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The year’s end is only that time for top choices records – and I’ve expounded on the best travel books many occasions over! I love discussing travel books. Why? Since part of the device belt of any traveler is a decent book. Long transport, train, or plane rides can get truly exhausting and can give you a great deal of “dead” time in the event that you haven’t aced the specialty of the 10-hour clear gaze. Also, perusing travel books encourages you find out about the goals you are visiting. The more you think about a spot, the more you can understand a spot.
Top 3 biographies on travel and outdoors
- Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail
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At twenty-two, Cheryl Strayed thought she had lost everything. In the wake of her mom’s demise, her family dispersed and her own marriage was before long demolished. After four years, with nothing more to lose, she settled on the most incautious choice of her life. With no experience or preparing, driven distinctly by visually impaired will, she would climb in excess of a thousand miles of the Pacific Crest Trail from the Mojave Desert through California and Oregon to Washington State — and she would do only it.
Told with anticipation and style, shining with warmth and diversion, Wild effectively catches the dread and delights of one young lady continuing onward despite seemingly insurmountable opposition on an excursion that enraged, reinforced, and at last recuperated her.
‘Engaging, unexpected, clever, cheerful and thankful . . . Both despairing and gay and common, I consider it now as among the best books on Venice; without a doubt as the best present day book about a city that I have ever perused.’ Geoffrey Grigson
‘One of the most differing and redirecting books at any point expounded on Venice . . . A rigid and individual report, entirely engrossing, revived by striking composition and astringent diversion.’ Sunday Times
‘For those of whom Venice is a memory, a treat available, or even a fantasy, the expansive canvas of this book covering a thousand years in the life of one of the most intricate, unique, and dynamic networks the world has ever observed, is a work of enduring interest.’ Guardian
3. Accounts of the Sahara
The book that has charmed a huge number of Chinese perusers, converted into English for the absolute first time.
Sanmao: creator, explorer, pioneer. Conceived in China in 1943, she moved from Chongqing to Taiwan, Spain to Germany, the Canary Islands to Central America, and, for quite a long while during the 1970s, to the Sahara.
Accounts of the Sahara welcomes us into Sanmao’s uncommon life in the desert: her encounters of adoration and misfortune, opportunity and danger, by and large with a voice as vivacious as it is ageless.
At a period when China was starting to look past its outskirts, Sanmao terminated the creative mind of millions and roused another age. With a presentation by Sharlene Teo, creator of Ponti, this is a basic assortment from one of the twentieth century’s most notable figures.
Nowadays everyone has Air Coolers or Air conditions at their home, making their life easy. But it wasn’t the same until someone invented it. In order to save the environment, we now use solar panels and solar inverters to use air coolers and other appliances.
AC is the way toward expelling warmth and dampness from the inside of a consumed space, to improve the solace of tenants. Cooling can be utilized in both residential and business situations. This procedure is most ordinarily used to accomplish a progressively agreeable inside condition, normally for people, cooling is likewise used to cool/dehumidify rooms loaded up with warmth delivering electronic gadgets, for example, PC servers, control speakers, and even to show and store some sensitive items, for example, fine art.
Today, practically 90% of U.S. homes have cooling, and worldwide interest for cooling frameworks is amazing, conveying help to in excess of 3 billion individuals who live in the tropics and subtropics, as indicated by a recent report from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
the specialist Willis Carrier to thank. In spite of the fact that individuals have endeavored to defeat the climate for quite a long time, the mechanical forced air system did not land in the U.S. until Carrier concocted it in 1902.
By 1903, Carrier had structured an arrangement of chilled curls that kept up a consistent, and agreeable, stickiness of 55 percent inside the Sackett-Wilhelms printing plant — the likeness utilizing 108,000 pounds of ice day by day to cool the plant. The advanced climate control system was conceived. [See likewise: Science of Summer: How Does Air Conditioning Work?
Not long after Carrier designed his amusement changing cooling machine, a factory engineer named Stuart Cramer made a comparable ventilating gadget to add water vapor to the smothering air within material plants. While Cramer was the second individual to grow such a gadget, he was the first to coin the expression “cooling” to depict the reason for his innovation.
Transporter, who considered himself to be the Thomas Edison of climate control systems, changed the world with his development—however its unique points were a lot littler than that. The forced air system, worked to both cool a room and decrease mugginess, was initially made to keep wet air in a printing plant from wrinkling magazine pages.
Air coolers, also called evaporative or swamp coolers, utilize the dissipation of water to cool a domain. At the point when the air blows past water, a few particles on the outside of the water are diverted. Those particles take some warmth with them, cooling the air. That is the way perspiring works: The water particles on the outside of the skin take away warmth with them as they dissipate, cooling the skin. As a little something extra, these air coolers utilize 75 percent less vitality than focal forced air systems, the Department of Energy reports.
Old Egyptians were the first to utilize paper-like materials, called “papyrus,” which they made by beating level the woven stems of the papyrus plant. It was not well before the antiquated Egyptians started sticking together papyrus sheets to shape scrolls, which were the initial moves toward books as you probably are aware of them.
We, in general, know there are various benefits for examining a book. A part of the ordinary ones are referenced underneath
Studies have shown that remaining objectively energized can direct the progression of Alzheimer’s and Dementia, since keeping your mind dynamic and associated with shields it from losing power.
This keeps running with the above subject:
The more you read, the more words you gain prologue to, and they’ll certainly progress into your ordinary vocabulary.
Despite how much weight you have at work, in your own associations, or endless diverse issues looked in step by step life, it each and every just vanish when you lose yourself in a mind-boggling story.
Better Writing Skills
This runs inseparable with the improvement of your vocabulary:
Introduction to dispersed, richly formed work notedly influences one’s own special piece, as viewing the musicality, smoothness, and making styles out of various makers will continually affect your own one of a kind work.
Steps in Making a Book:
Books are created utilizing a wide scope of secured and uncoated paper stocks that change in weight and size.
The route toward organizing a book is advancing all through the periods of creation. At first, the essayist, identified with a publication chief and book expert, will consider parts of structure that identify with the degree and purpose behind the book, the perfect method to manage the point, paying little mind to whether depictions should be used, and distinctive issues, for instance, area headings and their course of action.
After the book is made and legitimate arrangement parts are settled upon, book creation can begin.
Generally called the substance or fontsor style of the substance that ought to be printed
Steps for making a book home
Collect or Print out your data
Book needs it content. So collect all the data that you want your book to have and then make sure you have the best printer to print it out. That way your text is clear and readable
If you have images that need to be in the book, make sure to use an inkjet printer so that the colors of the images are clear.
Arrange all the pages in the way you want them to be.
You can use any hard cardboard to be the cover of the book. That way the structure is preserved.
You can add any design to the cover of the book to make it more appealing. You can either paint on it to give a personal touch or get any favorable design printed.
And there you have you own book right at your home!
If you want to go old school and bind a book at home then you can follow the instructions given in many articles online.
New Generation Books
Pages of books to be binded together so it will in general be holded in one hand and pages are set in like way.
But with an increase in population and along with the pollution. People are now opting for E-books as that will help in saving nature.
As electronic gadgets, for example, tablets and cell phones, become progressively ordinary, digital books are relied upon to turn out to be increasingly prevalent. One of the advantages of digital books is that they spare paper, which helps the earth by lessening the interest for trees.
Born on June 9, 1949 in Punjab, Amritsar to parents Prakash Peshawaria and Prem Peshawaria, Kiran Bedi attended the Sacred Heart Convent School where she participated in the national Cadet Corps (NCC). An interest in tennis, alike her made her the winner of the junior national Lawn Tennis Championship in 1966, the Asian Lawn Tennis Championship in 1972 and the All India Interstate Women’s lawn tennis Championship in 1976.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English (Hons.) from the Government College for Women in 1968 and then a Master’s degree in Political Science from Punjab University, Chandigarh and Bachelor of Laws in 1988 from Faculty of law, University of Delhi. In 1993, she obtained a Ph.D. in social science from IIT, Delhi. She continued her education even after her marriage with Brij Bedi in 1972.
Her daughter Saina was born in 1975 and following her mother’s footsteps, she is also involved in social service. Kiran Bedi began her career as a lecturer in Political Science at the Khalsa College for Women, Amritsar. And in july 1972 she created history by becoming the first woman to join Indian Police Service.
Serving in difficult assignments ranging from New Delhi traffic postings, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Mizoram, Advisor to the Lieutenant Governor of Chandigarh, Director General of Narcotics control bureau to a United Nations delegation where she became the Civilian Police Advisor in United Nations Peace keeping operations, she was awarded a UN medal.
Known by the name ‘Crane Bedi’ for towing Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s car for parking violation, she showed her dedication to her profession. During her period as the Inspector General of Prisons, in Tihar Jail, she made a number of reforms in the management of the prison.
Some of the programs that she initiated include detoxification programs, Art of Living Foundation Prison Courses, Yoga, Vipassana meditation, Murat redressing of complaints by prisoners and literacy programs and she won the 1994 Ramon Magsaysay Award and the Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship to write about her work in Tihar jail.
Her last appointment was of Director General of India’s Bureau of Police Research and Development. In May 2005, she was awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Law in recognition of her ‘humanitarian approach to prison reforms and policing’. Her social acts include setting up of Navjyoti India Foundation (NIF) in 1987 along with 17 other police officers.
The foundation started with a de-addiction and rehabilitation initiative for drug addicts and now the work sphere of this organization has expanded to other issues like illiteracy and women empowerment. In 1994, she also set up India Vision Foundation to bring about police reforms, prison reforms, women empowerment and rural and community development.
Her organizations were awarded the ‘Serge Soitiroff Memorial Award’ for drug abuse prevention by the United Nations. This great lady is also a member of the India Against Corruption (IAC) along with Anna Hazaare and Arvind Kejriwal.
Hema Malini, the dream girl of millions of Indians was born on 16thOctober 1948 into a Tamil Iyenger family in Tiruchirappalli to parents V.S. Ramanujan Chakravarthy and Jaya Chakravarthy, a film producer. She completed her education from Andhra Mahila Sabha in Chennai despising all subjects except history.
Being too thin was the reason for which she was rejected at the age of 15 for a Tamil film by director C.V. Sridhar. But in 1965, she got an opportunity to act in a short episode as dancer in Pandava Vanavasam. She was later on offered a role in ‘Sapno ka Saudagar’ in 1968 opposite raj Kapoor which defined her status as the ‘Dream Girl’ of Bollywood.
Then in 1970 she was casted in ‘Johnny Mera Naam’ which became a blockbuster and she became a mega star because of the challenging role she adapted herself into which most of the other heroins of that time would have declined.
Then she did ‘Andaaz’ !1971) and ‘Lal Patthar’ (1971). Her double role movie ‘Seeta aur Geeta’ is one of the best films of her career and won her the Filmfare Best Actress Award. In 1970 she starred in ‘Dream Girl’. Her movies ‘Sanyasi’, ‘Dharmatma’ and ‘Pratigya’ were also successful.
But the biggest blockbuster of her career was ‘Sholay’ which showed her as a bubbly and lively girl ‘Basanti’. Her pair with Dharmendra was highly acclaimed and accepted due to the back to back hits that they delivered. They starred in twenty eight films together before marrying. In late 1970s she also did women centric movies ‘Kinara’ (1977) and ‘Meera’ (1979).
This beautiful lady was proposed by Bollywood actors ‘Sanjeev Kumar’ and ‘Jeetendra’ but after almost accepting Jeetendra’s proposal she backed out. The agony of her rejection haunted Sanjeev Kumar throughout his life and died unmarried in 1985 after getting addicted to alcohol. During the filming of ‘Sholay’ this Basanti fell in love with her co-star Dharmendra and eventually married him in 1980 after the couple converted to Islam.
Her marriage did not affect her work. She did films like ‘Kranti’, ‘ Naseeb’, ‘Satte Pe Satta’ and ‘Rajput’. Her marriage made their couple even more desirable and they were casted together in ‘Alibaba aur 40 chor’, ‘Bhagvat, ‘Samrat’ and ‘Razia Sultan’. She also starred in ‘Andha Kanoon’ in 1983 which was Rajnikant’s Bollywood debut.
Other multi starrers starring this beautiful woman were ‘Bhagvat’ and ‘Raj Tilak’. In addition to acting, she also directed a film ‘Dil Aashna Hai’ which failed commercially. After this she took a break from films in the 1990s and early 2000s but made a comeback with ‘Baghban’ (2003) opposite Amitabh Bachchan. She also played a cameo in 2004 in ‘Veer-Zara’. She also directed her second feature film ‘Tell Me O Khuda’ which released in 2011.
She has also been an active Bharatiya Janta Party member and was eventually elected to the Rajya Sabha. In March 2012 she was made general secretary of the BJP. She is also the brand ambassador of Kent, mineral water purifier system and also of Pothys, a textile showroom in Chennai.
The legend was born on 13th February 1879 in Hyderabad to parents Aghornath Chattopadhyaya, a scientist, philosopher, linguist and educator and his Bengali poetess wife Barada Sundari Devi. Sarojini Naidu’s father settled in Hyderabad where he founded and administered the Hyderabad College after receiving a doctor of science degree from Edinburg University.
Being a brilliant student, she was well versed in Urdu, Telugu, English, Bengali and Persian. She even topped the matriculation examination at Madras University at the age of 12. Inspired by her mother, she was interested in poetry and wanted to take up a career in this divine profession. But her father wanted her to become a mathematician or a scientist.
Impressed by her play ‘Maher Muneer’ , the Nizam of Hyderabad gave her scholarship to study abroad. So Naidu at the age of 16 travelled to England to study first at King’s College, London and then Girton College, Cambridge where she met famous laureates of her time such as Arthur, Symons and Edmond Gosse.
The credit of her depiction of contemporary Indian life and events in her poems goes to Edmond Gosse who convinced her to stick to Indian themes. And her collections ‘The Golden Threshold’ (1905), ‘The Bird of Time’ (1912) and ‘The Broken Wing’ (1917)’ enjoyed huge Indian and English readership.
The condition of India during the rule of the British greatly affected her and she joined the Indian national movement in the wake of partition of Bengal in 1905. Most of her poems reflect Indian culture and simplicity.
During 1915-1918, she travelled to different regions in Indian delivering lectures on social welfare, women empowerment and nationalism. Her support and guidance gave women courage to step out of their restricted home sphere and she also aided in founding the Women’s Indian Association (WIA) in 1917.
She was sent to London along with Anne Besant, President of WIA, to present the case for the women’s vote to the Joint Select Committee. Then in 1925, she presided over the annual session of Indian National Congress at Cawnpore. In 1929, she also presided over East African Indian Congress in South Africa.
She was awarded the Kaiser-i-hind medal by the British government for her work during the plague epidemic of India. Participating in the round table conference in 1931 with Gandhiji and Madan Mohan Malviya, she played an important role in the Civil Disobedience Movement inspiring Indians to fight for their freedom. She was jailed along with Gandhiji and other leaders for her support in the movement.
In 1942 she was again arrested for her participation in the Quit India movement. Her help, support and guidance during the freedom fight of our country developed a strong relationship between her and Gandhiji and she called him ‘Mickey Mouse’. She started writing at the age of 12 and had a number of fans including the nawab of Hyderabad. She was also admired by prominent Indian politicians like Gopal Krishna Gokhle and Jawaharlal Nehru.
Shreya Ghoshal was born on 12th March 1984 in a Bengali Hindu family in Durgapur, West Bengal but grew up in Rawatbhata, a small town near Kota, Rajasthan. Her father Biswajeet Ghoshal is a nuclear power plant engineer and has worked for the Nuclear Power Corporation of India and her mother is a literature post-graduate. From the age of four, this beautiful singer was trained in Hindustani Classical music by Maheshchandra Sharma in Kota.
Her voice and proper training helped her win ‘The All India Light Vocal Music Competition’ organized by Sangam Kala Group and the children’s special episode of the reality music show ‘Sa Re Ga Ma’ which is featured on Zee TV.
But her first television performance was in ‘Awaaz Nayi Andaaz Wohi’. The impressed judge of the contest, Kalyanji convinced her parents to move to Mumbai and trained her 18 months. She also continued her classical music training with Mukta Bhide in Mumbai.
Initially she studied in Atomic Energy Central School in Rawatbhata and Anushaktinagar School in Mumbai. After her graduation she was enrolled in the SIES College. Her passion for music landed her again on ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ show as an adult and she caught the eye of director ‘Sanjay Leela Bhansali’ who offered her to be the voice of Paro in his movie ‘Devdas’ in the year 2000.
Her melodious voice was given to five songs in this film and won her the Filmfare Award For Best Female Playback Singer and also Filmfare’s RD Burman Award For New Music Talent. For the song ‘Bairi Piya’, she won the National Film Award. Her control over other languages such as Marathi, Bengali etc allows her to sing songs in many languages.
Her language bag overflows with Assamesse, Bengali, Marathi, Bhojpuri, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Nepali, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu etc linguistic commands. She has also received Filmfare awards in Hindi, Malayalam, Bengali, Kannada, Tamli and Telugu industries and state Film Awards from Malayalam and Tamil Industries.
. In 2010, Ghoshal also sang for the English independent film ‘When Harry Tries to Marry’. She has been a judge for ‘Star Voice Of India- Chotte Ustaad’ with singer Kunal Ganjawala and composer Pritam. Her phenomenal win in ‘X-fator India’ against co-judges singer Sonu Nigam and director ‘Sanjay leela Bhansali’ has set her as an amazing judge and supporter of the contestant. Her performance as a team leader and performer in ‘Music Ka Maha Muqabala’ has been legendery. She continues to enchant people with her beautiful and nightingale voice.
The most desired young cricketer “Virat Kohli” was born on 5th November 1988 in Delhi to Prem and Saroj Kohli. He did his schooling from Vishal Bharti and Savier Convent. The Indian cricketer was the part of the first intake of West Delhi Cricket Academy founded in 1998 and was discovered when he played for Delhi in a Ranji trophy match against Karnataka inspite of his father’s death on the same day. Kohli has proved his master captaincy in the 2008 under 19 Cricket World Cup held in Malaysia.
From that day onwards cricket became his life and he hated sitting on the bench. Playing at number 4 and scoring 235 runs in six matches with a century against West Indies in the under 19 tournament displayed his talent and capabilities. In the final match against South Africa in the 2009 Emerging Players tournament, securing a century and helping India win, Kohli showed that his presence in Indian Cricket team was inevitable.
Hence, the middle order batsman was selected in the ODI squad for India’s tour of Sri Lanka. Injury of Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag gave him an opportunity in the One day International against Sri Lanka in the Idea Cup in 2008. He played an instrumental role in India’s win of the Idea cup. He played in the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy and in the 4th ODI when Yuvraj Singh fell ill and he was kept as the reserve ODI batsman.
He became the only third Indian to score two ODI centuries before their 22nd birthday after Sachin Tendulkar and Suresh Raina. Chosen as the Vice-captain of the ODI side for the tri-series against Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe in June 2010, he fully lived up to the title becoming the fastest Indian to score 1000 runs in ODI Cricket. The master batsman was preferred over Raina for the 2011 World Cup and became the first Indian to score a century on World Cup debut.In November 2011, West Indies toured India for three tests and five ODIs and the ODI successes of Kohli made him the first choice for the team. India won the ODI series and the ODI master batsman secured 243 runs with the highest 117. He was also India’s leading run scorer in the triangular ODI series scoring 373 runs including two half centuries and a century.
Kohli scored 183 off 148 balls against Pakistan in the fifth match of Asia Cup 2012, recording the joint fourth highest score by an India in ODIs. He currently represents Delhi in first class cricket and plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premiere League.
Kohli is the hot new face for advertisers and has a lot of ads to be done. He is the brand ambassador of Flying Machine and is endorsing leading South handset brand, Celkon. He already advertises for 12 brands and more companies and in talks with him. His good looks and good Cricket gives him an edge over other cricketers.
Rabindranath Tagore, born on May 7,1861 in Calcutta to Dabendrenath Tagore and Sarada Devi is a famous Bengali writer. An evader of classes, Tagore joined presidency College for a day. His father’s desire forced him into a public School in Brighton, East Sussex in 1878 and he also read law at the London University College for a brief period. He opted for independent study of Shakespeare, Religio Medici and Antony and Cleopatra. English, Irish and Scottish folk tunes fascinated his young mind.
In 1883 he was married to Mrinalini Devi and had five children, two of whom died in childhood. In 1890, Tagore began managing his ancestral estates in Bangladesh and moved to Santiniketan in 1901. The author if ‘Naivedya’ (1901) and ‘Kheya’(1906) won that year’s Nobel Prize in Literature. He was granted a knighthood by the British Crown for his 1912 Gitanjali which he relinquished after the Jallianwala bagh Massacre. Tagore and agricultural economist Leonard Elmhirst founded the “Institute for Rural Reconstruction” which was later renamed as “Shriniketan” or “Abode of Welfare”.
A person sensitive towards the condition of Dalits in our country, he made them heroes of his poems and songs and campaigned to open Guruvayoor temple for these underprivileged people. In his golder years 1932-1941, he penned fifteen volumes and prose poem works ‘Punashcha’(1932), ‘Shes Saptak’(1936) and ‘Patraput’(1936). This great artist had been an ardent traveler. Between 1878 and 1932, he travelled more than thirty countries on five continents. His travels gave him the opportunity to interact wih other great minds like Einstein, Robert Frost, H.G Wells among others.
His inspiration for biology, physics and astronomy is visible in his work ‘Visva Parichay’(1937). ‘Se’(1937), ‘Tin Sangi’(1940) and ‘Galpasalpa’(1941) are an evidence of his venture into science through the medium of stories. A writer of novels, poems, essays, short stories, dramas and songs, Tagore was most regarded for his short stories. His immense contribution in the field of music and art comprises of 2230 songs and many beautiful paintings. In 1971, his song Amar Shonar bangle became the national anthem of Bangladesh, originally written to protest against the 1905 Partition of Bengal.
First sung at the Calcutta session of the Indian Nation Congress, Jana Gana Mana was written in shadhu-bhasha and was adopted in 1950 as its national anthem by the Constituent Assembly of the Republic of India. At the age of sixty, Tagore discovered the hidden painter in himself and his paintings were presented in many exhibitions. The first one being in Paris and then capturing minds throughout Europe. Theatre too was his cup of tea. At the age of twenty, he wrote his first drama-opera ‘Valmiki Pratibha’ and explored a wide range of dramatic styles and emotions through it.
However in the last five years of his life illness infected him and he became a patient of chronic ailments. The signs of his approaching end were visible when he first lost his consciousness in 1937 and remained comatose and near death for a time. He never recovered after that. His death on 7th August 1941 relieved him of his agony and pain. The world wept at the loss of the greatest music, literature and art maestro.
Born on 27thDecember 1965, Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan, popular as ‘Salman Khan’ is the eldest son of the Muslim screen writer Salim Khan and his Maratha Hindu wife Salma. Originally the inhabitants of Afghanistan, the family settled in Indore, Madhya Pradesh before moving to Mumbai. Salman finished his schooling from St. Stanislaus High School in Bandra, Mumbai and so did his two siblings Arbaaz and Sohail. His love for his sisters Alvira and Arpita is quite evident through newspaper reports.
This charitable man made his acting debut with a supporting role in the movie ‘Biwi ho to aisi’ in the year 1988 and the first leading role in Sooraj R. Barjatya’s ‘Maine pyaar kiya’ in 1989. His actor career flew off with his nomination for Filmfare best actor award and his win of the Filmfare Best Debut Award. The years 1990 and 1991 were a boon for Khan with five of his films namely ‘Baaghi’, ‘Patthar Ke Phool’, ‘Sanam Bewafa’, ‘Kurbaan’ and ‘Saajan’ becoming box office hits. This success was followed by failures in 1992-1993.
One of Bollywood’s highest grossing film ever ‘Hum Aapke Hain Koun’ starring Madhuri Dixit and Salman Khan is the fourth grossing earner of all time which sent Khan’s career a step ahead. In 1998 this bodybuilder worked in five different films with his first release opposite Kajol ‘Pyaar Kiya to Darna Kya’ becoming the biggest commercial success of that year. The year 1999 came with three pleasant movies and a best actor filmfare nomination. This social worker acted in the movie ‘Chori Chori Chupke Chupke’ which addressed the issue of surrogate childbirth. His relationship with actress Aishwarya Rai gave him the unwanted negative attention from media who accused him of harassing his girlfriend.
His box office successes continued with films ‘Mujhse shaadi Karogi’ (2004) and ‘No Entry’ (2005). Voted as the seventh best looking man in the world and the best looking man in India in 2004 by People magazine, this superstar accepted the offer of a wax replica of himself in Madame Tussauds Wax museum in London in 2007. His first Hollywood movie ‘Marigold: an Adventure in India’ told the love store of an Indian man and an American woman.
2009 rejoiced his fans beyond limit when he made his small screen debut by hosting the second season of ‘10 ka dum’ which gained higher TRPs than the first season for Sony Entertainment Television. Controversies have always haunted our confident star. Arrest in 2002 for rash and negligent driving on 28th September 2002, Salman Khan shocked his fans and another on 17thy February 2006 for hunting the Chinkara, an endangered species. His 2010 release Dabangg, produced by his brother Arbaaz Khan broke box office records and was declared an all time blockbuster. The 2011 release Ready is currently the fourth highest-grossing bollywood film of all time. His next ‘Bodyguard’was highly appreciated by critics and is the second highest grossing bollywood film.
2011 was also the year in which his love life became public and his then girlfriend Katrina Kaif admitted in an interview that she was in a serious relationship with Khan until 2010. His charitable works are not hidden from the world and Salman definitely does his bit of supporting underprivileged children through his NGO ‘Being Human’ which sells T-shirts and other products online and in stores. Currently the brand ambassador of travel website ‘Yatra.com’, this facial nerve disorder sufferer has etched his mark in every field.