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Everything you need to know about Global Citizen, the non-profit organisation behind the star-studded event, and their plans for India.
If this doesn't get the band to come to India, nothing will.
If you have grown up in the 90s, you know there are some musicians and bands that were a part of your adolescent years. Michael Jackson, Kishore Kumar, Nirvana, Madonna, Bryan Adams, Coldplay and AR R...
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There has been some angst, both in the West and in India, about Coldplay's latest, and very beautiful, video. The video is being criticized by some for "cultural misappropriation." In this whole contr...
As Girdhariji deftly dipped samosas into the kadhai, I remembered: samosas originated in Central Asia! They weren't Indian at all. And yet, here sat Girdhariji, profiting off another culture without a care in the world! Here he was, shamelessly calling his shop "Girdhariji Ke Mashhoor Samosay", instead of "Girdhariji Ke Mashhoor Version of Persia Ke Samosay". In fact, he even distorted the samosa by selling it within a pao -- an idea that can only be Maharashtrian. What a shameless culture appropriator!
Two weeks ago, when Coldplay released their new video — 'Hymn for the Weekend' featuring Beyoncé — it became the subject of a heated debate. Was it cultural appreciation of India or cultural appropria...
What happens when you use footage of Queen Bey from a video and play a Madhuri Dixit song in the background? You get perfection. You may have hated or loved Coldplay's video 'Hymn for the Weekend', fe...
Twitter and other social media channels have degenerated into platforms for us to troll and criminalise almost everything that anyone does. So much so that an artist cannot infuse some culture from another country into their work without receiving dollops of flak.
Yes, we know you only just got over all the discu ions around Coldplay's latest video and, honestly, we are sorry for bringing this up again. If you logged on to any form of social media during the we...
So the universally loved band Coldplay is back with their new single, "Hymn for the Weekend" and it really did make my weekend. As then I started reading the criticism of it, mostly for cultural appropriation. However, while there are some clichés and problematic representations of women that I will get into, there is something to celebrate too.
What all can the combined hotne of Beyonce and Chris Martin make your forgive? Coldplay's new video, 'Hymn For The Weekend' seeks to demonstrate the same. For example, you may not be miffed by the...