Indiva band to pay musical tribute to Nirbhaya on her 2nd death anniversary
The all-female band will perform in the city tomorrow to celebrate the spirit of Womanhood
The death of Nirbhaya is what propelled these four talented women to come together and form a band. And so Vivienne Pocha (earth), Merlin D’souza (fire), Hamsika Iyer (air) and Shruti B Padhye (water) got together in December 2012 to form Indiva, to create their own brand of music. This all female band is not a feminist band as one might assume. Click here to read more
Uber Delhi rape case: After Karan Johar, Akshay Kumar condemns the shameful incident!
Khiladi Kumar expressed his anger on social media last night…
Two days ago, the nation woke up to another horrifying rape case news – a taxi driver in Delhi raped a 27-year-old woman. Shiv Kumar Yadav, who committed this heinous act, was later arrested from a village in Mathura. Click here to read more
Does Crime Patrol help or harm?
Crime shows besides spreading awareness may misguide viewers
Crime Patrol with grave efforts has been covering diverse topics ever since its inception. The crime saga has covered subjects like human trafficking, terrorism, child abuse, domestic violence and much more. While the effort to spread awareness is worth an applause, we believe the show can have negative effects as well. Click here to read more
Balika Vadhu : Was Anup Soni and Smita Bansal’s exit from the show planned?
Although the Balika Vadhu stars claim, that quitting the show together was a surprising coincidence, it seems like a planned stint to us. Nonetheless, it’s the end of the road for Bhairon and Sumitra Singh
Bhairon (Anup Soni) and Sumitra (Smita Bhansal), Anandi’s in-laws in Balika Vadhu have quit the show. Talking about Smita and his exit from the show together, Anup Soni said, “That’s a surprising coincidence. I keep telling her jokingly that I won’t work with her again as we won’t have anything new to offer to the viewers.” Click here to read more
Kill The Rapist? trailer: Brutal and disturbing!
Director-writer Sanjay Chhel’s new thriller talks about the rampant issue of rape in India, but takes a violent approach to the subject
In a country where a rape case is reported every 22 minutes, sexual abuse is a dark reality we all live with. In the light of the rape cases that have grabbed headlines in India recently, Sanjay Chhel’s new movie Kill The Rapist? gives a disturbing account of stalking, threatening, molestation and rape that a girl suffers at the hands of a thug. Click here to read more