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The idea of travelling around the world in just 20 minutes could be implausible for many of us, but not Lara Dutta. The actress took people on a trip around the globe in 20 minutes at the launch of the office of US-based travel website Expedia here Friday night.

The former beauty queen took media as well as the guests on a walk across the 42,000 sq. ft. property, designed in a way to represent various global destinations like Las Vegas, Rio De Janeiro, Beijing, Moscow, and Fiji among others.

“A walk around the place helps one identify with the thought of Expedia. I was brimming with excitement as we went around each zone that represented a travel destination,” said Lara at the launch of the ‘travel themed’ workplace of the global website’s India office here.

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If you are one of those who liked the most unlikely pairing of Lara Dutta and Viany Pathak in Chalo Dilli, then, get ready for more as the gorgeous Lara is ready with the sequel.

Speaking about the film’s sequel, the ever-so-beautiful Lara said that it was very encouraging that her first production was appreciated. In the same breath, she added that she very well knew if at all there has to be a sequel, it had to be better than the original. She also added that the script is ready and they are ready to shoot with Eros on board as producers.

Readers may recall that Chalo Dilli was Lara Dutta’s first home production under the banner of Bheegi Basanti Entertainment with Mahesh Bhupathi’s Big Daddy Productions and Eros International. The film starred Lara Dutta and Vinay Pathak.


Lara Dutta Bhupathi has managed to snap back into shape after the birth of her daughter Saira, about seven months ago. And she’s back on the sets in director Bejoy Nambiar’s trilingual ‘David’.

“It’s just great to be back. I missed work, but what I’m picking now is very limited. I’m in a position to pick and choose work depending on how many hours it keeps me away from Saira,” says. Lara adds that her priorities have changed post motherhood, so much so that she’ll think twice before signing on the dotted line.

“It’s not easy, it’s harder on me than it is on her now. Saira has become my greatest barometer for the choices that I make in my life. I am not going to get out of my house and leave her behind unless it’s really worth it.” And she hasn’t bid goodbye to item numbers as yet. “I love dancing and singing. I am sure I will do more of that, but it has to be worth it,” she says.



Have beauty pageants become passe? With just one international win in 12 years, India’s dry run continues with insiders saying that models and other aspirants to the glitz and glamour world are bypassing the pageant route to head straight for Bollywood. It was the other way around in the decades gone past with women like Aishwarya Rai, Sushmita Sen and Lara Dutta winning their international crowns and then going to the movie world. On Saturday, Miss India World Vanya Mishra made it to the top seven at the 62nd edition of the Miss World contest in Ordos, China, but the crown went to China’s Xia Yu. Had she clinched it, she would have got the first big win in 12 years. The last Miss Universe title came home in 2000 with Lara Dutta winning the crown; the last Miss World also came the same year with Priyanka Chopra bagging the title.

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Bangalore, 14th August 2012: Famous Bollywood actor & former Miss Universe Ms Lara Dutta, who is a proud mother to seven month old Saira inaugurated a poster exhibition on ‘Goodness of Breastfeeding’ at Manipal Hospital Bangalore, one of India’s leading healthcare group, as part of the hospital’s public awareness initiative namely ‘World Breastfeeding Month’ taken to spread the message of the importance of breastfeeding to all new and expectant mothers. The Former Miss Universe, a new age mom herself, was present at Manipal Hospital, to celebrate the ‘World Breastfeeding Month” initiative which is dedicated to all new and expectant mothers to make them aware about the importance & goodness of breastfeeding which in turn ensures good health for both the child as well the mother.

Breastfeeding is considered to be one of the most enriching experiences for a mother. It not only nourishes the baby, but also creates a strong bond between the mother and child. Breastfeeding is proven to improve immunity and reduce obesity, diabetes and asthma among children. It is also proven that it reduces the chance of breast cancer, ovarian cancer and osteoporosis for the mothers. It is important for the new mothers to consider prolonging the period of feeding their children with breast milk, ideally upto 2 years and beyond.

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