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  1. The nation saw a star in the making when a 20-year-old PV Sindhu stepped up to the occasion in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics and went head-to-head against Spain's Carolina Marin in the match of a lifetime, was overwhelmed by the experienced Spaniard and won the silver medal in the Badminton women's finals. © Reuters Since then, Sindhu has dominated women's badminton. Winning significant awards like the silver medal in singles and the gold in mixed doubles during the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, she had established herself as one of the greatest, most talented sportswomen in the world. But, it was time for her to get paid for her greatness and China's sports accessories giant Li-Ning realised her true worth. Sindhu, who was once a brand ambassador for the Chinese brand back in 2014-15, signed with the brand for the second time in 2019. While back in the day, India looked at Saina Nehwal as the only successful female shuttler, now, this young Hyderabad-born prodigy has shown to the world that she is worth every penny (maybe even more?) as Nehwal. In this extremely lucrative four-year contract between Li-Ning and Sindhu, the star is going to be paid â¹40 crore as sponsorship money while approximately â¹10 cr. for equipment, making for a deal worth a sum total of a whopping â¹50 crore. © Reuters One of the biggest deals in Badminton, the handsome contact came Sindhu's way a month after Kidambi Srikanth signed a four-year â¹35 cr. deal with the same brand. Sindhu was ranked seventh on the Forbes List of the richest sportswomen of 2018 according to which, the shuttler was worth $8.5 million (Rs. 64 cr. approx.). Add this big fat paycheque to the mix and you've got yourself a really comfortable lifestyle. Sindhu's deal is remarkably similar to that of Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli, who signed an eight-year deal with Puma for a total of â¹100 crore split in annual payouts, i.e., â¹12.5 crore per year.
  2. In a bid to get the vibes going for my weekly ritual of “Netflix & Chill” sessions, which strategically begins on the eve of every weekend, I plopped on my comfy couch, dragged my laptop out of its hibernation, and slowly began to give in to the weekend feels that were finally kicking in. We are all aware of the drill. It's a week-long schedule, that swings along the many hours between Monday and Friday. So every Friday, or most Fridays, calls for a celebration for having made it through yet another trying and dreary week at work (if you don't relate to this, trust me I couldn't be more jealous of your work situation right now). © Jabberwockee Talkies So when I decided to give my weekly tradition a go yesterday, making my pick from amongst the many visual treats trying to lure me into clicking 'Play', I chanced upon a film on the 'New Releases' screen that I instantly recalled from an entertainment article I had read not so long ago. 'Soni' - when you first read the movie's title, it doesn't seem like much. You might even consider scrolling past it in your unawareness, maybe I would have done the same, if the details about the film from that entertainment article stating the many international awards and critical acclaims it had won, hadn't stuck with me. Besides, the film's description had all the shouty keywords that instantly hit home, - crimes against women in Delhi, policewomen, grappling with gender issues - even the two-line description of the film had everything going for it. I would let you do your own research on all that, but before I really get down to my point, let me tell you that the film received a standing ovation at the 75th Venice International Film Festival where it premiered. © Jabberwockee Talkies All that said, let me give you a brief overview of the film (without any spoilers), so that we can better understand my motivation behind talking about a film that would be highly relatable for most women living in the Indian subcontinent. 'Soni' is a story about the titular character sub-inspector Soni and her boss, IPS officer Kalpana Ummat of Delhi Police. Together they carry out a personal passion project which is actually a decoy operation targeting violent crimes against women. The story traces the various facets of these passionate, driven and strong women who constantly have to struggle to strike a balance between their personal ambitions, gender expectations and pressures at work. The subtle yet sound script, along with the smart camerawork manages to present a very trending subject in the 'rape capital' of India in a very understated manner, while still managing to make its point. © Jabberwockee Talkies Hot-tempered Soni who is fighting hard to rise above her personal struggles to stay true to her work, has been wonderfully contrasted to Kalpana's character in the film, who is more grounded and present in the moment. Her only shortcoming (according to her phallic impassioned husband) is that she is considerate and more human than an IPS officer should be allowed to. On the other hand, Kalpana's mother-in-law and sister-in-law are quick to judge and complaint about her career, demands at work, her lack of family time to spare and even the delay in pushing out a baby or two - while constantly overlooking her desires and aspirations from life. The film manages to expose the double standards of the patriarchal Indian society which continues to treat women as second class citizens regardless of their qualifications and achievements. The two main supporting male characters in the film, both Kalpana's husband Commissioner Sandeep and Soni's ex Naveen are emblematic of the less forgiving, berating and dismissive, entitled patriarchal forces at play within our society. © Jabberwockee Talkies Kalpana, who is firm yet warm, plays a second-in-command at home and work, and viewed as incapable of handling power and authority because she is a woman. Soni on the other hand is a pawn at the hands of life's misfortune who is agitated by the incivility and corruption around her, while trying to make her way through a disappointing relationship. Director Ivan Ayr's debut film has beautifully captured the living reality of women without sensationalising it. Living through forms of sexual harassment, threatened when they speak their mind, not given the due respect they deserve in positions of power and authority, as opposed to their male counterpart and bogged down by the narrow outlook of fellow women who are imprisoned by age-old gender roles. © Jabberwockee Talkies In their struggle to feel secure and at peace, the two lead characters easily bring forth the daily battles most women are fighting, one that is easy to overlook and forget, especially by the men in our lives. The film draws you in, and holds you close enough to make you forget that each scene has been shot in a single shot, but two women who do not come from an acting background. It's the rawness and relatability, along with powerful acting that makes this film an absolute must-watch. Do yourself a favour, and spare that one hour and forty minutes to relish this visual treat.
  3. "This is the Taj Hotel, you're very safe here," says Dev Patel in the chilling teaser of 'Hotel Mumbai' that is set to the bring back the haunting memories of 26/11 attacks, which shook both Mumbai and the country from its core. Presenting the teaser poster of one of the most important films of our times #HotelMumbai. ð pic.twitter.com/gAaUae8Aqs — Anupam Kher (@AnupamPKher) December 10, 2018 Directed by Australian filmmaker Anthony Maras, the film takes us back to 2008 when some terrorists opened fire at places like Chhatrapathi Shivaji Terminus (CST), Leopold Cafe, Nariman House, the Oberoi Trident Hotel, and the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. What goes on inside the hotel and the minds of the staff and the guests, when innocent lives are being brutally taken away by the terrorists, weaves the rest of the plot. The movie stars Dev Patel, Armie Hammer and Anupam Kher in prominent roles. Dev Patel plays a waiter at the hotel, Anupam Kher is the head chef and Armie Hammer plays a tourist who is staying at the hotel. According to the synopsis, "this story celebrates humanity, compassion, courage, resilience and the unwavering desire to survive." The teaser is intriguing and bone-chilling to say the least and the movie is expected to release in 2019.
  4. Samsung has been slowly losing market share in India this year and even after launching a wide range of products, the company has been unable to recapture the lost share. While the recently launched OnePlus 6, ASUS ZenFone 5Z, and Xiaomi's POCO F1 have been selling like hot cakes, the A7 (2018) is Samsung's answer to the midrange demand. Launched today in India, the phone's unique selling point is its triple camera setup on the rear. We've seen a similar setup previously on the Huawei P20 Pro, but that is a top-tier flagship. While Vivo and OPPO are working around sliding camera mechanism and testing out various notch sizes, Samsung wants to amp up the photography department in midrange phones. © MensXP Starting off with the design, the A7 (2018) follows the same Samsung design language that feels premium, thanks to the glass backing. The first major change you'll notice is the absence of the fingerprint scanner from the back, it has been shifted to the side and integrated with the power button, something we've seen in Sony Xperia phones in the past. The phone has a 6-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display that has an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. The phone is powered by an octa-core processor that is clocked at 2.0Ghz along with 4 or 6GB of RAM, depending on variant. The internal storage has a 64GB and 128GB option that is expandable via a microSD card. © Samsung Coming to the cameras, the rear setup consists of a 24-megapixel autofocus f/1.7 sensor, a 5-megapixel f/2.2 depth sensor, and an 8-megapixel wide angle f/2.4 sensor. Samsung says the three in tandem produce some of the best pictures in the segment. The front of the phone has a 24-megapixel sensor for selfies along with a LED flash for low-light pictures. Backing the phone is a 3300mAh battery that charges via a USB-C port. The onboard sensors include an accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and an RGB light sensor. The phone is available in Blue, Black, Gold, and Pink colour options and will be sold exclusively online via Flipkart. It is priced at Rs 23,990 for the 64GB variant and Rs 28,990 for the 128GB variant.
  5. Most tales that have to do with India and Pakistan are usually related to conflict. But, in a rare moment captured in Russia, the soldiers from the two warring nations were spotted dancing together on Punjabi and Bollywood songs. The soldiers of India and Pakistan were attending 'Bharatiya Divas', an event organised by the Indian Army and members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), in Russia. Reportedly, the soldiers of both the countries were attending a summit to participate in Peaceful Mission 2018. It is a mock anti-terror exercise that was held at Chebarkul from August 22 to 29. In this video, the soldiers are seen dancing on a popular song by Diljit Dosanjh. Indian & #Pakistani soldiers dancing together #SCO2018 exercise #Russia pic.twitter.com/690gAGsgSl — Neeraj Rajput (@neeraj_rajput) August 28, 2018 According to media reports, as many as 3000 soldiers from China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, India and Pakistan participated in this drill. This is a rare show of camaraderie that's hard to ignore. Source: NDTV
  6. Food plays cupid for two strangers, they start exchanging messages and calls over a tiffin service and romance sparks between the two. Nope, we're not talking about Irrfan Khan and Nimrat Kaur starrer 'The Lunchbox', although this trailer does give us major vibes of the movie. © neufilm We're talking about 'Once Again', a sweet love story between Shefali Shah and Neeraj Kabi, explaining why everyone deserves a second chance in life. If you are a 'Sacred Games' fan then I don't need to introduce Parulkar or Neeraj Kabi or talk about how talented an actor he is, people know that already. And with this trailer he only cemented that fact. And Shefali Shah doesn't need any introduction. © neufilm Shefali Shah, one of the finest actresses in Bollywood, plays a widowed businesswoman who runs a tiffin service. Neeraj Kabi plays a renowned actor who also happens to be one of her clients. The two soon start bonding over food and exchange notes with tiffins. However, the society does not accept their relationship and they soon find themselves surrounded by ridiculous comments and judgemental looks of people. How the two try to overcome these obstacles weaves the rest of the plot. Written by Kanwal Sethi, 'Once Again' also stars Rasika Duggal and Bidita Bag.
  7. Love him or hate him, but there is something about Karan Johar's movies that often make them a big hit. His movies might border on the clichéd but they also have the magic to charm his audience. Disliked by some and loved by many, KJo's last venture 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' was an instant hit. © Dharma Productions The intertwined tales of Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan made its way into millions of hearts. Some could understand the depth of Ayan and Alizeh's unique friendship while some could relate with the bitter feeling of unfulfilled love. From Saba's intensity, the beautiful shayaris to Shah Rukh Khan's iconic 'ek tarfa pyar ki taqat hi kuch aur hoti hai' dialogue, it is a movie that millennials will remember for ages to come. And all set to recreate that same magic once again, Karan Johar is now gearing up for his next movie that already has us excited. Bringing the best of Bollywood into one project, Johar has apparently signed Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt and Kareena Kapoor for his next movie. © Twitter As per a report by Koimoi, Karan Johar's next movie is a historical period drama with two heroes and heroines. The story will tie the male leads as brothers, Ranveer Singh will be seen playing the elder and Johar is still on the hunt for the younger one. © SLB Films As per the source, “Karan earlier wanted Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh to play brothers but Ranbir turned it down later. He had said yes first, but then he changed his mind. Karan doesn't know whether he changed his mind because it's a negative role or because he doesn't want to do a two-hero film with Ranveer.” © Hotstar Alia Bhatt and Kareena Kapoor Khan are all set to play the two female leads. Alia will be seen romancing Ranveer, while Kareena will play his sister. © Twitter The source also said that KJo is facing problems finding another male lead, as actors are not okay with working in a two-hero film. Also, Karan can't approach big names as he intends to find someone who is actually younger than Ranveer. © Twitter Alia and Ranveer will soon be seen in Zoya Akhtar's 'Gully Boy' together and this development proves that this couple is already in demand. No doubt, this is the dream cast and if reports are true, then it would be a great movie in the making. Though we wonder if Karan can actually pull off a period film, what do you think?
  8. Rosayra Pablo-Cruz, a Guatemalan mother who had been separated from her two sons, exits the Cayuga Centre after being reunited with them in New York City, US, July 13, 2018. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid1When Yolany Padilla was released from immigration...
  9. As the election fever grips the country, the electoral candidates have come up with unique ways to campaign and capture the attention of the masses. As the election fever grips the country, the electoral candidates have come up with unique ways...
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