The story is set in an upper-caste household that privileges the men and exploits the women, reducing them to service-providers.
A satirical take full of leaps of logic on the farmer protests in India and the international voices speaking out about them.
What is applause worthy in the series is the delineation of largely invisibilised institutional realities through certain feminine constructs.
Who is the man who will give Lata the “space to grow”?
The Netflix series won the Best Drama Series category at the International Emmy Awards 2020. Though this should be an occasion to celebrate, it is probably also an opportune …
An essay on the misrepresentation of women in Bollywood's horror genre, and how misogyny and transphobia come together in Akshay Kumar's recent 'Laxmii'.
Despite all the horror and pain COVID-19 brings with it, it has also taught us a lesson that generations to come will remember – don’t run too fast because …