‘You cannot appreciate the light without darkness’ and no one else in recent times in India would be able to explain this in a better way than Ajinkya Bhasme does through his writing. Inspired by the reception of his first couple of books, one of which has even been nominated for a screen adaptation, Ajinkya was further inspired to continue telling stories on serious mental health issues and how it is often so misconstrued in the Indian society, and how we as a society can help make the situation better. Ajinkya is an IIT Bombay graduate and a Human Resource Manager.
India’s favourite home décor blogger Rukmini Ray Kadam offers pointers on updating your rental without annoying the property owner.
Today we are covering Amar Upadhyay, the man who immortalized the iconic Mihir Virani. For the first time a TV serial had made it on the billboards of the city, and Amar Upadhyay was the leading man of that. Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi was the renaissance of Indian television.
Some bulked up, some toned down, some were subtle while some were striking -- let’s look at the year’s most successful onscreen transformations.
Be it the landmark Arth by Mahesh Bhatt, the ever alluring Silsila, or Sanjeev Kapoor’s Pati, Patni aur Woh, the remake of which will hit the cinemas tomorrow, the subject, despite raising eyebrows will excite cine-goers always. Let us know which is your favorite in the comment section below. Though Silsila didn’t command huge profits at the time of release, it has achieved the status of being a cult over the decades. The romantic tragedy starring three of the greatest actors of their times was blessed with Yash Chopra’s peerless direction and timeless music by Shiv-Hari.
Every year-end, we take a look at the stars who shone the brightest and made it into the good books of the fashion police. This year, our choices are our very own Greek God, Hrithik Roshan, and the bubbly Sara Ali Khan. With two major releases this year (‘Super 30’ and ‘War’), Hrithik bounced back into the limelight for his acting skills and his effortlessly cool good looks. Sara, the current darling of the paparazzi, was a red carpet favourite in 2019, after appearing in two films (‘Kedarnath’ and Simmba’) in her debut year, 2018. Let’s take a look at some of their outfits that caught our attention for all the right reasons this year. Images sourced from Instagram, Yogen Shah and Getty Images
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The editors at Yahoo Lifestyle are committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. Yahoo may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Taking cue from our Bollywood kudis, here are some of the pop coloured Indianwear we found online, and that too at a reasonable price!
Sequels are in flavour this season in Bollywood, with films such as Houseful and Dabangg back on screen with their subsequent instalments. Here, expectations run high and filmmakers are under the extra pressure of ensuring that the sequels do as well, or even better than the previous ones. Here are 10 Bollywood sequels that have managed to be as good as the original movie and sometimes, have even surpassed their success. Voted as the best Bollywood comedy film of all times, the 2000 cult film Hera Pheri, featuring Paresh Rawal as the shortsighted, dim-witted but kind landlord, Baburao Ganpatrao Apte, had the audience rolling with laughter.
To really capture those memories, a phone camera just won’t cut it - the blurriness when you zoom in, your finger getting in the way of the camera and the battery being used up because you’ve been using your maps all day on it. Just because your phone camera won’t cut it doesn’t mean you still shouldn’t try and capture those memories.
Today we are covering the very pretty, Tara Sharma. The John Abraham starrer was based on paranormal experiences of a young doctor after the passing away of his wife. It's interesting to note that Tara's debut was also a grand one.
53.22% of children reported having faced sexual abuse of which 21.9% faced severe forms of sexual abuse. Trained volunteers at Viveka, a Not-for-Profit organisation, dedicated to promoting and sustaining a mentally and emotionally healthy society, outline the ideal ways to approach the subject of Child Sexual Abuse and the related doubts. Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) tend to face psychological, behavioural and social difficulties.