The short film doesn't restrict to talking about white princes just that but takes it a step further as Belle asks “What kind of brown are you?” The short-film challenges many things that have been normalised in popular culture and shouldn't be missed.
As the puppets of the bride and groom along with other parties of the family danced at the celebrations, the dog too couldn't keep calm. Many guests and onlookers thrilled by the dog's excitement clicked photos and videos and one of them went viral this week.
The float titled Master Drone which created by Fabrizio Galli, features a Twitter sword and clawed hand. The float triggered several reactions after pictures and videos went viral. While some trolled the "God Emperor" others said that it gave them nightmares.
The picture, which has gone viral, features the politician with his wife Tashi Dolma sitting in a car. Captioned, "Happy Valentines! 😍" the image shows a frowny Tobgay sitting in front of a vehicle while his wife, who is seated in the backseat, is pulling his ears.
From naming famous spots like Marine Drive, Juhu Chowpatty Beach, Worli Sea Face to popular foods and beverages, officers of various police departments across Mumbai shared their favourites. Once tweeted, the clip received over eight thousand views and was praised by many.
From trolling, Railway Minister for sharing a ‘doctored video’, Adityanath for changing names of cities to calling out Irani for her "Yale" degree, each caricature was shared with a very specific caption related to the individual.
The tweet garnered a lot of attention online and while some were amused by Tharoor's argument, others were not. While some shared some memes to troll organisations opposed to celebrations, while others argued it's Basant Panchami.
Happy Valentine's Day 2019: Single on V-Day? Well, you're not the only one. Here are some of the funniest memes and jokes single people are sharing on Twitter to show how they are celebrating the day of love.
The exclusive cricket tournament, that is annually organised for the last 10-years by Ganesh Dutt Shastri, a teacher of Sanskrit, aims to motivate Sanskrit students to take up sports and carve a better future for themselves.