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Hong Kong, April 12, 2017: Actress and model Lisa Ray is serious about the beauty business and will soon be seen in a documentary based on the beauty world.

Lisa revealed this on her Twitter account on Wednesday with an image of herself taken during a shoot.

“So empowering to get real about the beauty business. Fab shoot for upcoming doc the ‘Beauty Machine’, Hong Kong,” she captioned the photograph.

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The actress also shared the news that she is heading to Mumbai, her “second home”.

“Going to miss my boys like crazy, but excited to jet off to my second home Mumbai for more adventures,” she tweeted.

On the acting front, the 45-year-old was last seen in Ram Gopal Varma’s biographical action film “Veerappan”. (IANS)

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Twitter Tests new Advertisement Strategy for Trending Topic

When tapped, ads under "Promoted Trend Spotlight" would open a feed of tweets with one of the advertiser's related tweets at the top

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Twitter earlier replaced the "Moments" feature with "Explore" that serves as the home for finding out what's happening on Twitter, including trends. Pixabay

Micro blogging site Twitter is reportedly starting to test a new advertising strategy to boost revenue from its trending topics.

The “Promoted Trend Spotlight” ads put a big visual banner equipped with a GIF or image background atop the “Explore” tab, TechCrunch reported on Thursday.

The banners appear for the first two times a user visits that day, according to the report.

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Twitter earlier replaced the “Moments” feature with “Explore” that serves as the home for finding out what’s happening on Twitter, including trends.

The “Promoted Trend Spotlight” ads are bought as an add-on to the existing “Promoted Trends” ads that are inserted amongst the list of Twitter’s most popular topics, the TechCrunch report said.

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“We are continuing to explore new ways to enhance our takeover offerings and give brands more high-impact opportunities to drive conversation and brand awareness on our platform,” a Twitter spokesperson was quoted as saying.

When tapped, ads under “Promoted Trend Spotlight” would open a feed of tweets with one of the advertiser’s related tweets at the top. (IANS)