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Lakshmi Gandhi

Lakshmi Gandhi is a writer and editor based in New York City. A graduate of the Newmark School of Journalism, her work has appeared in NBC Asian America, Broadly, HelloGiggles and Tricycle: The Buddhist Review.

Finally: Hamza Haq, a Brown Doctor in a Lead Role

The Pakistani Canadian actor tells us what it’s like to star in medical drama "Transplant," NBC’s sleeper hit.

Lakshmi Gandhi

December 11, 2020

A Chat with Ishaan Khatter of "A Suitable Boy"

The Bollywood actor talks about his experience working on the timely tale of forbidden love.

Lakshmi Gandhi

December 04, 2020

Geraldine Viswanathan is Ready for Her Closeup

The actor — who has won acclaim for her roles in “Hala” and “Blockers” — takes on her first romantic comedy in "The Broken Hearts Gallery."

Lakshmi Gandhi

October 09, 2020

Utkarsh Ambudkar is Thriving

For the actor and rapper — who first rose to fame for his role in Pitch Perfect — 2020 is his year.

Lakshmi Gandhi

September 14, 2020

Thirty Years On: How Sakhi Builds Safe Spaces for Women

The NY-based organization aids survivors of domestic violence and never closes a case — women can always return for support.

Lakshmi Gandhi

April 29, 2019

How We Get the Job Done: Natasha Deen

The young adult author is shining a light on what it’s like to grow up in the Guyanese diaspora.

Lakshmi Gandhi

April 09, 2019

Does Lilly Singh's Move to Late Night Matter?

All eyes are on the famous YouTuber as she prepares to become the first woman of color to host a network late night show in years.

Lakshmi Gandhi

March 29, 2019

How We Get The Job Done: Samira Ahmed

Samira Ahmed, a young adult novelist, has created one of the buzziest books of 2019.

Lakshmi Gandhi

March 20, 2019


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