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  1. After the 2014 film Bhoothnath Returns, Amitabh Bachchan is back as the solo lead with Nagraj Popatrao Manjule’s sports drama Jhund. The teaser of the film released a few days ago and garnered immense praise from the audience on social media. © T Series Now, the trailer of the film is out and features Amitabh Bachchan as a football coach Vijay, his iconic name in many blockbuster films in the ‘70s. He takes it on himself to reform and coach a ragtag team of kids and turn them into national level footballers. Sharing the trailer online, Amitabh Bachchan tweeted, “Aa rahi hai Sheron ki toli. Jamke khelenge sab, chahe striker ho ya goalie!” Take a look at the trailer below: T 4201 - Aa rahi hai Sheron ki toli. Jamke khelenge sab, chahe striker ho ya goalie!#Jhund trailer out now - https://t.co/2PZK8HgjVi See you in cinemas on 4th March, 2022. — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) February 23, 2022 Soon after the trailer released, fans were left in awe of it. One fan tweeted, “Tears and emotions What an amazing trailer #Jhund”. Another wrote, “OH DEAR GOOSEBUMPS .... biggest film in story line and what a comeback from amitabh bachan. #Jhund”. One user tweeted, “Just saw #JHUND trailer and it’s DHAMAKEDAR #AmitabhBachchan and #NagrajManjule seem to have a sure shot WINNER in their hands. And the boys are terrific. #AjayAtul’s music is cherry on the cake. This film will do WONDERS in Maharashtra.” “Gurudev @SrBachchan Sir you made me CRY... what a great #Jhund Trailer.. full of Emotions.. Energy.. Excellence,” read one comment under the trailer. © T Series Pointing out how Amitabh Bachchan is once again named Vijay after years, one fan replied, “Its Vijay once again!!!! Outstanding trailer. Indian Cinema is going to get a cult movie on 4th March. As usual Gurudev ji you were simply brilliant. You rocked. Award waiting for you. You made my cry”. Take a look at some of the responses below: Tears and emotions What an amazing trailer #Jhund https://t.co/H1A1TrVFNs @SrBachchan simple super — Moses Sapir (@MosesSapir) February 23, 2022OH DEAR GOOSEBUMPS .... biggest film in story line and what a comeback from amitabh bachan. #Jhund — SACHIN LONDHE (@Plaidsachin) February 23, 2022Just saw #JHUND trailer and it’s DHAMAKEDAR #AmitabhBachchan and #NagrajManjule seem to have a sure shot WINNER in their hands. And the boys are terrific. #AjayAtul’s music is cherry on the cake. This film will do WONDERS in Maharashtra. — AAVISHKAR (@aavishhkar) February 23, 2022Its Vijay once again!!!! Outstanding trailer. Indian Cinema is going to get a cult movie on 4th March. As usual Gurudev ji you were simply brilliant. You rocked. Award waiting for you. You made my cry.️️️ pic.twitter.com/RtEssNBZPq — ️EF Partho Das (@Partho701) February 23, 2022Gurudev @SrBachchan Sir you made me CRY... what a great #Jhund Trailer.. full of Emotions.. Energy.. Excellence https://t.co/FiP2PRvJ2V — THUGS OF 𝐀𝐦𝐢𝐭𝐚𝐛𝐡 𝐁𝐚𝐜𝐡𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐧 (@prashantkawadia) February 23, 2022 © T Series The film is slated to release in theatres on March 4, 2022. View the full article
  2. India achieved great results in the last four years with Ravi Shastri at the helm but that era came to an end earlier this month with his departure. He has been replaced by another legend of the game Rahul Dravid and people have already started making comparisons as to how different the two tenures will be. It’s too early to predict the amount of success India will have in Dravid’s regime but one thing is for sure that unlike the former head coach, the new coach will be more humble in his approach. Whether the team wins or loses, his behaviour won’t change much. © Reuters Unlike Shastri, who used to make tall claims calling his side the greatest cricket team of all-time, many believe the current coach would refrain from making such big statements and leave it upto the fans and pundits to be the judges of that. Many might argue that Shastri did nothing wrong by boasting about his team but former Indian opener Gautam Gambhir feels that it’s not a coach’s job to do, and described it as his biggest shortcoming. © Reuters “The one thing I found surprising is that when you play well, you don't usually boast about it. It's fine if others talk about it; when we won the 2011 World Cup, no one gave statements saying that this team is the best in the world, let alone country,” Gambhir said on Times Now Navbharat. Gambhir said that even if the team achieves great results Dravid’s statements will always remain balanced. He won’t go make big statements about the players and their performances. © Rishabh Pant Instagram “When you win, let others talk about it. You won in Australia, that's a big achievement no doubt. You won in England, performed well, no doubt. But let others praise you. You won't hear such statements from Rahul Dravid. Whether India play good or bad, his statements will always remain balanced. Moreover, it will reflect on other players. “Humility is very important, whether you play good or bad. Cricket won't go on forever. I think Dravid's major focus will be on players being good people first,” he added. View this post on Instagram Whatever Gambhir said about Dravid, turned out to be true after the New Zealand T20I series. The way India outclassed the touring team and completed a clean-sweep, Dravid could have heaped praise on his players and boasted about how they were able to put the T20 World Cup heartbreak behind them and perform as a complete unit but he didn’t do any of that. While acknowledging that it was great to start off his tenure with a series win, he urged the players to “keep our feet on the ground” and be "realistic about this win." © Twitter BCCI “It was a really good series win. Everyone played really well right through the series. It feels good, nice to start well. We are also quite realistic. We have to keep our feet on the ground and be a bit realistic about this win,” Dravid said at the post-match presentation . The way he commended the opposition for turning up for the series despite a short turnaround between the first T20I and the T20 World Cup final. He also highlighted the fact that it wouldn’t have been easy for the Kiwis to play the series right after their World Cup heartbreak. View this post on Instagram “Not easy for NZ to play a World Cup final and then to turn up three days later and play three games in six days, was never going to be easy for them. It was nice from our perspective but we have to learn from this series and move forward," he said. “It's a long journey ahead over the next two years and we'll have our share of ups and downs,” he added. © Twitter Under Shastri, India became one of the top Test teams in the world but it couldn’t win any ICC title. With three major ICC events lined up in the next two years, including the new WTC 2021-23 cycle, Dravid will have ample opportunity to leave his mark on the Indian team. View the full article
  3. 'Many changes are being made to fix Pakistan cricket, hence, everyone will have to contribute accordingly,' he says
  4. As uncertainty over the fate of women's sports lingers in Afghanistan, women footballers flee to Pakistan via Torkhum border
  5. PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja has already appointed Matthew Hayden, Vernon Philander as coaches for T20 World Cup
  6. Ever since the advent of Twenty20 (T20) cricket, fans have been greeted to numerous private leagues across the globe. But, none of those T20 tournaments even come close to the popularity and stature of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Bringing some of the biggest names in the business in a franchise-based tournament, the IPL, over the last 12 years, has managed to capture the imagination of fans on the back of scintillating contests. While the IPL remains an exciting tournament for fans, it is also one of the most lucrative events for the players. Whether it's about getting retained or going under the hammer for big bucks, the IPL continues to bring in the riches for cricketers whose paychecks seem to be getting bigger with each edition. But, the players aren't the only ones raking in the moolah. The coaches, too, have a tendency of attracting big paychecks. And, according to a Newsroompost report, the 8 current coaches are making an absolute killing in the thirteenth edition of the IPL. 1. Anil Kumble © Twitter/@lionsdenkxip A proven cricketer who gave everyone a glimpse of his coaching abilities during his brief stint with Team India, Anil Kumble is as big and as experienced as they come in the world of cricket. He learned the tools of his trade during his reign as Chief Mentor, first, with Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and, then, at the Mumbai Indians (MI) camp. Owing to his vast experience, the spin-bowling legend, last year, was roped in by Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) as their new head coach to change the team's fortunes in the 2020 edition. For his services, Punjab are paying him a whopping Rs 4 crore - making him the joint-highest earner in the coaching department. 2. Simon Katich © Twitter/@RCBTweets For a team that boasts of some of the biggest names in international cricket, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) have never managed to realise their full potential in the IPL. Thus, in a bid to turn the tide in their favour, the RCB made key changes to their coaching staff ahead of the 2020 edition. Last year in August, the Bangalore-based franchise announced the appointment of Australian legend Simon Katich as their new head coach. As revealed by Mike Hesson, RCB's Director of Cricket Operations, earlier this year, RCB was chasing Katich for a while before eventually securing his services for a staggering Rs 4 crore - the biggest paycheck, alongside Kumble, this season. 3. Stephen Fleming © Twitter/@ChennaiIPL One of the most successful teams in the IPL, the success of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) is often credited to their pragmatic captain MS Dhoni who undoubtedly has played a key role in their dominating performances over the years. But, as much as Dhoni, Stephen Fleming as head coach has also played his part in CSK's success. Joining CSK as head coach in 2009, Fleming has grown with the Chennai franchise both in terms of stature and popularity. Under his tutelage, Chennai has won three IPL titles, featured in 8 finals and made the Playoffs appearances a record 10 times. For all his efforts over the years, the New Zealander is drawing Rs 3.4 crore as salary this season. 4. Ricky Ponting © Twitter/@DelhiCapitals One of the best batsmen of all time, Ricky Ponting needs no introduction to cricket. While his batting captured the imagination of fans, Ponting's rise in the coaching department, too, continues to turn heads in cricketing circles. The Australian legend was at the helm of affairs during his stint as coach with Mumbai Indians from 2014 to 2016. His expertise, in January 2018, was sought by Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals) who appointed him as their new head coach. Since then, Ponting has been part of the Delhi fold, consistently trying to help the team realise their potential. The Punter's services have earned him Rs 3.4 crore this season. 5. Brendon McCullum © Twitter/@KKRiders For a man who had set the inaugural season of the IPL ablaze with a sensational knock of 158 runs, Brendon McCullum didn't really surprise anyone after reuniting with his old club Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), this time as their head coach. He played for Kolkata from 2008 to 2010 and was also part of the KKR side that won the franchise's maiden IPL title in 2012-13 season. With a perfect mix of young blood, proven stars and old warhorses in their squad, McCullum is eager to help Kolkata secure their third title win this season. While it's too early to predict KKR's success this season, McCullum, on the other hand, is already a winner with a handsome paycheck of Rs 3.4 crore in IPL 2020. 6. Andrew McDonald © Twitter/@rajasthanroyals A team that set the ball rolling with a title win in the inaugural season, Rajasthan Royals (RR) continue to live in the shadows of their past achievement. The team has failed to match the success of their rivals including the likes of Mumbai Indians (MI) and Chennai over the years. Last season, the 2008 champions reached a new low after finishing second-last in the points table. Thus, in a bid to bring in some necessary changes, Rajasthan roped in Andrew McDonald to replace Paddy Upton as their new coach in October last year. The former Australian all-rounder comes highly recommended on the back of his success in Big Bash League and other Australian domestic tournaments. His services have earned him a salary of Rs 3.4 crore. 7. Trevor Bayliss © Twitter/@SunRisers Making their first appearance in 2013, Sunrisers Hyderabad have given IPL giants a run for their money during their brief stint in the tournament. The Hyderabad-based franchise notched up their best-ever finish after winning their maiden IPL title in 2016. Two years later, the SRH were on the verge of their second title win, but Chennai dashed their hopes in the final. Last season, the David Warner-led side finished fourth in the table to make the Playoffs, but eventually lost the Eliminator to Delhi. Last year in July, they roped in England's 2019 World Cup-winning coach Trevor Bayliss as their new head coach for the 2020 season. Having guided KKR to two IPL titles earlier, Bayliss, owing to his vast experience, secured a paycheck of Rs 2.25 crore. 8. Mahela Jayawardene © Twitter/@mipaltan Arguably the most successful team in the tournament's history, Mumbai Indians are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to winning titles. The Rohit Sharma-led brigade has won a record four titles in the last 12 years. But, their fortunes really changed in November 2017 when they roped in Mahela Jayawardene as their new head coach. Taking over the reins from Ponting, the Sri Lankan's presence in the Mumbai camp made an immediate impact as Rohit & Co clinched their third title in 2017. Two years later, Jayawardene's experience allowed Mumbai to win their fourth title - most by any team in IPL history. For a man who has been nothing short of impressive for Mumbai, Jayardene draws a salary of Rs 2.25 crore - the joint-lowest amongst coaches in IPL 2020. View the full article
  7. International coaches have been a part of the Indian Premier League (IPL) curricula ever since the inception of the league took place back in 2008 when teams like Chennai Super Kings (runners-up) and Rajasthan Royals (champions) were coached by foreign legends like Kepler Wessels and Shane Warne, respectively. However, the situation with regard to the ongoing IPL season seems to be a bit on the edge, especially with the ICC World Cup 2019 less than a month away. The fact that there eight IPL franchises this year and all of them are head-coached by international personnel, seems to be irking a lot of members of the management team of the Men in Blue. A simple scenario: Former Australian captain, Ricky Ponting is currently entrusted with the role of the head coach of the Delhi Capitals franchise. Within ten days of IPL getting over, Ponting will join the head coach of the Australian cricket team, Justin Langer, as an assistant coach as they fly over to the United Kingdom for the World Cup. © Reuters As integral members of DC's batting strategies, Ponting spends a good portion of the day with batsman Shikhar Dhawan, who will also open the Indian batting order come June when India begin their World Cup journey against South Africa. Observing Dhawan from such a vantage point for so long gives Ponting a good idea of the batsman's strengths and weaknesses, he knows which shots is he comfortable playing and which shots give him a tough time executing. It's clearly unhealthy. Rishabh, Prithvi, Shreyas — see the amount of analysis they're being able to gather,” says one of the members of the management team for India, as reported by the Times of India. View this post on Instagram Ready for the opening blitz! ð¥ Batsmen roar machaane ke liye hai taiyyar! Aa jao neela pehen ke, chillao DC DC ðª #ThisIsNewDelhi #DelhiCapitals #DCvKXIP #IPL #IPL2019 A post shared by Delhi Capitals (@delhicapitals) on Apr 20, 2019 at 5:16am PDT “We don't think it's fine for Australia's national assistant coach (Ponting) to be spending time with the Indian team opener just weeks ahead of a World Cup campaign, or even otherwise with a franchise that includes India's four Test cricketers. Of course, the IPL's a free market but some lines have to be drawn.” Now the question is whether there is some gravity to such beliefs or is it the result of sheer paranoia. International coaches have been a part of IPL for the past 12 years. Since then, we have had a couple of World Cups too, out of which India even won the trophy once in 2011. Will Ponting's work with Dhawan brings him some added advantage over Ravi Shatri and the rest of the Indian cricket team, I guess we'll just have to wait and watch.
  8. My father being a semi-professional football player, fitness came pretty naturally to me. Right from my early teens, my father had me on my feet and taught me exercising. Every morning I used to accompany him and his fellow players to the practice sessions. It was here where I learned the basics of stretching, running and basic exercising. Soon after, I was sent off to a boarding school where sports were kept at the helm of all things. Of course, what my father taught me helped me a great deal to shine bright at school athletics. First Encounter With The Weights It was during my first year at college, that I got a chance to work out in proper gym. It was 2007, the very first year of my lifting journey. It all started there. As it happens, even I had no idea about nutrition and training. Nope, none! I used to follow suit that was set by the desi trainers at the gym. Doing bro splits six times a week and eating whatever came in sight became the norm for me. Some desi-trainers even sold me mass gainers, having me dream of a poster boy physique. Since I was very, or let's say skinny, I bought into the fake dream. Even when I was short on pocket money, I hustled my way through buying mass gainers. Soon after, in the following months, I started looking skinny fat. I did get a bit bigger but most of it was nothing but fat. My dream seemed fragile at this moment. I had no money to afford a personal trainer and thought that it was VERY expensive to afford one. I was left heartbroken. The Time When I Ate Boiled Chicken Like An Idiot! A few years ahead, I met this guy at the gym. He seemed sensible. I asked for his nutrition advice and he asked me to eat half a kilo boiled chicken and 10 egg whites to achieve a ripped body. Since they looked good, I started following their dumb advice. The diet was SO bad that I gave up just a few days into it. Digestion and acne issue started just about immediately. I then met a guy who was a professional bodybuilder. Right off the bat, he asked me to get on steroids, which of course I was completely unaware about. I was so blinded by the dream of a good physique, that I almost made up my mind to start a steroid cycle. Thank god that I was so short on funds at that time, that I had no option but to not do it. Education Days passed but the passion in me didn't die. I started reading about natural bodybuilding on the internet. Alongside, I started making friends with sensible and 'fitness-educated' guy on too. It was from here on where I started learning about the importance of nutrition and training. Self taught, I applied the learning and they did work, but at as much as I wanted. This didn't discourage me. I didn't look back kept reading EVERYTHING that was readily available. This photoshoot transformation which I recently had is all due to the help of Nagarjun Chowdary who is an intern with GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness coaching platform. This is the best shape I have been in by far and everything was done 100% naturally. Fitness to me is a lifestyle which should be a part of life for everyone.
  9. From Louis van Gaal making a goalkeeping substitution against Costa Rica in 2014 to Sven Goran Eriksson selecting a 16-year-old in the English squad in 2006, coaches have often had far more impact at the FIFA World Cup than they are credited for. Here's a look at the top coaches whose tactical genius is likely to impress us all in Russia: Didier Deschamps (France) © Reuters France are no strangers to imploding during the World Cup. However, under Deschamps, France have assembled a phenomenal side with quality all around over pitch. He led the French team to the European final in 2016. If they are to go one better this time, Deschamps will have to carefully manage the egos in the dressing room and choose a solid starting XI he can consistently rely on. Tite (Brazil) © Reuters “ChiChi”, since his appointment in 2016, has helped restore the country's pride in the national team, after THAT match against Germany. Under his leadership, Brazil became the first nation to qualify for Russia 2018. Known for his emotional style of coaching, will he be able to inspire the Samba boys and help them lift the trophy? Joachim Low (Germany) © Reuters All eyes will be on Germany as they look to defend their crown. However, unlike the last World Cup, Germany are not the only over riding favourites to win the gong. Low has made some controversial selection calls (ask Leroy Sane), but still has a world class team. Can he become only the second manager to win two World Cups? Hector Cuper (Egypt) © Reuters A footballing journeyman, he led the phenomenal Valencia team of the early 2000's to two Champions League finals. He now leads a team spearheaded by football's newest star, Mo Salah. He will have to give some compelling team talks and ask the rest of the team to rally behind Salah in Egypt's quest for glory. Herve Renard (Morocco) © Reuters Having been relegated with Cambridge United in 2004, Renard has since win two AFCON's with Zambia and Ivory Coast. He's known for his eccentric coaching methods and has led the Moroccan team to their first WC in 20 years. If there is an upset in this World Cup, you can place your bets on Renard's Morocco. Fernando Santos (Portugal) © Reuters His Portugal side caused a major upset by beating France in Euro 2016 final. He's been credited with building a steady defensive unit and letting Cristiano Ronaldo doing his thing at the front. It'll be really interesting to see if he can replicate that unlikely success at the world's biggest stage. Gareth Southgate (England) © Reuters He faces the least amount of pressure an England manager ever could. Under lowered expectations, he made bold selection calls, choosing to leave out Jack Wilshere and Joe Hart. With his squad being one the youngest in Russia, he has a golden opportunity to make a serious impact at this World Cup and help his young squad gain some valuable experience for future tournaments.
  10. I have been a part of the fitness industry for around 5 years now. I have had personal ups and downs, learnt a great many things and had to unlearn a few things too. But since the very start, I have noticed one thing when it comes to this industry. External appearance is all that matters here. Be it whatever, things boil down to how you look shirtless, not how much knowledge you have. With the boon of social media, this belief has fostered further. This reminds me of an old proverb- all that glitters is not gold. What it really means is that the attractive external appearance of something is not a reliable indication of its true nature. The Growing Problems Of Unrealistic Expectations In my experience of working with clients, there is a trend I have started noticing in the last few years which is very worrying. People do not have their expectations set right. Initially, I used to put this down to general impatience of human nature but on further thought, I realized that perhaps the fault, however, does not lie with people who have these unrealistic expectations but the ones who set these expectations. © Youtube There are a growing number of fitness experts who take advantage of the naivety of common folks by selling 6 week, 8 week, 12 week transformation packages. Upload enough transformation posts of their clients, post booty or ab pictures to convince you that they are indeed the one to help you get in the best shape of your life. Maybe starving yourself or torturing yourself by eating paneer and spinach may eventually get you in a decent shape in 12 weeks but what do you learn out of it? Nothing! I can promise you that you are going to put it all back in the following 18 months. Remember this, you did not get out of shape in mere 12 weeks or say 24 weeks or even more. Your being unfit is the result of you leading an unhealthy lifestyle for years on a stretch. Why Diets Fail 90% of the diets fail not because you are mentally weak or do not have determination to stay in shape as these “experts” put it. Most diets fail because they are simply not sustainable for the long term. Moreover, these experts never teach their clients even the bare basics of nutrition and put everyone on generic cookie-cutter plans, leaving the poor client scratching his head. Or they promise you some different “magical” diet or training routine to get you to sign up for a further package. The Trend Of Competing In Physique Contests © Youtube The current trend is to somehow compete in a contest, take as many pictures as you can, flaunt them all over social media, maybe do a paid advert in a local newspaper and start marketing yourself as an expert. This is even more common now that we have the bikini class and men's physique. These are the two classes where anyone who has starved himself in the name of getting fit can get to appear on stage. Now being this low experience, no-knowledge “been on stage” expert, you'll use your "success" to cash in by conning unsuspecting victims into believing that you'll help them achieve the body of their dreams. Also, now you are not only an expert at fitness nutrition but you've suddenly mastered clinical nutrition as well. You can now cure diseases ranging from hypothyroidism to diabetes, even though you have no clue what thyroid gland is and also spout a whole lot of nonsense on injury rehabilitation just because you had once suffered an injury. Beware! So today I want to address everyone who is looking to get in shape. Whether you have just started out or have been dieting and training for a while. The basics are the key. Consistency is important. It takes time to get in shape and place patience above everything else. Save your money and health and stay away from such 'experts'. Remember, anyone who calls themselves an expert is either arrogant or ignorant or both. A good way to spot them is: They constantly pimp out their services with some kind of few weeks' transformation post, self pictures of abs or booty. They will rarely post anything informative or evidence based. Mainly because they wouldn't know evidence-based science even if it came and smacked them in the head. They claim to be an expert on everything ranging from diseases to injuries. Nav Dhillon is an online coach with GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company that helps people with fitness goals right from losing weight to competing in bodybuilding shows. Nav is an avid bodybuilding enthusiast and heads the NABBA (National amateur bodybuilders association) as a General Secretary. This innate passion and position has helped him work with a lot of bodybuilders to help them take their physique at the next level. He also has a lovely pet called Buster whom he enjoys playing with in his free time. You can reach Nav on nav.dhillon@getsetgo.fitness to take your fitness and physique to the next level.
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