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Joy Baccarat Pure Perfume, Limited Edition

EXPENSIVE PERFUMES FOR LADIES

It’s quite rewarding when your boyfriend hugs you and admires you for your exotic vibes and elegant aroma. It’s like nothing can define such an ecstatic feeling. By using a sophisticated perfume, you can make him chase you all around the house even such perfumes range in price. These perfume lines are as big as any clothing line by any celebrity even it’s a million-dollar revenue-generating business itself. Some of the topmost expensive perfumes are as follows:

 

1.  Joy Baccarat Pure Parfum, Limited Edition

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Jean Patou’s Joy, created in 1930, has always been notoriously pricey. It was, for most of the 20th century, considered the costliest perfume you could buy due to the sheer extravagance of its floral content—an astonishing 10,600 jasmine flowers and 28 dozens of roses per bottle.

$1,800.00

 

2. Les Royales Exclusives Jardin dAmalfi Fragrance

British perfumery Creed, creator of fragrances beloved by Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly, introduced this Royal Exclusive scent in 2011 to celebrate the house’s 250th anniversary. The notes are an olfactive evocation of an Italian garden—effervescent, sunlit citrus, soft rose and apple, woody cedar, vetiver, and cinnamon.

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$995.00

 

3. Original Collection No. 1 Feminine

Clive Christian’s No. 1 Imperial Majesty, created in 2006 and issued in a limited-edition run (as in, 10 bottles) of diamond-studded Baccarat crystal flacons, was named the World’s Most Expensive Perfume by the Guinness Book of World Records.

$525.00

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4. Love is in the Air Limited Edition

You could do worse than gifting a perfume lover—or just a lover—with this ode to amore. Sensuous white musk, delicate jasmine, and fleshy plum characterize the romantic juice, but it’s the bottle that puts it over the top: gemstone-encrusted glass, topped with two silver lovebirds.

$1,210.00

 

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5. Roja Haute Luxe

Roja Dove is a lavish, flamboyant perfumer, a man who isn’t afraid of even the most decadent overdose of exquisite ingredients. Haute Luxe is a chypre oriental that practically drips money. Stuffed to the brim with rose, jasmine, and ylang-ylang, and grounded with earthy, spicy, ever-evolving base notes of ginger.

$3,500.00

 

6. Amorem Rose Parfum presented in a Lalique Crystal Flacon

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An opulent, smoky rose, crafted by master perfumer Maurice Roucel with notes of Bulgarian Rose, Saffron flowers, Baltic Amber, and Mahogany wood, Amorem Rose is housed in a Lalique crystal flacon, “Les Hirondelles,” representing the flight of love.

$3,000.00

 

 7. MAISON FRANCIS KURKDJIAN PARIS À La Rose Eau de Parfum

Another almost inconceivably petal-packed Eau—containing 250 Grasse centifolia roses per bottle. And for those not yet willing to pony up for the celebrated perfumer’s bespoke services, which start at $35,000, a way to own a Kurkdjian masterpiece for a relative steal.

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Top 10 Pakistani Dramas of All Time

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What makes one Pakistani drama better than another? After all, each show has its own cast, writing, and directors to rely on. The key lies in how well they tackle real-life situations that we can all relate to. These dramas will make you laugh, cry, and scream in frustration—but that’s why we love them so much! If you’re looking for the best Pakistani dramas of all time, check out this list of top 10 Pakistani dramas ever.

1) Khuda aur Mohabbat

Starring Sanam Baloch and Ahsan Khan, Khuda aur Mohabbat was one of Pakistan’s most watched dramas. Baloch plays Farah, a daughter of a village chief who is forced to marry her cousin. But soon after, Farah meets Amir (Ahsan Khan), who turns out to be her old friend from when she used to live in Lahore. The duo begins a relationship that complicates matters even further for poor Farah.

2) Humsafar

If you haven’t watched any Pakistani dramas, it’s time to change that. The romantic soap opera Humsafar is one of many gems in Pakistan’s entertainment industry and is based on a hugely popular Indian drama called Jodha Akbar. The series won Best Drama at Animage International Anime Fair in 2009 and beat out four other popular shows to be honored as best drama by Lux Style Awards in 2012. If your next Netflix binge involves unplugging from real life, then we highly recommend tuning into Humsafar and letting yourself be transported to a different world.

3) Kahi Unkahi

Kahi Unkahi’s star-crossed lovers found themselves torn between two families and two countries. The drama was written by Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, who worked with Sadia Khan and Imran Abbas for the first time. This was also television actor Adnan Siddiqui’s first drama appearance as a supporting character. Fans quickly fell in love with Ayeza Khan, who played Fariha, an innocent woman stuck between cultures. She went on to become a household name in Pakistan before branching out into Bollywood.

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4) Laag

One of Pakistan’s most popular dramas, Laag takes place on a family farm and follows three generations. The show debuted in 1996 and was written by Anwar Maqsood and directed by Momina Duraid. Its popularity in Pakistan led to it being dubbed into multiple languages including Urdu, Persian, Russian, Turkish, French and Italian. In 1997, Laag won Best Drama Serial at the Lux Style Awards—the first time ever that a Pakistani drama series had been nominated for an award at a major Indian ceremony. To date, Laag has been syndicated to over 70 countries worldwide.

5) Maat

A TV series set in rural Punjab, Maat is a heart-wrenching story of a love that transcends death. Starring Aamina Sheikh and Adnan Siddiqui, Maat tells the tale of two lovers who belong to rival tribes. Their romance is deemed taboo by both communities but they can’t help being drawn to each other—and in time it becomes clear that their love will transcend even death.

6) Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan

One of Pakistan’s most popular dramas ever, Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan started off as a television series and later became a movie. Starring Kamran Jeelani and Nigar Sultana in leading roles, it is about two families from different social classes in Karachi during World War II. The love story ends with plenty of tragedy but also hope as it becomes evident that life goes on.

7) Aunn Zara

Aunn Zara is a touching story about love and acceptance. Two lovers from different social classes are torn apart by their families. One falls in love with his upper-class classmate, but must keep it secret because he’s worried that she will not accept him due to his lower-class background. But when their parents marry them off to other people, they have no choice but to leave each other and pretend they never loved each other in order to stay alive.

8) Pyarey Afzal

Pyarey Afzal , is a 2013 Pakistani drama serial directed by Vasay Chaudhry.The drama airs on Geo TV every Wednesday at 8:00 pm PST. It stars Noman Ijaz, Savera Nadeem and Urwa Hocane in lead roles with Ayeza Khan, Farhan Ali Agha and Humayun Ashraf playing supporting roles.

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9) Mann Mayal

This drama revolves around a girl named Mannu and her parents, who move from their small village to Karachi. Their new home is in a building owned by Asad, with whom Mannu falls in love—resulting in lots of turmoil and tribulations for both families involved. It’s one of those dramas that has something for everyone: romance, comedy, heartbreak and even a few twists along the way.

10) Zindagi Gulzar Hai

Zindagi Gulzar Hai is a historical drama produced by Babar Javed, written by Zafar Mairaj and directed by Badar Mehmood. Starring Sanam Baloch, Hina Khawaja Bayat, Faiza Mujahid and Sajjal Ali in lead roles.

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Most Expensive Cities in the World

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Are you planning to live overseas if yes then this article is all you want? Its quite true that living abroad could be a great deal of pain and joy at the same time as it offers you an escape from the rat race but loneliness too, as it offers you an adventure but a risk too. This means we can not live in foreign country without any hardships however they do offer us better or progressive opportunities.But some days living and exploring these cities could be very troublesome and expensive at the same time. It is usually a  difference amid the currencies of the country.

1. Hong Kong

This place is quite costly to live in as it offers a luxurious lifestyle even renting a house or an apartment to someone could cost a fortune. The housing market of Hong Kong is pretty costly and this is why one can not dream of buying a house there.

2. London, UK

The reason why London is the most expensive city in the world is that it is the financial center of all of Europe. It is quite hard to survive there as it has got expensive transportation, food, and rent. It is all due to the highly appreciated currency of the U.K. i.e. sterlings.

 

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3. New York, USA

The median rent for a two-bedroom apartment in New York City is $3,500.Omg!!!!!! this is mind-blowing how can one afford such rent. The cost to park a car long-term in New York City is over $606 per month.

 

4. Geneva, Switzerland

So when we talk about finance, strong or booming economies we all certainly bring up the name of Switzerland as it is highly progressive and an emerging economy. This is why the living cost of Switzerland is pretty high. This is really a clean and crime-free city in fact.

 

5. Sydney, Australia

In Sydney, a one-way ticket is A$ 4 even an Apartment for a bedroom is A$ 2154. So now before moving to Sydney please make sure to take all your lifelong savings. Even buying an apartment per sq meter is A$ 15,000. Omg!!!!

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Most Viewed YouTube Videos In 2021

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It is really overwhelming to watch something inspirational, educational, romantic even funny on youtube. In fact, it gives you a ride of an emotional roller coaster and you wanna feel that spike in your dopamine all over again so you end up watching that particular video again and again. We all have one of your most favorite songs which we play every single day either on our pre-dinner walk or while long night drives. Literally, these videos are the cure to our mental pain and they really are a source of pleasure in our lives. This is why millions of people across the globe watch these videos multiple times as a result these videos end up having millions or even billions of views. So thanks to 7 billion people of the world to make some of the youtube videos enormously popular. Let’s explore these tremendous videos.

1.“Baby Shark Dance” by Pinkfong Kids’ Songs & Stories (9.06bn views)

This incredibly catchy song went viral around the world a few years ago. It’s continued to rack up the views since.

2. “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi, featuring Daddy Yankee (7.47bn views)

This track once held the top spot for 1,186 days and has likely been put on millions upon millions of parties since it was uploaded.

 

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3. “Johny Johny Yes Papa” by LooLoo Kids (5.6bn views)

An animation set to an old nursery rhyme, this video also went viral after it was endless memes on Twitter due to its slightly surreal and bizarre nature.

4. “Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran (5.4bn views)

Ed Sheeran is on the list again, making him the only person to have two videos in the most viewed YouTube videos. Kudos to him.

 

5. “Masha and the Bear – Recipe for Disaster” by getting Movies (4.45bn views)

This Russian video is from the Masha and the Bear series, all about a fatherly bear who looks after said, Masha.It’s for kids entertainment

6. “Learning Colors – Colorful Eggs on a Farm” by Miroshka TV (4.35bn views)

Next up is another educational video for kids. Thus it’s an animation that uses anthropomorphized eggs to teach them about colors.

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7.“Gangnam Style” by Psy (4.14bn views)

The archetype of viral YouTube videos, and one of the oldest ones on this list, it’s the K-pop megastar Psy with “Gangnam Style”.

While it’s been usurped since it spent 1,689 days as the most viewed video on YouTube. No one else has yet come close to that record.

 

8. “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson, featuring Bruno Mars (4.25bn views)

This masterpiece is still on my most frequently watched list.It’s millions of people’s workout or Monday motivation song. This is why it has billions of views.

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