Shweta Tripathi Making Heads Turn
The actor talks about her upcoming film, G Kesh, maintaining a balance between web shows and films, and box office numbers
Reach For The Sky(Walk)
The Kandivali skywalk in Mumbai has turned into a make-shift classroom with teacher Haimanti Sen imparting various skills to underprivileged children. Nikshubha Garg finds out why it’s special
A Walk Down The Aisle
The Prince Jewellery Femina Wedding Show 20 by RMKV Wedding Silks, was a star-studded and l affair. Neeti Jaychander takes you through it.
A True Delight
Go back to the basics for healthy skincare habits
An Offline Love Story
Online dating and hook-ups may be the current rage, but a fair number of women continue to prefer meeting their partner offline, finds Anindita Ghosh
Vidya Balan - The Eternal Optimist
If one had to talk about actors who refuse to succumb to stereotypes, vidya balan would be the first to come to mind. In her 14-year career, she has proved her mettle multiple times, and has become a force to reckon with. Nikshubha garg talks to her about films, marriage, changing dynamics of the business, and more.
Rhythm Of Love
Is the perfect playlist directly proportional to boosting your sex life? Neeti Jaychander finds out
Dr Priya Selvaraj, one of the country’s ace doctors, has created a breakthrough in medicine with delivering the country’s first baby to a uterine cancer survivor. Neeti Jaychander speaks to the multi-faceted achiever
Curbing Cancer, One Door At A Time
Priyanjali Datta has vowed to make India cancer-free, and has started by visiting villages and examining women for breast cancer. She talks to Nikshubha Garg about the cause that’s close to her heart
Make Out Or Workout?
Can you simply work up a sweat in the bedroom and ditch the gym? Hemchhaya De finds out if sex counts as an exercise
Make The Most Of Your Vacation In Istanbul
Home to stunning architecture, rich culture, and delicious food, there’s never a dull moment in Istanbul. Here’s how you can make the most of your vacation in this beautiful city
Holistic Healing With Essential Oils
Go ahead and assemble your own natural first-aid kit with a little help from pure essential oils, says Chirag Mohanty Samal
Pankaj Tripathi - Making A Mark
The senior actor talks about his upcoming film, ’83, being part of important stories, and why Indian stars are gaining mileage in Hollywood
At 44, she has climbed six mountain peaks in six continents, and is raring to go for the seventh. Mountaineer Aparna Kumar talks to Nikshubha Garg about her South Pole expedition
Happily Ever After
Some couples sure offer some major #RelationshipGoals. From celebrities to college sweethearts, Kriti Saraswat-Satpathy finds out how they make it work
Fashion's Green Revolution
Chennai-based designer Neesha Amrish brings ethical consciousness, sustainable living, and guilt-free fabric to the forefront with her fashion label Aeshaane, says Neeti Jaychander
A Crusader For Education
She knows that teachers are the key to a good educational blueprint. Known for her reforms in the government school system, Atishi chalks out the roadmap ahead in her conversation with Anindita Ghosh
Me, The Change
Women in India are voting now more than ever. In fact, today in most states, the female voter turnout is surpassing that of men. Evidently then, we are a politically conscious lot. But how do we vote and what do we want from the people we vote for? Femina has the answers. In a survey of select female millennial voters, from different metros, women reveal their preference for electronic voting machines, an online voting system, and candidates without a criminal history. We also get five women to speak about their concerns and how they’d like the next government to tackle them.
Dia Mirza - Feminist And Proud
Actor Dia Mirza talks to Anushree Kandalkar about turning producer, her favourite film, dream role, and the topic closest to her heart —the environment
Places That Are Least Suited For Sex!
We are all for kinky experimentation but there are certain zones that you should not venture into. Femina takes you through the places that are least suited for sex
How Couples' Counselling Can Help You Break Ground With Your Partner
Partners at loggerheads with each other often find it difficult to realise that professional help is needed. Anushree Kandalkar asks experts to break notions surrounding couples’ counselling
You can now lose love handles and tummy bulges simply by freezing your fat. Sanjana Salunkhe gives you the lowdown on the popular fat-loss technique
Style, Glamour, Action!
It was a starry evening at Cheryl’s Femina Stylista West, powered by SkinCity India, in association with Sheetal Creations
Jacqueline Fernandez - Little Miss Sunshine
Navigating through bollywood is no mean feat, more so, if you don't have a filmi background. However, Jacqueline Fernandez is proof that perseverance goes a long way. She chats with Nikshubha Garg about finding her feet, turning entrepreneur, and the secret behind her cheerful personality
Is Marriage Not For You?
Have you ever wondered if the age-old cultural construct of marriage is really for you? If you believe it isn’t, then don’t rush into making that decision.
3 Ways To Fight The Mid-Career Blues
The fear of staying still, or worse, being left behind, haunts many a mid-careerist. Anuja Premika offers antidotes
Say 'Yes' To Sex. Period
From being considered unsanitary and ‘not an option’, period sex has come a long way to being adventurous. Anushree Kandalkar finds out why the benefits of the act outnumber the perceived disadvantages
You Are Born To Be Happy
In an honest conversation, filmmaker Tahira Kashyap speaks to Anushree Kandalkar on what led her to filmmaking, her cancer journey, and why self-love is the supreme form of love
We Are Powerful Beyond Measure
Para-badminton player Manasi Joshi is a fighter. She talks to Nikita Sawant about the game that helped her get back on her feet, push boundaries, and live her best life
Stay In The Fight
Iranian journalist and author Masih Alinejad’s fight is far from won, but is on the right track. The activist, who is spearheading the campaign against the compulsory wearing of the hijab, talks to Nikita Sawant about why she stopped wearing a hijab, her brand of activism, and her memoir