The 13th installation of the controversial show Bigg Boss has been the longest running season ever in the history of this show, for many reasons, right and wrong.
Seema Ramchandani, Pratichee Mohapatra, Neha Bhasin, and Anushka Manchanda formed VIVA after winning the contest launched by Channel V.
Indian daily soaps have had a history of selling themselves on the objectification of women. More recently, major chunk of Indian TV industry majorly revolves around "Saas-Bahu" plot-points.
Not surprising to see Bollywood actors update their social media on an hourly basis but literally handful of them spoke up on the issue of CAA-NRC.
Popular culture and TV series have played an important role in perpetuating and reinforcing ideas, practices and beliefs, that defines our daily lives.
The flip-side to using dating apps like Grindr is the mental exhaustion of constantly having to look “perfect”, the pressure of conforming to unrealistic body standards and the unhealthy expectation of requiring to be available for sex in order to meet another person for a first-time date.
The podcast trend is gradually catching up in India, so here's a list of podcasts hosted by Indian women that we all should be listening to.
Shows like Crime Patrol, Savdhaan India, Gunah and Sansani have made a fortune out of turning trauma into entertainment, and making a mockery of these cases under the guise of 'awareness' or 'gender sensitisation'.
Boo’s death replays a familiar trope on television that Angelica Bastién describes as “women in refrigerators”—in which female characters are killed to push the plot forward and fuel the angst of male characters. Fleabag takes this trope and puts a feminist spin on it.
Social media platforms have revolutionised communications in recent years. While public space is accessible to all and provides a medium of person to person communication, social media has amplified the manner of communication in terms of exchanging views and also the comfort one feels behind their gadgets in doing so.