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ART & CULTURE

 |  Rough Cut  |  5-minute read
Bollywood, Women Empowerment, Zaira Wasim, Aamir Khan

Every child needs a champion and Aamir Khan is everyone's

Role of popular culture in encouraging change and emboldening the weak cannot be over-emphasised.

ART & CULTURE

 |  3-minute read
Bollywood, Aamir Khan, Secret Superstar

Why Aamir Khan's Sexy Baliye will put item girls out of business

The actor does not need to play the lead role to make his presence felt.

ART & CULTURE

 |  5-minute read
Sholay, Sadma, Amitabh Bachchan, Bollywood

Why Bollywood should stop making remakes

A classic is a classic because of its emulation-worthy qualities, but it does not mean that it deserves to get remade.

VOICES

 |  5-minute read
Star power, Bollywood, Amitabh Bachchan

Why the Bachchan legend is a never-ending celebration

Endurance, adaptability and self-belief is the lessons we all can learn from Amitabh Bachchan

ART & CULTURE

 |  4-minute read

ART & CULTURE

 |  2-minute read
Mumbai, Milind Dhaimade, Tu Hi Mera Sunday, Bollywood

Tu Hi Mera Sunday is a tale of why Mumbai offers hope

Milind Dhaimade’s debut film celebrates the city's resilience.

VARIETY

 |  5-minute read
Hrithik Roshan, Kangana Ranaut, Bollywood

Why Hrithik and Kangana controversy doesn't end

They have shown poor judgement in handling a row that's now out of control.

VOICES

 |  3-minute read
Bollywood, Kangna ranaut, Hrithik Roshan

Hrithik Roshan writes FB post about his controversial relationship with Kangana Ranaut

The actor says 'social biases towards women' have made it difficult for him to defend himself.

ART & CULTURE

 |  4-minute read
Double roles, Bollywood, Women

Playmate to wife: The double lives of women, from ancient Tamil poetry to Bollywood

Unlike the male double role, it focuses on the threat of open female sexuality versus the traditional virtuous one.

ART & CULTURE

 |   Long-form
Star kids, Film industry, Nepotism, Bollywood

Why nepotism in Bollywood is an accusation gone too far

The Hindi film industry is not some secret fraternity that destroys outsiders and plays dirty games.