For decades, Indian celebrities have had an unsaid rule of never critiquing politics or being anti-government.
The film shows how a child, like Simba, can overcome grief with the help and love of his friends, family and community.
In a Hindu majority country, where even the ruling Government is pivoting on majoritarian sentiments, expecting actors belonging to a community which is already targeted is not only unfair but …
The spectacular similarity with the contemporary political scenario and its critique is a bold divergence from Bollywood's hero-worship culture.
Frozen was a lightening-rod moment in the zeitgeist, but to try to make it to strike twice would be disastrous.
Prioritising work-life balance is a rising global trend. Why should Zaira be any different, just because she is a Bollywood star?