AIB together with a host of collaborators including your very own Gaysi Family presents a most brilliant satirical take on the commonsensical (NOT) questions about Homosexuality fielded by none other than Imran Khan.
Time Out review of The Gaysi Zine is a juicy critique of Gaysi's coddled print project.
Dilliwale, Queeple, Tweeple, Delhi Lovelies, Lodhi Garden Ke Doggies - Sab Suno!
Big Boss 7 has opened the Pandora’s box.
Are comedians allowed to blatantly ignore social responsibility under the guise of their profession?
Stephen Fry started the newest project, possibly one closest to his heart: documenting homosexuality & homophobia around the globe.
Early this year, Gaysi Family had a fantastic coup - The BBC and Stephen Fry and Dirty Talk all in one at The Three Wise Men in Mumbai on Sunday, March 3rd, 2013. Guess which awesome blog just picked up on that fantastic event and featured us?
Kuch Palon Mein, a short written & directed by Avi explores the relationship between Mihir, a college student & Ankit, his senior.
Wimbledon this year was the greatest disappointment to me.
And yes, nothing works better than humour to put your message across.
Cine Labia is back after a long break and we are back with a tribute to the acclaimed filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh.
Myna Mukherjee held an art exhibition called "Resist" at Gallery Beyond in South Mumbai as a formal response to the recent Delhi rape case.
Ira Sachs is one of a few independent directors creating interesting stories that adeptly discuss homosexuality.
Watch gay rights activists talk about taboos surrounding homosexuality in India.
The Chennai Rainbow Film Festival showcases the best Queer films which are world acclaimed works and fosters diversity throughout the world.
Late on Monday night, Indrajit Chakraborty was murdered in his apartment by an alleged date.
Congratulations! We read your letter to Angelina Jolie in the Times of India.
RITUPARNO... The name flows on the tongue, as a river is meant to be.
Blue Is The Warmest Color, a lesbian themed french film wins the Palme d’Or, the top honor, at the 66th Cannes film Festival.
My films Logging Out, Book of Love, Curtains represent the current LGBT scenario in India.