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My all-time favorite muse is Rekha: Rohit Verma

Share this on WhatsAppThe Indian fashion industry has developed a remarkable presence in the international market. Lately, it is being seen both as a grand and persuasive stage for the worldwide fashion industry. The time isn’t far when Indian cities will rub shoulders with fashion hubs like Paris, Milan, New …

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Rajat and I shares ‘symbiotic relationship’

Share this on WhatsAppEach frame in his movie has its own identity and is a visual delight. He has been Director of Photography for films like Aakhon Dekhi, Mithya, Fatso, an IMAX movie ‘Journey to Mecca,’ et al. In an exclusive conversation, Director of Photography, Rafey Mehmood speaks out his …

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Fiction Nurtures the soul; Non-Fiction, the mind

Share this on WhatsAppZafar Anjum is a Singapore based tech journalist, author, filmmaker. He is founder editor of an online journal – Kitaab – that proudly promotes Asian Writers. Anjum talks about Kitaab and benefits of reading fiction and non-fiction books with Asma Rafat. Which authors have inspired you to …

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Market of Medical Tourism in India

Share this on WhatsAppMedical tourism is an emerging sector in India. The costs of medical treatment in the developed countries are way higher than India; with the United States leading the way. Two factors are responsible for such a situation – (a) the availability of very high-quality facilities, availability of …

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Danny Boyle is like a film school: Anuradha Singh

Share this on WhatsAppKnown for editing International films like Slumdog Millionaire, The Hundred-Foot Journey, Million Dollar Arm, and India’s Daughter, Anuradha Singh is India’s only female film editor working in Hollywood. For her, the journey was fortuitous and getting recognition in Hollywood is a blessing. During a candid conversation with …

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7 Indian Wedding Themes That Are Going To Rock This Year

Share this on WhatsAppVibrant colors, dazzling clothes, energetic dancing, foot tapping music and a mix of other elements describes Indian wedding. Each couple-to-be wishes to have a remarkable wedding; one that is not quite the same as all the others. An extraordinary marriage is the one that mirrors the one …

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Trading + Inexpensive Alcohol = TBSE

Share this on WhatsAppMumbai. It is India’s nightlife capital, folks! There is an endless array of choices to look over at this place and believe me; the list is long. You might be a big name or a simple dreamer, an achiever or a struggler, the nightlife of Mumbai will …

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Mohsina Mirza: a motivational force

Share this on WhatsAppShe is a woman with high ambitions of a noble cause. She is a teacher by profession but a drone pilot at heart. She holds a masters degree in innovation and management from the UK and has been showcasing her work in various coffee table books. She …

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Michelle Obama on Girl’s Education

Share this on WhatsApp“I want every girl on this planet to have the same kind of opportunities that I’ve had, and that my daughters having, to realize their potential and follow their dreams.” On International Women’s Day, Michelle Obama shared her life experience and emphasized on girl’s education. Obama and …

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Wise Words of Piyush Mishra

Share this on WhatsAppPiyush Mishra is much more than an actor. He is a lyricist, poet, singer, dialogue writer and a man with profound words that renders meaning to life. His interviews regularly portray him as ‘a loner,’ ‘a man who doesn’t effortlessly mince words,’ somebody who’s ‘brutally honest,’ which …

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A fangirl’s tribute to ‘Sridevi’

Share this on WhatsApp'Sridevi: an actor par excellence' A fangirl's tribute to a superstar Her movies always endorsed strong woman characters from which inspiration could be drawn. Her characters were progressive and unconventional yet socially grounded. Sridevi was a phenomenon. She created an aura of brilliant performance: a combination of …

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Holi Hai: Growing Horrors of Holi

Share this on WhatsApp  The festival of colors has become an excuse for harassment. But does consent matter? The irony is that women are being treated as sexual objects on streets in a country where they are adjudged as Goddess. Few days before Holi, a first-year student of Lady Shri …

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8 Songs to Celebrate Holi in Bollywood Style

Share this on WhatsAppColours and Bhaang – two words that are synonymous with the festival of Holi. Colors and Bhaang – two words that are synonymous with the festival of Holi. The festival of colors is celebrated with great fervor and unmatched enthusiasm. It has two significant meaning: a religious …

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