Until recently, funny jokes have only been a culmination of sexist and casteist tropes that thrive on dehumanisation of the minorities.
'Lights, Camera, Action' dismantles India's hypocritical and regressive views on pornography and encourages open discussions about sexuality.
For Hermione to qualify as a friend and as a substantial character, she had to be brilliant, provide the two boys with notes so they didn't fail, look over their homework, save their lives and occasionally take the blame for their rule-breaking.
The ubiquity of male genitalia in art and religion is one such process by which male superiority is normalised.
In Sacred Games, Muslims' stotylines are just waiting to be obliterated and women have to die in order to motivate the two protagonists.
With women claiming more superhero roles, it dawned upon me that we are in desperate need of a female Indian superhero.
Scarlett Johansson doesn't understand how her playing a transgender man in a biopic about his life is ethically and morally wrong.
Nanette is so many things at once that it would be unjust to simply say this it is the story of a queer woman. But at its heart it is a narrative of sorrow, shame, empathy and most importantly strength.
The recent pattern of item songs where a lone woman dances for a horde of men, like in Chikni Chameli and Ek Do Teen, reminds me of gang molestation.
Many social media beauty gurus falsely advertise what "real skin" looks like with the use of filters and editing and claim natural beauty.