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  1. You must have heard the phrase 'a man with a golden heart' lots of times but Indian cricketer KL Rahul just gave an example of what this phrase truly means in real life. The wicket-keeper batter donated a generous amount of Rs 31 lakh for the treatment of 11-year-old Varad, who is suffering from a rare blood disorder. The young kid needed 35 lakh for his treatment and that is when his father started a fundraiser. As KL Rahul, who is recovering from a hamstring injury, got to know about the kid, he immediately decided to bear the expenses of the treatment and donated Rs 31 lakh. Varad's mother Swapna thanked KL Rahul for his help.#KLRahul #IndianCricketTeam pic.twitter.com/Twoxmh6jV2 — CricTracker (@Cricketracker) February 22, 2022 The kid, who underwent a bone marrow transplant, is said to be recovering well. KL Rahul said he wishes to see Varad get back on his feet and live the dreams he wanted to achieve. “When I came to know about Varad’s condition, my team got in touch with GiveIndia so that we can help him in any way we could. I am glad that the surgery was successful, and he is doing well. I hope Varad gets back on his feet at the earliest and goes on to achieve his dreams. I hope my contribution inspires more and more people to come forward and help those in need,” KL Rahul was quoted as saying by Insidesport. After the news of KL Rahul's generous donation went viral on social media, fans hailed the noble gesture by the 29-year-old cricketer from Karnataka. #well done K.L RAHUL you are doing better and nice job — Aashish Karna (@AashishKarna11) February 22, 2022 A man with golden Hand And Golden heart — Cap America (@ssurya99) February 22, 2022 We need players like him, rohit, Dhoni, virat who do such acts of kindness whether for humans or animals or our mother earth . — Samriddh Bajaj (@BajajSamriddh) February 22, 2022 Great gesture https://t.co/3ZzWf0nbTq — Vivek. (@imvikky07) February 22, 2022 That's why he is a LEGEND @klrahul11 . https://t.co/LQguSaB62i — పెద్దరాయుడు (@imRishi_dhfm) February 22, 2022 Varad's mother thanked KL Rahul and said that without help from the cricketer, it would have been impossible for the family to carry out the surgery. “We are thankful to KL Rahul for donating such a large amount for Varad’s surgery. But for him, it would have been impossible to carry out the bone marrow transplant in such a short period of time. Thank you, Rahul,” said Varad’s mother. It is great to see cricketers coming out and helping those who are in need. Last year, Virat Kohli helped a former India cricketer by bearing the expenses of treatment of her mother. These gestures prove that our idols are not only great professionals but also kind-hearted individuals as well. View the full article
  2. Ever since the trailer of RRR dropped, all fans have been fixated on the incredible fitness levels of Ram Charan and Jr NTR. While Ram Charan's rippling muscles and bare-bodied charm has effortlessly captured the attention of everyone, one must not forget Jr NTR's entry in the trailer as Bheem, with a burst of unabashed, raw energy. View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram Fans are in awe, and there has been a buzz about whether that level of stamina can even be attained in real life, by regular folks like us. The answer, my friend, will make you very happy. Yes, stamina is something that can be built over time, with the right knowledge and practices. via GIPHY Here are 6 sureshot ways that will help you build stamina like Jr NTR in RRR. 1. Exercise Strength training, when done consistently, will definitely help you increase your stamina over a period of time. via GIPHY 2. Yoga Yoga is a verified boon for this. It helps with maintaining stress levels, as well as promotes endurance. via GIPHY 3. AshwagandhaIn Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is famous for promoting vitality as well as overall health. It also has shown improvement in stamina levels when consumed regularly. via GIPHY 4. CaffeineThis one is obvious. On days when you're feeling lethargic or low, you can definitely rely on caffeine to give you that energy boost. via GIPHY 5. MeditationWhen it comes to overall focus and dealing with fatigue, nothing is as effective as meditation in the long run. via GIPHY 6. MusicStudies have shown that music can help with cardiac efficiency, as well as help you focus more on your workouts, thereby helping with overall stamina. via GIPHY Try them, and you won't be disappointed. All the best! View the full article
  3. "Rizwan has great technique and could do really well across conditions, across attacks," writes Wisden
  4. Inspiration is something that can come from anywhere. While the source rarely matters, when it involves two of the best directors who really have excelled in their individual crafts, it perhaps is worthy of mention and even analysis. We're talking about two particular scenes from two movies that are as different as chalk and cheese, but it does look like one has been inspired from the other. via GIPHY The two movies in question are Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel that was released in 2013, and Satyajit Ray's iconic Bengali film Nayak, released way back in 1966. If you've scrolled this far, it's safe to say you know enough about Man Of Steel, but for the uninitiated, Nayak ('The Hero' in English) is one of those films that pin-point towards the rich legacy of Indian cinema. It stars 'Mahanayak' Uttam Kumar and Sharmila Tagore, and was directed by the one and only Satyajit Ray. While it's said that Ray's Nayak itself was inspired by an Ingmar Bergman film, there is an iconic scene in Man Of Steel (the pit of skulls bit from A New Krypton scene to be specific), which clearly has been inspired by a scene from Nayak. © IMDb While Man Of Steel is (obviously) about Superman, Nayak tells the story of an extremely successful film actor who is travelling on train to receive a prestigious award. He meets a journalist on his way, who starts interviewing him. His story of 7 flashbacks and 2 dreams is what makes the movie. via GIPHY Now, let us get to the scenes we're talking about. First, let's look at the scene from Nayak (1966). Please specifically focus on the end of the scene. Let us now look at the scene from Man Of Steel (2013). Again, please focus on the end of the scene. From an analytical point of view, the two scenes are not similar at all, from the perspective of storyline. According to Redittor Mrmazzz, "Nayak (which roughly translates from Bengali to English as The Hero) was inspired by an Ingmar Bergman film. It's a surprisingly reflexive film for Satyajit Ray, but you could also argue Ray had begun to move away from his realist mode by that time. It centers on a film star on a long train ride - it really reminds me more of The White Sheik (Felini). The scene in particular here is a dream sequence where basically our titular hero/star is being crushed by the encroachment of late capitalism upon his life and it's destroying himself and everything around him. The two scenes are visually similar, somewhat opposed to one another. Nayak is all about self discovery and dreams turning to nightmares. Man of Steel is a villain monologue by Zod that never achieves the blissful dreamlike qualities of the latter, despite a seemingly utopian setting, as it goes from 'neutral' to nightmare. Still a nice reference point." via GIPHY While such instances usually end up in fan wars or negativity, in this particular instance involving the two greats, fans are exhilarated and have opined that there is, in fact, nothing wrong when one great director 'takes inspiration' from another one - 'The God of Directors' in this case. View the full article
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