The new Komolika of Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2, Aamna Sharif has been giving major festive fashion goals in her beautiful ethnic outfits during this holy month of Ramadan. Though the festival has come to an end, but it seems like the actress is in no mood to come out of her ethnic zone. Recently, Aamna took to her Instagram feed to share few pictures, where she was seen sporting two different ethnic ensembles- one was a pink lehenga while the other was a green crop top-skirt. Her both outfits looked perfect for bestie's sangeet. So, let us take a close look at her both outfits and find the ideal one for the special occasion. … [Read more...] about Aamna Sharif’s Pink Lehenga Or Green Crop Top-Skirt, Which One Will You Pick For Bestie’s Sangeet?
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Alaya's version of 'Brides Today' was a mix of traditional Indian bride and today's laid back Indian bride. With a super-bronzed base accentuated with a sharp outer-edged winged liner, brown lips and monochromatic eyes, Alaya kept the look modern and relevant. For a touch of something traditional, Alaya pearled alternate white and red dots over her. eyebrows and put on a bindi at the centre of her forehead. Rather than an extravagant hairstyle, Alaya chose the good old low bun to set the look in style. … [Read more...] about Alaya F Represents The Modern Indian Bride Through Her Recent Magazine Cover And How Beautifully!
16. He also appeared as a supporting actor in the box office hit Life in a...Metro by Anurag Basu. He won the Filmfare Best Supporting Actor Award for the film. His chemistry with actress Konkana Sen Sharma was praised. He also received the same award for his supporting role for the movie The Namesake, directed by Mira Nair and an adaptation of Jhumpa Lahiri's book of the same name. … [Read more...] about Irrfan Khan Passes Away: Interesting Facts About India’s Most Versatile Actor
By the 1960s, the police use of force was given considerable scholarly attention in respect to public perceptions and tactics. During a period of civil unrest that saw rioting in response to those tactics, President Johnson’s Law Enforcement Assistance Act (LEAA) was created to help eliminate the excessive uses of police force in the U.S., most notably deadly force. With funding for better policy, training, and education, the commission sought to professionalize the criminal justice system by legitimizing the police institution in respect to its goals and tactical procedures. What is quantitatively known about the international police use of force has been discerned over a period of only 30 years, through research consisting mostly of observations, reports, and surveys. Furthermore, the research has emphasized the use of deadly force and to a much lesser degree, less-than-lethal force. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption
Brides Today Digital Editor Nandini Bhalla (@nandinibhalla )chats with Alaya F(@alaya.f )—our covergirl for Brides Today Digital: 1,001 IDEAS—to discuss the most memorable wedding she has attended, the best love advice she received from mom Pooja Bedi, and what it was like to work with Saif Ali Khan on Jawaani Jaaneman. . Nandini Bhalla: Is there a wedding you’ve attended that has been most memorable? Alaya F: “Yes, my father’s wedding to my stepmother—it was lovely! My mother was there, too, and it was wonderful to have my entire family around. Many people ask me what it’s like to have a stepmother or divorced parents—but for me, family is family, and as long as everyone’s happy, I’m happy. And that wedding was just that—everyone being happy for everyone. I was relatively young back then, but I remember getting my clothes stitched for it and being super excited. And my brother Omar ruined his suit an hour before the … [Read more...] about Alaya F Turns Modern Bride As She Flaunts Her Red Lehenga And Yellow Saree With A Twist