Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder’, were the words of renowned poet John Keats, and when we ponder on this phrase, we realize how true it is. However, there are some real beauties whose attractiveness are beyond words and have a universal appeal. They are beauty personified! Talking about Indian beauty, we have seen that Indian women are known to be gorgeous and pretty. We have tried to bring together the versatility of Indian beauty in this article, who are celebrities in their own right and has made India proud, time and again. Hope you enjoy scrolling through the page and wishing that our choices coincide.
There’s a reason why Mila Kunis’ marriage to Ashton Kutcher works so well.
In a new interview with Glamour magazine, the Bad Moms star explains exactly why she has such a strong relationship with the actor. Though she admits they’ve had rough patches in the past, Kunis says their bond is now stronger than ever now that they’ve known one another for more than 15 years.
“We can’t bullshit each other. I literally can’t lie to him. He can call me out on everything, and I can do the same, because there’s nothing about the other person’s face that we don’t know,” she says. “We know when they’re acting, thus we know when they’re lying.”
Killer Mike once again gave another informative and moving speech about the injustice in America — namely with the latest rash of recorded police killings. In a radio interview with Hot 107.9, Mike gave some serious suggestions on how to change the system from the inside. He gave some real advice on ways to empower black owned business which can ultimately lead to huge changes in government.
“What we can do is go to your banks tomorrow. You can go to your bank tomorrow. And you can say ‘Until you as a corporation start to speak on our behalf, I want all my money. And I’m taking all my money to Citizen’s Trust’… Apartheid ended in South Africa because students in America said ‘We not flying Delta anymore,” continued Mike.
Fresh off his appearance on Chance The Rapper’s Coloring Book, Francis and the Lights drops a star-studded single of his own with “Friends.” The song, which is actually the original version that was sampled to create Chance’s “Summer Friends,” features backing vocals from Kanye West and Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, who of course know each other well from working together on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and Yeezus.
“Friends” comes complete with a simple but sleek video that finds Francis and Justin doing some synchronized dancing in a studio while Kanye keeps it lowkey in the corner. “[Kanye] heard the song and he liked it,” director Jake Schreier told Pitchfork. “The video’s called ‘Friends,’ and it’s about friends. He and Justin are friends, and me and Francis are friends, and Justin and Francis are friends. It just felt right.”
Wiz Khalifa has no time for drama, instead he prefers love on his new track “No Fighting.” Produced by Purps of 808 Mafia, the laid-back melodic record finds the Taylor Gang general expressing himself to an unknown love interest (potentially Amber Rose?). Young Khalifa raps about taking things slow, and using his energy in the bedroom versus all the arguing and fighting that sometimes pops up in an uneasy relationship.
Catch Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg on the 33-city “High Road Tour” North American tour, kicking off Jul. 20 in in West Palm Beach, FL.
Back in 2000 when Jay Z was pushing Life & Times of Shawn Carter Vol. 3, he gave The Tim Westwood Show about 5 minutes of new verses. A lot of which we heard on the album and freestyles at the time — see“Who Shot Ya.” With Dame Dash right there to add ad-libs — and sh*t talking — Hov let loose.
After being spoofed by Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel last month, Kanye West’s provocative “Famous” video has received yet another parody featuring some of pop’s biggest names.
The BBC rounded up Justin Bieber, Craig David, Carly Rae Jepsen, Nick Jonas, Meghan Trainor and many more to star in this very much SFW (safe for work) version, which finds the stars indulging in some fully clothed pillow talk. The Kanye parody crown still belongs to Seth Rogen and James Franco, though.
In the wake of yet more tragic and unjustified killings of black men at the hands of cops, Termanology and Saigon take to wax to tackle the police brutality problem that continues to plague the country.
“How the hell am I wrong when your people been doing my people wrong for so long?” asks Saigon before Termanology takes a more vicious approach and blazes a powerful verse. “We’re Both Wrong” was produced by the legendary Q-Tip and will appear on Term’s upcoming album More Politics.
Chris Brown felt compelled to release a free song, “My Friend,” for anyone going through turmoil or injustice right now. The recent murders of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile have deeply affected the music community, and Breezy is joins rappers like Meek Mill, The Game, Fabolous and more — who have been vocal on the matter.
After months of speculation, word has it that Kendall Jenneris more than just friends with basketball player Jordan Clarkson.
According to E! News, Jenner, 20, and Clarkson, 24, are “casually dating” though the relationship is “not anything very serious” at the moment. A source also tells the publication that the couple wants to keep things “on the down-low in public.”
It’s been nothing but good times for Gucci Mane since he came out of jail. Not only did he get his body right while inside, but he’s been received with nothing but love as a free man. He’s already recorded a bunch of tracks and the first fans heard came by way of Mike WiLL Made It on “First Day Out The Feds.” For the video, Gucci throws hundreds in the air at his crib and enjoys a chill day at home. Because what else would you rather do than that?
As his partner-in-rhyme awaits to be freed from a Jersey correctional facility, Da$h keeps the Garden State flag flying high with a new V’Don-produced track. On “Now Or Never,” he delivers a more bouncy flow on the gritty beat.
DJ Gregg Street delivered the order once again tonight on Atlanta’s V103 radio stattion with a new one from Gucci Mane. But isn’t your ordinary trap song, Guwop was able to secure a Tupac verse for his West Coast inspired single, “On Me.” Pulled from Pac’s “Fuck Em All” track (as pointed out by 2DBZ) the aggression in Pac’s vocals compliments the built up angst in Gucci.
The newly freed rapper’s Everybody Looking album will be released on July 22.
Music’s biggest stars come together for a greater cause, collaborating on a tribute song for the 49 victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida last month. Produced by BloodPop, Mark Ronson, and Justin Tranter, the song “Hands (A Song For Orlando)” features a lineup of 25 artists that includes: Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Lopez, Britney Spears, Selena Gomez, Gwen Stefani, Nate Ruess, Imagine Dragons, RuPaul, and more.
Released by GLAAD/Interscope Records, proceeds from the song will benefit Equality Florida Pulse Victims Fund, the GLBT Community Center of Central Florida, and GLAAD. Purchase the musical tribute now oniTunes, and click here to support those affected by the tragedy in Orlando.
Fetty Wap is back in freestyle mode. A day after crooning over Mike Jones’ “Flossin” from 2005, the New Jersey hitmaker returns with another remix from the 2000s. This time, Fetty throws puts his vocals over Mystikal’s 2000-hit produced by The Neptunes, “Shake Ya Ass.”
The Jungle Book movie, which is currently showing at cinemas, was originally an Indian folktale which Rudyard Kipling turned into a book. Here is a list of really cool South African folktales that could make great movies.
1. Ungcuka NoDyakalashe (Wolf and Jackal)
Dyakalashe (Jackal) is caught in a farmer’s trap after stealing lambs from a kraal. He then convinces uNgcuka (Wolf) to set him free and take his place in the trap. Naïve uNgcuka falls for this trick. The farmer arrives and discovers uNgcuka in the trap. Conniving uDyakalashe escapes, while uNgcuka pleads for his life in the farmer’s hands. This is a definite tear jerker, and could keep audiences entertained and angry at the same time. The betrayal theme should keep everyone guessing and intrigued. No animal seems to be innocent here, and that makes it even more thought-provoking.
It’s really interesting to find that there are a few South African celebrities who blog, more and more people are seeing how fun and influential blogging is and it’s even more exciting for the fans because they actually get to know more about their favourite celebrities – what they like and what are their thoughts on certain things around our society etc.. Please see list below, if you know any other celebrities – local and international, who blog. Share their urls in the comments section.
Nipsey Hussle started the Independence Day celebration by dropping a new track called “One Hunnit.” Continuing his “Marathon Mondays” weekly campaign, Nipsey returns hours later with the Be Al Be-directed video for “Question #1.” Featuring Uncle Snoop Dogg, Hussle gets that hood love as he roams around the streets and back blocks of Los Angeles.