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  1. PCB spokesperson says the decision to accept the resignation will be made by PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani and CEO Wasim Khan
  2. With the advent of OTT platforms and directors trying to experiment with their plots, we are getting to see new faces entering mainstream cinema. These new actors are putting their best foot forward and making sure that they carve their own niche in the industry. Well, the men we are talking about have already made appearances in a couple of projects but are relatively new and are still trying to find their foot in the industry. Thanks to their rock-solid performances though, we wish to see more of them in the coming year as they have the capability to prove their mettle if given a chance. Here are five such fresh faces Bollywood has presented us with: Rohit Saraf View this post on Instagram Rohit Saraf is one of the most promising new faces in the film and web series space right now, thanks to his 2020 releases Ludo and Mismatched. After making his debut with Alia Bhatt and Shah Rukh Khan’s Dear Zindagi, he did make small appearances in Hitchki and The Sky Is Pink but he only got the right opportunity last year. It wasn’t easy for the actor as he had no connection in the industry and didn’t come from any filmy background. In an interview with News18, he'd said, “I started at the age of 15, I have been around for 8-9 years now. I have been through several rounds of auditions to bag each of these projects. When I landed in Mumbai, I had no idea where to start. Fortunately, one thing led to another and I was selected through these auditions by the directors. When Dear Zindagi came out, I got a chance to audition for Hichki, and while that was happening I also auditioned for What Will People Say. There has been no project so far that I haven’t auditioned for.” He credited Ludo and Mismatched for his success as people have finally started to recognise him. “Suddenly there is this massive boom and the audience is recognizing me. It has made so much difference in my life because I feel like you’re as good as your fandom. And I have people supporting me like I could never imagine,” he added. He has proved that he can entertain the audience and we would love to see him in 2021 in many more shows and movies. Ishwak Singh View this post on Instagram Ishwak Singh piqued curiosity when people noticed him in Veere Di Wedding but it was the Prime Video Original series, Paatal Lok, that gave him the opportunity to show his acting prowess. He surely has emerged as one of the gen-next actors to look forward to. In an interview with ScoopWhoop, he'd shared, “On stage, I started with being in the background. The first play that I saw that really impressed me was Ambedkar and Gandhi. It took me 7 years from upstage to downstage and I played Ambedkar. Since you're aware of the journey and you know why it took that long, it's not disheartening if it takes time in front of the camera too. I know what the process is not just for the actor but also for the guy who's giving you the job. I probably deserved the kind of thing I was capable of delivering at that time, as in smaller roles. I just kept picking up things and getting prepared for bigger parts, as I went along.” He also added, “I always wanted to act, but I found studying architecture was pretty amazing, I had that kind of skill and knack for it. I was, of course, motivated and pushed into this direction by a family who is in that business. But while I was working, I got into theatre, started doing plays. One thing led to another... I started getting cast into films and then Paatal Lok happened much later. So it was an organic journey. It wasn't like shutting shop and moving.” He was also seen in a show called Unpaused. And thanks to all these appearances, we hope we get to see more of him in 2021 and the years to come. Adarsh Gourav View this post on Instagram If you have seen Priyanka Chopra and Rajkummar Rao’s The White Tiger, you can’t deny the fact that Adarsh Gourav stole the show with his strong performance and perfect expressions. He played the role of Balram Halwai in Ramin Bahrani's critically acclaimed film and we just couldn't get enough of him. In an interview with Film Companion, he mentioned that he was never influenced by big budget films and the commercial aspect of it. He had said, “To be very honest, I was never majorly influenced by big Bollywood commercial films. I was always intrigued and in awe of gangster dramas and crime-related dramas and actors who portrayed such characters influenced me in a lot of ways. But I have a lot of admiration for people who can dance and sing and do the whole thing. It’ll be a big challenge for me to do it and I’d love to do it just to take it up. But I don’t think I’ll be very great at it initially. I’ll have to work really hard at it. I’m really in awe of people who can do it so naturally, all the big actors.” We wish he gets to be a part of many more such projects wherein he can show what more he has to offer as an actor. Gurfateh Pirzada View this post on Instagram We saw Gurfateh Pirzada in Netflix movie Guilty starring Kiara Advani. To play the character who is accused of rape, you really need to take a tough call and we salute Gurfateh for the same. In an interview with Firstpost, he'd said that he had inhibitions playing the character of a rapist and how he found it challenging as he did have sleepless nights playing the part. He said that there “were inhibitions to be playing a potential rapist. It was tough to humanise it and even more tough to comprehend how a rapist feels. How do people, after crossing the line and doing something so heinous and cruel, live life normally. The only way I could do it was by believing that I didn’t rape. It was a revelation for my character that he committed the crime only during the climax when a fellow student says he witnessed it. That was the only way I could do it (play the part). It was tough among sleepless nights, losing my voice a lot of times and a lot of trauma.” He has been trying his luck in the industry for around seven years now. And talking about the risk he took, he said, “Even as we talk about playing exciting characters, there are actors who would still not agree to do such roles. VJ’s part was offered to a lot of people but they refused probably because #MeToo is a very sensitive topic. I, too, was scared thinking that what if people hate me, what if I get typecast, but then, beggars can’t be choosers. I don’t belong to any film family and I have realised that there is a risk of waiting for too long. You might lose a good opportunity. I want to be liked by the audience first and I am glad that people are appreciating my performance. Performances are key in films like this one. People are talking about it and that is the best thing to happen. But at the same time, I don’t believe there are any negative or positive characters. Every character has its own flaws and I play that character.” Well, he will next be seen in Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s Brahmastra. And we hope he shines in the upcoming film too. Pavail Gulati View this post on Instagram It took 10 years of struggle and patience for Pavail Gulati to finally get noticed with Anubhav Sinha’s latest project, Thappad. Sharing his struggle in an exclusive interview with us, he said, “There have been days when there were struggles. At times, you get opportunities and you think this would be your big break but it doesn't work out. I remember I did Yudh with Amitabh Bachchan and I was the lead there but sadly, no one saw it. It was heartbreaking and there were times you are thrown away because you aren't famous enough. Last two years, I didn't get any work because I didn't have many Instagram followers. I was like 'I can act', but then they used to say 'we need someone who can promote it'. I was actually irritated by it. I kept myself busy which helped me keep going. I was assisting Shanoo Sharma and my first project was My Name Is Khan. I never wanted to sit idle at home as I had to pay my rent.” With Thappad, he did get noticed but he still has a long way to go as his journey in the big league has only just begun. View the full article
  3. Think Abu Dhabi and your mind will oscillate between high-rise buildings and desert safaris. But did you know that Abu Dhabi has beautiful beaches where you can relax and unwind after a long tiring 2020? We’re sure you already know that a beach vacation is uber relaxing but, scientifically, it has been proven that a getaway is good for your mind, body, and soul. A study conducted by the University of Exeter Medical School revealed that living in a place where you get to see plenty of bodies of water can lead to lower stress levels and a happier you. Okay, so you might not live in Abu Dhabi, but you can still head there for a seaside break. It’s only four hours away by plane! And who doesn’t need a de-stressor, right? But before you plan your beach itinerary in Abu Dhabi, we want to give you a list of the top 5 beaches in the Emirate and the fun things you can do there to beat the heat. Saadiyat Beach Club Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi Saadiyat Beach Club If chilling by the picturesque Arabian Gulf and relaxing by the pool is your idea of spending an ideal day, then the Saadiyat Beach Club will be perfect for you. Whether you want to relax by the ocean with a drink or take a dip in the stunning pool, this Blue Flag-certified beach is the place to be. Gorge on scrumptious meals with breathtaking views at Cabana 9, look out for dolphins frolicking in the bay and indulge in some self-care at the spa, sauna, and steam rooms. Want to know the best part? This club is a part of a protected habitat that is home to Hawksbill turtles, so keep an eye out for these creatures on the beach InterContinental Bayshore Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi InterContinental Abu Dhabi Bayshore An outdoor jacuzzi, a tennis court, and a 300-meter beachfront with an infinity pool. If these things excite you, then you need to head to the InterContinental Abu Dhabi Bayshore Beach Club for a day full of fun. You can choose to relax on the sun-loungers or in private cabanas overlooking the Arabian Gulf. This beach club also boasts a state-of-the-art gym that has dedicated cardio and strength areas with a pool, garden, and beach views. Looking for some self-care? The club also offers a spa with two multi-treatment rooms for massages and a full range of face and body treatments. If you’re an adventure junkie, you can also opt for watersports. Yas Beach Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi Yas Beach Enjoy crystal clear water and natural mangrove surrounds at Yas Beach, a blissful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. With private chalets and an elegant infinity pool, pick a day to chill at the beach doing nothing and indulge in some quiet me-time. Yas Plaza hotel guests can enter for free, while others have to pay AED 50 (Rs. 998) during the week for an entire day. Corniche Beach Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi Corniche beach White sand, crystal clear water, and a beautiful seaside boardwalk - what else do you want for a lazy day? Capture the sunset on the beautiful Corniche Beach, which is divided into three sections that are perfect for all age groups. If you’re someone who wants to spend the day enjoying fun activities, rent a speedboat or play volleyball with your crew. You can also snorkel and experience majestic aquatic life at this beautiful beach, or eat your heart out at the amazing restaurants and cafes dotted along the coastline that offer a variety of cuisines from all over the world. If you’re travelling with kids, there are great children’s amenities all along the Corniche. Mirfa Beach Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi Mirfa Beach Discover the unexplored side of Abu Dhabi on the quiet Mirfa Beach, home to the Al Dhafra Watersports Festival, which usually takes place every year. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can camp here overnight with friends and family. The beach also offers live evening entertainment and a sunset souk set up especially for visitors. Keep an eye on the Emirate’s events throughout the year. If you travel to Abu Dhabi during the Al Dhafra Watersports Festival, you could witness global sporting champions taking part in competitions like kayaking, surf-ski, and more. Feeling beachy, just like us? Plan your holiday to Abu Dhabi now! View the full article
  4. Beijing plans to spend $210 billion on defence, which is still less than a third of Washington's military budget
  5. Shoaib Akhtar lambasts Pakistani cricket authorities in latest rant for what he implied was a lack of experience
  6. Three more cricketers also tested coronavirus positive on Thursday, according to the PCB
  7. the global pandemic has changed what consumers expect from a retailer, said Disney
  8. PSL 2021: Lahore Qalandars and Islamabad United's match will start at 7:00pm
  9. Two matches will be played in the Pakistan Super League today at the National Stadium
  10. Today, more men have started exploring the world of skincare and even cosmetics, and have also started experimenting with products that suit their skin and also help them hide blemishes at the same time. The concealer is one such product that has an increasingly growing audience. If you haven't tried the concealer yet, you should definitely give it a try. So, What Is Concealer?A pigmented concealer is either in stick or liquid form and is used to ‘conceal’ all imperfections from the face. From an acne breakout to flare-ups and redness, all can be concealed by clever application of a concealer. It can also help conceal undereye circles, ingrown hair and acne scars. © iStock How To Choose A ConcealerWhile there is a flood of options available in the market today, you really need a concealer that suits your needs the best: Concealer TypeAmong the various types out there, liquids and creams vary in ‘coverage’. Stick concealers make the application process seamless. For dark circles, redness or small spots you could choose either. Stick concealers, however, are best for severe blemishes and hyperpigmentation. Skin TypeKnow your skin type while looking for a concealer. Oily skin requires a matte base to help with the grease. For dry skin types, a hydrating product will prevent the skin from flaking. © iStock Concealer ColourAs a rule of thumb, to brighten up the skin and work on the dark spots, you need to pick a concealer that is two shades lighter than your skin tone. For covering spots, however, a product as close to your current skin tone works. © iStock DiscolourationConcealers with a tinge of green, purple or pink hues are based on the colour theory to ‘correct’ discolouration. It works by using opposite colours that cancel each other out. © iStock How To Use A ConcealerUse the concealer to gently dab on any problem area like under the eyes, around the nose and around the mouth. Don’t neglect the neck to hide those bumps as well. © MensXP How To Apply A ConcealerFingers work best in helping blend the concealer. The heat and natural oils on your hands are great for melting the product into your skin. You can try: __ECOMPRODUCT__881__ View the full article
  11. Precautionary measures can be taken to control hospital admissions and deaths caused by the virus, says WHO official
  12. Norman Lear, 98, was honored with the Carol Burnett Award at the Golden Globe Awards
  13. As controversial as he has been throughout his career as an international cricket, former Pakistan captain and all-rounder Shahid Afridi enjoys a massive fan following from all over the world. So it was obvious that when the cricketer revealed his “real age” in a tweet following his birthday on March 1, 2021, people were bound to start stretching their heads. Thank you very much for all the lovely birthday wishes - 44 today! My family and my fans are my biggest assets. Really enjoying my stint with Multan and hope to produce match winning performances for all MS fans. — Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) February 28, 2021 “Thank you very much for all the lovely birthday wishes - 44 today! My family and my fans are my biggest assets. Really enjoying my stint with Multan and hope to produce match winning performances for all MS fans,” Afridi wrote from his Twitter handle recently, sharing that he had turned 44 this year. Why Would This Confuse The Fans?Reason Number 1: Afridi’s Google page says that the Peshawar-born athlete was born in 1980, and that he turned 41 years of age on his birthday in 2021. Reason Number 2 (A Stronger Reason): In his own autobiography titled Game Changer which was published in 2019, the cricketer had inscribed that he was born in 1976, which would mean that he would have turned 46 this year. As soon as the Multan Sultans all-rounder posted his birthday tweet, cricketer fans from all over started asking the cricketer about all the confusion about his age and exactly how old did he actually turn this year. Kitne saal 44 rahoge aap? Anyway, wish you a very Happy birthday!!! — Abhik Mukherjee (@abhiksitar) February 28, 2021Har chaar Saal mein inki Umar ek Saal badhti hai — AndolanJeevi Sangram (@sangram_enm) February 28, 2021So you made debut at 16 in 1996. And since then you have grown 28 years older in last 25 years?? https://t.co/QwvMZ568XW — AJ (@DarrKeAage) March 1, 2021Acha Kia age bta dee warna hum abhi bhi 25 ka samajh rahay thay https://t.co/Erliw2M7s7 — Cookie | LQ (@cookiexcremee) February 28, 2021Bhai aaj to asli age bata de https://t.co/ZFNgx22eBv — Shantanu (@Shantanu2201) March 1, 2021Last year, Shahid Afridi joined an extremely rare club of international cricketers to play in four decades: 1990s, 2000s, 2010s and 2020s after debuting for the Pakistan national side in One-Day Internationals at the supposed age of 16 in October 1996, according to Pakistan Cricket Board. If that is indeed the scenario, then Afridi’s age as of 2021 should be 41. Inversely, if Afridi is in fact 44 in 2021, this would mean that he was 19 years old when he made his debut and that the information provided by the PCB at the time of his debut was incorrect and continues to be so even today. View the full article
  14. Fazlur Rehman says PDM the 'only voice of the people' with regard to inflation and security
  15. Ehsan Mani says Asia Cup would be "impossible this year as well" due to clashes in dates with ICC Test Championship final
  16. Mohammad Hafeez and Shaheen Afridi will be key for Lahore Qalandars while Karachi Kings will depend a lot on Babar Azam
  17. Tina Fey says she and co-host Amy Poehler would steer clear of politics while hosting the Golden Globes
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