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Pursuing Happiness with Ravi Patel

We interviewed the comedic actor to find out how entertainment became a Patel family affair.

The Fabulous and Boring Lives of Bollywood Wives

The reality show offers neither a salacious escape nor an anthropological window into people we care about.

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.

Music and Moonlight

In a culture where romance too often must be conducted in secrecy, the moon has come to symbolize the sole companion to love.

Kabul’s Lost Cinemas

The importance of preserving a movie theater, once a hub of Bollywood showings, goes far beyond just saving a building.

The Incredible Roar of 'The White Tiger'

Netflix's powerful and unflinching film lives up to its title — and Aravind Adiga's award-winning book.

The Best South Asian Films of 2020

In a year without theaters, films from the subcontinent and its diaspora still thrived.

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.


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