Usri wants to be many things. A cat whisperer, a space traveller, a stand up comic, a serious poet, an award winning filmmaker, a professional thinker. As of now, writing is the only thing she can do tolerably well. She has previously worked as a culture writer at Tehelka magazine.
Can the idea of death help us accept life?
When our childhood heroes break our hearts
Surviving ‘negativity bias’ during the pandemic
Ageism in the time of Corona
Is queer love not ‘love’ enough?
Do we need to recharge our compassion batteries?
Our relationship with godmen is turning toxic
The curious case of the apolitical superstar
Killing me slowly
Kartik Aaryan and the rise of the misogynistic monologuer
Bollywood’s special gift of ageism to its women
No country for feisty women
An Age of Agenda
There are no bad stories, only bad writers
Emily Dickinson is the unlikely hero of our time
Haven’t met you yet…
Travelling inside the four walls of home