• Remembering 'Kaka': 5 reasons he was Bollywood's original superstar
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    Navneet Mundhra

    Remembering 'Kaka': 5 reasons he was Bollywood's original superstar

    In 1969, 'Aradhna' and 'Do Raaste' released within 3 months of each other. Both went on to be blockbusters and were the two biggest grossers of the year. The connecting link between the two was Rajesh Khanna, the leading man.

  • 'Make Love Not Scars' says UNESCO award winner Ria Sharma
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    Chaitra Anand

    'Make Love Not Scars' says UNESCO award winner Ria Sharma

    Few brave-hearts exist who venture out to explore the grim world of acid attack victims. One such warrior is UNESCO Leadership Award winner Ria Sharma. She is the founder of Make Love Not Scars (MLNS), an organisation that actively supports survivors of acid attacks physically and mentally, and campaigns to raise awareness on the issue. Ria is also the author of the book by the same name ‘Make Love Not Scars’, which is a sincere attempt at summing up her own uphill journey into the world of acid attack victims and also platform to unveil the spine-chilling stories of victims for the world to know and acknowledge.

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    Gayatri Vinayak

    Celebrities who have been accused of cultural appropriation

    Shah Rukh Khan recently came under fire for a photograph that his wife Gauri Khan had posted where the superstar is seen, along with their son AbRam, wearing Native American war bonnets. Khan was accused of cultural appropriation, and a Twitter user reminded Khan that since the feathers on the headgear needed to be earned as per Native American cultural, Khan should not be wearing them.