Imaan Sheikh is Culture Editor at The Juggernaut. She's based in Toronto, used to write for BuzzFeed India, and hails from Karachi.
In a culture where romance too often must be conducted in secrecy, the moon has come to symbolize the sole companion to love.
January 08, 2021
As pet ownership rates go up amid lockdowns, fuzzy friends are turning frowns upside down in even the most reluctant of Brown households.
December 22, 2020
What does recovery look like when not just your community, but even doctors don’t take you seriously?
December 07, 2020
Food in Brown homes can be a love language, a guilt trip, or even an apology. So what happens when eating becomes disordered in a culture so centered around food?
November 25, 2020
On his 55th birthday, we look at how King Khan romanced audiences for over three decades, and why they’re still smitten by his charm.
November 02, 2020
South Asia has a centuries-long history of making — and killing — its witches. For some women, the crime is independence and liberty. For others, mere existence on the margins.
October 27, 2020
The show wasn’t perfect, but access to credible news is a luxury and there shouldn’t be shame in learning from visual, jargon-free crash courses.
August 20, 2020
Almost all Bollywood hits (and flops) from our collective millennial childhood have propagated anti-woman messages.
November 05, 2019
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