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Netflix debutante and Indian YouTuber Prajakta Koli on making people laugh, her first Bollywood film, and tackling social issues like online bullying

When Indian YouTuber Prajakta Koli created the popular comedy channel MostlySane, little did she know that Netflix and Bollywood fame beckoned.

26 Jan 2021 - 12:16PM

When Indian YouTuber Prajakta Koli created the popular comedy channel MostlySane, little did she know that Netflix and Bollywood fame beckoned.

Netflix debutante and Indian YouTuber Prajakta Koli on making people laugh, her first Bollywood film, and tackling social issues like online bullying
India’s No 1 YouTuber CarryMinati on roast videos, gaming and feeling like he had ‘nothing to lose’

Ajey Nagar, famous for his roast videos and other comedy content, has more than 28 million subscribers on his YouTube channel CarryMinati – and he’s only 21.

21 Jan 2021 - 4:56PM

Ajey Nagar, famous for his roast videos and other comedy content, has more than 28 million subscribers on his YouTube channel CarryMinati – and he’s only 21.

India’s No 1 YouTuber CarryMinati on roast videos, gaming and feeling like he had ‘nothing to lose’
Review | Why men rape, in their own words: sex offenders in India and what makes it such a dangerous place for women

Author Tara Kaushal speaks to nine Indian men who have committed acts of sexual violence and rape to provide valuable, if disturbing, insights into the psychology and culture of rape in the country.

15 Aug 2020 - 11:22AM

Author Tara Kaushal speaks to nine Indian men who have committed acts of sexual violence and rape to provide valuable, if disturbing, insights into the psychology and culture of rape in the country.

Why men rape, in their own words: sex offenders in India and what makes it  such a dangerous place for women
Indian author Andaleeb Wajid subtly dispels Muslim stereotypes and ‘otherisation’

Wajid’s book More Than Just Biryani started as a cookbook, then evolved into a novel. Her stories cover many boundaries and usually contain Muslim characters, but their religion is never the main focus.

10 Jun 2019 - 10:15AM

Wajid’s book More Than Just Biryani started as a cookbook, then evolved into a novel. Her stories cover many boundaries and usually contain Muslim characters, but their religion is never the main focus.

Indian author Andaleeb Wajid subtly dispels Muslim stereotypes and ‘otherisation’