Kareena Kapoor spends girls weekend in Dubai

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Kareen Kapoor travelled to Dubai with her best friend to Amrita Arora, sister Karisma Kapoor, makeup artist Mallika Bhat and manager Poonam Damania. (Instagram: Kareena Kapoor)
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Kareen Kapoor travelled to Dubai with her best friend to Amrita Arora, sister Karisma Kapoor, makeup artist Mallika Bhat and manager Poonam Damania. (Instagram: Kareena Kapoor)
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Kareen Kapoor travelled to Dubai with her best friend to Amrita Arora, sister Karisma Kapoor, makeup artist Mallika Bhat and manager Poonam Damania. (Instagram: Kareena Kapoor)
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Kareen Kapoor travelled to Dubai with her best friend to Amrita Arora, sister Karisma Kapoor, makeup artist Mallika Bhat and manager Poonam Damania. (Instagram: Kareena Kapoor)
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Kareen Kapoor travelled to Dubai with her best friend to Amrita Arora, sister Karisma Kapoor, makeup artist Mallika Bhat and manager Poonam Damania. (AFP)
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Kareen Kapoor travelled to Dubai with her best friend to Amrita Arora, sister Karisma Kapoor, makeup artist Mallika Bhat and manager Poonam Damania. (AFP)
Updated 20 August 2018
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Kareena Kapoor spends girls weekend in Dubai

  • Kapoor was accompanied by sister Karisma Kapoor, best friend Amrita Arora, makeup artist Mallika Bhat and manager Poonam Damania
  • The actress will soon begin shooting “Good News” with Akshay Kumar, Diljit Dosanjh and Kiara Advani

JEDDAH: Indian actress Kareena Kapoor Khan sure knows a thing or two about mixing work with fun as the Bollywood beauty took along her friends on a short getaway trip to Dubai over the weekend, where she attended a promotional event.
Kapoor was accompanied by sister Karisma Kapoor, best friend Amrita Arora, makeup artist Mallika Bhat and Kapoor’s manager Poonam Damania on the trip. The girl gang went out for partying and shopping, pictures of which were duly posted on Instagram by Arora and Karisma.
“Outta here, ciao,” wrote Arora with a photo of the girl squad at the airport, while Karisma shared a few more clicks in her Instagram story.
Kapoor, who attended the launch of Emcer Tiles’s Eslab wall tile on Sunday, wore an olive green satin top and pants from designer Atsu Sekhose’s pre-fall collection for the event. She accessorized her look with large drop hoops by Misho Designs.
After the event, for her night out with the girls, she sported a shiny sling bang that added some shine to her otherwise understated look. Karisma, Damania, Bhat and Arora, meanwhile, all sported black.
On Monday, the 37-year-old star was seen arriving at the Mumbai airport with Karisma from Dubai. Choosing comfortable yet stylish outfits for traveling, Kareena sported a white sweatshirt with blue pants, while the elder sister chose a flashy pink top paired with black pants.
Kapoor was last in Dubai earlier this year in April for a photo shoot. She recently walked the runway for Falguni & Shane Peacock at India Fashion Week.
She was last seen in the “Veere Di Wedding,” and will be a part of director Karan Johar’s next film “Takht,” where she will star alongside Alia Bhatt, Ranveer Singh, Janhvi Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal and Bhumi Pednekar.
The actress will soon begin shooting “Good News” with Akshay Kumar, Diljit Dosanjh and Kiara Advani.


Hosny’s El Badla marks a first for Egyptian cinema in Saudi Arabia

Updated 20 September 2018
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Hosny’s El Badla marks a first for Egyptian cinema in Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH: Following on the heels of “Kaala” — the first Hindi film to be successfully screened in the Kingdom — Majid Al-Futtaim on Thursday held the first screening of an Egyptian film in Saudi Arabia with the action comedy hit, “El Badla.”
Clocking a screen time of 100 minutes and directed by Tamer Hosny, the film’s plot revolves around a college student — played by Hosny himself — who attends a costume party dressed as a police officer. Hosny soon finds himself in a tricky situation after his plan backfires and he becomes the subject of a criminal investigation for false impersonation.
Cameron Mitchell, CEO of Majid Al-Futtaim Cinemas, said that Egypt’s rich history of producing quality entertainment has led to a high demand for Egyptian films, not only in Saudi Arabia but across the region as well. 
“We are proud to be the first operator that brings Egyptian content to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and we will continue to offer a range of movies that appeal to a variety of cultures that we cater to,” Mitchell said.
The Kingdom lifted a decades-long ban on screening films by opening its first cinema on April 18.