Generations of migrants from different countries have contributed to the unique culture of cities like Hyderabad, and a nationwide NRC threatens their citizenship, branding them as “foreigners.”
Do the film choices of a popular hero like Vijay Deverakonda disrupt the misogyny and violence against women in contemporary Telugu cinema?
The eerie similarity between the film Delhi Safari and the felling of trees in Aarey forest raises pertinent questions about balancing anthropocentric development and environmental conservation.
Gaana music challenges the singular, homogenising narratives of Chennai city.
A reflection on a lifelong fraught relationship with food reveals the effect it can have on one’s sense of self.
Socially engaged art is inclusive, community-driven, and devoid of the traditional binaries associated with art.
Premature enthusiasm for foreign funding of projects in the North East must be replaced with caution to protect local interests.


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