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  1. We all love Jay Sean for his massive hits like Ride It and Down that defined our childhood. In fact, Ride It is a song that keeps getting new versions and is definitely going to be on your upcoming party playlist even today. Recently, Jay Sean released his new single Nakhre in collaboration with Rishi Rich. We caught up with him to know more about this song and his other hits. 1. What can you tell us about your new work? What has inspired you and what's the story that you're trying to put across? My recent body of work has been more focused on the singer/ songwriter genre. It is less production driven and more focused on the lyrical content and musical top line melody. I do have some party bangers, of course, but I recently spent a month writing songs with real meaning and depth. © Instagram/Jay Sean 2. Is Film/Cinematic soundtracks something you would be willing to explore in the future? I have done some work on movies and will continue to do so, as it is a fun and different experience. 3. The Indian music scene has been revolutionized by record labels recently. How did songs like Ride It which were massive hits affect your career and its trajectory? Yes, what’s funny about Ride It is that it has been the gift that keeps on giving. Recently, it was remixed by a DJ called Regard and became one of the biggest songs in the world. To hear my voice on a different up-tempo beat was fun and of course, the fact that it became a hit once again was truly fun. My original Ride It was also the song that got me signed to Cash Money six years ago. There is a lot to be said about the power that massive record labels have, but that said, our recent release, Nakhre was a joint venture between my own label, Kamouflage, and Rishi Rich’s label Break the Noise. And we have currently had so much success it has been number 1 across many charts globally in terms of streams and sales. 4. As rave as the reviews for your music is, there is also a fan base for your sense of fashion. Is fashion something you have a keen interest in? I like to dress well and feel good, that is my take on fashion. I am aware of trends but I will always stick to what I feel most confident in. Not everything that is in fashion will necessarily look good on me though and that's okay. © Instagram/Jay Sean 5. How tough is it to break into the industry? What advice would you give to young artists out there trying to make it in the Indian music scene? It’s hard to say whether it’s harder now or easier now. The one thing I do know is that there is way more competition now than there ever was, but it is also easier than it ever was to get your music out there. You can be unsigned and literally release music across multiple platforms independently. My advice would be to be authentic, it can really work. © Instagram/Jay Sean 6. A growing debate in the industry is centred around artist-producer relationships and whether producers get enough credit. Throughout my career, I have always split the song with the producer equally. Without his or her music, I can’t write melodies -and without my melodies and lyrics, there’s no song! Always best to be fair and do what is right for the sake of the song. I don’t like any bitter feelings or energies around my music. © Instagram/Jay Sean 7. What’s your creative process like? Is it more spontaneous and free-flowing? I am definitely a freestyler. I don’t ever overthink a song. I go on the vibe and feeling only during the creation period of the song. Melodies flow freely and I tend to do those first then I will fill in the lyrics depending on what topic the song feels like to me. After the melodies have been laid down, that’s when I do the tweaking. © Instagram/Jay Sean 8. What has your experience been with Triller? Which was your favourite entry among the videos received for the Triller #nakhrechallenge? There have been so many incredible entries - I have enjoyed lots of them! Working with Triller is such fun and an excellent way to engage with and interact with fans globally. It is a fun and creative platform. © Instagram/Jay Sean 10. How was your experience collaborating with Rishi Rich? What I love about us is that no matter how many years have passed, our vibe together and our way of working has remained exactly the same. We have such chemistry and magic in the way that we bounce off each other musically. We love the same things and disregard the same things. We both know what is the vibe and what’s not, and that’s why it works. 11. What’s the story behind the song Nakhre? Nakhre is a fun, feel-good up-tempo song that sparks nostalgia but feels current and modern at the same time. Lyrically, it is playful, musically it is truly global, encompassing elements of Reggaeton, Afrobeats, Bollywood, RnB, and Punjabi! It’s is fresh and fun. View the full article
  2. Kings XI Punjab won many hearts on Sunday with their nerve-wracking double Super Over win over defending champions Mumbai Indians. This was only the third win for the Punjab outfit this IPL season, and once again, they were taken right to the brink. © KingsXIPunjab_Twitter This thrilling match caught the attention of none other than Mahindra Group Chief Anand Mahindra. He, as usual, took to his social media handle and shared his words of wisdom on the match, which btw were true in every sense. © Reuters The business tycoon’s varied tweets never fail to create a stir or evoke curiosity among people. Case in point, his latest dramatic tweets about the IPL match on Sunday. © KingsXIPunjab_Twitter He wrote, “If any scriptwriter had the audacity to write a script of a sports movie that looked like this match, he would have been fired for writing a story that had not even an ounce of credibility. But life doesn’t have to answer to anyone for its stories…” If any scriptwriter had the audacity to write a script of a sports movie that looked like this match, he would have been fired for writing a story that had not even an ounce of credibility. But life doesn’t have to answer to anyone for its stories... https://t.co/esQgnJNEBd — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 18, 2020 Also, as a person who draws inspiration from the day-to-day happenings, Mahindra wrote on the micro-blogging site, “My #MondayMotivation ? Don’t have to look any further than last night’s match. Write your own script, no matter how unbelievably audacious it is.” © KingsXIPunjab_Twitter Well said, and we can’t agree more! It’s true that we should never fear to dream and write our own script, no matter how “unbelievably audacious it is.” My #MondayMotivation ? Don’t have to look any further than last night’s match. Write your own script, no matter how unbelievably audacious it is... https://t.co/L6OUXdtUCB — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 19, 2020 These dramatic tweets garnered huge responses on Twitter wherein a lot of people agreed with what Mahindra wrote. Check out some of the reactions here: Stories that become the Testimonies, & mark history. first-ever super-super over. — Dr Renu Sharma (@renujaiho) October 19, 2020 & at the end of it the scriptwriter could add a couple of no balls to make it more interesting. — SubText (@lalitadvani) October 19, 2020 That was a true example for "nothing is Impossible" If you want truly. — mayank kumar (@mayankharsh820) October 19, 2020 So true At least some one understands the plight of us fiction writers. We've never been able to compete with reality. Especially in 2020 — Apurv Nagpal (@apurvnagpal) October 18, 2020 Jb mehnat rang laati hai to भगवान को भी फ़ैसला बदलना पड़ता है यही तो ज़िन्दगी है sir ji @anandmahindra @klrahul11 @mayankcricket @henrygayle @lionsdenkxip — Shivam Pandey (@_sp50) October 18, 2020 This exception has even failed the exceptions in Inorganic chemistry. — Ritesh Pandey(शिवम्) (@itsiritesh) October 18, 2020 Mahindra certainlyhas a point and it is true that we can draw motivation from many things around us including sports. We just need an eye for that! View the full article
  3. If you are an aspiring filmmaker or a musician, there are fat chances you haven’t heard of India Film Project. In the last nine years that it has existed for, the “content festival” as they call themselves, has scaled great heights in bringing together artists or creators from all over the country, and the world, on one platform to help showcase their talent to a massive audience. As IFP continues to make headway in newer countries, constantly reinventing ways to grow the community, we sit down for a brisk chat with the brains behind the festival. © India Film Project While Ritam Bhatnagar founded the India Film Project in 2011 and has been instrumental in getting national and international associations going for the platform, Nikhil joined IFP as festival creative director in 2018 where he helps program the annual festival every year, and decides what should be the programming parameters of the festival, the invitees, and the kind of conversation we should be having. Here are the excerpts from the interview: MensXP: What goes behind creating sessions on the theme of Create/Collaborate/Celebrate? How do you ensure that you give more space to creators and others behind the camera? Nikhil Taneja: When you are programming a festival of, for and by young creators, the most important aspect of that is listening to them: what is it, that in a pandemic, do young people want to listen to, learn from or engage with? So the first part of the programming is doing a survey or research to understand the expectations of young people from a much-loved decade-old festival that's gone virtual in a pandemic. When we rolled out this survey to some of IFP’s most passionate fans and community members, the insight from the answers made the programming a wholesome job. Young people want to learn even more at a time where they need to upskill, grow, or pivot in a way that they can take their passion or skills to the next level, in content creation. And the breakdown of the stages - Create, Collaborate and Celebrate - ensures that they are getting everything from masterclasses in creation, to workshops in collaboration, to enjoyable conversations that celebrate the year’s best. Ensuring equal space to all creators is easy, because one of the tenets of programming a youth content festival is to be as inclusive and representative as possible. © India Film Project MXP: Could you tell us about the IFPX Virtual Festival? And what's new about it this time? NT: Every year, we try to make IFP the most wholesome and engaging festival of the year. Every conversation and panel tries to get the most insightful and incredible noisemakers of the year together to not just give something for the audience to take away, but also to learn something for themselves. This year, being a virtual festival, we were aware of how exhausting it can be to be in front of a screen the whole time, and also how there have already been so many lives and conversations between creators and audiences themselves. So the focus this year was to have conversations that will be most meaningful to the youth in a time like this, where it’s been a tough year to get through. We’ve got some of the fan favourites of the year - from Kusha Kapila, BeYouNick and Ranveer Allahbadia (Beerbisceps) to legends like Gajraj Rao, Ratna Pathak Shah, Pankaj Tripathi and Mira Nair, to young trailblazers like Ahsaas Channa, Aranya Johar and Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (Never Have I Ever), to Bollywood stars like Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Bhumi Pednekar. And our conversations span from inclusive conversations about gender equality and representation, to technical masterclasses, to conversations about mental health and productivity as well! The idea is to entertain, engage, educate and enlighten every young person, with empathy and joy, and the full IFP team has worked really very hard to make that happen. MXP: How do you assess the performing arts space in India? Have we tapped into its full potential yet? What can be done to harness that? NT: I think we are doing far better and more than we ever have in the past, thanks to the wonderful medium of the internet that has democratised art and expression. 10 years ago, you couldn’t have imagined so many people without any connections or background in the film, media or content industries, to have managed to put out their content from wherever they are in the country and found an audience for the same. Today, anyone with an original voice, authenticity, and passion can make it with just the help of a phone video camera and a 4G connection. But we still have a long way to go to reach our full potential. We are still not hearing the voices of young people from minority communities, from marginalised backgrounds and the smaller towns of India where they have so much to say, but very few to listen. To harness their voices, we need to do outreach not only online but on ground, and make sure we train people in different parts of the country to be able to use their phones to put out their voices. And only then will we truly be able to see content as diverse as the country we live in. © India Film Project MXP: Given how COVID has affected the performing arts landscape in India, how do you suggest artists maintain their mental health during these testing times? NT: I think artists must start by recognising that this has been the toughest year for all of us in perhaps our entire lifetimes, and it’s not been easy for any of us. So almost everyone has gone through challenges with their mental health, no matter how healthy or fit they have been otherwise. We need to realise that we are not alone in what we are going through, and acknowledge that it is okay to struggle with mental health at at time when it’s not easy to be creative, productive and committed in the same way as before, given the kind of news and the kind of circumstances we live in. So we absolutely need to be kind to ourselves for going through whatever it is that we may be struggling with, and then, of course, finding someone to talk to about it, ideally a therapist or a counsellor, and if not, then at least a family member or a trusted friend. We must not try and bear the burden of this exhausting and excruciating year by ourselves, just being vulnerable, and having a conversation about what you are going through may be remarkable for your mental health. But it is a process, and will require patience, but everyone has their own timelines of feel healthy mentally, and that’s completely okay! MensXP: Whom did the idea for IFP first strike? Who conceptualized it and how did the entire project come to life? Ritam Bhatnagar: I used to work with a film festival and saw filmmakers from across the world pouring in their entries. This was the first time I saw how the love around filmmaking was catching up across the world. As a kid, I had been a very enterprising one. Someone who believed in doing things on my own. In 2011 after completing my post grad, I was looking for ideas that could potentially help create a similar love for filmmaking in India. I thought, why not gather people together under one roof, give them a theme, and ask them to make a film over a weekend. This looked as a great opportunity for creators collaborating with like-minded creators. What started with 600 filmmakers participating from 19 cities in 2011 grew in to 38,000 filmmakers participating from 31 countries and 325+ cities in 2020. © India Film Project MXP: Compared to 2011, how would you say IFP has evolved over the years? Has it been as you had planned? RB: A lot of it has been, in fact, unplanned. When I thought of first IFP, it was just a stand alone activity I had thought about and not as an annual fest. Also the thought was to make it a weekend getaway for filmmakers. A random call on our landline in 2012 inquiring about the second edition was the push for us to think about doing it again. That is when we thought of making it an annual affair. In 2013, we received our first team from USA and we thought the time had come to expand the festival. In 2014, we opened ourselves for international participation and saw more than 11 participating countries. This was something we had never thought of. We saw over 15,000 filmmakers coming together from so many continents making films at the same time. In 2016, we decided to make this a festival and move it to Mumbai. Mumbai was a central location for national and international creators to travel and it made a lot of sense for us. Initially, we just did a single day festival and saw 8,000 people attending it. We were not prepared for it at all. But this was a magical moment for us. Every organization sometime in their lifecycle experiences such a feat. View the full article
  4. Ranveer Singh is all set to unite again with Rohit Shetty for a much-awaited upcoming film. The hit-duo have already given their fans a box-office hit Simmba. Besides, they have also collaborated for a cameo in Sooryavanshi, which also stars Akshay Kumar. BIGGG NEWS... #RanveerSingh and director #RohitShetty team up once again... Film titled #Cirkus... #Rohit's take on #TheComedyOfErrors... Costars #PoojaHegde, #JacquelineFernandez and #VarunSharma... Produced-directed by #RohitShetty... Bhushan Kumar and Reliance Ent present. pic.twitter.com/EodlosSard — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 19, 2020 Here’s how the fans reacted to this announcement: DHAMAKAAAA — Junior Ranveer (@itsSmitBhatt) October 19, 2020️ — fatiim (@fatiim_9RS) October 19, 2020Blockbuster jodi back at it again..min 240cr+ again — Name cannot be blank (@IndomitableRVS) October 19, 2020Super excited for this one. I need films like this, total entertainers. Should easily be a Blockbuster. — Mahir (@mahir_khiladi) October 19, 2020Wah — 𝐁𝐀𝐓𝐌𝐀𝐍 (@beingsaud27) October 19, 2020Akshay Sir se cameo kra lena movie me... — Akkian Saurav #CSK (@AkkianSaurav) October 19, 2020The stunning star cast Other than Ranveer, the highly-anticipated film also features Pooja Hegde, Jacqueline Fernandez, Varun Sharma, Johny Lever, Sanjay Mishra, Mukesh Tiwari, Anil Charanjeett, and Ashwini Kalsekar among others in pivotal roles. Film based on William Shakespeare’s play Cirkus boasts of a huge star cast and as per the reports, it is based on the classic Shakespearean play, The Comedy of Errors. Did you know the play had earlier been adapted in Hindi cinema, perhaps most famously by Gulzar in the Sanjeev Kumar-starrer Angoor? The production Rohit Shetty's new film will be presented by Bhushan Kumar and Reliance Entertainment. Rohit Shetty is not only directing the movie but also producing it. #Cirkus starts next month in #Mumbai... Winter 2021 release. #RohitShetty #RanveerSingh #TheComedyOfErrors — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 19, 2020 When will it release? According to reports, the film’s shooting is expected to begin next month and will be shot in Mumbai, Ooty, and Goa. It is slated to release in the winter of 2021. © Phantom films Besides, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, films were getting delayed. However, now with the reopening of theatres, a lot of films are expected to release on the big screen including Ranveer and Deepika Padukone’s 83, in which the former plays the role of an iconic cricket player, Kapil Dev. It is expected to be released by Christmas this year. © Reliance entertainment Meanwhile, Rohit’s cop drama Sooryavanshi, that features Ranveer in a cameo, is likely to release in the first quarter of 2021. Sooryavanshi’ was earlier scheduled to release around Diwali this year. It features Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif in the lead roles. Which film are you planning to watch first in the theatre? View the full article
  5. Announcement of new film '50 Crore' has fans guessing its plot and wondering where the similarities with Money Heist end
  6. When Anil Kumble decided to become the head coach of Kings XI Punjab ahead of the 2020 season of the Indian Premier League, one of the first things he said was that he wanted to help the team be on the same page, as far as showing the will to win matches was concerned. In an interview with Hindustan Times, Kumble said: “I think our first goal is to prepare the team to achieve a common purpose, that of winning the IPL. It’s not only about me imparting knowledge.” View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@kxipofficial) Unfortunately, based on the rather uncommon trend KXIP is following, it won’t be misleading to say that Kumble’s “first goal” might be failing. Despite having two of the most successful batsmen of the season in KL Rahul and Mayank Agarwal leading their batting line up and pacer Mohammed Shami, who is currently at the third spot for the Purple Cap race leading their bowling attack, the team has only recently managed to win two consecutive matches which pushed them to the sixth spot in the IPL Points table. Before that two-game streak, they were dead last and at the bottom of the pool for quite a stretch. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@kxipofficial) Lastly, Chris Gayle’s return to the Playing XI has definitely given Punjab a great boost. However, one of the biggest questions about the trophy-less franchise this year asked by fans from all over the country is, whether skipper KL Rahul is only playing to win the Orange Cap, without caring too much about winning matches? Kl rahul again playing for orange cap — ₳ 𝙆 $ 𝙃 𝘼 ₮ 🇮🇳 (@StanVirat) October 18, 2020@IPL @klrahul11 while all the captains playing for the IPL trophy , Mr KL Rahul still playing for the orange cap. — Dheeraj Kaushik (@kaushikrampals) October 16, 2020Worst captaincy of KL Rahul he is only playing for orange cap not for the team — Ramesh Nayak (@RameshN46871339) October 18, 2020KL Rahul playing for orange cap not for team — Vinod Raju (@vinodraju2404) October 15, 2020Kl Rahul is playing for orange cap.. wat a player he has become... I think he forgot wats hitting is.... — Ruthless Aggression (@mdyusuf7876) October 15, 2020The wicket-keeper batsman has somehow managed to keep his form despite the long break from cricket due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With 525 runs in nine matches, he is currently way ahead of the rest of the league in terms of scoring and holds the Orange Cap. His undefeated 132-run innings against Royal Challengers Bangalore earlier this season made him the highest-scoring Indian cricketer in the history of the league and his prowess behind the stumps helped his side pick the most entertaining and breathtaking win of the season against Mumbai Indians on Sunday. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@kxipofficial) Ironically, Rahul’s majestic season is also becoming a bane for his team’s chances of winning crucial games and making it to the playoffs. Excluding the last three matches in which the skipper has been making runs at an exceptional rate, Rahul’s strike rate has been just a tad north of 113, which, for any other format of the game, is above and beyond great but not enough in the 20 over format. Srh win now.... Kl Rahul lol.... Focus on scoring more runs.... Rip strike rate — Deepanshu (@Deeputhedynamic) October 8, 2020 His considerably low strike rate during KXIP’s Powerplays and middle overs have done more damage to their side’s ability to establish a considerably higher total or while chasing a score. In a post-match conference last week after losing to SunRisers Hyderabad by 69 runs, Rahul had said: “Strike rates are very, very overrated… For me, it's only about how I can win games for my team. And if on a certain day I think a strike-rate of 120 can win the game for my team, I will do that. This is how I bat and I would like to take responsibility as a leader. We all make mistakes, I’m not saying I have not made a few mistakes but you learn each day as a leader, as a batter.”KL Rahul: strike rate is overrated also KL Rahul: has a better strike rate than Kohli, Rohit, Dhoni, Warner, Watson, Bairstow, Finch, Rayudu, Padikkal, Shreyas, Gill.. in this IPL#IPL2020 #KXIP — Ashwin Sundar (@shwinsundar) October 18, 2020 However, it is worth mentioning that in the last few games, Rahul has been able to improve significantly in that department and currently holds a strike rate of 135.65. So, is KL Rahul only playing for the Orange Cap? No. The way he’s been keeping the wicket, the way he put his body on the time to dismiss Quinton de Kock on the final delivery of the first Super Over on Sunday to give his side another chance to win the game, doesn’t feel like a selfish man trying to watch his back. With just five more matches left for them during the regular season, will KXIP be able to make a spot for themselves in the top four teams, especially with a four-point differential? The chances range from slim to definitely possible. However, the biggest cause of concern for them is their upcoming match on Tuesday against Delhi Capitals, the squad that is currently on top of the points table and have only lost one match out of their last five. View the full article
  7. Death is a sad reality with no escape and talking about the death of a loved one, especially your parents is never an easy conversation to have. Actor Matthew McConaughey recently opened up about some private details about his family life in his newly released memoir titled Greenlights. © Instagram In an interview, McConaughey spoke about the sad demise of his late father. His dad, James Donald apparently died due to a cardiac arrest which happened while he was having *** with his mother. "I got a call from my Mom. 'Your dad died.' My knees buckled. I couldn't believe it. He was my dad. Nobody or nothing could kill him. Except mom. He'd always told me and my brothers, 'Boys, when I go, I'm gonna be makin' love to your mother'. And that's what happened. He had a heart attack when he climaxed," McConaughey said in the interview. James died back in 1992 and he happened to marry his mother Kay three times after having a super rocky relationship. "They were, at times, violent. As I say in the book, that is how they communicated. They were divorced twice, married three times, I mean, yeah, it was like the Pacific Ocean in a storm”, he explained. © Twitter This is probably a very strange and a unique set of circumstances of how a relationship paved out for his parents. Probably the best thing about this rocky terrain is that they both eventually found each other in the end until his father’s untimely demise. Hope his soul rests in peace. View the full article
  8. Just about anything can happen on social media! We bore witness to this when #ForgetCondoms started trending and left most of us baffled. It all started when Durex, a condom company, put out this cryptic post asking “Do you want to #ForgetCondoms?” Over the last couple of days, this bizarre post has been shared and re-tweeted several times. Every time someone shares it, a new debate crop ups on our timeline. View this post on Instagram Should anything come between you and unforgettable ***! Should we #ForgetCondoms? A post shared by Durex India (@durex.india) on Oct 16, 2020 at 10:00pm PDT As social media exploded with reactions, this titillating topic caught the attention of quite a few of our favourite celebs too. Vikrant Massey, who’s been in the news for his bold choices, was quick to jump in and share his reaction. View this post on Instagram ✨ Kuch toh dhamaka hoga boss! #ForgetCondoms? What’s going on @durex.india 🤨✨ A post shared by Vikrant Massey (@vikrantmassey87) on Oct 16, 2020 at 10:31pm PDT A quick search later, we found many more interesting takes on this. Everyone's favourite Radhika Apte also had to say a few things about this trending topic. View this post on Instagram Here comes @durex.india with we don’t know what! Are we really ready to #ForgetCondoms? A post shared by Radhika (@radhikaofficial) on Oct 18, 2020 at 12:30am PDT From Bani J to Dolly Singh and Varun Sood, everyone had a lot of questions, reactions, and stunned silences. View this post on Instagram No, we don’t want to #ForgetCondoms @durex.india Why even ask? Kindly clarify. Kthanksbye! A post shared by ⚡Lady RocknRolla ♥ (@banij) on Oct 16, 2020 at 11:07pm PDT View this post on Instagram They’re definitely up to something! Let’s find out together! Also, what other metaphors have you seen being used for ***? 🤣 Let’s see how creative you can be! A post shared by Dolly Singh (@dollysingh) on Oct 17, 2020 at 11:32pm PDT While the post sparked some extreme reactions, we caught Kalki Koechlin jumping the gun to come out and explain why she wants to just “#ForgetCondoms". View this post on Instagram Put a rest to all the head-scratching and catch me on @Durex.India’s handle tomorrow at 11:00 am. You’ll get your answers to #ForgetCondoms! Maybe... A post shared by Kalki (@kalkikanmani) on Oct 18, 2020 at 2:27am PDT After Kalki’s candid video, we are all pumped to see what Durex has in store for us. Here’s hoping for a revolutionary innovation that will not make us have to choose between pleasure and safety anymore! What do you think? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned to the Durex social media for updates on the big announcement. View the full article
  9. Just about anything can happen on social media! We bore witness to this when #ForgetCondoms started trending and left most of us baffled. It all started when Durex, a condom company, put out this cryptic post asking “Do you want to #ForgetCondoms?” Over the last couple of days, this bizarre post has been shared and re-tweeted several times. Every time someone shares it, a new debate crop ups on our timeline. View this post on Instagram Should anything come between you and unforgettable ***! Should we #ForgetCondoms? A post shared by Durex India (@durex.india) on Oct 16, 2020 at 10:00pm PDT As social media exploded with reactions, this titillating topic caught the attention of quite a few of our favourite celebs too. Vikrant Massey, who’s been in the news for his bold choices, was quick to jump in and share his reaction. View this post on Instagram ✨ Kuch toh dhamaka hoga boss! #ForgetCondoms? What’s going on @durex.india 🤨✨ A post shared by Vikrant Massey (@vikrantmassey87) on Oct 16, 2020 at 10:31pm PDT A quick search later, we found many more interesting takes on this. Everyone's favourite Radhika Apte also had to say a few things about this trending topic. View this post on Instagram Here comes @durex.india with we don’t know what! Are we really ready to #ForgetCondoms? A post shared by Radhika (@radhikaofficial) on Oct 18, 2020 at 12:30am PDT From Bani J to Dolly Singh and Varun Sood, everyone had a lot of questions, reactions, and stunned silences. View this post on Instagram No, we don’t want to #ForgetCondoms @durex.india Why even ask? Kindly clarify. Kthanksbye! A post shared by ⚡Lady RocknRolla ♥ (@banij) on Oct 16, 2020 at 11:07pm PDT View this post on Instagram They’re definitely up to something! Let’s find out together! Also, what other metaphors have you seen being used for ***? 🤣 Let’s see how creative you can be! A post shared by Dolly Singh (@dollysingh) on Oct 17, 2020 at 11:32pm PDT While the post sparked some extreme reactions, we caught Kalki Koechlin jumping the gun to come out and explain why she wants to just “#ForgetCondoms". View this post on Instagram Put a rest to all the head-scratching and catch me on @Durex.India’s handle tomorrow at 11:00 am. You’ll get your answers to #ForgetCondoms! Maybe... A post shared by Kalki (@kalkikanmani) on Oct 18, 2020 at 2:27am PDT After Kalki’s candid video, we are all pumped to see what Durex has in store for us. Here’s hoping for a revolutionary innovation that will not make us have to choose between pleasure and safety anymore! What do you think? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned to the Durex social media for updates on the big announcement. View the full article
  10. Okay, I get it that Bollywood has to show everything to be dramatic and over the top but sometimes their tropes cross over the line to become so unrealistic, you just have to laugh at it. When it comes to schools and colleges being portrayed in movies, it almost feels like not a single person who worked on these movies has ever seen a real place of education. Everything is so out of touch and absolutely unrealistic, and people breaking into a song at any moment is not even the biggest point. So, here are some movies that gave a lot of false hope to people about how colleges are supposed to be. 1. Kuch Kuch Hota Hai © Yash Raj Films Of course, this takes the top spot. From the colourful interiors of the college to every girl having a crush on one guy in the entire college, this movie's college was something else. Moreover, which teacher is discussing love with her students in class? That has never happened in the history of education. Moreover, how are you going to bully the new girl by making her sing 'Om Jai Jagdish'. It was just there to show 'sanskaari' Tina is and that's why Rahul will fall in love with her, not tomboy Anjali. 2. Main Hoon Na © Red Chillies Entertainment Yes, every college student starts off their day by singing and dancing with the entire college, that is something that most definitely happens. And, whenever one student makes a bet with another student, that too over a girl, everyone will gather with big ass posters to cheer them stupidly running on the roof of the college, even the teacher and the principal. Totally normal. © Red Chillies Entertainment Also, if I'm remembering correctly, who gave Lakshman permission to smoke on the college campus? Uhh, that's one way to get suspended. And, while talking about Lucky, if he's such a bad student that he's been in college for years, who gave him admission in a science course? 3. 2 States © Dharma Productions It's completely normal for your girlfriend to live in your room in a freaking hostel, all the teachers will be okay with it, for sure. © Dharma Productions Yep, the most unrealistic thing is this movie isn't that Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor are dating, it's how no one cares how students are living in the hostel. 4. Mohabbatein © Yash Raj Films I get the whole extremely strict principal narrative, but come on, how are they keeping track of students and their relationships? © Yash Raj Films Instead of actually studying, students are just learning how to 'love' in college. Feeling for the parents paying so much money to send their kids to this prestigious institute. 5. Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na © Aamir Khan Productions No, when your cat dies, the entire college won't come together to sing and dance for you to cheer you up. But, besides that, it's very unrealistic to believe that you'll find your soulmate in college and it'll turn out to be your best friend. Not saying that it doesn't happen, but way too rare. © Aamir Khan Productions Moreover, all of them finished their college in the beginning of the movie and just didn't do anything after that, no job, no internship. Just finding boyfriends and girlfriends for your best friends. View the full article
  11. Celeb houses always provide us with ample decor inspo and this time we are crushing on R Madhavan’s sprawling house in Mumbai. The Rehna Hai Tere Dil Me actor lives with his parents, wife Sarita, and his son Vedaant in a spacious apartment in the city. Amid the ongoing COVID-19 situation, even Maddy, like many other celebrities, took to social media several times to give his fans a sneak peek at his lavish Mumbai house. The luxurious house of the actor oozes sheer elegance with interesting intricate patterns and stunning decor. View this post on InstagramWhen you can pluck part of your Breakfast from your own organic tree in Mumbai. 😀😀😀🙏🙏A post shared by (@actormaddy) Maddy’s living room, in which he is often seen chilling, is a quaint mix of soft white pastel walls, curtains with eclectic as well as monochromatic furniture, including two distinct sofa sets, brass and wooden fixtures and a dominant blue wall that really adds the elegance factor to the space. View this post on InstagramThe way my baby comes to me every morning...😘😘😘A post shared by (@actormaddy) Here's a look at the breathtaking view from his stunning terrace which is sure to have blown away the minds of many. View this post on InstagramTHANK YOU to EACH AND EVERY ONE of you who are selflessly serving and saving us .. our heartfelt gratitude love and respect to all of you and your families. May God keep all of you super safe. @narendramodi #IndiaFightsCorona #JanataCurfew #ThankYouFrontLinersA post shared by (@actormaddy) A huge dining table can be spotted in one corner of the living room which is surrounded by terrace balconies. There is also a pool table in one corner, close to the balcony where the family pluck their fruits from. Isn't that amazing? Here, take a virtual tour of Maddy’s luxurious Mumbai home in these pics and videos from his social media account below: View this post on InstagramWhen the fruit Gods are kind to you. 🙏🙏🙏❤️❤️❤️A post shared by (@actormaddy) View this post on InstagramWhen organic veggies grow outside ones bedroom window...in Mumbai 😁😁😁👏👏👏...Days requirement met. 🙏🙏🙏A post shared by (@actormaddy) View this post on InstagramTHANK YOU to EACH AND EVERY ONE of you who are selflessly serving and saving us .. our heartfelt gratitude love and respect to all of you and your families. May God keep all of you super safe. @narendramodi #IndiaFightsCorona #JanataCurfew #ThankYouFrontLinersA post shared by (@actormaddy) View this post on InstagramLosing it bit by bit...A post shared by (@actormaddy) View this post on InstagramThe way my baby comes to me every morning...😘😘😘A post shared by (@actormaddy) View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@actormaddy) View this post on InstagramChilling at home post a serious scripting session. PhewA post shared by (@actormaddy) View this post on InstagramMumbai terrace has a new fruit. 🙏🙏🙏A post shared by (@actormaddy) View this post on InstagramWhen you take the job of brushing your dog a little too seriously. Crazy dog and master.😆😆😆😆❤️❤️❤️A post shared by (@actormaddy) It is always fancy to get a sneak peek into a celebrity's house as it gives us an insight on how our favourite celebrities live like, when they are not shooting. View the full article
  12. Apple's new iPhones are finally here and they bring a lot of new features to the table. One of them is MagSafe. If you've owned an older-generation MacBook, then you'd know exactly what MagSafe is. MagSafe was Apple's cool charging solution for the MacBook which used a pair of magnets. The advantage of MagSafe over the conventional charger is that these ones just snap-on when you take the charger near the charging port. So if you left your MacBook for charging on your desk and someone tipped over your charging cable, then the charger would just disconnect instead of pulling your MacBook along with it. © Apple Apple ditched MagSafe in favor of USB-C in 2016. But hey, it's coming back to the iPhones now and we're glad that it's here. Your iPhone 12 will still primarily charge via the lighting port. You can also use a wireless charging solution if you want. The MagSafe is just another option. MagSafe For iPhoneApple will be selling MagSafe chargers that will snap on the back of your iPhone. Thanks to the circular array of magnets on both the phone and the charger, this should work without any issues. You'll simply be able to take your charger near the back of your iPhone and it'll snap on and start charging. Future Of Charging? © Apple MagSafe on iPhone, for now, is just another way to charge your phones. However, we totally see this becoming the primary way to charge your iPhones in the future. Apple has already removed the charging adapter from the box. We're hearing rumors that the company wants to make iPhones without any ports. We love magnetic charging solutions and we're all in for this new MagSafe charging for iPhone. We can't wait to see the various implementations of the MagSafe in the future. View the full article
  13. Sony PlayStation India has finally announced the pricing of the PlayStation 5 and the PlayStation 5 Digital Edition for India. The two consoles will be priced at Rs Rs 49,990 and Rs 39,990 respectively. Alongside the console, several accessories will also be launched such as the HD camera, Pulse 3d Headset, Media Remote and the DualSense Charging station. Here are the individual prices of the accessories © Sony PlayStation HD Camera: Rs5,190 Pulse 3D Wireless Headset: Rs 8590 Media Remote: Rs 2,590 DualSese Charging Station: Rs 2,599 Additionally, here are the pricing details of some of the games launching for the console: Demon’s Souls: Rs 4,999 Destruction All-Stars: Rs 4,999 Marve’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Ultimate Edition: Rs 3,999 Sackboy A Big Adventure: Rs 3,999 Marve’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales: Rs 3,999 The release date of the consoles and the accessories have not been revealed yet and Sony India had this to say regarding the launch of the console in India: “We know that gamers in India are excited to get their hands on PS5. Availability in each country is subject to, amongst other things, local import regulations, and our local teams are working through the logistics. We will share an update on a launch date for India as more information becomes available” said Sony India in a statement. © Sony PlayStation The PlayStation 5 and the accessories will be available via authorised retailers namely Amazon, Flipkart, Reliance Digital, Games The Shop, ShopAtSc.com, and Tata Croma. There is no news whether the new consoles will be available via smaller retailers as of now. You can pre-register your interest for the console of some of the retailers and it is worthy to point out that retailers do not provide the ability to pre-order the console right now. © YouTube/Sony PlayStation The Playstation 5 uses a customised RDNA 2 GPU by AMD featuring 36 CUs capped at 2.23GHz. The console will also support ray-tracing, near-instant loading times and 3D audio capabilities. The PS5 will have 16GB GDDR6/256-bit RAM and we're looking at a memory bandwidth of 448GB/s. Sony is also using a custom SSD for its console. The company is claiming lightning-fast speeds, thanks to the PCIe 4.0 connection. Apparently, the console will be able to transfer a 2GB file in just 0.27 seconds. Sony also revealed the User Interface of the console earlier this week which you can check out in the video below: We will keep you updated about the release date of the console as soon as we hear from Sony India. There is a good chance that the console will be available from November 19th onwards however that remains to be speculation right now. View the full article
  14. ood is a memory, a story, an intimate connection with the past, a celebration of human relationships, and sometimes, even a cinematic protagonist. © Unsplash On World Food Day today, here we have listed out some of our favourite Bollywood movies revolving around cooking, eating, and bonding over food: 1. Lunch Box © UTV Motion Pictures "Sometimes, the wrong train takes you to the right station," says Irrfan Khan's character Sajan Fernandes in the film to sum up a bond that develops over a misplaced lunchbox between two lonely people. © Netflix This 2013 film helmed by Ritesh Batra is a modern classic as it luxuriates in the healing power of cooking, eating, and sharing stories. The film was even nominated for the Best Film Not in the English Language category of the British Academy Film Awards 2015. 2. Axone © Axone/Yoodlee Films Axone, a 2020 film directed by Nicholas Khargonkar and produced by Yoodlee Films (currently streaming on Netflix), treats a north-Eastern dish and its unusually pungent aroma as a powerful statement on ethnicity, deep-rooted prejudice, and discrimination against "the other." This "other" could be anyone who does not fit in because of what she/he cooks or eats or looks like. © UTV Motion Pictures The movie begins with North-Eastern migrant Upasana (Sayani Gupta) trying to cook this rather controversial dish Axone in her Delhi home with her friends, as a special treat for her best friend’s wedding. This, however, triggers unspoken biases to come to a boiling point and something as simple as wanting to cook a special meal becomes fraught with tension and conflict. © Netflix The film treats a humble wedding feast as a turning point in the discussion about what unites us and divides us. An essential watch for the times we live in, the film also stars Vinay Pathak, Lin Laishram, Dolly Ahluwalia, Adil Hussain, Lanuakum Ao, Tenzin Dalha, and Rohan Joshi among others. 3. Bawarchi © Hrishikesh Mukherjee This 1972 Hrishikesh Mukherjee film is a classic take on the powerful influence food has on the way families function. A chaotic kitchen translates into interpersonal strife, the film seems to convey and also shows how harmonious cooking brings everyone together. This life lesson is taught to a bickering joint family by a mysterious and charismatic Bawarchi (played by Rajesh Khanna) who arrives suddenly in the household with glowing testimonials from celebrities who he claims to have worked for. © Hrishikesh Mukherjee He starts by cleaning the courtyard, chops vegetables like he is possessed, cooks vegetarian kebabs, regulates everyone's food habits, conducts music and dance sessions over the morning tea and weans off a prospective alcoholic from heavy drinking by introducing him to a chilled, lime spiked cola! 4. Chef © Yoodle Entertainment This 2017 film directed by Raja Krishna Menon was a remake of a Jon Favreau hit of the same name. Starring Saif Ali Khan in the eponymous role, the film reimagines the story of a burnt-out chef in the Indian context. We see chef Roshan (Saif) leaving New York to visit Kochi to repair his relationship with his ex-wife( Padmapriya Janakiraman) and bond with his son (Svar Kamble). © T-Series He has lost his passion for cooking and his son does not really respond to his overtures. It is at this point Roshan rediscovers that heartfelt cooking is the biggest gift one can offer to a loved one. And soon enough, he wins over his son with an irresistible "rotzza" (roti and pizza). © T-Series Soon, father and son travel together to Amritsar where Roshan had first discovered his passion for food, and life comes full circle with the father-son duo cooking together on a food truck. The film demonstrates that food speaks the language of love when words are inadequate. 5. Stanley Ka Dabba © Fox Star Studios Director Amole Gupte's 2011 offering Stanley Ka Dabba is not so much about food as it is about what food represents to a young child. It is about the longing for love, for normalcy, for a meal packed in a tiffin box by someone who cares. The story revolves around a young boy Stanley (Partho Gupte) who comes to school with a ready smile but has a heartbreaking backstory that nobody can guess. And during the recess when everyone opens their tiffin boxes, Stanley never has anything to eat. © Fox Star Studios Looming in the backdrop is an angry, greedy, rampaging teacher (Amole himself) itching to steal everyone's food, especially the students'. © Fox Star Studios Stanely somehow gets by because of the generosity of his friends and the love of his favourite teacher (Divya Dutta) but the film poignantly points out how all children deserve a lovingly cooked meal, warmth and nourishment. The film reveals who Stanley is right at the end to shake the audience up and to remind them that there are millions of Stanleys who go without food and care every day and need our help. All these films are no doubt masterpieces. Whether you love cooking or eating, these films are highly inspirational. Don’t forget to tell us in the comments below what other cooking movies are your favourite. View the full article
  15. We got in touch with pro-bodybuilder, entrepreneur, fitness icon and one of the top Indian YouTube sensations in the fitness genre, Yatinder Singh to get answers to some of the most asked questions about achieving fitness under the lockdown and here’s what he had to say: 1. What are some of the most effective exercises one can do to create a gym-like workout routine at home? View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@yatindersingh_official) Home exercises cannot be as intensive as gym workouts due to availability of weights and specific equipment, however there are many exercises that can be performed at home and you can maintain a healthy and fit lifestyle. You can also improve your strength, stamina and flexibility. Here are few exercises that you can do at home: SquatsPush Ups (There are various versions that can be performed)LungesPlanksBurpeesSurya NamaskarSit-UpsLeg BurpeesBack DipsStanding Calf Raises2. What are some of your most important tips to maintain a caloric deficit while staying at home with access to food all the time? © Big Muscle Nutrition First and most important thing is to make a meal plan for the entire day divided into 5 meals; Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and 2 small meals as a snack so that you don’t feel hungry. Try to keep healthy options for snacks at home like nuts, bhuna chana, makhana etc. Avoid keeping packed food at home as this will reduce your access to junk food. Try to have 1-2 fruits in a day to avoid sugar cravings Try to have lot of water to keep yourself hydrated Try to sleep on time to avoid mid-night hungerAdd more vegetables in your lunch and dinner so that it keeps you little full and you can maintain your caloriesHave slow digestive carbs in breakfast such as oats, quinoa, etc or may be a protein shake so that it keeps you full till longer and keeps you away from hunger. 3. How impactful is daily pace-walking for weight loss? Does it adversely affect our muscle mass? View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@yatindersingh_official) As per my opinion, brisk walk is even more effective than running but you need to do it for a longer duration like 45-50 minutes per day. However, you should take care of the pace as well. 7.5-8 Km/hr would be counted as a brisk walk and you need to maintain the pace throughout. The effectiveness can be increased by adding 2 things: If it is done empty stomach in morning Avoid eating anything within 30 minutes after completing the walk. It will definitely help in weight loss. Also, just to clarify it does not adversely affect our muscle mass if your nutrition is on point. 4. How can excluding sugar from the diet improve our physique? How long does it take? View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@yatindersingh_official) Sugar is like an addiction. Once you intake sugar, you will feel the need to have it again and again during the day. This will increase the calorie intake and result in an increase in body fat percentage. Excluding sugar definitely improves the physique as: It Improves skin qualityReduces abdominal fatKeeps your gut healthyImproves your mental healthHelps you to lose weightOnce you exclude sugar from your diet, you will start seeing the difference in about 4-6 weeks in your physique. Also, you will see the difference in brain functioning (it will become better) within 2 weeks of excluding it from your diet. 5. Your top tips to improve stamina at home? View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@yatindersingh_official) Here are few of my tips to improve stamina at home: Exercise regularly at least for 5 days a week (250 mins per week)Take a deep sleep for 7-8 hours and the best time is 10PM – 6AMMaintain a healthy diet which includes carbohydrates, protein and fat. Do not forget the vitamins and minerals. Due to our busy schedule, we are sometimes not able to fulfil the macro and micro requirements from dietary intake. Therefore, we can consume some supplements of a good brand to make sure that we are keeping ourselves healthy. Include some cardio workouts as well such as jumping exercises, skipping, brisk walk. Drink fluids to keep yourself hydratedDo some breathing exercise in morning which keeps you healthy and active throughout the day 6. How does physical exercise lead to peace of mind and calmness, especially under the strenuous lockdown conditions? View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@yatindersingh_official) Physical exercise definitely leads to peace of mind and calmness. Physical activity results in releasing happy hormones in your body which are natural mood elevators.It reduces stress hormones.It helps you get good sleep which is again very important for mental health.When you are taking care of your body by doing physical exercise, you feel better about yourself. It boosts your confidence and you start appreciating yourself.It helps in reducing anxiety and sadness which many people are facing during these tough conditions. Physical activity keeps you away from all the sadness. View the full article
  16. Bigg Boss contestant Nikki Tamboli is known for her acting skills and is very famous in the South industry. Not only this, but the actress also has a humongous fan following on social media. The actress always wanted to make her mark in the modeling industry but ended up acting in South Indian films. Here is all we know about Nikki Tamboli and her life story- Beauty in black, #NikkiTamboli breaking the hotness meter in the Bigg Boss house@colorstv @endemolshineind @vootselect#TeamNikki #BombshellNikki #AamchiMulgi #MaharashtraChiShaan #NaughtyNikki #BiggBoss2020 #BiggBoss14 #BB14 #NikkiInBB14 #Nikkians pic.twitter.com/JugzLMZTN4 — Nikki Tamboli (@nikkitamboli) October 11, 2020 Nikki Tamboli was born on August 21st and is from Maharashtra, Aurangabad where she lived with her family. She did her schooling and higher studies from there and then tried her luck in modeling. pic.twitter.com/9ji7WIzqYW — Nikki Tamboli (@nikkitamboli) September 13, 2020 She was also seen in a few TV commercials in the initial years of her career. You are magic Don’t ever apologize for the fire in you pic.twitter.com/I4JFci9k9K — Nikki Tamboli (@nikkitamboli) August 31, 2020 Nikki made her acting debut with a Telugu movie Chikati Gadilo Chithakotudu with actor Adith Arun. She was also seen in films such as Kanchana 3 and Thippara Meesam. I love it when someone messes with me, it means that I don’t have to be nice anymore. #TeamNikki #BombshellNikki #AamchiMulgi #NikkiTamboli #MaharashtraChiShaan #NaughtyNikki #biggboss #BiggBoss14 #bb14 #NikkiInBB14 #Nikkians pic.twitter.com/LII6nFvJL1 — Nikki Tamboli (@nikkitamboli) October 7, 2020 The actress was very active on social media before entering the Bigg Boss house and has around 6.5 lakh followers on Instagram. View this post on InstagramIf being hot is now a crime, then arrest me! 😜 #kindnessishot #confidentwomen #stayhome #staysafe #nikkitamboli ❤️❤️A post shared by (@nikki_tamboli) She had earlier posted pictures of her latest photoshoot that made everyone fall in love with her. View this post on InstagramWatch out! The whirlwind is on it's way.🌪️😉 . . #nikkitamboli #TeamNikki #picoftheday #photooftheday #ootdA post shared by (@nikki_tamboli) Now, she is making her mark in the Bigg Boss house and everyone is already falling in love with her. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  17. 'This is a recent scar in my life, but I will beat it. I will be out of this cancer soon,' said Sanjay Dutt
  18. Jasmin Bhasin, one of the popular contestants in Bigg Boss 14, rose to fame with TV shows like Dil Toh Happy Hai Ji, and Dil Se Dil Tak. View this post on InstagramThe #MorningDanceParty in #BBHouse has got to be Jas’ favourite 💃🏻 #GrooveItLikeJas #JBinBB14 #TeamJasmin Watch the #BB14 episodes on @colorstv every day and before TV on @vootselect 📺 #BB14 #JBinBB #AbScenePaltega #BiggBoss14 #BiggBoss #BiggBoss2020 #Colors #JasminBhasin #BBlikeABoss @beingsalmankhanA post shared by (@jasminbhasin2806) 1. For the uninitiated, Jasmin is an Indian actor and model. She was born in Kota, Rajasthan on June 28. Jasmin did her graduation from a hospitality college in Jaipur. View this post on InstagramIt’s a new day & a new task up Jasmin’s sleeve 🌞 Double tap if you’re rooting for her ♥️ #TeamJasmin Photography: @aashkapatelphotographyy Hair and Makeup: @symone.neilson_mua_hair Concept and Styling: @simrat_bohra Outfit: @zara #BB14 #JBinBB14 #TeamJasmin #JBinBB #AbScenePaltega #BiggBoss14 #BiggBoss #BiggBoss2020 #Colors #JasminBhasinA post shared by (@jasminbhasin2806) View this post on InstagramAre your eyes blushing? ☺️ . . Concept and styling: @simrat_bohra Outfit: @zara @zaraindiaofficial Bracelet: @anaqajewels Photography: @aashkapatelphotographyy Hair and makeup: @symone.neilson_mua_hairA post shared by (@jasminbhasin2806) 2. Not many of you would know that Jasmin forayed into the acting world with a Tamil movie called Vaanam (2011). She then worked in other South Indian films like Karodpathi, Veta, and Ladies & Gentlemen, among others. View this post on InstagramMy cooking skills are limited to looking like fire on the kitchen counter 😉 - Photographer: @aashkapatelphotographyy Makeup & Hair: @symone.neilson_mua_hair Concept & Styling: @simrat_bohra Outfit: @zara @zaraindiaofficialA post shared by (@jasminbhasin2806) View this post on InstagramIn a city where anything and everything can change... the sea is constant 🌊 #Mumbai♥️A post shared by (@jasminbhasin2806) 3. Later in 2015, she got the opportunity to star in Tashan-e-Ishq, and then her journey took off from there starting from Dil Se Dil Tak, Dil To Happy Hai Ji and Naagin: Bhagya Ka Zehreela Khel being the latest one. © Dil Se DIl Tak 4. Besides, she has also been a part of the hit stunt-based reality TV show Khatron Ke Khiladi not once but twice. However, later, her stint with Naagin did not last very long as she was replaced by Rashami Desai. © Colors 5. What’s more interesting to know is that, apart from Hindi TV shows, Jasmin has also featured in numerous regional movies like, Beware of Dogs (Malayalam), Ladies & Gentlemen (Telugu), Jil Jung Juk (Tamil) and so on. Recently, there were rumours that Jasmin is dating fellow actor Aly Goni. But both Jasmin and Aly have denied such rumours claiming they are just best friends and nothing more than that. The duo had participated together in Khatron Ke Khiladi, and it is since then that the two are rumoured to be in a relationship. View this post on InstagramMy BFF and I will be besties forever because we are both too lazy to find new friends👫 #struckwithmeA post shared by (@jasminbhasin2806) Before entering the Bigg Boss 14 house, Jasmin was asked about her strategy to win and how she plans to portray her personality. To which she told ETimes TV that she doesn't want to "fall in love on the reality show as it will make her emotionally weak". Besides, she also admitted that she is "not comfortable doing household chores and that cleaning toilet pots is her biggest nightmare". View the full article
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