The Friday List: From a workshop on picking locks to Raghava Lawrence's horror comedy Laxmii, your weekly calendar of virtual events
Every Friday, we'll bring you a curated list of online experiences — performances, talks, tours, screenings — to mark on your weekly calendar.
Sumukhi Suresh on Pushpavalli season 2, comparisons to Fleabag and subverting Indian female narratives
Sumukhi Suresh opens up about Pushpavalli season 2 and what it took her team to create the web gem
Relatively Relatable review: Naveen Richard's Amazon Prime special is a sweet reminder of simpler days of innocence, empathy
Through Relatively Relatable, Naveen Richard charts a nostalgic journey, mostly because he draws magical gems from his collection which all 90s kids would immediately resonate with
Pushpavalli season 2 review: Sumukhi Suresh makes the journey of her messy character sumptuously unapologetic
Pushpavalli is not the 'perfect portrayal of an imperfect character.' The show takes as much joy in wallowing in the guilty pleasures of its portagonist.
Why Sumukhi Suresh can't help but leave a bit (or a lot) of herself in her fiction show and stand-up special
Comic Sumukhi Suresh discusses presenting a rare female 'stalker' in her Amazon Prime Original Pushpavalli, and why she refrains from big-girl jokes now.
Go Straight, Take Left is currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video
Comicstaan was hosted by Abhish Mathew and Sumukhi Suresh and judged by Biswa Kalyan Rath, Kanan Gill, Tanmay Bhat, Kenny Sebastian, Sapan Verma, Naveen Richard and Kaneez Surka
Uncomplicated, relatable and honest is how one would describe Kenny Sebastian's material and Die Trying, his new Amazon show, is just that
Pushpavalli, Sumukhi Suresh's latest web series might have familiar tropes but it is a show which you will not be able to turn your heads away from