It’s a genius way of losing weight. I will be taking the test to try this diet soon.
Nimrat Kaur might be a new kid on Bollywood’s block but she proves that she has immense talent that is waiting to be tapped into. After reading the interview with her in the last issue of Friday (‘There are days I wake up and wonder if I’m good enough’, January 23), I am convinced that this actor is not only talented but is extremely articulate and, most importantly, has her head on her shoulders.
I have now become a huge fan and I’m trying to get my hands on the new season of Homeland just so that I can watch her performance.
Thank you Friday for giving your readers a glimpse of the real person behind the star in each of your celebrity interviews. Great job!
The Cadbury’s ad might have given Nimrat Kaur’s career that initial boost but with The Lunchbox she proved that she is a master of her craft and is capable of portraying varied emotions and characters on-screen.
I hope Nimrat goes on to deliver what is expected of her in all her future projects and her career reaches dizzying highs.
It was great to read about Mawaheb, the Dubai-based art studio that provides training in creative and life skills to special needs adults (‘A very special talent’, January 23). The facility has not only given a creative voice to these people but also the confidence and the skills to lead independent lives.
I am an occupational therapist and I’ve come across many parents of differently abled kids who are struggling to locate a facility that will teach their children not only life skills but vocational ones so that they can go on to lead meaningful lives.
I hope the article makes society understand we need more such state-of-the art facilities and all those with special needs – adults and kids alike – are able to benefit from it. through? I wonder if lack of will power is in our genetics.
The beauty feature on how organic cosmetic products are as effective as the so-called new age, science-driven synthetic products was an interesting read (‘Eco beauty warriors’, January 23).
While poring over the article I remembered my grandmother who told my sisters and me to apply coconut cream on our body after having a bath, and used it on our hair to condition it. At the time we dreaded the routine as we hated the strong smell of coconut, but now thanks to her all of us in the family have flawless skin and gorgeous lustrous hair.
I’m now going to look for a good-quality, pure coconut oil and make it a weekend tradition with my daughter.