So, I heard a rumor that after reading this, you’re going to think twice about spreading a rumor about me, my friends, or anyone else because you know it’s far from the truth and you know its not worth any of our time.
Historically, South Asian cultures embodied a very patriarchal society. Women hardly ever took the chance to voice an outstanding opinion about anything – including their own life. Unfortunately, this mindset has carried on and into the lives of our so proclaimed “modern day South Asians.”
Perhaps this post has a slight bias due to my personal investment in the Malayalam industry, but because of my bias; I can use it to my… Read more “The Dying Indian Film Industry”
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I’m sure by glancing at the title, several eyebrows have been risen and various preconceived judgments have been formed. For several days, I have been nagged about… Read more “Being Considered a “Disappointment””
As a day’s duty comes to an abrupt end, as the night envelopes the sky, when scenes come to a halt, and earthly noise becomes silent, all… Read more “Tears To The Corner of My Eyes”