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I think everyone knows who Dabboo Ratnani is. If you don't here's a little primer. He is one of the most famous fashion photographers working in India. He is the cover photographer for all leading magazines like Cosmopolitan, Filmfare, Elle (India), Verve, Femina etc. And some (actually all) of the most famous actors working in Bollywood have been photographed by him for his yearly calendar. However, this time one of this subjects i.e. Kiara Advan hoti, has fortunately/unfortunately became a meme after baring it all for Ratnani.
So, here's how it goes. A bunch of celebrities are picked, based on what I have no clue, to show up and click photos (what? you were thinking it was something complicated process?). This year there some of the celebs who were featured are Vidya Balan, Vicky Kaushal, Tiger Shroff, Bhumi Pednekar, Saif Ali Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, Parineeti Chopra, and yes, yes, Kiara Advani. Now, Kaushal, Pednekar, and Advani technically went nude for the photoshoot. However, it was Advani, who has become a household name after the success of M.S. Dhoni, Lust Stories, and
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2019.01.24 19:36 moshywilly What can I do to improve the effect of my makeup (I'm a guy)?

I am a 20 year old guy and I am wearing makeup to add maturity to my face. I also use pomade on my hair My goal is to look at least 30 years old with makeup. I am pretty sure I could look 30 somehow, because in Bollywood movies, male and female actors who are 19 can still look 30 with makeup. With makeup, I add some years to my face and it makes me look like I am in my mid 20s and some days, slightly older. I grow my facial hair only for a week and I shave it off. I use Revlon makeup for everything except for my bronzer and concealer. I have Milani bronzer and Milani concealer.
  1. I apply primer.
  2. I use foundation lighter than my skin and draw triangles (filled in triangles) on the surface of my face under my eyes.]
  3. I use foundation on center of forehead and on chin.
  4. I draw a line of foundation under eyebrow to the halfway point between my eyebrows and eyes.
  5. Blend in!
  6. I draw a line of concealer right on top above my eyes up to the halfway point between my eyes and eyebrows.
  7. I draw concealer from sideburn halfway up to mouth on both sides.
  8. I draw concealer like a "border" that borders against my hair.
  9. I draw concealer under my face.
  10. Blend in!
  11. I use setting powder on the entirety of my face, which take away from a dewy look.
  12. Blend in (lightly)!
  13. I use the bronzer on my cheek under the part where I originally drew a line of concealer that ran from the sideburn to mouth.
  14. Blend in (lightly)!
  15. I use highlighter on the cheekbones, center of the nose, right under the eyebrows (where I originally drew a line of foundation.), bottom of my cheeks, center of chin, and center of forehead.
  16. Blend in!
  17. I use mascara only on the top corner eyelashes.
  18. I comb eyebrows up.
  19. I use my lip gloss
So obviously, I am doing the typical contouring stuff, but the area under eyebrows/above eyes is what I do makeup on too in order to get a deep set eye look.
What can I improve on to add even more age?
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2014.05.20 03:23 tabledresser [Table] I am Academy Award winning composer A.R. Rahman. Ask me anything.

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Do you have special time of the day when you feel more creative? And/or a certain place? Edit: For our friends across the world, the /India mods have put together a primer thread about AR Rehman here including a sampling of the great variety of music over the years. It's very very new, I think after opening my music conservatory, that talent which I witness every year and the performance on the annual day is stunning. Every time I have said that I feel like the music is so, so new. And when it is going to happen, it could happen next year, it could happen 3 years from now. And witnessing that, they have been performing a lot of scenes from famous musicals for the past 4 years and it is fairly early in the process.
Avid fan here, just a simple question... What does A. R. Rahman listen to everyday? Good question. I mostly listen to classical music. Because I think it is very refreshing, classical music always has tonality and depth and you get refreshed listening to it. So much not pop. Maybe in the car when I travel, I listen to pop music on the radio.
Hello Rahman Sir, Hans Zimmer thanked you on the soundtrack CD of "The Dark Knight Rises" What was your work on it ? Any future collaboration with him ? :) No, he did express that he was open to collaboration. I am still trying to find time to meet him in person. One day I must meet him for coffee. He is a great friend.
Did you anticipate Jai Ho's success at all? No! Haha. Not at all. I think sometimes you just do stuff, honestly, and the rest is taken care of I guess. But we did really really work hard to make it to the schedule and the pressure to finish it all so quickly. So we didn't think about all this.
Thank you so much for the reply. I heard that your studio in LA was vandalised yesterday, I hope everyone is okay, and the damage is just to property. Please be safe. We, the mods of /India also put together an AR Rehman Primer thread, highlighting some of the awesome music you have scored. Oh thank you. I think it is some kids who were trying to be smart. But it is worrying. We have just been getting the security services to look after it. Thank you for your concern.
1) What do you think it will take to release the score (background music) to an Indian movie? With the exception of a few of your Indian releases (most notably, Bose), soundtracks are largely just the original songs composed for the movie. Do you think this is an issue of a lack of audience, and economic issue, or just laziness on the part of music labels? 2) You've composed a number of songs with a heavy Indian classical base. Do you have a favorite raga that you tend to favor or do compose to fit the situation? 1) The reason for that was at least until the last decade was piracy. If they released that, they would use it without crediting on TV serials and many other things. But right now, the way we produce soundtracks is high quality and very expensive, so I think it could all be released and we are trying to do our best to release as many soundtracks as possible in the future. 2) I normally compose the situation. And there are amazing amounts of ragas, very few people master the way to make it as melodic as possible for a particular situation. Because now of the whole generation change and how most of the movies are catered to the youth audience, it's becoming more difficult to even attempt doing the more unusual ragas. This is one of the reasons I started my own movie company for the future, we want to be as close, doing more music-oriented things, going to the depths of music in a very entertaining way.
AR: Namaskaram Sir! For someone that's been following every bit of music to come out of your studio since Roja, it is an honor to be able to talk to you today. I kinda view your sound as belonging to three different phases - The Panchathan analog sound, digital and the AM sound. I'm a big fan of your digital Panchathan sound (Iruvar, Kandukondein, Alaipayuthey, Pukar, etc.) that emphasized the high end quite a bit and yet, I thought, didn't go over the top for the most part; Which you since seem to have moved away from. Could you tell us what your digital setup in Panchathan used to be? From videos of your interviews it looks like a Mackie D8B and Logic 7? but what was the complete signal chain? What Microphone, mic pres, converters, Mixer, DAW and Outboard gear did you use to engineer those records? Also, during those days, what was your mastering workflow? Was it done in Logic too? OK, the very beginning of my career, Roja, was done on a Frostex 16 track with an 18 channel mixer. And then for Boys, I used a Euphonix recorder, System 5 with ProTools hardware. And right now, we are using Manley compression with Logic and ProTools HDX.
How do you create more magic with ManiRatnam vs others? There is some criticism that you rehash / copy your old tunes.. would you be happy to help understand? Do you still have people threaten you for the "Bombay" movie music ? Mani Ratnam is my mentor. When I work with him, it is beyond money, so we try to communicate in another plane totally. And it's unfortunate that some of his movies don't do well, but he is creative a genius and I respect him a lot.
I re-use some of the songs. In the west, it is a natural habit, because most of the songs are done in another time. I am proud of my work, and sometimes I re-use it.
Thanks for doing this AMA! What is your process when you go about creating a new film score? Also, who are some artists that you look up to and have learned from? My process of creating a song is actually multiple things. If I am writing for a movie, it depends on the character and what kind of background it is set, and what they are are wishing to convey, I want to take an approach that is exciting. And some of the artist, I am actually working with a lot of exciting artists. Some of the collaborations are confidential, and some of them I have already done on Million Dollar Arm, I worked with a lot the upcoming new talent from America. In India, I still keep looking up to Lata Mangeshkar, and there are just so many. And sometimes you feel so humbled when you look at the world of great artists.
Hi AR! Huge fan. Hoping to catch you in concert on the west coast soon. My question is - in your opinion, what is your best work since Roja? I don't have any opinions at all. You work very hard on soundtracks and sometimes it falls into place and the whole team is excited and it is a great thing, sometimes it's okay, but we put the same amount of passion in every movie. I am not in the judging mode yet, I am just carrying on my journey.
Are you a vanilla or chocolate ice cream fan? Ha ha! Actually I am not a fan of chocolate. Somebody taught me that we have acidity, and because of my unusual sleeping hours I get more acidity, and vanilla kind of heals it immediately. It's a strange coincidence. So it kind of heals the acidic when you have strange working hours and sleeping hours. So vanilla.
Huge fan here. What's your typical day like? Do you draw most of your inspiration from within your studio? Also, what's your favorite food? I think the more I live my life, I feel so blessed to be in music and not in anything else, because if you work, and the work is pleasure, and you are giving pleasure to the listeners, and that is the inspiration that we are in something good. And so how do you make it greater is only the challenge, how do you fight the fatigue and complacency and those kind of things. And inspiration comes from, initially when you write, you are challenged to write for a scene or a song, but it becomes a larger perspective where I do projects which have a kind of undertone of trying to say what i am saying in a scene. Right now i am just enjoying my life doing work in Hollywood and back in India, taking it easy. My favorite? I think after 40, food becomes like a burden. I am not into the spiciest food I used to have before, I've toned it down a lot. I have sometimes vegetarian, sometimes fish, sometimes home-cooked food.
Are there any western musicals pieces that have shaped your musical talent? Interestingly, yes, but strangely when I started my movie soundtracks, what it taught me was to put my passion and perfection in things, and i would say I was really awestruck by Freddy Mercury, Queen, Peter Gabriel, Michael Jackson, and the classical masters like Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, those were all great influences. All these things, in a way, they shaped my musicality. And Hindustani music, singles, and Bade Ghulam Ali Khan.
Got to watch Million Dollar Arm recently, great film and great soundtrack. Loved the 'We could be Kings' track, is that your Nusrat saab influence in all it's glory? (I bet I heard him somewhere in the track!) Yes, I think so! It was done in such a hurry, they had something else there and it had to be that energetic, so I think I took that kind of root, I guess, which matched very well.
Would ever work with Pharrell Williams? That would possibly be the best thing in the world! We got very close to working for Million Dollar Arm, but I think what happened is Pharrell was doing his promotions for the pre-Oscar thing and the director preferred more rappers than musician-like fellows. So unfortunately even though we had a great meeting, and I tweeted the picture too, we are mutual admirers and we played together with Hans Zimmer a few years back. But maybe someday.
I'm a big fan of your contribution to Bollywood. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with the world. Question: How do you feel about the fact that the respective movie industries(Bollywood, Tollywood, etc) seem to be the default source of music in our country? There aren't many successful pop artists who create albums anymore. Do you see this trend returning? It's already returning in a way, actually, in different forms. For Coke studio, people are creating things that bridge cultures and make musicians perform their own songs. The trend is already changing, and songs from Coke studio and some of the MTV programs are becoming very popular. So that's a good sign. I am sure that it is going to go further.
Thank you for doing this AMA! As an avid listener of music I wanted to know which headphones do you prefer currently? Right now I am using AKG headphones which have been given to me by Harmon kindly. And JBL headphones.
What do people close to you call you? Any nicknames? I don't like any nicknames. People just call me A.R. My mom calls me Rahman. My wife calls me A.R. So it depends, I guess.
, I'd like to say thank you for all of your amazing compositions. As far as I am concerned, you are one of the greatest composers of our time. As an NRI, your music has definitely helped me get in touch with my roots. My question is - do you think your productions have been more influenced by South Indian culture, or North Indian culture? Or Both? For me I don't have a border for anything. I create India as a whole being, a whole entity. I think that's why, the lines keep blurring for me always. If the music is interesting, I think people don't even mind it, it's something exciting for them to listen to. Music has to stand on its own merit, not whether it is North or South. Many things have surprised me, i was fearing back in the day when a Hindi audience would do when I did a Malayalam chant. I think that sometimes music surpasses all the borders, people feel the language that it's giving.
Do you have any memorable moments while working on Slumdog Millionaire? Yes. There are so many actually. It was all under pressure, good and bad. The good moments, I had a holiday when I was working on Slumdog, when I was working all my family was there, I would work 9-5 and then evenings would be going out to the park, so it was more like a holiday scoring for me. And the bad memories were actually mixing the soundtrack, my sound engineer passed away at the end after giving the masters, he had a heart attack. So that was a bad experience.
Wow I'm a huge fan of dil se, the song in it was amazing until this day. What was it like working with actors like SRK? wad there a bond after the movie? No, I usually never meet the actors, since I stay in South India and I only met them during the music release, but he really loved the music and expressed the music. Mostly I don't get to see the actors or anything, except in very rare situations, except in rare situations like Amil producing Lagaan, when I got to go to Chennai and work on the music.
My wife's a huge fan of yours. Who would you consider your most promising up and coming artist from India that most people haven't heard of? Oh there are SO many people. India is just buzzing with amazing, amazing talent. I am working with a guy called Hriday Gattani, we worked with the Nooran sisters, and they are amazing, and then another guy from Tamil Nadu, Adi. Most of them are in the soundtrack for i. They will release it all very soon.
Hey, love all your music. Appreciate your doing this AMA. Got a question here though. What is the best piece of advice you can give to young aspiring musicians- whether as professional musicians or composers or what have you- but are afraid that it won't work out in the end? Or to better put it, what's the best thing to keep in mind when pursuing a musical career? Oh, I think the key factor is to be really original. And you have the warmth of emotion embedded in your character for music. Music is all about transporting people, speaking a language which languages fail to express. So when you do that, do the reality check, you can do it if you put your energy in it, don't expect to do it in a day, it is a field you have to plant in your heart for it to really blossom into this extraordinary character which you define to achieve since the very beginning. As simple as that.
Hello! Hangout places (in Mumbai) when you were not famous yet? And your favourite food(s)?! I never had the time to hang out. But the first memory of me in Mumbai was in the Sun and Fans Hotel, and then the President Hotel, and of course, the famous landmark, the Haji Ali Dargah.
Mr Rahman, Thank you for your awesome music, Especially from Saathiya. I wanted to ask you, What do you wish you knew when you started your career? When I started my career, I was under no ambition to succeed as a composer. I thought I would do one movie and disappear. I did not think I had enough to sustain for so many years as a composer. But I think life is all about evolving oneself and growing and evoking and discovering, and that is what I have discovered over the course of life.
If you could redo the score to any classic film, which film would it be and why? No plans like that! But it may happen, you may never know. I respect people's work a lot, so I feel people would get offended if somebody else started tampering with their work. So I will refrain.
3) What are some of your favorite songs? 3) My favorite songs... my favorites keep changing every week.
Also, ARR, Which are the most used music related apps on your phone/tab right now? I use iTablaPro. I use the normal voice memo. And that's it.
Avid fan here. Just one question... Which of the contemporary music directors' works do you enjoy? There are many now, actually. I do like some of Preetam Mithun's work, and a new composer named Santhosh Narayanan.
A R Rahman, Sir! Big time fan here from India! Always wanted to know about your work ethic. What makes you produce excellence after excellence persistently? I think that's the only form I can do. You cannot do less, because people have placed such amazing respect. And I take that very seriously. It makes me and my team work really hard, as much as we can, considering all the limitations of time and other things. And thank you for your compliment.
What's your very best advice for life? I'm just waiting for somebody to give that to me!
Do you still hold the recordings of every song you've done since 1992? I want to be in that storeroom :D Funny! Yes, we have most of the recording tapes I guess. Most of them. We might have lost something, because I think when we did the first few movies we didn't have money to buy new tapes, so I had to erase the old tapes to make new masters.
Vanakkam ARR! I'm a huge fan of your work especially with Mani Ratnam. Could you describe what was it like in the early 90s when you started composing a few jingles for advertisement companies and eventually, Roja? I think that's the most fascinating time, when you discover things which are so new to you but most the exciting time of your life. I would say it is almost like first love.
So humbled to see you here! What music moves you the most? Best wishes from a very awed fun! Music is like a banyan for me. It is not one aspect which moves. Many different forms of music have a very different character. You can't say one kind of music is superior. I take from each music. Suppose you have a choir it has its own charm, classical music has its own charm, folk music has its own charm. Me being me, I am so open and I think I derive inspiration for all kinds of music and have respect for all musicians.
Hello Mr. Rahman. I am an ardent fan of your work and was wondering who was your inspiration for getting into this business. Thank you! My father. I think my father was such an ideal to me, and I had to live up to his legacy. Not only as a musician but as a human being and he had so much respect from people. When he passed away, that was a very high thing to keep up with.
Tell us the most interesting titbit of a song, that we haven't heard anywhere before, of a song you produced! There are many stories like this. Actually most of the song ideas come so instantly you don't even think twice, are the best songs. The ones you try hard it always shows, and sometimes these - in the car I will have an idea, come back to the studio and flesh it out, or on a flight i will go in a catering area and sing on the phone secretly so not to wake everybody up, sometimes when I am walking that happens. Ideas keep coming at vague times actually. And it's become so handy to have a phone that has everything in it. It's much easier to be spontaneously capturing things, unlike before when you had to have a huge tape cassette recorder.
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