Wix Unveils New Innovation: Websites That Design Themselves Using AI

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You’ve heard of artificial intelligence — AI — the machine-learning process that can drive cars, answer questions and beat humans at chess? According to an announcement released today from website builder Wix, you can now add web design to that list.

Wix has developed the world’s first website-building platform that uses artificial intelligence — what Wix refers to as “Artificial Design Intelligence” (ADI) — to create a site automatically for you, right in front of your eyes.

“Wix ADI is specifically designed to eliminate the most significant challenges of building a website — time, design and content creation,” the announcement says.

Given that small business owners typically have little time to develop a site themselves or adequate budget to afford a web designer to do it for them, the new Wix feature may come as welcome news.

Commenting on today’s announcement, Nir Zohar, Wix president and COO, told Small Business Trends in a telephone interview that, “Two of the key things business owners struggle with are the site’s design and content. They ask questions, such as, ‘How do I build the right content for my site?’, ‘What’s the right layout?’, or ‘What pages do I need?’”

Zohar said that, for ten years, Wix has used technology to solve web design problems, and Artificial Design Intelligence is no different.

“Our team worked hard for two years to create the first-ever artificial design intelligence,” he said. “We drew on our vast knowledge base of how people build websites, which informed the development of ADI.”

How Wix Artificial Design Intelligence Works

Wix combined data from the experiences of more than 86 million users to create algorithms that ensure each site’s design will be, in its words, “stunning” and “complete.”

Wix Artificial Design Intelligence starts by asking the user five questions:

  • What will the website be used for?
  • Do you need any special features or capabilities? (an online store, appointment booking capability or a blog.)
  • What is the name of your business?
  • Where is the business located?
  • What design style do you want?

“You answer those five questions, press a button and Wix automatically creates the site for you within minutes,” Zohar said. “Each is custom-made, designed as if by a pro and absolutely unique. There are billions of different options, so your site will not look anything like the next guy’s.”

Once the user answers the questions, Artificial Design Intelligence produces what Wix calls “structures” consisting of text, images, site and page titles — all the building blocks needed to make a finished site. Then, it then goes through a filtering process to remove things that wouldn’t make sense to a human and, after that, chooses color schemes and design styles from which the user can select.

It then puts together sections and compiles pages, to complete the site. Users can make changes, edits and additions, to further customize the design. This site, JessKellyTrainer.com, was created using ADI.

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Also, instead of Wix ADI developing the site for the user, it can show the person how to do it, step-by-step, the announcement says.

Wix Artificial Design Intelligence Features

Each Wix ADI-designed website is unique. The Wix algorithm selects from billions of combinations to create a one-of-a-kind site, exclusive to the user. Also, because ADI uses artificial intelligence, it learns as it goes, customizing the site based on what it knows about the user’s needs and business category.

ADI gathers content from across the web. Rather than relying on the user to gather content — which is often where the website design process bogs down — ADI takes care of it, drawing from sources all across the web, including social channels. Users can choose to add the content, or not.

Users can customize their sites. As mentioned above, once ADI completes the site design, users can change themes, edit text, add photos and more. Wix offers an extensive image library from which users can select.

ADI emphasizes aesthetic appeal. Wix wants each site to have a “stunning” (there’s that word again) design that changes based on the business’s needs, and it depends on ADI to make that happen.


Although professional web designers may take exception, Wix Artificial Design Intelligence may be the answer to many a small business owner’s needs due to its ability to self-design a site that, according to the company, is aesthetically pleasing and content rich.

When you think about it, that’s all the qualities a website needs to be useful in helping a business meet its sales and marketing goals.

Wix is rolling ADI out gradually and it will be available to all its customers within a few months, says the announcement.

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Why Your Company Should Be Using Responsive Design

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Is your website or e-commerce site using responsive design? If not, now’s the time to make a change.

An increasing amount of Internet traffic is coming from mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. Not only are users doing social networking, checking and sending email, and surfing the web on mobiles; they are also making more purchases from these devices.

However, conventional web designs rarely account for the small screen sizes and different ways people use mobile devices. Responsive design corrects for these issues. It makes websites more functional and attractive whether visitors access them on desktops, tablets, or smartphones.

Benefits of Responsive Design

Adding responsive design to an e-commerce site is a wise investment for businesses of any size and in every industry. When a site readily accommodates any screen size, the benefits are:

  • Increased traffic — When customers are on the go, they often pull up websites they can view quickly and easily to obtain the information they need. Responsive sites make this possible, which results in visitors that come more often and stick around longer. 
  • Improved customer satisfaction — Websites that don’t incorporate responsive design often appear clunky and disproportionately small. Text may be hard to read and links difficult to click. With responsive design, reading and navigating a site becomes a snap, which instills confidence in potential customers. 
  • Higher conversion rates — Website visitors are often looking for a way to distinguish you from your competition and purchase your product. The easier you are to locate, learn about, and place items in a shopping cart, the more likely your site will convert visitors to customers.

How Responsive Design Works and Why it’s Important

Modern websites need to accommodate users of a variety of devices, says Google. Although traditional websites may appear on mobile screens, they often do so at such small sizes that users must manually expand content to find what they need.

If you have responsive design, your website becomes capable of automatically retracting and expanding according to the screen size of the computer, tablet, or smartphone being used.  See image above for examples.

According to recent analytics, the average website received 40 percent of its traffic from mobile users in 2013. This number had doubled since the year before.  It seems only likely to increase into the future. With more than 60 percent of mobile users in the United States currently carrying smartphones, these devices are fast becoming the primary method of Internet usage.

Considerations for Implementing Responsive Design

As companies make the transition from traditional to responsive websites, they often do so over several stages. Stages go from (1) contemplation, to (2) implementation, to (3) evaluation. Along the way, they use several considerations to guide their decisions:

  • Determining value propositions — When companies take the time to clearly define a compelling reason for audiences to visit their websites and become their customers, they end up with designs that better what they need.  What is the customer looking for? What value does the customer get?  Everything from your product to your service to your website functionality — all should work in conjunction with that value proposition.
  • Considering a mobile website — Depending on the complexity and types of features on your site, it may not work well on mobile devices, even with responsive design. Should this be the case, a separate mobile website offers a useful alternative. Customers can choose which version of the site they prefer, which enables them to customize their experience.
  • Examining competitors’ sites — Although each company’s website should be unique, look at competitor websites. This is a smart way to understand what mobile customers might expect. You may also discover ideas for functions and features that would work well on your own site. 
  • Selecting a design — When it comes to responsive design, simple is best. Many modern responsive websites incorporate larger, high-quality images along with minimal text. They use features such as cards to organize information. Regardless of the design, it should work with the functionality of the new website.

Which Type of Responsive Design is Right for Your Site?

According to DigiTech Web Design, deciding how to include responsive design in your website “depends on multiple factors, including your website’s unique characteristics, staffing capabilities, how much time you have, and your budget.”

These details help businesses choose between one or more of the prevailing responsive design adoption techniques, including:

  • Mobile-first responsive design — Companies designing a new website — or doing a complete overhaul — may want to consider this strategy. It molds the desktop site to its mobile design for a simpler, cleaner look. Mobile-first responsive design works well for companies whose audiences use smartphones and tablets as their primary device.
  • Responsive mobile sites — When a website proves too complex to translate into a responsive version, companies opt instead to build separate mobile sites from scratch. This helps the site retain its unique aesthetics.  It takes into account the separate user experiences of mobile versus desktop users.
  • Responsive retrofitting — When a website already has features conducive to responsive design, programmers change things around on the “back end” to make the site responsive without having to do a complete redesign. This often presents a more affordable option for companies who have a limited budget, or those who have already invested a great deal in web design.
  • Piecemeal responsive design — Websites may offer certain pages that are more appealing to mobile users than other pages. Rather than designing the whole website for the desktop or mobile user, a piecemeal approach treats each page separately. This option can help companies save money, if all they really need isto change a few pages.

Once you’ve decided on an approach, using responsive design will likely pay out dividends in increased traffic, happier customers, and a healthier bottom line.

Will you be a “leader of the pack” among your competitors in incorporating responsive design?

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This Startup is Using Salt to Create an Alternative to Nuclear Energy


Creating alternative energy sources is certainly an important task. But it’s not necessarily one that’s going to be popular with investors, given the experimental nature and length of time such a project is likely to take.

Transatomic Power is one company that’s working to create cleaner sources of energy. Co-founders Dr. Leslie Dewan and Mark Massie have designed a technology that uses a hot salt mixture to dissolve uranium.

This process could potentially eliminate the toxic waste that is created with the nuclear power we use today. It could also eliminate much of the risk for steam explosions.

The potential for this new technology is great. But it couldn’t be fully realized without some funding behind it. So, the company has spent the past year raising $6 million in funding for the project.

Much of the money came from Peter Thiel’s Founder’s Fund, which was a perfect fit since the organization has the ability to be patient with its investments. And Transatomic Power’s technology is likely at least 10 years away from being able to show any sort of return on investment. Dewan told Fast Company:

“They were one of the early investors in SpaceX, so when we talked with them about our time line, they said, ‘Oh that’s kind of in line with how much time it took to get the Falcon 9 off the ground.’”

The investment should enable the team at Transatomic Power to get their technology past the experimental stage and to the point where it can actually be put into action.

Currently, about 19 percent of the electricity in the U.S. is generated using nuclear power. So this cleaner version has the potential to make a huge impact. It just takes some forward thinking scientists and investors who believe in their mission.

Dewan said:

 “Basically, we’re all working together in opposition to fossil fuels. That’s the real fight.”

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10 Tips for Using Google Slides Like a Pro

10 Tips for Using Google Slides Like a Pro

There are plenty of presentation platforms out there for large and small businesses alike. But not all work the same.

Google Slides is a dynamic, cloud-based presentation program that has started to draw in more and more business users. Yet while a vast number of workers are hopping on board in order to give Google Slides a try, very few seem to be making the most of its lengthy list of features.

Here’s a roundup 10 tips to help you defeat mediocrity and start using Google Slides like a pro.

Level Up How You’re Using Google Slides

1. Enhance Text with Drop Shadow

At the end of the day, the devil is always in the detail — and aesthetics matter. One way to draw attention to key text is to insert a drop shadow. By duplicating the content and changing the color of the text or reducing the opacity of an image and then dropping it directly upon the original, a slight shadow emerges. This drastically enhances content headers in particular.

2. Edit Using the Master Slides Tool

If you’re pressed for time, try editing a range of slides at once using the master slides tool. This also comes in handy if you’re keen on changing your entire presentation to fit a particular theme or design, and can save you the headache of changing each slide individually.

3. Use Image Masking

Google Slides includes a range of image masking settings that enable you to change the shape of an embedded photo. This is particularly helpful if sharp, boxy photos don’t complement the overall theme of your work presentation.

4. Bookmark Key Text

Big presentations require a whole lot of scrolling in order to find precisely what you’re looking for. Don’t waste all that time. Instead, you can use the program’s bookmarking hack in order to zoom instantly to various points or passages hidden within your presentation.

5. Dictate Each Slide

Sick of typing out text box after text box? Google Slides has got you covered. By enabling “Voice Typing”, you can verbally dictate text onto new slides. The feature even recognizes punctuation commands to ensure each and every slide turns out precisely the way you want it to.

6. Integrate Other Formats

Just because you’ve upgraded to Google Slides doesn’t mean all of your co-workers will. It can be a real chore co-creating a business presentation with somebody else if they’re using Power Point. Luckily, Google Slides allows you to open and edit Power Point documents without actually needing to convert it to a Google file. First, you’ll probably need to open Google Slides through Chrome and install the Office Editing for Docs, Sheets & Slides Chrome extension.

7. Undo Changes

If you or a colleague have made some major changes to a presentation, you can always go back to a previous version. Google Slides maintains an extensive revision history that enables you to see all previous changes made to the document. It also tells you which user made the changes, and allows you to instantly restore your presentation to a previous version.

8. Embed On Your Website

If you think consumers or members of the public will be interested in your business presentation, you can easily embed it onto a page of your website. The process works slightly differently for each site — but if you’re hosted on WordPress, you can find detailed instructions on how to embed your Google Slides presentation here.

9. Create a Shared Folder

If various team members are creating Google Slides presentations on your company’s behalf, you can upload company stock images onto Google Drive for shared access. Simply create a new folder on Google Drive and then share with all of the colleagues you’d like to be able to access those images. From there, your whole team can swiftly drag and drop company logos and stock images into presentations without needing to be connected to your intranet.

10. Project Using Chromecast or AirPlay

Once it’s time to present your work, you can turn heads and make life far simpler by going completely wireless. If you’ve got access to your Google Drive on an Apple device, you should be able to project directly onto a compatible television. Likewise, you should be able to project your Google Slides presentation from any Android device using Chromecast.

Those are just a few tips to help you get started. But there are dozens of unique features Google Slides has to offer, and the best way to learn more about them is by diving in head first and playing around with the program itself.

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India Among Top Five Countries Using Workplace by Facebook

India Among Top Five Countries Using Workplace by Facebook

Buoyed by the positive response from over 1,000 companies that are currently using Workplace(formerly known as Facebook at Work), the company has announced to make the app available to all.

This means you can chat with a colleague across the world in real time, host a virtual brainstorm in a Group or follow along with your CEO’s presentation on Facebook Live.

“People have created nearly 100,000 groups and the top five countries using Workplace are India, the US, Norway, UK and France,” Facebook said in a statement on Tuesday.

“We’re announcing that Workplace will now be available to any company or organisation that wants to use it,” it added.

Large multinational companies like Danone, Starbucks and Booking.com, international nonprofits such as Oxfam and regional leaders such as YES Bank in India and the Government Technology Agency of Singapore have all embraced Workplace.

“We’ve brought the best of Facebook to the Workplace a” whether it’s basic infrastructure such as News Feed, or the ability to create and share in Groups or via chat, or useful features such as Live, Reactions, Search and Trending posts,” the company said.”We’ve also built unique, Workplace-only features that companies can benefit from such as a dashboard with analytics and integrations with single sign-on, in addition to identity providers that allow companies to more easily integrate Workplace with their existing IT systems,” Facebook added.

The company also announced “Multi-Company Groups” – shared spaces that allow employees from different organisations to work together and extend collaboration beyond their companies in a safe and secure way.

“This will be rolling out to all customers in the coming weeks,” Facebook said.

“Workplace will be priced competitively – companies only pay for people who are actively using the product,” it added.

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4 Steps to Marketing Your Business Using Facebook Liv

Four Steps to Using Facebook Live for Business

Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is constantly rolling out new features and updates, many which enhance user experience while also facilitating advertising and e-commerce activity. As the platform continues to enhance the intersection of recreational communication and business interactions, the latest available features provide outlets for improved communication and challenges in creativity for the 50 million-ish active businesses on Facebook.

The latest of these features is Facebook Live, which are real-time video posts. Live videos are published by friends you follow, publications, celebrities, and any person or establishment with a valid Facebook account. Users also have the option of subscribing to certain users and/or businesses to receive notifications whenever a given account live streams.

While this feature has been available for a while now, many businesses are still not making use of it. Facebook live poses significant opportunity as a tool for customer relations, brand exposure, marketing, and more. Make this tool part of your digital marketing strategy by getting started with the most effective ways to use Facebook Live for your business.

Using Facebook Live for Business

1. Promotional Strategy

One of the best ways to use Facebook Live is for promotional purposes. Users are much more likely to watch a video than read a lengthy article or post shared on Facebook, and businesses can (and should!) capitalize on that point of user behavior.

For example, if you’re a retail boutique, you can redirect the same promotional strategies you’ve always done through Facebook Live. Contests, give-aways, and limited time offers are just a few ideas. If you have a new product coming out soon, give a sneak peak through a live stream. If you have a give away contest, showcase the product or service. You can actually show your followers what it is you’re offering and create way more appeal by streaming a video of the products you’re promoting.

2. Brand Transparency

A great way to instill trust in your users is by sharing some behind the scenes details with them and creating brand transparency. Let’s say you’re a restaurant that uses a sustainable, locally sourced garden to get produce. Use Facebook Live to share what that process looks like.

This can also work well for reputation recovery. If there’s a controversy or accusation that you’re actively recovering from, use the live stream feature to show exactly how you’re handling it, and give users a chance to see your real brand.

3. Engage With Users

User engagement is a key necessity of having an awesome Facebook business page, so you might as well enact that engagement in every way you can. Live videos are great for Q & A sessions and directly answering the comments and/or concerns of your users.

You can also use it to weigh in on issues relevant to your consumers. If there’s an event that people are wondering ow you feel about, or an issue your consumer base is talking about, engage with your following by discussing your business stance in a live video.

4. Establish Authority

It’s important for your following to recognize you as an authority within the industry your business falls into, and Facebook Live can help reinforce that. Offering tips, industry insights, updates, and news with a live stream can establish and enhance your credibility.

Another way to approach this usage of Facebook Live is to invite other lading authorities, experts, and industry leaders to be featured in your live stream video. Host a round table discussion, or even just a casual conversation with another industry authority, and you can have a mutually beneficial piece of publicity.

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It Might Be Time for Your Business to Consider Using Solar Energy


The use of solar energy is increasing. So if you haven’t already, it could be the perfect time for your business to consider taking advantage of solar panels.

You probably already know that using solar energy is helpful for the environment. But did you know that those environmental benefits can actually help you grow your customer base? Since customers are becoming increasingly aware of environmental issues, some are actually more likely to support businesses that show that same concern for the environment.

Of course, saving the world isn’t always a good enough reason for businesses to buy a bunch of expensive equipment. And solar panels can be a major up-front cost for businesses. But those costs are falling. And over time, businesses can more than make up for those expenses by saving on energy costs.

In Tech Cocktail, Sarah Willis writes:

“The average US home powered by sunlight [is] saving $1680 a year. After installation costs are paid, businesses can be bill-free (as long as electrical needs are being covered). Eventually these first-time costs will be covered and there’s even a chance to make some profit too.”

Businesses that generate more electricity than they need can actually sell that extra energy in 43 states. But aside from that, the savings can make energy costs more manageable, and also more predictable.

One major criticism of solar energy over the years has been its reliance on the weather. And it’s true that certain types of businesses may face issues getting their money’s worth, such as businesses that operate at night and those surrounded by tall buildings. But solar technology is advancing so that storing energy to use later will become more affordable.

In addition, other sources of energy such as gas aren’t exactly stable. And as resources deplete they could become even more unpredictable. Solar energy, on the other hand, isn’t something that will ever run out. In fact, it will only become more stable and easier to use. So if your business hasn’t already started using solar energy, isn’t it time to consider it?


fb Forcing users to install Moments by using Threatening to Delete photos

Facebook Forcing Users to Install Moments by Threatening to Delete Photos

This flow made Moments No.1 app in US App shop.
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The closing date to migrate is July 7.
Social media giant fb is pushing its customers to down load its non-public photograph-sharing Moments app, customers record.

The social network has begun sending out warnings that a few pics might be deleted by July 7 if the appisn’t always hooked up, Techcrunch suggested, citing user reports.

The business enterprise‘s modern day move has controlled to make Moments the primary app within theUS App keep.

facebook is using notifications to spread this message, and in addition info also can be considered from the Synced album’s page on fb, the file brought. a few users are also receiving an e mail.

picture-syncing changed into an elective function fb launched on iOS in 2012 which allowed users torobotically copy all their images from their telephone to a non-public album on facebook. these pix arestored in an album known as Synced (in the app) or Synced from phone (on the laptop), the file cited.

these days, facebook served note to the users announcing, “Your conversations are shifting to Messenger,” to push people to Messenger.

For now, users can bypass the attention however quickly is probably requested to down load the Messenger app.

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stimulated by using Circus, Sisters Chart Japan Pop niche

Inspired By Circus, Sisters Chart Japan Pop Niche

japanese band of two sisters, Charan Po Rantan’s, vocalist Momo plays at the Japan Society in new york. (AFP photograph)
the big apple: Their head-to-toe lovely factor brings to mind fellow crowd-captivating jap musicians,however for the two sisters who form Charan-Po-Rantan, the muse comes no longer from pop idols but thecircus.

With songs driven by using an accordion, Charan-Po-Rantan has created a valid that marries J-pop with klezmer, the festive music of Ashkenazi Jews, and the theatrical atmospherics of vaudeville.

Making their new york debut, the sisters in Charan-Po-Rantan — which loosely translates as sloppy —appeared in poofy clothes of wildly organized cloth strips and matching pink and pink top hats that wouldhave come out of Dr. Seuss.

Charan-Po-Rantan represents in a few ways an opportunity to the opportunity scene in Japan — the duomoves musically beyond the sugar-sweet keyboards of mainstream J-Pop but is even further eliminatedfrom something consciously hip, with the sisters unperturbed via stylistic comparisons to Disney.

“The number of humans in underground circles has been growing in latest years (on the japanese tunescene), so it is less complicated now for people to get into track they did not realize,” stated Koharu Matsunaga, 26, the duo’s accordionist and main songwriter.

“We do not see ourselves as out of the mainstream. we have been advised earlier than that the tune is ‘myth‘ or Disney; that can be how human beings see us, but we are no longer seeking to chart that line,” she told AFP.

Koharu — who carried an accordion-fashioned handbag to the interview as her sister, 22-12 monthsvintagesinger Momo, added along her ever-gift toy crammed pig with sewn buttons for eyes — said that Charan-Po-Rantan permit its ideas go with the flow freely, and not using a at the back of-the-scenes manufacturerdictating their sound or appearance.

Koharu said that the sisters’ mom designed their costumes and that the accordion first enticed herthroughout a early life experience to the circus.

She asked “Santa Claus” for an accordion and ultimately turned into scouring YouTube to discover uniquestyles together with klezmer and Roma song.

within the circus, there are lots of various human beings and nationalities all gathered collectively, so we desired to make a band that encompasses a bunch of different genres and styles,” she said.

No Banal Pop Lyrics

The duo’s new york debut, held Thursday night time on the Japan Society, additionally displayed a playfulcontact of irony.

Momo defined to the group that the sisters desired to play a japanese game and then executed a vocal-and-accordion rendition of the topic from incredible Mario, the classic video game of the Italian plumber created by Nintendo.

The songs’ issues often live near the circus — a recent unmarried is entitled “Anata no Kuni no Merry-moveround” (“Your united states‘s Merry-crossround“).

Koharu, initially bored with lyricism, gradually began to jot down grimly about her non-public existence,along with, as she says with amusing, a repeated situation within the beyond of men hitting her up formoney.

“I certainly disliked normal J-Pop as it changed into too honest and easy — ‘i like you,’ ‘I sense lonely,’ ‘i’m glad,'” she stated.

Charan-Po-Rantan’s target market has been in addition eclectic. The duo played Japan’s Fuji Rockcompetition in July, performing an early set on the identical day as Foo warring parties and Motorhead, and in 2013 came to america to play South by Southwest.

Charan-Po-Rantan located a fan in Twitter’s co-founder Jack Dorsey, who invited the social media-savvy duo to play for the release of cell payment service square in Japan.

however while the duo appreciates the growing foreign target market, the sisters play down theirpursuits.

we’re not seeking torepresent‘ klezmer or carry this to the forefront,” Koharu stated. “we are simplydoing what we like.”

Bhumi Pednekar is ‘inspired’ by using Parineeti Chopra

Bhumi Pednekar

BHUMI WILL quickly BE visible IN AANAND L RAI’S subsequent movie, MANMARZIYAAN. THE movieadditionally STARS AYUSHMANN KHURRANA AND MASAAN ACTOR VICKY KAUSHAL. “i’m EXCITED TOshare display screen area WITH AYUSHMANN AND VICKY. I assume they are AN excellent crew TOwork WITH,” said BHUMI
Actress Bhumi Pednekar, who made her debut this 12 months with Dum Laga Ke Haisha, stated that she isinspired by using Parineeti Chopra.

while requested if she inspired Parineeti to lose weight, Bhumi said: “No. I didn’t inspire her. In fact, Parineeti is an idea to me. The manner she has lost weight is first-rate.”

Bhumi, who played the position of an overweight lady in Dum Laga Ke Haisha, has lost 27 kgs. Bhumi,however, feels that it’s far greater crucial to be match than being slender.

extra than being skinny, it’s ultimately essential to be match and wholesome. that is what matters,”added Bhumi.(also read: Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar in Anand L Rai’s subsequent film)

Bhumi will quickly be visible in Aanand L Rai’s subsequent film, Manmarziyaan. The film also stars Ayushmann Khurrana and Masaan actor Vicky Kaushal.

i am excited to percentage display area with Ayushmann and Vicky. I suppose they’re an outstandingcrew to work with,” stated Bhumi.