The film may have asked us to surrender our brains, but unlike our present politics, it did not ask us to ignore our hearts. Instead, it took for granted …
Even though a person of Bachchan's stature flagged the issues of 'civil liberty' and 'freedom', his words went completely unheard.
A poem on actors Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone being attacked for 'hurting the religious sentiments' of Hindus over their upcoming film 'Pathaan'.
Shrayana Bhattacharya's book delves into the everyday lives and fantasies of Indian women – and can take male readers down many paths you did not know existed.
'If you love the Shahrukh you see on the screen...'
Two BJP leaders and several other right-wing social media users seemed unaware – whether wilfully or otherwise – of the custom of blowing into the wind after offering dua.
The film, which recently completed 25 years, is more of an anti-rom-com – a story of a guy who does not get the girl, and yet, life goes on.
We're either stuck in a narrow definition of patriotism or trying to imagine a better nation for ourselves – and our movies reflect this conflict like never before.
Bandra’s charm lies as much in its obsession with avocado, as it does in its proximity to the free, unpretentious sea.
What part of me would remain Muslim if I failed to comply with anything Islam asks for? What part of me would remain?