Where We Are Going Today: Signature juices: shaking it up in Jeddah

Updated 18 May 2019

Where We Are Going Today: Signature juices: shaking it up in Jeddah

Signature juices are redefining health and people are loving it. In a world of monster shakes and sugary drinks, Signature is bringing freshness with a modern twist. Their juices are fresh, delicious and pleasing to the eye.

Signature also has coffee and fruit shakes although their shakes are not like others. They pour strawberry puree and, over it, a chilled thick strawberry shake to add to the richness of the drink.

Signature started out as a shop with the goal of making everyone a fan, slowly becoming a social media trend much like Overdose Cafe and Criollo Cookies. Its Instagram account has 156,000 followers.

The interior adds to the experience — it is much more fun to drink in the cozy and well-lit area of the shop.

Signature is located at King Abdul Aziz Road, Ash Shati district, Jeddah.


Bollywood to make movie on Pakistan air strikes

Updated 23 August 2019

Bollywood to make movie on Pakistan air strikes

  • The new movie is set to be produced by Vivek Oberoi
  • Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British colonial rule in 1947

NEW DELHI: Bollywood is to make a movie on the "true story" of Indian air strikes on Pakistan this year, its producer said Friday, the latest patriotic film to hit the silver screen.
The February 26 attack took place after a suicide bombing claimed by a militant group based in Pakistan killed 40 Indian troops on February 14 in Indian-controlled Kashmir.
Pakistan then carried out its own raid over the de-facto border in Kashmir before the two nuclear-armed countries stepped back from the brink of another conflict.
India said that in the raid, its aircraft successfully attacked a training camp at Balakot and killed "a very large number" of "terrorists", but doubts have been raised about its efficacy.
The new movie is set to be produced by Vivek Oberoi, who starred in a flattering biopic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the release of which was delayed so as not to interfere with this year's election.
It will also tell the story of handlebar-moustached Abhinandan Varthaman, an Indian pilot who was shot down in the raid and then handed over by Pakistan, becoming a national hero.
"As a proud Indian, a patriot, and a member of the film fraternity, it's my duty to highlight what our armed forces are truly capable of," Oberoi was quoted as saying by Indian media.
"This film is a powerful tool to underline the achievements of brave officers like Wing Commander Abhinandan, who went behind the enemy lines and did what makes every Indian proud of them," said Vivek.
Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British colonial rule in 1947. Both claim the Himalayan territory in full and have fought two wars over it.
Earlier this month India stripped its part of the region's autonomy, sending tens of thousands of extra troops and imposing a lockdown and a communications blackout that on Friday entered its 19th day.