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Entertainment

Kareena happier after marriage: Farah Khan

Tuesday, 11 December 2012
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Mumbai, December 11:

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.

Farah says both Kareena and Salman Khan were very supportive during the shoot.

"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.

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Hyderabad Urdu papers launch campaign for simple weddings: Indian Express
Wednesday, 12 December 2012

New Delhi, December 12:At a time when the big Indian wedding season is on in full swing, editors of three major Urdu papers of Hyderabad have launched a campaign to move towards simpler and more austere marriage celebrations, with an “appeal” to their readers.

The three broadsheets, Siasat, Munsif and Rahnuma-e-Deccan, are known to wield considerable influence.

The appeal has been made in “consultation with the Ulema” and “in the light of the Quran and tradition”, say editors Zahid Ali Khan (Siasat), Khan Latif Mohammed Khan (Munsif) and Syed Viqaruddin Qadri (Rahnuma-e-Deccan).

The campaign suggests holding the marriage ceremony in mosques, avoiding dowry, limiting festivities to family and those coming from outside town, avoiding lavish dinner parties post nikaah, and sticking to the time set for the ceremonies. The ‘Daawat-e-Walima’ — the reception hosted by the boy’s side — should be organised keeping in view “the condition of the poor and deprived, and done simply”, says the campaign.

Earlier, a news report on two sisters in Baghpat in western Uttar Pradesh being ferried to their weddings in a helicopter and elephant respectively, at a huge cost, had been widely commented upon in the papers.

“We are focusing on persuading all sides to host just a tea party after the nikaah and to resist pressure to spend enormously on the ceremony. We have got very good response. We hope to put up posters and distribute pamphlets in masjids too very soon,” said Zaheeruddin Ali Khan, the managing editor of Siasat.

Fireworks, “band-baaja”, videography and expensive stage and decorations should be avoided, adds the campaign, directed mainly towards the youth.

Courtesy: Seema Chishti, Indian Express

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/hyderabad-urdu-papers-launch-campaign-...

Comments:
A great and a long awaited MOVE and compaign.

During PROPHET SALLAHUALAIHI WA SALLAM'S TIME NIKAH WAS EASY ZINA WAS DIFFFICULT AS THERE WERE ALWAYS INSTANT MARRAIGES. MARRAIGES WERE MADE EASY.

BROTHERS THIS MOVE WILL BRING A DRASTIC CHANGE IN OUR COMMUNITY AND IMPROVE OUR SOCIAL & ECONOMICAL ASPECTS.

SPENDING MONEY LAVISHLY FOR JUST ONE DAY TO SHOW PPLE IS NOT ACCEPTABLE IN ISLAAM.

SO MANY MARRIAGES ARE DELAYED JUST BECAUSE OF THESE LAVISH FUNCTIONS AND CEREMONIES.

PPLE ARE FORCED TO GET LOANS BEYOND THEIR CAPACITIES FOR SUCH FUNCTIONS.

TODAY THE GROOM PERFORMS WALIMA DINNER OF MORE THAN 2 LAKHS AND TOMORROW AGAIN EITHER ON BICYCLE OR BIKE.

SO SAVE MONEY BROTHERS.

FEAR ALLAH BROTHERS

SAVING IS AS GOOD AS EARNING

PLEASE SUPPORT THIS COMPAIGN.

SO MANY GIRLS ABOVE 30YEARS ARE STILL UNMARRIED.EVEN BOYS TOO.

MAKE SMALL GATHERINGS NOT MORE THAN 50 PLLE WITH SIMPLE ONE DISH OR AT LEAST FEED 50-100 POOR PPLE INSTEAD OF FEEDING ALL THOSE RICH.

INITIALLY THIS MOVE WILL HAVE LOT OF OBJECTIONS FROM BUSINESS SECTOR AS THEIR BUSINESS WILL BE MOUCH MORE DOWN.

PHOOL WALA
SHAADI KHANA WALA
CATERING WALA
JWELLERS

ALLWILL OPPOSE THIS MOVE.

ALL THE BEST TO ALL OF YOU.

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