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Talents of These Popular Celebrities You Haven’t Heard About

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Riteish Deshmukh: With an architecture degree, designed Shah Rukh Khan’s office and also helped Karan Johar before entering the Bollywood.

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Salman Khan: An all rounder gifted artist, be it sketching, shading or painting abstracts.

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Priyanka Chopra: Whatever I say will be less for this talent. A self-made celeb, known worldwide for her acting and singing. Her albums mark her talents as well.

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Nargis Fakhri: Gorgeous talent from New York, an awesome rapper, has rapped for Hrithik Roshan in Bang Bang.

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Akshay Kumar: Another self made actor; with remarkable talent of martial arts. Not only a versatile actor for Bollywood, he is a great cook at home; and also enjoys photography as and when possible.

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Juhi Chawla: This beautiful diva of Bollywood is a trained classical singer.

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Vidya Balan: Another versatile personality from Bollywood is an amazing poetry writer and hilarious mimic.

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Aamir Khan: Mr. Perfectionist, as people call him, is an expert of Chess. He has even played with the chess Grandmaster of India, Vishwanathan Anand.

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Ali Zafar: Apart from being a good actor and singer, he is an exceptional painter.

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Farhan Akhtar: He can be described in just one word: actor-cum-singer-cum-dancer-cum-director-cum-producer-cum-songwriter-cum-lyricist.

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Kangana Ranaut: She is an amazing or say Master Chef.

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Yami Gautam: Behind the beautiful face is an interior Decorator, just like Twinkle Khanna or Sussanne Khan.

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Shahid Kapoor: Known for his dance and acting, he is also a rocking DJ.

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Randeep Hooda: An upcoming actor, with amazing acting skills, owns six horses and happens to be an ace polo player.

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Choreographer Rohit Gijare’s ‘Holi Moly! Mash-Up’ Uplifts the Spirit of Holi

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Rohit Gijare, the second runner-up in Dance India Dance (DID) North America, celebrated the festival of Holi with more than just colors. Using his stunning dance moves, Gijare choreographed a medley of two popular Bollywood Holi songs—“Rang Barse,” from “Kabhi Kabhie” and “Balam Pichkari” from “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani—and delivered an audio-visual delight.

Gijare came into the limelight and went viral when he danced his way to Beyonce’s “7/11” using Kathak moves. His next claim-to-fame was being selected to participate in DID, where he was the second runner-up. His original moves in his songs like “Joota hai Japani/Suit and Tie Remix” garnered him very well-deserved recognition.

Now, Gijare released his latest video, directed by Raashi Desai, which sees some really energetic dancers groove to the two Holi tracks. The choreography, conceptualized by Gijare and co-choreographed by Shivani Badgi and Preet Kashiparekh, is flawless and full of life, which should come as no surprise to anyone. The music, by Ravi Bhavsar, gives way to tunes being blended like it was meant-to-be. It is the mash-up we never knew we needed.

Dressed in white ethnic wear, the dancers shine on the screen with their radiant smile and the video captures their enthusiasm for getting to play Holi and dance on a beautiful and sunny day.

It’s the kind of Holi you want to be playing. However, the MVP’s of the whole video are the five kids who are doled out and perform skillfully yet naturally to the “Balam Pichkari” parts of the song.

Instead of the usual and modern take on Holi videos, which now usually involves a man hitting on a woman and obviously lots of bhang, this “Holi Moly! Mashup” certainly brings out the natural flavor of how Holi is actually celebrated across the world—between family and friends and kids and having insane amounts of fun.

“The celebration of colors is all around us, and this year we wanted to do something special. We have captured the joy and happiness of Holi by bringing together these talented dancers & students to dance to this one-of-kind track,” Gijare said. “We hope the rest of your year is as colorful and joyful as Holi and hope you enjoy watching the video as much we did.”



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This New Holi Mashup will Revive the Spirit of Holi in you

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Holi celebration is incomplete without this song! Indulge in this spectacular Holi song sung by Amitabh Bachchan.

Rang Bharse

“Rang Barse” from Silsila, produced and directed by Yash Chopra, starring Amitabh Bachchan, Shashi Kapoor, Jaya Bachchan, Rekha & Sanjeev Kumar. Orginally its lyrics written by Javed, Rajendra Krishan, Nida Fazli, Hassan Kamal and Dr. Harivansh Rai Bachchan. The music has been given by Shiv-Hari.

Balam Pichkari

“Balam Pichkari” from blockbuster hindi movie Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani directed by Ayan Mukerji starring Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Aditya Roy Kapoor, Kalki Koechlin. The voice is given by prolific singers Vishal Dadlani, Shalmali Kholgade.

The mashup version of Rang Barse and Balam Pichkari by Nikhil, Sanchit and Annu from OpenShutter will definitely make you fall in love with the song all over again. Click here to listen to the mashup version.



Song Credits

Singer/Guitarist – Nikhil Kotibhaskar
Violinist – Sanchit Chaudhary
Female Vocalist – Annu Chaudhary

Video Credits

Direction – Nikhil Singh Rajputt
Cinematography & Editing – Sajal K Soni
Creative Producer – Shefali Singh
Production House – VideoBanao

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My Story: He Ended My Trip, Apologized For The Inconvenience And Asked Me To Take Another Ride

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“I took a cab home from the office yesterday. The driver, Shahid (Name changed), was very polite and well behaved. I was sharing the cab with a lady, Gayatri (Name changed), who was probably in her late thirties. She got into the cab and within a minute she started arguing with Shahid about the drop. He explained her politely that it doesn’t matter, he will drop according to the App to the provided address, and she can’t choose the route.

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Gayatri started speaking to Shahid in an extremely derogatory tone. She said (shouted) that she is not new to cab travel and he is too stupid to understand her question. Gayatri used words like dumb and also said “I will slap you” etc. Shahid kept calm and asked her if he should start the trip. I asked Gayatri to stay calm and explained that there is a miscommunication between you and Shahid, and I will explain him. By this time she lost her cool completely and asked Shahid to come to police station and asked me to join her in her complaint. When I disagreed, she started verbally abusing me as well. Shahid ended my trip, apologised for the inconvenience and asked me to take another ride home. While all this drama was happening 20 odd people and two security ladies gathered around our cab. I gave my number to security lady so that they can contact me in case police troubled Shahid. Meanwhile, both Gayatri and Shahid had already dialled 100 and cops came in no time. I explained them the situation, gave my number to the police as well in case they want my statement in favour of Shahid. When I was about to leave, the security Lady came to me and said “Madam, please jao na police station, wo maar daalenge isko. Ladies ka case hai toh iska koi nahi sunega”. Though it was already 9 pm and I was scared to go to the police station (first experience), I didn’t feel like leaving him in that situation, so I decided to go police station along with them. And the funny part is that when Gayatri was explaining all this ruckus to the Constable, he asked: “Madam where is the problem”. When she saw nothing happening her way, she made false accusations against Shahid of verbally abusing her and asking her to get out of the car and asked them to lodge an FIR against him.

I gave my statement to the police and told them that neither I am related to Shahid nor Gayatri and I had no reason to come here. I came here to support Shahid who is completely innocent in this case. She did not leave police station until 11 pm. Gayatri demanded that the driver should apologise her and touch her feet as a part of the apology. Apparently, she wanted to teach him a lesson. I stayed there till she left the police station. I spoke to the police, and fortunately, they understood the situation. They placated her that they will take action against him and asked her to leave. Meanwhile, they took Shahid to a room, and I could hear sounds of someone getting beaten up. I ran to the Constable, and I said there is no mistake of him. To my surprise, they were hitting the floor with the belt and Shahid was just making noises with a smile. I don’t know if it was right or wrong, but I felt happy. The cop came and thanked me for standing up for Shahid otherwise it would have been a disaster for the driver. I felt content. I called Shahid after an hour of reaching home. He is sound and safe.

Thanks to Mumbai police for understanding.”

Submitted By – Himani Jain

The Talented Indian Community salutes Himani Jain for her timely intervention that prevented an innocent cab driver from getting beaten up and charged in a malafide prosecution.

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Chhath Puja : A Sand Art by Manisha Swarnkar

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Chatt Puja Sand Art

Chhath Puja is a Hindu Festival celebrated mainly be people of Bihar, worshiping the Sun God to promote well-being, prosperity and progress.

This sand art is dedicated to Chhath puja. Click here to watch the sandart now.



Sand Art by Manisha Swarnkar
Song- ‘Uga Hai Suraj Dev’ by Anuradha Paudwal

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Diwali Sand Art by Rahul Arya

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Diwali, celebrated in October or November each year, originated as a harvest festival that marked the last harvest of the year before winter. India was an agricultural society where people would seek the divine blessing of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, as they closed their accounting books and prayed for success at the outset of a new financial year. Today this practice extends to businesses all over the Indian subcontinent, which mark the day after Diwali as the first day of the new financial year.

Indians celebrate with family gatherings, glittering clay lamps, festive fireworks, strings of electric lights, bonfires, flowers, sharing of sweets, and worship to Lakshmi. Some believe that Lakshmi wanders the Earth looking for homes where she will be welcomed. People open their doors and windows and light lamps to invite Lakshmi in.



Celebrate #Diwali with family. A SandArt by Rahul Arya

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