To celebrate selling nearly 2 million bottles of their premium probiotic formula Pro-X10®, my good friends Joel & Josh (founders of BioTrust Nutrition) want to reward anyone who visits the link below today with a FREE 30-count bottle of this revolutionary gut health promoting probiotic supplement... with ZERO strings attached! This means that after you receive your FREE bottle, NOTHING more will ever be sent to you, or charged to you, in the future.
It’s truly FREE (no autoship, no future charges - nothing). Pretty incredible, as this is absolutely an extremely valuable, premium product that is shown through research to provide dramatically more LIVE and effective probiotic cells to your gut than traditional probiotic supplements.
What do I mean by "live"?
Well, you may be surprised to learn that the vast majority of probiotics contained in traditional probiotic supplements will be DEAD before they ever reach your gut! You see, probiotics are fragile, living cells and when passing through the highly acidic environment of the stomach (before reaching your gut) most probiotics die and become useless -- unless they are protected.
Enter BioTrust Pro-X10. Manufactured with our patented and protective Microencapsulation™ process, this second-to-none probiotic supplement encapsulates each live probiotic cell with a protective matrix that is research-tested to dramatically increase probiotic survival in the stomach and effectively deliver TEN TIMES more live, healthy probiotics to your gut than traditional, non-microencapsulated probiotic products!
Beyond that, the premium and patented ingredients in Pro-X10 have also been shown through research to:
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Talk about research-backed, gut-health promoting results!
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Fact is, you will get all THREE of these extraordinary gut health boosting gifts FREE… over a $50 value… and in return, all they ask is that you help cover the very small cost of shipping.
Why Are They Being THIS Generous? What's the catch?
There is no catch. It’s simple really... Joel & Josh and BioTrust want to EARN your trust by PROVING to you that Pro-X10 works so you can begin experiencing the same gut health promoting, immune-boosting results that nearly TWO MILLION Pro-X10 customers are already experiencing world-wide... for FREE!
They know that once you see and experience the results of this revolutionary formula first hand that you'll be back for more, so they're willing to GIVE you your first bottle, along with your TWO additional extremely valuable bonus gifts, 100% at their expense.
Now that’s the great news; the bad news is that they have only set aside a very limited number of FREE, 30-count bottles of Pro-X10 and bonus gifts to give away to readers of this email on a first come, first-served basis -- and when this small allotment of inventory is gone, this rare special offer will end without notice. In fact, you will want to visit the special link below right away because these FREE Pro-X10 bottles may already be out of stock.
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To your great success!
A day before her marriage, Reshma (Vidya Balan) runs away from her rural village, hoping to become a star in Chennai. She fails to impress a casting director, and he insults her for being unattractive and unable to act. Determined to secure a role, she spontaneously auditions for the position of a background dancer. However, she dances in a sultry manner, using erotic movements which annoys the film's director, Abraham (Emraan Hashmi). He edits out Reshma's entire dance sequence. The film fails at the box office, much to the dismay of the producer Selva Ganesh (Rajesh Sharma), who later recalls Reshma's performance and offers her a role in a song in his upcoming film. Selva also suggests that she now be referred to as "Silk", which is more exotic and captivating. At the first shoot, Silk dances with aging superstar Suryakanth (Naseeruddin Shah), her childhood idol. Enamoured with him, Silk gains his affection and attenti
on by offering a long-term sexual relationship. Meanwhile, Abraham proposes a new film to Selva Ganesh and is keen to cast Suryakanth. However, Suryakanth's suggestion of adding sex and eroticism, to make the film more commercially viable, angers Abraham. Silk slowly builds a name for herself in the industry and goes on to do many more sexually charged films with Suryakanth, which catapults her into stardom. She gains many male fans and, in a short time, becomes immensely rich and popular as a Southern sex symbol. Suryakanth's younger brother Ramakanth (Tusshar Kapoor) is an admirer of Silk and starts to befriend her. Silk develops a liking for him, after she realizes that he is the first man who loves her for more than just her body and sex appeal. At an awards ceremony Silk is praised for her performance but is insulted by Suryakanth who tells her that she is nothing more than everyone's "dirty secret". Hurt by his remarks, Silk announces that she will contin
ue to make her "dirty pictures" and that she has no qualms in doing so. She begins to spend more time with Ramakanth and becomes the focus of tabloid gossip after noted journalist Naila (Anju Mahendru) criticises Silk for having a romantic relationship with both brothers. To avoid scandal, and also to get revenge, Suryakanth drops Silk from his forthcoming films, forcing her to work with smaller, unknown filmmakers. She loses interest in her work and begins to feel threatened by a younger aspiring actress, Shakeela. During a dance challenge she intentionally trips Shakeela, much to the embarrassment of Ramakanth who then decides to end their relationship. To ease her heartbreak and the rejection from her family, Silk turns to alcohol and chain smoking. She gains weight, causing her to lose her status as a sex symbol. Silk approaches Silva Ganesh with an offer to produce a film together. Ultimately, the audience and industry has lost interest in her, and the film fails. On
the other hand, Abraham directs a film which turns out to be a huge hit, and he feels that he has finally proven to Silk (and himself) that his films do not need any sexualisation to be successful. Having lost her fame and fortune, Silk has accumulated so much debt that she approaches a small-time filmmaker, willing to take on any role. She is shocked to find that he wants her to do a pornographic film, and she refuses. He intoxicates her with alcohol and starts filming, without her permission. The place is raided by the police but Silk manages to escape. Abraham finds himself falling in love with Silk, even though he denies it first, as he struggles with this moral dilemma. During a phone conversation with Silk, Abraham becomes alarmed when she asks him to bid farewell to everyone for her. He rushes to her house, and finds her lying in bed dead from a sleeping pill overdose, along with a suicide note written by her. The film ends with Abraham's narration, examining the life tha
t Silk has led, and he questions whether it was her or her life that was right or wrong.