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Home Review

Home Review: An Emotional Journey Helmed By An In-Form Cast

Home Review: 3.5/5 Rojin Thomas’s Home is a simple tale, but it tugs your heartstrings from the moment you...
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If NRI Nostalgia Had A Taste, This Is What It Would Be Like

If there is one experience all NRIs can collectively relate to, it is the feeling of longing for home. Growing up in...
Books You'll Enjoy If You Loved Watching These Films

Books You’ll Enjoy If You Loved Watching These Films

Story hangovers are a thing! You often find that you've mentally immigrated to a fictional world until further notice after watching a...
Malik Movie Review

Malik Movie Review: Becoming the Voice of the Marginalised

Malik Movie Review: 3.5/5 Mahesh Narayan’s Malik is a difficult watch, but a very honest one. It leaves you...
Sara's movie review PinkLungi

Sara’s Review: A Celebration Of Modern Love, Agency & Female Identity

Jude Anthany Joseph’s Sara’s poses a single question to the audience from the very beginning: Are women mediums of reproduction in the...
Cold Case Movie Review

Cold Case Review: Mollywood Should Put Thrillers On Hold

Advertised as an ambitious mix of horror and investigative thriller, Balak’s Cold Case approaches a murder investigation from two parallel narratives. Representing...
BMI chart

A Love Letter To My BMI Chart

The first time I saw a BMI chart, I was dressed in a fitted white shirt with our school emblem on my...
Sexist remarks heard by Malayali women

Things Women Hear Constantly in A Keralite Household

I had chanced upon the trailer of a film called 2 Penkuttikal on YouTube while mindlessly scrolling through the app. The first...
Period campaigns

Inclusive Menstruation Campaigns That Made Headlines

Another Menstrual Hygiene Day passed by with many conversations about periods. It is only fitting to look at a few menstruation campaigns...
A Flâneur POV: Can Cities Be Made Gender-Neutral?

A Flâneur POV: Can Cities Be Made Gender-Neutral?

The most fashionable figure of the late nineteenth and the early twentieth century is that of a ‘flâneur’. First named and introduced...