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Courage is only skill that will take you across difficult times: Karzan Hisham

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What is courage?

The state or quality of mind or spirit to do something you fear with self possession and confidence. It’s all about overcoming fear and self doubt. To achieve what you are willing to cover all the questions that arise in your mind.

For the 21 year boy who was pursuing his career in maths it was a dilemma to choose between what he was pursuing or doing what he found that he loved.

He chose the latter and that’s surely the best decision of his life that he made. He surely agrees over the same. It’s not always important the things you don’t find appropriate now you won’t find it appropriate afterwards also. It’s all about taking risks in life and not giving up. It’s about falling and getting up again to run again in the race of life with the same zeal.

Karzan is a Youtuber, influencer,video creator and editor ,content creator and director. That was his courageous step to choose this path for his career beyond the risk includes because one never knew the outcome.

Although he is doing a wonderful job and is loved by a large number of people for his work and he was highly praised for the same. He has a huge fanbase on youtube as well as on social media platforms. He is praised for his simplicity.

Karzan recently made his appearance in a TV show through his appearance in a media show. There he talked about many important points and gave his views on them. One of the main points of discussion was work on social media . How social media is one of the top most sources of income. He put forward his views and talked about his way of work on social media.

Undoubtedly, his fandom reached another level after his appearance. Everyone loves his views and are keen to see more of him.

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Celebrities cheer as life slowly gets back to normal, malls and restaurants have reopened

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With the number of cases going down, people in India are slowly getting back to their earlier lifestyle. Malls have reopened for fully vaccinated people, and restaurants too are functional till 10 pm. Like everyone else, this back-to-normalcy feel is making celebrities happy as well.

They talk about whether they will visit restaurants, malls, theatres, show much they have been missing the experience, and what more they are planning to do now when they are able to step out.


Delnaaz Irani – I am super excited… I think it’s only fair that everybody gets a fair chance to earn. Malls are opening up, restaurants have opened doors, and the time has been extended, so it’s lovely. I am fully vaccinated, so yes I can go shopping at my favourite mall which is very close to my house. I am very thrilled about it. I think life should come back to normal and we all should quickly get vaccinated, that is our responsibility as well. Everything cannot be put on the other side, I think as citizens we also need to cooperate with the government for our own safety and the one thing that we can do is get vaccinated. We must also take care of when we are stepping out, how we are travelling, mask should be on, sanitise and maintain distance. This virus is here to stay for how long we don’t know, and like the way we kind of surpassed this beautifully, this too shall pass. All and all I am very happy and will soon start visiting restaurants and theatres.


Parull Chaudhry – I am so happy with this decision and things opening up. I even can’t remember when was the last time I went to a restaurant or to a mall. This February, before the second lockdown, during my birthday, I went to a restaurant. This indeed is a welcome change by the government and I am happy that they have made fully-vaccinated clause compulsory. At this point of time I have to wait because my second dose is left. I hope people will be more responsible now as we have to control the spread of this deadly virus. This Independence Day, we literally got the freedom to go out and enjoy under certain rules and regulations.


Nivedita Basu – I don’t know if it’s a good idea to open malls because the delta variant has just about set its foot in Mumbai, Maharashtra, now because some people have stopped wearing masks, unfortunately. Whenever I step out of work, 60% of the people are not even wearing masks. I don’t know how soon another lockdown is happening. Restaurants are fine because they can still control the number of people coming in only and with the time extending things would be better. I think more people can now come to a restaurant and instead of waiting outside and crowding they can just space up and probably make it from 100% to 70-80% so that everyone’s happy, able to enjoy and earn too. We all have been missing out on earlier life, especially children. My daughter misses going out. Many children have not been to school, don’t know friends, haven’t developed social skills and have been only subjected to online study. But I am still worried about children stepping out, especially after what happened in Bengaluru, where 300 kids between the ages of 10 and 12 years, got infected by the virus when schools restarted. The delta variant apparently affects the kids more. I hope these people who wanted these malls and restaurants to open will also take precautions because it’s not just their safety, one small mistake might put many other lives at risk. I will go and watch films with my friends.


Chitra Vakil Sharma – Finally the feeling of a comeback is happening and I am going to go back to shopping and dine out. It’s important to start living normally once you are fully vaccinated and of course with precautions and following the other necessary norms. We are living life in fear and we need to be out of it soon. I am definitely missing going to restros with family and friends. Every Sunday evening meal would be a family meal. My hubby, Ajay, our daughter, Tanvi, and I, would go to a new restaurant and explore the feeling of normalcy again. Shopping to me is therapy. And a foodie like me loves to try new cuisines. I am fully vaccinated and take all precautions. As long as we follow norms and become socially responsible we may soon start living life without these restrictions. We are happy that our time of taking holidays, weekend outings, shopping and eating etc is back. I will go and watch Sooryavanshi with my sister Rohini Vakil.


Kaveri Priyam – Yes indeed we all are waiting for normalcy. We all were actually craving it for a really long time now. Malls being open are a good thing and that too for only fully vaccinated people makes us feel all the more secure. It’s good news. I would love to visit the mall because I am fully vaccinated now. Even people who have been working and earning and doing their jobs in malls and supermarkets and its good for them as well. Theatres were missed big time. There is no substitute for watching films in theatres.
*Hasan Zaidi*Well, I think it’s a welcome change more than anything else. We have suffered for a long time and most of us have been taking precautions. The virus has created havoc but we have systems in place, we have all the checks done. We citizens need to be responsible. On the other hand, the economics of the world, especially the hospitality sector, has been devastated. It is one sector which has been completely annihilated. It’s a positive change that everyone is slowly being allowed to earn again. But you have to wear your mask, sanitise and maintain distance. You cannot live under fear and threat throughout because that in any case is a negative emotion and state of being. Know about your fears, be responsible but move on in life as we say in our line of work, the show must go on. I hope businesses bounce back. When businesses bounce back, people bounce back, the nation bounces back and we head towards a better future. I am looking forward to watching films in theatre.


Smita Dongre – Ofcourse it seems conditions are getting normal. No, I haven’t visited any mall or restaurant yet. Yes of course I am missing it. I miss going to the theatre too. All the technicians and artists of our industry are suffering. The good thing is that we have come closer to each other, have become compassionate. We have also got a little bit of peace of mind because of it. We are spending a lot of our time at home. Earlier there was a rat race but now everything has come to a controlled state. We have come closer to our family and people, with whom we had sort of lost contact earlier because we were running earlier. Biggest thing is that our expectations have gone down. I have not gone out anywhere neither in restaurants nor malls, probably I will now.


Dhusshyant Wag – Finally malls, restaurants are opening up… Unfortunately here in India people don’t like following rules much. Clearly if the social distancing rule is not followed in public places the third wave will come and there are chances of Covid cases increasing in coming months. That is a thing we all need to take care of and must worry about. Of course I will visit restaurants and malls, I have been missing doing these activities. As you know I am a big junk food lover. Eating in restaurants is a different feeling altogether. You go with friends, family and sometimes you go by yourself, but it’s a different environment and ambience when you eat out. There you go, spend time and readymade cutlery and food come in front of you. Of course I have been missing that experience. I would like my earlier life to restart soon. I wouldn’t want coronavirus to spread again. We will have to take care and to maintain social distance so that we are free to enjoy ourselves. I am looking forward to the cinematic experience.

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Zohaeb Farooqui on vaccination drive: I think government was right in doing phase wise vaccination

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The vaccination drive is on and the government recently announced free vaccination for people above the age of 18. But a lot of actors who are in the 45 and 60 age group are still not vaccinated. At the same time vaccine shortage is a reality. Many have opined that vaccination should have been free from the beginning, while the rest are in favour of the government’s phase wise inoculation drive. Actor Zohaeb Farooqui belongs to the second category and he has his reasons to do so.
“India is a country of over 1.3 billion population and reaching out to everyone at the same time is difficult. I think whatever steps the government has taken is good. There needs to be a system in place to work things out,” says the actor, who has taken his first dose. His experience has been good, things were quite organised and he was fine after the first jab.
All thanks to corona, health is one thing which has taken centre stage in our lives. Right eating has become a norm, more so with everyone realising the jaan hai toh jahaan hai. “Yes to an extent this pandemic has made people aware but I still have people out there who are not taking things seriously. I still see people not maintaining social distance or wearing masks,” he sounds upset.
Given how this pandemic has affected us all, holding up in such times is necessary. “I guess except for the food processing industry, everyone is suffering and there is a decline in their respective fields of work. The reason why I pointed to the food processing industry is because I’ve seen people rushing for basics. In whatever condition you are in, everyone needs food to survive. They can cut out on eating out and all but the basics cannot be avoided,” he says.

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Bilal Kazi, The Pioneer in Food Blogging and an Inspiration for Many Youngsters

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It takes a lot of courage to venture into what your heart says. One such personality who boldly took a step to chase his dreams is Mr. Bilal Kazi. Talking about one such high-performing entrepreneur who exhibits multiple talents coming all the way from Bahrain, Bilal Kazi is a prominent face in the food blogging community of India.

Bilal Kazi is a visionary personality who believes in his dreams and works upon it to execute them. He is an eminent food blogger and digital marketer from Bahrain.

Bilal, in this digital world, has accomplished himself as a prominent food blogger, blogger, networking geek and social media specialist. His work speaks for him and today he has worked with various renowned personalities and brands.

Bilal’s talents and achievements are not just restricted to the digital world. Apart from it, he owns an event management company in Mumbai. The name of his company is – The Event Works which is owned and handled by Bilal himself.

Bilal has pursued the course Hotel Management from Rizvi college but he soon realized that his Entrepreneurial and technical spirits and talents couldn’t be restricted just to hotel management, so he decided to initiate a new venture. He went to begin his site and bought a domain to start a blog page.

Achievements are what defies the capabilities of a person, it’s the success evidence that stays for lifetime. Conversing about Bilal’s achievements, he has received the awards of Business Manager Award and Best Influencer Award at Channel V India Fest Goa. His achievements speak for his passion and determination towards work.

With his brilliant mind and diligence, Bilal today aspires to open his own digital marketing company and restaurant. Speaking about his mentor, it’s the great personality Rj Mantra. Since bilal’d College days his mentor has deeply inspired him snd has a big impact towards his overall growth.

Bilal Kazi striding forth with his unceasing potential and sharp temperament on his aisle to set a benchmark for people. Today, this young lad is administering as one of the acceptable and most admirable personality. His zeal towards his work is truly commendable and his vision to achieve the dreams is highly appreciable.

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