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  1. Bollywood might be done with giving away awards to our favorite celebrities, but the celebs surely aren't done with receiving them. Almost every other day, there is some or the other award show to honor the personalities for their contribution. Although there is no dearth of award shows in India, the newest ones only make us look forward to what new categories they have to offer. And the already huge list of awards recently welcomed a new member on board – Instagram. © Pexels Instagram just announced its first-ever awards in India to honor the celebrities, because clearly, their posts are way more entertaining than ours. So what if you struggled for hours to get the perfect lighting for your #FoodPorn post, while they stole the show with literally just one single quote on a grey background. Well keeping our jealousy aside, let's congratulate the winners of the awards show. Sanjay Leela Bhansali's on-screen Goddess Queen Padmavati, Deepika Padukone and Indian skipper Virat Kohli outclassed everyone else to win the top honours. adorable(& not so little)on set buddy!ððð A post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on Feb 10, 2018 at 10:36pm PST Reportedly, with 22.4 million followers, Deepika has won the award for the 'Most Followed Account'. Was so excited to receive this today!This milestone will always be special!Thank you @instagram ð A post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on Nov 27, 2017 at 6:32am PST This picture is from last year, but we are sure her feelings won't be any different this year too, now that she has defeated the likes of Alia Bhatt and Priyanka Chopra. Virat Kohli on the other hand won the 'Most Engaged Account' award, with 19.8 million followers. Wearing my #One8 gear for travel. Style plus comfort beats everything else ð Are you a part of my #One8Crew yet? ð A post shared by Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) on Nov 27, 2017 at 3:20am PST But, we guess the credit for this award goes to someone else. Yes, we're talking about his leading lady Anushka Sharma. Right from their wedding announcement on Instagram… Today we have promised each other to be bound in love for ever. We are truly blessed to share the news with you.This beautiful day will be made more special with the love and support of our family of fans & well wishers. Thank you for being such an important part of our journey. A post shared by Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) on Dec 11, 2017 at 7:32am PST His romantic honeymoon pictures with the picturesque landscape in the background… Wishing you all a very happy, healthy and prosperous New year. Love and light to all. ðð A post shared by Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) on Jan 1, 2018 at 1:51am PST And the crazy dance videos from their Mumbai reception, where Shah Rukh Khan gave flirting lessons to Virat… The love between them is so Adorable @iamsrk gives a dialogue ð â¤ï¸ #virushkareception #virushkawedding#virushka #anushkasharma#shahrukhkhan #kingkhan #viratkohli #viratanushka #couplegoals #lovebirds #mumbai â¤ï¸ A post shared by Virat Kohli (@viratkohli18.insta) on Dec 26, 2017 at 10:03am PST December 2017 was the time when his Instagram scored more than his bat. And that time when he made a billion enemies by kissing Anushka for the world to see. My one and only! ♥ï¸ð♥ï¸ A post shared by Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) on Feb 20, 2018 at 12:14am PST We guess, just like how Virat dedicated his 150 runs in the South Africa test to Anushka, he should dedicate the Instagram award to her too. © Twitter If the first thing you saw in this picture is Anushka Sharma, then you will know by now that we're right. Cape Town is such a beautiful place and even more beautiful with my one and only! ð⤠A post shared by Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) on Jan 2, 2018 at 10:11pm PST But, if the scenery behind them is what you're still thinking about, take a bow for being a true wanderlust at heart.
  2. Ok folks, we'll admit it. We have now gotten tired of endlessly crushing on Virat and Anushka. And we had this happy realization after some of our lovely readers mentioned the same in our comment section about how we are obsessing over 'Virushka'. Well, we can't help it if their Instagram feed is more interesting and kickass than yours and everyone else's combined. But, now it's time to look past 'Virushka' and focus on two of the greatest and most successful Bollywood actors of this time – Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh. The couple is like yin and yang of Bollywood. While, one is known for being elegant, the other is literally a bomb always on the verge of explosion. BCCL The couple has had their fair share of ups and downs in the relationship. And despite innumerable denials, breakup rumours, wedding rumours and what not, the couple seems to be having the time of their lives after they won the award for being the biggest 'Entertainer of the Year'. BCCL At the Hello Hall of Fame Awards held in Mumbai, Deepika received the award by her idol, Rekha; while Ranveer was given the award by Yohan and Michelle Poonawalla. But, that's definitely not the best take-away from the award show. We're backstage at the #HHOF18 with your favourite stars and some of the nation's finest super achievers… Stay tuned for LIVE & EXCLUSIVE updates! #HHOF18 #HELLOHallOfFame #StayTuned #LiveAndExclusive @deepikapadukone @ranveersingh A post shared by HELLO! India (@hellomagindia) on Mar 11, 2018 at 10:59am PDT The best thing that happened was after the event, when the couple posed for pictures together for the magazine. And Ranveer being Ranveer, the goofball and cheesy romantic he is, got down on his knees for pictures and went on to set new standards for couple photo-shoots. So let's settle for what looks close to how their pre-wedding photoshoot will be like. We're backstage at the #HHOF18 with your favourite stars and some of the nation's finest super achievers… Stay tuned for LIVE & EXCLUSIVE updates! #HHOF18 #HELLOHallOfFame #StayTuned #LiveAndExclusive @deepikapadukone @ranveersingh A post shared by HELLO! India (@hellomagindia) on Mar 11, 2018 at 10:56am PDT With 'Padmaavat' still going strong at the box-office, and Deepika and Ranveer getting a lot of praises and good reviews, hidden in the pile of death threats; this year surely has Deepika and Ranveer written over it. And with wedding rumours doing the rounds, it's getting difficult to contain all this excitement inside.
  3. The documentary on the life of activist Perween Rahman, The Rebel Optimist, won an award at the 6th Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival. Photo: Perween Rahman: The Rebel Optimist KATHMANDU: The documentary on the life of activist Perween Rahman, The Rebel Optimist, won an award at the 6th Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival. The documentary, which has been directed by Mahera Omar, won the Special Jury Mention award at the international non-fiction competition category. The award announcement was made public on the documentary's social media page. The post read: "We won the Special Jury Mention award in the international non-fiction competition section at the 6th Nepal Human Rights International Film Festival. Thank you, @hrfilmcenter!"
  4. US Air Forces Central Command, Southwest Asia, Commander Lieutenant General Jeffrey L Harrigian presented the award to the air chief. Photo: PAF ISLAMABAD: Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman has been on Monday awarded Legion of Merit, the military award of United States Armed Forces. The Legion of Merit award is given to armed forces personnel for their exceptionally meritorious conduct. The chief of air staff received the award during a ceremony held at Air Headquarters. US Air Forces Central Command, Southwest Asia, Commander Lieutenant General Jeffrey L Harrigian presented the award to the air chief. Photo: PAF US Air Forces Central Command, Southwest Asia, Commander Lieutenant General Jeffrey L Harrigian presented the award to the air chief. US Air Force Chief of Staff General David L Goldfein also attended the ceremony via a video link. Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman received the award due to his brave leadership, insightfulness, and efforts taken in the war against terrorism. The chief of air staff received the award during a ceremony held at Air Headquarters. Photo: PAF While speaking to the participants through the video link, General Goldfein hailed the efforts taken by Pakistani chief of air staff in the war against terrorism and his commitment towards the cause. He further remarked that the increase in operational facilities of Pakistan?s air force will prove to be significant in restoring peace in the region. Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman has been awarded with Legion of Merit, the military award of United States Armed Forces, on Monday. Photo: PAF1 After the ceremony, Lt Gen Harrigian held a meeting with Pakistani?s air chief at his office and discussed matters of mutual interests. The two military leaders also agreed to increase coordination between the air force of the two countries. The award, which brings great honour to Pakistani nation, also seeks to cement the relations between Pakistan and US.
  5. Photo: Reuters The Academy Awards, or Oscars, the highest honors in the movie industry, were handed out on Sunday at a ceremony in Hollywood hosted by comedian Jimmy Kimmel. Fantastical romance The Shape of Water won best picture, the film industry?s most prestigious honour, at Sunday?s Oscar ceremony. The Fox Searchlight movie?s Mexican filmmaker, Guillermo del Toro, took home the best director Oscar, dashing the hopes of a rare win by a woman or a black filmmaker. The movie about a mute cleaning woman who falls in love with a strange river creature had gone into the ceremony with a leading 13 nominations, and won a total of four Academy Awards. As expected, Britain?s Gary Oldman was named best actor for playing World War Two leader Winston Churchill in Warner Bros'. Darkest Hour, while Frances McDormand?s woman in a fury was a popular best actress winner for Fox Searchlight?s dark comedy Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. A Fantastic Woman, Chile?s groundbreaking story about a transgender woman, played by transgender actress Daniela Vega, won best foreign language film, and Mexican-inspired Coco was named best animated feature. Sam Rockwell, and Allison Janney took home their first Oscars for their supporting roles Three Billboards and independent ice-skating movie I, Tonya, respectively. Following is a list of winners in key categories for the awards: Best Picture: The Shape of Water Best Actor : Gary Oldman - Darkest Hour Best Actress: Frances McDormand - Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Best Director: Guillermo del Toro - The Shape of Water Best Supporting Actor: Sam Rockwell - Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Best Supporting Actress: Allison Janney - I, Tonya Best Original Screenplay: Get Out Best Adapted Screenplay: Call Me By Your Name Best Animated Film: Coco Best Documentary Film: Icarus Best Foreign Language Film: A Fantastic Woman - Chile Original Song: Remember Me ? Coco
  6. Ranveer Singh is one of the most incredible actors in the tinsel town. Over the time, the actor has proved that nothing is impossible for him and he is displaying a certain knack for taking on versatile roles. It has become a norm that every time his film releases, people can't stop praising his versatility. And now, the country just can't stop gushing over his portrayal of invader Alauddin Khilji in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Padmaavat'. While Ranveer is enjoying every bit of this moment, what made it even more special was a handwritten letter that he received from the legendary Amitabh Bachchan appreciating his performance. Well, we totally get how any actor would feel to receive a priceless gift like that. Taking to Twitter, the talented actor shared the picture of the flower and letter sent to him by Big B and wrote, “mera award mil gaya @SrBachchan.” Mujhe mera award mil gaya ðð½ð@SrBachchan pic.twitter.com/zlo9B6G2od — Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) January 29, 2018 Ranveer is a huge fan of Amitabh and his fondness for him is known to all, and with a present like this from an icon, one can only imagine how the young actor must be feeling. Even in the past, he has sent across personal notes to actors whose performances he has loved. He has sent notes to Kangana Ranaut for 'Queen' and 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' and even to Deepika Padukone for 'Ram Leela Goliyon Ki Raasleela'. © Instagram One can totally imagine how delighted Ranveer must have felt when he received that note from Amitabh himself. The actor already considers it his first award. We bet if you have watched the film, you will totally love him as the Delhi Sultan who is gruesome, diplomatic and loves to conquer. But to get into that mode, Ranveer underwent a brutal mental ordeal and went into a dark abyss to reach that level of perfection. One look at his performance and you just know that he deserves all the veneration there is.
  7. Pakistani novelist Mohsin Hamid?s Exit West has been shortlisted by the National Book Critics Circle of the US for the 2017 awards for fiction. Photo: file Pakistani novelist Mohsin Hamid?s Exit West has been shortlisted by the National Book Critics Circle of the US for the 2017 awards for fiction. Exit West, which deals with issues of emigration and refugee crisis, is competing with Alice McDermott?s The Ninth House, Joan Silber?s Improvement, Jesmyn Ward?s Sing, Unburied, Sing and The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy. The National Book Critics Circle Awards, started in 1975 and considered among the most prestigious in American letters, are the sole prizes bestowed by a jury of over 1,000 working critics and book review editors. The awards will be presented on March 15 at the New School in New York City. Earlier, Hamid's fourth novel Exit West was even shortlisted for The Man Booker Prize, which was ultimately won by George Saunders's Lincoln in the Bardo. Obama lists Mohsin Hamid's Exit West as one of the best books of 2017 Hamid's fourth novel Exit West was event shortlisted for The Man Booker Prize Earlier, Hamid's acclaimed novel, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, was also shortlisted for the prize in 2007 and even got made into a feature film by Indian director Mira Nair. Hamid is the author of four novels, Moth Smoke, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia, and Exit West, and a book of essays, Discontent and Its Civilizations. Born in Lahore, Hamid spent half his life there and the remaining in New York, California and London.
  8. Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan received a Crystal Award from Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship/Reuters Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan received an award at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland on Monday for his work raising awareness about human rights issues. Shah Rukh was given a Crystal Award by the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship in recognition of his work championing the rights of children and women in India. The actor is a founder of a non-profit foundation, which provides support to female victims of acid attacks and major burn injuries through medical treatment, legal aid, vocational training, rehabilitation and livelihood support. "We, the powerful, need to get out of the way, to pick the barriers apart, the ones that give us names and races and colours and hierarchies," he said at the ceremony. "That is what I have learned from my beautifully scarred women," he added, referring to the acid victims. Shah Rukh Khan with Sir Elton John and Cate Blanchett at WEF in Davos/Reuters Australian actor Cate Blanchett received a Crystal Award for her work with people who have fled their homes. British singer-songwriter Sir Elton John also received a Crystal Award for his charitable work with his AIDS foundation. The Crystal Award is given by the WEF to artists who make a positive change in society. And while in Switzerland, King Khan did not miss an opportunity to enjoy the cold and the snow in the picturesque Swiss Alps village of Davos. "Switzerland main aake yeh na kiya toh kya kiya...?!" he tweeted. Some of the world?s top policy makers and executives have begun gathering at Davos for the annual meeting, where powerful politicians will rub shoulders with titans of industry, screen stars and influential activists for a week of earnest discussions.
  9. Hasan Ali with his trademark celebration In the latest in his long list of accolades, Pakistan?s young sensation Hasan Ali won the International Cricket Council?s (ICC) Emerging Cricketer of the Year award, announced on Thursday. The 23-year-old, currently the top-ranked ODI bowler, finished the year 2017 with an impressive tally of 45 ODI wickets to his name. He was also Player of the Series for his 13 wickets that helped Pakistan to Champions Trophy glory against India. Pakistan?s memorable Champions Trophy 2017 victory was voted as the ICC Fans' Moment of the Year. Afghanistan's young spin wizard Rashid Khan was named ICC Associate Cricketer of the Year. India skipper Virat Kohli swept the ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year title for scoring six tons in the format last year, averaging an astonishing 76.84. The 29-year-old also won the prestigious ICC Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy. India's Yuzvendra Chahal won the ICC T20I Performance of the Year award for his haul of 6/25 against England in Bengaluru. The ICC awarded its Umpire of the Year award to Marais Erasmus. Australia captain Steve Smith bagged the ICC Test Cricketer of the Year award for an awe-inspiring year with the bat. Pakistan all-rounder Hasan Ali and batsman Babar Azam made it to the ICC Men's ODI Team of the Year. The ICC Test Team of the Year included: The ICC #SpiritOfCricket Award went to Anya Shrubsole of England, who won the fans' hearts with her gesture during the Women's World Cup 2017 semi-final against South Africa.
  10. Sheeran is in the running in four categories while singer Dua Lipa received the most nominations LONDON: Ed Sheeran, Dua Lipa, Liam Payne and Stormzy are among the nominees for this year?s Brit Awards, Britain?s most prestigious pop music prizes. Sheeran is in the running in four categories - British male solo artist, best video and single for ?Shape of You?, and best album. Singer Dua Lipa received the most nominations. Her single ?New Rules? was a break out hit last year and she is nominated in five categories including best album, best female artist and best single. And former One Direction star Payne was nominated for best single and video for ?Strip That Down?, which has now been a hit in Britain, Australia and United States. ?The song?s done extremely well, I am extremely happy with the success so far... We just reached a billion streams. I have never written down that number, I have never had the need,? Payne said backstage at an event to announce the nominees in London. ?It?s amazing. You look at it and you?re like, wow, it?s one-sixth of the world?s population, incredible.? Dua Lipa will compete for best female artist against the likes of Jessie Ware and 2015 winner Paloma Faith. East London rapper J Hus and platinum-selling songwriter Rag?n?Bone Man have three nominations apiece, including for best album, while Stormzy?s ?Gang Signs and Prayer? is also nominated.
  11. Time and again, Shah Rukh Khan has made India proud. He isn't just Bollywood's King Khan but also a global star who's loved by everyone around the world. He is an amazing actor, performer, and producer, but what makes him extraordinary is his involvement in humanitarian work. Unlike many, he doesn't publicly talk about his initiatives. But that doesn't mean people don't notice the change he is trying to bring. For all the work that he has done towards children and women rights in India, the actor is now being honoured with World Economic Forum's (WEF) Crystal Award. Reliving my childhood this #ChildrensDay ! The babies taught me a step or two... A post shared by Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) on Nov 14, 2017 at 8:07am PST For those who are unaware, Crystal Awards celebrate the achievements of artists around the globe who have shown commitment toward improving the state of the world. Along with SRK, Hollywood actress Cate Blanchett, and British musician Sir Elton John will be bestowed with this prestigious award at WEF's 48th Annual Meeting in Davos, the 24th Annual Crystal Awards. Davos 2018: Meet the Crystal Awardees @eltonofficial @iamsrk https://t.co/WbUMYGaY9S #wef18 pic.twitter.com/4Yl1DJQvUU — World Economic Forum (@wef) January 10, 2018 Talking about SRK, weforum said, "He is the founder of the nonâprofit Meer Foundation, which provides support to female victims of acid attacks and major burn injuries through medical treatment, legal aid, vocational training, rehabilitation and livelihood support. He has also been responsible for the creation of specialized children's hospital wards and has supported childcare centres with free boarding for children undergoing cancer treatment." SRK even said, “With victims of acid attacks I have had the privilege to witness the unparalleled courage and compassion that women are capable of. I have seen the transformative strength of goodness and the healing power of gentleness." Over a hundred beautiful souls from the Spark a Change Foundation dropped in to visit me on set! Best #ChildrensDay ever... A post shared by Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) on Nov 14, 2017 at 6:57am PST He even shared the news on Twitter and wrote, “Thank u for this honour. I consider my work with these heroic & beautiful women a great privilege as it imparts dignity & purpose to my life. I hope to spread awareness of the unparalleled heroism of these ladies & reach out to others in order to carry this work to its conclusion.” Thank u for this honour. I consider my work with these heroic & beautiful women a great privilege as it imparts dignity & purpose to my life. I hope to spread awareness of the unparalleled heroism of these ladies & reach out to others in order to carry this work to its conclusion https://t.co/i6cEU6go6V — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) January 11, 2018 Isn't he truly a Badshah of hearts, making us proud always?
  12. For a lot of people, New Year's Eve means watching a plethora of Bollywood award shows that the end of the year brings. However, over the past few years, these award shows have earned a nasty reputation for themselves due to a variety of reasons. You might recall that only recently, Zee Cine Awards became the butt of jokes as they awarded 'Golmaal Again' the “best movie of the year” and Varun Dhawan the “best actor of the year”. And just when we thought it can't get worse than this, Star Screen Awards stepped up. (c) Twitter Now it's great to see new talent being appreciated and we don't mind new award categories being created for this purpose. But creating nonsensical award categories for actors who have been working in the industry for years now is downright absurd. This year, the Star Screen Awards introduced a 'Nothing to Hide' award and the recipients of the same were Kriti Sanon and Shahid Kapoor. Congratulations @kritisanon and @shahidkapoor on winning the nothing to hide award.#StarScreenAwards pic.twitter.com/yD4BV1RVwQ — STAR PLUS (@StarPlus) December 31, 2017 And Twitter, of course, was not amused. 1. Return Gift Toh Banta Hai. Oscars Jury: It's a tough call. We can select any one winner. There are huge expectations. Indian awards: Kaun se actors aa rahe hain? Haan to "Happy New Year" bolne se pehle sabko return gifts dene ka hai. What besharmi? We've nothing to hide bro. pic.twitter.com/JZZdnz3vTp — Aaqib Raza Khan (@aaqibrk) January 1, 2018 2. Forced AF And award for 'Most forced Award name' goes to --> 'Nothing to hide award' pic.twitter.com/kEtl6z9KmZ — Shaitaan Khopdi™ð®ð³ (@shaitaankhopdi) January 1, 2018 3. Us Right Now. So what exactly is a "Nothing to hide" award? ð pic.twitter.com/mUFAfqh0X7 — PADMAVATIIIIIIII (@shahidskudi) December 31, 2017 4. Please, Someone, Tell Us. Many congratulations to @kritisanon for this achievement, now please tell the audience what does it even mean. ð pic.twitter.com/gav84l95jC — Maithun (@Being_Humor) January 1, 2018 5. Photoshop On Point Nothing to Hide Award goes to.. ðððð#StarScreenAwards pic.twitter.com/iEYMlQzyjG — भàªà¤µà¤¾à¤§à¤¾àª°à« à¤à¥àªà«àªà«à¤­à¤¾àª âï¸ âï¸ ð© (@kathiyawadi_) January 1, 2018 6. Even The Viewers Don't Know. Interested to know what their speeches were. What the efff does the 'nothing to hide' award mean exactly? — Reshma Patel (@reshmapatelxx) December 31, 2017 7. Sunny, Your Fans Have Got Your Back. Sunny Leone deserves nothing to hide award... Star screen awards are so fake . — Item ⪠(@ltem_boyy) December 31, 2017 8. Say, What? "Iss saal hum star screen award mein nayi category introduce karne wale hain, nothing to hide award" Me: pic.twitter.com/J3558Tq7EW — â¨â¨ (@roundorocks) December 31, 2017 9. Hmmm… Just when I thought ð zee cine awards werre the most faltu one ..star screen proves me wrong! Amd aye btw @shahidkapoor u Still received award :p even thou u didn't attend! Hmmð https://t.co/IjJXx4rTcy — wonderfully weirdð (@NutellaLover_x) December 31, 2017 10. True Story Star Screen Awards has introduced a new category. 'Nothing To Hide' Award. Yes, you read that right: 'Nothing To Hide' Award category. This is why aliens always go to America and never to Mumbai when they visit Planet Earth. — Phoenix of Vienna (@Andec_Tanker) January 1, 2018 11. Bechaare So just gave away an award called "Star Screen Nothing To Hide Award" ðð Even the actors are finding it hard now to not be sarcastic in their Thank You Speeches ð #StarScreenAwards — Akshay Sharma (@Noby1993) December 31, 2017 12. You Are A Savior! #StarScreenAwards has a category called 'nothing to hide award'. It is apparently for actors who share their personal lives with 'fans' on social media regularly ð. They gave the award to Shahid and Kriti. Afterall nobody should go empty handed ðð — Suchita (@Suchita_14) December 31, 2017 Now that we know what it means, we genuinely feel that it's high time for these award shows to step up their game.
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  14. While some of us dressed as Santa (not by choice) to entertain the younger kids at home, and some were busy working or making separate groups on WhatsApp (with party written in caps) in hopes that someone will meet, the rest were actually partying and celebrating Christmas. Our beloved Bollywood stars belong to the latter part of the world and unless you broke your phone in anger over your botched plan, you would have seen their party pictures by now. From Karan Johar, Taimur Ali Khan and Kapoor Family, Akshay Kumar and other celebrities, almost everyone has posted pictures and videos from their Christmas party. © Instagram And the latest participants in this Christmas party marathon are Sagarika Ghatge and Zaheer Khan. Ever since their wedding in November, Sagarika and Zaheer have never really switched off their party mode and we are not complaining! At least we get to enjoy their party virtually, if not physically (since they always forget to invite us anyway). Thank you Arshad and Maria for the best Christmas dinner - to good times and laughter. Merry Christmas â¤ï¸ @yuvisofficial @zaheer_khan34 @mariagorettiz A post shared by Sagarika (@sagarikaghatge) on Dec 25, 2017 at 12:58pm PST Forget best actor/ actress or best movie; if there was ever an award for the 'best party animal', newlyweds Zaheer Khan and Sagarika Ghatge will undoubtedly take home that prize. This couple sure knows how to party like there's no tomorrow and then make people burn with jealousy looking at their party pictures. Although, some might argue that 'goals' is too strong a word to use here, but Sagarika and Zaheer are actually giving us both relationship and party goals. Merry Christmas â¤ï¸ @amritakak love the dress - thank you ðððð A post shared by Sagarika (@sagarikaghatge) on Dec 25, 2017 at 3:46am PST The couple's party friend list included Yuvraj Singh, Aashish Chaudhary and Ashish Nehra among others. Merry Christmas from the mother and the boys ð©‍ð¦‍ð¦ A post shared by Sagarika (@sagarikaghatge) on Dec 25, 2017 at 11:16am PST Although Sagarika Ghatge and Zaheer Khan opted for a small wedding ceremony with close friends and family members, their post wedding and reception parties have been larger than life with moments like Virat and Anushka's epic dance, which we all will remember for many days to come. Also, now that Virushka is hosting a grand reception party today, one can only expect craziness to skyrocket and hit the roof.
  15. A Brazilian activist who helped thousands of people in the Amazon rainforest to use their land sustainably won an international environmental award on Wednesday. Despite threats from logging companies, Maria Margarida Ribeiro da Silva, from the northern state of Pará, has been campaigning for more than a decade for the right of local people to use land for hunting, fishing and harvesting wild plants. Ribeiro da Silva, who lives on the Verde para Sempre Extractive Reserve, a 1.3 million hectare area protected by the government, helped persuade officials to allow the community to manage the forest, including cutting and selling timber. ?I hope that this award will help to guarantee the continuity of support (for) the Amazonian communities in their work to protect the forests for future generations,? she said in a statement. She was awarded the $20,000 Wangari Maathai Forest Champions Award - an annual prize named after the late Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize winner and environmentalist - at the Global Landscapes Forum in Bonn, a conference on sustainable land use.
  16. Amina Amir receiving her award at IBA Karachi on Wednesday. Photo: CEJ Facebook KARACHI: Eight journalists received awards on Wednesday for exhibiting distinction in reporting on social issues by the Centre for Excellence in Journalism. Geo News' reporter Amna Amir was among the award winners who received the award at the ceremony ? Lab Azad ? held at IBA Karachi earlier today. Amir received the award for a report on basic health facilities for pregnant women. Former Senator Javed Jabbar and journalists working for different organisations were also in attendance. Lab Azad is an independent award given every year to print and broadcast journalists who exhibit distinction in reporting on social issues. Every year specific issues are selected under which key nominations are invited from journalists nationwide. An independent jury, of senior journalists comprising highly respected names, evaluates shortlisted stories against an established criteria for finalising winners. The award aims to recognise, promote and institutionalise the values of accountability, originality, independence, neutrality and above all issue specialised journalism in Pakistan.
  17. 'Dangal' has been causing a lot of 'mangal' everywhere in the world. The stellar record-breaking movie has already made it big in India, overseas and especially in China. The Aamir Khan-starrer has added a new feather to its overflowing cap. 'Dangal' has been awarded as the 'Best Asian Film' at the seventh Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards. The amazing piece of news was shared by Shabana Azmi, who was also a part of the jury. DANGAL wins Best Asian Film at AACTA. Congratulations Team Dangal. With Russel Crowe Chairman of the jury. It was a unanimous decision ðð pic.twitter.com/xXfixEgT0R — Azmi Shabana (@AzmiShabana) December 6, 2017 The wonderful movie traces the story of Mahavir Phogat and his famous Phogat daughters who have made India super proud. © UTV Movies The movie managed to stake in more than $6 million in China and Hong Kong in less than a week's time. The Nitesh Tiwari directed movie starred Fatima Sana Shaikh, Sanya Malhotra, Zaira Wasim, Sakshi Tanwar and Suhani Bhatnagar in lead roles. It's movies like these which give you a taste of Indian cinema in the perfect way.
  18. KARACHI: The Centre for Excellence in Journalism (CEJ) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Tuesday announced winners of the "Humanitarian Reporting Award 2017." Hundreds of entries, comprising news stories written or produced between Nov 1 and Nov 9, were submitted from across Pakistan in contest for the award, read a press statement. The winners and runners-up for the awards, focused on humanitarian journalism produced in three categories, are as follows: Mainstream Broadcast (Urdu) Winner Khawar Khan, Geo News Runner-up Umar Farooq, Voice of America Urdu Mainstream Print and Online (Urdu) Winner Aqeel Yousufzai, Akhbar e Khyber Runner-up Fariha Fatima, ARY News Mainstream Print and Online (English) Winner Shazia Hassan, Dawn Media Group Runner-up Ghulam Dastageer, Herald Magazine The panel of judges included News Director Aaj TV Aamer Ahmed Khan, Executive Producer at Geo News Munazza Siddiqui and KP Bureau Head of The Express Tribune Iftikhar Firdous. An award ceremony to honour the winners will be held at the CEJ-IBA on December 15.
  19. Nepotism is like a fashion trend that is 'hot' in B-town right now. Karan Johar has been branded as the torchbearer of it and is continuing the legacy. The latest backlash that his production company received was when the next project cum debut launch pad for Jhanvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khattar was announced. They both are making their debut with 'Dhadak'. #धड़ठ#dhadak A post shared by Ishaan Khatter (@ishaan95) on Nov 15, 2017 at 4:04am PST Ishaan, who is Shahid's brother is already going places. He has been travelling across film festivals with Majid Majid and the team of 'Beyond The Clouds' which is his debut. Even before his maiden Bollywood debut sees the light of the day, Ishaan has earned a fabulous reputation for his work. He has been awarded with the 'best actor' at the International Bosphorus Film Festival. Huge congratulations to ISHAAN on his very first Best Actor award! #BoÄaziciFilmFestivali ....so proud of you!!! And many more to come..... pic.twitter.com/L45JbsMIDu — Karan Johar (@karanjohar) November 27, 2017 This is Istanbul's most prestigious film festival and it surely is a big deal. Ishaan plays the character of a slum dweller in the movie and the lead actress with him is Malvika Mohan. A film still - Beyond the Clouds A post shared by Ishaan Khatter (@ishaan95) on Oct 11, 2017 at 10:16pm PDT His Hindi debut, 'Dhadak' is scheduled for a July 2018 release and Ishaan has already set the expectation bar super high. He might be associated to nepotism, but he surely has the fine talent which comes with pure hard work.
  20. Whether it was Argentinean talisman Diego Maradona or Brazilian veteran Pele, the pulsating game of football has witnessed many players etching their names in the history books as legends in different eras of the sport. Their long-range screamers got us on our feet, while the penalties they missed left us teary-eyed. But, football as a sport has rapidly evolved over the years with the ever-increasing level of competition demanding the best from athletes. And, in the modern era, no one has managed to dominate the game the way Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have for almost a decade now. Sharing one of the fiercest rivalries on the pitch, both Ronaldo and Messi have raised the bar to such a level where others - irrespective of their personal feats - seem just mediocre. If Ronaldo scores 50-odd goals in a single season, Messi goes on to make it 60 next year. When Messi hits a brace for Barcelona, Ronaldo can't help but pull off a hat-trick for Real Madrid. © Reuters Their never-ending battle to reign supreme witnesses new records being created, only to get shattered by them. And, the fact that they share nine Ballon d'Or awards between them shows the level of competition the pair brings to the game. While Messi staked his claim as the best with five Ballon d'Or awards, Ronaldo has been hot on his heels with four wins of his own. With this year's Ballon d'Or awards scheduled to be announced on 7th December, the football fraternity is anxious to determine whether Ronaldo can draw level with Messi, making it five wins apiece, or will it be the Argentine who'd extend his tally of the coveted award. © Reuters However, if the recent reports are to be believed, Ronaldo has reportedly been selected as this year's winner which means he will walk out of the prestigious awards ceremony with his fifth win next month. And, elated to find himself the winner, Ronaldo even made a secret phone call to Messi to tell him that he has won the award this year. According to Spanish newpaper Don Balon, the Real Madrid star called Messi to inform him about the same, ahead of next month's awards ceremony. Despite being fierce rivals on the pitch, both the players share mutual respect off it which is why Ronaldo's call to the Argentine has been interpreted out of respect, with Messi, too, congratulating him on his achievement. © Reuters The latest reports come in the wake of a leaked screenshot of the front cover of the France Football magazine - which runs the Ballon d'Or awards ceremony - that featured Messi with the award. While many believed Messi would go on to clinch his sixth Ballon d'Or this year, reports of the Spanish newspaper has made us believe otherwise. Many would label their duel as two superstars chasing personal glory, but for those who are smitten by the beautiful game; this year's Ballon d'Or could very well take the rivalry between Ronaldo and Messi to a new level. Whether you're a fan or not, Ronaldo's win next month (if there's one) will not only help him draw level with his rival, but it could also mean that 2018 will be a close-fought battle between the two - eventually bringing out their best and blessing football with their mercurial displays of talent.
  21. Pakistan film Saawan took home the best foreign film award at the 11th annual Alexandria Film Festival held in Virginia, USA. ?I am proud to announce that Saawan has won Best Foreign Film Award at the 11th annual Alexandria Film Festival held in Virginia, USA. Congratulation team Saawan on another win,? director Farhan Alam wrote on his Facebook page. The movie has been well received and the Pakistani Academy Selection Committee nominating it for Oscar consideration in the Foreign Language Film Award category for the 2018 Academy Awards. Saawan director Farhan Alam at the Alexandria Film Festival - Facebook Saawan, directed by Farhan Alam and written and produced by Mashood Qadri, is based on a true story of a disabled child who lives in a valley in the mountains of Balochistan. He is rejected by his father, intimidated by society, harassed by friends and left alone due to his disability. Strengthened by memories and dreams of the love of his mother, he begins a perilous journey back to his family in the main city. The film features Saleem Mairaj, Syed Karam Abbas, Arif Bahalim, Najiba Faiz and Imran Aslam in the lead roles. The other cast includes Tipu Sharif, Hafeez Ali, Sehrish Qadri, Sohail Malik, Shahid Niazmi, Muhammad Abbas, Danial Yunus, Mehek Zulfiqar and Syed Muhammad Ali. The film won 'Best Foreign Language Feature Film' award at the Madrid International Film Festival 2017 and the ?Best Film? and ?Best Soundtrack Award? at Salento International Film Festival in Italy earlier this year.
  22. For the second year in a row, Cristiano Ronaldo has been crowned FIFA's men's player of the year, but the one thing that stole the show – and everyone's hearts – was Lionel Messi's reaction. Marking his fifth individual FIFA award overall, the Real Madrid star beat his Barcelona rival, as well as Neymar, to take home the prize. Moreover, he didn't forget to tip his hat to Messi, who pushed him all the way last season, saying, “Thank you, the guys who voted on me. And a mention to Lionel [Messi] and Neymar.” © Twitter He continued, "My team-mates, my coach, my president, they support all the year so I say thank you to them. We are in England for the first time and I win consecutive efforts so it is a great moment for me. I appreciate the support, thank you very much. It's great to be here around these amazing players. I'm so happy, guys. Thank you very much.” Even though he didn't win, Messi proved what a classy guy he is with his reaction. He had a big smile and not even a hint of jealousy or anger as he watched Ronaldo collect his prize. His reaction immediately started getting a lot of praise online with people just being in awe of how humble he actually is. People started comparing his reaction to when Ronaldo watched Messi win one of his five Ballon d'Ors. Cristiano's reaction when Messi won the Ballon d'or vs Messi's reaction to Ronaldo winning it. The difference is called class. pic.twitter.com/VxtdUfb5l0 — FC Barcelona (@BarcaUniversal) October 24, 2017 Comparisons and praise was everywhere. This was Messi's reaction to Ronaldo winning. The most humble player ever. pic.twitter.com/uRuyhyL9Va — fabiano (@XaviTempo) October 23, 2017 Messi reaction to ronaldo winning. I love you Messi pic.twitter.com/MIdzKuyizH — Hamzah Bhuta (@Hamzah_bhuta_67) October 23, 2017 #Messi's reaction to ronaldo winning the award... I love that it doesn't even phase him. Like he knows he's the best and the show is rigged pic.twitter.com/J53UlYMc5c — Sarah (@AllAboutFutbol2) October 23, 2017 But, some people also pointed out that this is unfair since that account used that specific picture of Ronaldo to make him look petty. The difference is called "pictures timed perfectly to fit the 'i hate Ronaldo' agenda" ð´ — pirate (@sirfdrakey) October 24, 2017 Dafaq is the bias here "lets use this specific picture of Ronaldo to make him look bad and Messi smiling to make him look good" stupid asf. — Parsa Afshar (@AfsharParsa) October 24, 2017 pic.twitter.com/75UV5tuwRV — Kris Smith (@Krisman20) October 24, 2017 See, Ronaldo is also quite humble. Ronaldo was asked "is this the end of the Messi era?" His response: "No, it is not. Because Messi and I live in the same era." Class pic.twitter.com/kxzrB1fkpF — UNCLE URT (@KurtLaduma) October 24, 2017 Everyone can pit them both of them against each other but no one can deny they're both excellent players. Cristiano Ronaldo: "My son watches Messi's videos? I don't mind at all if my son watches videos of excellent players." pic.twitter.com/qvNP57x4Zg — Barça World (@BarcaWorId) October 25, 2017
  23. Syrian video journalist Waad Al Kateab. Image Courtesy: CNN Video LONDON: Syrian video journalist Waad Al Kateab on Monday won Britain's prestigious Rory Peck award for her horrific footage inside an Aleppo hospital in the aftermath of a deadly bombing. Al Kateab was awarded for her coverage inside east Aleppo's last functioning hospital, Al-Quds, in November 2016 as the rebel-held zone starting falling to the Syrian regime. Her footage "shows us so powerfully the horrors of war", said judges for the Rory Peck Trust, which supports freelancers globally. "I've seen this at least five times, and it still makes we well up. It is an exemplary piece of journalism." The harrowing footage from what was once Syria's most populous city, broadcast by Channel 4 News and ITN, opens with a traumatised toddler who sits silent and covered in dust as a woman tries to comfort him. "Oh my God! All my children are gone," cries the woman with blood down her face, the only adult of three families to survive the bombing of their apartment block. Following survivors of the attack around the hospital, Kateab filmed two young siblings searching for their mother; the children described by the narrator as "exhausted beyond words, by a life beyond description". Accepting the award, Kateab said her "only concern was that our story gets told". "Everything that happened in Aleppo is happening all over again," she said, addressing the audience from behind the scenes to protect her identity for security reasons. Kateab studied at Aleppo University and taught herself how to film, while she received further training from NGOs, Deutsche Welle Academy and Orient TV. Her reports from Aleppo have collectively been viewed by over 400 million people, the Rory Peck Trust said. East Aleppo was seized by the armed opposition in July 2012 and the city was recaptured by the Syrian army last December, following a devastating five-month siege. More than 330,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict began with anti-government protests in March 2011.
  24. Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud´s ´scorpion kick´ goal against Crystal Palace in January received the Puskas award for the goal of the year at the Best FIFA football awards in London on Monday. Veteran Juventus and Italy shot-stopper Buffon topped a three-strong shortlist for the goalkeeper award ahead of Real´s Keylor Navas and Bayern Munich´s Manuel Neuer. "I have to speak in English, it is a difficult moment," said the 39-year-old Buffon. "It is a great honour to receive this award at my age. I am proud. "The last year has been fantastic for Juventus and for me personally. It wasn´t enough to win in Europe. "I would like to finish with a fantastic victory for Italy next summer (at the 2018 World Cup in Russia)." Monday also saw the Puskas Award for the best goal of 2017 go to Arsenal´s Olivier Giroud. The France striker received the award named in honour of Hungary great Ferenc Puskas for a spectacular ´scorpion-kick´ against Crystal Palace in January. "I´m delighted to receive this trophy today in front of legends of football," said Giroud. The Frenchman´s flicked volley with his left foot that went in off the crossbar won ahead of goals from Venezuela´s Deyna Castellanos, 18, and South African goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke. Meanwhile tournament hosts the Netherlands´ achievement in winning their first major female football title, the 2017 Women´s European Championship, was recognised with Women´s Coach of the Year and Player of the Year awards for Sarina Wiegman and Lieke Martens respectively. Wiegman and Martens were unable to receive their awards in London as the Netherlands are playing Norway on Tuesday. The voting for the Best FIFA awards, equally weighted between national team captains, national team coaches, media and fans, closed last month.
  25. Cristiano Ronaldo´s stunning last season saw him win the 2017 Best FIFA men´s player of the year trophy as Real Madrid dominated a star-studded awards ceremony in London on Monday. The Portuguese ace, who has scored 44 goals in just 48 games for club and country so far this calendar year, played a major role in Real winning both La Liga and the Champions League. He scored twice in a 4-1 win over Juventus in the continental final at Cardiff´s Millennium Stadium on June 3. Real boss Zinedine Zidane took the corresponding manager of the year award, with the Spanish giants providing five players in the FIFA team of the year. Ronaldo won the inaugural Best FIFA men´s player of the year award last year following the end of a six-year merger between the FIFA honour and the Ballon D´Or. This year he saw off competition from longstanding Barcelona rival Lionel Messi and Paris Saint-Germain´s Neymar, with former Manchester United favourite Ronaldo receiving his trophy from Argentina great Diego Maradona and Brazil´s Ronaldo in a star-studded ceremony at the London Palladium theatre. "Thanks a lot for voting for me," said the Portuguese superstar. "I mention Leo and Neymar, great to be here. Real Madrid supporters, my team-mates, my coach, they all support me all year. "We are in England for the first time and I win consecutive awards," he added. "I am really glad, this is a great moment for me. I have fans all over the world." Zidane won out ahead of Chelsea´s Antonio Conte and Juventus´s Massimiliano Allegri to be crowned men´s coach of the year after becoming the first man to oversee a successful defence of the European Cup in the Champions League era. "I´d like to thank all of the players for making this possible," said Zidane. "This is a very special prize." Real´s superb campaign was recognised in a FIFA XI that featured Ronaldo and club-mates Toni Kroos, Luka Modric, Marcelo and Sergio Ramos. The team was completed by goalkeeper of the year Gianluigi Buffon, Leonardo Bonucci, Dani Alves, Andres Iniesta, Messi and Neymar.