Jackie Shroff's 'Baingan ka Bharta' recipe is a testament to his passion for cooking and his desire to share his love for food with the world. In the video, Jackie demonstrates the art of open flame roasting the eggplant to achieve that smoky flavour.
Bollywood's legendary playback singer, Sonu Nigam has been hitting headlines since last night ever since he got attacked at a music event in Chembur, Mumbai. For the unversed, on February 20, Sonu and his team was allegedly attacked and manhandled by a local MLA's son. As per reports, the unpleasant incident occurred in Chembur Gymkhana and the video of the same has now spread like wildfire on social media platforms. Reportedly, the MLA's son wanted to click a photo with the singer. After being refused, he pushed Sonu as well as one of his team members. Fortunately, no major casualties were reported and Sonu escaped the ruckus unharmed. A day after the shocking incident, Sonu Nigam made his first public appearance on Tuesday morning at the Mumbai airport. Looking all fine, the singer greeted paps and even assured them that he is all right. Take a look...
After two years, the world ringed in the New Year with parties with family and friends. With COVID restrictions eased, people ringed in the New Year like pre-covid times. Several Bollywood celebrities were seen flying out of the city to ring in 2023. Ajay Devgn and Kajol's daughter Nysa, Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan's son Aryan Khan celebrated the New year at a party in Dubai. Pictures of the two partying in Dubai with their friends went viral on social media. (Pics/ Vedant Mahajan's Instagram handle)
Microblogging and social media platforms are experiencing a new digital boom, with millions of users throughout the globe and an annual increase in content flow. Netizens frequently amplify, discuss, criticise, emphasise, and brace content to such an extent that the phrase "viral" has de facto become a part of the lexicon of the "internet community".
Here are the 'most viral' tweets of the year -- 2022.
Ganesh Chaturthi 2023 has begun on the beats of Dhol Tasha and what is really stealing the show at the Ganpati Aagman 2023 are the women Dhol Tasha players. Breaking gender barriers, more and more women are becoming a part of the Dhol Tasha troops making everyone dance at the Ganpati festival 2023 to their beats. What is it really like to be a female dhol tasha player? Watch the video.
Ganesh Chaturthi 2023 is here and many of us are preparing ourselves to bring Ganpati bappa home. If you are also planning to bring Ganpati bappa home this year but are not aware of the Ganpati sthapana vidhi and the Ganpati puja vidhi, worry not. In this video, Panditji explains the entire Ganesh Sthapana vidhi and Ganesh puja vidhi in a simple language so that you can do it yourself.
Ganesh Chaturthi 2023 is just around the corner and it’s time for some festive shopping as we welcome Mumbai Ganpati. When festivals come, do you have to run from pillar to post to gather each item for the festivals? Festive shopping can get tiring and expensive but worry not! We went through Mumbai’s streets to scout for top festive shopping markets in Mumbai for you. From Pooja items, and Ganapati festival decoration to clothes, jewellery and sweets, these markets offer almost everything in one place at cheap prices so that you can save your time and money as we welcome Ganpati 2023 in Mumbai.
Janmashtami 2023 is around the corner and one of the most remarkable and fun elements of this festival is the sport of Dahi handi. As the fever of Dahi Handi grips Mumbai, we bring you extraordinary Dahi Handi groups you need to know about. From the Mazgaon Tadwadi Dahi Handi group which is known to set benchmarks for Dahi Handi techniques and is a world-record holder to the unique girls-only Dahi Handi group and the Dahi Handi group of the Visually Impaired. we bring you real champions. This Dahi Handi 2023, we bring you the making of these champions.
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