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“The binary depiction of Indian as good and Western as bad is such a tired trope in Bollywood.”
A new micro-gen term just dropped but many of those categorised in it are pissed.
“The moment Ramadan ends, I’m hopeful they will forget all the restraint and visit us, but even that seems unlikely now due to this sudden spate of new infections.”
“Whenever I do a show in the Philippines, I feel like I’m at home with my culture, like I did when I was a kid dancing the tinikling.”