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Alia Bhatt and Kareena Kapoor stunners in chokers; Win 20 grams gold for free

The goddesses of divinity, Alia Bhatt and Kareena Kapoor are stars of Bollywood. They have been stunning their fans with their flawless beauty and their stylistic attires. In the wedding of Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta, both the aforementioned divas made fashion statements with chokers paired along ethnic wear.

Alia Bhatt and Kareena Kapoor stunners in chokers; Win 20 grams gold for free
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Alia Bhatt paired a glorious choker by Sabyasachi Jewelry with her yellow bright lehenga set. While Kareena Kapoor Khan flaunted a choker with blue stones by Anjali Bhimrajka Fine Jewels that went perfectly with her pastel lehenga. These women rolled chokers back in the trend with ethnic wears, whether it is a sari, a lehenga set or pants and cape look.

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As much as women and men in India love gold, UC Browser perfectly understands the fascination. Hence, it has come up with a remarkable chance of winning 20 grams of gold for free. Indeed it is a golden opportunity for the users. Interestingly, this feature is especially for the Indians, as Indians constitute 50% of UC Browser’s user base. Winning gold was never this easy and probably will never be. UC Browser is making it possible. All you have to do is complete simple daily tasks on your app. You will be asked to do simple things, like inviting a friend and winning 2.5 grams of gold or just sharing a link with a friend.

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You can enter the game by filling the progress ball which will be filled up gradually as you keep completing the tasks given to you. Once the ball is full, you get an opportunity to win gold and other prizes as exciting as food coupons or as attractive as JBL wireless speaker and Redmi K20 smartphones.

UC Browser also provides with 20 GB of free storage space with the launch of its in-app cloud storage, UC Drive, which makes it easy for users to directly save downloadable contents to the drive with one tap.

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