The informal economy of tamasha stigmatises artistes and at the same time, provides possibilities and power, however limited, to some women.
Journalist is threatened after urging people to report the sexist video on YouTube.
There seem to be no surprises left in Westeros and the just-concluded season seems to have played fast and loose with time and plot.
Bill Dubuque’s screenplay is generous, serving up a beautiful backstory and depth to every character, and weaving them into the plot seamlessly.
Despite dire predictions in the age of online retail, bookstores aren’t going away anytime soon as they remain curators of taste and community hubs.
Amit Khanna, the executive producer of Buniyaad, which triggered memories of Partition in both India and Pakistan, recalls how the 1987 drama was created.
Glen Campbell won four Grammy Awards for ‘Gentle on My Mind’ and ‘By the Time I Get to Phoenix’, and released over 70 albums over his 50-year career.
It is no secret that the US state machinery has a vested interest in monitoring Hollywood’s output, but its say in the editing suite goes deeper than we think.
Monopoly’s inventor would have made herself go directly to jail if she had known that her game – made to diagnose the ills of capitalism – ended up doing exactly the opposite for its players.
Rádio Yandê uses technology, digital media and the global reach of the internet to combat stereotypes and misconceptions about Brazil’s native communities.
Qandeel Baloch’s challenging time in the limelight and her tribulations leading to an unfortunate death paint a damning picture of patriarchy.
Even when princesses lead, they speak less than their male counterparts, let emotion interfere with their rationality and have to choose between romantic domesticity and success in the public sphere.
Gogia’s magic shows combined comedy, comment and humorous patter with tricks, and incorporated dancers between sets.