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Prime Focus joins hands with Pritam and Kwan to create JAM8

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Prime Focus Limited, the world’s largest independent integrated media services powerhouse, which provides end-to-end creative services (visual effects, stereo 3D conversion and animation) and post-production services (Digital Intermediate and picture post) to the Media and Entertainment industry, announces its collaboration with Jam8, a musical platform founded by Indian music composer/director Pritam, and KWAN, a leading talent management company to serve as a 360-degree creative solution provider for the M&E industry.

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Create a style statement with Sitara’s new range of footwear collection

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Sitara, a designer wear brand has introduced the new fashionable and stylish footwear for women. The new range of footwear is comfortable and a perfect choice for daily wear with a contemporary design yet comfortable and durable.

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Apollo Hospitals Creates GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS(R) by Forming the Largest Human Image of a Human Bone To Educate & Create Awareness on Knee Diseases.

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By Vivek K. Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Apollo Hospitals Navi Mumbai, the leading super-specialty tertiary care hospital formed the Largest Human Image of a Human Bone and created a Guinness World Records®. The initiative was undertaken to create awareness on knee diseases and arthritis. Over 948 people from all walks of life united to form the largest human image of a human bone, highlighting the need to address the rise in osteo-arthritis and knee disease. The event saw participants from Navi Mumbai, Mumbai and Thane as well as surrounding districts participate in creating the formation of the knee joint with immense enthusiasm.

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Class 12 students create dining out app for the elderly and the disabled

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Most restaurants present challenges for the elderly and the physically challenged – too many stairs to climb, dim lighting, boisterous crowd, etc. What if they could be forewarned about these challenges? Comfort Zone, an app developed by Jayati Sood and Arav Agarwal, Class 12 science students of The Mother’s International School, started out as an attempt to answer this question.

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Experts at Bhatia Hospital create awareness on Food Adulteration as part of World Quality Week

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Bhatia Hospital held a special community workshop as part of its World Quality week celebrations on Tuesday in the hospital premises. The programme aimed at promoting awareness among the residents of the city through various sessions on current trends in “safety and quality” in diet, infection control and right method of exercising.

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Bhagyashree Deshpande collaborates with Fevicol A+ in an attempt to create Limca Book of Records at High Street Phoenix in Mumbai for creating the largest paper quilling Ganesha idol

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Bhagyashree Deshpande attempting Limca Book of Records for tallest Paper-quilling Ganpati idol supported by Fevicol A+, along with kids

Fevicol A+, a specialized adhesive brand for crafting from the house of Pidilite, supported artist Bhagyashree Deshpande in the attempt to etch her name in the prestigious Limca Book of Records by creating the largest paper-quilling Ganesh idol at the High Street Phoenix premises in Mumbai.

Unveiled today, in the build-up to the Ganesh Chaturthi at High Street Phoenix in Lower Parel, the idol stands five feet and two inches tall. Made from 40,000 paper strips glued together with 50 bottles of Fevicol A+ of 85 gms each had been largely completed beforehand by Deshpande and had 50 students from schools across Mumbai come together for applying the finishing touches today. Read more

WhatsApp launches Radio Ad Campaign to create awareness about misinformation

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

As a part of the on-going educational campaign by WhatsApp on user safety, WhatsApp has initiated a radio campaign to create awareness about misinformation circulated on the platform. Through this radio campaign, WhatsApp urges its users to be cognizant of the messages they receive and be mindful before forwarding.

The first phase of the educational campaign started on August 29 with radio ads across 46 Hindi speaking radio stations of AIR across 7 states like Bihar, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. The second phase of the campaign starts on September 5 with radio ads across 83 radio stations of AIR across the states of Assam, Tripura, West Bengal, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Orissa and Tamil Nadu. These campaigns will run in eight regional languages i.e. Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Telugu, Oriya and Tamil and will run for a 15-day duration. The campaign has been designed in an easy to understand format to help user’s spot misinformation and further sensitize them about the challenges of fake news and addressing these as a society. Read more

PLANART, an initiative of Priyanka Chhabra, with a vision to create “cultural enlightenment” through art

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(L-R) Artist Mousumi Biswas, Mrs. Priyanka Chhabra, Mr. Gautam Chhabra & Artist Naman Mahipal

Priyanka volunteered with KHUSHII NGO for several years, supporting art events that were used as fund-raising for Khushii’s activities to support education for underprivileged children. It was after this exposure that her passion for art was ignited and she decided to launch PlanArt to hold group shows and promote scintillating artworks.

Venue:  Alliance Francaise de Delhi, 72 KK Birla Lane, Max Muller Marg, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 1110003

The Exhibition is on till Sunday, 19th August, 2018 from 12 noon- 09 pm Read more

SHEINxME Fashion Merch is all set to create a new dynamic in the fashion industry with its first ever fashion show on 25th August, 2018 in Mumbai

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SheinxMe Fashion Merch Final Audition

India’s fastest growing fashion online store, SHEIN announced SHEINxME Fashion Merch on its first anniversary in the Indian Market for all fashionistas and the prep has already begun.

SHEINxME Fashion Merch concluded their final auditions on 4th August, 2018 to choose 30 dynamic fresh faces out of 7000 entries received. The aspiring youngsters with dreams in their eyes put their best foot forward and admitted that getting through theSheinxMe Fashion Merch auditions would be their big break. Read more

“We create action that is still real,” says stunt coordinator, Wade Eastwood of Mission: Impossible – Fallout

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Director McQuarrie’s vision was to deliberately give the film, Mission: Impossible – Fallout a different look without taking out crucial core values of the iconic action franchise.

Every Mission: Impossible film features Cruise performing one unforgettable, death-defying stunt. In Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, it was climbing Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest skyscraper and In Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, it was hanging from the door of an Airbus A400M Atlas military transport plane as it takes off.

Commenting on the same, McQuarrie said, “Mission: Impossible is all about practical stunts, practical action and real locations with as little green screen as humanly possible. Tom is ready and willing to do just about anything we can conjure up. So you have to find ways to put the camera where you can see that your star is actually performing these stunts, so everything is designed around putting Tom in the center of the action.”

For Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Cruise and McQuarrie intensified the excitement by designing a series of extraordinary stunts certain to leave audiences without breath. Adding further, McQuarrie said, “Tom spent over a year preparing for this movie. There was a lot of speculation about what the stunt would be. I had to clarify that he was preparing for a sequence of stunts. There is more danger in this sequence than I have ever seen; Tom was constantly in peril.”

The first stunt sequence was shot in New Zealand and was known as the ‘long-line’ which involved Cruise climbing up a rope dangling from a helicopter flying at roughly 2,000 feet and then free-falling 40 feet onto the payload at the end of the rope and bouncing off of it.

According to Cruise, the stunt was in the design and planning stages for two years. “It was definitely one of the most extreme things we did on this movie, but you can’t get this stuff on a green screen. It’s very technical: You have to figure out what the helicopter can hold, the payload, where you can put the cameras, what the angles can be. All the rigs have to check out, any little particle that comes off and hits the rotor blades is a real problem. It required great flying from the pilot and rigging from the stunt guys, who all did an incredible job.”

As thrilling as the stunts are, the crew always avoided crossing over into unrealistic superhero territory, says stunt coordinator Wade Eastwood. “We create action that is still real. I think that’s why audiences relate to his character in these movies. Ethan Hunt is a human being. He knows what he’s got to do. He doesn’t always pick the easiest way to do it, but he throws everything at it, so we have to create action and stunts that can wow the audiences while also giving them a laugh and being believable.”  Read more