Rapper 100RBH talks about the power of unity for reform in our society.


Jashvitha Dhagey

In which Manya Sinha watches coming-of-age cinema and sees themselves in small moments of truth. 

Manya Sinha

Shristi Kapoor visits Avni Sethi’s Conflictorium in Ahmedabad, a museum that is meant to remind us of who we can be… 

Shristi Kapoor

In 2007, SCM alum Paromita Vohra made a documentary film called Morality TV aur Loving Jehad: Ek Manohar Kahani. Today she heads up Agents of Ishq, a project to start public conversations about sexual matters —which have always been considered personal and private and somewhat unimportant.

Tanvi Dalvi

Contrary to public opinion, theatre isn’t what happens when actors strut and fret their hour upon the stage; it is what happens when the audience reacts to what is happening.

Harshita Sethia

Does cinema reflect society or transform it into an image envisioned by a few? Akash Panday looks for Dalits in Bollywood.

Akash Pandey

Why do men seem so uncertain about make-up?

Taran Warner

The Korean craze has reached Indian shores. This piece surfs the depth of it.

Aastha Gupta

From playing Olivia in Atul Kumar’s Piya Behrupiya, an award-winning musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night to recording duets with her Nani Ma amidst the lockdown, singer-actor Mansi Multani is a multifaceted artiste. She talks about her journey spanning  10 years and over 600 shows.

Simran Chandnani

Bollywood goes to small-town India but stays with the upper castes and classes

Gunjan Sharma

A book, a memoir, a tribute. Unfolding of the life of an artist, who believed in change, who was a driving force of change. The book has been written by Sudhanva Deshpande, after 30 years of Safdar Hashmi’s murder.

Harshita Sethia

Shuggie Bain may be a bitter pill to swallow but it leaves a sweet after-taste that makes you want to go back for more. It is a novel about addiction, poverty, and loss but it is also about love, compassion, and kindness

Trishala Sabnis

Death threats, letters written in blood, fans who want to kidnap them…

and that’s what happens to the lucky few who make it big in K-pop

Rivika Khanna