नरगिस फाखरी ने सोशल मीडिया पर की सारी हदें पार
नरगिस फाखरी ने सोशल मीडिया पर की सारी हदें पार
थाइज दिखाने में सबसे आगे हैं दीपिका-प्रियंका, कैटरीना
‘Shivaay’ is one of the most awaited Bollywood movies of 2016 which is scheduled to release on the occasion of Diwali. The movie has created enough buzz much before its release because of its clash with ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’.
Despite the various controversies associated with Shivaay, the stars of the movie are leaving no stone unturned in promoting it. Let’s check out the hot dance video shared by Sayesha Saigal for her fans.
— Sayyeshaa (@sayyeshaa) September 10, 2016
— Sayyeshaa (@sayyeshaa) September 7, 2016
Meaning of her tattoo was ‘Free Her’
Priyanka Chopra is a powerhouse of talent: After ruling Bollywood for years, she has almost clasped Hollywood’s throat with panache.
Thanks to her, the world got to witness an Indian actress making it big in Hollywood, an industry where only Indian actors dream to work. With her work, she has carved a niche for herself and has become a force to reckon with, carving one milestone after another.
If walk out on the streets and there are paparazzi taking my picture, I’m not hypocritical enough to turn around and say, ‘Don’t take my picture, It’s their job to do it. I feel like 90% of my life is an open book. ‘I live my life for the world‘. Those lines are very clear for me. When I step out of the house and I go to work, I’m someone else. When I finish work and come back, then I’m me.”
“I feel like something should be mine, so I protect myself, Not that I have not been in relationships. I have very much. Right now, I guess I’m in a place where it’s complicated.”
I know everything is about diversity right now. But I think it should be about humanity. It’s 2016. It’s so easy to separate ourselves and become smaller and smaller pieces of humanity,” she says. “I don’t like the phrase ‘woman of color.’ I feel like that puts women in a box. I’m a woman, whether I’m white, Black, brown, green, blue, or pink — whatever. I think we need to start looking beyond that. It would be a big win for women, period.
I’m a really tough girl,I’m really good at fixing things and dealing with things. When the big shit hits the fan: I’m the one who’ll stand up and say, ‘Alright, this is the solution. We can do this. This is fixable.’ But I couldn’t do that with my dad.”
I didn’t even know I was beautiful until — I don’t even know it now, I don’t think I was the most beautiful girl in the world. I think I won because I was well spoken and I was decently turned out. The stars aligned that day. But I taught myself to be the best version of myself over the years.”
“Beauty is so subjective, whether it’s art, whether it’s human beings, whether it’s nature.What is one person’s ‘Mona Lisa’ is not someone else’s, you know?”
“Beauty has nothing to do with me,” she says. “I was born with it. But I don’t want to be known by the fact that I’m beautiful. I want to be known for the fact that I’m an achiever. Not even an actor. I don’t want a label. I don’t want a box. I want a legacy.
Isn’t that incredible?
More power to you, PC! <3 You would always rule our hearts because of your oozing confidence and magnetic charisma.
Bollywood actress Soha Ali Khan was slammed on social media by a bunch of buffons after she paid a visit to a Ganpati pandal on Friday.
— Soha Ali Khan (@sakpataudi) September 9, 2016
please go also to mosque and holy places thanks
— Abdul hadi (@hadi_ali76) September 11, 2016
r u muslim?
— Shoukat Hayat (@shoukathayat81) September 9, 2016
However, this wasn’t the first time Soha was a victim of online trolling. She faced similar criticism when she visited Golden Temple in Amritsar a few months back.
— Soha Ali Khan (@sakpataudi) September 3, 2016
Despite such hate comments on her post, Soha Ali Khan didn’t lose her cool and gave back to the trollers in the most dignified way.
In an interview with Mid-day, she said, “My religion is my business alone. Whether I choose to do namaz or go to a church, how does it affect anyone? People shouldn’t bother about what’s not their business. I am all for freedom of expression, but being told how going to a temple makes me a non-Muslim is plain callous. No one has the right to say that. I am not a commodity and so, a particular community cannot own me. Our social fabric is so rich because we are diverse. Respect each other’s choices.”
The unprecedented Uri attacks shook the nation. Once again. The aftermath of the attacks gave rise to unwarranted hatred between the two nations. People targetted Pakistanis and passed a judgement call to throw them out of the country as a sign to malign the nation.
At least, that seems to be the common solution to fight terrorism.
You need to stop spewing hatred on big social platforms like this. We need to curb terrorism and that wouldn’t be attained by boycotting Pakistani people from the film industry, for sure. After all, a handful of terrorists can’t decide the fate of fellow Pakistanis, if we speak on a large scale. You may be riding high on the Pakophobia wave, but your crass rants are certainly not helping anyone, except, of course, putting you in the spotlight and instigating hatred amongst people.
These reactions from the netizens who are hailing you as their hero prove my stance.
— #चौकीदार राहुल सिंह सोलंकी (@RSSholankey) September 20, 2016
It's time to Question Bollywood
Why are Paki actors & singers being pampered In India while their country is killing our soldier's? pic.twitter.com/2wtCHHrcUS
— Ritu (सत्यसाधक)🇮🇳 (@RituRathaur) September 21, 2016
It scares me to even think of living in a world like this.