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Irrfan Khan is back to Bollywood after cancer treatment, posted emotional message on Twitter for fans

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan was battling cancer for almost a year is back to India and spotted at Mumbai airport on Tuesday and today.

Irrfan was undergoing treatment for ‘Neuroendocrine Tumour’ in London for most of the last year, having announced his diagnosis on social media.

The actor took his Twitter account and announced his comeback by sharing an emotional message for his fans and followers.

Irrfan wrote, “Maybe somewhere in the pursuit of winning, we forget how much it means to be loved. In our vulnerability, we are reminded. As I leave my footprints onto these steps of my life, I want to pause to be grateful for receiving your immense love and support, it soothed me in my process of healing. So I travel back to you, thanking you from the bottom of my heart.”


“Irrfan was leaving for Rajasthan for personal work,” a source told IANS.

Irrfan was diagnosed with cancer in March 2018 and went to abroad for his treatment. He returned to India in February 2019 and now he is totally fit and fine.

 

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Irrfan is all set for his comeback in Bollywood again. He is expected to begin work on ‘Hindi Medium 2’. Kareena Kapoor Khan has been finalised for the sequel to Irrfan’s hit film that exposes the education system of our country.

The original Hindi Medium (2017) was directed by Saket Choudhary with Pakistani actor Saba Qamar in the lead role opposite Irrfan.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Watch: Howrah Bridge decorated with Alpana art before Durga Puja

Famous artist Sanjay Paul and his team of 40 students from different art colleges used folk motifs. This form of art is traditionally known as alpana art to decorate the walls and floors in rural Bengal.

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Watch: Howrah Bridge decorated with Alpana art before Durga Puja

The 80 year old iconic Howrah bridge has got a colourful makeover ahead of Durga Puja. A group of artists were seen painting the cantilever thoroughfare with Bengali Alpana art. The bridge has been illuminated with interactive LED and static lighting that comes into effect after sunset.

Famous artist Sanjay Paul and his team of 40 students from different art colleges used folk motifs. This form of art is traditionally known as alpana art to decorate the walls and floors in rural Bengal. The art has been used to paint a section of the 2,313 feet long bridge between the twin cities of Howrah and Kolkata.

Croma, a Tata enterprise unveiled the alpana painting on the bridge which is also known as Rabindra Setu. Paul told the media there is no better structure to display the rich cultural heritage as the city of Kolkata gets ready for its biggest festival Durga Puja. Paul added his team had worked tirelessly to complete the illustration in five days from 12 am in the morning to 5pm in the evening.

The motifs have been created along the length of the bridge on both sides adjacent to the footpath. Two large circular designs measuring 36 ft have been painted at the entry and exit points of the Howrah Bridge. Anwesak Dawn was entrusted with carrying out the fieldwork. He selected meritious students from Garia Art College and government Art College for the project.

The alpana art is beautifully crafted on motifs based on electronic gadgets. It portrays the importance of electronics play in people’s lives. This artwork marks the beginning of the auspicious Durga Puja festival which brings together innovation and tradition in a captivating display of art and culture. The Durga Puja festival begins in Kolkata on Friday.

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Tamil Nadu: Artist designs a 1.5 inch tall model of Chandrayaan 3 using 4 gm of gold

According to a video shared on X, the talented miniature artist from Tamil Nadu, Mariappan, has ingeniously fashioned a 1.5-inch tall representation of Chandrayaan-3, utilizing 4 grams of gold.

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Tamil Nadu: Artist designs a 1.5 inch tall model of Chandrayaan 3 using 4 gm of gold

An astonishing video showcasing a miniature gold model of Chandrayaan-3 has left viewers in awe. The footage, shared on X (formerly known as Twitter), highlights the craftsmanship of Mariappan, an artist based in Coimbatore. In the video, Mariappan meticulously crafts a 1.5-inch tall replica of Chandrayaan-3, complete with a miniature Indian flag.

According to a video shared on X, the talented miniature artist from Tamil Nadu, Mariappan, has ingeniously fashioned a 1.5-inch tall representation of Chandrayaan-3, utilizing 4 grams of gold. Chandrayaan-3’s Lunar Lander Vikram is slated for a soft landing on the moon on August 23rd.

Mariappan revealed that he employs gold to create miniature models during significant events. In this instance, he designed this remarkable model using 4 grams of gold as a tribute to the dedicated scientists involved in the Chandrayaan-3 endeavor. Crafting the miniature took him 48 hours of meticulous work, as he expressed his pride in this achievement for every Indian.

The post, which was shared just a few hours ago, has already garnered nearly 19,000 views and continues to attract attention. A flurry of comments flooded in, with some offering inspiring words, others marveling at the creation’s magnificence, and many expressing their admiration with heart emoticons.

According to ISRO reports, the Indian spacecraft has come closer to the moon and is preparing for a landing attempt at the lunar south pole. Launched on July 14, 2023, from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, Chandrayaan-3’s journey has reached a crucial stage. A senior ISRO official noted that the final landing maneuver is complex, with the decision to proceed made two hours prior to the scheduled action. This decision can be delayed if unfavourable conditions prevail.

The official further shared that if the landing is postponed, Chandrayaan-3’s operational time on the Moon might be reduced from the intended 14 Earth days to around 10 days. This implies that the lunar south pole landing of Chandrayaan-3 could potentially occur on August 26 or 27.

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Watch: Group of Kathak dancers perform to the tunes of Calm Down

Renowned dancer Kumar Sharma took to YouTube to share this remarkable creation, showcasing a group of Kathak dancers moving gracefully in harmony with the melodies of Calm Down.

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Watch: Group of Kathak dancers performs to the tunes of Calm Down

The captivating and soothing melody of Calm Down by Rema and Selena Gomez has resonated deeply with fans all around the world, prompting numerous enthusiasts to share videos of themselves joyfully dancing to its rhythm. Recently, an awe-inspiring video surfaced on social media, featuring a group performing a mesmerizing Kathak dance routine to this chart-topping track. The enchanting allure of the performance is such that you might find yourself watching it repeatedly, perhaps even swaying along.

Renowned dancer Kumar Sharma took to YouTube to share this remarkable creation, showcasing a group of Kathak dancers moving gracefully in harmony with the melodies of Calm Down. The ensemble cast includes dancers such as Kumar Sharma, Anmol Sood, Rahul Sharma, Eshika Choomer, Meghna Thakur, Khushboo Gupta, Smriti Bhandari, Jidnyasa Kurtadkar, Nandini Sonavane, Enakshi, Yogesh Thombre, and Hriday Parash Kalita.

Unveiled on YouTube on August 4, the dance video has rapidly garnered over 22,000 views and continues to draw in a growing audience. A comment from a YouTube user resonated with enthusiasm, describing the choreography and execution as mind-blowing. The creative prowess demonstrated by Kumar and the Kathakrockers group in their interpretation of Kathak is truly remarkable. Their consistent excellence never fails to impress, consistently offering performances that are invigorating and bring smiles to faces. The admiration for their work is resounding, and the encouragement to continue the exceptional efforts is heartfelt. Three cheers for Kumar and the Kathak rockers!

Another commenter echoed a sentiment of precision, perfection, coordination, and seamless flow. They noted the absence of any misalignment in movements, and how each member’s speed harmoniously synchronized, a testament to the collective excellence of this accomplished group of artisans. The acclaim continued with a third person joining in, expressing awe at the meticulously composed brilliance of the performance. They were left virtually speechless by the impeccable choreography and the tabla’s flawless beats, appreciating the visual delight it offered.

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