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President & CEO M Waqas ur Rehman Dear readers

Managing Director Louis Niel

Editor In Chief M Awais

Design Director Beenish Waqas

Editorial Director Larry Fogg

The cover story of EMAL this month has brought you a message that says “ FORGIVENESS IS THE FRAGRANCE OF EVERY FLOWER’S SOUL BLOSSOMING IN NATURE.” TA Chat with ALI Riaz, CEO Decent furniture proclaim 'We are projecting ambiance and

not just furniture.' Marketing Manager Edona Alina Badjva

Creative Director Chalo Garcia

Manager Pakistan M Asad

Int. Relation Manager Irum Shah

Manager UAE Khaleel Khan

Manager Norway Nadeem Bhadjwa

After eight successful fashion events in London, Riwayat is proud to have produced yet another outstanding Pakistan Fashion Week London season 9 having EMAL International as there official Print media & Magazine partners, hosted at the Grand Connaught Rooms on the 4th -5th June. Smartwatches get more popular, it will be interesting to see how traditional watchmakers react. Tag Heuer is getting a jump on some of its rivals by launching a US$1,500 Android Wear watch that stands as the first from a Swiss watch-making company. Mr. Larry is in Australia this month, read the do’s and don't’s if you make a trip there.

Manager USA Christine Szeredy

See the movies that are striking the box office this month.

Manager UK M Awais

Happy Readings Regards M Waqas. R

Assistant Designer Maliha Khan

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FOOD MANGO DRINK MUTTHI KABAB MAYO FRIED CHICKEN MUTTON KHOYA KABAB BOTI TIKKA MASALA KHEER

BEAUTY CARE HAIR STYLING BASICS MADE EASY

TRENDS 2016 HAIRCUT DIRECTORY TRENDS You Need to Know for Summer

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TECHNOLOGY TAG HEUER GETS CONNECTED WITH THE FIRST SWISS-MADE ANDROID WEAR SMARTWATCH Small-Brained Elephantnose Fish can Think Big Like Humans

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PICTURE OF THE MONTH HOME & DECOR ATTRACTIVE CELEBRITY BEDROOMS SWEET DREAMS ARE MADE OF THESE.

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GOSSIPS

TRIP TO SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

Daniel Radcliffe Returning To Play Iconic Character 'Harry Potter' Again? Kareena Kapoor Khan is pregnant, expecting baby in December Fawad Khan to host IIFA Rocks with Karan Johar So is Jennifer Winget doing a film with Fawad Khan & Ranveer Singh?


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TECHNOLOGY

Small-Brained Elephantnose Fish can Think Big Like Humans African elephantnose fish can swap between its electrical and visual senses in the same way a person can switch between sight and touch. Fish may be smarter than we thought. Not only can some recognize human faces, but others can use their senses in a way that it was believed only humans and other mammals could manage. A team of zoologists at the University of Bonn has discovered that, despite lacking a complex brain, the African elephantnose fish can swap between its electrical and visual senses in the same way a person can switch between sight and touch.

What the researchers found is that the fish could recognize objects electrically that they had only seen visually, In addition, they favored whichever sense was most reliable at the time with the electrical sense dominating when the object was close up, while vision dominated with distant objects. The fish were started in the experiments with the lights on, where they could use both senses, then in the dark. With the lights off, the team could see that the fish found their goal, but only at short range – indicating that it was using its electrical sense. The scientists then made the objects electrically invisible, so the fish could use only sight and repeated the experiment.

The ability to recognize objects across different is senses is regarded as an evolutionary plus because it provides the animal with greater sensory flexibility in different environments. However, it's been thought that this ability was confined to certain highly developed mammals, including monkeys, dolphins, rats, and humans, because the information processing was thought to According to Bonn, statistical analyses showed identical require a cerebral cortex. That is, until the elephantnose fish performance as they swapped between vision and electrical came along. impulses. Also, they did it with a consistency that indicates Peters' elephantnose fish (Gnathonemus petersii) is common to that all elephantnose fish share this talent. the slower rivers of West Africa, where it hunts for insect larvae As to why the elephantnose can do this, the Bonn team just before dawn and after sunset. It's also one of a number of fish hasn't speculated, but it could be that the fish uses a equipped with an electrical organ that allows it to generate a weak specialized algorithm or processing system, the job of electrical field that allows it to sense its immediate environment sense-swapping is less complex than believed, or fish are like a living motion detector. It also has eyes that it uses to just really clever. navigate as well as to track and catch its supper. What the Bonn team found was that the elephantnose can switch between these two senses despite having a tiny brain. People and animals can navigate a darkened room by touch, hearing, or even smell, and then switch immediately to sight when the lights come on without having to reassess their surroundings. This was thought to require the cerebral cortex of the mammalian brain, but the elephantnose fish doesn't have a cerebral cortex and seems to manage it like a ZX-80 running Windows 10. To study this phenomenon, the zoologists took 10 fish and taught them how to recognize objects using both their visual and electrical senses. They did this using an aquarium separated into two chambers that held a sphere and a cuboid object. Each fish was introduced to the aquarium and taught to select one or the other object with rewards of larvae.

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TAG HEUER GETS CONNECTED WITH THE FIRST SWISS-MADE ANDROID WEAR SMARTWATCH Tag Heuer launching a US$1,500 Android Wear watch that stands as the first from a Swiss watch-making company.

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s smartwatches get more popular, it will be interesting to see how traditional watchmakers react. Tag Heuer is getting a jump on some of its rivals by launching a US$1,500 Android Wear watch that stands as the first from a Swiss watch-making company. Tag Heuer Connected is an interesting proposition. On one hand, it's a smartwatch with the cred of a 155-yearold Swiss watchmaker, and the craftsmanship you'd expect from such a timepiece. But on the other hand, well, it's a friggin' Android Wear watch that costs $1,500. If smartwatches from tech companies still looked like they did a year and a half ago, then this might be seen as a breakthrough. But companies like Huawei, LG, Motorola and Apple have shown that tech companies can make some stylish and beautiful watches on their own – and all but Apple's Edition models cost less than that (usually by a wide margin). Tag Heuer Connected is the first Android Wear watch with a titanium casing, and it joins the Huawei Watch as the second with a sapphire display. Its band is made of vulcanized rubber and includes a titanium folding clasp. If the watch's design doesn't entice you to fork over $1,500, then don't expects its tech to do anything to change that. It has a round 1.5-inch display with 360 x 360 resolution (240 PPI). It is the first Android Wear watch with an Intel processor, a 1.6 GHz dual core chip and is also the first Android Wear watch with 1 GB of RAM (every previous one has had 512 MB). Tag Heuer estimates a minimum 25 hours uptime for its 410 mAh battery with typical usage. Those are some good, solid specs for an Android Wear watch, but not significantly better than rivals that run in the $300-400 range.

If you're shopping for a smartwatch, and don't fancy yourself a Swiss watch geek, then this probably isn't the product for you. Think of Connected less as as something you'll consider next to the Huawei Watch or Moto 360, and more for folks who already appreciate traditional Swiss watch craftsmanship and are intrigued by adding some smarts to that equation. For anyone else, it's hard to see how that price can be justified. Tag Heuer Connected is available to order today, online and in Tag Heuer stores. It ships with a black case and a choice of seven band colors (though only the black strap is available for online orders).

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EVENTS

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Bubblegum Hijabi blogger

Adnan , Chris with Pak High Com.

Ayesha Saeed

Hassan Riaz

Ambreen Ahmed & Anisha

Pak High Commissioner with Wife

Alia with her husband

Ahsan

Bushra Imran & Imran Alia Malik

After eight successful fashion events in London, Riwayat is proud to have produced yet another outstanding Pakistan Fashion Week London which was hosted at the Grand Connaught Rooms on the 4th 5th June. Riwayat's journey has been a rich one so far, and the 9th edition showcased 36 top designers from the subcontinent and beyond at PFW. The two-day event focused on latest trends in Asian designer-wear including contemporary and formal/bridal/ resor t selections Some of the exquisite designers included Agha Noor, Gul Ahmed Textiles, Umsha by Umsha Babar, Sapphire, Ayesha Ajejaz, Shameel Ansari and Ahsan Menswear.

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The show was hosted by nonother than the very talented and renowned television celebrity of Pakistan Ayesha Sana. Riwayat were delighted to welcome Pakistan's High Commissioner, His Excellency Syed Ibne Abbas, to the Grand Finale Catwalk Show. The show was enhanced by some of Pakistani top models including Nadia Hussain Khan, EshalFayyaz, Hira Ejaz and Hira Shah. Film actress Sana Fakhar walked the catwalk for MoazzamAbbasi. Credits: Event Produced by: RiwayatLtd Choreography: Hajira Ahmad @ EBH Official Photography: Shahid Malik Head Stylist: Nabila Hair and Make-up supported by Saima Kiran

Sarah Salman With Family

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Fayaz Ghafoor WCOP

Faz Zia & Daughter

Iqra Saqib

Erum Masood Nida Azwer

shivani ahluwalia with her Mother

Fehmida Lakhany

Rabia & Daughter

Nazish, dauther & guest

Najia & Saira Haq Ali

Sonali Malhotra

Shahid Malik

Sana Rashid & Hassan Riaz Sam Dada and friend

Sarah with friends

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Hina & Rozina

Hina & Rozina

Humayun Khan & Sana

Seema & Madiha Gohar Moazzam Abbasi with Hira Sha Nabila


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A CHAT WITH ALI RIAZ

DT ECENT FURNISHERS F HE STYLE TYCOON OF URNITURE INDUSTRY

TURNING IDEAS INTO ACTIONS 'We are projecting ambiance and not just furniture.' Said Mr. Ali Riaz , CEO of Decent Furniture shares about his journey that led to Ambiance and his love for craftsmanship. With over six decades of experience in premium furniture making; we have finally stepped out from their comfort zone and humble abode in Gujrat to test rushing waters of mega metropolises; Lahore and UK. One of the golden rules to venture in a big city is to abide by the basic principle of going a step ahead from others. The common complaint for any store not doing well is that it refuses to move on with the changing times. 'We call the expansion of our brand in foreign market as our biggest achievement,' said Ali Riaz while talking to EMAL International Magazine. This is precisely Ambiance by Decent Furnishers offers wide horizons for its shoppers here in Lahore and promises to be a one-stop solution in of fering decorative accessories, art work, household textiles, tapestry apart from an amazing furniture range on display.

I did my Masters in International Business from Monash University, Melbourne Australia. I joined my Family business in 2004 expanded it to UK and developed it by establishing complete Villas in UAE. With the business degree in hand, I changed the company's business strategy and focused more on Domestic and corporate market which

results in a rapid growth and the milestone was achieved after getting recognition from banking sector, universities, Government, Sami Government on a permanent basis.

What is the story behind the name “Ambience?� The story and concept behind the name Ambience is the result of evolutions that we have experienced in the lifestyle and how its meaning and importance has transformed 'WE ARE PROJECTING AMBIANCE both residential and commercial level. The shop itself is a vision to behold. Located at AND NOT JUST FURNITURE.' the swanky Defence market the five storied Said Mr. Ali Riaz , store presents the best fusion of modern CEO of Decent Furnishers with traditional bearing a cosmopolitan

How do you associate yourself with the fields of architecture and interior design?

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appeal. 'It took us a year to choose an ideal location to open our store in Lahore. We were initially inclined towards a showroom at MM Alam road but this place has its own charm,' Ali told. Expecting a niche clientele Ali sought help from his older brother Ahmad Riaz who is an architect from NCA. The duo combo began to work diligently in setting up the place and also traveled abroad to bring a design aesthetic that is uncommon for most people here.Having a fetish for perfection comes out in form of attention to detailing to various aspects of the store. The front entrance is predominantly the focal point of the premises having an extensive view of the items on display. The owners' penchant for heavy wooden furnishings doesn't in any way over shadow the look instead they have cleverly mixed and matched t h e f u r n i t u r e w i t h s i l ve r wa r e accessories which adds glamour to the area.

Why it took longer then expected? 'Everything was getting into so much detailing that the project which was supposed to finish in a month took much longer than anticipated.' The bush hammering method done on the walls for instance and side wall made of fiber each tile is made individually while the silver effect projects a luxurious impact. The elevated pedestal hosts a grand furniture display made rustic with wooden planks joined together on the floor, wall and the roof with small pebbles strewn around. Revealing gigantic sized mirrors dot the entire place and strategically placed planters for an instant charm. With modern classic lines done in rosewood, sheeshum and mahogany the designs are further complimented by rich detailing in the form of carvings and hand work.

What's the point that differentiates you from others? What is so special you are offering? 'It's not just about putting a Versace sofa What part of the project excites you the in every room. We are offering a most? coordinated theme and proud to call it as One case in point is the staircase that takes one to the mezzanine floor 'Tricky staircase done up in two tones gives a very complete look. We have used oil paint to kill the blank look and break the monotony,' while explaining about the significance of this technique Ali mentioned that the oil paint technique makes usage of enamel base and one can move it around. 'There's a lighter tone at one end and a darker on the other so it gives a floating sort and then blends into the wall for a fuller affect.' It is impossible not to admire the wall affects set in milieu of the carved diwans, mahogany chest of drawers, solid wood bed sets, coffee tables and cabinets with detailed woodwork.

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a one stop solution.' The coveted line gets a further strengthening by adding tapestry and curtain drapery section in the basement. The duo handpicked items for curtain dressing from Turkey. They are certain pieces which are exorbitantly priced but they are aiming for a niche market. 'There was a time when people used to buy seven piece sofas but now they like to combine exclusive one-off pieces. Everybody without an iota of knowledge on furniture is making it so we have made a lot of investment in making our production line very strong,' said Ali. The silver plated Indian accessories and widest selection of decor elements including lamps, vases and mirrors give a loud statement and change the overall look of any room. The availability of silver ware accessories not to be found elsewhere becomes a well worth effort and one should head out to catch a glance. What's more that they have displayed art work from renowned artists and hand knotted carpets for the shopper to make full advantage of his or her visit. Beautiful lamps, wall art and opulent furniture boasting the workmanship of skilled workers gives any house a decadent regal class. So whether one wants to create a spectacle decorating the whole house, your private bedroom or workplace the elements at Ambiance encompasses a perfecting milieu and a shoppers' haven- an ideal spot filled with character and warmth. It's hard not be awed by the quality of the products on display and precision to detailing.


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ATTRACTIVE CELEBRITY BEDROOMS SWEET DREAMS ARE MADE OF THESE. Take inspiration from these celebrity bedrooms we can't help but love. From expansive master suites to modest and cozy spaces we tour celebrity homes for the most romantic bedrooms of the stars. Expect plenty of texture, luxe materials, endless fireplaces, multiple chandeliers, and a view we could only dream of.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE

This large master bedroom is truly a luscious hideaway, from the beautifully worn silk rug to the oversized tufted bench and headboard, to the (two!) romantic chandeliers overhead.

DIANE KEATON Falling in line with the calm, relaxing feel throughout the home, the master suite's modern rustic vibe is the perfect spot to unwind in bed next to a cozy fire.

CAMERON DIAZ

Cozying up in this master bedroom is easy thanks to the luxe and plush textures throughout.

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ALEXANDRA WENTWORTH & GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS

In the home of actress Alexandra Wentworth and Good Morning America cohost George Stephanopoulos, the master bedroom's patterned armchair and bed pillows add a dose of energy to the otherwise subdued neutral palette.

JOSIE NATORI

Modern architecture meets Eastern antiques in the Manhattan bedroom of fashion designer Josie Natori. The clean-lined space custom bed with one of Natori's antique textiles used as a bedcover; another textile is mounted above. The tranquil wall color is Gonn Bianco.

JONNY BUCKLAND In Colplay guitarist Jonny Buckland's master bedroom, the bed is dressed with linens and a pillow covered in a vintage grain sack, the painting is by Thilo Heinzmann, and the walls are painted in farrow & ball modern emulsion in down pipe.

MONIQUE LHUILLIER

In Monique Lhullier's master bedroom, a mixed-media work hangs above a bed dressed in Frette linens.

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CANDACE BUSHNELL

The rest of her apartment exudes dramatic glamour, but the city author Candace Bushnell made an exception with her bedroom—using muted tones and understated furnishings. The bed is dressed with an antique suzani, the rug is in olive green complements the whole room theme.

DONATELLA VERSACE

Known for her over-the top, exuberant style, Donatella Versace's Milan bedroom is an eclectic—yet surprisingly restrained—combination of classic and modern. The grand space features a metal bed, a black lacquer side table and painting Il Grande Metafisico.

JONATHON ADLER Designer Jonathan Adler and Barneys New York creative director Simon Doonan's Palm Beach pad is as vibrant as its stylish owners. The master bedroom shines with a Paul Evans chrome bed and a giant silver dollar replica found at a thrift shop—not to mention the megawatt walls painted in Bold Yellow.

MICHAEL BAY

In the master bedroom of "Armageddon" director Michael Bay's home, a backlit wall of onyx partially conceals the bath, the walls are paneled in oak, and the custom-made bed is dressed in Frette linens; the headboard leather and Christian Liaigre console table and bench are from Holly Hunt, and the light fixtures and sconces look great.

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Credits Photographer: Fame Park Studios Model: Hanna Marie HMUA: Lauren Messina Florist: The Amors Floral Design

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TRAVEL&TOURISM

L ARRY F OGG TRIP TO SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

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flew to Sydney, Australia, on July 6th for a long weekend visit primarily to hopefully tour the tall ship HMB (Her Majesties Bark) Endeavour which is normally docked at the Australian National Maritime Museum at Darling Harbour in Sydney. The current HMB Endeavour is a replica of the original circa 1780s HMB Endeavour, the vessel that Captain James Cook sailed during his famous world-wide voyages. I had visited the Endeavour during July 2009 but was unable to tour the ship because it was undergoing a refit program to replace one or more of the masts. I arrived at Sydney early morning on July 7th and took the train from the airport to Central Station. Since it had been raining, and rain continued to look imminent, I elected to hire a taxi to the Holiday Inn Darling Harbour hotel. I chose this hotel because it was located nearby most of the places that I intended to visit. Since my room would not be available for several hours, I checked my luggage with the hotel concierge and walked to the Australian National Maritime Museum to verify that the Endeavour was in port and returned to the hotel as it began raining once again. The rain continued most of the day and into the evening. The following morning was cloudy as I returned to the maritime museum and was finally able to board the Endeavour. The ship is magnificent and the museum has volunteers stationed at different parts of the ship to give historical information and to answer questions from the visitors. According to the museum brochure, there are 18 miles of rope, 750 wooden blocks, and 28 sails spreading 10,000 square feet of canvas. The foremast is 119 feet, 11 inches; the main mast is 127 feet, 11 inches; and the mizzen mast is 78 feet, 9 inches, all made from Douglas Fir. The windlass with its two red carved sailor heads raises and lowers the anchors – the two largest anchors weigh nearly one ton each. The ship’s bell marked time and was struck each half hour. Eight bells started and ended each four-hour watch. The lower deck extends the full length of the ship. The firehearth area is situated below the foredeck area

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and near the forward end of the lower deck. It contains the huge iron stove (firehearth) that was state-of-the-art in 1768 where all of the food was cooked. The cabins and workshops around the firehearth belonged to the carpenter, boatswain, and sailmaker. The crew’s mess deck, with swinging tables and hammocks, was situated just aft of the firehearth area. Each sailor had just 14 inches in which to sling his hammock at night – these were taken down and stowed each morning. Today, 36 voyage crew sail with the ship, relaxing and sleeping here in their numbered hammocks just as Cook’s men did in the 18th century. The midshipmen/mates’ mess and officers' cabins are situated aft of the crew mess deck area and extend to the stern of the ship. The after deck was situated directly above the lower deck area occupied by the midshipmen/mates’ mess and officers cabins. The after deck contains the great cabin, the captain’s and gentlemen’s cabins. The area between the cabins was the commissioned officers’ mess.


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THE DO'S: Ÿ COOGEE AND BONDI BEACH ARE VERY

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NICE AND ONLY A SHORT BUS RIDE AWAY, BUT IF YOU HAVE A CHANCE, HEAD OVER TO MANLY BEACH. GETTING THERE REQUIRES A FERRY RIDE, BUT THE BEACH AND SURROUNDING SHOPS MAKE IT WORTHWHILE. DEFINITELY CHECK OUT PADDY'S MARKET. IT HAS THE CHEAPEST EVERYTHING IN SYDNEY, ESPECIALLY IF YOU WANT TO BUY SOUVENIRS AND PRODUCE. DO SPEND A DAY EXPLORING THE BLUE MOUNTAINS. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EACH AND EVERY TRAVELING OPPORTUNITY THAT IFSABUTLER PROVIDES. IT IS ALREADY PAID FOR, AND INCLUDES ADVENTURE TRIPS LIKE DOLPHIN WATCHING AND BLUE MOUNTAINS HIKES. DO SPEND AS MUCH TIME AS POSSIBLE IN THE BEAUTIFUL CAIRNS. DO ORDER A SOY-SKIM-CAP-DUSTEDWITH-GOLD-WITH-EXACTLY-5MM-OFFOAM-AND-A-DALI-ESQUE-DESIGN-ONTHE-TOP. PREFERABLY MADE FROM COFFEE BEANS HAND ROASTED. CLIMB THE ICONIC SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE.

The quarter deck was at the stern of the ship and was the preserve of the captain and officers. There is a large capstan (a vertical winch) that was used to hoist heavy spars and yards and to maneuver the ship at anchor. Ten wooden bars are inserted and pushed around by up to thirty sailors – this still operates by muscle power today. The wheel (helm) is manned by two helmsmen, one on each side. It is connected to the tiller by ropes which run around the large wooden drum and through a set of blocks. Pens for sheep, pigs, and poultry were kept at the stern. Some areas of the ship were not accessible during my tour. These included the hold at the bottom of the ship and modern additions such as the engine room and the 21st century deck with showers and marine toilets.

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The sun actually came out while I was touring the ship and then the clouds began to reappear as I entered the maritime museum to have a look at the new temporary exhibits that were not present last year. As I left the museum to walk back to my hotel, light misty rain began to fall. Shortly after I arrived back at my hotel heavy rain resumed and continued for the remainder of the day. Saturday morning was once again cloudy so I decided to walk to the Powerhouse Museum – the museum for science and design. It is advertised as one of the most popular museums in Australia. One of the highlights was a vast collection of steam powered devices including the first locomotive in New South Wales, the Boulton & Watt engine, a steam powered carousel, stand alone steam engines, and many industrial machines from the age of steam power. I was intrigued by a huge box kite that appeared to be used for flying a person to altitude. The air and space section had replicas of a Russian lunar surface explorer, space capsules, and a weightless laboratory that visitors could enter and experience an illusion of being weightless. Another of the museums favorite attractions is the Strasburg Clock model built by a Sydney clockmaker, Richard B. Smith, at the age of 25 as a centenary ‘gift’ to the state of New South Wales. He began work on Australia Day in 1897 and three years later the clock was on display at the Technological Museum (as the Powerhouse Museum was then called).

THE DON'TS: Ÿ DON’T TAKE BEACH SAFETY SIGNS LIGHTLY. Ÿ DON’T SAY “PUT ANOTHER SHRIMP ON THE

BARBIE” Ÿ DON’T UNDERESTIMATE DISTANCES. Ÿ TIPPING IS NOT THE CUSTOM IN AUSTRALIA. SERVICE WORKERS ARE PAID A FAIR WAGE HERE.

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35 DEATHS (MOSTLY HEART ATTACKS) AND INJURIES THROUGHOUT THE YEARS. NOT EVERYONE IS AWARE, HOWEVER, THAT THE LOCAL ANANGU PEOPLE PREFER TOURISTS NOT TO CLIMB ULURU BECAUSE OF ITS SPIRITUAL SIGNIFICANCE TO THEM. DON’T SURF WITHOUT KNOWING THE ETIQUETTE. DON’T JUST STICK TO THE BIG CITIES. DON’T PET THE DINGOS THEY MAY LOOK LIKE CUTE POOCHES YOU’D HAVE AS A PET, BUT AUSTRALIAN DINGOS ARE WILD DOGS. DON’T GO TO FRASER ISLAND WITH AN INEXPERIENCED DRIVER. DON’T FORGET A HAT, SUNSCREEN AND MOZZIE SPRAY. DON’T GO TO THE GOLD COAST DURING “SCHOOLIES WEEK.” DON’T GO OFF TRACK IN THE BUSH THERE ARE JUST SO MANY THINGS THAT COULD GO WRONG OUT THERE, INCLUDING MENACING FLORA AND FAUNA, THICK VEGETATION OR LACK THEREOF, EXCESSIVE HEAT AND DEHYDRATION CONCERNS, AND JUST THE SHEER VASTNESS OF TERRITORY TO GET HOPELESSLY LOST IN.


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2016

HAIRCUT DIRECTORY Tere's no better way to spark joy in the eyes of a hairdresser than to tell them you're thinking of "a drastic change" when you sit down in the chair. Forget the couple-of-inches-at-most trim, this is the season to go in for the killer cut - choosing a statement style that will transform the way you think, dress, do your makeup‌ It can even transform your career if the spring/summer 2016 catwalks are anything to go by just look at Peyton Knight, who let Guido Palau chop inches off her hair backstage at Alexander Wang to create the perky pageboy style which subsequently landed her a Gucci campaign. This was the season of the "wow" cut - where models with unusual and different styles saw themselves celebrated, rather than subjected to reams of extensions.

The Mica The quintessential cool girl, Argentinian model Mica Arganaraz is instantly recognisable on the catwalk thanks to her nonchalant shag hairstyle, complete with curly fringe worn falling into her eyes for the ultimate don't-care chic. Could you wear it? If you have curly hair, why not?

The Peyton Chiming perfectly with Gucci's geek-chic aesthetic, Peyton Knight's pageboy style, cut in by Guido Palau at the Alexander Wang show just a couple of weeks previously, is the perfect embodiment of fashion's new mood. Could you wear it? It's more versatile than you think (add salt spray and texturising paste for a choppy alternative), but you'll need straight hair to begin with.

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The Isabella A new boyish take on the pixie crop, Isabella Emmack's no-fuss tomboy style is the perfect way to give spring's ultra-pretty sun dresses a masculine twist. Could you wear it? It takes guts to go for the chop, but if there was ever a season for it this is it.

The Marjan The wavy-haired girl's equivalent of The Mica, Marjan Jonkman's tousled waves and eye-skimming fringe have a punk sensibility that make the style feel utterly modern. The platinum hue helps too. Could you wear it? Yes, it's easy to maintain but packs a style punch. And you can always grow out the fringe if it gets on your nerves.

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TRENDS YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR SUMMER What were the big style takeaways from the catwalks in London, Milan and Paris? Here we break down the big menswear trends you need to know for spring/summer 2016.

GO FOR KNEE-SKIMMING SHORTS

While we saw plenty of sporty, Sevenites-style thigh-grazers on the catwalks, perhaps the more wearable shor ts trend this summer is something slightly longer. The majority of shorts hit bang-on knee length, and were either tailored slim without a turn-up and pressed with a crease or cut from something more breathable, such as silk. Patterns were big, but navy was the king colour for the season.

NECK(ERCHIEF) IT

Apart from your more traditional sunglasses and baseball caps, neckerchiefs are the most important accessory for men the season. These were more prevalent at the Paris shows, but were also a noticeable feature in Milan and London especially tied or folded underneath a lightweight, cotton, crew-necked jumper.

GET YOURSELF A CUBAN COLLAR

This season we're looking back to the 1950s and taking inspiration from your grandfather's favourite shortsleeved shirt. As temperatures rise, ditch your heavy knitwear and button down Oxford shirts. Instead get yourself some lightweight shirts featuring the retro Cuban collar. For an even more spring-appropriate look, don't be afraid to go bold.


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PATTERN-ON-PATTERN

Usually during the shows it becomes clear that one particular type of pattern will rule over all for the season - however no such thing emerged for spring/summer '16. Instead, the trend came from not what to wear, but how to wear it - as a head-to-toe look. Whether you go for matching pattern at top and bottom or two colourcomplementary exploded prints, the key to pulling this off is exercising restraint where it's needed. Keep your accessories solid coloured and preferably in blank-canvas shades like navy, black or white, and let that big bold print speak for itself.

SUMMER'S A GREY AREA

Usually the warmer months invite an explosion of colour on the catwalks - but for SpringS u m m e r 2 016 d e s i g n e r s seemed to unanimously decide on a more subdued palette, with grey topping the list as the most widely-seen hue. Sure, it's a colour that all men have in their wardrobe already, but next season it's all about how you wear it: varying shades and patterns of grey should be worn all at once to create a look that's big on texture.

GET SOME GREENS

Green has been around for a few seasons now, but this season it's booming. While we've previously seen green as a head-totoe outfit in the same shade, for S/S '16 we'll see the shades split up and mixed together. Beginners should clash hues using accessories (such as ties or bags), but for next level menswear points commit with a few contrasting pieces that you can wear together.

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Daniel Radcliffe Returning To Play Iconic Character 'Harry Potter' Again?

does not appreciate the nickname Human Barbie. She tells that she feels she's just a "classy girl" who wakes up and puts makeup on in the morning. " We a l l h ave c h a n g e d s i n c e childhood," she says "From the age of 14 years, I have not particularly changed, except for body and hair color." As soon as she wakes up, Lukyanova says her first order of business is to apply makeup because she finds it "motivating." Her entire process takes about an hour and a half, but she doesn't mind because she says without makeup many people would just "spend the whole day lying in bed doing nothing."

Hold on to your sorting hats, Potter fans! Daniel Radcliffe said he might be playing everyone's favorite Gryffindor again! WE KNOW. What it would take for Daniel to fly back into the wizarding world. Daniel revealed in an interview on June 28 that he might be willing to put his robes back on. But do we really think Harry will return some day? Is Daniel just toying with our hearts? We can only get so much joy from Fantastic Beasts.

Deepika Padukone is the new Serena but with a GUN

Next James Bond: Aidan Turner Pips Tom Hiddleston as New Favourite

Human Barbie Valeria Lukyanova Answers Plastic Surgery Questions & Talks the Misconceptions of Her Looks Valeria Lukyanova, the Ukrainian model who became known as the Human Barbie, is finally answering questions about the plastic surgery she's had done to transform her looks. owever, let it be known that she still

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audio versions), with Idris Elba mooted as the best man for the job. The best woman, meanwhile, appears to be Gillian Anderson - the X-Files star signalled her willingness to be the first female Bond by retweeting a mockedup poster of her as the secret agent last month.

"There is no smoke without a fire and it certainly looks like Turner has been in negotiations with the Bond producers and it will be interesting to see how long we will be able to keep the market open for." Rival bookmaker Coral suspended betting on Tom Hiddleston last month after he was spotted with Spectre director Sam Mendes and Bond producer Barbara Broccoli, causing a spike in betting on him to be the next 007. However, the Night Manager star played down the rumours last week at Wizard World Comic Con in Philadelphia. "I don't think that announcement is coming," he told fans. Several commentators have suggested it is time for a black Bond on film (David Oyelowo and Hugh Quarshie have both played the role in

Bollywood Deepika Padukone bagged all the awards this year for her great performance in 'Piku' and 'Bajirao Mastani' back home. The actress now is all gung-ho about her big screen debut in Hollywood opposite none other than Vin Diesel in 'xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage'.

So is Jennifer Winget doing a film with Fawad Khan & Ranveer Singh? Tinsel town has been abuzz with talks of Jennifer Winget being cast in Zoya Akhtar's next project, which already boasts of bigwigs like Fawad Khan and Ranveer Singh. Adding fuel to the fire is none other


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than Jennifer herself. The TV star posted a beautiful selfie on Instagram with a rather cryptic message. She captioned the picture, ““rumor has it... haven't you heard?, maybe it's 'bout time! Now won't that be a dream come true.

Priyanka Chopra spills the beans about Deepika Padukone's next Hollywood venture Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone have been able to create a niche for themselves in Hollywood. The two Bollywood beauties are looking forward to their respective Hollywood debut films – 'Baywatch' and 'xXx: The Return of Xander Cage' which are slated to release in 2017. According to a report in India.com, the former Miss World said that she isn't doing another Hollywood film in the near future. While clarifying that she doesn't have any Hollywood venture in her kitty right now, PeeCee spilled the beans about her contemporary Deepika's next project in the west. Though she didn't divulge details, she did say that Deepika does have another Hollywood film in the pipeline. However, Deepika has remained tight-lipped about the same.

Kareena Kapoor Khan on Hollywood: I could never do what Priyanka has done

Kareena Kapoor Khan says having a career in Hollywood like fellow actress Priyanka Chopra is not feasible for her as her priorities in life are different than the “Quantico” star. In her recent interview to fashion and lifestyle magazine Vogue, where the actress has also appeared on the cover, Kareena said she does not want to conquer the world. “My priorities are very different. I think it's amazing what Priyanka has done. But I don't think I could ever do something like that. I want to be a married working woman. My responsibilities are a lot more different than hers. I have a husband, I would like to start a family. “I can't give up everything and move to LA. That's not me. The kind of work that these girls have put in, you need to have that kind of dedication of wanting to achieve so much and do it so wonderfully. Also, maybe I'm lazy. I don't want to conquer the world but I don't mind having a little place of my own. It's as simple as that,” she said. The “Ki & Ka” star, 35, and the 33year-old former Miss World shared screen space in 2004 romantic-thriller “Aitraaz”.

Ranbir will do a cameo role in this big film ”Rockstar actor Ranbir kapoor who was last seen in Imatiaz ali's 'Tamasha'. And has just completed the shooting of two other movies. Buzz is that, Ranbir Kapoor will be seen doing a cameo role in a Imtiaz ali's next movie which stars Shahrukh Khan and Anushka Sharma. Recently it was confirmed that, Shahrukh khan will be seen in an Imtiaz ali's film and would be seen playing the character of a tour guide, and Anushka will be a tourist.Film is based in London, Budapest and Punjab. Well, if you are surprised to Ranbir's cameo news, then don't be, as its known to everyone that Imitiaz and ranbir are very close friends and have worked together in past. Een when,

Imtiaz did 'Highway' without Ranbir, the actor joined the team for some promotions and gave his support. We do have seen Ranbir and Anushka together, but it will be interesting to see SRK and Ranbir sharing the screen if they have some scene together.

Fawad Khan to host IIFA Rocks with Karan Johar Often dubbed the 'new-age Khan', Fawad Khan has come a long way from his EP days when he was a moody rocker. A household name in Pakistan, the actor has risen in popularity after starring in Karan Johar's Kapoor & Sons, earlier this year.And while you wait for his next Bollywood film, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and our very own Imran Abbas), word has it that Khan is gearing up to host IIFA Rocks alongside Karan Johar later this summer in Spain. When we contacted Khan to verify the news, his publicist confirmed that he will be hosting the event with Johar. The event is a part of IIFA weekend, apart from the main award night. According to the ticketing site for the event, IIFA Rocks is scheduled to take place on Friday, June 24 in Madrid. “IIFA Weekend will stage the IIFA Rocks show that will have performances by Pritam, Meet Brothers, Parineeti Chopra, Kanika Kapoor, Benny Dayal and many more,” noted the site. As for Khan's upcoming moves, he's got several worthy projects in the pipeline including a film in which he will essay India's current cricket super star, Virat Kohli. Then there is Salman Khan's Jugalbandi in which Khan is reportedly replacing Saif Ali Khan. When asked, Khan refused to confirm or deny the story completely. “Well there's a lot of news going around. I am not going to revalidate anything because we are not yet confirmed of anything,” Khan is quoted saying.

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Emma Watson still feels terrified while walking on the red carpet “Harry Potter” star Emma Watson says she still gets nervous walking the red carpet despite attending film premieres for more than 10 years. The 26-year-old actress has been attending glitzy bashes ever since 2001 when she first took her starring role as Hermione Granger in “Harry Potter” and said she still fears walking in front of so many judging eyes, reported Contactmusic.

Kareena Kapoor Khan is expecting in December Congratulations are in order for Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan. The beautiful actress is pregnant, as confirmed to us by husband Saif Ali Khan. After months of speculations and denial, the couple has finally gone official with the big news. As per Saif, they are expecting their first child in December this year and the actor has thanked his well-wishers for their blessings and the press for showing discretion and patience. “My wife and I would like to announce that we are expecting our first child in December. We would like to thank our well wishers for their blessings and support and also the press for their discretion and patience,” Saif said. This will be Kareena’s first child and Saif’s third. He has two children from his earlier marriage.

“It’s funny because obviously I’ve been doing it since I was like 10-years-old. But it doesn’t ever not feel terrifying. It’s just the level of energy and adrenaline and the amount of people and it is a lot of attention in a small place,” she said. The brunette beauty said that she likes to “experiment” and keep fashion “fun” because premieres are another outlet for her creativity. “I love fashion I always have. I think done right it is such a creative expression. It is really fun, I’m an actress,I love how both can transform you it has a chameleon affect.”

Tarzan Swings Again in Screen Tale of Rescue and Revenge

Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan take Aryan Along as they go Cycling on Mumbai’s Roads Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan are giving us all new friendship goals. After Salman professed his love for Shah Rukh Khan in the Sultan trailer, Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter to

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share a picture of himself going biking with Bollywood’s Bhai. “Bhai bhai on bike bike. No pollution…bhai says ‘Michael Lal Cylcle Lal’,” SRK captioned it. Salman and Shah Rukh then took their bikes out and went cycling on Mumbai’s roads. This should have been enough to send their collective fans in a tizzy. Only, there was another heartthrob trailing them. It was Aryan Khan, SRK’s son who may have passed high school in the UK but is already a star.

Tarzan may have left the jungle, but the call of the wild proves too irresistible for the rope-swinging hero as he is lured back to the African forests, only to find himself racing to save his kidnapped wife and the Congolese people in a new film. “The Legend of Tarzan,” due in US theaters on Friday, sees Tarzan, played by Swedish actor Alexander Skarsgard, going by the name John Clayton, living in a manor in Victorian England and married to Jane, played by Margot Robbie. But an invitation to the Congo draws the Claytons back, where they are ambushed and Jane is kidnapped by the nefarious Leon Rom (Christoph Waltz), who has been tasked with delivering Tarzan to a tribal chief in exchange for diamonds.


BEAUTY & CARE

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HAIR STYLING BASICS MADE EASY

By Cecily Whiteside

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t's a familiar story. You walk out of the beauty salon with a gorgeous new cut, expertly styled. All day you stand taller, feel more beautiful, smile at strangers and congratulate yourself on your new look. But

Styling products can be your best friend or worst enemy come morning, stepping out of the shower, you confront your image in the mirror and think, “now what?” Getting that perfect look back without help seems impossible. Putting in the wrong thing for your hair's texture or length can sabotage your look, no matter how good your cut. Pick the right product and are on your way to great hair. “The first thing I look at, is the health of your

hair,” says Felicia Draughon, owner of Roots Organic Salon and expert stylist. “What nutrients does it need to look healthy? Is it previously colored? Highlighted? Sundamaged? Wind-damaged? Hair care products today are smarter about making hair healthy again. We tend to over-process with heat; blow dryer, flat iron. Beautiful hair is healthy hair.” No matter your hair type or length, the first suggestion Draughon has is to use a protein spray. “They are light and add nutrients into damaged hair without making it sticky or crunchy. It fills in the porous ends and makes it look and feel healthy.” For fine hair, she suggests a volumizer on the roots. Then it's time to pick your style:

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Gel

Mousse Gel is basically mousse without the aerosol. This makes it both easier to gauge how much to use — and makes it easier to overuse. Gel comes in several levels of hold.

Gel is basically mousse without the aerosol Coarse, wavy hair needs strong hold, while lighter, finer hair needs light hold. “Gel is great if you want a lot of control,” says Draughon. “Spray gel is best if you want hold, but don't want that 40s pin-up look. Like Jessica Rabbit.”

Mousse makes hair bigger and controls frizz. “I would use mousse on curly girls,” Draughon says. “It gives control, definition and volume. For fine, thin hair mousse would weigh it down.” While mousse comes out of the can foamy, it reduces as you apply it, which can make it difficult to control exactly how much goes where. And read the label before you buy. Mousse that contains alcohol will dry out hair, making it brittle and easily broken while styling.

Pomade and Wax These products give a firm style. “The only time you want to break out a pomade is for pixie cuts and crops,” says Draughon. “One of my favorite tricks is to use a beard balm as a pomade. Thinking outside the box is good. I love to experiment.”

Paste “These are my favorite,” says Draughon. Pastes are a hybrid of pomade, wax and conditioner. “They are great for all kinds of hair; thick, coarse, long, short, curly. Pastes are fabulous!”

To finish up your style, try a few drops of argon oil or roucou oil. Be sparing, though, since over-use can give you a greasy sheen instead of a warm glow. To keep hair in place, a small amount of hairspray can help, but again, be sparing. The glued-in-place look went out with the 70s. Here's to your beautiful hair!

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FOOD FANTASTIC

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MANGO DRINK INGREDIENTS: Mango cubes Peach Lemon juice Mint leaves Sugar Pineapple juice Crushed ice

2 cups 1 peeled and diced 2 tbsp 8 3 tbsp 2 cups 1 cup

METHOD : Blend altogether. Pour in glasses. Serve garnished with mint leaves.

MAYO FRIED CHICKEN INGREDIENTS: Chicken Breast Fillet 4 Mayonnaise 1 cup Bread Crumbs 2 packet Eggs 4-5 Corn Flour ½ cup Flour ½ cup Mustard Powder 1 tsp Baking Powder 1 tsp Sugar 1 tsp Garlic Paste 1 tbsp Red Pepper (crushed) 1 tbsp Black Pepper (crushed) ½ tbsp Oil for frying Salt to taste METHOD : Mix together garlic, mayonnaise, red pepper, mustard powder, sugar, black peer and salt. Mix well. In separate bowl mix flour, corn flour and baking powder. Dip chicken fillet in mayonnaise mixture , then fold in flour mixture, dip in beaten eggs. Deep fry in hot oil

MUTTHI KABAB INGREDIENTS: Mince Onions (grated) Ginger garlic paste Coriander leave Green chilies Turmeric Garam Masala Sambal Oelek Crushed Red Pepper Oil Salt Oil for shallow frying

½ kg 2 1 tsp 1 tsp 2- 3 ½ tsp 1 tsp 1 tbsp 1 tsp 1 ½ tbsp 1 tsp

METHOD : Mix all the ingredients in a bowl knead well make sausage shape kababs, heat fry pan put the kababs on it cook on high heat for 5 min reduce heat and cook kabab for another 5 min serve with tamarind chatni and onion rings

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MUTTON KHOYA KABAB

INGREDIENTS: Minced Mutton Khoya Butter Onion (finely chopped) Ginger (finely chopped) Garlic (finely chopped) Green chilies Salt Chili powder Turmeric Cumin powder Soda Bi-carb Onion (sliced) for garnishing

½ kg ½ cup 2 oz 1 cup 1 tbsp 1 tbsp 1 tbsp Salt 1 tsp 1 tsp quarter tsp 1 tsp ½tsp

METHOD: Mix all together in mince and choperized well. Just before cooking add soda, make into seekh kabab shapes, pan fry or bake. Give dum of coal serve garnish with onion rings.

INGREDIENTS: Beef Lemons Roasted cumin powder Red chili flakes Ginger garlic paste Raw papaya paste Tikka Masala Oil Salt to taste

½ kg 3 1 tsp 1 tbsp 1 tbsp 2 tbsp 2 tbsp 2 tbsp

BOTI TIKKA MASALA METHOD: Wash Meat and add in 2 tbsp papaya paste, 3 tbsp lemon juice, some salt, 2 tbsp tikka masala, 1 tbsp red chili flakes and 1 tsp roasted white cumin. Mix it and hammer them. Cook them on the grill pan. Keep on brushing oil. Bolti Tikka serve them with parathas.

INGREDIENTS: Fresh Milk 2 Condensed Milk Green Cadman Qalaqand Rice Sugar Almonds/Pistachio Nuts to taste

2liter 1tin 8 1 cup ½ cup ½ cup

KHEER METHOD: Wash the rice then leave it for 15mins. In a pan add milk and cook it till it gets thick. Add wet rice, green Cadman and sugar cook it as well as stir the spoon. When all the things merged well, then close the stove. Cool it for 15mins then add condensed milk. Mix it with Almonds & Pistachio Nuts then dish out it in pottery & Freeze it. Add crushed Qalaqand on it. In last, decorate it with Almonds/ Pistachio Nuts, Silver leaf & serve it.

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MOVIES

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The Legend Of Tarzan Release on 1 st July 2016 Tarzan, having acclimated to life in London, is called back to his former home in the jungle to investigate the activities at a mining encampment. The Legend Of Tarzan is neither from Walt Disney Pictures, nor an animated film. It's a live action film, which cost over $200 million to produce, from Warner Bros. David Yates (the Harry Potter franchise) is the director and the film features Alexander Skarsgard in the title role. Two time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz costars.

THE BFG ts

Release on 1 July 2016 From Steven Spielberg and Walt Disney Pictures comes a live action, big screen version of The BFG, (based on the story of the same name by Roald Dahl). It tells the tale of a young girl, the Queen of England and a benevolent giant known as the BFG, who set out on an adventure to capture the evil, man-eating giants who have been invading the human world. Melissa Mathison, who wrote the screenplay for the movie E.T., (and the former Mrs. Harrison Ford), wrote the screenplay for The BFG. She passed away in the fall of 2015. There was an animated, straight to VHS movie version of the movie in 1989. Front runner for winning the 2016 Best Supporting Actor Oscar (for Steven Spielberg’s Bridge Of Spies) Mark Rylance, stars in The BFG.

Jason Bourne Release on 10 th June 2016 Matt Damon returns to his most iconic role in Jason Bourne. Paul Greengrass, the director of The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, once again joins Damon for the next chapter of Universal Pictures' Bourne franchise, which finds the CIA's most lethal former operative drawn out of the shadows. For Jason Bourne, Damon is joined by Alicia Vikander, Vincent Cassel and Tommy Lee Jones, while Julia Stiles reprises her role in the series. Frank Marshall again produces alongside Jeffrey Weiner for Captivate Entertainment, and Greengrass, Damon, Gregory Goodman and Ben Smith also produce. Based on characters created by Robert Ludlum, the film is written by Greengrass and Christopher Rouse.

THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS Release on 17th June 2016 Taking place in a Manhattan apartment building, Max’s life as a favorite pet is turned upside down, when his owner brings home a sloppy mongrel named Duke. They have to put their quarrels behind, when they find out that an adorable white bunny named Snowball is building an army of abandoned pets determined to take revenge on all happy-owned pets and their owners. The Secret Life Of Pets is an animated movie directed by Chris Renaud who directed the Despicable Me movies.

Ice Age 5 Release on 22nd July 2016 In Ice Age 5, officially entitled Ice Age: Collision Course, Scrat's epic pursuit of the elusive acorn catapults him into the universe where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the Ice Age World. To save themselves, Sid, Manny, Diego, and the rest of the herd must leave their home and embark on a quest full of comedy and adventure, traveling to exotic new lands and encountering a host of colorful new characters.

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GIDH Gidh is an upcoming action/romance movie featuring Shaan Shahid, Sara Loren, Ayesha Khan and Syed Jibran. The story spins around the lives of film stars and a world of style and fabulousness where it is not like what it seems. It’s a story about adoration, misfortune, outrage and revenge.

DANCE KAHANI Dance Kahani is an upcoming Pakistani movie of an entirely new classification. It is a dance movie highlighting a western lead on-screen character, Madeleine Hanna as Nuzhat. She chooses to pursue her fantasy of turning into an expert ballet performer and battles every one of the chances of society who limit women to embrace such vocation.

SAN' 75 Release on 1 st July 2016 San'75 Panchattar is a period thriller. The film's plot revolves around a deal of the first mobile phone (prototype) in India, initiated by Prince, which arrives from Germany. This deal is of a great interest to the intelligence and security agencies such as the RAW, military and the police as they all are trying to manipulate each other to control the deal which holds the key to our future - try to hijack it by outwitting each other. Few of the pawns they use in their manipulation are two seasoned criminals who also want a cut of the pie.

Sultan Release on 06 th July 2016 Gidh is an upcoming action/romance movie featuring Shaan Shahid, Sara Loren, Ayesha Khan and Syed Jibran. The story spins around the lives of film stars and a world of style and fabulousness where it is not like what it seems. It’s a story about adoration, misfortune, outrage and revenge.

Madaari Release on 15th July 2016 Udta Punjab is an upcoming Indian crime thriller film based on drugs written and directed by Abhishek Chaubey. Produced by Shobha Kapoor and Ekta Kapoor under their banner Balaji Motion Pictures in association with Phantom Films, it features Shahid Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Diljit Dosanjh in the lead roles.

Dishoom Release on 29 th July 2016 Dishoom is an upcoming Indian action-adventure film written and directed by Rohit Dhawan. The film stars John Abraham, Varun Dhawan, Jacqueline Fernandez and Akshaye Khanna. The film's score is composed by Abhijit Vaghani and the film's musical numbers were composed by Pritam Chakraborty. The film is scheduled for a worldwide release on 29 July 2016

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