Comedy Writing, Media & Film

How To Make A Great Hindi Movie

Bollywood likes to try new stories every once in a while, but I do believe that there's a classic recipe amongst brown people for a box office win. While I can't give you all the ingredients, the essentials are no secret: Ultimately it has to be about family relations. Someone has to get married. Someone… Continue reading How To Make A Great Hindi Movie

Featured People, History Piece, Makeup Beauty, Media & Film

Reita to Manushi: A Recap of India’s Most Renowned International Pageant Winners

The Miss World pageant started in 1951, and has since been surprisingly less unbiased in their candidate selection and winners than you’d think, what with the history of the world and all. In its fourth year running, Egyptian born Antigone Constanda was crowned queen, and if you ask me, that’s a pretty progressive choice for… Continue reading Reita to Manushi: A Recap of India’s Most Renowned International Pageant Winners

Culture Throwbacks, Media & Film

Six Bollywood Dances Every Basic Brown Girl Can Do

It's hard out there for a brown girl. We're raised watching the films of these beautiful Bollywood heroines, so effortlessly glam, and we dream of the day we'll be able to look like them, sing and dance like them too! But a lot happens between childhood dreams and adult realities. You hit a few bumps… Continue reading Six Bollywood Dances Every Basic Brown Girl Can Do

Featured People

Sweet as Sherbet – An interview with Safiyyah Sujee.

At 25, she's a qualified chartered accountant, content creator, media personality and one of the funniest brown girls around today - with a drive to create that never says no. She won the Woman of Wonder award this year and has even performed stand up for Accidental Muslims! If you type in "Safiyyah" into your… Continue reading Sweet as Sherbet – An interview with Safiyyah Sujee.