This 32 years old south actress looks very beautiful and bold in pink saree

 Today I’m going to talk about an actress from the south industry who is famous for her hotness and boldness.

This 32 years old south actress looks very beautiful and bold in pink saree

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She has a very hot figure. Before we start I hope you have followed our channel if don’t then please follow us now for more interesting news and articles.

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She is Madhuurima Banerjee. Her nickname is Nyra. She is known for her hot figure as you can see, she is looking very bold in this pink saree. Her blouse is also of pink color which matches on her saree.

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She is 32 years old but the beauty of this actress is not less than a young girl. She has a huge number of followers on her Instagram account.

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Renuca Singh Thakuri is one of the most glamorous model of the world, see photos

 Friends today I am back with an another interesting article for you. So without wasting your precious time let’s start our today’s article.

Renuca Singh Thakuri is one of the most glamorous model of the world, see photos

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Friends, in this article I am going to introduce you with a beautiful girl who has a huge fan following on social media. Friends her name is Renuca Singh Thakuri, she is an Indian model.

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Friends it doesn’t need to say that Renuca is one of the most glamorous and sexiest model of the world and she has an attractive figure to flaunt.

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Samantha herself Opens and Reveal her Secrets, Accepts that she ‘CHEATS’ – Photos Proof Inside

Samantha is a very popular South Indian actress, who made her entry into films after her initial modeling assignments and debuted with screen name Yashoda in Moscowin Cauvery, however, the first film of her to release was Baana Kaathadi, which was a failure. But she bounced back and became a topmost actress

Samantha herself Opens and Reveal her Secrets, Accepts that she 'CHEATS' - Photos Proof Inside

The actress who faced failures in recent times is currently happy as she scored back-to-back blockbusters with ‘Majili’ and ‘Super Deluxe’. She even got appreciation from all quarters for her contrasting roles in both the movies. The actress is flying high right now.

In this case, Samantha has now opened secrets about her diet chart and how she maintains her physique for B Positive magazine. She also opened about the ‘Cheating Day’ where she eats spicy food and Biriyani and how she manages to stay fit. Take a look at the photos below,

Scarlett Johansson risks NIP SLIP in daring braless look at Avengers: Endgame event

Scarlett Johansson, 34, put on a jaw-dropping display in a risqué black jumpsuit and blazer which struggled to contain her assets. The actress’ plunging attire saw her opt for no bra, putting her at risk of a potential nip slip. But unfazed by a possible wardrobe malfunction, she posed confidently for the awaiting paparazzi on the blue carpet. Scarlett also stood out with her striking red lipstick and carefully contoured make-up

Adding to her glamorous look, she styled her hair in an elegant up ‘do and wore her hair in a middle parting.

She completed her look with black heels, a silver bangle and dangly earrings.

Scarlett was joined by her co-stars including Chris Hemsworth and Paul Rudd.

Chris sported a grey checkered suit accompanied with a purple patterned tie and a white shirt.

Paul also opted for a white shirt as well as a maroon-coloured suit.

Ahead of the event tonight, Scarlett said keeping details of the film under wraps is “stressful”.

Scarlett Johansson risks NIP SLIP in daring braless look at Avengers: Endgame event

Scarlett Johansson stole the show with a daring look at the Avengers: Endgame fan event in London (Image: GETTY•WIREIMAGE)

Scarlett Johansson risked a nip slip in plunging attire at the Avengers: Endgame fan event (Image: WIREIMAGE)

Scarlett Johansson opted for a daring jumpsuit for her blue carpet attire (Image: GETTY)

I’m gonna have PTSD from this [press tour].

Scarlett Johansson

She told Entertainment Weekly: “I’m gonna have PTSD from this [press tour].

“I mean, honestly, it is so stressful.

“At the end of every day, I lie awake at night and I think about all the things I almost said. It gives me panic.”

Earlier this week, Scarlett hit out at paparazzi in Los Angeles who she claimed followed her after her appearance on the show Jimmy Kimmel Live!.

The actress said she was followed by five cars who put “other drivers and pedestrians at risk” when following her.

Scarlett Johansson put on a sensational display at the Avengers: Endgame event in London tonight (Image: GETTY)

Scarlett Johansson was joined by co-stars Chris Hemsworth and Paul Rudd (Image: PA)

In a statement obtained by E! news, she said: “The paparazzi consistently go to increasingly dangerous lengths to stalk and harass the people they are photographing.”

The actress said she was followed by five cars who put “other drivers and pedestrians at risk” when following her.

She added: “The paparazzi put people’s lives at risk, so they can wait for days in quiet neighborhoods in blacked out cars, and try to follow me to the playground and photograph my child and other people’s children in a safe place that should be off limits, but isn’t.

Alia Bhatt’s dress proves there’s no going wrong with millennial pink

Millennial pink may have had its moment in the spotlight, but that doesn’t mean we’ve forgotten about it entirely. Alia Bhatt, for one isn’t over the soothing colour’s charm, and her latest look serves as proof. Spotted at Mumbai airport earlier today, Bhatt was dripping in millennial pink, right from her maxi dress and blazer to her Chanel tote bag and sneakers. If you, just like her, have you always had a soft corner for the colour but didn’t know how to wear it as a head-to-toe look, let Alia Bhatt’s airport outfit inspire you today.

Alia Bhatt brings different aesthetics together in her airport look

Though they all belonged to the same colour palette, each of Alia Bhatt’s separates channeled different vibes, making her look all the more interesting visually. While her slinky maxi dress brought a feminine touch, that perfectly tailored blazer added structure to her ensemble and her chunky sneakers brought an element of athleisure to the outfit. Bhatt’s roomy Chanel tote served as the perfect statement pick that brought everything together. To complete her on-flight ensemble, the actor chose a pair of black sunglasses, leaving her hair open and keeping her makeup minimal. Want to try the look for yourself? Vogue brings you the best options.

Alia Bhatt’s dress proves there’s no going wrong with millennial pink

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Dress, Mansur Gavriel

Rs 89,930

Dress, Rachel Zoe

Rs 56,490

Blazer, Adeam

Rs 108,550

Blazer, Stella McCartney

Rs 174,160

Sneakers, Alexander McQueen

Rs 37,040

Sneakers, Adidas Originals

Rs 7,240

Malaika Arora is a sight to behold in thigh-high slit dress on day out. See pics

Malaika Arora is a sight to behold in thigh-high slit dress on day out. See pics
  • Malaika Arora was spotted enjoying a day out in Mumbai today, looking absolutely ravishing.
  • The 43-year-old diva opted for a spaghetti strapped animal print summer dress, which featured a gorgeous thigh-high slit.
  • The stunning diva, who is currently dating Arjun Kapoor, paired her sexy summer-ready outfit with grey slip-ons.
  • Malaika went with a sleek low bun, Marcella red lips and minimal make-up to style her pretty outfit.
  • Accessorising her ensemble with oversized black sunnies and a Gucci large tote bag, she rounded off her ensembles.

This Is How You Should Be Styling Your Maxi Dress This Season, According to Street Style Stars

This Is How You Should Be Styling Your Maxi Dress This Season, According to Street Style Stars

If you’re looking for an effortless outfit to wear this season, turn your attention to a maxi dress. (Fun fact: This tried-and-true Summer staple can also be worn in the Winter when styled correctly!) You can dress up a flowy lace maxi with a pair of kitten heels or leave some buttons open and style it with a pair of jeans for a laidback look. Since this classic deserves a moment in the spotlight, we’re showing you 32 unique ways you can wear a maxi dress. Scroll on to get your dose of outfit inspo ahead.

How athleisure is becoming more than just a fashion trend

How athleisure is becoming more than just a fashion trend

Gym wear has been making its way out of the work-out zone and becoming an essential part of people’s wardrobe, be it any age group. Taking the sweatpants and gym tanks a notch higher, the athleisure trend is here to stay and we couldn’t ask for more. More power to comfortable clothing, we say! Ever dreamed that jogger pants, hoodies, sneakers, yoga pants or gym stingers would be the mainstays of any fashion trend?

“I am totally thrilled with the trend. I find athleisure one of the easiest and versatile trends to wear. Be it any age group, it is something that is extremely comfortable. It is good for travelling, for hanging out with friends or even for an evening out. It is something that will never go out of style. Recently it was also seen at the Oscars’ red carpet,” says celebrity designer Nandita Mahtani. She further adds, “The fun thing is that you can really mix and match quite a bit. You can match colours together. There is a lot you can do. You don’t need jewellery. It is very easy to wear the trend, from a 13-year-old to a 60-year-old, any age group can wear it.”

Not just ‘sports’ wear any more

The comfortable yet cool and effortless style is perfect for anyone who is interested in the urban street style as well as has an affinity for fitness and wellness. “Sportswear, as we see it today, is not just ‘sports’ wear. People are slowly starting to wear it as a regular daily clothing option. The comfort and freedom the clothing provides today is one of the foremost reasons for people to consider wearing it for their daily lifestyle,” says Shruti Chhapia, co-founder of Dive, an Indian athleisure brand for kids and adults. She further adds, “Today people are definitely investing in good quality and high-performance activewear whether it’s for leisure or for actual work out.”

Celebrities donning gym wear at public places and social events have brought athleisure into the mainstream. “Earlier, people just used to wear cotton T-shirts for workouts or runs because it was comfortable. But today you see a lot of people preferring high-performance clothing because it’s not just about comfort but how the apparel will enhance your movement,” says Rushabh Chhapia, co-founder of Dive.

Not just millennials

Functional and stylish, athleisure is one trend that won’t go out of fashion anytime soon. “Athleisure brands are surely eating into other categories of market share. Not only the American clothing retailers, but also the Indian ones are facing the heat from athleisure apparel. Today millennials are both health conscious and fashion forward.

These shoppers want something more stretchable than their skinny jeans, and the athleisure trend is the perfect answer to that. It provides comfort for easy movement and it complements the hectic multi-tasking lifestyle that one leads in today’s world. For all these reasons and more, there is no looking back for this comfort wear apparel not only in India but also on the global fashion circuit,” says Bhavya Chawla, Chief Stylist at Voonik.

Over the years, brands have been improving the quality by experimenting with new fibres making the comfort increasingly top notch. “To keep up with this megatrend, brands are offering more of a mix of functionality and fashion in their products to catch the attention of new consumers, which has been working out very well. In fact, from being a casual, sporty trend, it is also becoming a dressier trend. Music icon Celine Dion was seen sporting a sequinned suit in red and pink styled with a pair of red heels, Chanel bag, and oversized sunglasses,” points out Bhavya Chawla.

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Today there is a huge transition of sportswear brands to lifestyle-focused labels, leading to the popularity of more streetwear styles. This is when brands like Gully comes in. Co-owned by Indian cricketer KL Rahul and often touted as the cult streetwear brand, Gully does not believe in face advertisement.

“We have our band of loyal followers who like and follow the brand even though we do not believe in face advertising. Gully is expressing what the youth feel,” says Arjavi Mawaha, co-owners of Gully. The brand has collaborated with two IPL teams – Kolkata Knight Riders and Hyderabad Deccan Chargers – for the season. Celebrities like Sonal Chauhan, Irfan Pathan, and Sunny Leone, are often seen wearing the brand. The brand soon plans to expand its presence to physical retail in a few months.

When athleisure meets nostalgia

Designer Nandita Mahtani has collaborated with Cartoon Network Enterprises’ for a collection called ‘The Cartoon Network Enterprises X Nandita Mahtani’. The collection draws inspiration from the iconic cartoon shows – Powerpuff Girls, Dexter, Courage – The Cowardly Dog, Samurai Jack, and Johnny Bravo.

The designer recently conducted a styling masterclass in Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla. Talking about the collection, Mahtani says, “It is more for adults for men and women, and includes fun and multi-purpose pieces such as bomber, zipper and denim jackets, and sweatshirts.”

Growth in sales

Athleisure as a category is heating up. “Increasing numbers of consumers across all ages are being drawn to athleisure apparel every passing year. Athletic apparel had been growing at 4.1 percent from 2008 to 2015 on an average, which meant that non-active wear sales saw a decline. On the other hand, while non-active wear sales declined as activewear sales grew in 2017, in 2018 the rise of activewear was not as huge as it had been. It rose by 2 percent to $48 billion (22 percent of total apparel sales).

The bigger picture, as per data, shows that the athleisure category has been growing at a rate faster than any other category. This is no longer a trend, it is now a lifestyle that is too comfortable for it to go away anytime soon. Based on the sales growth, a report by Morgan Stanley stated athleisure as a smart investment opportunity,” points out Bhavya Chawla.

Why organza Kanjeevaram saris need to be on your radar this summer

Through design intervention and harnessing tradition, Bengaluru-based label Advaya by the House of Angadi is breathing new life into, Kanjeevarams, a centuries-old weave

Why organza Kanjeevaram saris need to be on your radar this summer

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There is the kind of Kanjeevaram sari you’re familiar with—rich, like sunlight itself caught and woven into fabric, viscous, like tar made of gold. Beautiful, yes, but a little intimidating. The weave that draws its name from a little town in Tamil Nadu is crafted in pure silk yarn and real zari, factors lending it the durability and eternal appeal that make Kanjeevaram saris the stuff of heirlooms. More recently, Deepika Padukone was in the news when she chose a red and gold Kanjeevaram for her Konkani wedding ceremony, soon followed by an all-over gold one at her Bengaluru reception. The source of her much talked about drapes? Advaya by the House of Angadi, the latter a Bengaluru-based company with a 600-year-history of being in the textile business.

But aren’t we a little too precious with our Kanjeevarams? Storing them away for distant occasions that hold promise, an insurance against ordinariness when the event is anything but. But what if you wedge open the window a little bit, air things out? Take the best that traditional know-how has to offer and tinker with it, introducing a little gene that will make the fabric behave a little differently, feel different, but not so much that it’s rendered unidentifiable?

A gold Kanjeevaram sari from the ‘Advaya 2019 Chapter 1’ summer sari collection

What if, for instance, you play around with the weight and opacity of a traditional Kanjeevaram? Or introduce a new yarn into the silk? For K Radharaman, design head and CEO of Advaya, the limited-edition label that focuses on Kanjeevaram, jamdani and Kota saris, the path to be treaded is between glorious tradition and necessary innovation. So while you will find the coveted 100 per cent silk Kanjeevarams at Advaya, there have also been innovations like the organza Kanjeevarams, linen-blended Kanjeevarams and khadi Kanjeevarams.

“The point of design is to differentiate,” says Radharaman, “It’s not just about taking a fabric and creating a garment; this process [of innovating on a fabric] starts before even a single thread is in place. It’s an abstract process, there is no visual proof… What we house in Advaya and the designs we develop there are a radical departure from convention. A typical textile designer plays with motifs, colour, whereas I go a step beyond that. When you think of a Kanjeevaram, for instance, you’d automatically imagine silk that is shiny, that drapes a particular way, that is meant for certain occasions… I believe most people have a wrong notion of even that, because most of the Kanjeevaram you see in the market is not real; it’s a very poor representation of what a Kanjeevaram is and what it should be… The techniques have to be followed.”

Linen-blended Kanjeevaram saris

One of the most radical innovations at Advaya were the linen-blended Kanjeevarams that took almost 18 months to develop. Recalling the process, Radharaman says, “The first step was to conceive of something like that. And obviously by a series of experiments, to arrive at the best way to do it. There were multiple challenges to getting the technique right, and we had to start from the very basics. All the things that we are known for, all the things that we generally follow, had to be challenged.”

The weft would be linen, but what warp to use? They decided upon kora, but what about the results of mixing a certain warp with a certain yarn? How would that affect the property of the end fabric? How do you overcome the problem of the fabric becoming too stiff and crisp?

Gold Kanjeevaram saris

“There is a whole series of experiments that we had to do, which required a lot of thought, because you begin with the outcome that you’d like and then work backwards. That process was followed multiple times and then we arrived at a sample which we thought was worth taking to the next stage. There’s a lot of prototyping before we actually go into production,” says Radharaman.

There is another crucial link—the human factor. How does one convince a weaver who has worked with the same warp, weft and yarn for decades to become open to new ways of thinking? Says Radharaman, “That’s the thing about handwoven fabric; you can do everything, but finally if it has to be implemented, it requires a person who can use his hands and do the actual work. His input in the whole thought process may be zero, but at the end of the day we need him to sit physically on the loom and do it, and that is a process. There is a difference in the way the weavers in the north and south operate. In most north Indian clusters the weaver is the entrepreneur; he does a lot of the thinking. In our area of work, the weaver is actually the weaver. His main job is to understand what is required and to execute it, but that’s crucial because if the execution is not right, you don’t get the desired outcome. So you have to explain to a person who is inherently non-technical that this is what you have to do, this is how you have to do it, and then he has to buy that argument because by no means is that a given.”

Once there’s a physical prototype, there is a collective sigh of relief. “You have to improvise on the spur of the moment. Once there’s proof of concept everybody is happy, but until that stage is crossed, it is just a figment of my imagination… Of course, the proof of pudding is in the eating. Your customer has to agree with you. Selling it is connecting the final dot.”

Organza Kanjeevaram

A precursor to Advaya’s linen-blended Kanjeevarams were the organza Kanjeevarams. “A Kanjeevaram has always had this perception that it can look only a certain way, but that’s not true. I respect that tradition more than most people, because I come from a family of weavers—I’m not someone who got parachuted into this subject. I appreciate these traditions, but even so I felt there was a need for change. Change can always coexist with a tradition… I was thinking we needed this to be a little more in sync with the times, and something that is sheer has a certain appeal. Today, among all the bridal attire you will find, this is possibly the lightest. Therefore, it has a certain otherworldly property that doesn’t come from a six kg lehenga,” explains Radharaman.

A yellow jamdani sari

This, again, came with its own challenges. By weaving it the conventional way one would lose the translucence they were seeking, since there would have been a layer behind it. “To eliminate the layer, we had to do everything by hand, which is essentially a technique called kadwa in Benares and buta otherwise. All the motifs were done by hand so there was no layer of yarn behind it. This way we could maintain the transparence but at the same time have the embellishment and motifs on the body. One also has to remember that the Kanjeevaram is not known for the buta or kadwa; that’s more of a Benarasi technique. So there was a lot of cross-pollination of ideas… Fortunately, with the organzas acceptance from consumers was a bit more instantaneous. People were looking for something like that…”

The motifs

The motifs used on Kanjeevaram saris traditionally draw from Pallava temple architecture and the scriptures, with common motifs being the mayil (peacock), hansam (swan), yazhi (mythical creature), malli moggu (jasmine bud) and the gandaberunda (two-headed bird). How much do they experiment with those?

An orange Kanjeevaram sari 

“I definitely prefer using the traditional elements as much as possible, as that is the design language that defines the genre. Having said that, we do introduce other motifs to fit into the overall theme because, again, we need change there,” says Radharaman. “For our summer bride collection, for example, we did a whole Birds of Paradise series, where we just used birds as an inspiration… We do things in a particular handwriting, and that handwriting has to match. It can’t look like something that’s alien to a genre. That’s the job of a designer—one has to always look at the creation objectively, and also look at it through a filter. For instance, I don’t do very intricate designs on kotas because motifs on the textile tend to get spread out. It tends to look different when rendered from paper to textile—most people don’t understand that part. When I do kota saris I do bold, geometric patterns… My work there is reflective of the technique.”

Kiara Advani pairs chic white top and thigh-high slit flare pants with Rs 1.3 lakh bag on day out

Kiara Advani pairs chic white top and thigh-high slit flare pants with Rs 1.3 lakh bag on day out
  • Kiara Advani was spotted in Juhu, Mumbai today.
  • The actor, who will be seen next in Kabir Singh opposite Shahid Kapoor, nailed summer fashion in her chic and comfy ensemble.
  • Kiara opted for a simple white tee over thigh-high slit flared denim pants, which featured buttons on the sides.
  • She paired her ensemble with open tresses, no-makeup look, tinted glares, beige shoes and an expensive Givenchy classic handbag.
  • The bag that Kiara carried with her ensemble costs a whopping USD 1,890 which is Rs 1,30,715.