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Kiara Advani Looks Bewitching in Black in her Newest Fashion Outing (View Pics)



Kiara Advani was amongst the many winners at the Dadasaheb Phalke Awards 2021. The actress wore a stunning black outfit for the and needless to say, she nailed it to the hilt. Kiara’s styling was on fleek and she exuded all the glamorous vibes through her #ootn. Kiara’s brilliant team of stylists includes Lakshmi Lehr who’s known for styling stunners like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Anushka Sharma and Ananya Panday in the past. Kiara’s black lehenga choli was apt for the soiree and we are going gaga over her choice.  Face-Off: Kiara Advani or Penty – Who Nailed this Yellow Atelier Zuhra Outfit Better?

The stunning black self- ghagra choli was designed by SVA Couture. Kiara paired it with nothing but a pearl choker necklace and allowed her outfit to shine the brightest. With minimal makeup and hair in a messy ponytail, she kept her styling simple with no drama whatsoever. The outfit was a clear winner on our end and we certainly think she weaved some beautiful magic with it. Kiara Advani Is Radiating Positivity, Being All Haute and Happening in Couture for Cosmopolitan Magazine Photoshoot!

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Coming to her professional side, Kiara’s next release will be Shershaah with beau, Sidharth Malhotra. The movie is scheduled to hit the screens on July 2, 2021. Post which, she also has Bhool 2 with Kartik Aaryan and Jug Jugg Jeeyo with Varun Dhawan. This further means an opportunity for us to see her sizzle in multiple outfits for her round of promotions!

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Sadhna Sargam Birthday Special: 10 Songs Of The Brilliant Singer That Will Leave You With Great Memories




The National Award-winning singer Sadhna Sargam celebrates her birthday today. She has one of the sweetest and melodious voices ever in Bollywood. She has a unique voice quality that gels well with nearly everyone and that’s why she was quite sought-after in the late 80s and the 90s. She sings in nearly 27 regional languages, which perhaps is a record for any female playback singer. She has won several awards for her incredible voice. Kumar Sanu Reveals He Has Never Received A National Award, Veteran Singer Says ‘It Is Evident That A Lot Of Manipulations Happen’

So on her birthday today, we thought we would introduce you to this amazing singer called Sadhna Sargam and her songs. Just listen to these 10 tracks and you will know why we just love her!

Har kisi ko nahi milta – Jaanbaaz

Truer words had never been said before and Sadhna Sargam’s different voice quality uplifted this song to an altogether new level.

Pehla nasha – Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander

This song can make anybody fall in love with love. It’s beautiful and can put in such a good mood. Sadhna Sargam’s innocent voice truly depicted what the words were written for.

Saat Samundar – Vishwatma

Who hasn’t danced on this track? Sadhana Sargam vocals were majestic in this video

Aap ke aa jane se – Khudgarz

Bappi Lahiri’s music, Govinda’s dance and Sadhna Sargam and Mohd Aziz’s vocal…this song is a classic!

Jab Koi baat bigad jaaye – Jurm

Soft lilting melody with Sadhana Sargam coming in towards the end was such a treat for the ears

Aao Na – Kyu Ho gaya na

This is perhaps the only good thing about this movie…falling in love musically, especially because of Sadhna Sargam

Aaiye apka intezar tha – Vijaypath

A song dedicated to waiting for your person…what a beautiful track!

Nahin ye ho nahi sakta – Barsaat

Confession of love has never been spoken so strongly …beautifully sung by Kumar Sanu and Sadhna Sargam

Dheere dheere – Baazi

A very playful and sensual track that can make anybody feel butterflies in their stomach

Teri ummeed – Deewana

A romantic song that redefined 90s Bollywood music…Deewana tracks are precious and this Sadhna Sargam-Kumar Sanu track is dreamy

So which is your favourite Sadhna Sargam track? Do let us know!

(The above first appeared on Onhike on Mar 07, 2021 08:40 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website

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Shantanu Maheshwari Birthday Special: 7 Dancing Videos of TV’s Chocolate Boy That Are Entertaining AF!




Shantanu Maheswari is one of the cutest faces we have in showbiz. He is talented AF and there’s no doubt about it. Right from wowing the audience by playing the role of Swayam Shekhawat in Dil Dance, winning Ke Khiladi 8 to even proving how dance is and will be his forever love, he’s a complete package. That’s not it, as the actor has also represented India globally when his dance crew Desi Poppers emerged winners in the World of Dance Championship 2015 in LA and were also invited to perform at ’s Got   11. And as the dashing lad turns a older today (March 7), we thought of sharing some entertaining dance videos of him that affirm he’s here to slay. Shantanu Maheshwari To Judge Global Dance Supreme, Says ‘I Am Proud to Be Representing the Country As A Judge This Time’ {Onhike Exclusive}. 

Be it Bollywood or something out of the world, Shantanu’s neat dancing style will make your jaws drop. Now, we know why girls go gaga behind this lad. As he’s not only a guy with cool looks but also tremendous talent. So, without further ado, let’s check some of his best dancing clips from Instagram. Christmas 2020: Shantanu Maheshwari Reminisces A Lit-Up Kolkata X-Mas As He Goes Down Memory Lane. 

A Masaledaar Performance on South Song!

Smooth Transitions!

Does He Have Any Muscle In His Body?

‘This and That Challenge’ Done Right!

Shantanu Goes The Way!

Mummy Kasam, These Are Definitely Some Bindass Moves!

Drop Dead Performance!

That’s it, guys! These are some of the handpicked videos of Shantanu that according to us are high on moves and prove his versatility. So, which one from the above is your favourite one? Tell us in the comment section below. HBD, SM. Stay tuned!

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It is, of course, possible that all those proposals that fell by the wayside—the $15 minimum wage, higher income limits on the stimulus checks, bigger jobless benefit—will trigger so much grousing from progressives that Biden has trouble keeping his own side of the aisle in line. If



he Senate just passed the $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill—one of the biggest emergency spending packages in history, targeted to the poor and the middle class. But despite full Democratic control of Congress and the White House, it came with significant omissions from the wish list of Democratic priorities: no $15 minimum wage, lower jobless benefits, a tighter income limit for the checks. With just 50 senators and no Republicans crossing the , President Joe Biden and his party had to bow to their most conservative members. 

You can almost hear the lamentations on the left: “If only we’d had another vote or two in the Senate, Biden and Chuck Schumer wouldn’t have had to cut $100 a week from the unemployment benefit to get Joe Manchin’s vote. And then we could keep going: ditch the legislative filibuster, pass that bill to stop voter suppression in the red states …”

And politically, there’s the worry that in two years, that slim majority will have much bigger consequences: The Democrats will take a beating at the polls for being unable to deliver the full package that most of the caucus, and the White House, wanted.

Before you join the chorus, you might want to check in with the last two Democratic presidents. Bill Clinton and Barack Obama both landed in office with much bigger majorities, and ended up taking it on the chin anyway. Despite the narrowest of majorities to get anything done, Biden, in fact, may be in a much better position.

When Clinton came to power in 1993, he had wide majorities in both houses: 57 Democrats in the Senate, and 258 Democrats in the House. But the resistance to his key economic package was so intense within his own party that his plan passed by just a single vote in both the House and the Senate, and only after important elements of that plan—like a gasoline tax—were thrown over the side to win the votes of suburban Democrats.

When Obama was inaugurated in 2009, Democrats and their independent allies held 59 seats in the Senate, and when Al Franken finally claimed his seat months later, they had a supermajority of 60—enough to overcome a filibuster. But in order to those votes, the Obama Administration had to keep the cost of its Great Recession stimulus package under $1 trillion—an amount, his team later conceded, was too small to trigger a robust recovery. Similarly, in order to get reluctant Democrats like Joe Lieberman to vote for the Affordable Care Act, the White House had to kill the public health-insurance option, which left progressive Democrats disheartened. (As Obama accounts in his memoir, “A Promised Land,” the handwringing from members of his own party took much of the shine off his signature achievement as president, the biggest expansion of health care since Medicare.)×2300-161962847/×2300-161962847/

The two ex-presidents also share a common, painful experience with the political consequences of their battles. Clinton’s tax and budget initiatives were aimed at reducing the then-unacceptable budget deficit of some $250 billion—a deficit that helped propel independent candidate Ross Perot to 19 percent of the vote in 1992. (I hope you realize we’ve become Eisenhower Republicans, Clinton groused to his staff.) The policy ultimately worked—Washington was running a huge surplus by the end of the Clinton years—but in the short term it was a political liability, leading to the loss of both houses of Congress in 1994.

For Obama, the slow pace of the recovery and the Republicans’ relentless political attacks on Obamacare led to massive midterm losses in 2010 at every level. The House turned Republican, the Democrats lost their filibuster-proof majority in the Senate and 18 state legislatures turned red—a political upheaval that is still tormenting Democrats as they watch those legislatures push through voter suppression laws that will shape American elections for years to come.

But this time, Democrats may be able to provide a more upbeat answer to a question the approach of Passover inspires: “Why is this one-vote victory different from the other one-vote victories?”

This time, the benefits to tens of millions of Americans will be clear: $1,400 in bank accounts; extended jobless benefits; expanded childcare help. Donald Trump understood the of such assistance when he insisted his name be on the checks sent to American households. Joe Biden won’t be as blatant, but the direct aid will be a sharp contrast to what happened under Obama’s stimulus, when most Americans didn’t even realize they were getting a tax cut. It’s a sharp departure as well from the impact of Obamacare, where the benefits did not begin until long after the bill was passed, and after the midterm elections as well.

And this time, the bill that was passed was backed by enormous majorities of the citizenry—polls suggest that as many as 75 percent support the Covid plan, including clear majorities of Republicans. This suggests that the unanimous opposition to the plan by Congressional Republicans may leave the party with a political posture at a polar extreme from where they were in 1994 and 2009. The GOP was able to (inaccurately) pin Clinton with the “largest tax increase in history”; they were able to characterize the Obama stimulus and the Affordable Care Act as a giveaway to “those people.” But if the polls are right, Republican efforts to paint the Covid relief as a “blue state bailout” or a “Pelosi payoff” aren’t working.

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More significant, if the impact of $1,400 payments, the vaccination assistance and the other elements of the plan are really felt back home—by voters, who notice the difference in their bank accounts and their health—it is actually conceivable that the line “I’m from the government and I’m here to help” could become something other than the punchline of a joke.

It is, of course, possible that all those proposals that fell by the wayside—the $15 minimum wage, higher income limits on the stimulus checks, bigger jobless benefit—will trigger so much grousing from progressives that Biden has trouble keeping his own side of the aisle in line. If they’re thinking about 2022, they should be careful how much complaining they do. With the slimmest possible of majorities, Biden managed to push through something whose potential political payoff his two Democratic predecessors would have envied.

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