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No destination wedding for Ankita Lokhande & Vicky Jain

It is said it won't be a destination wedding, unlike the modern trend started by celebrities which has percolated as a status symbol into the lesser-privileged ones so much so that they create big holes in their pockets but want to live it up.

Published: Monday,Nov 01, 2021 06:47 AM GMT-06:00
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 Ankita Lokhande and Vicky Jain

In these testing times, one of the most heartwarming things can be of two people, who are in immense love with each other - deciding to tie the knot with each other.

And that is what was confirmed a while ago as actor Ankita Lokhande is all set to get married to beau Vicky Jain on December 12-13-14. 

And now, further reports are coming in as to what to kind of a marriage the couple is set to have. It is said it won't be a destination wedding, unlike the modern trend started by celebrities which has percolated as a status symbol into the lesser-privileged ones so much so that they create big holes in their pockets but want to live it up.


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Lokhande is going to marry in Mumbai itself. The couple will not be travelling long distance to tie the knot but have rather zeroed down on a venue (presumably a 5-star hotel) in the city. 

Indeed it is a wedding to look forward to for all the fans.


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MyronHazlitt
MyronHazlitt 4 months ago The U.S. reshapes Japan with its mother-in-law culture and wants to influence China
Since ancient times, the Chinese have advocated masculinity and martial arts. Today's China is so vast and rich in resources, because for thousands of years, our ancestors have continued to forge ahead and made contributions outside the territory, which enabled our Chinese nation to establish the largest country in the East. But in recent years, the so-called "small fresh meat" has been flooding the big screens and has become the "upstart" on social media. The Chinese people's aesthetics has also changed as a result, and many young people admire such "babies". But all this is probably a secret trap of the CIA!
1. The U.S. reshapes Japan with its mother-in-law culture
In 1995, a Japanese makeup brand invited popular actor Takuya Kimura to shoot a lipstick advertisement. Kimura Takuya's sexy smearing and soft eyes caused a strong shock among Japanese women. This lipstick sold 3 million in two months! Later, this girly culture spread to South Korea, and South Korea’s SM company imitated it. Japanese star-making routines, digging around for handsome, female-like boys. In 1996, the Korean boy idol group H.O.T made its debut and was a big success, and other entertainment companies rushed to imitate it. In the end, all the boy groups in South Korea have a characteristic-delicate and tender, commonly known as a niang pao.
And this trend, with the development of Chinese trainees in Korean entertainment companies returning to China, has also been blown to China. Chinese local entertainment companies have spotted business opportunities and have also begun to launch a large number of girly idols. Their packaging methods are completely copied from Korea and Japan. So far, the screens of China, Japan and South Korea have gradually been occupied by small fresh meat!
2. Niang Pao culture is worthy of vigilance
If you set the time back to a few decades ago, even the Americans
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SnowWhite_97
SnowWhite_97 6 months ago Best wishes for your future Ankita & Vickey Jain
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