The actress says that this year she plans to get fitter. She said, "December mein bahut maze kiye and so now I have to burn off all the extra calories. It was also the wedding season and I attended as many as four weddings which were a lot of fun, especially as one of them was a sudden one." If we are to go by her social media pictures, the actress is already having a blast! … [Read more...] about Drashti Dhami Celebrates Birthday With Hubby & Friends; Nakuul Mehta, Arjun Bijlani & Others Wish!
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After some squabbling about whether or not some in the GOP celebrated the insurrection, Dawson went back to defending the GOP, claiming they’ve “increased minority participation.” And he bragged about adding “nine million new folks [to the party].” … [Read more...] about Tiffany Cross Melts GOP Apologist During Fiery Interview
For the uninitiated, Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai recently completed 12 years on the small screen on January 12. Producer Rajan Shahi and the entire cast and crew of the show came together for a Pooja and other celebrations for having achieved the rare feat and completing 3300 episodes. … [Read more...] about YRKKH: Shivangi Joshi Opens Up About Learning Boxing To Play Sirat, Says It Is One Of The Toughest Sports
Rossi, who is credited as the cinematographer, seems ready to tackle these questions, even if his film doesn’t inspire them uniformly. There’s much to be said for the organization and structure for this movie. At the psychiatric war, a small troupe of patients are asked to put on a play about their respective homelands, and the military coups, occupations, encounters with ISIS and the like that may well explain their presence in this ward. We see the patients roaming the halls, practicing their lines — “We will not die, we will resist and the homeland will resist.” Lines which, by the end of the film, feel as fulfilling as they are futile, for all the ways they can bear witness to, but never reverse or undo, the past. One of these moments is immediately followed by the quiet static of women soldiers in uniform, standing guard, positioned as if in anticipation of something, and completely silent in this anticipation. It’s the buttressing of scenes … [Read more...] about ‘Notturno’ Is Not Journalism, But Gianfranco Rosi’s Movie Investigates the Heart of the Middle East
Here's the thing though ... there's a big chance that the people being mentioned here are simply TALKING about vaccines, as opposed to actually being vaccinated -- assuming we're talking about 20-somethings, who make up the biggest group of users on these apps. … [Read more...] about Dating Apps Play Up COVID, User Mention of Vaccines in Bios Spikes