Bollywood’s First Lesbian Rom-Com Is Bringing Queer Love to Indian Cinema
The mother of a gay child, Shelly Chopra Dhar, and Gazal Dhaliwal, a trans woman, co-wrote the script for a groundbreaking new movie in India in the hopes of getting through to parents of LGBTQ children.
The Rise of T-Series, the YouTube Channel That Will Soon Dethrone PewDiePie
An Indian entertainment channel is poised to take over as the largest YouTube channel in the world.
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Inside 'Hungama,' an LGBTQ+ Bollywood Night in an East London Strip Club
It's rare that South Asian clubbers can come together to celebrate queer culture, but this new night at Metropolis provides just that.
A Tribute to the Only Bollywood Star My Indian Family Ever Agreed About
For his birthday, we celebrate some of Amitabh Bachchan's best films.
The Warehouse Project, Elrow Respond After Party Poster Deemed “Offensive” by Critics
A Bollywood-themed party, set for February 18, featured a caricature of Hindu deity Lord Shiva.
Counter Records's New Label Darling Fakear Is Dropping His Debut This Summer
'Animal' is out June 10 on Counter Records.
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Amrit's New Tune "Blow" Is a Lithe Little Number
The Australian-born, Anglo-Indian newbie drops her second ever tune. We'd like to hear more ASAP please, thanks.
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From Bollywood to Acid House: A Remembrance of Charanjit Singh
We look at the work of an unlikely creator of a genre passed away at age 75.
An Augmented Reality Superheroine Is Fighting the Social Stigma of Rape in India
The comic book story of a mortal woman and the Hindu goddess Parvati in their fight against gender-based violence debuts in the United States in a new gallery exhibition.
Why Is This Harmless-Looking Bollywood Movie Triggering a Huge Free Speech Debate in India?
"MSG: The Messenger of God" is a Bollywood film that critics claim is trying to proselytize on behalf of a bizarre and controversial religious sect.
A Canadian Bollywood Singer Says He Invented a Space Elevator
According to him $30 billion dollars and 10 years of work, it can be a reality.
I Work as a 'Human Table' at Indian Weddings Because I'm a White Girl
Paying pale-skinned Westerners to do embarrassing things is a growing fad among India's middle classes.