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India’s 814 MILLION voters go to the polls in the granddaddy of elections, the largest democratic process ever. This sets the stage for epic drama with a cast of characters that will put any TV soap to shame.
The next time you find yourself thinking your country is really unsafe for women, just consult this handy guide of advice by the beloved politicians you voted into office.
The Beauty of ‘The Lunchbox’ Lies in Its Details | Film Review
Experimenting with the Mainstream: Indie Actor Arjun Mathur | Interview piece
Creative Activism | When Art Meets Immigration Reform
Undergraduate Honors senior thesis, presented at national conferences in the US.
A firsthand account of negotiating my Indian identity in a small-town American college.
My writings have also been cited in the following articles and publications:
World Wrap: The Foreign Press On The Indian Elections by Aparna Alluri, in THE FIVE FORTY FIVE
Religion, Race, and the Fourth Estate: Xenophobia in the Media Ten Years after 9/11 by Roslyn Satchel Augustine and Jonathan C. Augustine, in THE TENNESSEE JOURNAL OF RACE, GENDER, & SOCIAL JUSTICE
‘Shining Indians’: Diaspora and Exemplarity in Bollywood by Ingrid Therwath, in SOUTH ASIA MULTIDISCIPLINARY ACADEMIC JOURNAL
The Globalization of New Indian Cinema by Shoma Chatterji, in THE ALTERNATIVE