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Best friendship song till date…thanks to DSP sir for superb music and ultimate BGM… Awesome music and lyrics. Especially “Nestamante emitante kanna vallu ivaleni aasthenanata” Explained the meaning of friendship with just one line.Mahesh anna looks fantabulous. Pooja hegde is so cute. A come back movie for allari naresh. #ChotiChotiBaatein #Maharshi #ChotiChotiBaatein excellent song with meaningful lyrics. Thank you so much sir @ThisIsDSP for giving this beautiful song. Blockbuster on the way. No words just Wow!!! #ChotiChotiBaatein #Maharshi Music peaks @ThisIsDSP you rocked it bro #MaharshiFirstSingle @urstrulyMahesh stills lyrics by @ShreeLyricist #SSMB25 Superbbbb lyrics and refreshing music by #DSP Repeat mode #ChotiChotiBaatein Akhil Raju @akhilrajus3555 Fantastic, Superb, Mind blowing, Un believable Couldn’t get better n best lyrics than this.. The best Friendship song I’ve ever heard.. Love u Mahesh MaharshiTwitterThe makers of Vamshi Paidipally’s Maharshi have released the first song Choti Choti Baatein on Friday. This track, which is getting good reviews, is about Mahesh Babu and Allari Naresh’s friendship. (Scroll down to listen to this first song from the film.)Maharshi is the landmark 25th movie of Mahesh Babu, whose fans are expected everything from it to be big and special in his career. The makers have released the first look of the actor, which has struck a chord with them and doubled their curiosity. They are now eagerly waiting for the release of its soundtracks online.Director Vamshi Paidipally confirmed that the first single of Maharshi will be released on Friday morning. He tweeted, “#ChotiChotiBaatein The Journey of Freindship with Superstar @urstrulyMahesh @hegdepooja & @allarinaresh begins tomorrow at 9:09 a.m. Every Freindship has a Story.. Cherish & Celebrate your Story with this song.. A @ThisIsDSP Musical.. @KUMohanan1 @ShreeLyricist #Maharshi.”Devi Sri Prasad, who has composed music for Maharshi, retweeted Vamshi Paidipally’s post and confirmed that it is going to be a melodious number. The music director tweeted, “A Sweet Melodious Song coming your Way.. #chotichotibaatein #MAHARSHI1stSINGLEonMARCH29th Hope U wil all Love it !! ❤️.”Maharshi is touted to be a romantic action drama film, written Vamsi Paidipally. According to the leaked report, Allari Naresh is a childhood friend of Mahesh Babu in the story of Maharshi and his death leaves an impact on the latter that changes his life and he decides to bring changes in the society. This is for the first time Naresh has teamed up with Mahesh Babu and is all thrilled about the movie.Allari Naresh also tweeted, “Follow us @urstrulyMahesh @hegdepooja and I on our journey of friendship……and your journey of friendship – through us with #ChotiChotiBaatein from #Maharishi tomorrow at 9.09am. A @ThisIsDSP musical, helmed by @directorvamshi . @KUMohanan1 @ShreeLyricist.”Harish Shankar, who is a close friend of director Vamshi Paidipally, has apparently listened to Choti Choti Baatein from Maharshi. He claimed that the first song is going to be a chartbuster track. He tweeted, “Trust me guys one of the best compositions of @ThisIsDSP and I can say a chart buster is on the way.”Aditya Music, which has bagged the audio rights of Maharshi, released the first song from the film on its official YouTube channel. Mahesh Babu took his Twitter page to share the link to the lyrical video with his followers, while Vamshi Paidipally dedicated the track to all friends. The director tweeted, “#ChotiChotiBaatein… Dedicated to all the Friends and their Friendship Stories… :)”Shree Mani has penned the lyrics for the song Choti Choti Baatein, which is all about beautiful memories of friendship. Besides composing tunes, Devi Sri Prasad has also crooned this melodious number, which has struck chord with the film goers and raised the bar of expectations and curiosity about Maharshi. This track is not only getting positive reviews, but also taking the social media by the storm.Here are some of the viewers’ review of Maharshi first song Choti Choti Baatein shared on YouTube and Twitter:Manikantavamsi @manikantavamsi9 Srinivas Ponnam Lovely Shazi @LovelyShazi1 Prince Lucky @SurampudiVeeru Sandeep maheshbabu Meghana Venkateshan Sai Kiran bullet Sana #ChotiChotiBaatein – Awesome music & Lyrics.. One of the best song for Friendship and visually it’s going to be a treat for sure. Superstar @urstrulyMahesh look & the montage scenes between MB, @allarinaresh & @hegdepooja !! #Maharshi Awesome sounding with some best guitar portions Bring it more in album Mahesh Babu Fan @IamMaheshFan Wowwww….DSP.. Wt a lovely music…this one only we want from you…Love u #DSP❤️❤️❤️ Ravi Sankar @RaviSan67818066 It was a nice song by DSP….. very happy to hear maharshi’s first song on friendshipWatch the official lyrical video of Maharshi first Song Choti Choti Baatein here
File PhotoMalnutrition, poor sanitary conditions and diseases in refugee settlements is potentially catastrophic for Rohingya children who have fled Myanmar, UNICEF warns.It has found many children both in camps and among new arrivals ‘severely acutely malnourished’.”Some children are close to death by the time they make it across the border,” the UN body said in a news release issued simultaneously from Geneve, New York and Dhaka on Friday.”We are working to get a clear understanding on the extent of acute malnutrition among Rohingya child refugees,” it said.UNICEF mentioned that a nutrition survey is underway which will provide data in November.However, according to its screening at the border on 16-18 October, 33 out of 340 children screed, were found to be severely acutely malnourished. Its purpose was to identify children who needed immediate, life-saving treatment, UNICEF said.Screening conducted on sick children who were brought to a Medecins Sans Frontieres clinic reportedly found 14 severely acutely malnourished cases among 103 children.So far, UNICEF and partners had screened 59,604 children among refugees who have taken shelter in Bangladesh since 25 August, and identified 1,970 as severely acutely malnourished , and 6,971 as moderately acutely malnourished.These numbers roughly correspond to the pre-crisis malnutrition rates – which were already above the emergency threshold – 21.2 perr cent global acute malnutrition and 3.6 per cent severe acute malnutrition, according to a survey conducted in May 2017 in makeshift settlements.In Myanmar’s Rakhine state, malnutrition rates in Maungdaw and Buthidaung townships, where the vast majority of refugees come from, were also already above emergency thresholds.”Since 25 August, we have had to stop treating 4,000 children with severe acute malnutrition in northern Rakhine because we have had no access,” UNICEF said.
By The Associated PressPHILADELPHIA (AP) — A portrait long thought to be of George Washington’s enslaved chef, who cooked for the former president at Mount Vernon and Philadelphia before escaping, is actually not of Hercules, and isn’t even of a chef, art experts concluded after a two-year study.Experts who gathered in 2017 at Mount Vernon, Washington’s Virginia plantation, unanimously agree the 18th-century portrait believed to be of Hercules wearing a chef’s toque is not actually of the man, Philly.com reported Friday. The findings are now public.The portrait at question, until recently, believed to be of George Washington’s cook, Hercules. (Courtesy Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid)“There is a real sense of loss there. It’s such a powerful portrait,” Mount Vernon senior curator Susan P. Schoelwer told Philly.com.Hercules had cooked for Washington for a number of years before escaping in 1797. He wasn’t heard from again.Schoelwer helped coordinate the gathering to discuss the mystery of “Presumed Portrait of George Washington’s Cook.” The portrait had long been attributed to Gilbert Stuart, best known for his unfinished portrait of Washington. But that also doesn’t appear to be true.Dorinda Evans, a Stuart scholar, said the portrait is “very different from how Stuart would have done it.”The experts agree the painting is from the 1700s and say the subject must be notable if a portrait was commissioned. Experts also said what was thought to be a toque is actually a headdress similar to ones worn in by free Dominicans in other paintings.When journalist and author Ramin Ganeshram, who used the image on the cover of her novel “The General’s Cook,” was told of the experts’ new realization, she couldn’t let it go. Ganeshram is executive director of the Westport Historical Society in Connecticut and gathered information on Hercules, hoping to prove the portrait was of him.Instead, the quest led her to documents about a “Hercules Posey.” Posey is the surname of a previous owner of Washington’ chef. She and her historical society colleague, Sara Krasne, who is a trained genealogist, recovered a death notice from New York City. They believe Hercules was left behind at a Manhattan cemetery when bodies were moved to Brooklyn in the early 1800s. He’s most likely still buried under what is now sidewalk, they said. Two historians agree.“I would totally feel comfortable speculating that it was him,” said Erica Armstrong Dunbar, a history professor at Rutgers University.