Book Review: Breasts and Eggs by Mieko Kawakami

First published on The Local Stew. Before I read the book, I read the New York Times feature, ‘Mieko Kawakami Cracks the Code of Being a Woman in Japan’: “Kawakami said she would be pleased if her novels provided solace that readers ultimately outgrow. ‘Maybe I will be happy if they look back from theContinue reading “Book Review: Breasts and Eggs by Mieko Kawakami”

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‘Masaba Masaba’ With It’s Laundry List Of Cameos And Uncomfortable Acting, Seems To Fit Perfectly With Netflix’s Current Rebranding

First published on Gaysi Family. ‘Masaba Masaba’ is a semi-fictionalised docuseries based on mother-daughter duo, Neena and Masaba Gupta. The series is set 10 years into Masaba establishing her own fashion label ‘House of Masaba’, and navigates us through the label’s creative journey of putting up a new collection with a tight deadline. On theContinue reading “‘Masaba Masaba’ With It’s Laundry List Of Cameos And Uncomfortable Acting, Seems To Fit Perfectly With Netflix’s Current Rebranding”