Alia Bhatt introduces her fashion initiative “Mi wardrobe is Su wardrobe.” An attempt in sustainable fashion, this initiative aims at sharing handpicked garments from Alia’s personal wardrobe for charity.
“As a reader and raising my own children I realized that reading is a solitary act, there is not a…
The self is work. The problem is very often, we look at work and the self as two different things. So that’s what they become — two different things on such antipodal trajectories that the twain never meet.
Actor Vidya Balan is one of those few performers who have proved their mettle both measures of talent and bankability. Here’s looking at her best five performances, which set the bar high for other actors in Hindi cinema.
On World Emoji Day let’s find out how impactful are emojis? How have they changed the scene of communication through virtual means and what do they aim to do.
#SareeTwitter has been one of the top trends since Monday and by Tuesday it was already a massive hit. The trend has shown the timeless beauty of sarees and that nothing beautifies an Indian woman more than a traditional saree.
Wives of Armed Forces personnel know the stakes and thus prepare themselves accordingly. One example of this is Garima Abrol, wife of Samir Abrol, a pilot, who was martyred in Mirage 2000 fighter plane crash this year.
According to Fathia Abdullahi the robot is just a prototype, however it’s capable of folding an item of clothing once you lay it out, and it just takes just three seconds.
Through films like mine, hopefully, we can make people understand what it’s like being a female athlete and teach them to be more accepting, says filmmaker Nandita Anand.
Kangana Ranaut recently landed herself into another controversy when she engaged in a verbal spat with a PTI journalist, accusing him of running a ‘smear campaign’ against her.
Actor Ananya Panday has launched her first Digital Social Responsibility initiative called So+, which aims to spread awareness on cyberbullying.
The sentiments transcended boundaries as hundreds of foreigners closed their eyes in devotion uttering words they could learn, not a hint of pretense in their devotion. – Snigdha Gupta writes on witnessing the Ganga aarti and finding her inner peace in Rishikesh.