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Her aspirations aren’t dependent on the number of candles she blows.
In a quick chat, actress Deepika Padukone talks about gender equality, equal pay issues in B-Town, her success, her desire to do an action film and her love for parents.
She is vociferously independent, critically selective and brutally honest about being in the film industry. Sandhya Mridul, who acts in(…)
Model-turned-actress Anu Aggarwal was every newspaper’s muse, a rage in the film world with her debut in Aashiqui (1990). She(…)
You have just got to be good…really good to succeed says award winning designer Falguni Peacock. She and her husband(…)
One of India’s few successful female producers, Shrishti Arya took up television at a time few were willing to experiment. She makes bold programs and goes with her gut feel.
Why do you have to be a man-hater, or be lesbian or dress a certain way to be called a Feminist?
How hard it is to be original and authentic in our cookie cutter mindset and space?
People are hungry for life, they want to see real stories and I think that’s where I contributed – A sharp interview with the Queen of movies
Anupama Chopra is among the most credible cinema writers and critics in the world. She understands and observes the(…)
Glamourous world of television often forces women to compromise for less in the hope of ‘opportunities.’ But Mini Mathur would take none of that.
Shruti Seth is among the rare breed of actors who speak their mind, stick to their stand and seek to be change agents.