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  1. Megan Fox was accused of siding with Donald Trump in her latest appearance
  2. Only last week Dinesh Karthik made his commentary debut and became a huge fan favourite for his analytical skills during the World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand. Many described his understanding of the game as a breath of fresh air which made them fall in love with him. Like any other sports, no two days are the same and athletes have to start from the scratch every single day, because one poor outing and you are done. Full clip pic.twitter.com/FuV6qd3k99 — Rachel Romain (@RERomain) July 1, 2021 Karthik, who was being hailed as the next big thing in the broadcasting industry, dug a deep hole for himself after making a sexist comment while on air during the third ODI between England and Sri Lanka on Thursday. View this post on Instagram The former KKR skipper was trying to explain how most batsmen don’t tend to like their own bats, and always find others’ equipment more reliable. While that was fine, he went a step too far ahead and used a controversial analogy to make his point, which turned many people against him. “Batsman and not liking bats, they just go hand in hand. Most of the batters don’t seem to like their bats. They either like another person’s bat,” Karthik said. “Bats are like neighbour’s wife, they always feel better,” he added, which left many people disappointed. ⁦⁦@DineshKarthik⁩ take a bow🏻🏻 Brilliant commentary I can imagine ⁦@felixwhite⁩ and ⁦@gregjames⁩ applauding right now #tailendersoftheworlduniteandtakeover pic.twitter.com/SLD4kxIB2n — Jon Moss (@Jon_Moss_) July 1, 2021 Kartik was immediately called out for his sexist and misogynistic comments by countless users on social media who expected better from a cricketer of his stature and demanded an apology. If you don't know what I'm talking about, DK said "Bats are like...a neighbour's wife. They always feel better." Unnecessary and quite a disrespectful comment comparing anyone's wife / a woman to a bat. https://t.co/m3X51FsY7o — Tina Tengra 🏻‍♀️ (@tinatengra07) July 2, 2021why is everyone hailing Dinesh Karthik as a great commentator for his sexist and cringe comment comparing a married woman to a bat wtf is wrong with people???? — arundhati (@uwuzuumaki) July 2, 2021@SkyCricket "Bats are like a neighbour's wife. They always feel better." WTAF?! 🤬 pic.twitter.com/E8emRa5RUZ — Rachel Romain (@RERomain) July 1, 2021Humor and opinions are subjective. I felt Dinesh Karthik's comments are in poor taste. But since he built this image of most knowledgeable and likeable commentator with stylish outfits, I feel he'll get away easily. Anyone else would've found themselves in trouble. — Prakash (@Prakash1049) July 2, 2021Dinesh Karthik clearly not keen to have his Sky contract renewed ... pic.twitter.com/SYbEKH0Sae — Jason Mellor (@jmelloruk1) July 1, 2021Dinesh Karthik? What the hell was that? — Kanav Bali (@Concussion__Sub) July 1, 2021 https://t.co/ADJUYymekJ — Kartik O (@KOCricket528) July 1, 2021Hello @DineshKarthik that neighbour's wife comparison yesterday on mic was absolute cringe. Expected better of you King. — Sunny (@ewyikesed) July 2, 2021Dinesh Karthik said what on the microphone? — Adam Sutherland (@ADSutherland_) July 1, 2021 While the majority of the commentary panel comprises former cricketers, Karthik’s inclusion as a commentator for the WTC final came as a surprise to many but he did full justice to the role providing great insights to the game as a current player. Apart from lending his voice, Karthik made headlines for providing Indian fans with the weather updates from the Ageas Bowl Stadium. On top of that, his sledging of former England captain Nasser Hussain inside the commentary box on Day 2 of the WTC final also made him an instant fan favourite. © Instagram/Dinesh Karthik No matter how much the fans loved him a few days back, there is no way to defend or justify his sexist analogy. Karthik’s comments also highlight the true face of the male-chauvinistic society that we are currently living in where people find it funny to compare women to some object, like a cricket bat in this particular incident, and still have the guts to come and defend it, saying it just a ‘mere joke’. View this post on Instagram It is rightly said, words are mightier than swords and it makes even more sense in today's world of social media and by now, even Karthik must have realised that words can do more harm. While he can’t take his words back, our only advice to him would be to render an unconditional apology and think twice before saying anything moving forward. View the full article
  3. Alizeh Shah is active on her social media and responded to her critics with another question
  4. "What of the little children that are sexually abused; are they subjected to it [sexual violence] because of their dressing?"
  5. PM Imran Khan had said a few days ago that if a woman wears less clothes, "it will have an impact on men"
  6. A royal expert has now claimed that the comments were not made for Harry, Meghan's firstborn Archie
  7. In the very limited amount of cricket we got to see so far in the World Test Championship Final, pacer and the leader of the Indian bowling attack, Jasprit Bumrah’s struggles have been evident. Not only did he get out on a golden duck when his team needed to put a few runs on the board, but Bumrah also remained wicketless and the most expensive bowler for Virat Kohli ahead of Day 5 of the one-off Test, sparking a great deal of criticism by the followers of the Indian cricket team, who have called him “unfit” to playing in the longest format of the game who is effective only in white-ball cricket. “I realised what works for me. I am smiling, but the fire inside is burning all the time.” The evolution of @BCCI star Jasprit Bumrah.#WTC21 pic.twitter.com/1rrathR7Qt — ICC (@ICC) June 22, 2021 In a video recently released by the official Twitter handle of the International Cricket Council, Bumrah talked about how he is known to always keep smiling, even when he fails to put up good numbers for the team. He talks about how he used to stay angry when things didn’t go his way when he was younger but has learned to channel all that aggression towards his bowling. “So basically, what I try to do is, I channelise my anger. When I started as a youngster, I used to get angry left, right and center and I used to do all types of gimmicks which didn't really help my game a lot,” Bumrah says in the video. View this post on Instagram “Over the years I played a lot of international cricket, realised what works for me. So, I am smiling but the fire inside is burning all the time. I don't try to show it all the time but this is the way that helps me to succeed and with that controlled aggression, I try to take my game forward,” he added. His comments have divided cricket viewers into two very different sections. There are those who feel the “controlled aggression” is nothing more than something he’d wish his fans to believe when in fact, he has run out of tricks on the pitch. Atleast Maxwell Perform In International Cricket And When Aus Won 2015WC He Scored 330+ Runs Unlike Bumrah Who Only Performs In IPL — Greek God Daniyal (@DaniyalHasanRa3) June 22, 2021 On the other hand, there are people who truly believe that the best is yet to come for the 27-year-old and he is one good stint away from a five-wicket haul on the biggest red-ball stage of them all. Fifer loading — Bruh ~ The Coconut Seller in California (@imbruhhhh) June 22, 2021Bumrah 5 wickets haul coming agree or die ✍️ — Div (@div_yumm) June 22, 2021I believe in Bumrah pic.twitter.com/u1cEPtF2Dk — . (@Bablurockzzzz) June 22, 2021 View the full article
  8. Shoaib Akhtar tells influencers to speak about "much more important things happening in the world"
  9. Arjun Kapoor recently responded to a fan’s comment that praised him for putting his best efforts in all his films and blamed his bad luck for the failure. He agreed with the thoughts of his fan and said that some of his films like Mubarakan never got their due. Mubarakan was directed by Anees Bazmee and Arjun played a double role in the film. This year, Arjun has seen two releases - Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar and Sardar Ka Grandson. The former was released in theatres but due to Covid-19, we couldn’t see the film's box office performance. However, it was later released on OTT and garnered positive reviews. View this post on Instagram Sardar Ka Grandson was also released on Netflix. In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Arjun reacted to a comment saying that his films didn’t work due to bad luck. He said, “Thank you for that. I think it’s very sweet. He is being honest about the fact that he is supporting me regardless of a few films not working out and I think that is being a fan, eventually, and I respect that.” He also said, “I completely agree. I think bad luck, of course... A film like Mubarakan didn’t get its due. It was a really good film, it was entertaining, a clean family entertainer. Then, there were too many other films releasing. There have been moments like that. I have also done films that unfortunately didn’t pan out, but like he rightly said, I have always given my best effort. It’s good to know that people respect that or regard that and are by your side, cheering for you, to reconnect with the audience and get revitalized, re-engaged with them.” View this post on Instagram Arjun Kapoor will be next seen in a horror-comedy, Bhoot Police along with Saif Ali Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez and Ali Fazal. Not only this, he is also part of the film Ek Villain Returns, co-starring John Abraham, Disha Patani, and Tara Sutaria. View the full article
  10. Not too long ago, former England captain and one of the most controversial cricket analysts in modern cricket, Michael Vaughan said that New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson would have been a greater player than Virat Kohli if he too was an Indian. "If Kane Williamson was Indian, he'd be the greatest player in the world, but he's not because you're not allowed to say that Virat Kohli is not the greatest, because you'd get an absolute pelting on social media,” Vaughan had told Spark Sport last week. "I think Kane Williamson is up there with the great players across the three formats and he certainly matches Virat Kohli… It's just he doesn't have the 100 million followers on Instagram and doesn't earn the $30-40 million or whatever Virat gets every year for his commercial endorsements,” he added. Obviously, such comments cannot go unnoticed and fans and cricket experts from all corners of the world have their respective opinions to put forward in this matter. Former Pakistan cricketer-turned-YouTuber, Salman Butt also tried his hand at having a say in this whole matter. However, he did so by sidelining Vaughan’s credibility as an analyst and calling his thoughts “irrelevant”. "Kohli belongs to a country which has a huge population. Obviously, he would have a bigger fanbase. On top of that, his performance is better too. Virat has 70 international tons at the moment, no other batsman from this era has that many. "And who has compared the two? Michael Vaughan. He was a brilliant captain for England, but the beauty at which he used to bat, his output wasn't on par. He was a good Test batsman but Vaughan never scored a single century in ODIs. Now, as an opener, if you haven't scored a century, it's not worth discussion. It’s just that he has a knack for saying things that stir up a debate. Besides, people have a lot of time to stretch a topic ... What Vaughan has said is irrelevant," Butt said. View this post on Instagram If you know anything about Vaughan, you know that he is never the one to hold back from such confrontations, especially when he’s going against someone with baggage as massive as Salman Butt. The former Pakistan captain was one of the three accused in the spot-fixing scandal at Lord's in 2010. He was later banned for five years from playing for the Pakistan side and later failed to make his return to the international roster. It didn’t take long for Vaughan to bring out the dagger. In a tweet on Sunday evening, Vaughan wrote: No idea what the headline is ... but I seen what Salman has said about me ... that’s fine and he is allowed his opinion but I wished he had such a clear thought of mind back in 2010 when he was Match fixing !!! https://t.co/EkDWuH7Vi4 — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) May 16, 2021 “No idea what the headline is ... but I seen what Salman has said about me ... that’s fine and he is allowed his opinion but I wished he had such a clear thought of mind back in 2010 when he was Match fixing !!!” Since this comment, most of the fans of Kohli and Williamson have forgotten the original debate and have simply joined forces to express their shock over Vaughan’s zinger. Seeesh! https://t.co/PaCurJXVwO — Simant Shrestha (@simantstha) May 16, 2021Man woke up today & chose violence. https://t.co/G6HSJqZe5c — Trash (@_DesiPinkman) May 16, 2021@ Salman Butt https://t.co/LVjJuJLtGA pic.twitter.com/5QMPrkGTTq — Taimoor Zaman (@taimoorze) May 16, 2021Very right Michael. He made a bad name for Pakistan & involved upcoming modern day greats like Amir & Asif with him. And he did that shit being a Captain of the national team. Can't get more worst than what he did back in 2010. https://t.co/VWcR9Z9FTo — Muhammad Zaeem Ahsan (@ZA7Leo) May 16, 2021@MichaelVaughan @im_SalmanButt Knock out punch by mr. Vaughan. https://t.co/ob1ety7UPS @mohsinaliisb — Sanjay (@sanjaymanju114) May 16, 2021 View the full article
  11. Prachi Desai has always acknowledged the fact that nepotism does exist in Bollywood and it’s hard for outsiders to make a mark in the industry. After a long sabbatical, the actor got back into the business and will star alongside Manoj Bajpayee in Aban Bharucha’s Silence... Can You Hear It? The actor has been vocal about how she has been treated by the industry members as she had no support from any filmy godfather. View this post on Instagram Talking about nepotism being prevalent in the industry, she said that she has accepted it as a reality and feels that it is likely to continue in the future, too. On being asked if her career has suffered due to nepotism, Prachi told a leading daily, “See, that’s a reality that is best accepted; there is no point denying it. It has been there, it is there, and it’s probably going to be there. But today, I’m loving the fact that the audience is deciding a lot. So, as long as the audience supports, there will be space for everyone.” Prachi thanked the audience and said it was because of them that things turned around for her. “To be honest, the kind of stuff that I’m getting offered now, and which wasn’t coming my way a year or two years ago, is because of the audience. They are the people who have changed everything. As long as the people really like and support us, we will have a place for all outsiders like me,” she said. View this post on Instagram The actor recently opened up on her ordeal with casting couch experience and how once she was told that she needs to be hot enough. She talked about how she was asked for sexual favours by a director and how she turned it down. In an interview with Bollywood Bubble, the actress revealed, “I think very direct propositions were made to get cast in a certain film, a big film, but I have outright said no. Even after that director has called me, after saying no, I have still said that I am not interested in your film.” We wish that Prachi keeps getting work and gets acknowledgment for the work she has been doing for years and continues to do. View the full article
  12. Nawazuddin Siddiqui is a gem that Bollywood discovered not so long ago and he has created a place for himself in the industry with his dedication and hard work. He has his own niche fan base and we all know that he is an outstanding actor. The audience loves him for the roles he chooses and also that he has an extraordinarily powerful screen presence that made him what he is today. During the beginning of his career in the industry, he did many supporting roles in films and was also able to outshine the main lead with his acting. We all know that he is a great actor and we have watched some films just to witness his stellar acting. View this post on Instagram In one of his recent interviews, he said that aspiring actors need to make sure they have their unique style of acting while entering the industry. He also said that if they intend to copy superstars, they will never be able to connect with the audience. He said, “I would just like to say from my experience that you should not lose your originality. These superstars do fake acting, so don't get carried away with it. I want to see your original acting. If you are acting like a superstar, why would I watch you? If you show something good, something that is interesting and original, I would want to see that.” View this post on Instagram Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one of the most critically acclaimed actors. He is known for his work in films like Manjhi: The Mountain Man, Raman Raghav 2.0, Gangs of Wasseypur, and many more. Nawazuddin Siddiqui was last seen in the Netflix original Raat Akeli. What do you think of his advice to aspiring actors? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  13. Only a few days after Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat was ripped apart by the internet for his comment on women wearing ripped jeans, his wife, former Miss Meerut Rashmi Tyagi, who also teaches psychology at Garhwal University, has come out to defend his comment. In a video statement on Thursday, according to PTI, she explained, “He said that women’s participation is unprecedented in building the society and the country. It is the responsibility of the women of our country to save our cultural heritage, save our identity, save our costumes.” A lot to unpack here. I’ll let the public do the talking. And men, no burden of culture on them??? mrs cm wife. — Neha Thamman (@AngelinaRosie) March 19, 2021People who think alike do wed. Wife of CM of Uttrakhand is saying that his comment was ripped out of proportion, when he literally said that women who wear #rippedjeans are setting a bad example. — Shreya Rawat (@shreya_rawat19) March 19, 2021And men's "duty" Is to criticize and judge every move a woman makes. Fragile male ego at it again. — ffs just stop (@Rohan_OrNah) March 19, 2021“He was talking about how we are aping western culture blindly and not following our own traditions and values which are seeped with thousands of years of cultural wisdom,” Prof. Tyagi said, according to Hindustan Times. “But his one word was picked up and blown out of context and wrongly interpreted. He spoke for nearly one hour, but nobody talks about the whole theme he was trying to focus on. Did he say only one word-jeans?” The CM on Tuesday, describing a woman who sat next to him on a flight, had said, “She runs an NGO, goes out in the society and has two children, but she wears jeans ripped at the knees. What values will she impart?" What the correlation was, I’m not sure, but surely the first part of the sentence answers the question. What do you think? Do ripped jeans really have the power to make people forget “Indian values, identity, and heritage”? Tell us in the comments below. View the full article
  14. Uttarakhand CM Tirath Singh Rawat’s ‘casual’ remark saying women who wear ripped jeans basically 'degrade the society', did not go down well with a lot of folks on social media. Female celebrities and the aam janta alike, went ahead and flooded social media with pictures of themselves in ripped jeans. It is sometimes astonishing to see that even in 2021, we are fighting claims rooted in baseless and biased views. Well, when a public figure makes a tall claim out of a personal opinion, the public is entitled to have an opinion on it, and the latest political figure who reverted to this opinion is none other than Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra. Digging out an old picture of PM Modi and Nitin Gadkari, she tweeted “Oh my God!!! Their knees are showing," where the BJP leaders are seen wearing white shirts and khaki shorts, which was the old uniform of RSS. Oh my God!!! Their knees are showing #RippedJeansTwitter pic.twitter.com/wWqDuccZkq — Priyanka Gandhi Vadra (@priyankagandhi) March 18, 2021 Now, obviously, the tweet ended evoking major reactions on social media. Some people were quick to laugh it out and add their own two cents. Bhakts after seeing this tweet pic.twitter.com/gA91PGNUoD — Saddam Samsad (@INCSADDAMSAMSAD) March 18, 2021Adhe uper se nange aadhe niche se nange .... Aur nari ki fhati hui jeans inko dikh gai ..... — MOHAMMAD (@MOHAMMA02880310) March 19, 2021 However, some people were not pleased with it and their tweets made their emotions pretty clear. Omg, Congress Seva Dal's are also wearing chadd!es & their knees are showing pic.twitter.com/RM6olvxpoP — Dr. Vedika (@vishkanyaaaa) March 18, 2021Oh my God!! Chacha Nehru also wore shorts and his knees are also showing...🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/olK3qYJSIw — Jai 🇮🇳 (@AnirCareer) March 19, 2021This banter is a result of Uttarakhand CM’s recent controversial remarks around women’s clothing and how women wearing ripped jeans can probably not provide a healthy environment for children at home. “If this kind of woman goes out in the society to meet people and solve their problems, what kind of message are we giving out to society, to our kids? It all starts at home. What we do, our kids follow. A child who is taught the right culture at home, no matter how modern he becomes, will never fail in life," he said. With the economics of the country tumbling around, the ‘janta’ would appreciate it if every democratically chosen politician does the needful and serves the purpose of shaping the future of the country, instead of shaping opinions, maybe. View the full article
  15. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat found himself in the middle of a heated controversy recently after he made a rather tasteless comment on women wearing ripped jeans. He said, “If this kind of woman goes out in the society to meet people and solve their problems, what kind of message are we giving out to society, to our kids? It all starts at home. What we do, our kids follow. A child who is taught the right culture at home, no matter how modern he becomes, will never fail in life.” #WATCH मैं एक दिन हवाई जहाज से जयपुर से आ रहा था। मेरे बगल में एक बहनजी बैठी थी। मैंने उनकी तरफ देखा नीचे गम बूट थे। जब और ऊपर देखा तो जींस घुटने से फटी हुई थी। 2 बच्चे उनके साथ में थे। महिला NGO चलाती है। समाज के बीच में जाती हो। क्या संस्कार दोगे?: उत्तराखंड CM तीरथ सिंह रावत pic.twitter.com/sGri6pPH7K — ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) March 17, 2021 He said, "Kaynchi se sanskaar (culture by scissors) - showing bare knees, wearing ripped denim, and looking like rich kids - these are the values being given now. Where is this coming from, if not at home? What is the fault of teachers or schools? Where am I taking my son, showing his knees and in tattered jeans? Girls are no less, showing their knees. Is this good.” Just after his comments, #RippedJeansTwitter started trending on Twitter along with women sharing their pictures in ripped jeans. Clearly, Indian women are sending out a message that one's choice of clothing does not dictate one's choices or what they are capable of doing. I think it's time for #RippedJeansTwitter pic.twitter.com/ZFuHGMkxoR — Tanaya Patnaik (@tanaya_p) March 17, 2021In solidarity with the woman with the two kids trying to get somewhere who bore the brunt of a clearly sleazy man checking her out because she was wearing ripped jeans. #RippedJeansTwitter pic.twitter.com/N3fWgvlCBD — Rohini Singh (@rohini_sgh) March 17, 2021Ripped jeans anyday better than ripped brains! #RippedJeansTwitter 🏻‍♀️ pic.twitter.com/ibB6X4baGh — Bhumika Chheda (@IamBhumikaC) March 17, 2021#RippedJeansTwitter What a perfect day to flaunt this madness! pic.twitter.com/1KkiwNbB0M — deepali desai (@desaideepali) March 17, 2021My clothes don't determine my character!#RippedJeansTwitter pic.twitter.com/qWSJGs8x3x — Pooja (@PoojaSh86190741) March 17, 2021Saheb.. it’s just a piece of clothing not a message board... #RippedJeansTwitter P.S - my ripped jeans ... not sending any message pic.twitter.com/ObDjZ9WRL8 — Jyoti thakur (@Iamjyotithakur) March 17, 2021Joining the trend was Amitabh Bachchan's granddaughter Navya Naveli Nanda, who took to Instagram and wrote, “WTF! Change your mentality before changing our clothes because the only shocking here is the message comments like this send to society." © Navya Nanda Instagram In another Instagram story, she shared a picture of herself in ripped jeans and wrote, "I'll wear my ripped jeans. Thank you. And I'll wear them proudly." © Navya Nanda Instagram Gul Panang also took to Twitter saying,"Takes out ripped jeans." And then she shared a picture of herself in ripped jeans. #RippedJeansTwitter pic.twitter.com/zwitZiIE9k — Gul Panag (@GulPanag) March 17, 2021 Hard to believe Indian politicians are still making such sexist and misogynist comments in this day and age. When will it stop? View the full article
  16. The 28-year old Navdeep Saini has seen phenomenal success as an international cricketer in the past couple of years. In the two Tests, seven One-Day Internationals and 10 T20 Internationals that the pacer has played for the country, Saini has shown elite character and become one of the greatest weapons for skipper Virat Kohli in all formats of the game. Having said that, thanks to the power of social media and how evolved the internet has become in the current era, it is almost impossible for anyone to keep their past activities hidden, whether it be a hilarious picture or a cheeky yet innocent comment towards another player. In Saini’s case, it was the latter which has come back to haunt the cricketer as one of his comments on a seven-year old picture has gone viral. A picture uploaded by the then 21-year old athlete shows him holding on to a massive trophy with a caption ‘Born to win...’ edited over it in big bold letters. One of Saini’s friends appreciated his achievement by calling him “junior shreesanth” but the way Saini replied, definitely makes for an awkward moment the next time he meets the controversial Kerala pacer. “ooooo bhai mujhe nahi bnna shreesanth,mujhe to breet lee bnna h (I don’t want to become Sreesanth, I want to become Brett Lee),” Saini commented on his own post. © Facebook - Navdeep Saini Why Such A Response?At the time when Saini made this comment, Sreesanth found himself accused of a spot-fixing incident in the Indian Premier League along with other players like Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan. However, in 2020, Sreesanth’s punishment was reduced by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Indian Judicial System, allowing him to return to domestic cricket under the ambit of the Indian cricket Board. Unfortunately, Sreesanth’s return has not gone the way he had imagined. He had applied to get qualified for the mini-auction ahead of the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League but none of the eight franchises in the league have shown any interest in buying him at the moment. View the full article
  17. The commentator was heard saying ?mid-life crisis with that hair" when TV screens showed Dale Steyn sitting in the dressing room during Quetta?s batting
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