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Snigdha Sur

Snigdha is founder & CEO of The Juggernaut. She grew up a voracious reader and likes having a pen on her at all times.

One Year On, Justice Eludes Fahim Saleh

On July 13, 2020, the Bangladeshi American tech entrepreneur was murdered in his NYC apartment. Over a year later, his family is still seeking justice.

Snigdha Sur

July 26, 2021

“Femininity with a Bite”: Why Prabal Gurung Gets Political

The Nepali American fashion designer sat down to chat about dressing everyone from Kamala Harris to Deepika Padukone, why strong women inspire him, and the enduring fashion of 'Rangeela.'

Snigdha Sur

June 02, 2021

“Be Careful”: WhatsApp Forwards Spread Fear and Misinformation

Messages intended to increase awareness of potential COVID transmission among South Asian Americans, but the impact has been more alarming.

Snigdha Sur

May 06, 2021

Why Bollywood Loved — and Lost — Fawad Khan

This year marks almost five years since fans have seen the iconic Pakistani actor in Hindi cinema.

Snigdha Sur

March 24, 2021

Talking Shop with Ankiti Bose

The co-founder and CEO of Zilingo talks about her startup, sustainable supply chains, and of course, Sabyasachi.

Snigdha Sur

March 23, 2021

The Oscar-Shortlisted "Bittu" More Than Delivers

A series of interlinked unfortunate events, rather than any malintent, leads to the tightly-woven short film’s ultimate climax and tragedy.

Snigdha Sur

March 12, 2021

How Riz Ahmed Stretches Culture

Fifteen years in, the multi-hyphenate actor and musician consistently produces the deep cuts when it comes to Brown culture and history — and, now, he’s creating for himself.

Snigdha Sur

January 25, 2021

Hrishikesh Hirway, a Masterclass in the Interview

We interviewed the interviewer, asking the brains behind “Song Exploder,” “Home Cooking,” and “The West Wing Weekly” what makes him so good.

Snigdha Sur

January 12, 2021

The Love and Irreverence of Mira Nair

The director — whose films have launched careers, won international awards, and dazzled audiences with their earthy sensuality — looks back on four decades of “riling people up.”

Snigdha Sur

November 16, 2020

Why We Love Sarita Choudhury

Nearly 30 years after her sizzling debut in “Mississippi Masala,” Choudhury plays the role of a mother in the latest Blumhouse horror flick with sensuality and aplomb.

Snigdha Sur

October 16, 2020

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