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Cosmopolitan IndiaCosmopolitan India

Cosmopolitan India July 2019

Cosmopolitan isn’t just a magazine, it’s a religion. Now in its 15th year in India, Cosmopolitan is the world’s largest selling magazine, with 200 million readers annually in a 100 countries. It is published in over 26 languages, but at its core, it speaks only one – that of fun fearless females globally. Another language it speaks? That of stupendous success!Top Indian actresses, models and singers have been on the cover of Cosmopolitan before the rest of the world recognised their spark-because we know a fun fearless female when we see one! When we put someone on the Cosmopolitan cover, we acknowledge her right to be counted among the best in the business.

Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Living Media India Limited
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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cosmopolitan india

Editor-in-Chief Aroon Purie Group Editorial Director Raj Chengappa Publisher Karen Wilson Kumar Editor Nandini Bhalla Assistant Editor Meghna Sharma Features Senior Features Editor Humra Afroz Khan Writer Sreeparna Mazumder Fashion Senior Stylist Samar Rajput Contributing Stylist Zunaili Malik Art Chief Designer Satender Sharma Senior Designer Mandeep Singh Contributing Video Editor Sanyam Purohit Production Chief Production Gajendra Bhatt Assistant Manager Production Narendra Singh Creative Art Director Siddharth Kapil IMPACT Team Senior General Manager (South) Kamalinee Chatterjee Senior General Manager (North) Mary Mehrunnisa General Manager (West) Clive Santa Maria General Manager (West) Santosh Damankar Branch head (East) Gurjeet Walia Marketing Senior Manager Akshat Upadhyay Trade Circulation Chief General Manager D.V.S.Rama Rao General Manager (National Sales) Deepak Bhatt Deputy general Manager (Operations) Vipin Bagga Regional Sales Manager (North) Rajeev Gandhi Consumer Marketing Services Chief Manager (Subscription & Distribution) G L Ravikkumar Assistant General Manager (Customer Care) S Paramasivam HEARST MAGAZINES INTERNATIONAL HEARST MAGAZINES INTERNATIONAL SVP, MANAGING DIRECTOR ASIA PACIFIC & RUSSIA: SIMON HORNE DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL LICENSING & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: RICHARD BEAN SVP/EDITORIAL…

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editor’s letter

WHY YOU NEED MORE STRONG, SUCCESSFUL WOMEN IN YOUR LIFE Have you heard that saying about how we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with? That if you hang out with creative types, you’ll likely soak in some of that leftbrained thinking. And if your posse is mostly an unhealthy type, it might be harder for you to meet your fitness goals. Yep, whether we like it or not, we become what interactions we feed our life. While you contemplate that, and the lot in your life right now, I’d like you to consider surrounding yourself with fabulous, strong women. Women you admire. Women of courage and candour and brilliance and fearlessness. Who lift you up and push for you to be the best version of…

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4 pieces i’m crushing over right now

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you tell us

A BREATH OF FRESH AIR “Ananya Panday may just be one film old, but her confidence is admirable. Also, amidst all that’s being said about nepotism, it’s good to see she is willing to accept that she comes from a place of privilege, and raring to prove her mettle. It was an honest, heartfelt story, and made for a great read, especially when she talks about her fears, crushes, friends etc, just like a regular girl her age!” —Kaavya Goel CHANGING PERCEPTIONS “The denim-special stories were my favourite! I loved Denim Goes Rogue, The Denim Diaries, and The Denim Edit. It is so cool that the fabric can be styled in so many ways, is so versatile, and yet so unique for every individual! But No Serious Business topped the list! It has changed…

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your body. your rules.

Roshini Kumar @rosh93 “In 2015, I did a nude self-portrait because I was bullied for the way I looked when I was younger. When I fell ill for a year, I realised that listening to society and its opinions was not the way to be happy. That’s when I decided to highlight my flaws because everyone suffers from insecurities and people need to know that they’re not alone. The human body is an art in itself, and we should be embracing it in every sphere of our lives—art, fashion, or social media. It’s not a bad thing to be nude. There’s a negative connotation attached to nudity and we need to break that. I do a lot of nude and semi-nude portraits with people who are comfortable in their skin because nudity…

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5 things twinkle khanna is crushing on rn

Cosmo: Tell us about your collaboration with Samsung QLED 8K TV… Twinkle Khanna: “I have a Samsung QLED 4K at home, which Samsung hasn’t given me BTW… they didn’t even give me a discount [laughs]. Everybody was pleased with the experience so I was rather thrilled when I was offered the chance to collaborate for the launch of the upgraded version. I’m a proper customer. I put my money where my mouth is.” C: What’s your idea of a perfect movie night? TK: “I believe in letting the night flow naturally. If I’m watching a movie with my kids, there’ll be lots of popcorn. But if I’m watching with my partner, I’ll drink wine and just relax with him. Personally, I enjoy a lot of blood and gore, and I can’t wait to…

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