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Amul’s greeting for Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s baby is too cute for words | Bollywood Bubble



Amul's greeting for Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma's baby is too cute for words | Bollywood Bubble

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Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are currently celebrating the birth of their first child. The ‘Sultan’ actress welcomed a Baby girl on January 11. As soon as Virat shared the good news, it created a fan frenzy on social media. From speculations regarding Virushka’s baby’s first pic to fans suggesting names for their daughter, in the last two days, we have seen it all. But it was Amul topical’s greeting for Virushka’s baby that has warmed everyone’s hearts.

Congratulating the power couple on the arrival of their bundle of joy, dairy giant Amul shared a new artwork in which a cute lil baby can be seen lying in a pram while Anushka and Virat are marvelling at their baby’s innocence and cuteness.

The diary giant captioned it as, “Bowled over by this delivery. Welcome it home.”

Virat and Anushka had announced their pregnancy last year. The cricketer took paternity leave to be by his wife’s side during the birth of their first child. Whereas Anushka worked throughout her pregnancy, from producing hard-hitting films to doing maternity shoots, she did it all.

Earlier today, the couple issued a statement in which they appealed to all paparazzi in Mumbai to respect the privacy of their child. A part of their statement reads, “While, we will always ensure that you get all the content you need featuring us, we would request you to kindly not take or carry any content that has our child. We know that you will understand where we are coming from and we thank you for the same,” reads a part of Virushka’s note for the paparazzi.

And for more such interesting updates, you guys stay tuned to this space.

Also Read: From Anuvira to Anushvi, fans suggest some cute names for Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s baby girl


Candice Brathwaite: Gifted black writers feel pigeonholed



Candice Brathwaite: Talented black writers feel pigeonholed

Talking to the Night Standard’s Natasha Mwansa, Brathwaite explained: “My white counterparts, both male and female, can fart on to a e-book and publishers will slap a sticker on it.

“Whereas I was normally explained to to get a bigger platform and then perhaps my crafting would be offered a look. I do not feel this nation has even begun to scratch the surface area of the black British producing talent in this country”.

Brathwaite, whose to start with e book I Am Not Your Newborn Mother discusses what it signifies to be a black British mom, was at the pageant promoting her latest e book Sista Sister. She explained the reserve as “the manual for young black women I wish I had experienced. It’s items I have learnt the difficult way so you really don’t have to.

“I’m 33 now but I was genuinely creating for my youthful self and I was severely ashamed at situations.”

Asked about regardless of whether she felt the pressure to produce a “universal” tale relatively than one particular specifically for black British gals, she claimed: “It grew to become violently significant to me to publish from the perspective of a black female with out holding the white gaze in thoughts.

“JK Rowling does not keep me in intellect. Enid Blyton does not keep me in mind.”

She spoke of how, before the Black Life Issue motion past calendar year, Sista Sister was turned down by multiple publishers because it wasn’t a “universal” more than enough tale.

“I nearly put a glossary [for white people] in I Am Not Your Toddler Mom. So I did sense that tension to make it universal, but my friends instructed me hell no. No a person at any time gave us a glossary.”

The former receptionist and internet marketing assistant from south London has built up hundreds of followers for her immediate and humorous Instagram posts showcasing her daughter Esmé, her son Richard Jr, and her spouse, Bodé (AKA Papa B), in their vibrant house in Milton Keynes.

On the pressure that black writers may well sense to generate a reserve specially about anti-racism, Brathwaite reported: “It’s unfair that proficient black writers feel pigeonholed and that they won’t get a ebook offer except if they choose on the mantle of teacher and activist.”

Brathwaite was sharing the stage with Kadija Sesay, whose guide This is the Canon, a curated reading through list of non-white authors, is out subsequent thirty day period.

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