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  1. It wouldn't be saying much if we tell you that Ranveer Singh has had one of the best years of his career so far in 2018. Actually, you know what, we just did. But anyhow, while last year was good, and we have a feeling that this year might just turn out to be better, but it is actually the next year which is screaming 'best' because Ranveer is set to star in his first ever biopic '83', which will release in 2020. Based on the life of India's legendary cricketer Kapil Dev, '83' has been garnering a lot of momentum lately ever since it finally received its date of release. From a stellar supporting cast to finally zeroing in on who would play coach to Ranveer Singh's Kapil Dev in the film, it seems like Kabir Khan directorial project is finally set to hit the floors after much delay. © BCCL So if the latest reports are to be believed, Pankaj Tripathi shall be seen training Ranveer Singh, who will be portraying Kapil Dev in the film. It has also been reported that Nawazuddin was approached for the role initially, but he declined the offer due to prior commitments. However, all we can say is that we are thrilled by this change of events because we feel this pairing is an absolute show stealer and the duo would set the screen on fire with their terrific acting skills and the freshness they bring to each of their characters. © Twitter Even when Ranveer and Pankaj recently met each other during a shoot, the pair couldn't stop praising each other's work. Later, Ranveer also shared his desire to work with Pankaj and suggested that a possibility might be in the works. View this post on Instagram Training begins... #83 #kapildev @ranveersingh @83thefilm #balwindersinghsandhu A post shared by Kabir Khan (@kabirkhankk) on Jan 12, 2019 at 3:14am PST More recently, the makers also announced that Punjabi singer-actor Ammy Virk is set to play Balwinder Singh Sandhu in the film, while another Bollywood Hungama report shared that, Sunny Kaushal, Harrdy Sandhu and Tahir Raj Bhasin have also been roped in for the film. With the film set to release on 10th April 2020, anticipation around the film is definitely running high amongst movie-goers and cricket fans alike.
  2. My name is Miten Kakaiya and I am a fitness coach. You might think it was easy for me, because it is my profession. The truth is that I was nowhere close to where I am now, physique wise. I tried and failed for many years before I learned what I was doing wrong and what I had to do right. This is a look into my journey. When Fitness Was A Dream Back in school, I was the 'fat', out-of-shape kid. I would still push myself to get through a workout routine (3 sets of 10 push-ups, 3 sets of 50 crunches, 3 sets of 10 squats) that I had fashioned for myself every night before bed. But those push-ups, crunches, and squats did absolutely nothing. Perhaps because I was doing it for the wrong reason, which was simply that I was frustrated. My first gym experience was a short, 3-month stint before I was to leave for the university to Manchester, UK. I thought it would do the trick since I clearly wasn't getting anywhere on my own. As part of my membership, I received a complimentary month-long diet plan, which was quite terrible. I also hired a personal trainer, who introduced me to the basics of weight training. The outcome was- I did manage to increase my arms by half a cm which gave me the false impression of having achieved an Arnie-like physique! Life Lesson 1 Stints don't stick. When starting any fitness journey, even if it's an 8-week Plan, the mindset should be to focus not just on a goal to be achieved by the end of the plan but to look ahead at making that planning part of a journey. When Fitness Was A Fad False impressions aside, my stint at the gym in India led me to join a gym as soon as I got to the UK in 2011 for keeping the momentum going. But the distractions of being in a new country, with new friends and a new life meant that I went to the gym not more than 6 times in a whole year. This plus my irregular eating habits resulted in a 'skinny fat' physique, which I had come to accept as my body shape. With very little motivation left in me, I didn't dare re-join the gym next year but occasionally played some football to keep my stamina up. When, in my third year, a gym opened up right under my student accommodation, my flatmate and best friend, who was also my first fitness motivator, persuaded me to join with him. We believed that thanks to the proximity, we'd be more regular than we'd ever been. What happened in reality though was that gymming became just a vanity trip – we'd go only on days we were planning to go out clubbing, so we could show-off the pump and feel good about ourselves. And although we were more consistent with gymming by the end of the year, my nutrition needs were severely lacking. Grabbing a burger from McDonald's or a £1 frozen pizza for our post-workout meals effectively meant our 'workout' sessions were nothing but a waste of time. The next year, an unexpected (albeit misguided) motivation came my way when my sister moved to the US, making it possible for me to attend my dream festival – the Ultra Music Festival in Miami in March 2014. Two months ahead of the festival, I was gymming 5 days a week, pushing myself to run that extra mile, and eating only home-cooked meals. At the end of 2 months, I achieved decent results (still no abs though!). But again it all came to naught, as after the festival I had lost all my motivation again. Life Lesson 2 Right reasons matter. Motivations come in many shapes and forms but the ones that truly last are those that are not limited by transient goals, such as a number of the weighing scale, a pair of jeans to fit into, or the number of abs that show. When Fitness Became A Reality In my final year at university, a new friend became possibly my biggest and most influential motivator till that point. He introduced me to the concept of a Balanced Diet (as opposed to just dieting), and Macros and how it all works. I came to realize the connection between food and exercise as I observed how eating healthier made working out easier, effective and enjoyable. It was during one month just before the summer of 2015, when I was on lockdown, studying for my exams that I went a clean-eating mission. Naturally, I had no distractions in the form of parties and what not. Instead, I was tied to my study table, with very little physical activity. My daily routine was cooking clean meals, eating them, studying, cooking again, eating again, studying and sleeping. To my shock and surprise, I saw the best results that I had ever seen in my entire life from those 4 weeks of no exercise but eating pristine clean. I had lost 7 kgs! I even observed the faint beginnings of my ab muscles showing through for the first time in my life. After years often pointless slogging at the gym, I realized that food was the real answer! Soon I couldn't wait to apply weight training with diet to see what wonders it would do for my body. And for once I was not disappointed! Two months later, I had a ripped physique with six-pack abs. Now I was the one with the physique I always admired on others. Life Lesson 3 Finding the right balance is crucial. Food is an essential part of the health and fitness equation. It literally is the fuel for our body and can change the outcome of your workout routines. Being on the fitness journey is also a constant process of learning about your body, how it works and what works. When Fitness Became A Lifestyle The results were so incredible and addictive that I just didn't feel like eating anything unhealthy. Eating clean and going to the gym became a natural part of my life, such that my day felt incomplete if I didn't eat clean through the day, and didn't manage to squeeze in at least one weight training session. What was also incredible was that I was seeing these results without having done a single mile of running or cardio. And I didn't even have to resort to bland foods and salads all the time. But I was willing to experiment, learn, and adopt a few things from my old lifestyle to fit my new one. By now, I knew what I was doing would continue to get me the results if I was consistent, and so I had no reason to stop. My goal, then, changed to PROGRESS. They say that it is good to have an end goal in mind. According to me, however, that's not the case for fitness. The aim shouldn't be just to reach a particular shape, size or number because you'll lose motivation the moment you get there – similar to what happened to me after Miami in 2014. But when the goal is to keep growing and progressing, one day at a time, to be the better version of yourself every single day - there is nothing that can stop you. My biggest victory was a mental one. I had long stopped comparing myself, my physique, my body with those around me. I was my only competition, and that was what motivated me to stay on track. Make this a lifestyle – do it to please no one but yourself. Life Lesson 4 The fitness journey never ends. Fitness becomes a lifestyle when it stops being something extra that you have to accommodate into your lives, instead becomes what directs how you live your life. Your fitness routine (diet and workout) also has to be your own. It has to seamlessly fit into your life so that it stops being a struggle but comes naturally to you.
  3. For more than a year, France's Paul Pogba felt like an unfortunate employee with a horrible boss at work, while playing for Manchester United. For days, Pogba had to sustain Mourinho insulting him in public and inside the locker room, calling him 'a virus', for instance. Mourinho's continuous scuffles with the now FIFA World Cup champion had Pogba doubting himself. © Reuters The stress began to show not only on Pogba's face but also in his game. A lot of big names of football had blamed Mourinho for his poor form last year and it seems that they were bang on target, as ever since the highly volatile Jose Mourinho was fired and was replaced by interim coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, or the Norwegian angel if you ask Pogba, the Frenchman has gone back to the old midfielder who was the most expensive player back in 2016 when he was signed up by ManU for £89 million. “Before the coach (Solskjaer) arrived, I was in the shadows, on the bench, and I accepted that,” he said after the impressive 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. “It is a pleasure to play again. Now I am always smiling.” © Reuters Gunnar's efforts put in towards Pogba and the rest of the team reflects in his undefeated record of 6-0. With United now tied for the fifth rank in the Premier League standings, there is a good chance that Solskjaer will be appointed as the permanent coach of the team and the players have shown their undivided support towards this idea. "It's a pleasure to be reunited with him," said Pogba. "I knew him from the academy and the reserves when his nickname was 'Supersub'.” Solskjaer, on the other hand, like a great coach, is not ready to settle with the 6-0 record. After beating the Lillywhites, the Red Devils are only seven points behind them. Gunnar now wants his team to chase and erase the seven-point difference and reach the third rank in the league. "He is doing a really good job,” Pogba added in Gunnar's praise. “As a player, he knew the mentality of this club. He has come back to help us and it is going very well."
  4. Roger Federer has been the face of tennis all around the world for more than a decade. With his unique and absolutely magical technique, the FedEx has successfully conquered the grandest of stages while hundreds of challengers came and went. <iframe width="629" height="392" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/Qk5ydxhQet8" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe> Although Federer has put in his fair share of hours practising, with even the smallest of factors impacting his game at least a thousand times, there was another man who stayed by his side all along. Peter Carter, whom Federer gives all the credit for carving out a diamond from the coal when he was in his youth, was one of the better tennis players that Australia had ever produced. Known for having a short temper, Carter was a man of principle. Before he chose to train Federer, the Aussie was known for winning the 1985 Melbourne Tennis Tournament. Carter saw in Roger, the greatest tennis player of all time. Even when Federer didn't believe in himself, it was Carter who bet all his fortune on Roger's future. In his teens, Federer was nowhere as calm and suave as we see him to be today. Full of rage, he would often end up breaking his racket after losing a point or shouting like a madman after an unforced error. Back then, it was Carter who was able to transform his anger into talent, who understood Federer when nobody else did and who built the base on which the 20-time Grand Slam champion now stands erect. © Reuters After all the work the duo put in, Federer was never able to share his laurels with Carter, as he passed away in a car crash in South Africa during his honeymoon, just one year before Federer won his first and the biggest Grand Slam, the 2003 Wimbledon Championship. In an interview with CNN, a week before the 2019 Australian Open begins, the reigning champion was unable to hold back his tears when the host asked about his Australian coach and broke down like an infant, taking everyone by surprise. "Peter was a really important person in my life. If I can say thank you for my technique today it's to Peter,” said the Swiss as he wiped the tears off his face. “Sorry. Oh, man, I still miss him so much. I hope he would be proud," he said with a heavy heart when asked about what Carter would think about Federer winning the 20 titles.
  5. Virat Kohli & Co. might be busy with the 5-match ODI series against West Indies, but in the back of their minds, the team is also low-key planning for the ICC World Cup that will take place in England in 2019. In case you're wondering if they are finalising their game plan or working on their fitness, you're wrong. While this might happen eventually, but currently the team is busy preparing their odd wish list for the tour which includes lots and lots of bananas. Confused? via GIPHY Reportedly, Team India's wish list for the tour is out and it includes bananas, a reserved rail coach and permission to have their wives accompany team to the tour. These were the requests that were put forward by the team, in their review meeting with the Committee of Administrators (CoA) in Hyderabad. Just like us, the request of bananas confused the CoA as well. According to a report in The Indian Express, sources said, "Apparently, the England cricket board failed to serve the Indian team with the fruit of their choice during the tour. But the CoA was amused by the request and said that the players should have told the team manager to buy bananas on the BCCI's expenses." Twitter/ BCCI Another demand that raised eyebrows in the review meeting was the preference for train travel in England. The team wants a coach to be booked for them and although the committee was initially concerned about their safety, they "agreed under the condition that the CoA or BCCI won't be held responsible if anything untoward happens." Sources further said, "There were other demands about booking hotels with a proper gym and discussions about the duration and protocol regarding wives accompanying players on tours." Team India is currently busy smashing massive runs against West Indies and giving their opponents a tough time on the ground. For those who missed out on yesterday's match, Team India won by 224 runs in the 4th ODI that was played at Mumbai's Brabourne Stadium on Monday.
  6. Growing up as a kid, most of us were arguably glued to our television sets to watch the episodes of World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Irrespective of our tuition classes or preliminary exams, we somehow managed to find time to catch a glimpse of our favourite wrestlers in action. Today, WWF might have become World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), but many of us still keep pulling off the signature moves of the prominent wrestlers in our bedrooms (well, I still do). Such was the entertainment on offer, that it was just too hard to resist. And, the fact that we still share the WWE stories with our friends over drinks, shows the kind of effect it had on us. At the ongoing Summer Youth Olympics, something similar came to the fore. Moldovan wrestler Alexandrin Gutu had his eyes set on the gold when he locked horns with Russia's Stepan Starodubtsev in the men's Greco-Roman 71kg category final. After toiling hard for a while, Gutu eventually secured the gold medal through 'Victory by Fall'. That's a celebration! ð¯ #Wrestling Congratulations to Alexandrin Gutu from #Moldova ð²ð© #goldmedal Men's Greco-Roman 71kg @wrestling Tune in now for the live competition from @BuenosAires2018! ðº https://t.co/wlr9pbj0zB pic.twitter.com/UBBdurOYaO — Olympics (@Olympics) October 13, 2018 Overwhelmed by emotions, the Moldovan wrestler raised his arms as he basked in the glory. Soon, Gutu saw his wrestling coach on the sidelines and there was no surprise to see him running straight into his arms. But, Gutu and the fans in the arena were in for a big surprise. I'd hate to see what happens when he loses......LOL. — Common Sense (@RealWorld2018) October 13, 2018 While Gutu expected a hug, the wrestling coach wrapped his arms around his ward before pulling off a WWE-like body slam. Gutu's coach was then seen giving a high-five and planting a kiss on the cheeks of his pupil. The act seemed like a premeditated move as part of their unique celebration. Love it ðªð¼ðð¼ — ð®ð³ Soumya Sarkar ð®ð³ (@SarkarSpeaking) October 13, 2018 And, though Gutu made his country proud by winning a gold medal, it was his coach who took the social media by storm with his brilliant 'body slam' celebration.
  7. Scoring 200 individual runs (both innings combined), securing a win for his side and scripting a resounding comeback in the Test series; Virat Kohli couldn't have done any better for the Indian cricket team than what he did at Trent Bridge. From marshalling his troops on the field to leading India's batting charge with the willow, Kohli's vital contribution in the third Test didn't just keep his team alive in the five-match series, but also set the premise for an exciting contest in the remaining two Tests. Burying the skeletons of their Lord's debacle, India's emphatic 203-run win showed their character and proved why they are ranked No. 1 in the longest format. And, there was no surprise to see skipper Kohli being named the 'Man of the Match' for his noticeable contribution in the match. © Reuters For a man who was battling his own demons of the infamous 2014 tour, Kohli has undoubtedly made the naysayers eat their words through a series of convincing performances in the three games so far. With 440 runs to his name, Kohli is currently leading the charts as the top run-scorer in the ongoing Test series. And, the fact that he is 234 runs ahead from Jonny Bairstow (who's ranked second on that list), goes on to show how consistent Kohli has been in the English conditions where other batsmen (from both the sides) have failed to score. ðð Player of the Match goes to #TeamIndia Skipper @imVkohli.#ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/4MTJj87MmY — BCCI (@BCCI) August 22, 2018 If his artistry with the willow garnered praise from the cricket fraternity, Kohli's touching tribute to his coach Ravi Shastri saw him winning hearts of the Indian fans. After receiving a bottle of champagne and the 'Man of the Match' medal, Kohli wasted no time in showing his gratitude to Shastri. He gave his bottle of champagne to Shastri as a gift, while thanking him for standing by his side through thick and thin. "This Test win was clinical" - #TeamIndia Head Coach @RaviShastriOfc applauds the team's performance after an emphatic win at Trent Bridge #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/N5DWo7ZPvz — BCCI (@BCCI) August 22, 2018 During the post-match press conference, Shastri was vocal about India's intent on being the best travelling team in the world. “Clear your heads and show me some accountability,” was his advice to the team before the third Test. “Very little practice, mental rest,” was the message immediately after the Lord's debacle. “Get ugly, look dirty, show grit and determination,” was his call to batsmen. Coming back from the dead, Kohli-led India would've surely cherished their win at Trent Bridge, but the team still has a long way to go when it comes to turning the tables on England in the remaining two matches and eventually winning the five-match Test series. The Indian team will be eager to build on the momentum when they lock horns with the hosts in the fourth Test, slated to begin from 30th August at the Rose Bowl Cricket ground in Southampton.
  8. Pakistan finished last in the recently concluded Champions Trophy in the Netherlands. Photo: FileKARACHI: Pakistan hockey coach Roelant Oltmans has slammed the team's performance in the recently concluded Champions Trophy in the...
  9. Belgium coach Roberto Martinez waves after the World Cup third-place playoff match against England in Saint Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg, Russia, July 14, 2018. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov ST PETERSBURG: A third-place finish at the World Cup on...
  10. Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic with skipper Luka Modric during their extra-time win over England. Photo:AFP MOSCOW: Ecstatic Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic is confident tiredness will not be an issue for his side when they face France in the World Cup...
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