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It is not unusual to see Bollywood stars experiment with their hair colours. And it seems this is the season for hair transformation. Celebrities like Malaika Arora, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Arjun Rampal, Mira Rajput and Genelia Deshmukh have painted their hair in some incredible hues. If you, too, are planning to freshen up your look, scroll down to take cues from these B-town personalities:
Malaika Arora Khan:
Malaika recently decided to change her hair colour and sport a brand new look. Sharing pictures of her blonde highlights, Malaika posted on her Instagram story, "New me". "She looked gorgeous wearing her hair in loose waves and centred in a middle parting. Malaika's light golden highlights are a major change from the darker colour that she previously had."
Genelia has coloured her hair cherry red in an ombre look. She shared a video on Instagram, flaunting her newly painted, lustrous hair with a fresh new haircut. She captioned the post: "There's a shade of Red for every woman."
Mira took to Instagram to share pictures of her new hair makeover. She now sports light brown tresses. She captioned the post: "Refresh with my f(h)airy godmother @nidapatel," she captioned the post.
Shilpa Shetty Kundra:
Shilpa recently shared on Instagram a video in which she was seen sitting at a salon and getting her new hair colour done. The actress chose to colour her hair in burgundy. "A good hair day made even better. It's truly the joy of little things in life," read the caption.
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Arjun chose to go bold and painted his hair platinum blonde. Flaunting his new look, he shared a few pictures on Instagram which instantly became a hit. Arjun's new look is said to be for his upcoming Kangana Ranaut-starrer "Dhaakad" in which he will be seen playing the antagonist. (IANS/AD)
Refuting claims made by many that social media leads to divisive opinions, actor Atul Kulkarni on Tuesday offered his interpretation on the matter.
Kulkarni tweeted: “It’s a misconception that Social Media has CREATED social divide and divisive opinions. They’ve been ever-present and that’s why they managed to surface so quickly and universally. Social Media has just created a TANGIBLE RECORD of how we all think…”
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Commenting on the actor’s tweet, netizens expressed their opinion.
“It has reinforced and legitimized it. This divide may have been there it was never something one could take pride in. Now it’s something one flaunts,” commented a user.
“The sane and sensible voices are drowned in the noise of extreme and polarized views on SM. It wasn’t the case earlier,” suggested another user.
“Perfecto… the hate was always there, social media has helped such people to come out of dormancy,” shared another user.
On the work front, Kulkarni will next be seen in the upcoming thriller titled “A Thursday” alongside Yami Gautam, Dimple Kapadia, Neha Dhupia, and Maya Sara. (IANS/KR)
Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh is proud of how his music label IncInk has grown over the past two years. The actor, who started the initiative with Navzar Eranee, says he doesn’t want newcomers to go through what he experienced when he began his career as an actor.
“When I had decided to chase my dream of becoming an actor years ago, it wasn’t easy getting my foot in the door. I was fortunate enough to build my career through a combination of hard work, passion, and self-belief. I told myself back then that when I become relatively successful, I will try and do something for my fellow dreamers. That’s when the germ of IncInk was sown in my head,” he says.
He adds that he is “blown away” by the talent he has seen so far.
“Today, I feel grateful to have been able to provide a platform to some outstanding new talents. I am blown away by the music that these brilliant young artists have created, and I am continually impressed at their ability to express and create art that is disruptive,” he says.
The actor is especially proud of discovering some artists, such as Kaam Bhaari, Spitfire, Devil – The Rhymer, and SlowCheeta.
“They have evolved into serious musical prodigies of our generation who are now being appreciated far and wide. IncInk has tried to be a vehicle for their artistic growth, becoming the wind beneath the wings of these rare gems,” he says.
Ranveer wants to work on his label and make it a genre-fluid collective.
“Being fluid in this endeavor through genre music, video, visual art, and experiences is what we do here. Ink is a beacon for artists. I would like it to be a lighthouse on the shore. If we can inspire something new, reach somebody unreachable and touch someone so they feel included, that would be fulfilling,” said Ranveer on his new music label.
With this initiative, he urges budding artists not to give up.
“People who work just as hard, oftentimes don’t get that chance and may never get it. Mine was a million to one shot, I was prepared to risk it all and I found my opportunity. Even though I often felt discouraged I persevered. I just want to say if you don’t get it, if you fall, don’t stay down, get up, keep playing. Always be inspired to play. I want to lead by example. So, that’s what we will do through IncInk,” he says.
Navzar adds: “As an artist’s collective, we will not be limited to music releases, videos but we expand on to bigger visions being executed via — IPs, products, and collaborations. The future of IncInk is as an artist collective.” (IANS/KB)
Actor Pankaj Tripathi says irrespective of the character he portrays on screen, he ensures that he adopts an acting style that people can relate to.
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“I make sure that I adopt an acting style that is realistic and relatable. Be it comedy or any other character that I play, I ensure they are projected as human as possible on-screen,” Pankaj said.
He added: “To be able to relate with three different generations of a family is something I never thought I would do one day, and I’m so delighted that I have something to offer to each generation through some of my projects that everybody could enjoy.”
Pankaj has several releases this year including “Mimi”, “83” and “Mumbai Saga” among many others. (IANS/SP)