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I know you are so excited to know the names of those celebrities who can’t swim or are afraid of swimming. Don’t Miss: First Instagram Post by Celebrities Shocking Revelations Made by Bollywood Celebrities Let’s see who they are: 1. Prachi Desai Prachi Desai has always been afraid of water and never tried to learn […] The post Bollywood Actors Who Can’t Swim appeared first on Wish Plan...
I know you are so excited to know the names of those celebrities who can’t swim or are afraid of swimming.
Let’s see who they are:
1. Prachi Desai
Prachi Desai has always been afraid of water and never tried to learn how to swim.
2. Ayushman Khurana
A singer, actor, an all rounder we can call him.. But he cannot swim. Once he tried to deal with his aqua phobia and started learning swimming, but he could not continue with it because he fears water.
3. Rani Mukherjee
She impresses everyone with her brilliant acting skills, but one thing she is not good at is swimming. She cannot swim and is even afraid to start afresh.
4. Hrithik Roshan
Love of many young girls, Hrithik in earlier days was also afraid of swimming and doubted his swimming skills. Then with time he learned how to swim and overcame his fear and became an expert swimmer.
5. Kriti Sanon
Kriti Sanon, an engineer by profession, is not good at swimming. She does not want to be in the water for too long and hates to swim also.
6. Saif Ali Khan
Saif Ali Khan, the nawab of Pataudi, is another name to the list of celebrities who can’t swim. He is very much feared to swim and according to him it is not necessary for everybody to know everything.
7. Huma Qureshi
Huma Qureshi is also not a good swimmer and does not like to swim. Swimming is something she never want to take as an exercise.
8. Kareena Kapoor
The Bebo of Bollywood also not like swimming. She does not know how to swim; she has always been afraid and even after trying to learn she is still a little reluctant to swim.
When we talk about Bollywood a lot of things come to our mind. There are certain things that may not make any sense but there are many other things about Bollywood that really make sense and we need to think about it. We have actually wasted a lot of time in solving the famous mysteries […] The post Top Bollywood Mysteries-Deaths, Divorces and Affairs appeared first on Wish Plan...
When we talk about Bollywood a lot of things come to our mind. There are certain things that may not make any sense but there are many other things about Bollywood that really make sense and we need to think about it. We have actually wasted a lot of time in solving the famous mysteries of Bollywood- be it a affair of Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha or death of Jiah Khan..Nothing is hidden from us.
But the question is when these Bollywood mysteries will be solved? When will the entire nation will stop talking about the past things that happened already? Why Bollywood is full of puzzles sometimes?
Bollywood is unpredictable, no one knows what will happen next. Here we are listing some Bollywood mysteries which shocked everyone with their sudden happening.
1. Love story of Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha
They never opened up about their relationship in public but everyone inside or outside the film industry were aware of their open affair. Their love story is one of the most talked about affairs of Bollywood even till date. Their love story begins on the sets of the movie ‘Do Anjaane’. Both remained silent for some years but on the set of ‘Ganga Ki Saugandh’, Amitabh couldn’t stop himself when he saw his co-actor is misbehaving with Rekha and he lost his control and their affair came in limelight. When Jaya came between them both apart their ways.
2. Engagement of Abhishek Bachchan and Karishma Kapoor
The Kapoors and the Bachchans, were about to join hands yet again, when the engagement of Karisma Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan was announced, on Amitabh Bachchan’s 60th birthday celebration. But, fans faced the greatest shock of their lives, when the engagement was called off, a few months down the line with no information divulged on the reasons behind the same! Neither family chose to divulge the reason behind the couple parting ways, and a whole bunch of rumors began doing the rounds.
3. Death of Jiah Khan
She did a movie with Amitabh Bachchan ‘Nishabd’ and she was also a part of the superhit movie ‘Ghajni’. Unfortunately, the actress committed suicide by hanging herself in her Juhu apartment on June 3, 2013. While depression was touted as the prime reason behind her death, her sister found a six page suicide note that mentioned Jiah getting an abortion which further sparked controversies. Well Mumbai police is still investigating into the case and nothing is still clear about her death.
4. Affair of Shahrukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka always showed her soft corner for the ‘King of Bollywood’ Shahrukh Khan. There was news of the two spending more and more time together, which caused a lot of raised eyebrows. It was the first time ever when SRK was linked to an actress. He is known for his loyalty with his wife Gauri Khan. Furthermore, news about Gauri Khan keeping PeeCee off the party guest lists added fuel to the fire.
5. Love story of Kareena Kapoor and Shahid Kapoor
The chemistry between Shahid and Kareena in the movie, Jab We Met became ideal for many of their fans. Both had the strong bond and everyone was expecting a great announcement from them. But suddenly they broke up and leave everyone on shock. Well, some say, Kareena cheated on Shahid and others say Shahid’s friendship with Amrita Rao was the reason. What happened between them is not known to anyone.
6. Breakup of John Abraham and Bipasha Basu
They never hide their love life from the world. From admitting their relationship in public to getting into live in relationship, people knew everything. They were both about to get married but one day the couple suddenly split their ways without mentioning any reason for doing so. Some says, Bipasha doesn’t want to get hitched, which made John choose to walk out of the relationship.
7. Death of Parveen Babi
She was the most beautiful and glamorous actress of Bollywood. she suddenly left Bollywood and returned back after six years and accused Amitabh and Sanjay Dutt saying that they are attempting to murder her. On January 22, 2005, Bollywood came in shock when veteran actor Parveen Bobby had committed suicide since she was found dead locked inside her apartment. The reason for her mysterious death is still unknown to the people.
8. Death of Divya Bharti
She was born to rule the Bollywood industry with her amazing acting skills. The actress died after falling from the 5th floor of her building in Versova, Mumbai. Was it a suicide or an accident or a planned murder, no one knows. While police suspected her husband to be behind her death, the truth is a mystery till date.
9. Mamta Kulkarni’s Disappearance
The actress was successfully climbing the ladder of success and also got a chance to work with all the top actors of her time including Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Akshay Kumar. In the midway of her career she became a part of many controversies where top most was her bold shirtless cover image on a popular magazine which eventually brought her career down. However, her disappearance was always associated with her rumoured affair with international drug kingpin, Vicky Goswami, and alleged friendship with underworld don Chhota Rajan.
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It was shocking for me when I got to know that there are actresses in Bollywood who refused to work with Salman Khan. I was like…are you serious? How could one can say NO to such famous personality of Bollywood? But everyone is not same as all fingers are not equal. It is not mandatory […] The post Bollywood Actresses who Refused to Work with Salman Khan appeared first on Wish Plan...
It was shocking for me when I got to know that there are actresses in Bollywood who refused to work with Salman Khan. I was like…are you serious? How could one can say NO to such famous personality of Bollywood? But everyone is not same as all fingers are not equal.
It is not mandatory whom you like is also be liked by others. People have different opinions, different liking, and that’s why these Bollywood actresses did not want to work with Salman Khan.
Are you eager to know those famous names? Here we go…..
1. Amrita Rao
She refused to play Salman’s sister in ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo.’ She personally does not like Salman’s attitude. And that’s the reason they both will never appear together.
2. Ameesha Patel
You have noticed her with Salman Khan in ‘Yeh Hai Jalwa’ which was flop. After this film, she never worked with him.
3. Twinkle Khanna
She worked with Salman in ‘Jab Pyaar Kisise Hota Hai’. But Twinkle did not like Salman so much. She refused to work with him in the films offered later on.
4. Deepika Padukone
She has rejected 5 movies with Bhai. She was offered to work opposite Salman in ‘Sultan’. She also don’t like Salman’s attitude.
5. Juhi Chawla
She has appeared with Salman in ‘Deewana Mastana’. She never worked with him again as she was offended with Salman’s arrogance.
6. Sonali Bendre
Sonali and Salman- my favourite couple in ‘Hum Saath Saath Hain’. After Salman’s Blackbuck hunt case Sonali refused to work with him. She was worried about her reputation in the industry.
7. Urmila Matondkar
They worked together in ‘Janam Samjha Karo’. And Urmila claimed that the movie was flopped because of Salman. This is the reason she never worked with him again.
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The national capital of India, Delhi, is one of the most famous destinations in India, which is frequently visited by large number of tourists from different corners of the world. The capital city is popular for many reasons. And one of the most obvious reasons to visit Delhi is its monuments from the ancient time. […] The post Top 10 Historical Monuments in Delhi appeared first on Wish Plan...
The national capital of India, Delhi, is one of the most famous destinations in India, which is frequently visited by large number of tourists from different corners of the world.
The capital city is popular for many reasons. And one of the most obvious reasons to visit Delhi is its monuments from the ancient time. There are many historical monuments in Delhi which serve as testaments to Delhi’s illustrious past.
Lets find out the historical places in Delhi with pictures and information:
10 Historical Monuments in Delhi
1. Humayun’s Tomb
Reflecting a picture of Mughal India history, Humayun tomb is the most popular place among the domestic as well as foreign visitors due to its marvelous Mughal architecture. Built by Bega Begum after the death of her husband, Humayun, the Humayun’s Tomb in New Delhi lures travelers with its double domed elevation and decorative kiosks (chattris).
It is said that the complex of the tomb also houses the graves of Bega Begum, Hamida Begum, Dara Shikoh, as well as numerous other subsequent Mughals, including Emperor Jahandar Shah, Farrukhsiyar, Rafi Ul-Darjat, Rafi Ud-Daulat, Muhammad Kam Bakhsh and Alamgir II. The Charbagh garden that surrounds the tomb is very Persian and offer a nice place to relax.
2. Lotus Temple (Bahai Temple)
One of the best historical monuments in Delhi, Lotus Temple is also famously known as the Bahai Temple or the Bahai House of pure worship. It is the last of seven Major Bahai’s temples built around the world. Lotus temple as its name suggest is built in a shape of lotus flower (a symbol of ‘Peace and Serenity’ as per ‘Hinduism’) with the use of marble, cement, dolomite and sand. People of all religion, community and creed can visit this temple, a well living example of the openness and equality well promoted by all the Bahai laws.
The outstanding structure of temple has 27 self-supporting clad petals arranged in group of three to form nice faces. Temple has nine doors that lead to central hall and has nine ponds also encircling the temple. As per Bahai faith, number nine is considered sacred because there are nine major religions in the world.
3. Lal Qila (Red Fort)
The Red Fort or Lal Qila is a massive red sandstone fort, which is proof of the glory of the flourishing Mughal empire in Delhi. It was 1638 when the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan planned to shift his capital from Agra to Delhi therefore he decided to build Red Fort at the bank of River Yamuna. The red fort is encircled in the area of 254.67 acres within 2.4 Kilometre.
There are sound and light shows every evening to showcase the Mughal history and ruling in Delhi. It also houses a number of museums, mahal, bagh or gardens, reservoir and gate. Not only this, on every Indian Independence Day, our honourable Prime Minister addresses the nation from this very fort, making it of utmost political and national significance to our country!
4. Qutub Minar
Qutub Minar is a most famous Indian historical monuments which is counted as the 2nd tallest (stands 73 metres tall in height) minar of India. The minaret was learnt to be actually constructed so as to mark the victory of a Muslim ruler, Qutub I-Din Aibak after claiming the last ever Hindu empire in Delhi.
A spectacular view of the city looks from the top of minar. Its first three storeys are built using red sandstones however fourth and fifth storeys are built using marble and sandstones. There is also ‘Ashoka Pillar’ in its premises. The monument has a rich history and knowing it deeply making visitors more curious about Qutab Minar.
5. Jantar Mantar
The Jantar Mantar was constructed to trace the whole astronomical phenomena and to ascertain all the scientific data from the same region. One of the top 10 historical monuments in Delhi, Jantar Mantar was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur in 1710. After its construction, the observatory was operational for seven years. Data of each day was well collected and then charted and devoted to the renowned reigning emperor.
Jantar Mantar of Delhi is even used by modern day scholars to ascertain the location of the heavenly bodies in our universe.
6. Purana Qila
Purana Qila is one of the oldest forts of Delhi. The massive construction set up by Sher Shah Suri, built during the 15th Century is what people see the fort as, in its present form. Built with red sandstone, the gates of the fort are quite big. In the present day, the site is used for numerous theater, cultural events, and concerts. It is renowned for the daily light and sound presentation after sunset. It is also believed that the place where the fort was constructed belonged to the Pandavas.
7. Jama Masjid
Jama Masjid is the largest mosque in India, and stands across the road from the Red Fort. The magnum opus mosque constructed by Mughal ruler Shah Jahan stands tall at 40 ft with 4 angles, 2 minarets and can contain 25,000 devotees. According to the 19th century writer AK Saiyid, the mosque was also ‘an important social and commercial centre where a daily market would be held on its outer steps. Here one can buy horses, birds and cloth or be entertained by jugglers and story tellers’.
8. Swaminarayan Akshardham
One of the must visit historical monuments in Delhi, Akshardham is a Hindu house of worship, and a spiritual and cultural campus dedicated to devotion, learning and harmony. This huge and famed attraction is dedicated to exhibiting the stories and karma of Swaminarayan and to glorify the beauty of Indian culture. Witness some amazing sculptures, well-maintained garden, golden statues and so on at Akshardham. A visit to Akshardham is indeed a spiritually enriching experience.
9. India Gate
The very popular India Gate in Delhi was designed by the famous British architect, Edward Lutyens and the foundation stone was laid down by the Duke of Connaught in 1921. India Gate is originally known as All India War Memorial. Reason for giving this name to India Gate is that it is built in memory of those 82,000 soldiers who became martyr in world war I for our Country India. One of the most fascinating things you can see in India Gate is the Amar Jawan Jyoti under the arc of India gate that lit up all day and night as a tribute to brave soldiers.
10. Rashtrapati Bhavan
It is one place in Delhi that has historical significance not just for today’s and yesterday’s generation but for future generations. Official residence of the President of India, the Rashtrapati Bhavan was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens first for the British Viceroy. The most prominent and distinguishing aspect of Rashtrapati Bhavan is its dome which is superimposed on its structure. The Mughal Gardens here is very famous for its exquisite plants. During February months, the garden is open to visitors.
You are in Kerala and have visited backwaters, beaches, temples, hill stations and other stunning attractions of Kerala, but what about wildlife sanctuary in Kerala? These wildlife sanctuaries include endangered species like mountain goats (Nilgiri Tahr), lion-tailed macaque, Indian elephant, Bengal Tiger and various other types of birds, animals, and plants. If you are excited […] The post Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala- Complete List appeared first on Wish Plan...
You are in Kerala and have visited backwaters, beaches, temples, hill stations and other stunning attractions of Kerala, but what about wildlife sanctuary in Kerala?
These wildlife sanctuaries include endangered species like mountain goats (Nilgiri Tahr), lion-tailed macaque, Indian elephant, Bengal Tiger and various other types of birds, animals, and plants.
If you are excited enough to know more about these wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala, keep reading this post until it ends.
8 Famous Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala
1. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary (Periyar Tiger Reserve)
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, locating in Thekkady is the perfect combination of nature’s bounty with great scenic beauty and rich biodiversity. Periyar is one of the 27 tiger reserves in India and is considered as the most protected area for the elephants and the tigers. Other than them you can also see sambar, foxes, mouse deer, Indian wild dog, lion-tailed macaque. It is also the habitat for the rarely seen white tigers and Nilgiri Tahr. Tourists can also enjoy boat cruising at the famous Periyar Lake. With boat cruising, the tourists can get to visit the wilds of Periyar Wild Sanctuary by the water’s edge.
2. Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary
This popular wildlife sanctuary in Kerala is located in the rain shadow area of the Western Ghats, which receives only 48 days of rainfall a year, unlike other Kerala’s sanctuaries. It is the second habitat of the endangered giant grizzled squirrel of India. The sanctuary offers the unique advantage of watching its fascinating wildlife such as elephants, spotted deer, sambar, Hanuman langur and even peacocks at close quarters from the road without going deep into the jungles. Dry deciduous forests, high sholas and some grasslands add to the diversity of the sanctuary.
3. Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary
One of the most famous wildlife reserves in Kerala, Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary is a true haven for all the wildlife enthusiast and nature lovers. Elephants are seen in this wildlife park mainly during the dry season. The Idukki wildlife sanctuary has a rich biodiversity and rich avifauna. Other than elephants, you can get an opportunity to see various species of snakes such as the cobra, krait and the viper. This wildlife sanctuary also houses a number of birds such as woodpeckers, black bulbuls, jungle fowls, laughing thrushes, mynas, kingfishers and peafowls. Boating and trekking are the leisurely activities that can be enjoyed here.
4. Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary (also known as Vembanad Bird Sanctuary) is situated at Kumarakom in Kottayam district in the Indian state of Kerala, on the banks of Vembanad Lake. The main attractions of this wildlife sanctuary in Kerala are the waterfowl, cuckoo, owl, egret, heron and the water duck. The migratory birds include Flycatcher, Teal, Siberian Stork, Crane and Wood Beetle which are seen during their respective migratory season. Beyond the sanctuary, one can take a boat ride in Vembanad Lake or along the Kavanar River.
5. Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary
Located in the southern part of the Western Ghats in Pathanapuram in Kollam district is the Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary. The thing that you might not know about this sanctuary is it is constituted mainly for the protection of the highly endangered endemic hardwood tree Shenduruny after which the sanctuary is named and known for. This wildlife sanctuary is also the home to many endangered species such as elephants, tigers, bison, leopards, lion-tailed macaques, Nilgiri langurs, sambar, wild boar, deer and others.
6. Malabar Wildlife Sanctuary
Malabar Wildlife Sanctuary is a biodiversity hotspot situated in Kakkayam town of Kozhikode district in the south Indian state Kerala. This is the 16th Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala with a mission to protect the rare species of flora and fauna. The enchanting waterfalls of Urakkuzhi, the dam and the rich forest area make this a favourite spot for tourists on Kerala tour. The vegetation is diverse and you can find a variety of mammals in the forest area. Also, over 200 species of medicinal plants are found here along with about 50 ferns.
7. Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the must-visit sanctuaries in Kerala. Unlike the others, this Sanctuary has many hill ranges. Trekking is a major attraction here and very much loved by tourists. The entire area is covered in tropical and semi-evergreen forests and is a truly riveting sight. Also, it is a home to wide range of animals such as elephants, gaur, sambar, spotted deer, barking deer, Nilgiri Langur, Hanuman Langur and the Malabar Giant Squirrel.
8. Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most beautiful retreats of Kerala and is the second largest wildlife sanctuary in Kerala. It is joined to two other wildlife parks – Nagarhole and Bandipur of Karnataka on the northeast and Mudumalai of Tamil Nadu on the southeast. This sanctuary is considered as the safest heavens for different species of vultures like the White-rumped Vultures and the Red-headed Vultures. A visit to the Sanctuary offers tourists a chance to witness the efforts made by the management to conserve the biological reserve of the park, which is truly amazing.
If you are thinking about pre-wedding shoot in Bangalore, then these (below) places are must visit. The reasons are many- couples can use the best photos as the backdrop of their wedding invitation card, make them a part of their wedding albums, or create short video or slideshow to showcase during wedding. Here is the […] The post Top 8 Pre-Wedding Photoshoot Locations in Bangalore appeared first on Wish Plan...
If you are thinking about pre-wedding shoot in Bangalore, then these (below) places are must visit. The reasons are many- couples can use the best photos as the backdrop of their wedding invitation card, make them a part of their wedding albums, or create short video or slideshow to showcase during wedding.
Here is the list of pre-wedding photoshoot locations in Bangalore. All these photography places are simply gorgeous and best for the candid pre-wedding shoot in Bangalore.
8 Amazing Pre-Wedding Photoshoot Locations in Bangalore
1. Windsor Manor
One of the stunning plus beautiful Bangalore photoshoot places is ITC Windsor Manor. The captivating white neo-classical structure dating back to the 19th century adds a lot of vintage charm to your pre-wedding shoot. This luxurious hotel might just create some of the best memories for you and your love.
2. Sommer House
One of the best places for pre-wedding shoot in Bangalore, Sommer House is the location where you can get the shoot done anytime of the day; the weather is pleasing throughout. With its own collection of vintage cars and decorations and that elegantly beautiful bungalow, this adds that gorgeous old world charm to your shoot.
3. Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple
Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple Photoshoot has become a trend these days. This ancient temple has mind-blowing texture colors which make photos look more vibrant. Located at the base of Nandi Hills, it is undoubtedly very picturesque and a perfect location for pre-wedding photography.
4. Cubbon Park
Cubbon Park also is among the gorgeous pre-wedding photoshoot locations in Bangalore. For all those couples looking for a sylvan surrounding to be the background of their photographs, this park has a large number of wonderful spots for them. It has ancient, huge trees, lush surroundings, a bandstand and an aquarium and has a fairytale quality to add in pictures.
5. JP Nagar Outskirts
The outskirts of JP Nagar welcome couples who want a calm and serene surrounding for their pre-wedding photo shoot, and want no one to disturb them. Though it is not a tourist spot, you can enjoy complete privacy, especially for early morning shoots.
6. Nandi Hills
One of the picture-perfect pre-wedding photoshoot locations in Bangalore is Nandi Hills. This scenic place offers you variety of scenic backdrops for your shoot. If you want your pre-wedding photo shoot 4,851 feet above sea level, don’t miss this place.
Satori, a farmhouse in Whitefield, offers you things which makes your pre-wedding shoot in Bangalore extraordinary. Landscaped gardens, with being close to nature, and the vast open space will give you mesmerising photographs which you will look at ten years from now and adore. Get ready for some epic photos before your wedding.
8. Elements Resort
A gorgeous place away from hustle and bustle of the city, which provides with greenery, starlit halls and amazing customisable decor. They make for a riveting stay and also provide for a perfect backdrop for your pre-wedding photographs.
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