If You Were The Main Character In These Popular Bollywood Love Triangles, Who Would You Have Picked?
Are you team Aman or team Rohit?
Hey Gen Z'ers! This one is really tough.
M.A.C or Maybelline?
It's Chips Ahoy! vs Parle-G.
*Sweats while trying to decide between a McAloo Tikki Burger and Shake Shake fries*
You Can Only Pick One Hindi Song Per Year From The Last 20 Years And Sorry, But It's Really Difficult
This is going to make one heck of a Bollywood playlist.
Do you love Pav Bhaji more than you love Butter Chicken?
To agree or not to agree, that is the question...
Let's sort out the eternal Agarwal/Agrawal/Agerwal dilemma.
It's exactly what you think it is.
It's going to be a tough choice.
Prepare yourself for a world of pain.
You're not the only one.
Earlier this week, I almost signed a petition asking to ban this show. But what kind of precedent does that set in a country where bans and censorship have become all-too-common, when disclaimers and certification changes could do as well? Read this summary to decide for yourself.
Let's find out together, homies.
WTF IMTIAZ. WTF SHAH RUKH. WTF BOLLYWOOD.
It's time to find out how many other people think Ross is the worst.
Under India's new GST rules, sindoor, bangles and bindis are tax-free... sanitary napkins are still not. JOY FOR MY WOMANHOOD.
Find out exactly how this country feels about aloo in biryani.
Dry Maggi or soupy Maggi?
All hail the king (or the queen).
She has asked a valid question.
Here's what the residents of Rajsamand, Rajasthan did.
If You Have No Idea How The Indian Internet May Change And Why Everyone's Flipping A Shit, Read This
Here's your cheat sheet on India's net neutrality debate and how it affects you.
And, of course, Indian fans are gleeful about it.
From cuss words in movies, to documentaries about rape – what's your verdict?
While your teams give it their all on the pitch, the least you can do is battle it out in an internet poll.
Tell us how you drop your deuces and find out where you fall. #TeamBumSpray
We are never, ever, everrrr getting baaack together ♫
S. Janardhan Goud claims that the issue amounts as a punishable offence under the "Prevention of Insults to National Honour" Act.