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For Swati Sharma, monsoon is all about long drives, eating popcorn & being outdoors

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For Swati Sharma, monsoon is all about long drives, eating popcorn & being outdoors

Mumbai, July 11 (IANS) Actress Swati Sharma has opened up on her admiration for the rainy season, sharing that she loves going for long drives, eating popcorn, and spending time with family during monsoon.

Swati, who is known for her role as Aashi in the show ‘Chaahenge Tumhe Itnaa’ said: “For me, the best thing about the rainy season is that my birthday falls in July. Besides, I simply love the rainy season. Summers are too hot, and winters are too cold—both extremes are hard to bear. But rain is different. No matter my mood, it always cheers me up. Even if it rained all year long, I wouldn’t mind.”

Despite her busy schedule shooting for ‘Chaahenge Tumhe Itnaa’, Swati confessed: “I wish I could enjoy the rain more, but I don’t get much free time due to my shooting schedule for ‘Chaahenge Tumhe Itnaa.’ Whenever I do get a day off and it’s raining, I make sure to get out of the house. I love going for long drives, eating corn and popcorn, and spending time with my family. I just can’t stay indoors during the rainy season—if I do, I might feel down.”

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Reflecting on what she learns from the beautiful season, Swati added: “The rainy season teaches us to wash away our worries, just as rain cleans everything around us. It reminds us to make our lives pleasant, just like the weather becomes pleasant. Keep positive vibes and eliminate negativity—that’s the message I take from the rain.”

‘Chaahenge Tumhe Itnaa’ recently witnessed major drama with the entry of Raghav, whose actions created a lot of turmoil in the lives of Aashi and Siddharth. It will be interesting to see how Raghav’s actions will affect Aashi and Siddharth.

The show also stars Bharat Ahlawat as Siddharth, Mayank Malik as Raghav, Arzoo Govitrikar as Neelima, and Khyati Keswani as Amrita.

‘Chaahenge Tumhe Itnaa’ airs on Shemaroo Umang.

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Parineeti Chopra shares her 'biggest flex': 'Walking to meetings'

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Parineeti Chopra shares her 'biggest flex': 'Walking to meetings'

Mumbai, July 23 (IANS) Actress Parineeti Chopra, who is currently on vacation to an unknown foreign location on Tuesday shared her ‘biggest flex’ and it is nothing but ‘walking to meetings’.

Taking to Instagram Stories, Parineeti, who has 44.2 million followers on the photo-sharing application shared a video, wherein we can see her walking on the streets.

She captioned it as: “Biggest flex: Walking to meetings.”

In another video, Parineeti gives a glimpse of herself happily walking away. She is donning a black dress and paired it with a grey sweater. She has opted for no makeup and kept her hair open. The look was rounded off with a side sling bag, and white shoes.

On the personal front, Parineeti had tied the knot with Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Raghav Chadha, on September 24, 2023, in a private luxury hotel in Udaipur.

Meanwhile, on the professional front, Parineeti joined Yash Raj Films (YRF) as a public relations consultant. She then made her acting debut in 2011 YRF’s romantic comedy ‘Ladies vs Ricky Bahl’ starring Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma.

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She has then been a part of movies like ‘Shuddh Desi Romance’, ‘Hasee Toh Phasee’, ‘Jabariya Jodi’, ‘The Girl on the Train’, ‘Golmaal Again’, ‘Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar’ and ‘Mission Raniganj’.

Parineeti last featured as Amarjot Kaur in the biographical musical drama ‘Amar Singh Chamkila’. Directed by Imtiaz Ali, the film stars Diljit Dosanjh in the titular role.

It charts the untold true story of Punjab’s original rockstar of the masses, the highest record-selling artist of his time, Amar Singh Chamkila. The film is streaming on Netflix.

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Shubhangi Atre, Yogesh Tripathi share parenting tips on National Parent’s Day

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Shubhangi Atre, Yogesh Tripathi share parenting tips on National Parent’s Day

Mumbai, July 23 (IANS) Ahead of National Parents’ Day, actors Shubhangi Atre and Yogesh Tripathi shared their experiences of pursuing acting careers while taking care of their respective children.

Observed annually on the fourth Sunday of July, National Parents’ Day is a time to express gratitude and appreciation for the invaluable role parents play in shaping their children’s lives.

Shubhangi, who plays the role of Angoori Bhabi in the sitcom Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai, shared: “Raising a child who lives far away from you is a very challenging task. But I’ve learned to adapt. Technology is my spice, and video calls are my daily dose of love. I may not be physically present, but my heart is always with my dear Ashi.”

“I prioritise our virtual time, sharing stories and laughter, and ensuring she knows she’s never alone. Distance may separate us, but love and care know no boundaries. I may not be there to tie her hair, but I am always there to guide her way,” she added.

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Yogesh, who plays Daroga Happu Singh in ‘Happu Ki Ultan Paltan’, said: “Juggling my job and family life is challenging but fulfilling. While my daughter is small, I try to get my son on set whenever he has a day off. He enjoys watching me shoot in Daroga attire, and he laughs at my dialogue, making me realise I’m doing something right. He is my strength.”

“During my breaks, I play cricket with him, as that is his favourite game. As a father, it is my responsibility to share the parenting duties equally. While my wife takes care of their daily routine, I handle their studies by helping with homework, collecting performance reports, and attending parent-teacher meetings. I love managing my acting and parenting responsibilities,” concluded Yogesh.

‘Happu Ki Ultan Paltan’ airs on &TV.

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Akanksha Puri on challenges of shooting in rain: Managing hair, makeup is difficult

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Akanksha Puri on challenges of shooting in rain: Managing hair, makeup is difficult

Mumbai, July 23 (IANS) Actress Akanksha Puri, whose new monsoon romantic song ‘Hum Tum Milte Hain’ was released on Tuesday, shared the challenges of shooting in the rain.

The song features Akanksha alongside Laqshay Kapoor and showcases the enchanting voices of Payal Dev and Laqshay, with music composed by Aditya Dev and lyrics by Kunaal Vermaa.

Talking about the preparation for the song, the ‘Bigg Boss OTT 2’ star said: “You don’t have to work hard or prepare when you have romance in the rain… Rain itself sets the mood.”

Shooting in the rain presents unique challenges, including maintaining hair and makeup and working on wet floors.

Despite these hurdles, Akanksha expressed her love for rain songs, saying, “Yes, it’s true, shooting in the rain is challenging. Managing hair and makeup, along with shooting on wet floors, is quite difficult. But the rain would have been incomplete if I had not shot a romantic song in the rain, and I am so happy I got a chance to work with Payal again. She is my favourite; her voice is magical.”

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“It was my first experience shooting with Laqshay, but I didn’t feel like I met him for the first time. We connected immediately, and we had great chemistry. I loved shooting with him,” she added.

Akanksha’s previous monsoon-themed songs have also been hits, and she believes the combination of rain and romance resonates deeply with audiences.

Reflecting on the success of her rain songs, the actress said: “Coincidentally, my earlier rain song was for Payal. I somehow feel that rain and romance are my forte, and the audience will love this song as well. It is one of my steamiest romantic songs, and I am looking forward to a good response for this.”

‘Hum Tum Milte Hain’ is available on Apni Dhun’s YouTube channel.

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Celebrity hairstylist Alex Vijaykanth confirms Yash’s latest look for ‘Toxic’

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Celebrity hairstylist Alex Vijaykanth confirms Yash’s latest look for ‘Toxic’

Mumbai, July 23 (IANS) Kannada superstar Yash recently made headlines with his striking new look. Celebrity hairstylist Alex Vijaykanth has now confirmed that this look is for the actor’s upcoming Pan-India film, ‘Toxic: A Fairy Tale for Grown-Ups’.

Alex, who has been working with Yash for over a decade, revealed that the new style was specially crafted for his character in ‘Toxic’.

On Tuesday, Alex shared a picture with Yash on his Instagram, captioning it: “Crafting a look that’s truly explosive. A custom pompadour for Rocking Star Yash. From the iconic long hair look to the shorter, edgier, and intense style for ‘Toxic’. Creating a hairstyle that perfectly complements characters played by @thenameisYash is a challenge I relish, and this pompadour is a testament to it.”

The transformation of Yash from his iconic long hair to a shorter, edgier, and more intense style features a custom pompadour, perfectly tailored for the actor’s character in ‘Toxic: A Fairy Tale for Grown-Ups’.

The new short hair suggests a more focused character.

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‘Toxic: A Fairy Tale for Grown-Ups’ is directed by Geetu Mohandas and co-produced by KVN Productions and Monster Mind Creations.

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Janhvi drops energetic dance video on 'Shaukan' after being discharged from hospital

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Janhvi drops energetic dance video on 'Shaukan' after being discharged from hospital

Mumbai, July 23 (IANS) Actress Janhvi Kapoor, who was recently discharged from the hospital after being treated for food poisoning, shared a fun dance video on Tuesday featuring her latest track ‘Shaukan’ from the upcoming spy thriller ‘Ulajh’.

Janhvi took to Instagram and posted a reel video.

In the clip, the actress is seen wearing a black tube top and brown flared trousers while grooving to the dance number ‘Shaukan’, sung by Jubin Nautiyal, Neha Kakkar, and Shashwat Sachdev.

The post is captioned: “Karle galatiyan… and never play safe with #shaukan.”

The video garnered two million views within an hour of posting.

The song was composed and produced by Shashwat Sachdev, with lyrics penned by Kumaar.

For those unversed, Janhvi was recently admitted to a hospital in South Mumbai due to deteriorating health and was diagnosed with food poisoning.

Meanwhile, the spy thriller film ‘Ulajh’ is directed by Sudhanshu Saria and produced by Vineet Jain under Junglee Pictures.

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The film stars Gulshan Devaiah, Roshan Mathew, Rajesh Tailang, and Adil Hussain in the lead roles.

‘Ulajh’ is scheduled to release on August 2.

Janhvi also has ‘Devara: Part 1’ in the pipeline. The film, which marks her Telugu debut, also stars Jr NTR and Saif Ali Khan.

Directed by Koratala Siva and produced by Yuvasudha Arts and N.T.R. Arts, the film will hit theatres on September 27.

The actress also has ‘Sunny Sanskari Ki Tulsi Kumari’ in the kitty.

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