The 130-year-old history of Vogue is not just a study in brand-building but also an overview of issues that have plagued Western society in this period – from war widows to consumerism, racism and sexism.
Aparna Shewakramani’s character in ‘Indian Matchmaking’ was presented as too strong-headed for a potential Indian bride. But that’s the same reason she now has legions of fans. She talks to us about the show and her new memoir ‘She’s Unlikeable’.
This excerpt from the new book ‘Hope Behind Bars’ takes us into the personal spaces of women incarcerated in jails in India, cut off from basic human dignities and bereft of support from the outside world.