Women's stories and stories by women are important. We need more female directors in Bollywood, in order to do justice to female gaze.
The Auratnaak comedy show attempted to explore the phenomena associated with patriarchy in the Pakistani society on a grass-root level.
Scarlett Johansson doesn't understand how her playing a transgender man in a biopic about his life is ethically and morally wrong.
It would be ideal if women are included in every production of AIB, even when the conversation is not about sexual abuse or female sexuality.
There are various Bollywood 'woman-centric' films, but barely any that celebrate female friendships in all their complexity.
Until recently, funny jokes have only been a culmination of sexist and casteist tropes that thrive on dehumanisation of the minorities.
Game of Thrones nurtured many women characters since the beginning of the series, each season layered them with more nuances, with some seasons dedicated specifically to their rise and fall and yet in the end, it slaughters them with one cold episode.
'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.
This week the multi-billion dollar razor company, Gillette came out with its commercial ‘We Believe: The Best Men Can Be’ and it has wreaked havoc for many.
Chick flicks have created spaces for certain characters to exist, a space that has been denied to them both in literature and screen.