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Pihu beats Trapped on the first day

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A film with just a 2 year old protagonist trapped in an apartment- Pihu, has beaten the first-day collection of Vikramaditya Motwane’s Rajkummar Rao starrer Trapped. The day 1 collection of Trapped was 25 lakhs whereas; Pihu’s first-day collection is 45 lakhs.

Both the films have a similar storyline where the protagonist of the film is trapped in an apartment. The Rajkummar starrer had many supporting casts to add to the story and in Pihu, there is only a 2 year old child pulling the entire film and making it an unforgettable thriller. The film has already recovered the production cost on the very first day of the release.

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Celebrate Children’s Day, ‘Colours of Life Sinchana 2018′ supported by Embassy Group have once again teamed up with LXL Ideas Pvt Ltd

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

Dance competition by student of government school

To celebrate Children’s Day, Colours of Life supported by Embassy Group have once again teamed up with LXL Ideas Pvt Ltd to run the fun-filled and vibrant ‘Colours of Life Sinchana’ event, across 14 government schools at Ambedkar Bhawan. Now in its third year, Colours of Life Sinchana 2018 again offered the opportunity to participate in an action-packed interschool competition – with a host of exciting categories such as essay writing and public speaking to creative contests for mehendi design, dance, singing and fancy dress.

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Children’s Day celebration at Seawoods Grand Central Mall

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

Children participating in 'Be Creative' competition at Seawoods Grand Central Mall

To commemorate this year’s Children’s Day, Seawoods Grand Central Mall welcome children for 2 days of fun filled activities. Around 1200+ kids from over 110 Mumbai schools will participate in a specially designed ‘Be Creative’ competition. Supported by their parents and mentors, these children will be able to unveil their creative potential and win exciting prizes. One winner will get HP printer which would be WiFi enabled. The activities will be hosted between November 13 and 14, and participation is open for children within the age group of 5 to 15 years.

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Celebrate This Thanksgiving Day at JW Kitchen

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

It is that time of the year, which conjures images of home-cooked meals and extended family gatherings around the dinner table to celebrate the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year.

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“6 Steps to Choosing the Right Cooking Oil this World Diabetes Day” by Priyanka Kharbanda, Nutritionist, Modi Naturals

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

Looking through the labels of each and every bottle of cooking oil at your local grocery can be cumbersome. Labels and ingredients may be confusing and you may come across terms such as ‘oryzanol’, ‘oxidation’ and ‘smoke point’, and not everything may make sense at once. The fact is that different menus and recipes call for different cooking oils. You may require one thing for frying and another for making salads. In view of the fact that 8.7% of Indians in the age group of 20 years to 70 years suffer from diabetes, one needs to take into account the imperatives of taste, health and cooking in equal measure. Also, you must bear in mind whether the oil is likely to breakdown when left alone for days. Given below are 6 important points to consider by Priyanka Kharbanda, Nutritionist, Modi Naturals when buying the most suitable oil for your purposes this World Diabetes Day.

1. Consider the proportion of different types of fat to keep diabetes at bay.
Our bodies need a variety of healthy fats which are naturally found in different proportions in edible oils. To understand which fats are healthy and which are not, you must remember that unsaturated fats are good and help to reduce you and your loved ones’ risk of cardiovascular disease while saturated fats are unhealthy. You can recognize saturated fats by the fact that they remain solid at room temperatures and are not easily affected by chemicals in the environment. They can be used for cooking at higher temperatures. Polyunsaturated fats and monounsaturated fats are both liquid at room temperatures but the former are less stable for cooking purposes. Polyunsaturated fats also change their chemical composition when kept in the open for long. HDL (High Density Lipoprotein) cholesterol is fat that helps remove other types of fat from your body as opposed to LDL (Low Density Lipoprotein) cholesterol.

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YRF’s Thugs of Hindostan set to collect over 50 crore on Day 1, the iconic Amitabh-Aamir pair creates Box Office History!

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Thugs of Hindostan has decimated all previous opening day box office records in the history of Bollywood as it becomes the first film ever to breach the 50 crore net mark on day one as well as on any single day. These are based on early estimates and final opening day number will be announced tomorrow morning.

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Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star – Day Four – 29th October, 2018

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Film Schools: Education vs Reality panel with Actor Sahil Vaid, Jiten Singh, Rahul Puri, Aarti Kudav, Aditi Singh and Filmmaker Shashank Khaitan at Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star

Day four, 29th October 2018 of the Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star saw two extremely interesting and pertinent panel discussions.

  • Pushing the envelope on LGBTQ cinema in India with Filmmakers Onir, Vandana Kataria, Actor Rajit Kapur, Filmmaker Sridhar Rangayan and RJ Rohini Ramnathan at Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival with Star

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Corporates in Bengaluru join hands for International Day of the Girl Child

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International Day of the Girl Child is observed on October 11, as declared by the United Nations in 2011. The day recognizes the unique challenges faced by the girl child all over the world. Read more

Cankids..Kidscan and Pallium India celebrate Hospice & Palliative Care Day

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“It is an elephant in the room that we can no longer ignore. 55 million people in our country are victims of catastrophic health expenditure every year. Paying for health services pushes them into poverty. Children drop out of school, people lose their jobs and the ripple effect continues long after the patient is gone. India is somewhere near the bottom in the list of countries that have quality health care. But that need not be so. Palliative Care can reach hundreds and thousands of homes at very little cost.” Says Padma Shri awardee 2018 & Chairman Pallium India – Dr M.R Rajagopal, Read more

Gifts for Boss Day from William Penn

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William Penn_Salisbury_Silk Navy Tie With Micro Polka + Cufflinks And Pocket Square Red_Rs.3499

The best gifting options for that special guy in your life; your boss, your mentor, your guru. Thank him with a gift that he will remember you. Read more