Bollywood Wedding of 2018 Starts with Mohit Marwah

A kickass start to Bollywood wedding in 2018

The 2018 big fat Bollywood has already begun with Mohit Marwah. The wedding took place on 20th February, this year. More than 550 people attended the wedding including many Bollywood celebs. Celebrities like Sonam Kapoor, Sridevi, and Karan Johar spotted in the two days wedding Bash in the UAE at Waldorf Astoria, Ras Al Khaimah.

Though people were enjoying the wedding party, there were around 100 people who were working and shedding sweat to make sure that the wedding functions remains smooth.

Mohit Marwah is the son of the owner of the Noida’s film city, Sandeep Marwah. The Kapoor family were busy throughout the wedding ceremony as Anil Kapoor’s nephew is Mohit Marwah.

All About the wedding:

The ceremony began with colourful Mehendi ceremony arranged during the daytime, which was followed by a sparkly cocktail party. The bride was spotted wearing her Manish Malhotra chikankari lehenga in a pastel colour. All the other celebrities who attended the cocktail party were seen wearing designer lehengas as well.

Images of celebrities who attended the kapoor wedding

The official hashtag of the wedding is #antumoh and the social media is breaming with various images en videos of the wedding.

Let’s speak about the Mohit Marwah wedding’s decoration

According to the Gulf News tabloid, the fancy Bollywood wedding plan worked pretty well. Fete Events, a Dubai based event designer was in-charge of maintaining the whole wedding ceremony. According to the wedding planner, the Marwah’s wanted the wedding to be very glamorous. As the guest list is full of Bollywood celebs and everyone had to travel a long way to attain the wedding, they wanted to make the function very memorable as well.

All pre-wedding ceremonies like Mehendi and sangeet had distinct themes and we must say each of them was ravishing. The Mehendi ceremony had Latin American theme and we can clearly say that it was not like a regular Mehendi ceremony. Rather than regular brown mehendi, there were white mehendi. The mehendi ceremony was arranged outside and was having a different theme. The ceremony was held under a huge canopy.

Mohit marwah wedding images

The colour theme was black and rose gold. Apart from it, there was a starlit dance floor as well which enhanced the beauty of the decoration. One of the best parts of the wedding was Arjun Kapoor and Rhea Kapoor playing a family skit. The skit being very well-planned worked very well. The huge chandelier was the main attraction of the wedding.

Narang was the in-charge of everything related to the decoration of the wedding. According to her, the arrangements were quite hectic. Mallika Singh was the helper of Narang and helped her in every arrangement.

Mohit marwah wedding images

Mohit Marwah-Antara Motiwala Got Hitched

Mohit Marwah and his long-term girlfriend, Antara Motiwala became man and wife in front of friends and family after a three days long ceremony. The newest member of the Kapoor clan is a celebrity fashion stylist and had worked with various celebrities in past,

We can without any doubt say that this wedding has been a very happening ceremony and we wish good luck to the newly-wedded couple.

Well, Mona Lisa Never Used L’Oréal ! – Beauty regimens around the world



Beauty Is Skin Deep – “I don’t think she looks beautiful”, quipped Sophie as we were standing before Da Vinci’s famed painting Mona Lisa in Louvre, Paris, jolting me from the spell I was in, savoring the beauty of that ambiguous smile which has kept the world bewitched for centuries. For a few seconds, I remained speechless, being thunderstruck at such weird remark, till I could collect my scattered wits to give her a fitting reply. “That’s because Lisa del Giocondo didn’t know how to apply Loreal Revitalift Anti-Wrinkle Cream. “Are you joking with me?” my French companion looked askance at me. “Beauty is skin deep, my dear” I blurted out in desperation and then added how women have been using beauty aids since time’s immemorial in order to have youthful skin.

beauty regimes

As we wade through :

“Take the case of exotic Egypt,” I added, “where the concept of beautification and body care reached fabulous heights. Egyptian queen Nefertiti had her own blend of kohl which reportedly contained eye-beautifying ingredients, while olive oil was extensively used even by commoners for maintaining youthful skin. Why, Cleopatra, the famed Egyptian beauty not only knew all the secrets and art of makeup but also compiled a book on that subject. She herself indulged in taking her bath in a tub filled with milk, with rose petals floating on it to improve her skin. What’s more, ancient Egyptians had discovered the formula to treat stretch marks – efforts to keep their skin healthy and beautiful.”


“Gorgeous Greece too,” I reminded Sophie, “has a long and celebrated history of women having divine skin complexion. This is one of the reasons why a stunning beauty is often called a Greek Goddess. Aphrodite, who has been featured in western art as a symbol of female beauty was known for her alabaster white complexion, while the flawless skin of Helen of Troy caused one of the bloodiest of wars in Greek history. Greek women reportedly used white lead mixed with olive oil to whiten the skin. Although this made their face visibly lighter, it was a death trap because this invariably led to lead poisoning – a fatal disease condition.”


Other Beauty Instances:

“Let’s take a look at what the Japanese have done with their skin,” I meekly mentioned before Sophie who just refused to budge, pulled a chair at the nearest bistro and ordered coffee. “Even though Japanese women,” I continued, “have long been associated with glowing, healthy skin; the everlasting image that pops up in your mind when someone says Japanese beauty is none but that of a Geisha.”

“Geishas,” I confirmed, “not only used rice flour-based paste as a foundation but also used bird poop to remove heavy makeup from their face. The active chemical reportedly worked wonders with their skin, rejuvenating and replenishing it with lost skin revitalizing elements.”


Few More Interesting Facts:

“Shocking Elizabethan era in England,” I pointed out as we finished the coffee and proceeded towards Arc de Triomphe, Standing proud at the end of the Champs-Élysées, will provide you with some of the weird practices English women indulged in, to heighten their skin condition. In order to get the much desired pale color, they not only used lead (Pb) in their make-ups but also consumed arsenic that gave a white glow to the skin, albeit at the cost of their lives. Some women often used leeches that would bleed them out to achieve pale white skin.”


Our Very Own Motherland :

“Let us look to Ayurvedic India,” I commented to make Sophie understand how India’s age-old Ayurvedic preparations had helped improve women’s skin, some of which are still used by women now. For example:

    • Prepare a powder by mixing equal quantities of turmeric, amla, and neem One teaspoonful of this powder, taken twice a day will keep your skin glowing till your dying days.
    • Take 100 ml. of coconut oil and add 5 grams of powdered camphor to it. Put this mixture in a glass bottle and screw the cap on tightly. Put the bottle in sunlight for two hours. Applying this mixture on the skin will give it a youthful look.

All said and done, beauty perhaps is more than skin deep because there is more to being physically attractive than just good looks. While some believe that physical looks attract the people most, there is another aspect of human characteristics that attract more which is called dynamic physical attractiveness.

How to Wear an Indian Saree in a Traditional Way

The Indian Saree is the garment most used by women in India and other countries of the Indian subcontinent such as Nepal. A piece of seamless fabric of about five meters that is usually rolled over the petticoats, while the edge passes over the shoulder leaving the belly exposed in an elegant way. In addition, many Western women take advantage of their trips to the Indian subcontinent to get a Saree and wear it, for example, during special dinners in their hotels.

How-to-wear-Indian saree

The Saree (piece of cloth in Sanskrit) is the typical female garment in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Myanmar, Malaysia, and Singapore. The history of the Indian Saree goes back to the civilization of the Indus Valley, which flourished between the years 2800-1800 a.C. in the western part of the Asian subcontinent. The first representation that exists of the Saree is the statue of a Hindu priest during this time.

An Indian Saree is a dress that reveals as much as it hides and its use is an art that requires practice since a properly draped Saree transforms any woman and turns her into someone elegant, sensual and stylish. The feeling of luxury that a woman experiences when using one is majestic.

But just as a well-worn Saree enhances the figure and even the personality of the person wearing it, a Saree that is clumsily put on can likewise spoil the whole appearance of the woman, even if it is the prettiest and most expensive in the world.

Today there are many Sarees available in many fabrics, colors, textures, prints, embroidery and tend to be more daring in design than traditional ones.

Basic Style to Wear Indian Saree:


The Saree is divided into three parts: the petticoat or petticoat, the blouse (choli) and the fabric (Saree, which usually measures about 5 meters long).

These are the main steps to learn how to put on a Saree.

Step 1:


1. Put on the petticoat, or petticoat (that is long to the ground and tied tightly at the waist with a cord).

2. Then put on the blouse, which has to be tight to the body and cover the entire bust.



After step one, take the Saree and insert the smooth end (without adornments) of the Saree into the skirt at navel height, making sure that the other end touches the ground. Of a complete return to the fabric, in the opposite sense of the clock.



Now, we have to make the folds. It should make 7 to 10 folds and measure about 5 centimeters wide. Keep them well together so that they fall straight and level.



Insert the folds in the waist making sure they are a little to the left of the navel, and that they open to the left as if they were a fan.



The rest of the piece is wrapped around the body again, going from right to left and then making the same folds of step 4 with the ornate end of the Saree or pallu. Finally, pass the pallu over the left shoulder.

You can prevent it from falling or leaving the folds by placing a small pin or safety pin on the shoulder of the blouse, the waist and another at the end of the pallu.

You already have the Saree on, congratulations!

Also, read Manushi Chhillar – Miss World 2017 – Facts and Photos

Manushi Chhillar – Miss World 2017 – Facts and Photos

Manushi Chhillar

Yes! Indian Girl Ms. Manushi Chhillar has won the crown of Miss World – 2017 after a whopping 17 years. It is really a proud moment for India and we Indians are too happy – Aren’t we?

This year, Miss World event was organized on 18th of November – 2017 in Sanya (CHINA) – The first official announcement was made on the pageant’s official twitter handle – “The winner of Miss World 2017 is Miss India Manushi Chhillar,” the tweet said.

Reita Faria was the first ever Indian who has won the Miss World crown in the year of 1966. Aishwarya Rai had won Miss World in the year 1994. Then Diana Hayden bagged the title in 1997. Priyanka Chopra won Miss World title in the year 2000 and one year after Yukta Mookhey has made the country proud.

Manushi Chhillar (Born on 14th May – 1997) in Haryana. Her parents are doctors. Her father Dr. Mitra Basu Chhillar is a scientist at the Defence Research and Development Organisation. And her mother is also a doctor. Dr. Neelam Chhillar is an associate professor and head of the Department of Neurochemistry at the Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences. She is a medical student from Sonipat – Haryana (India) who has also won the title of Femina Miss India 201 on 25th June 2017.

Manushi Chhillar has completed her studied at St. Thomas’ School in New Delhi. She is also pursuing a medical degree at the Bhagar Phoo Singh Government Medical College for Women in Sonipat – Haryana.

Manushi Chhillar is the 6th Indian Woman who has won this crown. The very first Miss World Crown was won by Priyanka Chopra in the year 2000.

Here is a ride over Manushi’s journey from being a normal medical student to the next rising star of India.

Some Unknown Facts about Manushi Chhillar:

Here are some unknown facts about her – you would surely love to know it.

Manushi Chhillar has competed with other 108 contestants and won this Miss World crown for India.

She has made it to the top 5 spots in the pageant.

She has left far behind other contestants from Kenya, Mexico, France, and England.


In the question answers round, she was asked:”Which profession she deserves the highest salary and why?”

Then she bravely answered which has won hearts of many – She answered:” “I think a mother is of the highest respect. I don’t think it’s just about cash but love and respect she gives to someone. She is the biggest inspiration in my life. A mother should get the highest respect.”

Have you got the goosebumps?? Why not? Many of the people felt the same.

She is a travel freak and we would love to travel new places with her!

She is also a fitness freak.

Manushi Chhillar has also attended the National School of Drama.

There are very few people know that she is also a Kuchipudi Dancer and she has learned this dance form from legendary dancers Radha and Raja Reddy and Kaushalya Reddy.

Her smile is so sweet to die for – Isn’t it?

Isn’t it a proud moment for every Indian citizen when this beauty brings home Miss World crown after 17 years.