09102020-LSTC-01.qxd 10/9/2020 12:09 AM Page 1 c m y b TRIBUNE Inspired! Manushi Chhillar, who will make her Bollywood debut with Prithviraj, says she is deeply inspired by film-maker S.S. Rajamouli. CHANDIGARH | FRIDAY | 9 OCTOBER 2020 OF BRIGHT HUES As the world steps out, it’s time to make a fashion statement with a pop of colour, prints and sequins Gurnaaz Kaur PAYAL GHOSH ‘Not apologising to anyone’ T HIS season in fashion has been different with workfrom-home being the deciding factor in many ways. A list of must-haves, colour palette to choose from, formal and casual-wear; how to mix and match or add that oomph with accessories... Here are the latest trends for this winter. It’s as much a season of pop colours, as it is of versatile neutral tones. “These brighten everyone’s day and elevate the wardrobe instantly. Rather than going for traditional shades, try your hand at something loud, such as blue or red. Let it be your daytime look or may be in office and carry it on as party-wear; these bright colours with fabric masks can be perfect for everyone,” says celebrity designer Monisha Jaising. Mix & match Melodrama founder Aina Mahajan believes it is a mix of basics and pastels. “People are opting for versatile pieces. For RICHA CHADHA On Wednesday, during the hearing of the defamation suit filed by Richa Chadha against Payal Ghosh at the Bombay High Court, Payal’s lawyer stated that she was ready to tender an unconditional apology to Richa. The lawyer said Payal ‘innocently’ made the alleged defamatory statement against Richa. Payal had named Richa during her #MeToo allegations on Anurag Kashyap. While her lawyer said Payal is ready apologise, the actress has now changed her mind. After her lawyer’s statement went viral, Payal took to Twitter and wrote, “I have nothing to do with Ms Chadha. We as women have got to stand with each other, shoulder to shoulder. I don’t want any unintentional harassment to her or me on this matter. My fight for justice is against only Mr Kashyap & I want to focus solely on that right now. Let’s make the world see his true face.” In another tweet, she added, “I am not apologising to anyone. I have not wronged nor have I given a wrong statement about anyone. I just said what @anuragkashyap72 told me. #SorryNotSorry.” BRIGHT AND COLOURFUL OUTFITS BY DESIGNER MONISHA JAISING the day, print is definitely a personal favourite, be it tie and dye or subtle florals. A denim jacket with detailing or even motifs would make the perfect addition to your wardrobe.”Although the transition is quite seamless for varied occasions, but for those who like to compartmentalise, designer Sonu Gandhi says, “For office one can never go wrong with whites, blacks and navy blues. For parties, you can rock with ultramarine green, mandarin red or any silver or gold.” People are too used to being at home now and wearing comfortable athleisure. Adds Monisha “The mindset has changed; no more very tight and heavy clothing or six-inch heels; it is all a matter of the past. It is all about comfort and multifunctional clothing now.” Shine out Aina prefers more accessories, “Layered chokers and chain necklaces, stacked bracelets or statement earrings — I love them all. The more you add, the better your look becomes.” Monisha, on the other hand, thinks even minimal touch of jewels can highlight your FOR PARTIES, YOU CAN ensemble. “With ROCK WITH ULTRAMARINE western outfit, GREEN, MANDARIN RED OR one should only ANY SILVER OR GOLD. wear a pair of SONU GANDHI, DESIGNER earrings or layer the necklaces and ❝ (L-R) MONISHA JAISING, AINA MAHAJAN AND SONU GANDHI Bigg Boss 14housemate Rahul Vaidya says B-Town singers not paid for film recordings Shockingrevelation RAHUL VAIDYA VERSATILE CREATIONS BY DESIGNER AINA MAHAJAN Bollywood playback singer Neha Kakkar had recently made a shocking revelation about singers not being paid in the Hindi film industry. Now, Rahul Vaidya has made similar allegations. Rahul, who is currently a housemate on Bigg Boss 14, said singers indeed don’t get paid for film recordings. In April, Neha had said: “We do not get paid for singing in Bollywood at all. What happens is they feel that if we give a super-hit song, the singer will earn through shows. I get a good amount from live concerts and everything, but Bollywood does not have this scene. To make us sing a song, they do not pay.” Her contention had been backed by singer NEHA KAKKAR Aditya Narayan, who had said they did not get a “single penny” in Bollywood and that there is a “pandemic in the music industry”. Now, Rahul has made the same revelation. “It’s a very subjective decision, but yes it Aaishvary Thackeray and Alaya F cutting an elaborate cake, while others around wishing him. In her caption, Smita mentioned Alaya. On the other side, in his Instagram story, birthday boy Aaishvary tagged his mother and Alaya and added a red heart emoji. Meanwhile, in January, Aaishvary was spotted attending the premiere of Alaya’s debut film, Jawaani Jaaneman. c m y b Pronounced shoulders: Big, puffy shoulders are popular these days. Many celebrities are seen donning dresses like that. This style gives a sense of authority and is your first step to power dressing. 2 3 Flared-leg pants: There is nothing more versatile than a flared pant, especially in denim. It looks stylish and is comfortable. Go oversize: It is not just stylish and comfortable, but it makes your presence felt. Be it a shirt, jacker of sweatshirt… Choose the clothing that celebrates movement. 4 5 Monochrome: There is nothing more flattering than a solid-coloured outfit from head to toe. Layer it up: Layering your clothes is an art with endless possibilities. chains; simple and easy.” A tip in this department from Sonu is, “Match your masks with your outfits; same fabrics, same colours. Rely more on wardrobe neutrals and classic pieces. Monochrome look with a hint of bling is going to rock this season.” email@example.com Hollywood star Salma Hayek has revealed that when it comes to connecting with her inner beauty, she looks at goddess Lakshmi. “When I want to connect with my inner beauty, I start my meditation focusing on the goddess Lakshmi, who in Hinduism represents wealth, fortune, love, beauty, maya, joy and pros- is correct that singers are not paid for film recordings, and I don’t want to shy away from that fact. But yes, at the same time singers make tonnes of money from their live performances,” Rahul said. He points out that an “unsaid understanding” has developed between the producers and composers on one side and the singers. “They tell us we make a lot of money from shows, so they don’t pay for film recordings of the songs. The idea is technically wrong. It is like telling an actor that you don’t charge for films because you would get money from endorsements. How does that make sense? It is technically wrong,” he pointed out. — IANS Shilpa Shetty Kundra, who is currently in Manali for the shoot of Hungama 2, took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared details of her son Viaan’s school project. She posted an animated video made by Viaan that paid a tribute to actor Sonu Sood. The video shows the animated version of Sonu making arrangements for two migrant workers to help them reach home. 1 For inner beauty… Alaya dating Bal Thackeray’s grandson? Worthy of praise Alaya F who made her Bolly, wood debut opposite Saif Ali Khan in Jawaani Jaaneman was recently seen partying with Bal Thackeray’s grandson, Aaishvary Thackeray, in Dubai. It was Aaishvary’s birthday bash. Both Aaishvary and his mother, Smita Thackeray, shared glimpses from the party on their social media accounts. The video shared by Smita on Instagram shows the birthday boy TOP FIVE TRENDS Shilpa Shetty Kundra’s son Viaan pays a tribute to Sonu Sood Salma Hayek turns to goddess Lakshmi perity. Somehow her image makes me feel joyful, and joy is the greatest door for your inner beauty,” Hayek stated on Instagram, along with a picture of the goddess that she has posted. While Varun Dhawan and fashion designer Manish Malhotra liked the post. Actress Bipasha Basu wrote: “amazing”. — IANS
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