Who is this beautiful actress and know more about this actress

Who is this beautiful actress and know more about this actress

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This beautiful actress is sada who has made her a different identity in the film world from her acting.

Birthday of Sada comes on 17th February also let you know that the birth of sada was born on 17th February 1984.

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Sadha has acted in several languages ​​and has also received fame. Sada has acted in Telugu language, Tamil language, Kannada language Malayalam language and Hindi language films.

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Sadha has acted in many films in her film career; among them, major films include Pran, Jaime, Donga Dongdai, Monalisa, Priyasakhi, Virbhadra, Shankar Dada Zindabad and others.

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Apart from this, actress Sada has acted in Hindi films such as Love Khichadi Click, Dil To Diwana, Saat Uchkke.

Apart from this, as a judge has also been included in a program Jodi No. One, which is being broadcast on Star Vijay.

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In this way, he has proven his acting in many languages ​​and impressed the audience with his acting and made a different identity in the film industry.

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7 Amazing Transformations Of DID Celebs!

A profession is something that is very important and your fate can change here each Friday. Being celebs or big names, it turns out to be essential to look amazing and great constantly. A couple of acclaimed individuals like Anil Kapoor look correctly the way you recall them from years back, yet some enhance with age and find what suits them best. Be it a 24*7 cosmetics craftsman or a beautician, our famous people discover a way to look amazing every time and take a very good care of that. Today, the craftsmen are going uncommon lengths to get the appearance and accomplish a particular look that suits them the best.

We present to you some stunning turn around in the looks of big names of DID who have cut a specialty for themselves and achieved marvelous looks. Be it the contenders, strugglers or choreographers, everybody now started to take care of their looks to a great extent. DID has been one of the biggest dancing shows of our country and it has given some amazing dancers. We’ve all heard the famous names like Dharmesh, Raghav, Shakti and others who are now one of the best dancers of our country. They started their journey as strugglers and their only focus at that time was to get an opportunity to showcase their talent in front of the nation. That’s why they didn’t focus much on their looks. But now they have become famous and are now the icons of the youth. So it’s important for them to carry themselves in a good manner. We have collected the before and after pictures of these famous DID celebs who have gone through an amazing transformation.

Their transformation stories are giving us new fitness and wellness goals that everybody should start following right now without wasting much time.

1. Shakti Mohan

7 Amazing Transformations Of DID Celebs!

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2. Dharmesh Yelande

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3. Raghav Juyal

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4. Remo D’Souza

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5. Binny Sharma

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6. Punit Pathak

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7. Salman Khan

At the age of 38, Her pictures are raising the heartbeat of fans

Bollywood actress Sunny Leone has always been in the limelight for some reason. Well, she did not got much success in films.

At the age of 38, Her pictures are raising the heartbeat of fans

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But because of her beauty and her style, she still rules the hearts of millions of people. Recently, some of her photographs are becoming very much viral on the internet.

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Sunny keeps on sharing her pictures on her Instagram account. These pics are liked by her fans. Within few hours of upload ing she gets millions of like on her pictures.

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There are about 19 million followers on Sunny’s Instagram account. On the workfront she is busy with some of the upcoming South films.

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In most of these movies, she will be seen doing item song.

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Friends, do you like these pictures of Sunny Leone, comment below and follow us for more such news.

Saumya Tandon’s house caught fire; shares lessons she learnt from the incident

Saumya Tandon’s house caught fire; shares lessons she learnt from the incident

MUMBAI: Actress Saumya Tandon’s house caught fire, but luckily things were brought under control on time.

The incident happened last evening. The fire was doused in time and nothing major happened to the actress.

The actress, who is popular for the show Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai, took to her social media handle to share about the incident. She also shared a picture of the section of the house that got burnt.

Saumya wrote on Twitter, “Had fire in my house, lessons learnt 1. Never sleep with liquit mosquito replant next to your bed especially if it’s over take it off the switch 2. Never have loose connection things plugged in 3. Learn to use fire extinguishers in fact buy n keep it at home now.”

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Had fire in my house , lessons learnt 1. Never sleep with liquit mosquito replant next to your bed especially if it’s over take it off the switch 2. Never have loose connection things plugged in 3. Learn to use fire extinguishers infact buy n keep it at home now. pic.twitter.com/wpb5YiHqUP

Mukti Mohan Looks Attractive In This Dress

Hi friends, Mukti Mohan is an Indian film actress and also a dancer. She posts her pictures often on her social media account, on Instagram. Let us have a look on few of her pictures here below.

Mukti Mohan Looks Attractive In This Dress

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This dress looks so perfect on her, she looks like a angel with this dress. The dress seems to be very expensive.

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How is she looking in this dress friends? The photoshoot was taken at night time.

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So guys, I hope you enjoyed with my articles. We just want to entertain you all with the pictures of your favorite actresses and models. Thank you guys, see you in my next article.

Model Turned Actress Sanghamitra Passes Away

Model Turned Actress Sanghamitra Passes Away

Kolkata: Tollywood young actress Sanghamitra Roy Chatterjee, 27 years, who passed away following a cerebral attack on Thursday morning. The sudden death of Sanghamitra has sent shock-waves throughout the film industry with many celebrities.

The model turned actress was supposed to play a key role in Riingo’s upcoming ‘Damini’ which also stars Rituparna Sengupta in the lead. She was also a part of Agnidev Chatterjee’s 2018 film ‘Gaheen Hriday’ which again had Ritu in the lead

‘Sanghamitra was part of Daminee, the film I shot with Rituparna Sengupta, Kaushik Sen, Bratya Basu and others. She played Kaushik’s wife. She was such a bubbly girl. I just can’t believe it,” shared Ringo.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee’s sizzling photos sets the temperature soaring; see pics

TV actress Devoleena Bhattacharjee who played the role of a shy daughter-in-law, Gopi Modi is quite the opposite in real life. Scroll down to see some of the hottest avatars of the Bengali beauty.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee's sizzling photos sets the temperature soaring; see pics

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Devoleena Bhattacharjee is best known for her role of Gopi Bahu in the TV serial Saath Nibhaana Saathiya. The 28-year-old actress shares her bold photos quite often on Instagram.

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Devoleena’s first TV appearance was when she auditioned for the dance reality show Dance India Dance 2 in 2009.

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These are the 10 most bold and beautiful actresses of the South film industry

South has always produced some very beautiful actresses like Sridevi and Jaya Prada. Let’s have a look at 10 most bold and beautiful actresses of the South film industry:

These are the 10 most bold and beautiful actresses of the South film industry

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Shriya Saran is a popular name in the South. She has also done few Bollywood films.

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Hansika Motwani began her career as a child artist in Bollywood. Currently she’s ruling the South film industry with her abundance beauty.

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Kajal Aggarwal is equally famous in Bollywood as well as the South film industry.

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Samantha is one such actress who’s ruling the South just because of her bold attitude in front of the camera.

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Anushka Shetty has become the eternal queen of South after the super success of her Baahubali series.

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Trisha Krishnan is also extremely famous actress of South film industry.

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Komal Jha also has a huge fan following in the South film industry.

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Tamannaah is the most fair and good looking actress of both Bollywood as well as the South film industry.

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Rakul Preet is the current heartthrob of the entire nation. She’s the glamour queen of South as well as Bollywood.

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Anu Emmanuel is only 21 years old and has already started ruling the South with her drop dead gorgeous looks.

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So guys which actress from the above 10 has stolen your heart? Do share your thoughts in the comment section and stay connected for more such interesting update about glamorous actresses of the South film industry.

Antuanetta Mischenko: Ukraine’s protest pianist remembers Maidan

Antuanetta Mischenko: Ukraine’s protest pianist remembers Maidan

Antuanetta and her fellow pianists played a concert in front of a blockade during Ukraine’s 2014 uprising [Screengrab/Al Jazeera] [Al Jazeera]

Antuanetta remembers when she climbed on top of a burned bus and sat down at a yellow and blue piano.

The 21-year-old was playing a concert, held in front of a barricade in central Kiev during the Euromaidan protests five years ago. On one side of her stood crowds of protesters, many of whom had camped out for months in the square, and on the other were special police forces, whose shields formed a stark line.

People’s breath fogged in the freezing air. It was early February and the days brought snow and temperatures below -20 degrees Celsius.

She had chosen to play Chopin’s Etude Number 12, a classical music piece known as the Revolutionary Etude. She struck the first descending notes of the piece and began to play, her bright red boot pressing the foot pedal, her hands skimming across the keys.

Suddenly, there was a loud noise. From behind the police line, loudspeakers began to blast a Russian pop song. It tried to drown out her playing, but she did not stop.

“It was like fighting [or] boxing for me,” she recalls now. “I decided that if they want to fight with bad music, I must fight with them with my classical music.”

And she continued on.

When Antuanetta was younger, playing piano was as much a part of her routine as showering or sleeping.

She began at five years old and had her first solo performance at seven. She played through all of school and into adulthood; at the time of Ukraine’s 2014 uprising, she was teaching piano and studying at the National Music Academy of Ukraine, the most prominent music school in the country.

But she was not sure that it was really what she wanted to do.

“It wasn’t like my parents told me you must … but it was like if you do something every day, like wash your hair … you don’t think ‘won’t you wash hair or [not]’,” she says. “You just have to wash your hair, you have to eat, you have to sleep, and it was like I had to play piano.”

Her academy’s white-columned building looked on to Kiev’s Maidan Nezalezhnosti, or Independence Square, and from there she watched protests unfold in November 2013.

Thousands of people, mainly students, gathered to protest against then-President President Viktor Yanukovich’s decision to withdraw from a potential EU trade agreement in exchange for closer ties with Russia.

Antuanetta was at home in the early morning on November 30, when the government ordered roughly 500 special police to the square. They forcefully removed the protesters.

It was in response to this crackdown that the Euromaidan protests began. In the following days, hundreds of thousands of people occupied the square, calling for an end to government corruption and the resignation of Yanukovich.

The square quickly became an organized settlement, with volunteers running centres that catered to the needs of demonstrators as they camped out for months along the streets, providing everything from food to medicine to clothes. A mainstage in the square offered entertainment and political speeches, and the streets leading into the square were barricaded and defended by voluntary soldiers.

“It was like a state, like a little country in our great country,” Antuanetta says.

In December, Antuanetta began going to the square after a friend convinced her to come. She was not sure what she could do to help, but was willing to try. Her worry had grown over the days, wondering what would unfold and what the future of her country would be.

On Maidan, she spotted a piano. It was painted blue and yellow,its wooden frame exposed to the harsh weather.

Men were carrying it towards the barricade, perhaps to use as defence against the government’s forces. She was shocked, and asked them to stop. She did not know what she would do with the piano, only that she did not want to see it ruined, and they relented.

She decided to try playing for people, but did not anticipate the effect that her music would have. She chose Chopin’s Etude Number 4, and a group of protesters and journalists gathered around her. The song was quick and emotional. The crowd listened, and when she finished they asked her to play again.

She continued to play for about two hours before she told the audience that she needed a break to eat and get warm. An hour later she returned and, to her surprise, there were people waiting for her.

Hundreds of thousands of people occupied Kiev’s Independence Square to demand an end to corruption and the resignation of then-presidentViktor Yanukovich[Screengrab/Al Jazeera]

She ended up playing on Maidan every day and night until February.

She played everything from folk songs to classical music to the national anthem. People would listen, sing together and talk to each other, and she received chocolates and flowers in appreciation.

For her, Ukraine has always had a strong tradition of music. Folk songs have long served as a symbol of national identity and woven themselves into the country’s classical music, which has been both shaped by and used in defiance of past Russian influences.

“People like music, people understand it, and when they could hear melodies which they know, it helps them feel like one person,” she says. “It gives [us] our power.”

It was through playing that she realised her purpose. “I saw that my music can help people and that I can speak and talk about important things from my music and from piano,” she says.

Protesters and special police repeatedly clashed during the protests [Screengrab/Al Jazeera]

Over the months, Euromaidan demonstrators and officials held negotiations and life continued in the square, with tensions tightening and relaxing.

In January 2014, the government passed a law that restricted free speech, banned protests and broadened government powers – it was soon after revoked, but incensed crowds.

“Those days were like a culmination,” Antuanetta says.

The concert held on top of the bus would be one of the last peaceful actions, taking place just 10 days before the most violent day of Euromaidan, in which crowds were shot at by special police from rooftops, and at least 80 people were killed.

When Antuanetta played on top of the bus, she was not scared. She had visited the barricade before, where sandbags and debris were piled up in defence.

She cannot remember the faces of the policemen when she played, or rather, she could not see them. “I have bad eyes and I didn’t have glasses, so I just didn’t see their faces,” she says laughing. “Maybe I wasn’t scared because I didn’t see anything!”

It was important for her that her 12-year-old student also play because she wanted to show the police that they meant peace, and that their demonstration had a place for people of all ages, young and old, as they asked for a better future for their country.

Her fear only came to her once she went home that night. It was not enough for her to hear about Maidan from the news; she felt like she needed to be there. She was worried about what would happen next.

Now at age 26, Antuanetta still works at a children’s music school and is a full-time concert pianist, travelling for performances and competitions throughout Europe and to the US and Singapore. She uses her music for social work, giving voluntary concerts or working with young musicians.

Last year, she played a two-hour concert in the coastal city of Odessa, and she thinks that people came because of her role in the protests.

“It was not so important for them what I play but it was important for them that I will play,” she says.

She has found what she wants in music, she plays Ukrainian songs as much as possible when she travels and loves introducing classical music to younger generations.

“I want to do music, not for professional people, but … for … people who don’t know who Beethoven is for example or … Tchaikovsky,” she says. “When I was young, I thought maybe I want to be a singer or a composer, or maybe, I want to be a fashion designer. And after Maidan, I understood that, yes, I am a classical pianist, and yes, I can help people, and yes, I want to do it till the end of my life.”

Several pianos were located on Maidan and were played in peaceful protest during Ukraine’s 2014 uprising [Screengrab/Al Jazeera]

Other cities have also placed pianos in their central squares, and people sent Antuanetta photos of their local piano. She says the piano grew more popular, with more folk musicians and pop or rock stars using them in their concerts. Classical music has become fashionable, as people remember when they were young and went to music school themselves.

“When I saw it, I was so happy and so proud that piano was something very important not only on Maidan and not only part of this political situation, but very important [in our] culture.”

Antuanetta does not know what happened to the pianos that were played during Euromaidan. There were several of them throughout the square; one found its home in the Maidan Museum in Kiev, and she believes that two were destroyed in the conflict.

Five years on, she still feels anxious passing Hrushevskoho Street, where the barricade was set up. It was the site of many clashes – by the end of Euromaidan, at least one hundred protesters and more than a dozen police were killed.

At concerts today, Antuanetta still plays Chopin’s Etude Number 12, the Revolutionary Etude, and a song that she composed during the protests. She had played them the most in the cold winter air on Maidan, and they continue to live with her.

“I play it not at every concert but I think at every second concert,” she says. “[After] five years, I think I can play it with closed eyes.”

Sonali Raut Looks Sexy In These Pictures

Hi friends, you all might be knowing Sonali Raut. She is an Indian film actress, model, television actress. She really looks hot in these pictures I am posting here now below. See and enjoy.

Sonali Raut Looks Sexy In These Pictures

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It looks like this picture is clicked in the morning. She looks extremely hot and her looks will make people crazy.

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Her smile is very beautiful and unique compared to other actresses. Do you agree with us friends?