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What is Evelyn Sharma HIDING in LA?

A file pic of Evelyn Sharma holding hands at the Griffith Observatory in LA.

When Evelyn Sharma had to give a talk at Donald Trump’s National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, she tip-toed to Los Angeles on a holiday. There she was spotted doing yoga on a hilltop, before heading to Washington DC.

A file pic of Evelyn Sharma doing yoga on a hilltop in LA.

At another time, during a photoshoot at the Griffith Observatory of astronomy in LA, she got clicked holding a guy’s hand. Aha! And now from a week, Evelyn is once again in LA.

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We know that the lady has done an interesting job in movies like Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Main Tera Hero, Nautanki Saala and more. We know that her Yo Yo Honey Singh number Sunny Sunny was a rage in Yaariyan. We know she’s playing a key role in Imtiaz Ali’s much-anticipated Shah Rukh KhanAnushka Sharma flick Jab Harry Met Sejal.

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We know she’s been a showstopper for the who’s who of the fashion scene. We know that the kind of charity her organization Seams with Dreams does, makes her India’s first fashion philanthropist. We know that she’s been shaking a leg with the Kangna singer and music producer Dr Zeus in the Party Nonstop music video.

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We know the teeny-bopper is quite happening on her Twitter and Facebook accounts and an icon of sorts on Instagram. We know she even builds houses for the poor under the Habitat For Humanity projects. And we also know that she has launched her blogsite Evelyn’s Secrets where she gives out all sorts of personal beauty and fashion tips.

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But what we don’t know is the secret behind her numerous trips to LA! And we don’t know who the mystery guy is… whose hand she held there! Evelyn has not been revealing those secrets on Evelyn’s Secrets. Hey girl, tell us what you have been hiding… tell us, tell us. 😉

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REVEALED: The magical hands behind Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s transformation in Mom!

Preetisheel Singh with Nawazuddin Siddiqui on the sets of Mom.

When Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s bald look for the movie Mom was revealed, the media and fans went ga-ga over it. So stunning and convincing was his artistic makeover, he was almost unrecognizable in pics of his special appearance character from the Sridevi Kapoor-Akshaye Khanna starrer. But not many are aware of the secret magical hands behind this overwhelming transformation.

Preetisheel Singh working on Nawazuddin Siddiqui's bald look on the sets of Mom.

So here we go. Nawazuddin’s make-up, hair and prosthetics (sculpting, molding and casting techniques to create advanced cosmetic effects) have been done by none other than National Award winner Preetisheel Singh.

 

Though the lady has preferred to stay relatively low-profile in the media, Bollywood knows she is no ordinary artisan. Preetisheel excels in everything in the field of make-up — from beauty, character design, tattoos, body painting to high fashion. Quietly, she has also been a pioneer in setting up a prosthetics make-up effects lab in India.

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After bagging the ‘National Film Award for Best Make-Up’ for Sartaj Singh Pannu’s pre-Mughal historical Punjabi epic Nanak Shah Fakir, this whiz of makeovers has worked on various artistes in films such as Bajirao Mastani, Haider, Brothers, Rangoon, Parched, Talwar, Ghayal Once Again, Hawaizaada, Finding Fanny, Housefull 3, Shivaay and the Tamil film 24.

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Her range of work doesn’t end here! Coming up are varied characters in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati, Sunny Deol’s Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, Vikramaditya Motwane’s Bhavesh Joshi and Umesh Shukla’s 102 Not Out. That’s a lot of professional styling with her busy brush strokes.

Government move to protect mediapersons

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There was a time political parties would break media offices and bash journalists. But times are a changin’. According to a new law passed by Maharashtra Government, violence against a media person or against premises of a media institution is now a cognizable and non-bailable offence.
Such cases will be required to be investigated by a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) and will carry a prison term of 3 years and a fine of Rs 50,000. Plus, media persons and media institutions can recover compensation for any medical expenses or physical damage to their movable or immovable property.