Find Studioz & Indian Chambers of Commerce for Affirmative Action (ICCAA)’s initiative ‘North East Unsung Heroes Red Carpet Social Award, 2021’ was held successfully on 12th May 2022 at the prestigious Bombay Stock Exchange International Convention Centre to felicitate the various Awadees from the North East region of India, who have been tirelessly working in various fields to better the world around us without much of expectation and recognition.
Kangna Sharma, who's known for her impeccable acting skills, is now flaunting her jaw-dropping transformation after losing 20 kgs in just 5 months. The actress has garnered a lot of praise.
As a result of her efforts, Kangna’s journey from being fat to fit was not easy. She followed a strict diet filled with green vegetables and soup, did a combination Yoga, Cardio, Pilates and weight training.
Chandrakant Singh is an Indian Film Director who directed Hindi films such as Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaaa, Bin Bulaye Baraati, Be Careful, Main Zaroor Aaunga and most recent film he directed is Kya Masti Kya Dhoom. He opened up about a short film called "Parchaaiyaan". The film is a tribute to the most celebrated Lyrics Writer, who gave Indian cinema a new direction and whose story is an inspiration for younger generations. In his lifetime, Sahir was awarded multiple Filmfare Awards for his work in classic films like Taj Mahal and Kabhi Kabhie.
This year begun with lots of hopes and aspirations! Bollywood filmmakers too have high hopes for 2022. In addition to content, the chemistry between the lead pair is crucial for the success of a film. This year, Hindi cinema will see several new pairs acting in films of different genres. We present seven fresh pairs. Take a look and let us know which is your favourite.
1. Wamiqa Gabbi and Ali Fazal in 'Khufiya'
Comedian Amit Tandon is all set for a comedy special at the National Centre for the Performing Arts on March 6. Proceeds will go to the Unbound Futures Foundation, which works towards providing access to basic healthcare and education to the underprivileged, with a special focus on the eradication of child marriage and adolescent girl child trafficking from society.
Producer, entrepreneur, and mother, Deepshikha Deshmukh has started a first-of-its-kind initiative titled, 'Read Latur', which she says is a small effort to set up libraries across the rural schools of the region and inculcate reading, not just textual but of fables, stories, tales that help children dream and fire their imagination.
We cannot stop gushing over Renu Kaushal’s ultra-trendy and fabulous fashion choices. The actress has been topping the style charts day after day with her sultry and breezy outfit picks. Her latest upload will leave you missing the sun and pool for sure. Renu sizzled in an all-white long shirt and Bikini, showing off her toned physique. She is very confident while flaunting her best curves. The actress also seen loving her dog. She is looking cute and beautiful. Her tresses were left open in a messy waves style.
Actress Kangna Sharma has earned a special fanbase. These fans are the most adorable ones. They can win over you in a glance, and they have even earned Kangna's recognition. We are talking about the Kangna Sharma who recreated Gangubai Kathiawadi look where Alia Bhatt played the role of a madame sexually assaulted by the mafia, which went viral on social media. Alia Bhatt playing in 'Gangubai Kathiawadi,' and her dialogues, expressions, and the song 'Dholida,' are extremely popular with countless reels on social media.
Mumbai: For any singer, doing playback for a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film is indeed a dream come true moment. And if that is Alia Bhatt-starrer Gangubai Kathiawadi, which had its world premiere at the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival, then one can only imagine the excitement. For young singer Tarannum Malik Jain, it was a life-changing experience to sing "Jhume Re Ghori," the sixth song from Gangubai Kathiawadi, which hits theatres on February 25.
Zee Theatre's "Piya Behrupiya" is an acclaimed adaptation of William Shakespeare’s rib-tickling comedy, "Twelfth Night." Adapted by Amitosh Nagpal and directed by Atul Kumar, "Piya Behrupiya" will be screened at Tata Play Theatre throughout this week. It is set to foot tapping folk fusion music and tells the story of unrequited love - Duke Orsino for Olivia, Olivia for Cesario and Cesario, who is in fact Viola in a man’s disguise, for the Duke.