Mumbai, Dec 16 (IANS) Reality TV personality Khloe Kardashian did a hilarious impression of her mother Kris Jenner in the season 17 finale of their reality show "Keeping Up With The Kardashian".
In the finale, which aired on Sunday, the Kardashian and Jenner family members were doing impersonation of each other. Kendall opted to dress like her sister Kylie, Kourtney impersonated Kim, reports aceshowbiz.com.
Khloe went all-in on the look with a short black wig. She also sported smoky eye make-up. She dressed up in an identical outfit to a Versace ensemble which was once worn by Kris.
"Kylie, you can sit next to me, because you are my favourite and you make a billion dollars," Khloe jokingly said as Kris to Kendall's Kylie in the episode.
She added: "I have my Kylie, my billion dollar baby. Now she will always be the dearest to my heart for a billion reasons."
Khloe also shared a short clip of the season finale on her Instagram account.
"Why do you think I'm drunk all the time?" she said, copying Kris.
She added: "My girls always bicker, and so I need something to take the edge off."
Kourtney also offered a comical scene when she imitated Kim in long straight black hair wig and huge glasses.
Mumbai, Jan 22 (IANS) The Sensex fell for the third straight day on Wednesday as investors turned cautious ahead of the Union Budget. The bearish mood on Dalal Street was also on account of weaker-than-expected quarterly results.
The benchmark Sensex closed 208.43 points lower at 41,115.38, while the Nifty settled at 12,106.90, lower by 62.95 points.
Except for IT, media and FMCG stocks, all other sector indices closed in the red. Heavy selling was seen in private banks and auto stocks.
Vinod Nair of Geojit Financial Services said: "Banks, auto and midcaps are consolidating due to marginal slippage in NPAs (non-performing assets or bad loans) and earnings growth than anticipated earlier. The Q3 result had solid expectations, but actual results are marginally below expectations for sectors like IT and banks; this is impacting the market."
The energy sector was a key laggard on Wednesday. ONGC and NTPC were the top losers on the BSE.
Top gainers on the BSE were Nestle India, followed by TCS, Infosys, HCL Tech and SBI.
"A lot will depend on the actual outcome of the Budget for further direction; the market is turning cautious before the big event," Nair added.
Asian Paints closed 1.76 per cent lower at 1,778.30 after reporting a 20 per cent year-on-year rise in its consolidated net profit at Rs 764.43 crore for the quarter ended December 31, 2019.
Santosh Meena, Senior Analyst, TradingBells, said that Asian paints posted a good set of numbers amid a slowdown in the economy. Valuations are on the expensive side but the growth prospect is still bright.