Even selfies with Prime Minister Narendra Modi are no longer a shield for Bollywood stars and filmmakers.
Whatever Yogi Adityanath’s masterstroke is, the central principle appears to be public shaming—it can unleash dangerous social vigilantism.
Indians today should ditch the books that Sharjeel Imam, Akhil Gogoi, Umar Khalid and Kanhaiya Kumar read and stick to Chetan Bhagat.
Will the war against Bollywood’s alleged drug problem end in the beeping out of all mentions of intoxicants from hit songs like ‘Pehla Nasha’ or ‘Dope Shope’?
AAP MP Sanjay Singh was involved in a survey conducted by the party in which 63% participants said the Yogi Adityanath government was ‘casteist’.
Except for a vague post on Facebook — Kanhaiya Kumar has been quiet on his former JNU ally and Tihar Jail comrade Umar Khalid’s arrest in the Delhi riots case.
Women are killed because people label them as chudails. But Indians didn’t see the problem when Farhan Akhtar shouted ‘chudail alert’ in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.
English is as desi as any Indian language. Maligning English speakers won’t solve India’s problems, no?
It will be a treat to have the most powerful man in Bollywood do your household chores. As long as Amitabh Bachchan doesn’t make Alexa spout superstitious mumbo-jumbos.
Behind the campaign to get ‘justice’ for Sushant Singh Rajput is a troll army that has replaced middle-class Indians who were grieving the loss of a young Bollywood actor.