BTS member V has taken the internet by storm after ending his recent yoga session with a namaste. As a part of the Winter Package 2021, the international singer recently joined his fellow BTS members for a yoga session.
In a viral video, V, along with his group members was seen thanking the yoga instructor for the session. “Namaste, thank you,” he said, while bowing down with gratitude. Several fans confessed they were emotional after seeing the clip.
Surreal would be an understatement to describe Manya Singh’s journey to fame, but the praise is certainly not undeserved. She has been hitting the news headlines after being crowned with the prestigious VLCC Femina Miss India 2020 runner-up title. All her auditions were online, from the comfort of her modest Mumbai home. Her father is an auto-rickshaw driver and her mother a working hairstylist. Their struggles inspired her journey in the runway world and now she looks to stir young girls like her to follow suit.
“Modelling was never an option for me. I entered the fashion world because I wanted to groom myself. At the same time, I was well aware that I would not be able to afford the grooming classes. Learning happened by observing people and going for auditions. I knew that if I could work on my body language and personality and carry myself like models do, the Miss India pageant could be cracked,” says Manya, 19, summing up her short yet significant journey of struggle.
Jhanak Shukla, who starred as a child actress in Kal Ho Naa Ho and Karishma Ka Karishmaa, is 25 years old now. Despite starring in successful projects at a young age, Jhanak seems to have drifted away from the industry. Jhanak, who was seen as cute little Gia in Shah Rukh Khan and Preity Zinta starrer Kal Ho Naa Ho, is now a 25-year-old archaeologist.
Having worked quite a bit at a young age, Jhanak decided to take a break when she turned 15-16. In a video shared by Brut India, she shared that she worked a lot and now enjoys slow-paced life by indulging in writing and travelling. Her parents are supportive of her decision.
Netflix announced the second seasons of its critically-acclaimed shows Delhi Crime and Jamtara in a grand virtual event on Wednesday. The streaming giant also revealed that Masaba Masaba, Mismatched, and Kota Factory have also been renewed for second seasons. The event, titled ‘What’s Next India’, saw some of the most celebrated storytellers and stars including Karan Johar, Imtiaz Ali, Raveena Tandon, Amala Paul, Siddharth Roy Kapur, Ashvini Yardi, among others, in attendance.
Delhi Crime, starring Shefali Shah, Rasika Dugal and Rajesh Tailang, is a seven-part Netflix Original Series created by Richie Mehta. It is a police procedural show, based on the 2012 Delhi gangrape case. It is the first Indian programme to have won an international Emmy. At the 48th International Emmy Awards, Delhi Crime was awarded the ‘Best Drama’.
Karan Johar has announced five new projects under his Dharmatic banner on Netflix. The filmmaker-producer made the announcement on his official Twitter account and also gave a sneak peek into his upcoming projects via a video.
The titles include Ajeeb Daastaans, Meenakshi Sundareshwar, Searching for Sheela, Finding Anamika, and Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives.
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