Manushi Chillar : I Enjoy being in Front of the Camera

by June 19, 2018 0 comments

Manushi ChillarMiss World 2017 Manushi Chillar has recently discovered her love for the camera. Her decision for Bollywood remains uncertain as she likes to take things as they come. She feels despite having not completed college she learns something new everyday.

Miss World 2017 MANUSHI CHHILLAR, who is going to give away her Miss India title to her successor on Tuesday night, says, Team Viva

“I still have six months to go as Miss World. I haven’t completed my college and I am also learning something everyday. This industry was something I have never seen and I didn’t know anything about. I was not even a person who watched a lot of movies. I do enjoy being in front of the camera and that is something new. When such a situation (Bollywood offers) comes and I have to make a choice, I will know a definite answer.”

It’s totally incredible to be the face of the sixth edition of a wedding show. I had a great time shooting with all the gorgeous outfits and jewellery and if the roster of the main event is anything to go by, this is a definite must-visit for everybody with a wedding on their mind

— Kangana Ranaut

Former actress Sonali Bendre, who turned bestselling author with her book Modern Gurukul: My Experiments with Parenting, pursued her passion further by initiating a book club over a social media platform. The new author hopes to encourage people to read more often and have an interesting exchange of ideas and thoughts. She will be encouraging regional authors as well.

Justin celebrates fatherhood

Singer JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE says his son Silas makes him feel love that he didn’t know existed. “The last three years of my life have brought more joy than I could ever imagine. Being a father is such a trip. An amazing discovery everyday,” Timberlake wrote, captioning a series of four pictures, including one of Silas watching his superstar father in concert. Timberlake also gave a shout-out to fellow fathers saying,“And to all the dads out there: Keep on keeping on! Our children are watching and listening more than we know! I’m celebrating you all today!” To his son, he said, “It’s an honour to be your Daddy. I will always be there to pick you up when you fall, to lift you up when you are ready to soar through this thing called life.”

Writer: Team Viva

Courtesy: The Pioneer

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