Panipat In 2019 film Panipat, Kriti Sanon sported a very different look. She played the role of Paravati Bai, and was decked up in Marathi avatar. For the poster, she donned an emerald green saree, which was accentuated by heavily embroidered golden border with crystal-detailing. She paired her saree with an equally beautiful dupatta that featured golden border and intricate red embellishments. The diva upped her regal look with ear cuff gold-toned jhumkis, marathi nath, and heavy necklaces. She pulled back her mid-parted tresses into a neat bun and adorned it with golden and red-hued accessory. Filled brows, tiny black bindi with red half-moon bindi, kohled eyes, curled lashes, nudish-pink lip shade enhanced her look. … [Read more...] about From Heropanti To Luka Chuppi To Panipat, Kriti Sanon’s Distinctive Movie Fashion Decoded
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While choosing the right period product for you, it is essential to choose one that is not only right for you but also right for the environment. A normal sanitary napkin or a tampon contains large amounts of plastic, which can take up to 500-800 years to decompose . With the rampant rise in the levels of global pollution and environmental crisis - time has come to renew your conventional ways and chose sustainable menstruation  . A single person uses 11,000 sanitary pads or napkins in their lifetime and now, multiply that with the number of the female population who are menstruating - that's a lot. … [Read more...] about Menstrual Hygiene Day 2020: Are Your Period Choices Affecting Your Health?
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