Articles by Sneha Khale
May 17, 2018
Aggretsuko: You’re going to fall in love with Netflix’s adaptation of Sanrio’s death-metal loving red pandaAggretsuko, Netflix’s new-ish insightful animated series about the beloved Sanrio character is possibly the best show out this year
Apr 24, 2018
Avengers' Black Widow, Scarlet Witch to Black Panther's Shuri — a look at MCU's womenIn 2018, the male to female ratio in the Avengers: Infinity War movie isn’t quite that bad, though there's room for improvement. So here's a look at some of the best written (and acted) female characters of the MCU:
Apr 22, 2018
As The Walking Dead falters, iZombie, Santa Clarita Diet pick up the mantle of zombie TVSorry The Walking Dead, your “flawed humans just trying to survive” tripe just doesn’t cut it anymore.
Apr 21, 2018
Homeland, Silicon Valley, The Americans — and the looming Russian presence on television in 2018Russia is liberal television’s newest political enemy and their latest non-Trump punchline Homeland | The Americans | Silicon Valley
Mar 09, 2018
Jessica Jones returns for season 2 on Netflix: The complicated whiskey-swigging superhero(ine) is compellingIn Jessica Jones, Marvel finally has a female superhero that isn’t just Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow playing sidekick to the male Avengers.
Mar 03, 2018
Oscars' history of politics: From Brando’s no-show, Vietnam to #OscarsSoWhite and Time’s Up2018’s ceremony might just be the most political Oscars we’ve ever seen, with movements like #MeToo, #TimesUp, and #NeverAgain bringing really serious and important issues such as assault, abuse, and gun control to the center of our sociocultural conversation
Jan 23, 2018
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel: Why you should watch Amazon’s newest (and possibly, best) sitcomThe Marvelous Mrs Maisel — in all its exuberant spirit — tackles an interesting aspect of sexism that’s particularly poignant in the wake of #MeToo
Jan 11, 2018
From bloomers to Golden Globes red carpet, a brief look at the history of protest fashionFashion, and clothes in general, have had a longstanding relationship with protests and revolutions
Jan 10, 2018
Bhutan from the back of a Royal Enfield: Riding pillion through the mountain kingdomBhutan is the land of rosy-cheeked little kids, furry mountain dogs and steep valleys. Add a bike ride into the mix, and you have an unforgettable, breathtaking (quite literally) trip | #FirstCulture
Jan 08, 2018
Golden Globes 2018 highlights: Awards, speeches, black dresses, and Oprah Winfrey’s astonishing speechThe Golden Globes 2018 was Hollywood’s first big awards show, post the Harvey Weinstein reckoning and the #MeToo movement, and it was, as expected, a show alright.