You have no excuse now.
"He has been repeatedly doing this, using his power as MLA to make statements that affect the mental well-being of victims... Our first need was to help him shut up."
"Initially, I ignored it. But, I couldn't stand the shit that was written in the ad."
It's exactly what you think it is.
"Jab pyaar kiya toh darna kya?"
With consent and in private, of course.
"Dissent is important for our democracy to function and to hold our Government accountable. I intend to do exactly that. Put me on your list #MeTooUrbanNaxal"
What started as a protest for better road safety has evolved into a nationwide movement against government corruption in Bangladesh.
Someone shake some sense into Bollywood, please.
From celebs being gifted cars to cringe-y parodies, it was all here.
Please stop, Karan.
It all started at a Met Gala red carpet last year...
You have no excuse but to grab these now before Prime Day ends.
"It's important for everyone, not just children, to see positive depictions of people like themselves."
Bangkok doesn't know what hit them.
Crushing gender norms should be a prescribed family activity.
Oh yeah, and Karan Johar also monopolised the time, and spoke for 10 minutes of a 26 minute interview.
And they all seem to have made the same grammatical errors as well.
You all are going to break hearts.
"No one asks Anurag Kashyap why his characters swear so much."