The film in based on Sarat Chandra Chattopadhayay’s classic
The actress was in town to promote her upcoming film Zara Hatke Zara Bachke
The musician made some hilarious observations about her mom’s preoccupation with her marriage
One dish on the Sunday spread sorted
This book explores how the West is depicted in popular culture, and its racist implications
Hollering to all fans of the Y2k aesthetic — this Nairobi co-ord set is the stuff of dreams. The swirly print of the fit in colours of blue, brown and green on the one hand and blue, cream and red on the other, creates the perfect blend. The bralette has a cute knotted pattern in the front with a cheeky cut-out making it a fun piece to sport. The wide-legged pants carry the easy-breezy memo of the look. The best part of the outfit is the matching bandana which adds the #bohemian vibe to the fit. Wear layered chain necklaces, chunky rings and coloured flip-flops to complete the look!
— Aatreyee Mohanta