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Aurat : A Dedication by Raftaar ft. Rahul Arya

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Ratfaar recently collaborated with Rahul Arya, the internationally acclaimed sand artist, to give a dedication to the women on the occasion of International Women’s Day.

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A Powerful Song on Delhi’s Pollution That You Need to Hear Right Now

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Residents in Delhi-NCR woke up to a thick cover of smog on the morning of 7 November, with several parts of the capital region reporting lowest visibility this season yet. Some thought it was the winter setting in, that is until one looked at the alarming pollution levels. The average air quality was 403 as per AQI, which lies in the ‘very poor’ category.

While several residents took to social media to post images of the low visibility due to the smog cover, journalists shared startling statistics about air quality. Within few hours #Smog became the top trend on Twitter. With poor air quality levels being recorded in parts of Punjab too.

Recently, Shivangi and Vasudev from Coverette made a composition, Dilli Chup Gaya, dedicating to the life of people living in Delhi.

Coverette is an Indian Duo who make covers, mashups and they even plan to release originals in no time. The Duo, Vasudev Chandna and Shivangi Meena, consists of two 18 year old who started their YouTube Channel two months back to deliver to the world what they’ve got, their undying love for Music! They’ve just started and there’s a lot more to come.

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Don’t Judge People on Skin Colour : Sejal Kumar

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Beauty of a dark skin can only be seen by a good soul. Judgments based on the skin tone is not just a mental problem but is also a larger social problem.

The change has to begin with an individual. One has to believe in their beauty irrespective of their skin tone. One is not the colour of their skin but instead the opinions they make and carry.

A comment on your skin tone does not tell as much about one’s physical attributes, as it tells about their mental and emotional attributes.

Recently Sejal Kumar travelled to different cities in India and spoke to 6 gorgeous girls about what beautiful skin tone/color means to them and what their opinion on skin tone/color discrimination is. It was a week full of new experiences, conversations and thoughts. Skin colour discrimination is still so prevalent in our society but it is great to see these girls having such strong opinions against it and how they held their own against such norms!

Click here to check out the complete video in collaboration with Clean and Clear as a part of the amazing campaign #EveryFaceIsBright .

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De Taali Nehraji Ft Ashish Nehra | Breakfast With Champions

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Storyteller par excellence, Ashish Nehra is the ageless warhorse. Through injury and pain, he’s played for India for almost 2 decades, quite an achievement for a fast bowler who’s undergone 12 surgeries. There is never a dull moment with Ashish Nehra in the house.

Ready for yet another international comeback, veteran Ashish Nehra is hardly bothered about the doubters and cynics as he revels in the feeling of being a sought after pacer for India at the age of 38.

Nehra has been recalled to the side for a three-match T20 series (the only format that he plays), having last competed for the country against England, earlier this year. He had suffered an injury during the IPL after the England assignment at home.

“Who isn’t happy if he is playing for India? I have never been bothered by criticism. The Indian dressing room knows what I bring to the table. The skipper knows it, the selectors know it. If I am in the team, definitely, I must be contributing something,” Nehra told PTI on Monday.

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Maanvi Gagroo : The First Lady of Indian Web Series

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Maanvi Gagroo, born on 5 September 1985, hasn’t been from the world of lights, camera, and action. Away from all the glamour, she had a protected and loving childhood in Delhi. But the bug had caught her early in her acting career. She still managed to go back to Delhi and  finish her graduation and then it was clear to her that Mumbai is the city, where she wanted to be. Equipped with a Psychology degree Maanvi never looked back.

Maavi is not new to the camera. You might have discovered her recently, but she had been in entertainment industry for ten years now. She debuted with a Disney TV series, Dhoom Machao Dhoom (DMD), in 2007, did a series of Idea ads with Abhishek Bachchan in 2011, and had minor roles in films like No One Killed Jessica (2011) and PK (2014).

Maanvi in TVF Pitchers
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From being a familiar face on Telly, to be a highly popular name in Web series circuit via TVF Pitchers 2015, Maanvi shot to fame with one of India’s earliest web series, Pitchers. She also played a strong character Chanchal in TVF Tripling , which is primarily a sibling road-trip drama show. While growing up, Gagroo realised that she had a passion for dance after she received training in kathak at the age of 12.

Maanvi has been part of  interesting videos with Being Indian like “Every Bombay Girl in the World”. One has to agree that Maanvi made the character looked lively and realistic.

During her time at the theater, she came in touch with Nidhi Bisht who introduced her to the world of The Viral Fever and since then she had been hooked onto it.

Gagroo’s character in Pitchers is self-aware which is a stark contrast to her previous work as that chirpy girl. The stint on Pitchers got her an audition for TVF Tripling as Chanchal, the middle child among three siblings. It is an unusual story of a road trip with immediate family, Tripling looks like TVF’s most elaborate venture so far, and was shot for over a month across northern India. She co-stars with Sumeet Vyas and Amol Parashar.

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Even today, Maanvi loves her morning siesta time and makes sure she catches up with her family and friends during those few days she isn’t working. She has a fundamental belief that, having a family which is totally cut off from the glam world keeps he sane and grounded. She believes one of the biggest challenges in her life has been growing up and it would be great if we all could just go back to your childhood and be carefree once again.

Maanvi also shared that how she often wonders if she hadn’t pursued acting and ended up getting a normal job, had a family, kids and everything that her peers are doing how different would her life be! In moments like these, Maanvi steps back and remembers why exactly she decided to follow her passion and it always brings her right back to the wonderful reality.

In one line Maanvi Gangroo is a passionate actress and a great human being.

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Dedication by an Indian on 71st Independence Day

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Incredible India Sand Art 2017 by Rahul Arya

Rahul Arya, a sand artist, made a dedication to all Indians on the occasion of 71st Independence Day of India.

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