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  1. The festival of colours is upon us. According to Hindu mythology, Holi symbolizes the victory of good and the end of evil. Celebrated with 'rang and bhang', there is a hint of craziness in the air around which all is forgiven and new friends are made. We love to keep our smartphones at home for once, get out into the streets with packs of colourful power (herbal, hopefully) in our pockets, and paint each others' faces with different shades. It seems as if the fondness for the festival has grown beyond Indian borders as international cricketers have been found to be enjoying looking like a rainbow, plastered with vibrant Holi colours. In 2017, former Australian cricketers-turned-commentators Brett Lee and Mathew Hayden were visiting India for a Test series between the two top teams of the game at that time when Hayden tweeted this photo of him and his former teammate, completely drenched and dipped in colours. Messed up and loving it!!! #HappyHoli @BrettLee_58 pic.twitter.com/N4pEtyIDl2 — Matthew Hayden AM (@HaydosTweets) March 13, 2017 Righty batsman, Michael Clarke too was in the country back then and had decided to spend the day with some of the local families. Dressed in the perfect costume for the occasion, Clarke posed for this shot in a white kurta. Happy holi!! Enjoying celebrating with some local families. ðð»ð pic.twitter.com/qlYS83pnb9 — Michael Clarke (@MClarke23) March 13, 2017 Windies wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin also seems to be a big fan of the festival. He decided to show his affection for the tradition in a mild manner with his family. Playing holi today with the family pic.twitter.com/H6GPAa6cah — Denesh Ramdin (@shotta8080) March 13, 2017 Aussie allrounder Glenn Maxwell was also unable to control his temptation and joined in on the celebration with his Kings XI Punjab teammates during the 2016 Holi at his hotel. Turns out Maxwell is also a seasoned 'Bhangra' dancer. Happy #Holi! A special edition of Maxi's Blog coming soon! pic.twitter.com/K6xgRhQkS0 — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) March 24, 2016 Holi seemed to be really popular amongst the Kiwis as well, all the way back in 2011 when the entire New Zealand roster threw the festive colours at each other in the stands during a practice session.
  2. "I can't believe a film on menstruation just won an Oscar!" - said 25-year-old director, Rayka Zehtabchi. Honestly, neither can we. But, Guneet Monga's 'Period. End of Sentence' has created history (both for the world and India) by winning the Best Documentary Short Subject at the 91st Academy Awards aka Oscars 2019. © Twitter The documentary, which deals with the stigma around menstruation in rural India, revolves around a group of women who didn't have access to pads that further lead to health problems. But, when a sanitary pad machine is installed in their village, they start learning how to manufacture and market their own pads, in order to become financially independent and also improve their hygiene. © sikhya entertainment India swelled with pride when the short documentary was announced as the winner. In fact, from Guneet Monga, Priyanka Chopra, Vicky Kaushal, Akshay Kumar to Joey King, Twitter is flooded with congratulatory messages and wishes for the team and the movie. One of the most special moments of the evening...a film based on the taboos around menstruation wins BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT! Congratulations to the entire #Periodendofsentence team, and my fearless friend @guneetm!! #Oscars2019 — PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) February 25, 2019 Congratulations to @guneetm and the entire team of #PeriodEndOfSentence for winning big at the #Oscars! Much needed topic of discussion and well deserved win ðð — Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) February 25, 2019 WE WON!!! To every girl on this earth... know that you are a goddess... if heavens are listening... look MA we put @sikhya on the map â¤ï¸ — Guneet Monga (@guneetm) February 25, 2019 Congratulations Guneet!!! #Oscar #PeriodEndOfSentence ð¤ð¤ð¤ https://t.co/QbyXKHWMsZ — Vicky Kaushal (@vickykaushal09) February 25, 2019 Congrats MrMuruganandam,cast&crew of 'Period,End of sentence'.Women's issue which was considered awkward in our country for long is now taken to the level of Oscars' recognition to reach the entire population of the world.Proud of you, the makers of the film.#Periodendofsentence — R Sarath Kumar (@realsarathkumar) February 25, 2019 Congrats Guneet Monga @sikhya ! for coproducing this documentary film that won the Oscar. https://t.co/PV2w3yZMgD — Devdutt Pattanaik (@devduttmyth) February 25, 2019 Congratulations @guneetm for Winning an Oscar for the short film PERIOD ! My producer and India's pride . — Paresh Rawal (@SirPareshRawal) February 25, 2019 “I'm not crying because I'm on my period or anything! I can't believe a film about menstruation just won an Oscar!” — Emily Nussbaum (@emilynussbaum) February 25, 2019 “A period should end a sentence not a girls education” â¤ï¸ #oscars — Joey King (@JoeyKing) February 25, 2019 “I'm not crying because I'm on my period...” is the new standard by which all opening sentences of acceptance speeches should be judged. — Stephen Amell (@StephenAmell) February 25, 2019 The family of Sneha, one of the women who appeared in the documentary, have been celebrating ever since the it won the award. Hapur: Family of Sneha, one of the women appearing in 'Period. End of Sentence.' which won #Oscars for Best Documentary Short Subject celebrate in Kathikhera village. It's based on a group of women, including her, which led a revolution here against taboo surrounding menstruation pic.twitter.com/88Aaujjksy — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) February 25, 2019 'Period. End of Sentence' also features the real 'Pad Man' Arunachalam Muruganantham and his unit in UP's Hapur, where the documentary is based.
  3. Arguably one of the biggest names in international cricket, Virat Kohli's leadership skills and artistry with the willow has earned him a strong fanbase across the globe. Whether he's playing at home or abroad, Kohli continues to garner praise and win accolades on the back of his consistent on-field exploits. But, apart from his cricketing skills, it is Kohli's character that makes him different. His passion, clubbed with aggression, makes him one of the fierce competitors the game has ever seen. Whether it's taking on an opposition bowler with the willow or verbal volleys, Kohli doesn't back down from a fight, which saw him earning the tags of a boorish cricketer and spoilt brat, early in his career. However, those who have followed the Indian cricket captain would know, that while he's aggressive and competitive on the field, Kohli is equally humble and grounded off it. Staying true to his nature, the Delhi lad has once again garnered plaudits from the cricket fans for his latest touching gesture. Sweet #viratkohli celebrates his security personnel #faizalkhan birthday while on work ððð A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on Feb 21, 2019 at 11:29am PST The 30-year-old was recently busy shooting for an advertisement when he was told about the birthday of his security personnel Faizal Khan. The Indian cricketer immediately halted the work he was engrossed with and cheered for Faizal during his cake-cutting ceremony. His security personnel, who was elated with Kohli's presence, offered the cake to his employer who didn't just oblige, but also gave him an expensive gift. While his recent gesture was hailed on the social media, Kohli will now be expected to lead from the front when India hosts Australia for two Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) and five One-Day Internationals (ODIs), slated to begin from 27th February.
  4. While most of you are busy celebrating Valentine's Day today with your SO, we at MensXP are celebrating some of the most beautiful love stories. Love stories that are far greater than any shackles of stereotypes, discrimination against homosexuality, barriers of caste, religion and everything in between. Stories of people who dared to bare their hearts in front of each other, overcame their ups and downs in life together with a big smile on their faces. Amidst the daily battles between old school romance vs millennial love, reel-life romance vs real-life love stories; there is one couple who is living their love one moment at a time and redefining the term 'relationship goals' for all of us every day. We're talking about Rajkummar Rao and Patralekha, whose 8-year-old relationship has not only stood the test of time but also proved to be an inspiration for those around them. © Instagram Rajkummar is undoubtedly one of the finest and the most versatile actors in the current crop of Bollywood. We have seen many facets of Rajkummar Rao on-screen, but how is the actor in real life, especially when it comes to love? Patralekha gave us exclusive insights into their relationship, their favourite memories and their idea of Valentine's Day. Their First Date & Favourite Memory "I was totally amazed and blown away by his dedication and hard work. He was focussed and would only concentrate on his next scene. I started admiring him and then we became friends", said Patralekha, who met him in FTII where the two had gone to do a student project. When asked about her favourite memory, she said, "I was back home in Shillong and Raj just turned up outside my home to surprise me." © Instagram The 'Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga' actor too has a special memory of how the two met and who played the cupid for him. Turns out it was a commercial he saw her in, "We never went on an official date. It's surprising but it's true. I had noticed her in a commercial before we got a chance to work with each other but somewhere deep down, I always knew that she is the one." Millennial Love vs Old School Romance "My idea of love is old school if you ask. I would love to receive a hand-written note from Patra or I love it when she asks me 'how your day' after a day's hard work. So, you can call me traditional that way, but I believe in keeping promises."- Rajkummar. "My idea of love is all about trust. You invest so much in a relationship emotionally that it can totally drain you if your trust or love is broken. So, both of us trust each other immensely and ensure we don't break it or take each other for granted." - Patralekha. © Instagram How Do The Two 'Share The Load' And Responsibilities Recently, Rajkummar and Patralekha appeared together in the campaign organised by Ariel. The campaign talks about gender equality and urges the sons to '#ShareTheLoad'. The core triggering question of this powerful movement is – 'Are we teaching our sons what we are teaching our daughters?' Bollywood's latest 'IT' couple too participated in the campaign and spoke to lengths about their idea of equality. Rajkummar said, "Today's sons will be tomorrow's husbands and thus, they should be equipped to demonstrate equality within the household. They can start this with simple chore like laundry and start sharing responsibilities with their mothers and sisters so that they grow up to be equal partners when they get married." © Instagram Patralekha too feels that since women today are excelling in all fields, they expect to get support from their partners so that they don't feel overburdened with responsibilities. "It's only fair that their partners share the load. But if sons of today are not equipped to contribute to household work, they will never be able to do it in future. Thus, conflict is natural to occur. I am thankful to have Raj as a partner. He believes, says, and demonstrates that we are truly equal partners. But, partners like Raj shouldn't be exceptions, they should be the norm," said Patralekha. Reel-Life Vs Real-Life Jealousy and possessiveness can sometimes break even the strongest of relationships. With billions of people watching you and keeping a track of your personal life, things only get tough for Bollywood actors. "I am quite secure that way. It's because of the confidence, comfort and trust that Raj gives me. We share everything so there is no doubt and if there is, I openly ask him, and he explains. Being from the same industry, I understand the limitations and compulsions that actors must go through. So, it works out fine." - Patralekha. Just like all of us, Raj and Patra too have their own plans and ideas about Valentine's Day and they are genuinely better than all of ours. © Instagram "Every day is a Valentine's Day with Patra. She is a great partner and a great friend; she is the person I want to come back to after a long day. I can be myself with her without being judged. I think love is about all this, about the comfort, compassion, fun that you share with the partner." - Rajkummar. View this post on Instagram #JummaChumma with @patralekhaa #Bangkok video credit by my dear friend @vivek_daschaudhary A post shared by Raj Kummar Rao (@rajkummar_rao) on Dec 30, 2017 at 9:52am PST "We celebrate love every day…that's the best part of being us. No special plans, being together and taking time out for each other is the best thing to do." - Patralekha. We guess we all can learn a lesson or two from Raj and Patra, as the two lovingly call each other, when it comes to treating our partners as equals.
  5. 2018 is on the verge of ending and if we look back, we can find some good and some bad memories collected in some corner of our mind. From breakups to getting a new job, from being single to getting hitched, from being sad to having the greatest day of our lives, there was something for everyone. via GIPHY Good or bad, the end of this year and the starting of the next should be celebrated no matter what. And when it comes to the New Year welcoming celebrations, the first place that pops in our mind is Goa. There's something about this place that makes people go wild! Sadly though, Goa has become a cliché. via GIPHY You can find every Tom-Dick-Harry making plans to go crazy and celebrate New Year's Eve in Goa. Consequently, the place has become too crowded. You won't be able to find a decent place to party where the crowd is limited and decent. To put it bluntly, Goa feels like Kumbh Mela on New Year's Eve. via GIPHY To solve your problem, here are five places which would kind of give you the feel of Goa but would be relatively less crowded: 1. Varkala, Thiruvananthapuram Situated in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, Varkala has one of the most beautiful beaches of India. It is clean, the water is blue, and not many tourists know about it, so it is less crowded. © GoIbibo This is the place for you if you want to get out of the hustle bustle of the city and just unwind. Plus, there are cliffs adjacent to beaches and a climb to the top would give you a mesmerising view! 2. Gokarna, Karnataka You can call this the mini Goa. Gokarna is around 190 km from Goa (to the South) and easily accessible by train or by road. If you need a quiet beach where you can enjoy with your friends, then this is the place for you. © Reddit It's a perfect destination for a solo-trip as well. It has quite a few beaches, so you would have options to set a bonfire and welcome the New Year. 3. Pondicherry As the French said, it's the paradise of India and it's probably what made the French East India Company set its headquarters here in 1674. Pondicherry is rife with beautiful French architecture and beaches that you would just love. © GoIbibo The food is amazing, beer is cheap, and the view is mesmerising. Pondicherry offers both, nature and feel of the city. It's the perfect place for people who are suffering from 'wanderlust.' 4. Tarkarli, Maharashtra This is the place for you if you want to party on 31st night and do water sports on 1st morning. Tarkarli has everything that Goa has, minus the crowd. You can drink chilled beer at shacks, watch the sunset on clean beaches, and can go for scuba diving or parasailing. © Wikipedia The place is a perfect weekend getaway when you're in the mood for some adventure. Just make sure you have some company, as it doesn't offer much to solo travellers. 5. Diu If you already don't know, then let me tell you. You can either plan for Daman or for Diu in a single trip. Because they're around 650 km apart. Of the two, Diu is a much better option. © Pinterest The beaches of Diu are comparatively cleaner and the city has more sightseeing to offer. There are the Nadia caves, churches, forts, and temples. And of course, beaches and cheap beer. You can spend your 31st December by exploring the city during the day and enjoying at the beach during the night. The place worth a visit at least once. So, which place will you be heading to?
  6. So, people all over the country are excited about the movie '2.0'? Wow, so shocking, who would have expected that? All jokes aside, you know you have one of the most excited audience when it's a Rajinikanth movie, like people's love for him honestly knows no bounds. Then, you add Akshay Kumar to the mix and it's a winner for sure, at least when it comes to getting fans amped up for the movie. © lyca productions We knew the movie is already a box-office success after recovering almost the entire budget (https://www.mensxp.com/entertainment/bollywood/48544-lsquo-2-0-rsquo-has-already-recovered-almost-all-of-its-530-crore-budget-even-before-its-release.html )way before the release of the movie but the movie is finally here and the morning screenings were nothing short of a celebration. #2point0 | #Rajinifever It's a celebration for fans outside #Aurora in #Mumbai @2Point0movie @rajinikanth @karanjohar @akshaykumar pic.twitter.com/sRn2zs2fl2 — Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) November 29, 2018 The cheering, the dancing, the excitement, it's hard to tell if it's the celebration of a movie or like a desi wedding. #RajiniFever | It's a big day for fans too as @2Point0movie releases today. Early morning scenes from #Matunga in #Mumbai @rajinifans #Rajinikanth #2point0 #2Point0Release pic.twitter.com/2q0Nu5m5El — Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) November 29, 2018 One thing common is all the dhol-walas! Fans gathered outside Carnival Cinemas Imax Wadala to see & cheer for their superstar at #FirstDayFirstShow of #2Point0.@2Point0movie @rajinikanth @akshaykumar @shankarshanmugh @LycaProductions @DharmaMovies #2Point0 #2Point0FromToday #2Point0FDFS #2point0Premiere #Koimoi pic.twitter.com/xXS9nrXWtR — Koimoi.com (@Koimoi) November 29, 2018 Are you sure it's not a baraat? #2point0 | Visuals from outside #Aurora cinema in #Mumbai ahead of the first show of #Rajinikanth's new release#rajinifever #2Point0Release @akshaykumar @karanjohar @rajinikanth @shankarshanmugh pic.twitter.com/A2SO4u6ZKR — Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) November 29, 2018 The 'Rajini fever' is real and it's spreading outside every theatre. #Rajinikanth fans inside the cinema hall before the #firstdayfirstshow of @2Point0movie #Rajinikanth #Rajnikanth #2point0 #2Point0Release @rajinikanth@karanjohar @shankarshanmugh @akshaykumar pic.twitter.com/CWj398inxN — Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) November 29, 2018 People have gone all out! #Rajinikanth movie releases today | #Mood outside Aurora Talkies in #Mumbai#rajinifever #2point0 #2Point0Release pic.twitter.com/85E384fiDF — Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) November 29, 2018 So many celebrations! #2Point0 also marks @akshaykumar's Tamil debut#2Point0Release #Rajinikanth #Rajnikanth #Mumbai #Firstdayfirstshow pic.twitter.com/yvWMllvNPm — Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) November 29, 2018 So much madness. This chariot is a new addition to the usual celebrations outside #Aurora Cinema ahead of every #Rajnikanth release. @rajinikanth#2Point0 #2Point0Release #Rajini #AkshayKumar @karanjohar @2Point0movie @shankarshanmugh @akshaykumar pic.twitter.com/4NhdzIrZa6 — Mumbai Mirror (@MumbaiMirror) November 29, 2018
  7. Today is Diwali and I don't think I need to remind you that, because the unending stream of WhatsApp forwards and stickers must have already done the job of informing, I mean wishing you. Diwali is the festival that teaches us the value of the "what goes around comes around." Yes, you guessed it right. We're talking about the soan-papdi dabbas and crockery sets and bowls, which eventually end up in our hands after we passed it forward to our friends and relatives. Wikimedia Seriously, who named this festival Diwali and not 'passing the parcel game' instead? But Diwali is not just about circulating soan-papdi dabbas, it's also a festival of lights, rangolis, dressing up for selfies and for some. it's an occasion to burst firecrackers. But, since firecrackers have been banned and restricted in some areas this year, Twitter has come up with an interesting way of celebrating Diwali. I am not talking about gathering at Connaught Place to shout Thain Thain. Being the savage platform that Twitter is, it decided to crack hilarious jokes and memes instead, and the result is dhamaakedar, to say the least. Munna and Circuit this Diwali ð pic.twitter.com/ywLBqL00jW — Ankur Singh (@iAnkurSingh) November 6, 2018 Sc - Burst crackers only between 8-10pm. *Me at 9:59pm* - pic.twitter.com/A4ln71H8CX — Mask Ishan (@Mr_LoLwa) November 6, 2018 #Diwali is a festival of (traffic) lights pic.twitter.com/cYFgQBC6MN — Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) November 5, 2018 Deepavali is incomplete without this Fake NASA Picture. ð#दà¥à¤ªà¤¾à¤µà¤²à¥ pic.twitter.com/MmKoY2SY26 — Gautam Polð¡ (@D_confused33) November 7, 2018 Pic 1 : Before Diwali season Pic 2 : After Diwali pic.twitter.com/iGlJ9faGTy — Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) November 7, 2018 When your neighbour purchased Kaju Katlis as a return gift for their guests and you got Soan Papdi packets at home.#HappyDiwali pic.twitter.com/784epWfRDH — Kaju Katli (@MonkNxtDoor) November 7, 2018 *South Delhi girl after lighting a phool jhadi*ð¥#Diwali #HappyDeepavali pic.twitter.com/kcewAGM7AL — Tweeterað¦ (@DoctorrSays) November 6, 2018 Why mummy?#Diwali #MEMES #Robot2 pic.twitter.com/DyXvELfmYo — Alright (@TheAlrightSquad) November 6, 2018 Soan papdi during diwali. pic.twitter.com/k5KqimGKXw — Sanjeev ð®ð³ (@Snju_Baba) November 4, 2018 * When a relative gives soan papdi in a chocolate box * Relative: pic.twitter.com/BpEWYn8v0k — Freelance 007 (@James_Beyond) November 6, 2018 Everyone on whatsapp today. #HappyDiwali pic.twitter.com/AIcwvXPls8 — Angoor Stark ðð®ð³ (@ladywithflaws) November 7, 2018 Diwali is on 7th November. Spend all your 2000 Rs notes on sweets, lights and crackers. Because, the next day is 8th November — The Bad Doctor (@DOCTORATLARGE) November 6, 2018 Soan papdi during Diwali pic.twitter.com/zubeS4UGF2 — Reena Kamat ð®ð³ (@_r33na__) November 6, 2018 Crackers before and after 10:00 PM pic.twitter.com/s1lg67Snig — Sanskari_stud ð (@sanskari_stud) November 6, 2018 People to Soan Papdi's dabba during Diwali.. pic.twitter.com/yU6xOHRFk9 — Romz (@RomanaRaza) November 5, 2018
  8. India's current favourite batsman Virat Kohli turns 30 today, and clearly, he has been ageing like fine wine. Given his recent streak of mind-blowing performances, one can only ascertain that he is on the path to even more greatness. The fastest batsman to have scored 10,000 runs in the 50-over format, he also electrified scoreboards by smashing his way to three consecutive hundreds against two rival teams. © Instagram That gives him and his beloved wife Anushka Sharma more than one reason to celebrate. So, according to the latest reports, the couple is currently in Haridwar for Kohli's birthday, where they are expected to pay a visit to the Anant Dham Atmabodh Ashram today. © Instagram Anushka just posted her social media birthday wishes for hubby on Instagram, wherein the very-much-in-love couple can be seen smiling into the camera wrapped up in woollens. Anushka even added a short and sweet caption that dripped with gratitude. View this post on Instagram Thank God for his birth ððâ¤ï¸â¨ A post shared by AnushkaSharma1588 (@anushkasharma) on Nov 4, 2018 at 9:20pm PST Thanking the heavens for the “birth” of her man, well she's really playing the perfect wife one could ask for. We can't wait for more images from the celebrations to pop-up really soon.
  9. Virat Kohli's style game is as strong as his abilities on the cricket field. He clearly has a big heart too, that's just as grand. Proving all of this true, he recently celebrated Diwali with children from Dharavi, along with other cricketers including Umesh Yadav, Shreyas Iyer, Ishan Kishan, and Manjot Karla. Basketball player Satnam Singh was also present there. The event was as joyous and heartwarming, as it was fashionable. We got to witness our favourite sport-stars in all their festive glory, in smart kurta-pyjamas and Nehru jackets. Singer Armaan Malik was also present there. Take a look. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani
  10. Durga Puja celebrations are in full swing, and Bollywood has been revelling in the festivities like there is no tomorrow. From Varun Dhawan to Kajol, everyone has been offering their prayers and joining the customary 'pandal-hopping'. Here is a glimpse. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani However, one celebrity who has bowled us over with her special way of celebrating, is Sushmita Sen. Bringing out the inner Bengali in her, Sush decided to perform a kickass traditional 'Dhunuchi Naach' with her daughter. Sush clearly knows how to do it in style. Take a look. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sushmita Sen (@sushmitasen47) on Oct 16, 2018 at 7:42pm PDT All we can say is, 'Dugga, dugga!'
  11. I have said this a million times and I will say it again – Mumbai Police has the best account on Twitter and everyone else should just delete their accounts because let's be clear, no one can compete with them. There are so many meme pages on every social media platform but there's only one that matters, and we all know which one I'm talking about. Just a couple of days ago they came out with a hilarious 'Riverdale' meme and well, only Veronica Lodge would not be happy about it. Well, we don't really play cool if you break the rule! #AlwaysFollowTheRules pic.twitter.com/p7YJkjUtco — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) September 1, 2018 Yes kids, always follow rules. Side note – this scene from 'Brooklyn Nine Nine' goes perfectly with this. © FOX And now, being very topical like always, they have a cautionary message for people celebrating Janmashtami. Let your being 'on top of the world' feeling not get shattered by unnecessary carelessness! #AwareGovindaAalaRe #WearSafetyGear pic.twitter.com/EsTkpmJSSc — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) September 3, 2018 The best part about this is that no one is complaining and stopping people from celebrating however they want, it's just a warning about how to pay just a little more attention to not face any bad consequences. That's how it should be because it's a life-saving suggestion which is actually quite important to implement. Full props for the hashtag also, everyone always appreciates a good word play. So, remember to break the handi, not you head. I actually have a better suggestion for this – break the handi, not your haddi. See, isn't that better? Mumbai Police, are you reading this? Are you hiring? Like always, people really liked the PSA. Always ð — Anup N (@anupnagle) September 3, 2018 Good idea. the minimum age of Govinda phatak should be 18 years and height of the pyramid should be no more than 20 feet due to safety reasons. I hope this is adhered. Even Lord Krishna & his friends formed pyramid not more than 10ft I assume. — Allwyn Michael (@AllwynMichael) September 3, 2018 This is exactly what I said! Dear @MumbaiPolice this is what I like most about u, this is the actual way of awaring ppl. As u never ask ppl not to celebrate festival, but u say do celebrate it to fullest but beware of ur safety n make everyone around comfortable. It's gonna b busy day 4 u guys, so gud luck — rohit shukla (@srunny) September 3, 2018 Very well put. ððvery well put up, break the handi not your head — sonitaa@k (@sonitaaak0925) September 3, 2018
  12. I will have to be honest, I don't know much, okay anything about sports, but I'm very well-versed in memes and we can all agree that Neymar won the best meme trophy during the FIFA World Cup this year. All of his over dramatic antics earned him the title of a crybaby and I think it is quite well-deserved. I mean, remember this Oscar-worthy performance? And, these hilarious memes? Is this your Neymar??? Is this why you call him a GOAT cause he's been eating Russian grass all 90 mins??? #BRASUI #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/lqIIM7JMEj — The Virgin Prince Of Chitownð (@ShadayaTawona25) June 18, 2018 Which Neymar Jr. are you today? Neymar loved the grass in Russia #worldcup #BRASUI pic.twitter.com/pDYxCGMU7X — Lethabo (@LethaboMorodi) June 18, 2018 And, people even made these hilarious comparisons. He has been mocked so much this World Cup but his memes have died down since then. So, he took it upon himself to get back on Twitter's good side and he made of fun of himself and it was hilarious. You know you can trust a person who can take a joke about themselves, and Neymar just did that during a game last night. After scoring a goal over Nimes in France's Ligue 1 yesterday, he saw chance to put all the 'crybaby' ridicule to rest and he jumped on it. Some people in the audience had brought over the banner 'Neymar is a crybaby' and he took the opportunity to go celebrate his goal by going in front of the banner and made a crying motion in front of it. Look at this, this is just too funny! Neymar scores for PSG at Nimes… …and runs straight over to the 'Neymar is a cry baby' banner ð­ pic.twitter.com/iNFvFNBkFi — ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) September 1, 2018 What a guy! Opposing fans held up a sign calling Neymar a "crybaby." So when he scored, he celebrated in front of it ð pic.twitter.com/x0EfNNma2O — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 1, 2018 Pure class indeed. ð½ð Pure class from @neymarjr ð #NOPSG pic.twitter.com/hVRQ8rQBN0 — Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) September 1, 2018 Everyone appreciated him shutting up the trolls once and for all, and that too in the best way. Savage..ðð — Swapnil Shankar (@SwapnilShanka12) September 1, 2018 Exact same feel. pic.twitter.com/w7hjqLaWop — A L E X (@alexpersanch) September 1, 2018 Yep. Neymar has officially gone full WWE heel. https://t.co/3XSKJzHpHM — Brooks Peck (@BrooksDT) September 1, 2018 But, at least he's funny. Elite celebration but he's still a crybaby — Robert Durst (@ColonelSandurst) September 1, 2018
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