Queer in the City follows Naina and her friends as they navigate through the treacherous terrain of dating as an person from the LGBTQIA community in the city of Kolkatta.
India in 2017 is rapidly modernising, and a tragic by-product is that traditional cultures, arts and crafts are dying out.
If Goa was a person, by 2017 it’s wearing MC Hammer pants, neon sunglasses, and shouting out, “It’s GOAH! Time.” It wasn’t always like that.
Gender-ventions, a series of public performances revolving around the notions of gender, identity and space, was born in 2014 out of its creator and co-director,
Queer in the City revolves around the experiences of Naina with love, sex, community and bigotry after returning to the city in which she grew up.
Instagram has emerged as a safe space for people to share their lives, and especially so for the Indian LGBTQI community who remain under the rule of the archaic Section 377,