'The princess is going to look her saviour in the eye / And tell him that she does not need saving.'
The higher the groom's financial and social standing, the better the car he is expected to receive.
Anand Rai’s film is not just clueless about gender politics, but is also devoid of logic, and harks back to the cheap films of the 1980s.
It has been almost two years since former school teacher Mahesh Chandra hit the road with the goal of educating those who cross his path about dowry.
Dowry was legally banned in India nearly 60 years ago and yet it continues to be a common practice.
Three decades back, when a few cases of domestic violence were reported, the villagers pledged to neither receive nor give dowry by signing a document on a stamp paper.
My personal experience on gaslighting – a tale we all hear and yet barely acknowledge publicly.
Bollywood's reaction to Salman Khan's conviction showed that defending, supporting and shielding criminals is a part of our culture.
A poem about the different expectations we keep for girls and boys in the same family.