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Cosmopolitan India

Cosmopolitan India December 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.

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In this issue

1 min.
cosmopolitan india

Editor-in-Chief Aroon Purie Group Editorial Director Raj Chengappa Publisher Karen Wilson Kumar Editor Nandini Bhalla Associate Editor Meghna Sharma Features Senior Features Editor Humra Afroz Khan Fashion Senior Stylist Priyanka Yadav Contributing Stylist Zunaili Malik Art Chief Designer Satender Sharma Senior Designer Mandeep Singh, Vineet Singh Digital Video Editor Nitin Singh, 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 Managers Akshat Upadhyay and Yusuf Tanvir Sales and Operations Chief General Manager D.V.S.Rama Rao Senior General Manager (National Sales) Deepak Bhatt General Manager (Operations) Vipin Bagga Deputy General Manager (North) Rajeev Gandhi Deputy Regional Sales Manager (South) S Paramasivam Senior Sales Manager (East) Piyush Ranjan Das Consumer Marketing Services Deputy General Manager (Operations) G L Ravik Kumar HEARST MAGAZINES INTERNATIONAL HEARST MAGAZINES INTERNATIONAL SVP, MANAGING DIRECTOR ASIA…

3 min.
editor’s letter

I CAN PREDICT HOW 2020 WILL TURN OUT FOR YOU… Modification: I can’t quite prophesize that you’ll meet a dashing dude in May or sip wine in Positano in October, but I can reveal if you’ll be happier in the New Year. How? Well, based on how you’ve spent the last 365 days. To know your future, go through the series of good-for-you habits ahead, and confirm if they are already a part of your life. The more yesses you reply with, the more fulfilled you will feel next year. And if you end up with several nays, that’s okay, because the science backed pointers below can be put into action immediately, to ensure your year is a wonderful one. Ready? Answer the following statements with a yes or no… 1. I…

1 min.
5 things i’m lovin‘ right now

This pair can totally turn around a drab outfit! A fun shape and out-of-the-box colour is what makes it a total winner. Replace that party mini with a pair of fancy shorts. I’d wear these with a button-down, white shirt, and a pair of high, high heels. Artist Alex Israel brings his renowned California wave to life in this multihued bag. A collectible, if there ever was one. Need a li’l something to brighten up your outfit? These flats are the perfect way to add a touch of whimsy to anything. Look at the incredible detail on this pencil skirt! Statement separates such as this one can be dressed up or down, for lunch, dinner, or a cocktail do.…

2 min.
you tell us

SHINING BRIGHT “Shraddha Kapoor looked lovely on the cover! I loved all her beauty looks, and thank you for the tips on how to recreate them. The interview was equally interesting, too. I agree, it is important for women to stand up for (and with) each other. It was great to see that she takes her social media responsibilities seriously, and understands the impact her voice can have on her followers.” —Hajra Shamim DIFFERENT REALITIES “In Good Faith was a very interesting piece. We need more platforms like The Queer Muslim Project to normalise non-straight sexual orientations, and also to give those who feel marginalised within the community a place to belong to. ‘So, Who’s the Man in the Relationship?’ was another thought provoking story we need more of. It’s disturbing to see how…

3 min.
cosmo’s best-dressed list

TULLE COOL TO MISS Over the year, we have come to trust that Deepika Padukone will dish out a systematic dose of artistic expression. But she made her most noteworthy appearance yet at Cannes 2019, in a lime-green Giambattista Valli gown, complete with the outré hairband. This outfit unveiling was proof of Deepika’s transformation from sartorial neophyte to risk-taker, and even the haters had to agree—this arrival was one that simply couldn’t be ignored. LIVING IN TECHNICOLOUR Mundane is a word that does not exist in Ranveer Singh’s sartorial dictionary. Clearly. From a leopard print suit with golden shoes to an all-red one with a beret, and all else that could typically be frowned-upon, Ranveer made headlines all year round for his louche, idiosyncratic choices, including many an (extra) accessory. You won’t find…

4 min.
hot guys that travel

ARJAN BAJWA MY RECOMMENDATIONS “I’m training to be a pilot and fly as a hobby. So one of my favourite things to do in SF is go to the Livermore airport and fly around. If you’re passionate about planes too, do go there. The Livermore Outlets is also a great place to shop. The area is also home to some great vineyards, so you can enjoy wining and dining. Other than that, do visit the Bay Bridge: it’s an engineering marvel; visit Pier 39 marina for its liveliness, abuzz with performances, 3-D rides, eating joints etc; watch an NFL game; take a tour of the Alcatraz jails; if you’re an outdoorsy person, trek to the Twin Peaks and see the city spread out like a carpet below you; if you want to…