1. India Today — December, 2013 India Today This cover featured celebrated author and gay rights activist Vikram Seth posing for a mugshot. It was an appeal against the controversial Section 377 of the IPC that criminalises gay sex. 2. OPEN Magazine — February, 2013 OPEN Magazine Bringing up both the 2002 Gujarat riots and dynasty politics, this cover was subject to hate from across the political spectrum. 3. Outlook — December, 2011 Outlook At a time when the online content regulation debate was at its peak, this cover made a not-so-subtle Hitler jibe at the then Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal. 4. OPEN — May, 2014 OPEN Magazine Using the title of a Nazi propaganda film to describe Narendra Modi's 2014 victory didn't sit well with a lot of people. 5. Outlook — March, 2015 Outlook This cover made a bold proclamation against Times Now editor-in-chief and news anchor Arnab Goswami. 6. Outlook — June, 2014 Outlook This Outlook Magazine cover wasn't particularly kind to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav after a spate of controversies from the state. 7. Himalaya Dhwani — January, 2015 Himalaya Dhwani A mouthpiece of Hindutva group Durga Vahini, this magazine cover photoshopped Kareena Kapoor in a niqab. The issue centered around the "Love Jihad" campaign and chose the Hindu actress as its face because of her marriage to Muslim Saif Ali Khan. 8. Femina — July, 2014 Femina Both celebrated and debated, this cover featured Huma Qureshi and a mannequin with the "perfect" figure. It sparked numerous conversations about society's standards for beauty and body image issues. 9. Outlook — July, 2012 Outlook A few weeks after TIME Magazine released a cover story dubbing Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh "The Underachiever", Outlook Magazine retaliated with a feature of their own. 10. OPEN — November, 2012 OPEN Magazine This cover wasn't particularly kind to either of its stars and picked on members of both parties. 11. OPEN — April, 2015 OPEN Magazine. Another Hitler reference, this OPEN cover highlighted Arvind Kejriwal's rise to the position of Delhi's chief minister.