The show's depiction of a Nepali woman has triggered a much-needed debate – on the status of Nepali women both outside and within our own society.
The big screen, small screen and advertisements alike have equally stereotyped the Gurkha community. The slur used in the web series will further reinforce such racial discrimination.
The main issue with critiques of the show – a funny, unapologetically-itself series about an Indian-American girl navigating high school – is that it is being held to an incredibly …
Apart from relatable characters, the show tackles one of the most prevalent issues in Indian society – the class divide.
Performers and performances have never been so ordinary and grand at the same time.
Is Never Have I Ever watchable? Definitely. But its USP is not its South-Asian storyline.
Gill’s latest special represents a journey that most of us have made.