No country for radicals; A freedom of contrasts, writes Raveena Tandon Thadani

Throughout school, most kids, at least I was one of them, were waiting to get out and get into a college; in a hurry to grow up, so as to speak. We all dreamed of college as a place of freedom – from uniforms (argh! those boring greys) andĀ from studies and discipline. Picnics and romances… Continue reading No country for radicals; A freedom of contrasts, writes Raveena Tandon Thadani

The Power Men of Bollywood, and how social media has evened the Scales!

So who decides what is the truth? In the 1990s this was so prevalent, a married actor would have a discreet affair with the young heroine he was working with and expected the girl to show no emotion or sign of involvement. And God forbid if in a weak moment she does show, all hell… Continue reading The Power Men of Bollywood, and how social media has evened the Scales!