Bollywood Stars

Shruti Haasan attends Rongali
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Shruti said: "This is my first ever trip to Assam and I am super excited to be here, especially on the festive occasion of Rongali, which is celebrating Assamese culture". "It was really interesting to know that Assam has a rich culture, heritage and history. There are so many tribes and their emergence has a great history. The state has undergone so many religious movements here. Everything is so interesting here. People here are really humble, and friendly and it has been such a great pleasure to get to know Assamese people on a personal level.
Riteish, Genelia's Imagine Meats among winners of PETA India Vegan Food Awards
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The plant-based 'chicken nuggets' and 'the Happy Bugs', have won the award for the Best Vegan Meat in the 2021 PETA India Vegan Food Awards. The eateries were developed under their vegan food brand Imagine Meat label. The Deshmukhs have been supporting the vegan diet campaign by PETA, a global animal rights organization.
Malaika eyes wellness, lifestyle for her next business foray
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Malaika successfully established herself as a strategic business investor, with handpicked tie-ups and investments under her business company called Malaika Arora Ventures (MAV). The 45-year-old actress has sealed tie-ups with e-commerce brand Label Life in the fashion space, SARVA Yoga in fitness, and her most recent venture with Rebel Foods' Nude Bowl in the clean eating space.
Gul Panag on a big life lesson taught by pandemic
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Speaking to IANSlife on her association with HealWell24's latest healthcare initiative DocsCampus, which works towards building a doctor-patient network, Gul says that one "can't keep blaming the government for everything".
How 2021 will fare for performing arts in India
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He concluded, "The experience created online will define the popularity and value-for-money, and whether it can attract/hold on to its audience in the long run. The permission and licenses also have to be looked into to create a win-win situation for all the stakeholders. At IPRS, we are mindful of the changing times and have taken measures to ensure that the authors, composers, and publishers of music reap all benefits possible of their hard work and creative ability.
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