Not only were A-list designers conspicuous by their absence but the grand finale and its theme too were under wraps. The Etu Show, from the Jakarta Fashion Week, cancelled last minute and the other shows of the evening were delayed at least by an hour.
Cricket Fever Mumbai Indians review: Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians has humanised the Mumbai Indians, in a never-seen-before manner. We see them laughing, crying, dejected and being human through all this.
Period. End of Sentence delves deep into the world of stigma, shame and prejudice attached to menstruation and focuses on a group of women who make low-cost sanitary napkins in a small two-room workshop addressed colloquially as the ‘Unit’ by the villagers.
Watch One Day at a Time if you are struggling with the ‘talk’, that you are about to have with your kids, or if you are not able to deal with the constant hassling of your parents, as they constantly push you to be better.
The exhibit is a sort of a time capsule of architecture, beginning at least 20,000 years ago with the rock paintings of Nawarla Gabarnmang in Northern Territory, Australia, to the more modern Burj Khalifa, Dubai.
Four More Shots Please review: While it's great to see women owning their desires, complexities and flaws, Four More Shots Please! is barely reflective of the average Indian woman at large. The characters might be aspirational. Sure. But while being aspirational, why are they not held accountable for their actions and choices?