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Nancy Dell’Olio greets Prince Harry at Jamaican State Ball

Nancy Dell’Olio greets Prince Harry at Jamaican State Ball

London, Mar 8 (ANI): Nancy Dell'Olio, who managed to wrangle an invitation to the State Dinner in Jamaica at King's House while she is holidaying in the Caribbean, joined Prince Harry at the Jamaican State Ball.

Wearing an off-the-shoulder purple gown, the 50-year-old property lawyer renewed her acquaintance with the young royal, at the black-tie event, hosted by the Governor-General, Sir Patrick Allen.

The pair first met at the Dover Street Arts Club in London's Mayfair last month.

Vidya Balan celebrates national award by visiting abuse victims in UAE

Vidya Balan celebrates national award by visiting abuse victims in UAE

Dubai, Mar 8 (ANI): Vidya Balan, who recently received a national award for her performance in `The Dirty picture', visited the Dubai Foundation For Women And Children on the eve of International Women's Day.

Instead of basking in the glory of her first national awards, the 34-year-old actress chose to shine a light on the needs of abused women with her visit her DFWAC.

Balan, who is in the UAE to premiere her film `Kahaani', spent the afternoon listening to women who are recovering from abusive relationships and human trafficking at DFWAC, a Dubai government-supported shelter.

I've made mistakes, but satisfied overall: Tusshar Kapoor

I've made mistakes, but satisfied overall: Tusshar Kapoor

New Delhi, March 8 - His father Jeetendra was a yesteryears icon, while his sister Ekta is fondly called a TV czarina, but Tusshar Kapoor is stil struggling to make it big. The actor admits he made mistakes in his career, but is enjoying the current phase.

"So far the journey has been very fruitful. I have made mistakes, but it has been a learning experience. I have learnt so much while meeting and working with different kind of people. Overall it has been very satisfying. I have learnt everything on job," Tusshar told IANS on the phone from Mumbai.

Designers Riimple-Mayyur revive Mughal, Victorian era

Designers Riimple-Mayyur revive Mughal, Victorian era

New Delhi, March 8 - Mother-son designer duo Riimple and Mayyur Girotra have taken inspiration from the Mughal and Victorian eras to create their latest couture collection, which is a perfect mix of traditional craftsmanship and modern silhouettes.

"Our forte lies in ethnic wear as well as trousseaus and occasion wear that includes, saris, suits, jackets and wedding gowns," Riimple told IANS.

"We usually take inspiration from the bygone and opulent Mughal and Victorian eras and have infused many elements of that period into the garments," she added.

Content, not cast rules: Filmmaker Goldie Behl

Content, not cast rules: Filmmaker Goldie Behl

New Delhi, March 8 - The story and not the stars is what appeals to audiences, says filmmaker Goldie Behl, adding that small budget movies are a less riskier proposition.

"I don't think the presence of stars in a film matters to audiences. If the storyline is interesting and the film is made well, the audiences forget about the stars," said Behl, whose last big budget directorial venture "Drona" (2008) failed to live up to expectations.

Music director Ravi dead

Music director Ravi dead

Mumbai, March 8 - Renowned music director of yesteryear, Ravi Shankar Sharma, popularly called as 'Ravi' passed away here late Wednesday night, according to family sources.

He was 86 and had been ailing since some time when he breathed his last at his Santacruz residence.

He is survived by his estranged son Ajay and daughter-in-law Varsha Usgaonkar, a former leading Marathi and Hindi films actress.

Ravi's end came just four days after he celebrated his 86th birthday among a few friends and relatives.

Lawrence eats leftover food

Lawrence eats leftover food

London, March 8 - American actress Jennifer Lawrence says that when her friends go on crazy diets, she is the one eating their leftover food.

"I'm just so sick of these young girls with diets. I remember when I was 13 and it was cool to pretend to have an eating disorder because there were rumours that Lindsay Lohan and Nicole Richie were anorexic," Lawrence was quoted as saying by femalefirst. co. uk.

"I thought it was crazy. I went home and told my mom, Nobody's eating bread - I just had to finish everyone's burgers."

Harding finds Indian food spicy

Harding finds Indian food spicy

London, March 8 - Singer Sarah Harding, who was spotted in the British capital with a mystery man, gorged on Indian food but ended up finding it a bit spicy.

The Girls Aloud star was seen leaving a theatre hand-in-hand with the mystery man, after she went to an Indian restaurant named The Mint Leaf.

She said she loved the food but it was "a little spicy", reports thesun. co. uk.

Harding looked fresh-faced and healthy -- a rare sighting following a string of personal life issues over the past year. (IANS)

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