Kaling appears on the cover of June 2015 issue of InStyle. She talks about her romance with B.J. Novak.
My relationship with B.J. Novak is weird as hell. He is not my boyfriend, but he is not my best friend…I guess you could describe our relationship as a romantically charged camaraderie with loud arguments, but I don’t think Facebook would accept this as a new status.
Kaling and Messina win PEOPLE Magazine Award for tv couple of the year for The Mindy Project.
On-screen chemistry is a very mysterious thing
Kaling appears on the cover of the October 2014 issue of Flare magazine. She talks about wanting kids, the benefits of being single, and sexism in the television industry.
Of course I’m riddled with doubts like every other creative, neurotic person, but if you don’t display them all the time, you’re seen as overconfident. I’ve worked in television for 10 years straight. If I were a man, it wouldn’t be considered strange [to have confidence] at all.
Kailing discusses The Real Housewives on Watch What Happens: LIVE.
Kailing talk about being her fans’ BFF on Live with Kelly and Michael.
I love to have girlfriends.
Kaling and Letterman discuss nude photos on The Late Show with David Letterman.
I could not have made it easier.
Seacrest interviews Kaling during On Air With Ryan Seacrest and questions her about the return of her show The Mindy Project.
We’ve been off the air for two months, making our fans sort of wait, but luckily we have two back-to-back episodes and we start right off with the kiss and honestly these last eight episodes of the season are so full of secrets, sex, and lies I’ve been dying for the show to return.
Elle Magazine interviews Kaling about her TV series The Mindy Project.
Any person that’s been in the business knows they’re so lucky to have their show picked up it happens to such a small fraction of shows. But I was lucky personally, because I needed a distraction so badly from my grief.” Still, “my thoughts flutter toward her in scenes that I’m doing, every night before I go to bed, and every morning when I wake up.
The Guardian interviews Kaling about her biggest challenges in writing, directing and staring in her TV series The Mindy Project.
I feel I can go head-to-head with the best white, male comedy writers out there. My biggest challenge is being frequently underestimated. Underestimated for not actually being truly funny, not actually being the lead or the credible love interest. I get the sense that when you revel in something you make yourself vulnerable to attack or criticism. Sitting back in an overstuffed leather chair and saying ‘Life is great!’? That’s kind of gross. I just keep my head down.