Indian cricketer Virat Kohli and the actress Anushka Sharma have announced the birth of their second baby, a boy. The couple announced the birth of their son on Instagram and stating that he was born on February 15, 2024. Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli disclosed that they have given the name Akaay to their newborn baby.
Virat & Anushka shared a note on Instagram, "With abundant happiness and our hearts full of love, we are pleased to inform everyone that on 15th February, we welcomed our baby boy Akaay & Vamika's little brother into this world! We seek your blessings and good wishes in this beautiful time in our lives. We request you to kindly respect our privacy at this time. Love & Gratitude.
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Although the origin of the name has not yet been revealed by Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli, Akaay literally translates to "body-less" or "निराकार."
Akaay is a Hindi term meaning "body," derived from the word "kaya." As such, Akaay refers to someone who is more than their physical form. In Sanskrit, akaay refers to an incorporeal or having no body.
Additionally, it also refers to a residence or the flames on the funeral pyre.
The term "Akaay," which means "shining moon," has Turkish origins.
In December 2017, Virat & Anushka married in Italy's Tuscany. In January 2021, the couple welcomed a daughter named Vamika. Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli's wedding is the stuff of modern fairy tales, starting with an Instagram-worthy destination wedding in Italy and wedding attire created by fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Fans and representatives of the cricket and Bollywood celebrities showered the comment area with well wishes as soon as Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli revealed the news. Such as, Ranveer Singh, Aila Bhatt, Rakul Preet Singh, Madhuri Dixit, Nakuul Mehta, AB de Villiers and Rashid Khan.
On February 20, 2024, Divya Agarwal and Apurva Padgaonkar tied the knot. In 2022, they got engaged. At her Chembur home, the "Bigg Boss OTT" winner and Splitsvilla contestant tied the knot with her restaurateur boyfriend. In Mumbai, the couple was married in a customary Marathi manner. They announced their marriage on Instagram by posting the wedding images.
The pre-wedding celebrations for Divya Agarwal and Apurva Padgaonkar got underway last week on February 18. In front of their friends and family, they organize a glamorous cocktail party to kick off the festivities. In the city, a mehndi ceremony took place after this. Online images from her haldi ceremony have also surfaced on the 19 February. Eijaz Khan, Terence Lewis, Nikki Tamboli, Akash Choudhary, Nibedita Pal, Mohit Hiranandani, and Suyyash Rai were among the guests.
Divya posted the pictures with her fiancé and wrote, "Will I ever stop smiling? Probably not. Life just got more sparkly and I found the right person to share this journey with. His #BaiCo. A forever promise. From this important day, I will never walk alone. Rab Rakha."
Divya and Apurva wore similar bridal trousseau. Divya chose a lovely purple lehenga with contrasting embroidery and a pink ombre effect. Matching dupatta and multi-tiered diamond and emerald jewels completed her ensemble. In keeping with Marathi tradition, she also wore a traditional chooda with kaleera and both of them wore Mundavalya. In contrast, Apurva accessorised Divya with a complementary purple kurta featuring comparable patterns.
Divya Agarwal formerly dated Varun Sood, a VJ and actor. Divya Agarwal made appearances on MTV Splitsvilla 10, Ace of Space 1, and other reality shows. Ragini MMS: Returns 2, a horror web series, marked her acting debut.
Yasir Hussain, a writer, actor and filmmaker from Pakistan, has criticized Indian TV shows. He described the Indian TV serial as "poison" and stated that he did not want his son to be in TV industry.
In an interview with Something Haute, He said that “Our industry is not a good industry. I don’t want my son to join this industry...Is this a job? An actor’s job is to do good acting. It’s a field where you should promote your craft, but consistently, you are being offered bad work.”
As the host mentioned that Pakistani television is seen in India, He said, “India ke paas apna drama dekha hai aapne? Matlab woh nations jinke paas ghatiya quality ka drama hai woh humare drama zaroor dekh rahe hain. Uske alawa kon dekh raha hai aapka drama? Aapka drama sirf wahi log dekh rahe hai jinke paas apna drama behtar nahi hai...India mein toh intehaayi zeher drama hai (make shooting sounds). Hamara drama unse toh behtar hai isiliye woh dekh rahe hain (Have you watched in India dramas? Nations with low-quality dramas are watching our dramas. Who else is watching Pakistani dramas? Only those people are watching our dramas whose content is worse...India has excessively negative dramas. Our dramas are better than theirs, so they are watching it)."
Hussain is well-known for hosting Hum TV's The After Moon Show. The actor from theatre and television made his feature debut in Karachi Se Lahore (2015), a Pakistani film. He also wrote the script of the movie Wajahat Rauf and directed by him. He is marred to TV actress Iqra Aziz, is presently playing an adversary in the drama series Baandi.
As per the reports, a television actor Rituraj Singh passed away from cardiac arrest on Monday night. Due to a pancreatic illness, he was admitted to the hospital recently. He was fifty-nine years old. Amit Behl, an actor and personal friend, has announced his passing.
Amit confirmed, "Yes, he passed away due to cardiac arrest. He was admitted to a hospital some time back for treatment of pancreas, returned home, had some cardiac complications, and passed away."
Amit Behl also states, “He was unwell. Was hospitalized 15 days back due to some pancreatic issues was back home few days back, but yesterday was feeling really weak and they rushed him to hospital. But he got the attack before reaching hospital.”
Over three decades were spent in Rituraj Singh's career. He appeared in hits like “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai”, “Kutumb”, “Hitler Didi”, “Diya Aur Baati Hum” and “Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki”. He appeared in the popular program Anupamaa more recently.
“Banegi Apni Baat”, “Jyoti”, “Shapath”, “Warrior High”, “Aahat” and “Adaalat” are just a few of the series in which Rituraj has appeared. Furthermore, he appeared in the television series “Laado 2” as Balwant Choudhary.
Additionally, the actor starred in movies including Thunivu (2023), Badrinath Ki Dulhania (2017), Satyamev Jayate 2 and Vash- Possessed by the Obsessed. Yaariyan 2, which came out last year, was his most recent movie.
In addition, Rituraj appeared in a number of web series, such as Criminal, Hey Prabhu, The Test Case, Abhay, Bandish Bandits, Never Kiss Your Best Friend and Made in Heaven, season 2. He portrayed Yashpal in the television series “Anupamaa” before passing away.
Shivaji Jayanti, also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti, is a public holiday observed on the birth anniversary of Shivaji, the founder of the Maratha Empire, throughout Maharashtra.
While the day of Hindu Tithi varies annually, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti, also known as Shiv Jayanti, is observed on February 19 of each year in accordance with the Gregorian calendar. India is commemorating the famous Maratha ruler's 394th birthday this year.
https://greminmedia.com/chhatrapati-shivaji-maharaj-jayanti-2024/#google_vignetteIn honor of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's birth anniversary, Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, together with deputy Chief Ministers Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar, paid tribute at Pune's Shivneri Fort.
Originally from the Bhonsle Maratha clan, Shivaji Maharaj went by the name Shivaji Bhosale. According to the Hindu calendar, he was born in Shivneri Fort on the Marathi Shalivahana in 1630, or Falgun's Krishna paksha 3. One of the greatest Maratha emperors, he carved apart an enclave from the Adilshahi sultanate of Bijapur, which signaled the start of the Maratha Empire.
His historical records state that Shivaji Maharaj took the Torna fort at the age of sixteen, and that a year later he also seized the Raigad and Kondana forts. He also gained notoriety for bringing back the Hindavi Swarajya celebration.
Mahatma Phule, the Maratha ruler, inaugurated the festival's initial celebrations in Pune in 1870. Bal Gangadhar Tilak spearheaded these festivities. By showcasing Shivaji Maharaj's picture, this independence fighter inspired people and attracted attention to his accomplishments.
Across the state, Maharashtrians commemorate Shivaji Jayanti with tremendous fervor and passion. People honor Shivaji Maharaj on this day in remembrance of his valor and bravery in battling for the country. Various plays and festivities on this day invoke the cultural heritage of the Marathas.
Many Indians are still inspired by Shivaji Maharaj's legacy, especially in Maharashtra, where he is regarded as a symbol of honor and community. His extraordinary life and achievements continue to serve as an inspiration to those who pursue justice, liberty, and efficient government.