What Does the Future Hold for The Indian Polity?

In 2010, series of scams took over Manmohan Singh government which began the political change (revolution?) that India has been looking for a long time. In the coming election of 2014, it gave rise to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and rejection of dynasty politics giving old-age practice of caste-system ridden in culture realm in Indian…

Thappad – A Must Watch for India

Thappad is a film not about domestic violence, but about male-entitlement and pretense in Indian marriages. The film is about an upper-middle class couple, Amrita and Vikram, who have a set way of life where they follow set gender roles. There life takes a huge turn when Vikram played by Pavail Gulati slaps Amrita played…

Lage Raho, Lage Raho Kejriwal – An Indian Leader Like No Other

It’s 11th February 2020, and India is looking for a new ray of hope as it’s politics is now darker then ever. A man from Delhi rose to power again, the streets of Delhi began to celebrate, you could see jubilation in India’s capital as the man who aims to bring revolutionary change in Indian…

The Honest Movie Review – Good Newz

Varun Batra and Deepti Batra are modern Indian couple living in Mumbai, who are trying to have a child. Deepti Batra, an entertainment journalist, is constantly being nagged by her in-laws for not having a child. On the other hand, Deepti’s husband played by Akshay Kumar loves his wife, but he does not wish to…

It’s 2020, And India Is In Search of A Panacea

Former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam wrote a book in the year 2000, called India 2020. His book was an in-depth analysis of his great vision of what India is and it should be by this year, and where he wishes to see our beloved country, and now the year 2020 has arrived. Are we…

Kabir Singh – Glorification of Toxic Men

Hooting, laughing and cheering – the audience reacts enthusiastically as Kabir Singh tries to force a woman to get physical with him. Honestly though, the crowd is only reacting to background sound which makes the entire scene appear ‘funny’. The director of the movie, Sandeep Reddy Vanga, in a recent interview, went on to justify…