In this frustrating political climate, 'Mulk' is a reminder of the power and subversive potential of cinema.
What 'Queer Eye' commodifies best is not queer culture, but the good natured compassion, excitement and love that results between the Fab Five and their hero.
After a road accident that killed two students, Dhaka's teens have taken over the city's streets to check drivers' licences and impose traffic law to take on governmental apathy.
Unlike traditional media, the Netflix show actually takes on the destructive potential of communalism and divisive politics.
Star kids get first, second, third, even fourth chances to make it to the top. But we, commoners, have to struggle for years just hoping for that crucial first opportunity.
The books knits together several different perspectives – both personal and institutional – on the 1992 riots. However, it fails to address Brahmanical elitism and its influence in our contemporary …