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  1. Sports in India have become more inclusive, especially for women and we have Bhawna Jat proving that right to all of us. In an overwhelming moment, this Rajasthan-born, has earned a place for herself in the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games 2020, in the 20km race walk and we are really very proud. © AFIIndia Race walking, is a long-distance discipline within the sports of athletics, where the foot has to be in contact with the ground at all times while walking. It's different from a regular race and has many participants, like Bhawna who has qualified from India for it. Bhawna has set a new national record and is now all set to book her ticket to Tokyo where the Olympics will take place in July this year. The 24-year-old athlete, clocked a record time of 1 hour, 29 minutes and 54 seconds, as she won the seventh National Race Walk championships. She beat the Olympic qualification mark of 1:31:00, quite easily. âMy target was 1:28 to 1:29, really put a lot of hard work in training over the last three months" she was quoted as saying by the Athletics Federation of India, after which she thanked her parents and the Indian Railways, where she is currently employed. Big result in Women's 20km, Bhawna Jat of #Rajasthan clocks 1:29.54 (Olympic Qualification time- 1:31.00) 7th National #RaceWalk Championships 2020 #Ranchi Priyanka Goswami narrowly miss Oly Q as she clocked 1:31.36@BhutaniRahul @g_rajaraman pic.twitter.com/ChtUexgIuw â Athletics Federation of India (@afiindia) February 15, 2020Bhawana Jat's previous best in the same category was 1:38:30, set in October last year and an improvement of nine minutes is quite a big deal. It is an extremely impressive feat as she will partake in the Olympics 2020 now. Bhawna will be following up on her sensational performance at the Nationals at the Asian Race Walking Championship next month. © PTI Bhwana trains in Jaipur, on her own, with the help of her coach Gurmukh Sihag, and has never taken part in any International tournament, in junior or senior level. She also has never been in a national camp under the Athletics Federation of India (AFI). But to see such a spirited athlete who has fought her way to one of the most prestigious global sporting events, is an inspiration for many women athletes in the country, who strive everyday to do their best in whatever field they're excelling in. © PTI âItâs a dream come true. I was doing in the range of 1:27:00s during training and so I knew that if the conditions are all right I would be able to breach this Olympic qualifying mark of 1:31:00s,â Bhawna recently told PTI in an interview. âIt was pure hard work in the last few months with my coach that I am being able to come up with this kind of performance,â she added. Currently Bhawna is employed as a train ticket examiner with the Indian Railways but come July, her world will surely turn around once she represents India in race walking in the Tokyo Olympics 2020. View the full article
  2. The annual â65th Filmfare Awards 2020â last night was a night full of glitz and glamour where all our favourite stars descended down on the red carpet and entertained the audience with what they do best. Here is a list of five best moments which defined the night for us: 1. Gully Boyâs big sweep One of the biggest movies of last year in terms of good content and a stellar star cast, Gully Boy won all the big awards including the best actor, best actress, best supporting actor, best supporting actor (Sidhant Chaturvedi) and best supporting actress as well. Ranveer shared a post exclaiming his excitement on receiving his award from Madhuri Dixit. View this post on InstagramA very special moment that Iâll never forget ðð½ receiving the Filmfare Best Actor trophy from one of the Greats..Legend of the silver screen..the one and only @madhuridixitnene . Etched in my heart forever â¤ï¸ #blessed #gratefulA post shared by (@ranveersingh) 2. Ananya Pandayâs (not surprising) nepotism win The cute actress won the award for the best debutante for SOTY 2 & Pati Patni Aur Woh. Now we are probably no authoritative figure to judge but her acting skills need some serious brushing and while we love a beautiful face on screen, we donât know how an award for this is justified bro. View this post on InstagramGrateful, blessed, honoured and humbled!! â¤ï¸ Filmfare for Best Debut (female) 2020 ð¤©Thank you thank you thank you @filmfare @jiteshpillaai and the entire team! 𥰠Love you @karanjohar @punitdmalhotra @apoorva1972 @dharmamovies @manishmalhotra05 @tigerjackieshroff @tarasutaria @dop007 and the entire cast and crew of SOTY 2 â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ my team - @ayeshadevitre @sajzdot @vardannayak @makeupbystacygomes @shnoy09 @fionadsouza14 this would be impossible without you guys ð¤ my family!!! Mama, Papa, Rysa U ROCK â¤ï¸ and last but definitely not the least - the audience and my supporters for giving me so much love - Iâll make u proud â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ðððA post shared by (@ananyapanday) 3. Ranveer & Kartikâs Love Aajkal moment As if he didnât torture us enough in his latest stint in Love Aajkal, Kartik Aaryan thought heâll share a âbromanticâ picture with Ranveer Singh in the same pose as the movieâs poster. Well, I think probably if that happens, it has a better chance of working out for fans than the sad aesthetic we got with this film. View this post on InstagramAnnouncing #LoveAajKal 2030 With @ranveersingh â¤ï¸ #RanTikA post shared by (@kartikaaryan) 4. Ayushmann Khurranaâs emotional letter Ayushmann won the well-deserved âbest actorâ award for Article 15. Being the beautiful man that he is, his style is a resonance of his own personality and his emotional note on his social media is proof of his phenomenal talent. View this post on InstagramFilmfare for the BEST ACTOR (critics). Sigh. When I wrapped up Article 15 I had posted a caption on my social media platforms stating that I just wrapped up the most important film of 2019. And Jitesh Pillai had asked me donât you think youâre being too pompous. Then I edited it and changed it to âone of the bestâ But tonight at this moment I stand corrected and validated. Thanks for your unconditional love Jitesh. ð Article 15 also won the best film in critics tonight. Thank you Anubhav sir, your new 2.0 version is that of legend. Kisi ne nahi socha tha ki main uniform mein achcha lagoonga. Aapki vision ko salaam. Film ke co writer Gaurav Solanki ke lekhan ko salaam. Bharat ke sanvidhaan ko salaam. Hindustan ki badalti awaam (audience) ko salaam.A post shared by (@ayushmannk) 5. Vicky Kaushalâs dance moves Vicky is a smooth guy and with his choice of movie and the PR around him as a brand, we only end up liking him more than we did in the previous year. This award saw Vicky burn the Filmfare stage with his co-stars. View this post on InstagramThese men are definitely hyping up our excitement and giving us some serious #FOMO feels! ððâ¥ï¸ðºðº #FilmfareAwards2020 @ranveersingh @vickykaushal09 . . . . #Bollywood #Celebrity #RanveerSingh #VickyKaushal #BollywoodStars #Instagram #InstaDaily #InstaLike #InstaLove #InstaMood #InstaBollywood #Video #InstaVideo #VideoOfTheDay #Filmfare2020 #AmazonFilmfareAwards #Malhari #TAKHT #AmazonFilmfareAwards2020 #Filmfare #FilmfareAwards #WeekendVibes #PostOfTheDay #Mumbai #India #Guwahati #Assam #PopDiariesA post shared by (@ipopdiaries) View this post on InstagramTowel boys @varundvn and @vickykaushal09 last night . . . #VarunDhawan #vickykaushal #varundvnfs #bollywoodnight #FilmfareAwardsA post shared by (@varundvnfs) View the full article
  3. 2020 is a promising year indeed, particularly, in terms of the entertainment that is coming our way. With a plethora of sequels releasing this year, Bollywood also has an interesting line-up of horror and comedy horror movies for us. Here are 5 movies weâre looking forward to the most this year: 1. Bhool Bhulaiya 2: The first instalment starring Akshay Kumar and Vidya Balan still remains one of the best Hindi movies till date. The whole mystery and the way it unfolds and oh yes, dancing to âAmi Je Tomaarâ, all of it makes it something weâd rewatch anytime. The second instalment is all set to release this July and stars Kartik Aaryan, Tabu and Kiara Advani in lead roles. View this post on InstagramIt's going to be a hilariously chilly ride! Step into the world of #BhoolBhulaiyaa2. See you in cinemas on 31st July 2020! @kartikaaryan @bhushankumar @muradkhetani #KrishanKumar @tseriesfilms @cine1studios @aneesbazmee @farhadsamji #AakashKaushikA post shared by (@bhoolbhulaiyaa2movie) 2. Roohi Afzana: This comedy-horror movie will star Rajkummar Rao and Janhvi Kapoor in the lead and tells the story of a ghost who kidnaps wives who are on their honeymoons. This will be Rajkummarâs second horror-comedy flick after Stree which, by the way, is also having its sequel made. Roohi Afzana has a tentative date for April. View this post on Instagram@rajkummar_rao , @janhvikapoor & @fukravarun making us all the more eager for Roohi Afzanaâs release. ð¿ð¥ . . #RajkummarRao #JanhviKapoor #VarunSharma #RoohiAfzana #BollywoodA post shared by (@iifa) 3. Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship: Starring Vicky Kaushal and Bhumi Pednekar in lead roles, this horror movie is reportedly based on true events which trace the story of a couple stranded on a ship. This is also the first part of a full-fledged franchise. The trailer is already out and looks pretty interesting. The movie is releasing on 21st February. 4. Laxmmi Bomb: This is the official Hindi remake of the Tamil horror-comedy hit Kanchana and stars Kiara Advani and Akshay Kumar in lead roles. Akshay Kumar is set to play the role of a man possessed by a ghost seeking vengeance. Akshay's first look created a huge buzz online when it was shared by the actor last year. View this post on InstagramNavratri is about bowing to the inner goddess and celebrating your limitless strength. On this auspicious occasion, I am sharing with you my look as Laxmmi. A character I am both excited and nervous about... but then life begins at the end of our comfort zone... isnât it? #LaxmmiBombA post shared by (@akshaykumar) 5. Haunted Hills © RSBS Films This low-budget movie stars Diana Khan and Zuber Z Khan as a married couple who go to the hills for their honeymoon, only to meet with a deadly tragedy which leaves the wife dead and her soul being stuck in a painting which was left incomplete by her. The movie is releasing on 28th February. View the full article
  4. The mobile fair is one of the biggest events worldwide to be cancelled so far owing to the virus that has killed more than 1,100 people to date
  5. Following the partition of British India in 1947, Pakistan and India have struggled consistently to see eye to eye. From cross-border tensions to varied political stands of their respective governments, the two neighbouring countries have developed one of the fiercest rivalries on the planet. And, there has been no respite in recent times either. Whether it was the 2008 Mumbai attacks or the dastardly Pulwama attacks last year, India and Pakistan almost came to the brink of war with subsequent air-strikes and aerial combats between the neighbouring countries in 2019. The intervening months only deepened the perennial enmity and the standoff between India and Pakistan continues. The tumultuous relations between the two nations have further transcended across sports. Owing to the severed bilateral ties, both India and Pakistan continue to deny their respective sports teams from visiting each other for numerous tournaments. But, India finds itself in a peculiar situation after an 'unofficial' team reportedly reached Pakistan for the upcoming Kabaddi World Cup. #KabbadiWC starts today Captains with trophy pic.twitter.com/6BKE7UcW4T â Kabaddi World Cup (@KabaddiWorldCup) February 9, 2020 According to media reports, the Punjab Kabaddi Association (PKA) has allegedly sent nearly 60 kabaddi players to Pakistan, the host nation for this year's edition of the World Cup that began on 9th February. Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju, on 10th February, clarified that no permission was sought to send kabaddi players to Pakistan for the coveted tournament. Tejinder Singh Midukheda, vice-president of Punjab Kabaddi Association revealed that the association had received an invitation from the Pakistan Kabaddi Federation for the competition. "These players have gone to play the Kabaddi match in their individual capacity. The permission was not required as they were not representing the country" Midukheda was quoted as saying by India Today. ????? ???? ???? ?? 2020 pic.twitter.com/860JN6Obnv â Kabaddi World Cup (@KabaddiWorldCup) February 6, 2020 Interestingly, the posters of Pakistan's Kabaddi World Cup shows India among the 10 participating nations. Moreover, the team, comprised of Amritpal Singh Ninni, Amritpal Singh, Arshdeep Singh, Gurlal Ghanaur, Kuldeep Singh, Malwinder Singh, Navjot Singh, Tarinder Singh, Vinay, Ravi Parkas and Deepak, which won its opening game against Germany on 10th February was seen donning the jersey that had the word 'India' inscribed on it. India beat Germany by 62/28 in Kabaddi World Cup here in Punjab stadium Lahore #IndvGer #KabaddiWC2020 pic.twitter.com/PkcsG3EGsl â Kabaddi World Cup (@KabaddiWorldCup) February 10, 2020 The Pakistan federation has also demanded an investigation into why the unauthorised players from India were being treated as the official Indian team. The latest developments further suggest that Pakistan Amateur Circle Kabaddi Federation (PACKF) has adjusted Indian players in the teams other participating nations like Australia, England and Canada. Team India enjoying stay at Lahore #KabaddiWorldCup pic.twitter.com/UOs3JHFj9G â Indian Kabaddi Team (@KabaddiIndia) February 10, 2020 Muhammad Sarwar, PACKF secretary-general, told TOI on the phone that Indian passport holders have been included in these teams who had initially travelled to Pakistan for the World Cup with only a handful of players. On the other hand, Justice SP Garg (retired), administrator of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI), has denied giving permission to any team to go to Pakistan for the tournament. Team India doing March Past at the opening ceremony of Kabbadi Worldcup 2020#KabaddiWorldCup pic.twitter.com/5ATvElOa0i â Indian Kabaddi Team (@KabaddiIndia) February 9, 2020 âNo permission was ever granted by AKFI to any team to go to Pakistan and play any kabaddi match there. We came to know about it only after information was sought. AKFI does not support any such activity. Legal action may be taken,â Garg said in a statement. âWe had got the invitation for this event last year. Players have played in such tournaments individually and on their own.â Harpreet Singh Baba, coach of the team India #KabaddiWC2020 â Indian Kabaddi Team (@KabaddiIndia) February 10, 2020 Harpreet Singh Baba, coach of the alleged Indian kabaddi team, told Indian Express: "Each of us had applied for visa individually and the team was named India since the tournament is called the World Cup. If there was any objection from the Ministry of External Affairs, sports Ministry, Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI) or Punjab Kabaddi Federation, they should have stopped us from coming here. We have come here on a valid visa. Most of these players have played across the world as individuals in various events". First ever #KabaddiWorldCup which begin in #Pakistan on Sunday came into controversy after Amateur Kabaddi Federation if India denied to have sent any Indian Kabaddi team to Pakistan to participate in the event. Sarvar Bhatt General Secretary from Pakistan also raised finger.1/3 pic.twitter.com/G9oHAT5za1 â Ravinder Singh Robin ?????? ???? ??????????? ???? (@rsrobin1) February 9, 2020 The first-ever Kabaddi World Cup hosted by Pakistan has a prize money of one crore (Pakistan rupees). The tournament kicked off at Punjab Stadium in Lahore on 9th February. The matches will also be played on 12th, 13th and 14th February in Faisalabad and Gujarat. The all-important Kabaddi World Cup final will take place on 16th February in Lahore. View the full article
  6. The Academy Awards are always a visual delight and an adrenaline-pumping aesthetic exercise which keeps the entire planet glued irrespective of the various time zones one might be in. So while there were a few hits and misses like always, here are a few iconic moments which are going viral on social media and for reasons we know are true: 1. Brad Pittâs Dope Entry On The Red CarpetWith the amount of Brad weâre seeing on the internet lately, it feels like we are back in time when he and Jen were on every magazine cover. Jokes apart, the man won his first Oscar as an actor today, but was already all over social media when he made that casual yet dope entry with a vape in his hand. BRAD PITT vaping at OSCARS? #oscars. #bradpitt. #redcarpet pic.twitter.com/W6AKzAY8Bl â Thomas Lopez (@EXTREMEMINDD) February 10, 2020 2. Actress Natalie Portmanâs Statement OutfitWeâre giving her the âbest dressedâ award already because what a queen! The actress wore a custom made Dior gown which had the names of female directors who were not nominated. Rebel with a cause and how we love her for that! natalie portman has all the female directors who were snubbed embroidered on her cape. this legend #oscars pic.twitter.com/sUtYOmhvZz â courtney (@infamousmargot) February 10, 2020 3. Julia Butters Bringing Her Own Turkey Sandwich In Her PurseWell, turns out, Miss Butters not only has a delicious last name but her priorities in life are also equally deliciously good. The Once Upon A Time In Hollywood actress got her own home-made turkey sandwich in her purse and we are living for this content. Julia Butters brought a turkey sandwich in her purse because "I don't like some of the food here. #Oscars pic.twitter.com/sCDTr4GZYq â Amy Kaufman (@AmyKinLA) February 9, 2020 4. Eminemâs Surprise PerformanceThe rap God had the entire world bowing down to his âsurpriseâ act and shook the planet. Here are all the audience reactions to Eminemâs surprise #Oscar performance... pic.twitter.com/zO4YFSGTkO â XXL Magazine (@XXL) February 10, 2020Just when I thought the #Oscars were getting boring THEY BRING OUT F-CKING EMINEM WITH LOSE YOURSELF!!!!#Oscars #Eminem standing O for the GOAT epic moment ð¼ pic.twitter.com/XDCJ2kMo5a â Hemanth Ramesh (@Hemanth_Ramesh1) February 10, 2020 5. Parasiteâs Big WinA movie that created history and not just ended up in a âforeign categoryâ mention but won the freaking âbest feature filmâ Oscar! Bong Joon Hoâs epic speech made us cheer louder. #Oscars Moment: Bong Joon Ho accepts the Oscar for Best Directing for @ParasiteMovie. pic.twitter.com/b7t6bYGdzw â The Academy (@TheAcademy) February 10, 2020 6. Joaquin Phoenixâs Winning SpeechHe made us fall in love with who he is as a human and not just as an actor. You rock, bro! #Oscars Moment: Joaquin Phoenix wins Best Actor for his work in @jokermovie. pic.twitter.com/M8ryZGKGHV â The Academy (@TheAcademy) February 10, 2020 View the full article
  7. The Oscars 2020 has given us some iconic moments and the Brad Pitt-Leonardo DiCaprio hug is topping the list. The particular picture of âthe hugâ is trending on Twitter and the internet is emotional after witnessing the whole scenario. Brad Pitt bagged the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role in the film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood and as soon as his name was announced, Brad got up and went to hug his co-star in the film Leonardo DiCaprio, who was seated near him. People are hyperventilating and calling it a âhistorical moment.â Check out the picture here- View the full article
  8. In the year 2009, AR Rahman became the first Indian composer to win two Oscars for his original score in Danny Boyleâs Slumdog Millionaire. The film, which was based on the life of a young man on a journey to find love and competing for money on the television show âKaun Banega Crorepatiâ or âWho Wants To Be A Millionaireâ, bagged eight Oscars including the best motion picture. Check out the iconic song Jai Ho- The iconic song, âJai Hoâ, made it to Oscars ceremony this year for which Rahman had won gold for original score and original song in Danny Boyleâs âSlumdog Millionaireâ. According to IANS, American composer-lyricist-actor Lin-Manuel Miranda presented the Montage that included songs from âSlumdog Millionnaireâ, âTitanicâ and âWayneâs Worldâ. Desi people are especially deligted as it's a very proud moment for all Indians all over the world. Hereâs what people on social media have to say- Yes, it just did! Did #JaiHo just play alongside #MyHeartWillGoOn and others as Hollywoodâs most iconic songs? @arrahman ð¼ #Oscars2020 â Jamal Shaikh (@JamalShaikh) February 10, 2020 Proud moment⦠#Jaiho played at the #Oscars2020 ... Wow.. what a moment @arrahman Sir... â HARDEEP SINGH DANG (@rojajimmy) February 10, 2020 We agree. Just saw glimpse of #JaiHo, oh my god, fetus #DevPatel was cute #Oscars2020 â Ritz (@RitzisAFan) February 10, 2020 Too happy. Nice hearing the original #JaiHo from #SlumdogMillionaire.#Oscars â SLPhotos@Katsucon2020 (@Two_Cams25) February 10, 2020 Donât we all love this? Love Jai Ho! #slumdogmillionaire #Oscar â Adnan Virk (@adnansvirk) February 10, 2020 A.R. Rahman is known for his versatile music and has created some of the best-known music for almost two decades now. The clip ended with Eminemâs 2002 film â8Mileâ and then he himself performed âLose yourselfâ to which he got a much-deserved standing ovation. He also tweeted, âLook, if you had another shot, another opportunity⦠Thanks for having me @TheAcademy. Sorry it took me 18 years to get here.â Hereâs the Tweet- Look, if you had another shot, another opportunity... Thanks for having me @TheAcademy. Sorry it took me 18 years to get here. pic.twitter.com/CmSw2hmcZo â Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) February 10, 2020 View the full article
  9. Before all you Matt Damon and Christian Bale hopefuls come swinging at me with a nice, hefty wrench, letâs all step back a bit. Ford v Ferrari, on paper, has always been my dream as a motor enthusiast to see recreated on film. The story of plucky driver Ken Miles and his adventures on the famed 13-odd kilometres of Le Mans were like campfire stories of old for racing fans - told through the ages by countless books, documentaries and the like. You can feel it on the pages of the 2009 book Go Like Hell and its tense, minute-by-minute interview recollections, you can feel it when watching that much-loved TopGear special with the GT40. But you cannot 'feel' it while watching Ford v Ferrari, and hereâs goddamn why. 1. For A Racing Film, The Pacing Is Stuck In First Gear © 20th Century Fox Donât get me wrong, itâs fun to watch the racing itself, for a while - the sounds and angles captured are enjoyable especially in a theatre setting. I will, however, admit that I got a bit tired of watching the camera cut constantly to Bale and his ever-deepening grimace during these sequences. No, the problem here is with pace - the editing kind. For a film all about racing, the opening 45 minutes or so are painfully sluggish and the reason seems abundantly clear. Throughout the film, it seems that director James Mangold has gone out of his way to provide a âmoralâ to the events of Le Mans - clumsily hammering the chaotic events surrounding â66 into an overused feel-good template that weâve seen in every sports film, ever. 2. Dialogue Writing? Whatâs That? © 20th Century Fox Granted, the film does have a few good dialogue moments (youâll see below) - itâs the inconsistency here that pulls the film down severely. Characters constantly state the obvious - from the unnamed Porsche executive who early on observes Ken Miles (Christian Bale) and mutters, âAh, he is good, but difficultâ - mere seconds after we see Ken lose his cool, smash the windshield of his car and proceed to win the race. No shit, Mr Porsche. This would have mattered at least a little if the character had some kind of plot relevance, but unfortunately, heâs discarded in a mere four minutes of screentime. The problem rears its head again towards the end of the film. When Carrol Shelby (Matt Damon) needs to spur on Ken during crucial moments of a preliminary race, thereâs no snappy words or realistic rag-tag solution to the limitations of their race team - Ken is simply told to go faster, and the film treats this âadviceâ as some kind of messianic revelation. 3. The Wrong Title © 20th Century Fox Midway through the flick, thereâs this one scene that I believe actually captured the spirit of what makes the â66 story so interesting - when the fiery Italian-American rivalry between Ferrari Enzo and Henry Ford II gets ignited. Played by Remo Girone, Enzo spits out a string of obscenities in Italian at Fordâs executive (played by Jon Bernthal of Punisher fame) - itâs gloriously fun to watch and is more than inspired by similar scenes in films like The Godfather. Unfortunately, this is the only real Ford v Ferrari moment in the film. Despite the incredible potential for playing around with the heavy-handed corporate figures that literally have the names Ford and Ferrari, the film chooses to focus on Kenâs private life instead, and quiet dad-son moments that feel more Disney than Daytona. Nothing wrong there again - but certainly nothing new for serious film enthusiasts, and nothing interesting for gearheads either. 4. Historical Inaccuracies © 20th Century Fox Straying away from the facts in historical films is a thin line to walk, and it seems that filmmakers choose to either walk that line with absolute focus (Black Hawk Down), backflip off the line in spectacular chaos (Inglourious Basterds) but more often than not, stumble their way towards the credits and quietly show themselves out. This film is clearly the latter. There are a few cherry-picked moments of historical clarity - the yarn air resistance test and removable brakes were neat, accurate nods towards the world of 1960s racing tech. Unfortunately, the film takes massive dramatic liberties with what it pays the most attention to - its characters. Shelby and Miles get into full-fledged fistfights in the movie, which Shelby (in his biography) claims was never the kind of relationship they had. Strapping the Ford CEO into a racecar without protection was another dramatic twist of fact, while even the final scenes made major changes to the original tale - going so far as to change Milesâ death so that it poetically fits in with a forgettable line from earlier in the film. 5. Everyone Is A Stereotype © 20th Century Fox For me, this is the greatest sin this film commits and it does so with pretty much every single character. Miles is a stubborn racer, and nothing else. Shelby is a good-boy car designer, and nothing else (despite the real-life Shelby going through multiple marriages and raunchy detours from them during the years depicted in the film). Leo Beebe (Josh Lucas) plays the creepy marketing head-honcho for Ford, and is never given a chance to hold his role with some kind of justification or backstory - all he appears as is a moustache-twirling executive who wants Miles gone, because the film needs a villain to maintain its âmoral of the storyâ. All in all, the film quite simply isnât on par with the rest of the Oscar lineup - and feels like an old white manâs film designed for a white manâs jury. While films such as Parasite play around with nuanced social satire and Joker weaves together psychological narratives with stellar acting, the good bits of Ford v Ferrari seems much like the fate of Ken Miles at the 24 Hours of Le Mans â66 - underutilised, underappreciated and pulled down for the sake of looking good. View the full article
  10. Like it or not, the Academy Awards are always a big deal. For the makers, for the actors, for the crew and all those who work behind the scenes to create some of the most meaningful, memorable, hard-hitting and precious audio-visual masterpieces, year after year moving beyond the limits of medium, language, geography and reception, it's the highest accolade. © Twitter For this reason, the Oscars holds a special place in the hearts of every individual connected to the creatively-charged entertainment industry. While it is a coveted dream for many to take the golden boy home, what people didnât know about was the extravagantly grand goodie bag that comes with it. © Twitter Apparently, Oscar winners get a goodie bag which is sent to their residences after the Awards ceremony comes to an end, and unlike other goodie âbags,â this one is usually a suitcase instead. And, if reports are to be believed, the Oscars 2020 goodie bag is worth around $215,000 or a whopping Rs 1,53,58, 202! © Twitter This is what the Oscars 2020 goodie bag allegedly contains: 1. 5-nights stay at the Waikiki Beachcomber hotel 2. 12-day cruise from Scenic Eclipse 3. Millianna crystal earrings 4. A 24-karat gold vape pen 5. A Royal Chakra bath bomb 6. A meditation headband from Muse 7. A 1-year membership to LiveItUp, in which celebrities will receive free life skills text messages from financial, health and wellness experts 8. Reportedly, winners also get to choose from a selection of high-end treatments, such as laser skin resurfacing, Botox and chemical peels I mean, this is so extra, we are sure Ranveer Singh is feeling threatened right now. View the full article
  11. Auto Expo 2020 was in full swing this week with dozens of launches, concept car showcases and exciting new directions for the world of automotive engineering. While the lionâs share of podiums and presentations went to four-wheelers and exciting new concepts for Indian electric vehicles or EVs, the revolution has picked up immensely for two-wheelers as well. Dozens of scooters, motorcycles - even ATVs and trikes were displayed, all with zero emissions and the latest in electric motor technology. We met up with Hero Electric MD, Naveen Munjal, for a few insights into the horizons faced by electric vehicle manufacturers today. âWeâve introduced these new vehicles this time around to basically test the market - to see if there is a market for these kinds of products - how big the market is,â he explains. âSo far, the interest weâve been getting is amazing. We havenât quoted any kind of price right now, but people are coming out and telling us that the product is right for them.â © Sharan Sanil; The AE-47 Electric Sports Concept. Seems to take heavy design cues from Hondaâs CB300R. Hero decided to go all guns blazing for the concept vehicles they had on show - with the most powerful and interesting being the above-pictured AE-47. âThis motorcycle, for example, is taking on the premium segment as a high-performance vehicle capable of around 100-odd kmph and a range of around 80 to 120km, depending on usage,â continued Munjal. âThe model aims to target say, a customer who enters the EV market by buying a low-speed vehicle, and may want to graduate to a higher-speed motorcycle down the line. We donât want this customer to leave our ecosystem, unless they move on to an electric car which isnât our space as a company.â This is all indicative of long-term plans - both by manufacturers as well as buyers. With the recent shifts in government deadlines for vehicle makers, the pressure is on, to create not just an accessible and well-supported electric market - but to do so without intimidating customers. Several first-time potential buyers are faced with two kinds of teething issues with EVs today - charge time and what Munjal terms as ârange anxietyâ, referring to the worry that electric vehicles will run out of charge before reaching a destination. © Sharan Sanil; The AE-3 electric trike features a special gyroscopic sensor - it aims to help underconfident beginners and senior citizens feel planted, stable and confident on a traditional two-wheeler setup. âFor our current range of vehicles, we have all of them outfitted with portable batteries,â says Munjal, dismissing the former concern as unimportant. âEven if youâre living in an apartment block, you can take your battery home, charge it, plug it back in the next morning and go on for your commute. Anywhere, whether youâre going to your office or wherever - it fits into your lifestyle. You donât have to worry about having a charging station - that is immaterial.â âComing back to range anxiety, and people worrying about âwhat if [I run out of charge,]ââ explains Munjal, âweâve run experiments with our consumers where we provide (in some cities) 300 charging points in a 5km radius of their neighbourhoods. This helps them realise that if they do run out of charge, they can simply park and load their batteries. The sales in these areas have reflected an increase, showing that the initiative is working well for us - itâs about the comfort factor for our customers." If anything, the future for electric seems to be ever-morphing into the present. While most units on display were concepts, weâre assured that price and launch announcements will reach us sometime in 2020. In case you (like me) were interested in something a little more traditional and exciting, motorcyclists thronged around the Aprillia and Suzuki podiums, which featured some pretty incredible toys - although fan favourites such as KTM, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Triumph, Honda and more were decidedly absent. © Sharan Sanil; Aprilliaâs RSV4 Factory-Spec model is a V4 all-Italian stallion - many consider it to be the best-sounding motorcycle of todayâs modern superbike roster. © Sharan Sanil; Moto Guzziâs V85TT is another mid-size scrambler with exotic credentials and an unusual quirk unique to the company, with their trademark transverse V-twin powerplants. © Sharan Sanil; A cheeky view of the Suzuki Katana - an 80s-90s legacy model revived after over 20 years. This slick Japanese Sport Tourer turned heads and will hopefully make it onto Indian shores. © Sharan Sanil; Possibly the biggest draw for racing enthusiasts at the Expo, Suzuki surprised us by bringing their MotoGP machine as a guest of honour at their podium. However, despite the petrol and internal combustion charms of these awesome bikes, Munjal reflects on how a lithium-ion powered future is anything but boring. âElectric is exciting,â exclaims Munjal. âRight now, in a lot of cases weâre making an effort to just get butts on the seats. Once you ride it, youâll understand just how exciting a product it is - a lot of people otherwise form their own opinions - itâs about just trying it once, and then youâll get sold on it.â View the full article
  12. The 32nd lucky draw of Rs25000 prize bond will be held in Faisalabad
  13. Rs7500 prize bond draw will be held at the State Bank of Pakistan, Hyderabad
  14. The year 2020 looks promising in terms of the variety of movies which are being made and the genres of entertainment that will be served to us are in plenty as well. Amidst this buffet of movies that will come our way, like every year, new and fresh faces will be seen making their debut on the silver screen and letting the audience decide how they fare. Here are seven fresh faces all set to make 2020 more colourful with their promising performances. 1. Alaya FPooja Bedi's gorgeous daughter Alaya made her Bollywood debut in the Saif Ali Khan and Tabu starrer Jawani Jaanemann and is already getting some pretty good feedback for her acing skills and a good choice of debut. View this post on Instagram#TheFutureIsEQUAL . Styled by @sanamratansi Make up by @themakeupmaven__ Photo by @devsphotographyofficialA post shared by (@alaya.f) View this post on InstagramThere is no better problem than having too many nice photos to choose fromð . Styled by @sanamratansi Hair & Make Up by @themakeupmaven__ Photo by @devsphotographyofficialA post shared by (@alaya.f) 2. Ahan ShettySuniel Shettyâs son and Athiyaâs younger brother Ahan will be seen in Tadap opposite Tara Sutaria. View this post on Instagramwinter in the sunA post shared by (@ahan.shetty) View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@ahan.shetty) 3. Keerthy SureshThis talented girl already enjoys a stellar fan following down South and has even won a National award for Mahanti in 2018. She will be seen making her debut in Maidaan with Ajay Devgn. View this post on InstagramFor the dinner meet, post the National Awards. Custom made Outfit by - @apekshathelabel Jewellery - @amrapalijewels M&H - @moovendhar_makeup @hairbyrajabali Photography - @neil_chakraborty Styling - @shravyavarma #styledbyshravyavarmaA post shared by (@keerthysureshofficial) View this post on InstagramAt the 66th National Awards ceremony Outfit - @sabyasachiofficial Jewellery- @sabyasachijewelry Photo- @neil_chakraborty Styling - @shravyavarma #styledbyshravyavarmaA post shared by (@keerthysureshofficial) 4. Manushi ChhillarThe former beauty queen will be seen as the poignant Sanyogita in the Prithviraj Chauhan biopic opposite Akshay Kumar. View this post on InstagramFeeling blessed ðð»ð« #Prithviraj puja #Diwali2020 @akshaykumar #DrChandraprakashDwivedi @yrf @prithvirajmovieA post shared by (@manushi_chhillar) View this post on InstagramðA post shared by (@manushi_chhillar) 5. Krystle DâSouzaAfter ruling the TV screen for years, this gorgeous woman is shifting to the silver screen and will be seen making her debut in Chehre with Big B and Emraan Hashmi. View this post on InstagramFirsts are always so special ! I am so happy to be associated with @AnandPandit in his next film #Chehre . I Couldnât have asked for anything more than to share screen space with the industry's best in my first !! Chehre, In cinemas from 24th April 2020 . . . @amitabhbachchan @therealemraan @anandpandit #RuumyJafry @annukapoor @rhea_chakraborty @krystledsouza @siddhanthkapoor @raghubir_y #DhritimanChatterjee #SaraswatiFilms #APMP @anandpanditmotionpicturesA post shared by (@krystledsouza) View this post on InstagramItâs SaturYayyyyyA post shared by (@krystledsouza) 6. Shalini PandayThe beautiful girl who mesmerised fans as Preethi is Arjun Reddy will be seen opposite none other Ranveer Singh in Jayeshbhai Jordaar. View this post on InstagramItâs in the eyes. Always the eyes.A post shared by (@shalzp) View this post on InstagramA grateful heartðð½A post shared by (@shalzp) 7. LakshyaThe new handsome face of Dharma Productions will be seen with Kartik Aaryan and Janhvi Kapoor in Dostana 2 this year. View this post on InstagramNew beginnings, this new year ð#dharmafamilyA post shared by (@itslakshya) View this post on InstagramGame face on ð¤ð»A post shared by (@itslakshya) View the full article
  15. Saurav Ganguly is arguably one of the most successful captains of the Indian cricket teamâs history. Recently, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has requested the current BCCI President to be the Goodwill Ambassador of Team India for the Tokyo Olympics 2020. According to IANS, IOA Secretary General Rajeev Mehta wrote to Ganguly asking him to be at the games which will be held in Tokyo from July 24 to August 9. View this post on InstagramAll set to goA post shared by (@souravganguly) He also wrote, "We are expecting participation of about 100-200 athletes across 14-16 sports disciplines at Tokyo 2020. Team is a mix of senior athletes as well as youngsters who are making their debut at the Olympic Games.â "You are an inspiration for a billion people, especially the youth. As an administrator you have always nurtured young talent. We are hopeful that your association with Team India to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 would be a boost for our young athletes and a privilege for the Olympic movement in India," he added. View this post on InstagramAt the wankhede stadiumA post shared by (@souravganguly) We all know that Ganguly, the Indian team Captain, is widely loved and has fans across the globe. The invitation letter also stated, "We hope you will generously extend your support for Team India to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.â View this post on InstagramA good fitness session in a cold morning is very freshning ....A post shared by (@souravganguly) Earlier, legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, Salman Khan, A.R. Rahman and Beijing Olympic gold medalist Abhinav Bindra were Goodwill Ambassadors for the Rio Games in 2016. View the full article
  16. The song, 'Tayyar Hain Hum' has been criticised by a number of cricket fans and music lovers
  17. The only thing people can talk about today is Budget 2020, quite understandably. It was presented by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in the Lok Sabha today in a session that lasted about two and a half hours. Honestly, I don't understand it at all but basically here are the highlights. For people with an income between Rs 5 lakh and Rs 7.5 lakh per annum, tax rates have been reduced to 10%, and for those earning between Rs 7.5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh per annum, the income tax rate has now been slashed to 15% from 20%. For people in the Rs 10 lakh and Rs 12.5 lakh slab, the tax rate is now 25% and for those earning up to Rs 5 lakh, no tax shall be levied. However, the main problem with the Budget 2020 presentation was that this information was revealed at the very end. People probably got tired of waiting and used the time in a productive way - making memes. Just like every year, Twitter is flooded with jokes about the Budget this time as well, since meme is the only language that anybody can understand. #Budget2020 Nobody: CAs today: pic.twitter.com/6CfKHDxhrf â Sagar (@sagarcasm) February 1, 2020 Oops. #Budget2020 Govt collecting tax from Middle Class: pic.twitter.com/qSZb2ui5FN â رÙÙاÙا (@RomanaRaza) February 1, 2020 I'm confused. You can benefit from the new tax slabs if you forego the existing deductions which help you save tax. #Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/mT5Nt9nsGT â Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) February 1, 2020 Hmm. Me calculating the income tax I have to pay without working. #Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/O2xxHLOD3j â Sagar (@sagarcasm) February 1, 2020 Poor guy. Cant blame him.. Anyone else struggling to keep awake ?#Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/UbofdMq4Wg â My Fellow Indians (@MyFellowIndians) February 1, 2020 Oh no. Farmers After Every Budget..#Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/Z6CBg4yAuo â Babu Bhaiya (@Shahrcasm) February 1, 2020 "It's been 84 years." Middle class waiting for income tax part of the budget speech.. #Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/DiOfpAE1G9 â The-Lying-Lama 2.0 (@KyaUkhaadLega) February 1, 2020 Good comparison. Budget is like new year resolution, new schemes announcements every year without fulfilling them#Budget2020 â DR. GILL 2.0 (@ikpsgill1) February 1, 2020 I was a commerce student and I understand nothing. Commerce students watching the budget. #Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/QatNZA0aZY â Sagar (@sagarcasm) February 1, 2020 Ouch. Benefits for middle class people.#Budget2020 #BudgetSession2020 pic.twitter.com/XF8KZDDpUm â 㤠㤠㤠(@theesmaarkhan) February 1, 2020 Good idea. #Budget2020 Chumma keep announcing schemes. Maybe they should start each budget with a small report card on the status of the schemes announced last year. â Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) February 1, 2020 Same. Middle class opinion on Tax cut after Budget 2020#Budget2020 pic.twitter.com/BHvXn4AMxL â Santosh Kamath (@BeingBewda) February 1, 2020 View the full article
  18. OnePlus smartphones are slowly becoming the premium Android smartphone that everybody loves. While OnePlus smartphones have almost all the bells and whistles of a premium smartphone, it still lacks one major feature that is present on almost every flagship device. Wireless charging on OnePlus smartphones has always been the most requested feature by fans and critics alike and it seems like the Chinese company is finally looking to fulfil those requests. © Youtube/Gheorghe Daniel In a previous rumour, OnePlus 8 Pro was rumoured to feature the said feature, however, the company may have just dropped a huge hint this week. OnePlus joined the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), the standard that regulates Qi wireless charging used by smartphones. MobileScout spotted OnePlus joining the consortium and it means that OnePlus is definitely looking to include wireless charging on future devices. © Samsung While wireless charging is a slower method to charge smartphones but is very convenient. Personally, I use it on the nightstand for charging my iPhone 11 Pro Max and the Galaxy Note 10+ overnight. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has previously been unsure about wireless charging as it is too slow, however, when charging overnight, we really donât need those faster-charging speeds. © BCCL However, OnePlus joining the Wireless Power Consortium only reassures the possibility that the OnePlus 8 Pro could, in fact, come with the feature as previously reported. Granted that wireless charging increases the cost of manufacturing of the smartphone and we could only see it as a feature on the more expensive Pro models. Having said that, it is exciting to see that we may one day have a OnePlus smartphone that will support wireless charging. It is also possible that reverse wireless charging may also be a significant feature that can be used to charge accessories such as smartwatches and wireless earbuds. Source: MobileScout View the full article
  19. With every new year that comes and goes, there is one thing that never seems to change. No, we donât mean the government, you fool. Itâs our shared love and subconscious dependency on all things Bollywood. It has become a recurrent event, one where we not only look forward to, but also think of making plans around movie releases which seem to hold potential. And that does not necessarily depend on just the plot or trailer, but a lot of it stems from the level of attraction and sense of loyalty we feel towards certain Bollywood stars who come to make all the difference. 2020 is going to be no different because a number of really exciting movies by leading Bollywood A-listers are lined up throughout the year which hold the promise to be totally paisa-wasool. Here are eight such movies weâre rooting for. 1. '83 © BCCL The third installment of Rohit Shettyâs mega successful cop universe, Sooryavanshi will see Akshay Kumar playing the lead opposite Katrina Kaif, and thatâs a promising pairing right there. After Bajirao Singham and Sangram Simmba Bhalerao, we sure have high hopes from DCP Veer Sooryavanshi. 3. Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan © Instagram/Ayam Mukerji Another multi-starrer that is set to greet our screens in 2020, the Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt starrer fantasy-adventure drama will be the first installment of the trilogy. Brahmastra also stars biggies like Amitabh Bachchan, Nagarjuna, Dimple Kapadia and Mouni Roy among others in pivotal roles. 5. Angrezi Medium © Viacom 18 When Aamir Khan announced that he is all set to star in the Bollywood remake of the Hollywood classic movie Forrest Gump, we didnât know if we were ready to welcome Laal Singh Chaddha. However, given Aamirâs past record (barring Thugs Of Hindostan, of course) people are pinning a lot of hopes on this remake. 7. Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai © For Star Studios Akshay Kumar starrer Laxmmi Bomb is going to be yet another remake of a successful south Indian film titled Kanchana. Kiara Advani will be playing the female lead, and given the stellar posters of the film, people are really expecting an explosive performance from Akshay. View the full article
  20. Sara Ali Khan, Kartik Aaryan spotted together at Umang 2020Bollywood starlet Sara Ali Khan and her former boyfriend Katrik Aaryan stepped on to the red carpet together at Umang 2020 on Sunday. The Love Aaj Kal stars were snapped together at the event, organized every year in honour of Indian police. Sara Ali Khan looked stunning in all white traditional shalwar kameez while Kartik was dressed in a casual suit with a pastel coloured jacket. The couple also appeared on the sets of Bigg Boss 13, hosted by Salman Khan, for the promotion of their upcoming film Love Aaj Kal. The film will be released on February 14, 2020. The Simmba actress and Pati Patni Aur Woh star have announced to watch the film together and called it a ‘date night’.
  21. Foodies in the city of lights have started to come together in the ongoing chilly Karachi weather to tantalise their taste buds at the Karachi Eat 2020. The seventh edition of the festival which kicks off today (January 10 till Sunday, January 12) will have numerous eateries competing with each other. Just like every year, this year will also have many new and aspiring chefs making their debut. But what does Karachi Eat have to offer desi food lovers this time around? Here's a look: The Incr-Edible HulkNaans are a staple diet with almost every desi food. However, Cloud Naan has come up with a unique take on the flatbread. At this year's festival, Cloud Naan is set to introduce Karachi to "Incr-Edible Hulk". Go to stall 83 and tantalise your taste buds with a naan filled with green chicken tikka. Geelawat KababLucknow is famous for it's connection with the Nawabs, but the city also introduced a fresh new take on kebabs. If your'e looking for some Gelawat Kabab's head to Saniya's Kitchen at stall 36 to get a taste of Lucknow. Nulli Chapli Kebab with NaanYou may have heard of nulli nehari but have you heard of Nulli Chpli Kebab's? Stop by at stall 10 of Chapli Kebab House and get a new take on chapli kebabs. Fry KebabsAfter having so many kebabs, if your stomach is still not filled, then head over to Shaheen's Kitchenette's Fry Kebabs at stall 6. Taco ChaatChaat's always come to one's mind whenever we are in mood for a light snack. But a Taco Chaat is a fusion that must not be missed. The Social Hub at stall 11 is ready to give Karachi a fusion of Mexico and South Asia with its Taco Chaat. Khichdi Thaal Khichdi is a simple food, yet sometimes its the simplicity that melts your heart. Stop by at stall 96 and get a taste of a Khichdi Thaal by Khichdi Express. Lettuce Chicken rollRolls and Karachi just go together. One can spot eateries selling rolls in almost every street corner. But, this year, A-one Snacks is set to introduce a healthy take on rolls. All the fitness freaks must give a try to the lettuce chicken roll at stall 82. Biryani's at Karachi EatBriyani is what defines desi food. So, here's a look at the biryanis available at Karachi Eat. Ice Gola After all the savouries if you're up for some dessert and ready to brace the cold. Then go to stall 25 of Fade Bhook and try their Ice Gola Rabri MilkRabri is a delicacy that can be found at wedding and family dinners. But if you are brave enough to have it with some more milk. Then drink Ye Lo's Rabri Milk at stall 48.
  22. If your New Year resolution is to look for a girlfriend this year, then you're in luck because this is what you should be reading! Now, before choosing just about anyone, remember to pick someone out who suit you the best. Someone you get along with on a fundamental level, and someone who has a basic level of empathy too. Only then you'll be able to have a wholesome relationship, if that's what you're looking for this year. © AA films So, here is some inside scoop if you're looking for a girlfriend for a meaningful relationship in 2020. (1) Make Sure She's Kind While most people, especially women are kind, there are a few who show apathy in the wrong places. Now she may not feel for a certain cause, so there's no point judging her on that. But if her overall kindness quotient is low, then trust me you can do without her. By kindness I mean, see how she talks to the support staff around her or how she treats animals in general. If you sense some bad news there, move on! © Pen Marudhar Entertainment (2) Make Sure She's Emotionally Intelligent Women intuitively have higher EQs than men, but there are times when they fail there too. Why do you need a woman with a higher EQ? Well, according to studies, men reach their level of emotional intelligence at a later stage in life, before women do. It's what helps balance a relationship in the first place. With both of your EQs being low, the relationship can go through some major issues and eventually end too. A woman who recognises her emotional capacity and challenges it, for it to grow every day, is someone with a higher EQ and that's always a good thing. © RSVP (3) Make Sure She's Worldly No, we don't really mean well travelled as such, but someone who is open to opportunities and different perspectives. Someone who enjoys adventure and the thirst to explore the unknown. The only reason this kind of a girl is in our recommendation is because she'll be knowledgeable since she loves doing her research, she'll be fun and will be open to just about anything. © UTV motion Pictures (4) Make Sure She's Passionate About At Least One Thing The sub-heading definitely gives away what I am trying to say. Girls who're hardly passionate about anything usually tend to get boring and don't have a drive. Eventually your dreams will become her dreams because she lacks passion and the ability to dream big. She doesn't have to be passionate about everything, but any one thing is good. It could be her love for something, or something she is currently pursuing. And once you meet her, you'll find out in a jiffy what she's passionate about, if at all. © Fox Star Studios (5) Make Sure She Loves Her Friends This could go either way, both for men and for women. Someone who loves their friends and is loved by their friends, is generally a grounded person. If she talks about her friends often or likes hanging out with them a lot, then she is someone who is a nurturer and will do anything to keep them happy. This also reflects on how she handles and manages her relationships. If she never gives up on friendships, then she will never give up on relationships either. An added advantage is knowing for a fact her friends love and dote on her. If that's the case, you have yourself one of the nicest girls around. © Fox Star Studios So, don't sweat it. Finding the right person takes some time but when you do find them, all the waiting and searching is really worth it. So let 2020 be your year and look for someone who has at least 3 characteristics listed above! View the full article
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