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That is probably true of rich Indian 'kids' too; they don't prefer flaunting their extravagant lifestyles.
New Delhi, June 2 ( ANI ): Geeta Basra, who is all set to embrace her motherhood, has shared a snap on the social media, wherein she can be seen flaunting her baby bump.
ON'T know about you but I'm not flaunting anything right now other than a post-festive slump tucked into an elasticated waistband.
A women's group on Tuesday slammed Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, saying womanizing and flaunting it is an affront to women.
KARACHI -- The glamorous female security squad, dressed in black suits and flaunting black sunglasses, in Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) rally at BagheJinnah, Karachi added colours to the huge public gathering on Saturday.
So it's probably not a coincidence to see Jay-Z flashing an inverted diamond, Lindsay Lohan sporting the Baphomet horns, or Kesha flaunting the Eye of Horus.
Reliance officials, on the other hand, have asserted that the company has made around Rs 4,000 crore investments in the project and thus there is no harm in flaunting its name on the coaches.
Priyanka is seen flaunting her hourglass curves in a red hot dress.
24 -- Whenever and wherever a fashion week is about to take place in India, I get press releases flaunting the number of designers taking part in the event.
The photographer finds the rich are eager to pose, flaunting their possessions though reticent on revealing the source of their wealth, while she must coax the poor who are embarrassed.
Summary: A number of Olympic athletes have been flaunting nail art of their national flag in a beauty trend sweeping the 2012 Games.
But now sexy Nadia's motto is, 'If you've got it, flaunt it' and, boys, she's thinking of flaunting it all.