Zakir Khan's Haq Se Single is yet another stereotypical express of gender roles as he draws thick lines between all over-emotional girls and emotionless, fierce boys.
'My ID is Gangnam Beauty' does not dismiss the beauty industry. The focus is on choice and self-love. If self-love is to be achieved through medical interference, it is considered perfectly alright.
People of colour, women, and LGBTQIA+ characters on Brooklyn Nine-Nine aren't props to bounce jokes off of – instead, they are well-written characters who serve as important a function.
Through the course of the story, Sabrina’s defiance of the rules of the dark world unravels a series of mishaps that ultimately can be undone by her – and that would come at a price.
The popularity of K-pop groups and solo singers rests on their ability to fit into the moulds of what constitutes appropriate behaviour for men and women.
Killing Eve is a dangerous yet oftentimes facetious dance of twisted seduction that not only passes the Bechdel test but flips it on its head.
Hotstar’s decision to take down Better Life Foundation is an empty gesture as it invalidates the talent of women like Sumukhi Suresh and Debbie Rao.
In the last few years, performers from South Asia have been rising to prominence and using their platform to call out Hollywood’s bias.
In Indian cinema, caste continues to be wilfully erased and invisibilised as our society refuses to acknowledge its ugly casteist practices.
'She's Beautiful When She's Angry' gives an account of the second wave feminism by portraying its hilarious take on feminist stereotypes.