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  1. Directed by Abhishek Kapoor, 'Kedarnath' was released today, as it witnessed the debut of Saif Ali Khan's daughter Sara Ali Khan and also stars Sushant Singh Rajput in the lead. The movie is based on the tragic Uttarakhand floods of 2013 and has a backdrop of an inter-faith love story. While the reactions to the movie have been mixed in terms of its storyline and the plot, the one thing that everyone agrees upon is the fact that Sara Ali Khan is here to stay and showed her prowess as a natural actor in 'Kedarnath'. WHAT A MOVIE!@_saraalikhan What a mind blowing Debut! In love with your performance!@itsSSR As always! Baffling Acting!#Kedarnath Do watch! Wish I could capture people clapping in the end!#SushantSinghRajput #SaraAliKhan #kedarnathmovie #KedarnathReview pic.twitter.com/333QNwYQ6i — Eshan Jain (@JainEshan) December 7, 2018 Watched kedarnath ð Verdict : AVERAGE ACTING WISE : BOTH SSR AND SAK ARE AWESOME Weakness : movie becomes slow after interval Overall : 3/5 ..one time watch #KedarnathReview #Kedarnath #KedarnathMovie #KedarnathMovieReview — ♥ï¸âZERO â♥ï¸ (@Mohamed21915187) December 7, 2018 #Kedarnath â­ very slow in first half and unbearable in second half. #SaraAliKhan is going to create magic in bollywood but not in this movie. Movie isn't good and i don't recommend this movie. #MovieReview #KedarnathReview @itsSSR Don't watch. — Suhani Arora (@SuhaniArora20) December 6, 2018 Over all, the movie is either being called bad or average mostly by the janta. Kedarnath review.. A common hindu-muslim love story..Sara ali is impressive and sushant is ordinary...best scene is the climax otherwise nothing special to be watched in the movie ONE WORD REVIEW- UNEXCITING. #kedarnath — Gunit Anchalia (@GunitAnchalia) December 7, 2018 Just watched #KEDARNATH movie. It is an above average movie. More focus was there on love story (80%) and only 20% focus is there on kedarnath tragedy. Still movie is well shot. Loved the performances of @itsSSR and #SaraAliKhan . #KedarnathReview @Abhishekapoor #bollywood — Movies Bondhu (@Indervicky14) December 7, 2018 #Kedarnath #KedarnathReview : #Kedarnath is equivalent to combined boredom of disastrous films like Raabta, Sawariya, Roy, Anjana Anjani & Namaste England! Very boring and unwatchably bad. The leads share a poor chemistry. Avoid it! It is that BAD. Not even a one time watch!! pic.twitter.com/9awnjljn20 — Vivek Sharma (@Perfect3Strange) December 7, 2018 #Kedarnath its d indian version of TITANIC.. muvee s gud in bits nd pieces.. worth a watch for its beautiful music nd sara ali khan.. #KedarnathReview — NIKHIL PILLAI (@nikbitmech11) December 7, 2018 But thenagain, there are two sides of every coin and just like that, some people loved this movie. Best things of #KedarnathMovie in first half * #SaraAliKhan Raw & unique style * amazing & beautiful visual beauty of #Kedarnath valley * Hardworking & honest @itsSSR putting truth in his character. #KedarnathReview #FirstDayFirstShow — Crazy 4 Bollywood (@crazy4bolly) December 7, 2018 WHAT A MOVIE!@_saraalikhan What a mind blowing Debut! In love with your performance!@itsSSR As always! Baffling Acting!#Kedarnath Do watch! Wish I could capture people clapping in the end!#SushantSinghRajput #SaraAliKhan #kedarnathmovie #KedarnathReview pic.twitter.com/333QNwYQ6i — Eshan Jain (@JainEshan) December 7, 2018 #KedarnathReview One word review - BholeNath won ðð Clean & beautiful Love story ð Climax ð¤ heartbroken ðð Mohabbat m mohabbat KE sath Dard aur mout bhi sath sath aate Hain. ðð Wonderful love story.. must watch #kedarnathmovie #Kedarnath Rating - ð ð ð ð pic.twitter.com/aHEZUWhaqx — Gaurav (@I_m_Gaurav_10) December 7, 2018 So, watch the movie if you are looking for some good aesthetic valley views and brilliant acting.
  2. Shah Rukh Khan is probably the most active 53-year-old on social media but, after all, he is a typical dad and can't help himself but post cute, adorable pictures of his kids online. Actually, most of his pictures are of his youngest son AbRam, as SRK loves to show off how cute he is. Yesterday, he shared a bunch of pictures of AbRam wearing a t-shirt with a rather interesting quote. View this post on Instagram For all the sons of the world...If your Mama is your Queen then there is no stopping you from being The Happy Prince. ( and an iPad loaded with games helps too ) A post shared by Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) on Nov 9, 2018 at 9:01am PST Don't forget the caption – “For all the sons of the world...If your Mama is your Queen then there is no stopping you from being The Happy Prince. ( and an iPad loaded with games helps too )” Well, we always knew AbRam was a prince, but we thought it was because he's the son of none other than King Khan. But, no there are more reasons and SRK summed it up perfectly. He posted the same picture on Twitter as well with a lot of people replying – obviously – but also comparing both him and his son. After all, like father like son. Khudakikitneibadinehmathaiyeh Shah kewohhamareChotey Baby ko ekdamapne Papa jaisebanayeðMujhehamesha se yahilagtahaikekyonkimaineapnepureyzindagiuske Papa se itnaPyaarkiyahaiisliyeKhuda ne khush hoke mekoekaurChotasa Shah Rukh diyaPyaarkarne koð­pic.twitter.com/o0wMniVm5Z — â¿SнαнKιBιωι⿠ᶻáµÊ³áµ (@JacyKhan) November 9, 2018 So many comparisons. pic.twitter.com/zZXTFDfEZ9 — Bauua (@SRKsDevotee) November 9, 2018 Very. CAPtivatingð¥isn't it? ðpic.twitter.com/Ae2VCztOh1 — Sneha Rukh Khan (@ShahRukhKiSneha) November 9, 2018 They look so similar, it's almost as if SRK is AbRam's dad. lovely pic.twitter.com/kPNdQW2Fj1 — Samarâ¤SRKâ¤Kaâ¤Pyaar⤠(@SAmarKh84584900) November 9, 2018 Quick question – why are so many replies on SRK's picture seem like something all of our relatives say on the family WhatsApp group when some pictures are shared? But whatever, SRK is the typical dad showing off his cute kid on the internet and we're here for it.
  3. In 1968, American poet and activist, Muriel Rukeyser was quoted asking a very pertinent question- "what would happen if one woman told the truth about her life? The world would split open". The relevance of this quote today is unimaginable, with regard to the #MeToo movement. Women have been stepping out from years of sexual abuse and harassment and speaking boldly about facts they've been ruminating over, for ages now and that's what has made this movement powerful. Their previously unheard voices. © Twitter But we mustn't mistake this movement to be concentric to the urban elite or the upper middle class or the rich and the famous. Although, yes, the genesis was from Hollywood and it rippled all the way to Bollywood, it has also impacted smaller circles, cities and small town as well. Over the last couple of weeks, we've seen women bravely speak out against men with positions of power and take the storm head on. But there have also been women amidst us, who've spoken up against their not-so-known perpetrators, in the same capacity as the women who've spoken about prominent figures in society and it's their story too. What I am getting at is, the #MeToo movement might have been a wake-up call for the rich and the famous but the phenomenon hasn't stopped there and it has surely trickled down and made its way through the urban divide as well. © Twitter To classify #MeToo as a movement just for celebrities and figureheads is entirely unfair. Smaller fractions of society are feeling the heavy weight of the movement upon them too and women have come together to stand up for one another. Even though the movement is running parallel in two strata's of society, a lot of similarities in understanding and responding to the movement can be seen. The most obvious one is most men being in denial vicariously and unapologetically. © Twitter Another similarity to observe here is the fact that women are unanimously polarising the effect of the movement in a very concerted way, to say the least. Men and women alike are heading in a direction that I would like to call as the 'new world gender order', or at least the brink of it. No, I am not talking about any totalitarian government but a unique and precise gender identity that's taking precedence now. Gender roles are more defined, regardless of caste and creed. And it's only possible because an entire country is marching up and confronting the movement head-on, and not just a single strata of society. © Twitter According to a visualisation of the Google trends data, which shows the top cities searching for the #MeToo movement around the world, India tops the list. It's actually true. I don't know if it's because we're a heavily populated country and the search for these cases is more prevalent here or because patriarchy and basic conditioning is so deep-rooted in our upbringing, that everyone relates to the movement more substantially. NASA actually captured an image, as they did of India on Diwali, showing India as most lit up on the entire globe, corroborating the reach and the momentum of the movement, so to speak. Surprisingly though, Google hasn't listed Delhi, Bengaluru or Mumbai as the cities that are searching for #Metoo movement online, but you'll see Chicalim in Goa, Bhusawal in Maharashtra, Zirakpur in Punjab and Bhanwreli in Chattisgarh topping the search. While the movement is in full flow in bigger cities, smaller towns are actively trying to contribute to the movement too, by reading up as much of it, as they can on it. Statistically, rapes and cases of sexual harassment and assault are more prevalent in smaller towns and villages and this is the best piece of education the internet can impart, to women especially, who are subjugated to these crimes in the past, or the present and want to be heard. © Twitter Having said that, women in bigger cities, working in regular 9-5 jobs are also getting together and calling men out for their behaviour. They're forming smaller groups to fight for the movement together to bring the perpetrators out in the open. So, to be fair, calling the movement a movement for the 'privileged' is absolutely unfair. Anyone who has a voice can come forth and talk about their story, openly while knowing the consequences of openly talking about it, will always favour anyone who decides to do it.
  4. Ayushmannn Khurrana is a powerhouse of talent and with those handsome looks comes a full house of insane power in the actor. He can sing, dance and with his choice of movies, he has obviously proved that he can act pretty well. The latest movie getting him rave reviews is his latest outing 'Andhadhun'. The internet has given its nod to this mystery movie and people are loving it. #Andhadhun What a seat thriller. Brilllant Performance by @ayushmannk and #Tabu. Not a single scene is boring in the movie and suspence till the end is never expected. I request all people don't miss it. Full family entertainer GREAT THRILLER. ðððð/5 — ASHISH SHARMA (@aashishsharma64) October 4, 2018 #AndhaDhun Taut & gripping.. the impact which lingers long after the movie is over. This is without doubt @ayushmannk 's, best work so far. Loved it ..Highly recommended ! — suheem (@suheem) October 4, 2018 #Andhadhun is brilliant. I was literally on the edge of the seat throughout. Acting, writing, direction everything was topnotch. Loved seeing Pune on screen. — Reemz (@FawadFan4ever) October 4, 2018 While many movie critics have passed this one and there's not much of an opinion there, but you don't need that nod because Twitter is currently raving about everyone in the movie, including Tabu and Radhika Apte. Nice unpredictable entertaining movie 3.5* ...Every minute, second and millisecond counts, in the unpredictable, crazy ride that is #Andhadhun,your script selection is best | @ayushmannk #Tabu you were awesome @radhika_apte ð — P. Khatri (@PKhatri6) October 5, 2018 #Andhadhun - What a wicked film by the master Sriram Raghavan! @ayushmannk reinvents himself and gives the performance of a lifetime. @tabuism, @radhika_apte and Anil Dhawan are stellar. Don't miss it for anything!! it is a super hit. loveyatri will be flop. nepotism lose.. pic.twitter.com/PeXabruxMq — ashu (@ashutosh2369) October 5, 2018 Right up there with Johnny Gaddaar. Better performed, deeper. If you have to watch one Hindi film this year, #AndhaDhun is the one. Will make the Coens smile. Tabu is Queen! Ayushmann plays it so well that your interpretation of that bloody brilliant end will reveal who you are. — Sudhish Kamath (@SudhishKamath) October 4, 2018 So I guess it is indeed justified to say it is the best movie by far this year? #AndhaDhun is the best thriller suspense movie in the world of cinema by far. You cannot predict even a second what's going to be next. Neither can blink. A complete roller coaster ride in the end. @ayushmannk at his BEST. â¤ï¸ — L! (@Latayush) October 4, 2018 I'm giddy and delirious with joy after watching #AndhaDhun what a bloody good film!!! The best film of the year! @ayushmannk CAREER BEST and to think he has only just begun! @tabuism WOW! @radhika_apte perfect!!! Great cast! What writing! THE BGM ðð» Jai Sriram â¤ï¸ — Suparn S Varma (@Suparn) October 4, 2018 If there's one hindi film you MUST watch, it is #Andhadhun. By far the best film this year. Sriram Raghavan is a genius! @ayushmannk @radhika_apte @tabuism and the rest of the cast (especially the cop) are superlative. Hope this one is a massive success! — suyashtrivedi (@suyashtrivedi) October 4, 2018 Well, you should book your tickets, because I guess that's my cue to book mine at least.
  5. Disclaimer: No employee was hurt while writing this story. But this thread did hit us right in the feels. Did you know that in Austria, many companies have an 8 to 5 shift and people are encouraged to leave at 3 PM on Fridays? No? Did you know that the German government has certain regulations in place to ensure its citizens don't overwork themselves, such as not working more than 48 hours a week and no work on Sundays and national holidays? © Pexels Did you know that Amazon's India chief urged his colleagues and employees to stop responding to work mails or calls after 6 PM? No! Ok, do you know your boss might have bombarded your inbox with multiple messages and work mails as you read this story? Sadly, the latter happens to be the work-culture more of us are a part of. In this dynamic and fast-paced world with cut-throat competition, maintaining work-life balance is harder than that summer body you worked for. No matter how efficient you are in your job, there will always be something or someone because of which your boss will judge you and look down on you. This Twitter thread brilliantly documents the struggles of every Indian employee and the unrealistic expectations our bosses have from us. I absolutely despise how Indian companies and founders, with no concept of life-work balance, shame employees for taking leaves and having a life outside work. Calls on weekends, guilting a person during and post leave, infinite power games. Shameful. — Sukhada (@appadappajappa) August 26, 2018 It all started when a Twitter user named Sukhada, tweeted about how Indian companies have no work-life balance and shame the employees for taking leaves and having a life outside work, a scenario that most of us have experienced in our jobs. And of course, there are jerks who proudly claim that when they got married, they were at work THE VERY NEXT DAY. The day we stop having founders and bosses like this, we can perhaps *start* to talk about mental health at workplaces. — Sukhada (@appadappajappa) August 26, 2018 Her tweet opened a barrage of frustration of employees, which they had bottled up until now. I felt like I was back in a school atmosphere in my first job. Project heads the teachers and we the students. Also you either join in the company retreat or come to a empty office to feed biometrics 9 to 5. Also the brown-nosing𤦠— sakkir (@_whosane_) August 26, 2018 This is not just start-ups either. Established cos do the same - of course no one explicitly says 'come on weekends' but when the employees who take 1000 breaks & stay late to show off gets a promotion over those who work efficiently & leave on time, the msg is crystal clear. Sad — Maya Mahadevan (@mayamahadevan) August 26, 2018 I've had to report into extremely sadistic people. So this post is very triggering for me — Protima Rodrigues (@PEyogagirl) August 26, 2018 I guess 90% of professionals face this issue. When we work for them & sacrifice our woffs at times then it's OK with them. Few days of leave as if we asked for share in their shitty property. — NI3 (@NI3INDIAN) August 26, 2018 Do you guys love your job or do these stories sound similar to yours?
  6. WhatsApp has officially rolled out group calling feature on Android and iOS devices after the company launched voice and video call support back in 2016. The video and voice calling feature have been very receptive amongst users as users spend over 2 billion minutes on the platform's calling feature. © Whatsapp Now that the new group calling feature has rolled out, here's how you can use the new feature. Well, anything you do, make sure WhatsApp on your device has been updated in order to make use of this feature. After you've updated the app, here are the steps you need to follow. . Open WhatsApp from the home screen or your app drawer. . Click on the Calls Tab . Choose a contact from your list whom you want to call. (Video or Voice) . Once you are connected to a call, you can tap the add participant button on the top right corner. . Select the second contact from your list you wish to add on the call . You can add up to 4 participants in total in a single group call. Follow step 4 and step 5 each time. © Whatsapp WhatsApp mentioned in its blog that group calls are always going to be end-to-end encrypted, and they've designed calling to work reliably around the world in different network conditions. This would probably be the most used feature by people who would like to communicate with more people at once. Would you use this feature on your phone? Let us know in the comments.
  7. In our nation today, eating beef is the biggest crime for which the consequences can be severe. Cows are sacred and are supposed to be worshipped, don't you know that? How dare anyone do anything to our 'gau mata'? Any 'crime' against cows is punishable by death, apparently, or at least that's what a lot of people have decided. So, since cows are the most important animal in the country, our beloved PM Narendra Modi decided to gift 200 cows to the nation of Rwanda, probably as a gesture of goodwill. But, someone at the PM's office might just lose their job for not doing their research properly. © Twitter This gift was a part of the 'Girinka scheme', an age-old cultural practice in Rwanda, where people gift cows to each other as a sign of respect and gratitude. Turns out, beef is a very popular food in Rwanda and it's safe to assume they won't use all of our desi 'gau matas' just for milk. Moreover, it's a gift and no one can object to what they do with them. So, where does that leave us? Everyone is confused now because of how bad the repercussions are to eating beef in India, so how exactly will our esteemed 'gau rakshaks' protect the Indian cows in Rwanda? Yes, we hope he's alright. A man got lynched because he was taking 2 cows from one village to another. I just heard that another man is taking 200 cows from India to Rwanda. I hope nothing happens to him. I pray for him! — Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) July 24, 2018 Where's the concern for cows now, huh? The 100 cows gifted to Rwanda by PM Modi, instead of providing milk might just become food! FYI - Rwandan's love to eat beef Modi ji... pic.twitter.com/oaUYdpvEwI — PrashantPratap Singh (@iPrashantSingh) July 24, 2018 Yes go, right now. Mass alert to all gau-rakshaks: Go protect these cows in Rwanda pls. Go. Go now. https://t.co/ZhTop5B2so — Meghnad (@Memeghnad) July 23, 2018 Master stroke, indeed. Modi's master stroke Gifted 200 cows #Modi_Sangh_Bharat pic.twitter.com/I2VplSWWef — Aap ka Devender (@KaDevender) July 24, 2018 Whoops, there it is. Cow Smuggler spotted taking 200 cows to Rwanda https://t.co/YBH1P2VZRc — My Fellow Indians (@MyFellowIndians) July 23, 2018 This guy did not hold back. UNESCO gives "Biggest Cow-Smuggler" award to Modi for smuggling 200 cows to Rwanda !#WahModiJiWah Dear bhakts plz dont lynch our PM Bcoz wo #ChowkidarNahiBhagidar hai.. pic.twitter.com/JzU0nkQjJO — Vinay Kumar Dokania (@VinayDokania) July 23, 2018 Fun fact! PM Modi, who is currently visiting Rwanda has promised to 'gift' 200 locally-sourced cows to a village. Fun fact: Rwanda consumes beef regularly, while in India, certain states have banned its consumption. — Er Firoz Alam (@Firoz4you) July 24, 2018 So great of him! Mr Modi has gifted 200 cows to Rwanda. They are overjoyed. They are beef eaters and this will feed many mouths in this poverty stricken country — ashok kumar (@akbundi) July 24, 2018
  8. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb on Thursday, July 12, 2018, condemned a statement of PTI chief Imran Khan who had called her party workers 'donkeys.' Photo: File ISLAMABAD: PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb on...
  9. Top three regrets of life – the plans we didn't make, the decisions we didn't take and the college days that will never come back! So guys, if you fall into the 18 to 24-year-old category, don't live for regrets, live for the moments and make the most of it, because truly, these days won't come back again. And if you aren't sure 'HOW', then we are ready with a list of cool must-dos that will make sure your prime days are the most memorable of your life. So, read on! 1. Travel More Pexels Of course, this is the most obvious must-do on your list but trust me when I say, this is the time to do it. Save up your pocket money, work part time and turn your travel dreams into reality (even if it's just travelling to Goa with the gang). Once you hit your 30s, life just starts bogging you down with responsibilities. You are stuck coordinating your travel plans with your family needs and it is a vicious cycle. 2. Don't Take Your College Life For Granted Pexels Your college days will never come back. EVER! So, don't put off any plans to meet your college friends. Ditch the lectures once in a while and make random plans with friends. Even if it just involves sitting together and binge-watching your favourite shows on Amazon Prime Video. Once you start working, meeting your college buddies is going to be a weekend ritual that you'll only stick to once or twice a month. 3. Make The Most Of Student Offers Pexels Everywhere you go, there will be ample offers and discounts for students and young adults, scan your options and make the most of it. Did you know students get a discount at UK hostels? Not only this, we recently came across the Vodafone Prepaid Plan, wherein customers between the age of 18 to 24 years are eligible for the 'Youth Offer on Amazon Prime' that gives you a 50% discount on their annual membership. That means the Amazon Prime membership would just cost you Rs 499 for the entire year now! So guys, get this right! You can shop till you drop and be rest assured your parcel will be shipped to you pretty soon, so say goodbye to the unending waiting! The Amazon Prime Day sale begins exclusively on 16th July for its Prime members, so register now before it's too late! 4. Date A Lot Pexels Yes, there I said it! The first girl you meet isn't necessarily going to be the love of your life. Some relations will leave you with pleasant memories that'll last a lifetime, while some might just make you want to quit on relationships altogether, but never give up on love! The 'forever' kind of love is somewhere out there. And in case you stumble upon that special one, shower her with gifts from Amazon and be rest assured it will be shipped to her at a supersonic rate, all thanks to your Prime membership, that you scored at 50% off! 5. Live For Experiences, Not Things Pexels It's not that Xbox or Play Station that you'll remember 20 or 30 years down the lane, it's the magical moments of laughter, love and crazy parties that will leave you with ample stories to share. As young adults, you might face the usual financial crunch, but trust me, even with just a few hundred bucks in your pocket, you can have the time of your life just chilling with friends and cracking up over the most basic things. Go to the next EDM concert, and if for some reason you can't, sit with your friends and listen to music on Amazon Prime Music. Make the experience count!
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