Kangana Ranaut is very active on social media. The actress is not just known for her acting prowess, she impresses her fans with her sartorial picks. The star has now turned into an interior designer for brother Aksht and her Bhabhi . Read Also Watch: Kangana Ranaut goes on a shopping spree after wrapping up 'Dhaakad' night shoot; find out what she bought The 'Queen' actress recently took to her social media handle to share a video from her brother's place. In the video, we can see her arranging things in the house as she decorates it. Earlier in the day, the actress was clicked outside Kamal Jain's office in Juhu. The post was captioned as, ''After script sessions, edit discussions I ran to my brothers and bhabhi’s house which I am designing and will set it up till midnight now, woman with nine hands is not a myth that’s like every woman ever ❤️''. Watch the video here: Meanwhile, on the work front, the actress will be seen next in ' Thalaivi '. ... » Learn More about Watch: Kangana Ranaut decorates her brother’s place after a busy day; says ‘woman with nine hands is not a myth
Mumbai : Jumbo Covid-19 hospitals have gone on a recruiting spree once again with an increase in admissions in the past few days. With a sharp increase in positive cases , private ICUs have started to fill up, while wards have seen an uptick in admissions as well. At BKC’s jumbo Covid-19 hospital, dean Dr Rajesh Dere said they have been hiring doctors, nurses and ward boys for the past two days. The hospital on Thursday had 321 patients, up from an average of 180 till last week. “We have nearly 700 active beds, but we are hiring manpower that is needed to run 2,000 beds,” Dere said. For now, the plan is to recruit over 200 doctors and staffers. The ICU occupancy has now gone up to 40 from an average of 30 till last week. A similar recruitment drive was underway at the Nesco jumbo hospital in Goregaon. On Thursday, the field hospital was preparing to activate 769 beds in addition to the 886 that are already functional. Dean Dr Neelam Andrade said the average bed occupancy has ... » Learn More about Mumbai:Pvt ICUs fill up, jumbo Covid hospitals see admissions rise
Sonu looks dashing.. Siddhant prefers to be shot in B&W... Photograph: Kind courtesy Remo D'Souza/Instagram Remo D'Souza , who gave us a scare when he was admitted to hospital last month for a heart issue, offers some insight: 'If you focus on results, you will never change. If you focus on change, you will get results.' Photograph: Kind courtesy Disha Patani/Instagram Disha Patani takes a selfie. Photograph: Kind courtesy Divya Khosla/Instagram Divya Khosla is 'basking in the winter sun'. Photograph: Kind courtesy Elli AvrRam/Instagram Elli AvrRam colours her hair. Do you like it? Photograph: Kind courtesy Urvashi Dholakia/Instagram Urvashi Dholakia strikes a pose by the pool. Photograph: Kind courtesy Sonali Bendre/Instagram Sonali Bendre is 'chillin' like the millennials'. Photograph: Kind courtesy Siddhant Chaturvedi/Instagram 'I think in black and white. Colors are for feelings,' ... » Learn More about Wah! Dashing Remo is Back!
Actor Arjun Kapoor on Saturday announced that his upcoming film " Sardar Ka Grandson " will be heading to streaming platform Netflix. Kapoor took to Instagram to share a few candid photos from the film with his co-stars Neena Gupta and Rakul Preet Singh . "Gather your parents and grandparents for this one, 'Sardar Ka Grandson' is coming soon to @netflix_in #SardarKaGrandson," he captioned the post. However, the exact release date of the film is yet to be announced. It is directed by debutante director Kaashvie Nair, who previously assisted filmmaker Nikkhil Advani on 2013 action thriller "D-Day" and co-directed TV series "POW: Bandi Yuddh Ke". The film, which also features John Abraham and Aditi Rao Hydari , is produced by T-Series, Emmay Entertainment and JA Entertainment. Besides "Sardar Ka Grandson", Kapoor has two films that are slated for theatrical release -- black comedy "Sandeep Aur Pinky Farar", set for March 19 release, and horror comedy " Bhoot ... » Learn More about On a ‘streamer’ near you
Next Patcy N in Mumbai D ev Anand , who turns 88 today, marked the event by cutting his birthday cake for the very first time. The mentally and physically active actor-director continues to make movies – his latest, Chargesheet, is due to release on Friday. The evergreen Anand, who commands an enviable fan following, talks to Patcy N with great pride about his life and his long innings in filmdom. How are you celebrating your birthday? Today evening I have a party and many dignitaries will come to wish me. I have lots of fans waiting at my office to wish me; they will shake my hand and not want to leave my hand. I don't have the guts to stay away from my fans because they have come to me with so much love and so it becomes my duty to spend time with them. Image: Dev Anand cuts his birthday cake Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar Next Prev Next D id you get many phone calls on ... » Learn More about There’s no business like show business, says Dev Saab at 88
Next Patcy N in Mumbai D ev Anand will turn 87 next month but the actor-director-producer shows no signs of slowing down. Recently, he launched his new film, Charge-Sheet. So, where does he get all this energy to make his film and act as the main lead? Patcy N speaks to the actor, and discovers what keeps him going. What does cinema mean to you? Cinema is entertainment. Cinema is a thought that makes you think about life. Cinema is the world to me. Have you ever approached Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan for a film? I made a film with Aamir Khan called Awwal Number . After that, I have never approached him or Shah Rukh Khan. I once thought I would make a film with Shah Rukh. But if they are not available, why ask them? Who, according to you, is the new superstar? I think they are all very good. Anybody whose film becomes a hit is a superstar. Today there is somebody and tomorrow there will be ... » Learn More about Dev Anand: I will remake Hare Rama Hare Krishna
An exhibition of 34 originals by great masters is on in the city. It’s a treat for art lovers but even more of a logistical feat, says Gitanjali Maini , of gallery It’s not often that one gets to view original paintings from the masters in Bengaluru’s galleries, especially those that are over a 100 years old. So when Gitanjali Maini says that this show, Masters and the Modern, An Amalgamation of Old and New World classics at gallery g, is a show like none other, you believe her. At this rare showcasing of originals, Maini, Founder Trustee, Sandeep and Gitanjali Maini Foundation (SGMF), lists the artists whose original works will be on display - Raja Ravi Varma, his brother C. Raja Raja Varma, and their contemporaries like Mukundan Tampi and Sekhara Warrier. There is also a collection of works by the Bengal School masters - paintings and postcards by Abanindranath Tagore, sketches by Nandalal Bose , works by Jamini Roy , Binode Behari Mukherjee, Ramkinkar Baij and others. ... » Learn More about It doesn’t get any more real than this
Kerala is apparently poised for a turbulent Assembly polls, of a kind perhaps never witnessed before. Between the CPI(M)-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) and the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF), it is a no-holds-barred battle. But it is the challenge posed by the BJP against the two main adversaries that is likely to influence the outcome in a large number of Assembly segments. With the political scenario undergoing a change, the LDF is eyeing a return to power riding on the steady support of its coalition partners. But the UDF hopes for a comeback by parading Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra in its campaign. The BJP-led NDA is banking on the rock-solid cadre base of the RSS and the rising support of voters among Hindus and a section of Christians. The 2019 Lok Sabha polls favoured the Congress coalition, while the 2020 three-tier local body polls gave an advantage to the Left parties. These elections may have served as a template to the oscillating ... » Learn More about State poised for a turbulent Assembly polls