An exploration, promulgation and an expression of the artist’s thoughts and subsequent actions through a period of time
Based on a true story
My first exposure to the word “gay” was through the movie Dostana.
The novelty of picking on someone doesn’t wear off as soon as you’d expect.
Good, bad or grey, it seems to have struck a chord with viewers globally.
With me, he liked to have conversations in the morning over coffee.
For me, Delhi meant boys. It’s not about domestic exclusivity, the drawing of boundaries- it’s a love that is found in the streets, in dark corners late at night.
I was forcing myself to write something profound on turning 28.
I like the idea that the film is not positioned as a "gay" film. Clever move, I say!
“God made all men equal”. This is what we have been told by our ‘wise’ elders since childhood. Even the holy scriptures belonging to various religions teach the same.
Peeking out of a window, as the snow slowly melts after a dreary blizzard, it’s hard not to be hopeful – optimistic, even.
So I asked the only person I trusted - Google. After some hours of investigation, I now knew that it's not a "disease" as some people believed it to be.
hm..so what exactly happens when a erm..reeally-late-bloomer tries to make up for the lost time..
I am writing this to share a poem she wrote to me once, when we were together madly in love, for beautiful 4 years before she left me for a man.
It wasn’t until one item song when I was looking at the actress a little too intently for it to be just admiration that I realized, shit, maybe I’m not so straight after all.
You ask me why I fight.
You ask me why I scream.
This is a partial transcription of a video interview with Urmi Jadhav and Madhuri Sarode of the Dancing Queens
Godrej hosts a special event Dancing Queens: a celebration of India's Transgender Communities, during Transgender Awareness Week
Though my father and I are extremely close and I knew my parents would accept me eventually, I didn’t want to hurt them.
This campaign highlights the five most common forms of arguments used to trivialize sexual assault and shift blame onto the victims instead of the perpetrators.