at large.

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Bala Tries To Deliver A Message Of Self-Acceptance, But Does It Need To Be So Preachy?

In its effort to portray 'issues', Ayushmann Khurana - Bhumi Pednekar starrer Bala ends up being all "Gyaan", says this reviewer. 

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For A Country Obsessed With Virginity – A Pill Now To Help You Fake Your Virgin Blood!

Virgin! The relevance of this word is a lot in our society. So much so that now there is a pill to fake blood to prove virginity for that 'first night.'

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Ayushmann Khurrana’s Bala Deals With Body Shaming Through Sharp Wit And Humour

Amidst a lot of controversy over Bhumi Pednekar's artificially dark skin, Bala released last Friday. A breezy happy film that deals with body shaming the right way!

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Fabulously Funny One Line Descriptions of Bollywood’s Greatest (Problematic) Hits
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Hilarious one-line descriptions of some really popular Bollywood hits, that get right at the bottom of the problematic part of it, by a woman who identifies as feminist.

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No, Kartik Aryan. You Can’t ‘Obtain’ Sex From Someone Through ‘Jugaad’

A misogynist film, clearly, from its trailer that 'jokes' about marital rape, this is irresponsible filmmaking with an eye only on the box office, and no social responsibility.

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