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Women on the Cover: 2021

Powerful and trailblazing would be the perfect words to describe the women who graced our covers this year. Let’s check out the league of extraordinary women we featured in 2021

Rolling Stone India Dec 31, 2021
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FEBRUARY 2021

The Extraordinary Rise of Lisa Mishra

Photo: Kunal Gupta

On making her entry into Bollywood, and how she went from singing in her bedroom to playing for 30,000 people

MARCH 2021

The Many Triumphs of Selena Gomez

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Photograph: Courtesy of Selena Gomez

The pop icon on her first Spanish EP Revelación, honoring her heritage, and the bond she has with her fans

APRIL 2021

Dua Lipa | Dancing in the Dark

DUA LIPA

How Dua Lipa ignored the trends, turned herself into a “female alpha,” and delivered the modern disco classic we didn’t know we needed

MAY 2021

Social Media 2.0 | The Big Explosion in Short Videos

Actor Parvati Nair
Actor Parvati Nair Photo: Courtesy of Josh CreatorThon

Badshah mentors a new league of digital creators at leading app Josh’s CreatorThon in the Maldives. A select number of young influencers and creators joined the pop artist. In the spotlight were a bunch of talented creators including actor and dancer Kajal Tiwari, model and actor Neikitha, actor Parvati Nair, actor and theatre artist Vidya Virsh, and fashion and travel influencer Shivani Dhyani

JULY 2021

Billie Eilish and the Pursuit of Happiness

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Photo: Yana Yatsuk for Rolling Stone

The pop superstar’s new album is a stunner. But the road to success isn’t always smooth
AUGUST 2021

Back to the Roots

DIGITAL COVER

Navz Fortyseven
Photo: Gajan Balan


Tamil-Canadian artist Navz Fortyseven appeared on our August 2021 digital cover. In her latest album ‘Fresh Off The Boat’ via Maajja, the singer-rapper surges ahead with stories of unwavering determination and celebrating one’s identity.

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NOVEMBER 2021

The Art of Being CL

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Photograph: gowontae for Rolling Stone India

How K-pop’s Baddest Female reclaimed her throne

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