Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Kareena Kapoo r Kareena Kapoor's wedding Kareena Kapoor is in a very happy state after marriage Happy New YearKareena Kapoor Saif Ali Khan Wedding

Farah Khan, who has choreographed Kareena Kapoor for 'Dabangg 2' song 'Fevicol Se', says the actress seems to be happier after her wedding with Saif Ali Khan. Farah and Kareena have worked together before, but the former feels their bonding became stronger while shooting for the song.

"Kareena's bonding with me became good after the song. She is also relaxed and is in a happier state after marriage. She is hardworking," Farah said at the launch of a new channel, Nick Juniors Tuesday

Kareena has put in a lot of effort. She rehearsed a lot for it. In fact, she let me do whatever I wanted for the costumes and look," said the choreographer.

"Salman was learning everything in one rehearsal. The shooting of the movie was over and the song was at the end, so everyone was relaxed. It was fun shooting in the end," Farah added.

After Kareena's song 'Halkat jawaani' from 'Heroine' became a hit, Farah wanted to give the actress a completely different look in 'Fevicol se'.

"Manish Malhotra and I were aware that she did 'Halkat jawaani' a few months before and we wanted to give her a different look. I wanted her to look a little mismatched and I also didn't give her too much make-up," she said.

Farah is happy that she has had an interesting 2012.

"(The year) 2012 was good. 'Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi' gave me good reviews and 'Fevicol se' has also became a hit. Ups and downs come in every year, but overall it was not bad," she said.
Farah's new film 'Happy New Year' will go on floors next year and its leading lady is yet to be disclosed

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Christmas tree backdrop, Download Christmas Tree. birth of Jesus Christ on December 25. Santa Claus. Merry Christmas

Four years ago, a buyer wanted a shipment of live trees. It shouldn’t have happened because countries don’t allow trees to be imported with balls of soil around their roots, recalls Arthur Loewen, co-owner of Pine Meadows Tree Farms Ltd. in Chilliwack, B.C.
Unlikely as it might seem, a Canadian company has even exported Christmas trees to Azerbaijan – a predominantly Muslim country.

Canadian holiday greenery makes its way around the world, but Christmas tree exports have been on the decline since 2006, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada.
In 2003, Canadian farms shipped 2.62 million Christmas trees valued at more than $38-million to other countries, including Japan, the Netherlands, Thailand, Venezuela and a host of countries in the Caribbean, according to numbers compiled by Statscan’s international trade division.
By 2008, the number of border-crossing trees was down to 1.77 million, but the value was still more than $34-million.

In 2011, the most recent year with totals, the exports had slipped to 1.73 million and the value to $28-million.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Sosan Firooz First women start history in afghanistan(war country) threats from the Taliban, she raps in Dari, The young woman has been hit

"Listen to my story! Listen to my pain and suffering!" firroz says in the song, which boasts over 75,000 hits on the website.
The young woman has been hit with a series of menacing text messages demanding that she stop performing. Her mother recently received an anonymous phone call with a similar message.
"They told her ‘If your daughter appears on TV again, we will cut off your head,’" firroz explained.
But none of the risks have deterred firroz, who makes history performing in front of men, clad in western clothes, in a country where social norms keep women out of the spotlight.

"Everyone wants to be unique, to do something no one else has done before," said firroz, who hails from an impoverished neighborhood in north Kabul.

firroz’s music hits on a variety of different topics, including the repression of women and her desire for a peaceful Afghanistan.
"We are hopeful for the future in our country. And we request that our neighboring countries leave us alone."
Afghan singer and composer Fared Rastagar, who helped firroz record her first single, said the danger of being a woman on the stage in Afghanistan is real.
"Some female singers have stopped singing because of threats from the Taliban," Some have left the country."
The producer, however, praised firroz for continuing to put herself out there despite the risks.
"I admire Sosan for her courage and appreciate the support of her family," he told the AP when firroz’s single dropped.
She also raps about the difficulties of growing up as a child in neighboring Iran. She and her family fled there during the Afghan civil war of the 1990s.
"When war started in our country, there were bullets, artillery, rockets. All our trees were burned down. The war forced us to leave our country," she raps in Dari, one of country's two main languages.