Shveta Salve’s baby bump steals the show in this awesome photo shoot

first_imgLeft Right Left actress Shveta Salve is making it a point to revel in the glory of her first pregnancy.The actress, who has not shied away from walking the ramp or donning a bikini while being pregnant, has now gone ahead and done a pregnancy photo shoot and it’s awesome.Titled Blooming, the series of pictures has been captured by photographer Monisha Ajgaonkar of The Photo Diary.Salve is rocking her pregnancy and how. Picture courtesy: Facebook/The Photo DiaryAlso Read: When Shveta Salve showed-off her baby bump for the first time From monochrome to a riot of colours–the set of photographs encompass the beauty, emotion and power of childbirth.Also Read: Shveta Salve’s wedding album is all kinds of perfect Describing her vision and the experience of working with Salve, Ajgaonkar told Vagabomb, “Shveta as a person is bold, dynamic and full of life, and I felt that her pregnancy only accentuated all of that. And that is exactly what I wanted to highlight–motherhood as being liberating, rather that inhibiting.”Monochrome and colours–Salve is slaying it in all forms. Picture courtesy: Facebook/ The Photo DiaryThe report further states that the outfits donned by Salve are from Salt by Mandira Bedi, the styling has been done by Kavya D’Souza and Ridhima Sharma is responsible for the stunning makeup.Watch some more shots here.Salve is seen sporting clothes from Salt by Mandira Bedi. Picture courtesy: Facebook/The Photo DiaryTitled Blooming, the series lives upto every bit of its name. Picture courtesy: Facebook/The Photo Diaryadvertisementlast_img read more

Volkswagen To Sell Subcompact Electric Crossover For 21000

first_img New Details Emerge On Volkswagen I.D. Hatch: 48-kWh Battery Or Bigger Volkswagen Reveals I.D. BUZZ CARGO Electric Van With 111-kWh Battery Volkswagen I.D. CROZZ And BUZZ Will Both Be Built In U.S. Also has a mid-size sedan and station wagon in the works.The future for Volkswagen is electric and involves a host of different models, not just the more recently publicized bunch that includes a hatchback (thought to be called the I.D. Neo), the I.D. Crozz, the I.D. Buzz, and the I.D. Vizzion. Word is, a super-affordable subcompact crossover is also in the works, as well as a mid-size sedan and station wagon. How super-affordable? How does $21,000 (18,000 euros) sound? That could go some way toward helping the company live up to its recently adopted “Electric For All!” campaign slogan.I.D., please. Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on November 9, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News Source: Electric Vehicle News Before we start popping bottles, a word of caution: this is neither an official announcement or a done deal, though we expect those hurdles will be cleared. Also, it’s quite likely we’re not talking about a sub-compact with the 258-mile range of the 64-kWh Hyundai Kona Electric (another sub-compact crossover), so adjust your expectations accordingly.If all works out, production of this all-electric would happen at the company’s Emden plant. That’s one of the two we were telling you about a couple days ago. Located in the north of the country, on the border with the Netherlands, the facility now pumps out the Passat. To successfully make the transition to an electric vehicle plant, the automaker has to get the union on board. To do that, it will have to offer enough jobs to make up for those lost.Though VW has targeted about 200,000 units per year of this more affordable crossover to be built, there will still be some additional capacity. So, to help keep too many hands from being idle, another vehicle is being mulled for the location — a mid-size all-electric called the I.D. Aero, which might be made in both sedan and station wagon configurations. You may remember we brought you news of this model a couple summers ago, though back then we understood it to be a coupe.We expect a little more clarity into the situation after a meeting of the automaker’s supervisory board, scheduled for the 16th of this month. That body is comprised of 40 members and includes union representatives who, we understand, can “block decisions.”Source: Bloomberglast_img read more