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  1. The trailer for the upcoming Netflix drama series 'Leila', based on Prayaag Akbar's novel by the same name, has been dropped online. After 'Sacred Games' and 'Ghoul', we have 'Leila' and the trailer introduces you to the dystopian world. For the uninitiated, dystopian world is the exact opposite of what you think is perfect. The utopian world is perfect and dystopian is an imaginary society that is dehumanising and something not very pleasant to your eyes. Netflix doesn't fail to impress the viewers with its sense of fresh content and 'Leila' is one such example. The web series stars Huma Qureshi, Siddharth, Rahul Khanna, Seema Biswas, Akash Khurana, Sanjay Suri and Arif Zakaria, among others. The trailer will give you one nail-biting experience and trust us, you wouldn't want to wait till June 14 to see all the episodes. It's intriguing, interesting and spine chilling at the same time. The trailer would make you travel to the dystopian world and you would empathise with Huma's character. The dystopian drama is co-directed by Deepa Mehta, Shanker Raman, and Pawan Kumar. It's a six-episode series that follows Shalini (Huma), a mother in search of her daughter Leila whom she lost. 'Leila' is set in an imagined world, Aryavarta in which there is great suffering, extreme and totalitarian rules of engagement and fictional extremes constructed around an obsession with purity, communal and divisive societal dramas and grit. The whole idea of purity is reintroduced to the viewers. The Godfather of Aryavarta wants to fix the world and wants no mixed-race children. Watch the trailer here: "Leila has been a fantastic Netflix project to work on. I'm thrilled to be essaying Shalini, whose unique mix of strength, grace, and optimism is what gets her through all kinds of obstacles. So it really has been an honour to portray a character that has not only pushed me as an artist but I believe will resonate with a lot of young women. It is unlike anything I have done before and I can't wait for Netflix to take this story to the world," Huma had earlier said at an event. We are thrilled and can't wait to see all the episodes as soon it airs on Netflix. With this, we can say that Netflix has room for great content.
  2. Yes, the games are about to begin and I am certainly not talking about 'Game of Thrones'. The Games have defintiely begun there but I am talking about our very own 'Sacred Games'. Netflix just released the first look of season 2 we can't keep calm really. The most anticipated web series is back with a bang in a few months and we have a lot to look forward to, especially new characters who'll be joining the show. © Netflix While season 1 saw the departure of many of our favourites, Season 2 will witness Kalki Koechlin as Batya, and Ranvir Shorey as Shahid Khan, joining the Games in prominent roles. The brand new season promises a new trail of friendship, betrayal, crime, passion, and a thrilling chase through Mumbai's underbelly with these new characters. The second season picks up with Sartaj Singh (Saif Ali Khan) pursuing his relentless quest to save the city, and Ganesh Gaitonde (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) facing bigger challenges to retain his position as the legendary kingpin of Mumbai. The intriguing Guruji (Pankaj Tripathi), introduced in Season 1 as Gaitonde's 'third father', plays a pivotal role in unfolding a chain of events that shape the season. © Netflix Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has directed Ganesh Gaitonde's track, while Neeraj Ghaywan (of Masaan fame) is the main man behind Sartaj Singh's plot for Season 2. Vikramaditya Motwane and Varun Grover continue their roles of being the showrunner and the lead writer, respectively. Kalki Koechlin, who plays the role of Batya, said on joining the show, “Personally, I am a fan of the series, and it is super awesome to be a part of the Sacred Games and Netflix family. Season 2 promises to be much more exciting and I cannot wait for viewers to watch me in the series.” she tells Netflix. © Netflix Ranvir Shorey, who plays the role of Shahid Khan, said, “The digital platform is so empowering and working on this audience-favourite show has been an absolute delight! My character in Sacred Games 2, Shahid Khan, is a complete departure from any of the roles I've played before, and I'm looking forward to fans across the world bingeing on the new season.'' he tells Netflix. Based on Vikram Chandra's award-winning book, 'Sacred Games' Season 2 will premiere on Netflix later this year. Watch the teaser here:
  3. Remember PewDiePie's 'Bitch Lasagna' and the more recent 'Congratulations' diss tracks against T-Series? Yeah, those videos have now been taken down from YouTube. Why? Well, T-Series filed a petition with the Delhi High Court against those music videos. The court reviewed the videos and found them to be offensive, following which it asked YouTube to pull them down. (c) Youtube According to a Bar&Bench report, the Delhi High Court gave strict orders to YouTube, directing them to remove the two songs published by Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie from its platform. “The interim order was granted by a Single Judge Bench of Justice Jayant Nath in a suit preferred by T-Series owner Super Cassettes Pvt Ltd., seeking to permanently restrain Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, better known as PewDiePie, from uploading the songs titled 'T-Series Diss Track/Bitch Lasagna' and 'Congratulations'," said the report. The High Court apparently found the content of the video and even the comments on the video abusive, vulgar, and also racist in nature. Hence, the court decided that it would be best if those videos were taken down.
  4. Vivek Agnihotri's political drama 'Tashkent Files' starring Pallavi Joshi and Mithun Chakraborty released today. The movie tries to find the answer to the reason behind the mysterious death of PM Lal Bahadur Shastri. The movie is not a commercial pot boiler but has garnered a lot of praise in the country and is also turning out to be a hit with the overseas audience. The public feels that besides being a greatly researched movie, it is also a good history lesson for all of us. #TashkentFiles is not just a film; it is lesson of history & it will teach us about our past. So it must be watched & if you have children who are studying then it must be watched as a chapter from history which we weren't taught. Kudos @vivekagnihotri — Chowkidar Avinash Choubey (@avinashchoubey) April 12, 2019 Just loved it!@vivekagnihotri You are nailing an entire section of people in politics and civil soceity. More strength to you. ððððð #tashkentfiles — Rajesh A. Singh (@PerlOPython) April 12, 2019 Got the opportunity to watch 'The Tashkent Files' last evening and I was mind blown! Hats off to @vivekagnihotri for bringing out facts about Lal Bahadur Shastri's murder that were deeply buried. The matrix he explained is an absolute eye opener. Must watch film for all! pic.twitter.com/bYNAOu83fq — Chowkidar Priti Gandhi (@MrsGandhi) April 12, 2019 We often forget the heroes who were not glorified for their contribution to the nation and this movie asks all the right questions. #TashkentFiles brilliant work done by the director and actors. With the Tashkent files director @vivekagnihotri have asked some serious questions. @shweta_official stands out in this well crafted movie. — Rajat singh (@rajat_since97) April 12, 2019 I had the privilege to watch #Tashkentfiles at the special screening here in Mumbai. It is a brave movie that strikes the right cords. It gives into the history that has been shot down by the "the family" and their Romilaisque cronies. Must Watch. Bravo @vivekagnihotri Sir ðð pic.twitter.com/SN7pr7FxzP — Chowkidar Dhaval Patel (@dhaval241086) April 12, 2019 Truth always has tentacles which never bow down Truth is like pure water which always finds its way out This weekend explore the truth which was hidden for decades The mystery behind the death of one of the Greatest PM's Shastriji Thanks you @vivekagnihotri #TashkentFiles — Vikas Raina #Chowkidar #KP4Modi (@rainavikas) April 12, 2019 While the movie was in murky waters with a lot of people blaming it for stirring unwanted political agendas, the 'aam admi' is hailing the work of the director and the actors for fighting through all of it and opening the minds of Indians. The #TashkentFiles releases 2day. It's an important film. If we even call it 1 of the most important films in our history, then too it won't be an exaggeration. It takes lot of courage 2 make a film like this & credit must go to Vivek Agnihotri. Please go & watch it. — Chowkidar hity (@hitykumar) April 12, 2019 In case this piques your interest as well, then you should do your homework, watch 'Tashkent Files' and form your opinion about the whether it is the only political drama that matters for now or not.
  5. The much-awaited first teaser of the upcoming period drama 'Kalank' is finally out amidst much hype. The movie marks Dharma Production venturing into the Sanjay Leela Bhansali genre with a period drama that is set in the pre-independence era. The onus lies on the love story between Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan, but the teaser shows a heart broken Alia marrying Aditya Roy Kapur instead. © Dharma Productions Besides the three leads, the movie brings together Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Diixit after an insane hiatus. Also Sonakshi Sinha will be seen in a pivotal role. Sure, the teaser ensures us that this will be a stunning visual delight but however, it's not something you feel like you haven't already watched before. The movie is directed by Abhishek Varman and is set to release on 17th April.
  6. After a comparatively quieter first Test, the second match between India and Australia in Perth has exploded - thanks to Virat Kohli and Tim Paine. The two captains have been in the mix of things - getting into each other's skin with quirky comments, aggressive body language and even a heated 'chest bump'. As the second Test is on its way to an exciting end, Kohli and Paine, owing to their drama, have undoubtedly turned up the heat in Perth. If Kohli mocked Paine by telling his teammates: "If he (Paine) messes it up, it's 2-0", Paine was heard responding: "You've got to bat first, big head" on Day 3. Virat Kohli and Tim Paine are back at it! The two have locked horns again as tension builds on the 4th day of the 2nd Test. ðº Watch LIVE on #FoxCricket & ð° join our match centre: https://t.co/fLeuCrQjUF #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/MFZlzpoIt5 — Fox Cricket (@FoxCricket) December 17, 2018 But, it was undeniably the fourth day that saw the two skippers taking their duel up a notch. The early session on Day 4 saw Kohli and Paine exchanging more words before they were seen involved in a 'chest bump', forcing the on-field umpire Chris Gaffaney to diffuse the tension on the field. More cheeky banter caught on the TV stump mic! #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/pDbuJIfJJI — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 17, 2018 And then, when Murali Vijay was batting during India's second innings later in the day, Paine was caught on the stump-mic saying: "Murali, I know he's your captain. But you can't seriously like him as a bloke". As soon as the videos of their 'chest bump' surfaced on the social media, cricket fans across the globe expressed their views on the heated exchange. While many enjoyed the excitement brought to the Perth Test by the never-ending altercations between the two captains, Australian fans took the opportunity to slam Kohli for instigating the 'chest bump'. Match referee needs to look at KOHLI when he tried to obstruct TIM PAINE while running and also gets too close to PAINE. Banter wasn't over the top, but KOHLI lost control a bit getting too much in the face physically. #AusvInd #cricket PAINE stands up for himself with class — â¡pinning (@TazSpinZone) December 17, 2018 Virat Kohli is the James Harden of cricket. The bloke can play but he is an absolute germ. — Jake Butler (@jakeybutler) December 17, 2018 It was ugly when Warner did it. It's ugly when Virat does it. Simple really. The chatter in the field is one thing, but it can get excessive and we have seen Warner do it for ages and the Australian public loathes him for it. Kohli will get the same disdain if he continues. — Steve Hocking (@skippersteve86) December 17, 2018 I'm not impressed by Kohli and his petulant behaviour. Get on with the game . — jackie caldecourt (@jcaldecourt) December 17, 2018 What a laugh that was from Kohli, i'll just walk straight into the line a Batsman is running (a single) then look straight at the umpire because I'm never in the wrong. Paine should've ran straight through him and sat him on ass, give him something to cry about. ð #AUSvIND — Nathan Watson (@NathanW39506373) December 17, 2018 What an absolute flog. Was there any need for Kohli to be in that spot? This bloke makes kyrgios look like a good bloke. https://t.co/3s1oWdPgYe — The Unsportsmen ð¦ðº (@unsportsmenpod) December 17, 2018 Sooo Virat Kohli has had a word to the Umpire's & complained about Tim Paine talking to him. ð¤#AUSvIND#whinger — Ross Martin (@RossMartin1960) December 17, 2018 Im so happy Paine dint take kohli's rubbish laying down like the rest of the team he's given it back and this will give the whole team SO MUCH momentum This test is lost but im 100% sure we will see a new Australian team for the next two tests — kane thanos williamson (@llapskywalker) December 17, 2018 Tim Paine absolutely smashing kohli on the field with the banter. Paine knows he's a sook when he doesn't get his way #AusvIndia — Tristam Marshall (@travmarsh8) December 17, 2018 Kohli ran to the spot where Paine was naturally running through. It was a deliberate niggling action. He can't help himself. If an Aussie behaved like this, they'd get crucified. https://t.co/0gihKax6sG — Greg Davis (@GregDavis_cmail) December 17, 2018
  7. After narrating the notorious tale of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar in the first two seasons, and then following it up with an even stronger Season 3 that revolved around his rival Cali cartel, Netflix's popular series 'Narcos' is back with a brand new instalment, 'Narcos: Mexico'. Exclusive footage released by Netflix, ahead of the show's premiere on November 16, identifies the protagonist DEA Agent Camarena and his counterpart Miguel Felix Gallardo, the convicted druglord commonly referred to by his alias as El Padrino ("The Godfather"). The Mexican drug mafia formed the Guadalajara Cartel in the 1980s and was at the helm of all drug trafficking in the country and the corridors along the Mexico–United States border. “I'm more powerful than any other trafficker in the history of Mexico,” he says in the clip. © Netflix The date-announcement trailer told the story of another merciless cartel as the original 'Narcos' seasons. Michael Pena plays the undercover DEA agent while Rogue One's Diego Luna dons Gallardo's shoes. © Netflix It's understood that the streaming service refuses to call it a sequel to the previous seasons. This comes in the wake of the tragic murder of Carlos Munoz Portal, the location scout for the show, and then a lawsuit which was filed by Escobar's family. © Netflix Will they use the same theme song? Will they show agents Javier Peña and Stephen Murphy again? Gotta wait till November 16 it seems.
  8. It's that time of the year again, when poor, unaware folks get sucked into the dark hole that is called 'Bigg Boss'. Now, if you have clicked on this article, I'm taking this as a confirmation of your pure, unadulterated hatred for this toxic show, just like me. I confess I have never understood the fascination behind this mindless drama. I mean, sure it has all the ingredients for an entertainer—love, anger, jealousy, betrayal and the works—but watching people locked up in a house, acting like animals thanks to a diabolical script, designed to prey on the minds of innocents, is not my idea of 'entertainment'. Every year, I find myself surrounded by this name--'Bigg Boss'. Even though I have no interest in it, even though I go out of my way to never watch it on TV, it somehow manages to crawl into my life. Makes me ponder over my existence altogether! This made me realise that I need to find a way to steer clear from this evil this year, and made a set of guidelines for myself, which I am more than happy to share with you: 1. Stay Away From Your 'Bigg Boss' Loving Friends Literally. See, the harsh truth is that, people who watch this show are often overwhelmed by an uncontrollable need to actually discuss the show in detail. You WILL find yourself getting sucked into the drama without even knowing it. 2. Say Goodbye To Your TV For The Next 3 Months It's not that hard, to be honest. Heard of this gorgeous creation called Netflix? Or maybe even Amazon Prime? Well, the internet is going to be your bosom buddy for the duration of this show. Now, you must be wondering, 'why can't I just turn off the TV when the show comes on?' Umm, there are these things called promos and the never-ending ads about the show, which might just plant a harmless bug in your brain to watch the show. 3. Surround Yourself With As Much Good Web Content As Possible Like I mentioned in the point above, staying away from the actual TV might force you to dig online into some really good shows. There is a goldmine of content out there. All you need to do is scour the web, or simply ask your pals for some good recommendations. 4. Interrupt 'Bigg Boss' Chat Sessions Around You With Sudden, Violent Explosions Of Anger It works, trust me. In the next three months, more than often, you'll find a small buzzing group right next to you that is constantly discussing the show and its oh-so-juicy details. Instead of splashing a bucket of water over their heads (which is ideal), just unleash a string of curse words, or even better, threaten to fling them off the building if they bring the show up again. 5. Simply Walk Away When Someone Tries To Bring Up The Show Simple, yet so effective. I've done this countless times and it has worked perfectly. My hyper-excited bro will spot me across the hallway, walk up to me with that manic gleam in his eyes and open his mouth saying “Yaar, kal kya phodu episode tha. Tune dekha jab usne…”, and that's where I make a 360-degree swivel, and simply walk away. Do this a couple of more times and see how they get the message that you simply don't care about the show! 6. Filter Out Keywords Like 'Salman Khan' & 'Bigg Boss' On Social Media This goes a long way in blocking out the obnoxious content from showing up in your timelines and feeds. 7. Hope The 'Bigg Boss' House Inmates Get Rid Of Each Other In A Week Sure people won't stop talking about it but at least the show will end sooner and put us out of our misery. Also, can you imagine what the TRP of the show will be? Since that is basically the goal of the makers. 8. Keep Chanting 'It Will Be Over Soon, It Will Be Over Soon…' Forget 'all is well', switch to this one. Whenever you see a promo, hear a discussion around you, watch your poor family glued to the TV screen, keep chanting this fervently to yourself. 9. Do Social Service By Telling People To Find Better Things To Watch In Life You will only be solidifying your ticket to heaven by doing this great deed. Most people who watch 'Bigg Boss' don't know how much toxic content they are inviting into their minds. Tell them, and call an exorcist if need be, to help them see what a sheer waste of time in the name of mindless entertainment this show is! 10. In Worst Case Scenario, Have A Salman Khan Movie Marathon If you still can't seem to get over the temptation of watching the show, just watch 10 of his movies in a go. All that Salman overdose will ensure you never watch him and his show again!
  9. Journalists celebrate after a news conference near Tham Luang cave complex in the northern province of Chiang Rai, Thailand, July 10, 2018. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun LOS ANGELES: The nail-biting rescue of a Thai boys soccer team and their coach from a...