It’s a dog eat dog world, but some millennials manage to stay out of the rat race and pursue their passions instead. What more can you ask for when your passion not only becomes your career, but also helps you contribute to society by reviving an almost-extinct art of storytelling and puppetry?
Don't worry, Charli Rose has your back. No, not the Charlie Rose, host of Charlie Rose: The Week on PBS, who does serious interviews at a serious roundtable (although he could maybe use a little unicorn sparkle in his life.) The Charli Rose in question is a 5-year-old pint-sized powerhouse, who knows her way around a unicorn lash makeup brush. Rose has her very own YouTube channel.
It was an ordinary day at Walmart for Erika Burch, who was picking up some groceries for her kids when she saw something out of the ordinary. “She [was] begging him to stop! She was saying ‘please stop, I promise I won’t do it again please stop!’” wrote Burch in a Facebook post that has since gone viral.
Actor Raj Arjun’s baby girl Sara Arjun has earned herself the ‘highest paid child actor title’ recently. The little girl won our hearts in Jazbaa, in which she acted alongside Aishwarya Rai. The movie won her big fame and of course big bucks too!However, she is the not the only one to be particular about the fee. Bollywood houses a lot of other little stars who have made big moolah through their onscreen acting.In fact, these little stars are earning in digits we would not even count when we were their age.From Sara Arjun to Harshaali Malhotra and Harsh Mayar, here’s a look at Bollywood’s highest paid child actors.Image Credit: Movie Talkies
Bollywood’s super mommy Sushmita Sen recently joined Instagram and has been grabbing eyes with her interesting posts. Ms Sen recently turned 40 and had absolutely no qualms in revealing her age. In fact, she announced her age on a social media platform by posting a picture and is happy, proud and privileged by it. Clad in a smoking hot black dress, the actress posted a picture as soon as she turned 40, showing off her well-toned thighs, amidst an ocean backdrop.
Tinsel town is abuzz with the latest news about Tusshar Kapoor’s little son Laksshya Kapoor, who was born recently. What is surprising is that the actor is a single parent and took a bold step, opting for surrogacy. Tusshar is not dating anyone and may not get married in future, but his parental instincts over powered him and he decided to have a baby through IVF.However, the Kapoor boy is not alone in this! A lot of other B-town celebs have also chosen this path in the past and have been blessed with healthy babies. Take a look!Image Credit: Movie Talkies
Children have been connected to Bollywood films in many ways. They either become a part of a huge, happy family in a drama film or play the lead role.When kids play the lead role, they do it as perfectly as other B-town stars and there’s enough proof for the same.Be it Taare Zamen Par, Stanley Ka Dabba, I am Kalam or Rockford, Bollywood has always had a soft corner for children-oriented films and has also succeeded in doing so.And the best thing about these films is that apart from entertaining you, they also bring to light some of the best life lessons.So, here’s a list of films in which children played the role of a hero!Image Credit: Movie Talkies
Our Bollywood stars love to get inked be it for love or fun. While we do know a lot of them who have tattoos of their loved ones, ideologies or even those which have some religious meaning to it, there is a latest trend in B-town that has been doing rounds.Yes, our Bollywood stars have been taking their parent role way too serious and have gone an extra mile and inked their offspring’s names on their bodies. Well, we wonder if this is a new way of showing parental love.The latest one to join the list is Imran Khan, who got the footprints of his daughter inked on his chest. However, Imran is not alone; here are celebrities who are flaunting some fancy tattoos dedicated to their children.Image Credit: Movie Talkies
North West has already solidified herself as the trendiest tot to have ever existed—and for good reason. She’s rocked Givenchy lace and Alexander Wang leather, fox furs and Doc Marten’s. Like the most seasoned fashion folk, she already has a signature look: all black everything paired with Docs or Timberlands, and a statement coat. And while Kim Kardashian once told Lucky magazine that North “doesn’t like pink or purple. She likes greys…and black,” the two-year-old has revealed—time and time again—a softer (and smilier!) side, wearing knitted white, pink dresses, denim cutoffs, headbands, and other too-cute-for-words pieces. Frankly, a day doesn’t go by where the Yahoo Style office isn’t giggling like teenage girls, ooo-ing and ahhh-ing over Nori’s inimitable style, so here’s a running list of the kid’s best looks.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Disney is introducing its first Latina princess, named Elena of Avalor, and she’ll be wearing a really great — and groundbreaking — gown.
Bollywood stars have no doubt inherited acting skills from their parents. But did you ever think how they got their good looks?A few celebrities are a splitting image of their parents, so much so that we were shocked when we compared their pictures.From the face structure to the eye colour and the features, these A-listers are a carbon copy of either their mother or father.Take a look!Image Credit: Twitter
The fashion industry has never been known for its inclusiveness. In fact, it wasn’t until recently that non-white, stick-thin models were even considered for jobs. But progress — slowly but surely — is coming: there were bionic arms, a gold prosthetic leg, and plus-size women at New York Fashion Week. But beyond that, the advances in diversity within the retail sector have come even farther, with Tommy Hilfiger leading the way. On Tuesday, the brand announced a collaboration of adaptive clothing to make items more accessible for people with disabilities.
Barbie just got diverse. Mattel announced today three new body types for the iconic doll. It’s a smart move in an era where brands from Lane Bryant to Dove are celebrating body confidence for all body types.
Before the Yahoo Beauty editors were professional beauty geeks, we loved preparing for the new school year because it was the first perfect excuse to try new beauty products, debut a new haircut, and show off our new-and-improved selves, possibly with a smattering of freckles or a summer tan. We’re still teenagers at heart, and we can say with experience how important it is to start the school year on the right step with confidence. Here is everything you need for your back-to-school beauty arsenal, parent-, teen-, and beauty editor-approved.Related:5 Things I Wish I’d Known About Beauty In High School#QuarterLifeCrisis: Origins Reinvents Itself for Millennials at 25 Years OldTavi Gevinson is a Broadway Actress, Voice of a Generation, Fashion Pioneer, and Clinique Ambassador
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From North West’s front row debut at the Balenciaga fashion show in Paris to Mayhem, J. Crew’s youngest fashion collaborator, these scene-stealing kiddos have proudly paraded their looks, outshining the parents who adorned them in trademark ensembles. Kingston and Zuma Rossdale Like momma Gwen’s effortlessly cool vibe, her kiddos take the street in some basketball swag. Corbis Images 2. Axl Duhamel Cool as a cucumber, Axl Duhamel sports a casual look along with mom and dad, in his sweatsuit getup. Suri Cruise Suri has got this color coordinated look down.