Lie flat on the ball with your knees bent for balance. Your knees should be shoulder width apart. Place your hands behind your neck. Squeeze your stomach muscles and bring your torso up and towards the ceiling. Hold for fice counts. Repeat ten times.
John Heily, the chairman and chief executive of Continental Mills Inc., which owns such brands as Krusteaz and Buck Wild, is not, by his own account, a sportsman. “There isn’t a bone in my body that’s a cowboy or even an outdoorsman,” he says.
Making a film meant studio floor. The art directors were so adapt at their work, they could create best of sets and make them look like a real location. They were the master of creating illusion. The rest was done by the cinematographer with his expertise with the lighting.
Earlier known as ‘Tippera’, Tripura is one of the seven states in the north eastern belt of India, often referred to as the ‘Seven Sisters’. Tripura’s physical features differ from north to south with high hills interspersed with valleys and rivers.
Hindi cinema seldom looks at mature love stories, mainly because our society still frowns at middle-aged people looking for romance; the prevailing notion is that after a certain age, people should think of “such things” (read sex) and spend their time in looking after the family or spiritual pur
From the outside, NY Vintage’s faded red awning doesn’t hint at the secrets within. The name is generic. The front windows are half-covered with a dark curtain. A couple of doors down, there’s even a thrift shop.
At the Museum of Ice Cream, patrons can ride in an ice cream sandwich swing, swim in a pool of plastic ice cream sprinkles, and seesaw on a giant ice cream scoop. But you already knew that.
Stand straight and hold the ball with arms stretched straight ahead of you. Then slowly lower your torso while raising one leg so that your body is paralled to the ground. Try and keep your back straight. Hold for a count of ten and switch sides
Carvaan, a digital portable music player which looks like a transistor radio of yore, in itself conjures up the memories of 1960 and 70s. Marketed by Saregama India, the device plays a collection of 5000 Hindi songs, sung and composed by the renowned maestros.
Film buffs can look forward to another very special film — one that makes you think. Definitely a film that will undoubtedly be remembered is ‘Soni,’ a sure winner!
According to reports, the Gujarati film Shu Thayu? (What Happened?) is raking it in at the box-office, making Rs 6.51 crore in four days of its release, with 900 shows on 212 screens in Gujarat and Mumbai.
Ever since the launch of the Calibre 1 back in 2016 with the Monsieur de Chanel people have been buzzing about Chanel's horological rebirth. The French fashion house has made a point to create interesting and in-house movements for all of their latest watches including this year's Calibre 3.
America is in the midst of an increasingly intense love affair with Japanese beef. Witness Don Wagyu, the new shop in downtown New York devoted exclusively to Japanese meat sandwiches that start at $28. The counter sells around 150 a day, including an average of eight $180 Ozaki “sandos.”
Film censorship is a dilemma in India introduced by the British Raj. The idea was to mainly curtail anti-Raj propaganda.
This week’s release, Happy Phirr Bhaag Jayegi continues the small but mostly enjoyable genre of runway girls—spoilt heiresses, more often than not—escaping either an unwanted marriage or an evil relative.