Starting with Siddharth Chaturvedi in Gully Boy, Ananya Panday in Student of the Year 2, and Karan Deol in Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, we saw many new faces in 2019. Familiar faces like Mohit Raina and Tara Sutaria, who already had remarkable careers on television, also got their respective big screen debuts that year, leaving us fairly impressed with their acting chops in Uri: The Surgical Strike, and SOTY2. The spitting image of his father, Ahan just like his father, will mark his entry with an action-packet film, with Tara Sutaria as his heroine.
This is because of the debilitated Jupiter along with Saturn and Mercury, which are in the last of the earth sign, Capricorn, and are positioned in the tenth house. Do not tend to take it extremely lightly.
Google released the data for 2019, detailing the trends and the most searched topics of the year. In addition to the same, it also released top songs, personalities, sports events and news. As for films, the first position was taken by much talked about film Kabir Singh, starring Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani in the lead roles.
Every year-end, we take a look at the stars who shone the brightest and made it into the good books of the fashion police. This year, our choices are our very own Greek God, Hrithik Roshan, and the bubbly Sara Ali Khan.
As we head into a new decade, we look back at some of 2019’s top colour, material and interior design styles that are most likely to influence trends in the coming months.
From Vicky Kaushal to Guru Randhawa, here is a list of male Indian personalities who were in the eye of the public and media. Here are the celebrities who netizens were curious to know more about. Bollywood mourned when actor, writer, director and Jnanpith Award, Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan recipient Girish Karnad passed away on 10 June, 2019, due to multiple organ failures.
Here’s a look at the movers and shakers from the Indian business arena who stayed in the news for many reasons— either for phenomenally growing their business, or taking a bad fall due to mismanagement, for being social-media-influencers, stepping down from their esteemed position or being hugely successful as maverick business persons.
As we wrap up the second decade of the 21st century, it seems appropriate to look back at some of the most influential women of the recent past.
From Ben Stokes’ World Cup highs to Virat Kohli’s utter Test dominance — here are the top cricketers who made 2019 their own. Note: In keeping with the nature of the game we have picked 11, and not 10, players. With no century in the World Cup, the Indian skipper didn't have a great tournament as per his standards. Kohli also became the first Indian to hit a ton in a Day-Night Test match.
It would be fitting, thus, to pause and reflect on the past ten years, which — though they seemed to have sped away almost in a trice — were marked by happenings of historic import. Here we look at events that defined the decade of 2010-2019 for Indians — from the 2011 World Cup win to the abrogation of Article 370, to the Supreme Court judgement (a verdict to end all verdicts?) in the century-old Ayodhya dispute.
Indian politicians say the darnedest things, right? 2019 saw some of the most controversial quotes by our netas. Here are 10 of the best, or let’s say, worst, statements that raised many an eyebrow.
From the ICC World Cup to the UEFA Champions League, here's a look at the year's most searched events in the field of sports in India.
This year, Bollywood saw a range of controversies. While 'Panipat' was under scanner for the portrayal of historical figures, 'Kabir Singh' was criticised for toxic masculinity.
This year, we saw impressive performances by actresses like Bhumi Pednekar, Alia Bhatt, Yami Gautam and Priyank Chopra among others.
This year, we saw a lot of TV stars welcoming their little ones into the world. From Surveen Chawla to Sameera Reddy, here are a list of celebrities who became proud parents in 2019.
It’s the end of the year and time to check on the progress made by women in the Hindi film industry — have they inched forward at all? In the typical Bollywood commercial films like Total Dhamaal, Housefull 4 or Paganpanti, the leading ladies had little to do, but in some action films that were firmly within the mainstream genre, and had major male stars, even the token females were given roles that were not merely decorative — like the small parts played by Yami Gautam and Kirti Kulhari in Uri: The Surgical Strike, Shraddha Kapoor in Saaho, Vaani Kapoor and Anupriya Goenka in War, Mouni Roy in Romeo Akbar Walter, or Adah Sharma and Angira Dhar in Commando 3.