12112020-LSTC-01.qxd 11/11/2020 11:21 PM Page 1 c m y b RAPPER CARDI B TROLLED Cardi B has sparked a controversy with the promotions of her latest sneaker collection. The rapper was seen posing as Goddess Durga. The pictures show Cardi B as a warrior woman with eight hands, while holding a bright red pair of sneakers. TRIBUNE Back to life Sunny Leone is happy to be back in the world of glitz and glamour as she resumes work. Sunny shared a picture on Instagram and wrote “Work mode!” IANS CHANDIGARH | THURSDAY | 12 NOVEMBER 2020 From treadmill to plant stand to gold; celebs have figured out what they would buy this Dhanteras D HANTERAS, popularly known as the Choti Diwali, is the day of welcoming Goddess Lakshmi. Purchasing gold and silver has been the tradition; the new norms call for appliances, cars and what not. Here are celebs sharing how they have plans to invest in health, a true measure of prosperity. Buying happiness Diwali and that day we go shopping for Diwali. We bring home LakshmiGanesh ji for pujan and light up a diyaa in the evening. It’s considered as a very lucky day to shop for silver or gold ornaments and utensils, so we buy something on this auspicious day, something that we would do this time around too. Every Dhanteras brings positivity and joy so it is a day I look forward to. Happy Dhanteras to all. Every Dhanteras I buy gifts, especially something for my mother. This year too I am going to keep up the tradition. We just pray that Goddess Lakshmi stays happy with us and bestows happiness and prosperity on us. This year we will make rangolis, light diyas and we go to our father’s factory and conduct prayers there. ISTOCK Happiness & prosperity - Jyotica Tangri, singer Sweet memories - Dev Joshi aka Baalveer from (L - R) DEV JOSHI, MUKESH RISHI, RUMANA MOLLA AND SONALI NAIK Baalveer Returns Health is wealth DILJOTT & JYOTICA TANGRI Dhanteras is a festival of happiness and I hope the festival gets me all the happiness and good health. Furthering my good health motto, I am going to get myself a treadmill. Good health leads to happiness. Since my childhood all my pre-Diwali festivities have been beautiful and I expect it to be the same this time too, if not better. – Sonali Naik aka Pushpa from Maddam Sir Nature in my room For me Dhanteras is a sign of positivity, vibrancy and it sets the festive mood. I usually celebrate it by worshipping; decorating my home with colourful lights and flowers; making a rangoli; being with my family and loved ones. This Dhanteras I plan to buy a plant stand for my room, where I can place different indoor flowers and plants on it. Besides this, I would also like to share the joys and happiness with those who need it all the more. I wish to buy utility items and distribute those among the underprivileged. – Diljott, actor Bringing home Lakshmi Dhanteras is called Chhoti c m y b I usually celebrate Dhanteras with my family. We love to eat sweets on Dhanteras. It’s the time of the year where diet takes a backseat. My best Dhanteras memory is when I was 10 there was a function at home with many of my cousins and I was happy to have everyone under one roof. - Rumana Molla, actor Golden day Usually, we buy something for home each Dhanteras. Right now I am shooting in Hyderabad, so I would buy some gold on Dhanteras to mark the occasion. - Mukesh Rishi, actor - Mona GABRIELLA DEMETRIADES & ARJUN RAMPAL NCB summons Arjun’s girlfriend After conducting a raid at Arjun Rampal’s residence on Monday, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) had summoned Rampal’s girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades. The two stars are under the NCB scanner with regard to the drug probe in Bollywood after Sushant Singh Rajput’s demise. On Wednesday paparazzi clicked Gabriella leaving for the NCB office in Mumbai. Gabriella stepped out sporting a black face mask and a huge pair of sunglasses. The NCB has also summoned Arjun Rampal to join the investigation. Meanwhile, during their raid at Arjun’s house, officials were seen taking away a blue suitcase with them.
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