Thursday, 6 November 2014

स्वर भास्कर ने एक बार फिर से टैटू बनवाया।


स्वरा भास्कर जिन्होंने इंडस्ट्री में रांझणा और तनु वेड्स मनु से सभी को प्रभावित किया उन्हें टैटू का बड़ा शौक है।  स्वरा ने दूसरा टैटू अपने शोल्डर पर बनवाया है यह टैटू चाँद की कलाये दर्शाता है। यह स्वरा का दूसरा टैटू है इससे पहले वे अपने गर्दन पर एक टैटू बनवा चुकी है।  

स्वरा कहती है " I love body art. I used to have many piercings but had to take them off when I started doing films. Tattoos are really a substitute for piercings. They are easily covered by make up. I have a sun tattoo already.. Thought moon would be a nice co-tattoo.
Got it done from Devilz Tattoos in Delhi.. They did my first tattoo and I trust them.
Body art is a way of celebrating and owning your own body. Tattoos reflect the person u are.. My sun tattoo is a madhubani folk art representation of sun because I'm deeply interested in Indian folk art forms. The moon is a minimalistic pattern I like for its simplicity



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Swara Bhaskar gets inked..again !

Swara Bhaskar who wowed the industry with her performance in Raanjhanaa and Tanu Weds Manu loves body art and recently got herself inked with another tattoo on her shoulder bone resembling phases of the moon at a studio in Delhi- The minimalistic but artistic tattoo is Swara's second tattoo (the second being a sun on her collar bone) .
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 A sun as represented in Madhubani folk art and a moon in all it's phases, Swara looks like she's balancing cosmic energies!


Swara says,"I love body art. I used to have many piercings but had to take them off when I started doing films. Tattoos are really a substitute for piercings. They are easily covered by make up. I have a sun tattoo already.. Thought moon would be a nice co-tattoo.
Got it done from Devilz Tattoos in Delhi.. They did my first tattoo and I trust them.
Body art is a way of celebrating and owning your own body. Tattoos reflect the person u are.. My sun tattoo is a madhubani folk art representation of sun because I'm deeply interested in Indian folk art forms. The moon is a minimalistic pattern I like for its simplicity

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