Let me eat my cake!

“…Birthdays, for me personally, have a weird way of elevating different emotions. Where there is the excitement and buzz of celebration and merriment, the silent reminder of the not-so-slow ageing process can just as equally dampen that joy...”

Read the full article on the perils of hitting 30+ in the award winning The Asian Today – Let me eat my cake

Originally published here

Mirror Mirror on the Wall

“..Born into a culture that prides itself on unity and togetherness, what has created this thread of apprehension and shame that pulls her away from reaching for that hand to seek comfort in.”

Read the full blog here in USA’s Brown Girl Magazine here

Originally published here

 

Sejal In Conversation with Channel 4 First Date’s Mitz Patel for Asiana.TV

In an Asiana.TV exclusive, Sejal Sehmi in association with Screen 11 production speaks to Channel 4 First Date’s most talked about singleton, Mitz Patel. In his first video interview since the show, we find out from the singleton and his family, who is the real Mitz Patel? 

Published for Asiana Magazine see more here 

The Asian Silence

“..At a time, where the UK has seen a huge growth in charities and refuges specifically for women of ethnic minorities, the fear of raising a voice suppresses even those who are aware of their options because their cultural base has already set the foundation of inequality..”

Article now published in The Asian Today

Originally published here

BBC Asian Network Noreen Khan’s Fabulous Women

Extremely privileged to have been part of Noreen Khan‘s Fabulous Women panel on BBC Asian Network on Wednesday 1 April with British Thai Kickboxing champion Ruqsana Begum and financial journalist Kalpana Fitzpatrick Listen to the interview here  

 

The Age of Her

.”..as Asian women, at which point does our age become the barrier against individualism?..” 

Tackling the age stereotypes, read the latest feature, The Age of Her, in The Asian Today.

Originally published here

 

 

Hey Bhagwan! It’s Mother’s Day!

“….Where the male characters of Mahabharat may be remembered for fighting battles, it is the women who often took control and decisions to drive events within their favour…”  What role do women in mythology play in our lives?

Article now featured in The Asian Today..

Originally published here.

Shh!! Keep it clean, we’re desis..!

“.Sexual innuendos and suggestive lyrics in many of today’s Indian film songs may be a growing trend, however there is still an air of discomfort in British Asian families around the dreaded “S” word, as the struggle to downstream morals and maintain an open parent-child relationship continues even today…” Are British Asians talking about relationships openly? Read the full article in Asiana here

Originally published here

The Word

 “…Many say that the pen is mightier than the sword, I believe that the pen is almost wiser than the tongue…” Read my latest blog, The Word, here

 

 

London Desi Girl in the City

“…this endless energy of celebration draws you into its web of how wonderful life is…”

Read about the London Desi Girl in NYC here