PURNIMA | LikeWike - Part 52


Best Instagram Accounts To Follow (Part-3)

1. Common Deer

Balance and symmetry. You don’t realize your Instagram photos need them until you see a photo that masters it flawlessly. After browsing a few of Common Deer’s photos, you’ll find visual patterns throughout most of their photos proving that their photographers know exactly what they’re doing. If you’re just getting started with Instagram, you can learn a lot about how to take Instagram photos just by browsing the ones on Common Deer’s page.

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5 Must Watch Shows On Netflix

From original series like Stranger Things and The Crown to TV favourites like Sherlock, Doctor Who, Friends and more, check out the all-time best series currently streaming on Netflix.

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What Not To Do When Applying Makeup

1. Harsh eyeshadow

When it comes to eyeshadow, the key is to BLEND! Even when you think you’re done blending, you’re not! Blend more. There’s a fine line between blending and making your hard work look muddy, but don’t worry because blending is a lot easier than you’d think.

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The Best Way To Organize Your iPhone Apps

Keeping everything organised is very important in many people’s lives. Not having things a certain way leaves them frustrated. Many iPhone users might agree that they are not satisfied by the phone’s app organization on the home screen.

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Best Show To Binge Watch (Part-2)


What it is: From creator David Simon (The Wire), The Deuce deep dives into 1970s Times Square — more specifically, the men and women dabbling in sex work to make a living. It’s a true ensemble piece, but Maggie Gyllenhaal stars as a prostitute named Candy and James Franco stars as identical twin brothers Vincent and Frankie Martino.

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Underrated Bollywood Movies You Should Watch Right Now (Part-2)

1. Shahid (2013)

Shahid is a biographical film based on the life of lawyer and human rights activist, Shahid Azmi. The film focuses primarily on the lawyer’s two major cases: the 2006 Mumbai train bombings and the 2008 Mumbai attacks. This film won the National Film Award for Best Actor (Rajkummar Rao) and Best Director (Hansal Mehta) at the 61st National Film Awards ceremony.

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