Varun Dhawan has one of the most enviable bodies in Bollywood. And to maintain those perfect set of abs, he has to stay away from all things junk. But when the actor turned our cover star for the January issue, he revealed something that made him really happy during his teenage years. “In Juhu, one of my favourite things to do was to have a cheese masala dosa and a watermelon juice at Shiv Sagar.”
With mercury levels rising by the day in Mumbai, now's as good a time as any to indulge in your favourite foods (and drinks). For Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor, this summer is all about chilled glasses of Pepsi, preferably served with exactly three cubes of ice.
Sanjivani actor Ronit Roy is celebrating his 21st wedding anniversary with wife, Manasi Joshi Roy. The actor shared a throwback picture of them and penned a sweet note on their special day. He recalled their bike ride to a hotel where they had 'Ganga Jamuna' juice and mango milkshake.
Bollywood celebrities are also a big fan of junk food, even junk food is something we all can't resist having. Just like common folks, there are certain cravings that they just can’t satisfy with healthy substitutes
25 years ago, the love story of Rohit Roy and Manasi Joshi Roy started. To commemorate the occasion, Rohit took to Facebook to share a sweet and romantic message for his wife.
Mumbai meri jaan — a city that never sleeps, a city that dares to dream, so much so that it is famously known as the ‘city of dreams’. Being a Mumbaikar, who was born and brought up in the city, I’ve come across these phrases time and again. But how often do we actually sit and reflect on them?
The city which has the best of the best and the worst of the worst. But once you start warming up to the city, the city warms up to you, it no longer remains a hostile beast but a noisy companion in the journey of life.
"I am a random guy, a super random fellow,” is one of the ways Varun Dhawan describes himself. He uses the term “random” in a casual, throwaway manner that does not quantify it in any particular way. It merely means, in this case, that he may do things that do not conform to any set standard of human behaviour.
He shared, among many things, that growing up,“I was pretty basic.” And also recalled the Dhawans' modest beginnings: a one-bedroom apartment, occasional rickshaw rides to Maneckji Cooper School in Juhu, sharing a room with his brother and playing cricket with the boys from the hood.
Moreover, Varun also reveals that he will be feeding Donald Trump his favourite food that is, Pav Bhaji from Shiv Sagar restaurant. The Kalank actor captioned the video stating, "KUNWAR MAHINDER PRATAB Ep2 - welcome Donald trump to India"
Madhuri Dixit had grown into a major star with just two films, Tezaab and Ram Lakhan, both with Anil Kapoor as her hero. She had a very insignificant start with a film called Maanav Hatya which exploited her young body and had and unknown actor called Shekhar Suman as her hero.
Wow!! Have known you for more than half my lifetime and still feels like yesterday when we went for the bike ride to shiv sagar for Ganga Jamuna juice and mango milk shake!!!
Giving the famous Vada-Pav and Batata Vada a run for their money, we have one of the most famous dishes in Mumbai, the Pav Bhaji. At any corner, any place serving pav bhajis, you will find a huge Queue lined up outside the eatery as the cooks mash the vegetables, even on a weekday. The aromas amble down the queue with the rich smell of butter, whetting appetites, making the wait both, unbearable and worthwhile.
The hottest season on earth is here! Bring out that sunblock and load up on chaas, coconut water and watermelon juice. Crank up that AC, yo! Because, it gonna get real hot in the city.
Every Indian has a soft spot for chaats. It’s our go-to snack when we’re hungry or crave some lip-smacking food. The sweet-spicy flavours in the chaats just speak to our souls and we can never get enough of them.
No matter how much we boast of our global savoury ambitions and westernized culinary skills, our cravings often are for local street food. One of the major Portuguese contributions, which changed the face of Indian cuisine forever, is the introduction of pav.
The hottest season in India has finally arrived and everyone’s is really dreading the heat. It has been said that it’s going to be one of the hottest summers our country has experienced and that itself is quite scary.
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to street food in Mumbai. And pav bhaji holds a special place in the capital of Maharashtra. Comfort food for many Mumbaikars, pav bhaji is probably one of the most-loved dishes after the vada pav. We pick the five best destinations that serve some of the best pav bhaji in Mumbai.
With many branches all over Mumbai, there is no denying that Shiv Sagar is a popular joint among Mumbaikars. Apart from good food, the one thing common across all branches is their absolutely mouthwatering plate of pav bhaji.
A hot plate of vegetable hash straddled with a slab of butter, pav bhaji is among Mumbai’s most notable culinary exports to the world. Reports suggest that the popular street food was invented by frugal homemakers as a solution for daily leftovers.
While most places offer savoury versions of the naan, here's something for your sweet tooth. The Mohini Naan is stuffed with a decadent filling of dry fruit, fresh fruit and cheese for a sweet-and-salty mix. They also offer Kashmir Naan and Kabuli Naan in addition to the usual cheese and garlic options.
चौपाटी पर स्थित सभी खाद्य स्टालों के साथ समुद्र तट पूरे इलाके का शान बढ़ा देता है और अगर आप कभी चौपाटी में कुछ स्ट्रीट फूड के लिए तरसते हैं, तो सुख सागर एक फास्ट फूड रेस्तरां है जो पाव भाजी की स्वादिष्ट थाली तैयार करता है निश्चित रूप से अपने cravings के लिए यह बेस्ट डिसिशन होगा।
With ‘Mumbai, Mera Bhai, Kasa Kai, Bara Hai’ turning out to be the new city greeting, Mumbaikars have rekindled their love affair with the city and are sharing pictures and stories that capture its essence. From heritage buildings to its unpredictable mood in the monsoon, from festivals to its food, from trains, rickshaws and horse riding, city folks are sharing pictures that are quintessentially Mumbai in look, attitude, colours and emotions.