so my mom just went out to some classy spot for dinner with friends
I’m at home on tumblr … in my pjs by 6 pm
yuppp definitely making the most of my twenties
"In my opinion, everybody has the same soul from God and we are united by that. Outside, our bodies are different, our faces are different, but inside we are all the same, we share the same feelings of sadness, love, pain… My music comes out of these feelings. Whether it is Japanese music, African, Qawalli, or any other form of music, if it touches your heart it becomes important for me. I want to go beyond the restrictions of language, religion and caste, and music is the only thing that allows me to do that." - A.R Rahman
Would you fangirl over anybody?
No. I play it real cool. Inside, I’m like “heeheehee” but on the outside, I’m like, “whassup, homie?”
but like why would u tell shitty offensive jokes when really cheesy puns are way funnier and they dont hurt anybody
Cheesy puns require skill. Offensive jokes don’t. Offensive jokes are easy because you just need to say what you actually think about oppressed people and call it a joke.
d a n g
MU by:Jawaad Ashraf
Outfit by:Sabayaschi Mukherjee
We face an enemy that is invisible even to me, and what use is a guardian such as that?
And what of my wrath?
Cinema gives you instant gratification. Success and failure in this industry teaches you everything quickly. I’ve learnt that being vengeful is going to serve no purpose. My motto in life is to ‘move on’!
This is what i expect of my husband.
If you don’t hug me and tell me its all gon’ be okay when i’m leaving my whole family for you then i’m sorry,
Why is this so cute omg
I swear every time I go to a wedding the guy NEVER comforts the girl.
one of the worst things about becoming educated on social issues is when people are like ‘you used to have a sense of humor’
no i used to have internalized prejudices which i’ve worked really hard to overcome and i realize now that your jokes are shitty
[What have you learned that you would like to share with South Asian women, as an ethnic woman in a position of power?]Everyone has power in her life. I just happen to be on television. For me, the greatest lesson I have learned comes from understanding the strength of my heritage. I come from a slew of cultures that constantly reinforce ambition, education and compassion. I come from a family that taught me that my uniqueness was my greatest asset in life. In an industry that has historically presented obstacles to ethnic women, more and more of us are being represented because we are different and I feel very fortunate to be a part of that.