Today is the day to reminiscence about all the adventure stories you read during the early school years. Yes, today we celebrate Enid Blyton’s birth anniversary. A woman who changed story-telling for the younger generation in with her captivating plots and twists. Reading Enid Blyton was “cool” in school. Students walked out of the library(…)
She’s strong, spunky, super-confident and FAT – you can’t miss her even if you wanted to. Shuchi Singh Karla writes a special post for SheThePeople on what she faced. Fat girls are real and they are not even rare. Then how come nobody’s telling their stories? I’ve grown up reading romances, and believe me, I’ve(…)
Dream in Hindi, aspire in English? Namita Gokhale on power of language. As an author she reflects on how many Indians have a ‘thinking’ language and another one that they use as their medium. With her insights into linguistics, she shares her experiences and perception of how language impacts ideas.
Model-turned-actress Anu Aggarwal was every newspaper’s muse, a rage in the film world with her debut in Aashiqui (1990). She became an overnight star. Producers were betting on this dusky beauty, a break from their tradition of chasing fair skin actors. And so Anu had achieved more than a few milestones with one single movie.(…)