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Ayesha Dutt

Ayesha Dutt is an Indian film producer, former model and actress. She is the wife of Jackie Shroff and mother of Tiger Shroff and Krishna Shroff, she was born to a Bengali father, Ranjan Dutt, an air vice marshal in the Indian Air Force, Claude Marie Dutt De Cavey, a Belgian. Ayesha contested as the Miss Young World contest at Manila, she did not make it to the finals, but was elected the most popular girl at the contest by her fellow contestants. She became successful, she acted in a Bollywood film Teri Baahon Mein opposite Mohnish Behl in 1984. She married her longtime boyfriend and Bollywood actor, Jackie Shroff on her birthday on 5 June 1987, she turned into a film producer. The couple run Jackie Shroff Entertainment Limited, they jointly owned 10% shares in Sony TV since its launch until 2012 when they sold their stake and ended their 15-year-long association with Sony TV. The Shroffs have two children, her elder son is a Bollywood actor, Tiger Shroff and a daughter, Krishna Shroff. In 2009, Dutt had an alleged affair with Sahil Khan when the two started a production company together.

The alleged relationship of the two and their business partnership took an ugly shape in 2014 when she filed a legal case against him. In return, the actor's lawyer submitted some intimate photos to the court, which had both Sahil and Ayesha in a compromising situation implying there was much more than just professional commitment between the two. Boom Grahan Jis Desh Mein Ganga Rehta Hain Bombil and Beatrice Teri Baahon Mein Ayesha Dutt on IMDb

Pirin Glacier

Pirin Glacier is the 5.7 km long and 6 km wide glacier situated next east of Chavdar Peninsula on Davis Coast on the Antarctic Peninsula. Situated west of Wright Ice Piedmont, north of Gregory Glacier and east of Samodiva Glacier. Draining north-northwestwards from Boulton Peak to enter Curtiss Bay east of Seaplane Point; the glacier is named after Pirin Mountain in southwestern Bulgaria. Pirin Glacier is located at 64°05′30″S 60°43′00″W. British mapping in 1978. British Antarctic Territory. Scale 1:200000 topographic map No. 3198. DOS 610 - W 64 60. Tolworth, UK, 1978. Antarctic Digital Database. Scale 1:250000 topographic map of Antarctica. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research. Since 1993 upgraded and updated. Pirin Glacier Copernix satellite image Bulgarian Antarctic Gazetteer. Antarctic Place-names Commission. Pirin Glacier. SCAR Composite Antarctic GazetteerThis article includes information from the Antarctic Place-names Commission of Bulgaria, used with permission