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  1. Ever since making his debut in 2016, Hardik Pandya has proved to be an asset Team India simply cannot afford to miss. A swashbuckling batsman who is capable of taking the opposition bowlers to the cleaners at will and a more-than-a-handy bowler who can provide the much-needed cushion to the Indian bowling attack, Pandya, often compared with the great Kapil Dev, has clearly revelled in the role of an all-rounder. Owing to a recent lower-back surgery, the bowling might not have on cards for the Baroda cricketer but the he has adequately made up for it with his slambang batting display. The recently-concluded edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) saw him at his menacing best as he played a key role in Mumbai Indians' triumphant title run, scoring 281 runs including 14 fours and 25 sixes. © AP His batting prowess was, once again, in full display during India's 66-run loss against Australia in the 1st ODI at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on 27th November. Chasing a mammoth total of 374 runs, India looked dead and buried, reeling at 101/4, but Pandya played an impressive knock of 90 runs, stitching a 128-run partnership with Shikhar Dhawan (74), to keep visitors in the hunt. Despite playing one the best innings of his ODI career, Pandya couldn't help India secure a win as he was undone by Adam Zampa in the 39th over. It's safe to say that the 27-year-old has come a long way from his infamous TV scandal that branded him as immature and boorish by many. The Indian all-rounder looks more focussed than ever which, in turn, reflects in his game. After the match, Pandya opened up on his transformation and spoke about how starting a family has changed him as a person. But, the Indian cricketer, owing to his commitment to cricket, hasn't really had too much time to spend with his son Agastya. He has been away from his son, who was born earlier this July, since he flew to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for playing in the thirteenth edition of the IPL. "The change has come for better."@hardikpandya7 on how fatherhood has changed him as a person.#TeamIndia | #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/cbyydAbnBO — BCCI (@BCCI) November 27, 2020 "When you have a child then automatically you have more work, you think about life in a different way and I think my perspective towards my family has changed, as a person I have changed, and I think the change has come for the better," Pandya said at the post-match press conference. "I am missing my child. When I left, the child was 15 days and now the child will be of four months. (I am waiting for) when I will return. Yes, a lot of things have changed but for better and this is the best time in my life," he added. © AP On the cricketing front, while Pandya looked in sublime form, Team India had an ordinary outing at the SCG. The Indian bowling unit was hammered all around the park by the Australian batsmen who left usually-efficient Yuzvendra Chahal (1-89) and Jasprit Bumrah (1-73) red-faced. Going into the 2nd ODI, scheduled for 29th November, Virat Kohli's men face a do-or-die situation where they'll need to shrug off the defeat and be at their prolific best to stay alive in the three-match series. View the full article
  2. Shahbaz Sharif and his son Hamza Shahbaz were released on bail today after the Punjab cabinet green-lit five-day parole
  3. After teasing fans with a poster, Amazon Prime Video has now dropped the trailer of Sons Of the Soil web series which will take you through the journey of the Jaipur Pink Panthers, the pro kabaddi team owned by Abhishek Bachchan. The trailer shows the ups and downs of the team. It begins with the montage of failures and it shows how Junior Bachchan kept them motivated in bad times when everyone was questioning their capabilities. View this post on Instagram Abhishek shared the trailer on Instagram and wrote, "Sons Of The Soil Official Trailer. I've always been inspired by their game, but their journey has touched my heart in more ways than one." View this post on Instagram In a statement, Abhishek said, “Kabaddi is one sport that cannot be played well without teamwork, and that is the ethos of our Jaipur Pink Panthers family. I am delighted to team-up with Amazon Prime Video to tell the inspiring story of Jaipur Pink Panthers to the global audience.” He added, “I had made my digital debut with Amazon Original Series, Breathe: Into the Shadows so sharing the unfiltered story of my team, Jaipur Pink Panthers, through this global service made absolute sense. Sons of the Soil: Jaipur Pink Panthers promises to take the audience on a motivational ride as the players and the team aim to win the seventh season of the Pro Kabaddi League. I believe we have created a show that will engage and inspire the audience.” Fans are loving the trailer and are left emotional after seeing the struggles of the team members. © Instagram/Abhishek Bachchan © Instagram/Abhishek Bachchan © Instagram/Abhishek Bachchan The show is an unscripted sports documentary series directed by Alex Gale and is all set to stream on Amazon Prime Video from December 4. View the full article
  4. For everyone who has grown up watching World Wrestling Entertainment, it's a sad, sad day. The Undertaker has finally retired after a long and enviable career as a professional wrestler and people are bidding farewell to the legend. © WWE Mark William Calaway, better known as The Undertaker announced his retirement yesterday and since then, people have been feeling way too emotional about his departure from the sport. "My time has come to let The @undertaker rest ... in ... peace." #SurvivorSeries #FarewellTaker #Undertaker30 pic.twitter.com/Mg9xr8GB94 — WWE (@WWE) November 23, 2020 A generation of people grew up watching WWE when it was actually WWF, and wrestling provided them with the perfect balance of violence and entertainment for everyone. Some of these wrestlers were people's first heroes and it's hard to let that go. The final bell tolls... #ThankYou pic.twitter.com/4TXao9floB — Undertaker (@undertaker) November 23, 2020 Thanking him for all the memories over the years, people are saying bye to him. There are none better than & like him. #ThankYouTaker! pic.twitter.com/fkjhBPaV1B — Ananthpatel (@Ananthpatel441) November 23, 2020 Yes! Thanks for the memories #ThankYouTaker pic.twitter.com/8OwqP70FAJ — 🖤Austin🖤 (@RatedRAustin_) November 23, 2020 So wholesome. Thank You for giving us 30 Years of Greatness. Of course not only the greatest wrestling character and performer, but the greatest Man in Entertainment history, #ThankYouTaker. pic.twitter.com/VFMMSYyTVz — #ThankYouTaker ⚱️ (@WWEYazanTaker) November 23, 2020 Hmm. Did you really thought Undertaker was dead in a coffin and then he came out of the dead just to strangle a wrestler? Or when a couple decided in the ring who will have the cutody of their baby? Really? LUL — Sebas Cabrera (@MrOjitos1) November 24, 2020 So many good wishes. Thank you @undertaker for making our childhood awesome 🥰 sir you are the true gem of entertainment we wish you good and healthy future ahead #ThankYouTaker love you sir always 🥰 https://t.co/Yi49wzX39E — Ashwani Chauhan (@Ashwani79294823) November 24, 2020 The impact. He was one of the big reasons I liked and preferred wearing black or dark colored clothing... https://t.co/aYo70w9ZJh — Lumina Shirai ️‍️ Bumbleby 復讐者 (@kabuki_bee16) November 24, 2020 The Rock's tribute. 30yrs ago today, he made his iconic #SurvivorSeries debut. Like EVERYONE - I was in awe as a rookie in the @WWE when his first words pierced my soul as he walked in the dressing room and said, “Muthafucka” True story Honored to share the ring w you, my brother. #ThankYouTaker pic.twitter.com/ULlppOQlCa — Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) November 22, 2020 Aww. The Undertaker : "My time has come to let The Undertaker Rest In Peace." Me who grew up watching him:#ThankYouTaker #FarewellTaker pic.twitter.com/W2H3iN18Mc — Rasik (@RasikBhatman) November 23, 2020 Definitely. The GOAT-in and out of the ring. #ThankYouTaker pic.twitter.com/XXa1D0sqTb — John Layfield (@JCLayfield) November 23, 2020 Yep. Chills. #ThankYouTaker https://t.co/mxCB1qXRdz — Nikki Cross (@NikkiCrossWWE) November 23, 2020 For sure. This picture will go down in the history books. This is a legacy. This is respect. This is honor. This is loyalty. This is love. This is passion. This is the Phenom. This is the Deadman. This is The Undertaker. #ThankYouTaker #Undertaker30 #SurvivorSeries pic.twitter.com/jDzJ5XN7t1 — Shivam Jain (@Shivamjain013) November 23, 2020 What a career! #ThankYouTaker what a career! What a man. Phenom. pic.twitter.com/jt9WEkrXby — Dave Mastiff ‘Hoss of Hosses’ (@DaveMastiff) November 23, 2020 View the full article
  5. Will dedicate victory to mother today if Lahore Qalandars wins PSL 2020 Insha'Allah, says Fawad Rana
  6. It's been months since not only one of the finest actors we've seen but also one of the most genuinely great people passed away and left everyone to mourn such a huge loss. Irrfan Khan's death personally affected so many people and he will always be remembered fondly. And, if the people who had never even met him were so immensely affected by his death, one can only imagine what his family felt like, have been feeling like since he passed away. © Twitter His son Babil shared a heartwarming video of his parents on Instagram and saying people are feeling emotional would be an understatement. The video shows Irrfan and his wife Sutapa singing ‘Mera Saaya Saath Hoga’ and him asking, "Mera saya ki tera saya?" View this post on InstagramMera saya ki tera saya? Dropping ma off at the airport now :(A post shared by (@babil.i.k) Such a bittersweet memory! Wholesome. © Instagram So many heart emojis. © Instagram Everyone misses him, everyone will always miss him. © Instagram Stil so hard to believe he's gone. © Instagram Yes, thanks for sharing such videos. © Instagram And, everyone is crying. © Instagram View the full article
  7. We all knew this was coming, but damn it, it's an emotional rollercoaster for everyone. Recently, the entire world came together to mourn the loss of not just a brilliant actor but also a genuinely great person. After Chadwick Boseman lost his battle with cancer, people were shocked and emotional because of such a huge loss. © Netflix While the group of musicians wait in a claustrophobic room for the Mother of the Blues, Ma Rainey, played by Viola Davis, trumpeter Levee, played by Chadwick gets all the other musicians to open about truths that will change their lives. The movie will be out on Netflix on December 18. The movie will definitely be bittersweet. Not going to lie, watching this film may be bittersweet. It's always hard when someone so talented passes away. Hopefully #ChadwickBoseman career's ends on a high note. #maraineysblackbottom @netflix https://t.co/pZXKkx68Nm — Seeking Media Productions (@SMediaProd01) October 19, 2020 For sure! Chadwick Bozeman, Viola Davis and produced by Denzel Washington?? pic.twitter.com/dXPbj9Ovlg — Bell (@Bellamykepner) October 19, 2020 Yes. Chadwick, we miss you every day https://t.co/J9itdlfnF8 — Trinitea♌️🇫🇯 (@yoqueent) October 20, 2020 The powerful posters, tho. Check out these new character posters for ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,’ starring Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman. pic.twitter.com/RCjksiI2OP — Geeks of Color #BlackLivesMatter (@GeeksOfColor) October 15, 2020 Can never get tired of that. I’ll never get tired of seeing Viola Davis act. https://t.co/TNRpFyoQBO — AMARION JAMES (@THEAMARIONJAMES) October 20, 2020 Wow is the word. ok, WOW VIOLA DAVIS, WOW CHADWICK BOSEMAN https://t.co/Qg2jtBpPL8 — saltedsugar-𝕯𝖊𝖋 (@ridddikulusss) October 20, 2020 You can't. Look at her teeth and tell me she’s not the frontrunner https://t.co/wMl0ZTDKaU — The Oscar Expert (@expert_oscar) October 19, 2020 What a gif! me after watching the trailer pic.twitter.com/c4dAeUjCLb — Edward Sanchez (@edwardistheman) October 19, 2020 Definitely. Such an amazing actor, the amount of talent that man had was unbelievable and incredibly rare, every single role he played he did them justice, i remember finding out and it broke my heart... Chadwick Boseman will be remembered through history. Wakanda Forever 🏼‍♂️ — Connor (@iitsconnor) October 19, 2020 It's great, yet sad. It looks like the Best Sup Actor catagory this year is going to the same direction as Heath Ledger.. — Joshua Kim (@terrannightmare) October 19, 2020 Let's see. Viola Davis bout to blow it out the water. Come through trail-blazing powerful black queer women (hope we get the queer narrative) https://t.co/4r7JJ51f61 — Daniel Mawson (@djmawson) October 20, 2020 Yep. Get this on our screens now! #MaRaineyFilm https://t.co/MD2uzgK12G — Light Cinema Sheffield (@LightSheffield) October 19, 2020 You are missed. Wow. We get one more Chadwick Boseman film despite it being 2020 and I’m already crying. Rest in Power, Chadwick. You are missed. — CeCeBee 🏾️‍ (@CeCeeBeee) October 19, 2020 It does! Just seeing Chadwick in this film with the legendary Viola Davis made tears fall down my face.... Anyways this film looks AMAZING https://t.co/5syhAl3pUb — DefundThePolice, DefundNYPD (@Cee_lemons) October 20, 2020 As it should. Chadwick Boseman + Viola Davis = All of the Oscars🖤 pic.twitter.com/JmWOwOPsVd — 𝟞’𝟜 𝕚𝕣𝕝 (@DarkCollegeGuy) October 19, 2020 Damn. This game me goosebumps.... @violadavis ... @chadwickboseman ... My God, so transformative in their portrayals. This looks beyond awards worthy https://t.co/HMwRwmpP6s — Ramon Luis (@MrRamonLuis) October 20, 2020 View the full article
  8. Mahira Khan detailed how her mother has always encouraged her to see light at the end of every tunnel
  9. John Legend wrote, "I love and cherish you and our family so much. We?ve experienced the highest highs and lowest lows together."
  10. There's no denying that Micromax's departure from the Indian market a few years ago was due to the Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, etc. Those manufacturers had way better phones on offer in comparison to the rebranded devices which Micromax was pushing in India. But now due to the on-going border tensions between India and China, a lot of Indians are promoting the 'Anti-China' sentiment by essentially boycotting products and services of Chinese origin. In fact, India's PM Narendra Modi has announced a new initiative to promote Indian products. Well, Micromax is looking to ride this very anti-China wave to make a comeback in the market. The company has officially confirmed that it's making a comeback in India. Micromax posted a rather emotional video from its co-founder Rahul Sharma. Here, check it out - We're #INForIndia with #INMobiles! What about you? #IndiaKeLiye #BigAnnouncement #MicromaxIsBack #AatmanirbharBharat pic.twitter.com/eridOF5MdQ — Micromax India (@Micromax__India) October 16, 2020 Soon after this video was posted, '#MicromaxIsBack' started trending on Twitter. Clearly, a lot of Indians are happy about the arrival of Micromax once again in the Indian market. From what it looks like, Micromax will be launching phones under its new sub-brand called 'In'. The details of the devices under this new sub-brand are still unknown but it looks like we'll learn more about them very soon. © Twitter/Micromax Honestly, Micromax has a huge potential to grab a huge chunk of the smartphone business in India, especially now that there's a huge demand for 'Made In India' products. That being said, it all depends on the kind of products we see from them. Emotional patriotic messages aside, we really hope Micromax's products will speak for themselves. Micromax will have to offer good phones at an aggressive price point to regain its position in the Indian smartphone market space. Let's wait for more info. View the full article
  11. There's no denying the fact that Anand Mahindra’s Twitter account is a super hit among his followers. From asking people to caption quirky pictures to sharing inspiring stories, his varied tweets never fail to create a stir among people. Case in point, his latest tweet involving a heart-wrenching story of a bamboo flute seller who is struggling to make ends meet. © Reuters The business tycoon took to his Twitter handle on Wednesday and wrote, “Every Sunday, a solitary bamboo flute seller walks by my home trying to attract buyers by playing film music on one of his flutes. Usually, I find that music cheerful. These days, it tears my heart out because I wonder whether anyone would want to buy one & risk infection.” Every Sunday, a solitary bamboo flute seller walks by my home trying to attract buyers by playing film music on one of his flutes. Usually, I find that music cheerful. These days, it tears my heart out because I wonder whether anyone would want to buy one & risk infection (1/4) — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 14, 2020 This was followed by a series of tweets calling on the nation to save small businesses in the wake of the current tumultuous situation. He further wrote, “So every Sunday I buy one of those flutes & discard it immediately. Just a way of soothing my own conscience.But it’s clear that Covid has made his economic model collapse with no sight of early recovery. There must be millions more like him in every community in this land (2/4)” So every Sunday I buy one of those flutes & discard it immediately. Just a way of soothing my own conscience.But it’s clear that Covid has made his economic model collapse with no sight of early recovery. There must be millions more like him in every community in this land (2/4) — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 14, 2020 Adding to that, the Mahindra Group Chief wrote, “So many more like him who eked out a living, dependent upon a community that was social & interactive. We in large businesses are already speaking of a strong recovery in demand. But will the flute-sellers rise with us? What is our duty to their Eco-system & their survival? (3/4)” So many more like him who eked out a living, dependent upon a community that was social & interactive. We in large businesses are already speaking of a strong recovery in demand. But will the flute-sellers rise with us? What is our duty to their Eco-system & their survival? (3/4) — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 14, 2020 Besides, he also put out some of the really important questions on the micro-blogging site that warrant a discussion. He wrote, “So what is ‘Good Business’? A good product? Good service? Good governance…or something else? The role of business in society & its duty to communities is the most important discussion of the decade. We need to start a conversation. What does ‘Good Business’ mean to you? (4/4) So what is ‘Good Business’? A good product? Good service? Good governance…or something else? The role of business in society & its duty to communities is the most important discussion of the decade. We need to start a conversation. What does ‘Good Business’ mean to you? (4/4) — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) October 14, 2020 Mahindra’s extremely relevant posts have garnered huge responses on Twitter and have prompted people to respond to them. Check out some of the people’s reactions here: 'Good' will always be relative to stakeholders and dependent on situations. And so would any product / service associated with it. While we may be able to control most of the meaurable constraints, there will always be situations (read unprecedented) that will govern the outcome — Kanishk Prasad (@colateraltech) October 14, 2020'Giving Back' to the society or community is anyways covered as part of CSR. However, to uplift small businesses ( typically the unstructured ones) to avoid situations like these, they should be made part of a bigger supply chain of Bigger Businesses for sustainability. — Kanishk Prasad (@colateraltech) October 14, 2020I stay at Thane. There is one flute vendor who comes every 15 days (Sundays), and he is a SUPER flute player. His tunes gives goosebumps. The only way we help him is make him play 2 songs of our liking and reward him for his ART. Well that must be the case everywhere. — amit jain (@amitjainsr) October 14, 2020Difficulty time for everyone, no matter where we are in chain ! — Gaurav Sharma (@GauravSharmaGGN) October 14, 2020Well, he has a point. As a society, we surely need to have more of such conversations. But most importantly, as fellow Indians, it is our job to protect the small businesses of our country, now more than ever. View the full article
  12. Video Games have been a saviour, to the say the least, around the world after countries went into lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 2020 has been a weird year for everyone, however the one thing that has been keeping people mentally healthy are video games. In fact, even World Health Organisation also recommended playing games to prevent the spread of COVID-19. © Unsplash/fredrick-tendong-6ou8gWpS9ns However, a new study spotted by Ladbible found that video games are actually beneficial to kids and people who game regularly, given that they play a few times a week for a reasonable amount of time. In fact, the study found that gamers are more inclined to benefit from gaming than getting involved with other nefarious activities such as drug and alcohol consumption. © National Literacy Trust The study comes from United Kingdom’s National Literacy Trust, who found that video games can be a genuine route for gamers in reading, creative writing, improving literacy skills and most importantly emotional wellbeing. More than 4,600 young people aged between 11 to 16 were surveyed for this study in the UK and 75% of them said that gaming helps them feel like they are part of a story. This, in turn, inspired them to read more about the games they are playing and inspired their own creativity in the process. 65% of the respondents said that video games could help them imagine being someone else which implies some form of genuine empathy according to the study. © unsplash/fredrick-tendong-HVYepJYeHdQ 60% of the respondents also admitted that gaming has the ability to keep their kids in contact with friends and family during lockdown. Keeping in touch with your friends on a regular basis is important for the mental wellbeing of children. Online multiplayer games encourage kids to communicate with their friends and work as a team to win matches or achieve goals in games like Destiny 2. Jonathan Douglas, chief executive of the National Literacy Trust, said, "This research absolutely suggests that mechanisms that young people themselves already enjoy are the best ways to get them into the wider pattern of reading and writing. It's exciting to uncover the opportunities that video game playing can provide for young people to engage in reading, stimulate creativity through writing, enhance communication with friends and family, and support empathy and wellbeing." He added, "COVID-19 has significantly disrupted young people's literacy and learning in recent months, and we want to ensure that no stone is left unturned when it comes to identifying new and innovative ways to support children's literacy when they return to school in September.” Source: Ladbible, NLT View the full article
  13. On 24th September, when everyone was looking forward to the Indian Premier League (IPL) clash between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP), one of the most popular and respected voices in international cricket, Dean Jones, passed away after suffering an unexpected heart attack in Mumbai. The 59-year-old had arrived in Mumbai at the behest of Star India who had organised a special commentary team for the coverage of IPL 2020. Like his fellow commentators, Jones was placed in a bio-secure bubble in a seven-star hotel in Mumbai. The former Australian cricketer had gone for a routine run early morning and had a cardiac arrest in the afternoon. His fellow commentator Brett Lee tried to revive him, but couldn't. Ever since the news of Jones' sad demise surfaced, cricket fraternity and fans have been paying tributes to one of the most iconic cricketers and an influential commentator on social media. His journey finally came to an end on 3rd October when his family and close friends bid him adieu in a private ceremony. One last lap of the @MCG for Deano, farewelled by ten of his closest family members over the weekend. Forever in our hearts! ️ pic.twitter.com/R2skRt2CkB — Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) October 7, 2020 According to media reports, Jones was given a lap of honour of an empty Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) with the tunes of Elton John and INXS played in the background. In a video shared by Cricket Australia (CA), a hearse carrying Jones' "handmade Indian coffin" was adorned with the Australian flag and a floral 324 arrangement showcasing the Oz's Test cap number. The private memorial service was limited to just 10 attendees, including his wife Jane, daughters Isabella and Phoebe and siblings, as per Victoria's ongoing COVID-19 lockdown rules. While a public memorial service is planned for a time when more mourners will be permitted to attend, Jane Jones revealed that her family was moved by the tributes pouring in for her husband. A hearse carrying Jones' handmade Indian coffin was adorned with the Australian flag and a floral 324 arrangement showcasing Deano's Australian Test cap number ️ pic.twitter.com/MaZGaERs6Y — Cricket Australia (@CricketAus) October 7, 2020 "We have been deeply moved by the outpouring of love for Dean over the last week and can't thank everyone enough for their support and for sharing their memories with us. It has been an awful time to navigate as a family, but I could not have thought of a more fitting place to say goodbye to my husband than under the lights of his beloved MCG," Jones' wife told ESPNCricinfo. © Twitter/@ProfDeano "What better way to honour him than with the music of his friends Elton John and INXS echoing throughout the empty stadium. We'd like to extend a huge thank you to the Melbourne Cricket Club and the MCG for their willingness to create our personal tribute to Dean and for Cricket Australia's support. We would also like to extend a big thank you to the Department of Foreign Affairs for ensuring Dean was returned home to us as quickly as possible. We will forever miss Dean's energy, his zest for life, passion for cricket and his love for us as a family," she added. Vale Dean Jones- A man that deserves no less than a standing ovation! We are all standing for you Deano. DJ1961-2020 Rest in Peace my friend #RIPDeano pic.twitter.com/Gm2KSCFLIG — Wasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) October 7, 2020 Born in Melbourne, Jones was a vital cog in Allan Border's world-conquering Australian side during his playing days. A natural showman who never hesitated from getting involved in verbal altercations with the bowlers, showed everyone the importance of running hard between the wickets and gave purpose to outfielders with his passionate fielding efforts, Jones wrote the virtues of being a successful limited-overs cricketer. Rest In Peace @ProfDeano One final lap of the MCG and his Theatre of Dreams is empty...a word that never featured in his lexicon. #RIPDeano — Alan Wilkins (@alanwilkins22) October 7, 2020 Often labelled as 'Prof Deano', the Australian legend played 52 Tests and amassed 3,631 runs including 11 hundreds, 14 fifties and a personal best score of 216 runs. The right-hander also played 162 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) for Australia, scoring 6,068 runs including seven hundreds and 46 fifties. While the great Australian cricket icon might have left us all teary-eyed with his sudden demise, his legacy which is full of achievements, both on and off the field, will continue to live on. View the full article
  14. Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister, Shweta Singh Kriti is in pain and she is trying to share her grief with all his fans through his memories. After the tragic demise of Sushant, we saw how fans are affected and are asking for justice to be served to the man they adored and admired. Like the shadow I am and I am not... ~ Jalaluddin Rumi ️ pic.twitter.com/Ejj1X6LSyV — Sushant Singh Rajput (@itsSSR) October 26, 2019 People who haven’t met the star personally are in deep pain so you can’t really gauge the pain of his family members, friends, and the ones he met. When you lose a loved one from your family, it’s hard to even come to terms with the loss. Shweta has poured her heart out and also shared her conversation with him from the 10th of June, just four days from his demise. View this post on InstagramPart 1: I am experiencing bouts of pain. Right when I think I am coping with it better, some or the other incidence rushes right back into my memory and breaks me apart. One such memory I am sharing with you all... because it is said that the more you share your grief, the less it hurts. I have always been told by my family members that Mom and Dad wanted a son, more so because Mumma’s first child was a son and she had lost him at the tender age of one and half. I never got to meet my first sibling. But mom and dad were very hopeful for a second son.... they made a sankalp (mannat) and started praying to Maa Bhagwati for straight 2 years. They fasted, they meditated, they did puja, hawan and went to spiritual places and met spiritual people. But then I was born, on a Diwali day.... Mumma considered me very lucky and often called me Lakshmi Ji. They continued with their Sadhna, and a year later my little brother was born. Right from the beginning he was a charmer, he mesmerized everyone with his beautiful smile and twinkling eyes. So, this little one was my “Pithiya”. This is a term used in colloquial Hindi to signify the one who comes right after you. Mumma believed that I was the cause of his much-desired arrival into our lives and I accepted the honor whole heartedly. I was very protective about my little brother because I felt I was responsible for bringing him to this earthly plane. We were always time together, We played, danced, studied, did all sorts of mischiefs, ate, slept, did everything together so much so that people forgot we were 2 separate individuals, they even called us “Gudia-Gulshan” as if we were a single entity (Bhai’s nick was Gulshan and mine Gudia) And when we started going to school, we had to go to different classes. Bhai’s Nursery and my prep classes were in same building so we managed our 1st year of school pretty well. But then my UKG class was in a different building and his prep classroom remained in the same building, so we got separated. One day after lunch break was over I saw Bhai in my classroom, in my building. We were just 4/5 year olds then. #BhaikikahaniBehankizabani #Downthememorylane #LuvuBhaiA post shared by (@shwetasinghkirti) The chat shows Sushant telling Shweta, ‘Bohat mann karta he di (I really feel like...)’ and to which she responded, ‘To aa jao na Baby...come for a month. Just chill here. Achha lagega tumhe...I won’t tell my friends that ur here...so koi botheration and milna jhulna bhi nahi karna hoga’. She wanted him to come to the US to spend time there and go for long walks and enjoy hiking. She went down the memory lane and shared how her parents prayed for Sushant’s birth as they lost one son and wanted one more son. She wrote, “I am experiencing bouts of pain. Right when I think I am coping with it better, some or the other incidence rushes right back into my memory and breaks me apart. One such memory I am sharing with you all... because it is said that the more you share your grief, the less it hurts.” She added, “I have always been told by my family members that Mom and Dad wanted a son, more so because Mumma’s first child was a son and she had lost him at the tender age of one and a half. I never got to meet my first sibling. But mom and dad were very hopeful for a second son.... they made a sankalp (mannat) and started praying to Maa Bhagwati for straight 2 years. They fasted, they meditated, they did puja, hawan and went to spiritual places and met spiritual people. But then I was born, on a Diwali day... Mumma considered me very lucky and often called me Lakshmi Ji. They continued with their Sadhna, and a year later my little brother was born. Right from the beginning, he was a charmer, he mesmerized everyone with his beautiful smile and twinkling eyes.” She went to share how protective she was of her younger brother Sushant and felt responsible for his safety. She also shared a memory from the past albums when the two used to go to school together. View this post on InstagramPart 2: I was completely shocked and as well as happy to see him and asked him how he got there, because his building was at-least half a kilometer away. He told me that he was feeling alone and anxious and wanted to be with me. I pondered for while thinking how adventurous and courageous he was to escape his building with a watchman and then walking half a kilometer and entering my building right under a watchman’s nose and finally finding my class and me. I found his explanation of running away from his building pretty viable as I knew that feeling, When I was dropped off at the school for the first time, I kept crying and asking Dad not to leave me, “Please don’t leave me here alone” that feeling... initial anxiety to be separated from family members and be somewhere where you don’t know anybody. And as a 5 year old protective big sister, I assured him that he can be with me. First, I tried to hide him in between me and my friend, but somehow my class-teacher noticed him while taking attendance. I was myself a little scared, but to protect my little brother, I stood up and told her that he is not feeling well and asked if he could stay with us until dismissal. To my amazement, the teacher agreed and we were so happy, but little after 2 periods as the social norm will have it, he was sent back to his building but by that time we have had so much fun that all of his anxiety were gone. Fast forward in 2007, I remember the day when I got married and as I was leaving, Bhai hugged me tight and we cried a lot. Physically we won’t stay together anymore, we won’t get to see each other that often anymore as I was moving to USA. Both of us got too busy with our lives. Bhai got into Bollywood and kept making us all proud with his accomplishments but I remained protective about him. I would often ask him to come and visit me in the US so that we can relive our childhood once again away from all the noise. I only wish I could have protected him from everything....I still wish I will wake up to see my Bhai... just right next to me and will realize this whole episode was just a nightmare and nothing more. #BhaikikahaniBehankizabani #Downthememorylane #LuvuBhaiA post shared by (@shwetasinghkirti) She wrote, “when we started going to school, we had to go to different classes. Bhai’s Nursery and my prep classes were in the same building so we managed our 1st year of school pretty well. But then my UKG class was in a different building and his prep classroom remained in the same building, so we got separated. One day after lunch break was over I saw Bhai in my classroom, in my building. We were just 4/5-year-olds then.” She continued, “I was completely shocked and as well as happy to see him and asked him how he got there because his building was at-least half a kilometer away. He told me that he was feeling alone and anxious and wanted to be with me. I pondered for while thinking how adventurous and courageous he was to escape his building with a watchman and then walking half a kilometer and entering my building right under a watchman’s nose and finally finding my class and me. I found his explanation of running away from his building pretty viable as I knew that feeling, When I was dropped off at the school for the first time, I kept crying and asking Dad not to leave me, “Please don’t leave me here alone” that feeling... initial anxiety be separated from family members and be somewhere where you don’t know anybody. And as a 5-year-old protective big sister, I assured him that he can be with me. First, I tried to hide him in between me and my friend, but somehow my class-teacher noticed him while taking attendance. I was myself a little scared, but to protect my little brother, I stood up and told her that he is not feeling well and asked if he could stay with us until dismissal. To my amazement, the teacher agreed and we were so happy, but little after 2 periods as the social norm will have it, he was sent back to his building but by that time we have had so much fun that all of his anxiety was gone.” She also opened up on how he hugged her tight during the ‘vidaai’ as she was going to the USA. Then, she went to share how the two got busy with their own lives. “Both of us got too busy with our lives. Bhai got into Bollywood and kept making us all proud of his accomplishments but I remained protective about him. I would often ask him to come and visit me in the US so that we can relive our childhood once again away from all the noise. I only wish I could have protected him from everything...I still wish I will wake up to see my Bhai... just right next to me and will realize this whole episode was just a nightmare and nothing more. #BhaikikahaniBehankizabani #Downthememorylane #LuvuBhai,” she ended her note. While reading her note, we had goosebumps and can’t even gauge the pain she is in after losing the brother who came into the world as the result of a lot of prayers to the almighty. Sushant, you the brightest star, rest in peace, and keep guiding your family, friends, and fans to cope up with the loss. View the full article
  15. Following the highly-tensed developments that took place at the border between the Indian and the Chinese soldiers that resulted in the loss of lives, a lot of people have come out to show their support. #BoycottChineseProducts is currently trending on Twitter and people are sharing how they're supporting the movement by getting rid of Chinese products they own. We also stumbled upon a video in which a group of people can be seen flinging a Chinese-made TV from their balcony to the ground. This incident is said to have taken place in Surat. Here, check out the video - सà¥à¤°à¤¤ : à¤à¤¾à¤à¤¨à¥à¤ à¤à¥à¤µà¥ à¤à¥ तà¥à¤¡à¤¼à¤à¤° लà¥à¤à¥ नॠà¤à¤¿à¤¯à¤¾ विरà¥à¤§à¥¤ à¤à¥à¤¨à¥ à¤à¥à¤à¥ à¤à¤¸à¥à¤¤à¥à¤®à¤¾à¤² नहॠà¤à¤°à¤¨à¥ à¤à¥ लà¥à¤à¥ सॠà¤à¥ à¤à¤ à¤à¤ªà¥à¤²à¥¤#BoycottChineseProducts pic.twitter.com/FBgY6wya11 â Janak Dave (@dave_janak) June 17, 2020 We're not entirely sure about the exact manufacturer of the TV, but it's said to be a Chinese brand. You can also hear these people chanting Bharat Mata Ki Jai as they swarm in to destroy what's left of the TV on the ground. It's one thing to uninstall apps from your phones and a completely different thing to smash products that are made by the Chinese people. It's quite an intense visual, to say the least. However, it's also quite funny how some of them were dancing on the TV just to be a part of the video. While some people think it's the right thing to do, others believe that things are getting way out of hand now. We're seeing mixed reactions to this particular incident. Yeah, this makes sense. Aage se mat Lena Chinese ... Abhi kyu Tod rahe ho â Quarantined Engineer 2.0 (@iamkumar001) June 17, 2020 Again, a valid point. LOL first they spend money ...buying it....now they are destroying it. Hehehe Nuksaan kiskaa...faayda kiska â somalthakore (@somalthakore) June 17, 2020Good luck India, good luck. pic.twitter.com/2GYWZXyCXU â Suchitra Vijayan (@suchitrav) June 17, 2020 Amidst all of this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also spoke on the matter today. "I would like to assure the nation that the sacrifice of our jawans will not be in vain. For us, the unity and sovereignty of the country is the most important...India wants peace but it is capable to give a befitting reply if instigated," he said. Earlier today, we also learned about the list of apps that were deemed as not safe for use by the Indian Intelligence agencies. This whole anti-China sentiment seems to have reached its peak and it remains to be seen what comes after this. View the full article
  16. Actor Sonu Sood has come a long way from being the quintessential 'middle class boy' to becoming Bollywoodâs villain, to a real life âsuperheroâ. Within a short span of time, the actor has captured a place in everyoneâs heart across the country because of his unflinching support to the migrant workers, who are worst affected by the nationwide coronavirus lockdown. From arranging buses to airlifting people through chartered flights to launching a toll free number, Sood has ensured to leave no stone unturned in sending stranded migrant workers to their home states. His generous efforts have now transformed him into a national hero. Recently, the 46-year-old actor took to his Twitter account to share an emotional post for his late parents. He shared the post with the caption that read., âThey both will be smiling somewhere from heavens. Miss u both maa n dad.â They both will be smiling somewhere from heavens. Miss u both maa n dad â£ï¸ https://t.co/6NYalWV4hF â sonu sood (@SonuSood) June 6, 2020 Sonu Soodâs selfless efforts have been widely appreciated across the country by common people as well as celebrities from his fraternity. Growing up in Nagpur in a middle-class family background, the actorâs early years were spent with his two sisters and parents. His father Shakti Sood was a small-time businessman and ran a garment shop named Bombay Cloth House, while his mother Saroj was a professor. View this post on InstagramSomeone said today is Motherâs Day. I was celebrating it everyday unknowingly. How can there be one day that you dedicate to some one you call MAA? Sheâs the one who celebrates your presence in her life everyday. I miss u Every second of my life maa. I miss dropping you to your college on my scooter. I miss attending your lectures as a student. I miss receiving letters from u. Life is not the same maa. A lot more goals to meet but the drive that motivated me was always you. Stay happy wherever u are . I am sure dad must be taking good care of you. I miss u both a lot ð Take care maa till I see u again. Happy Motherâs Day.A post shared by (@sonu_sood) Meanwhile, people on the micro-blogging site flooded Soodâs emotional post with loads of heartwarming comments. Check out some of the reactions here: नमन â Sone Lal Singh ð®ð³ (@AviatorSone) June 6, 2020Rest in peace..stay happy where ever you are..mom & dadð» â @sajidcrafts (@Ahmad_crafts) June 6, 2020Proud of you Sonu Sir .... Lots of love from uttrakhand â à ÃHáY ÃéGíī (@a_negii) June 6, 2020You are real hero sir â RANDHIR KUMAR SHARMA (@RANDHIR73747253) June 6, 2020May almighty grant them highest level in paradise.. â sehbaj khan (@KhanSehbaj) June 6, 2020सà¥à¤¨à¥ भाठà¤à¤ª सठमà¥à¤ à¤à¥ सà¥à¤ªà¤° हà¥à¤°à¥ हà¥à¤à¥¤ बाà¤à¥ तॠबस बà¥à¤² बà¤à¥à¤à¤¨ हà¥à¤à¥¤à¥¤à¥¤à¥¤ हमॠà¤à¤ª पर à¤à¤°à¥à¤µ हà¥à¥¤à¥¤à¥¤ â Manish thakur (@ManishT20132842) June 6, 2020Coming from a humble background himself, he clearly understands what it takes to be generous and compassionate in todayâs circumstances. We desperately need more people like Sonu Sood in this country. The actor has set up a toll free number to reach out to the maximum number of distressed people. Here is that number - 18001213711. This number connects to a call centre set up by him for those who seek help. He truly is a messiah for all those who are in dire need of help at this difficult time. Kudos to you, Sonu! View the full article
  17. If you enjoy playing video games and have played a lot of single-player titles, then you probably already know what we're about to talk about. Some of the video games that I've played had such an emotional ending that they're better than most of the movies I've watched. Anyway, we're not trying to draw any direct comparisons here, but here's a list of games which we think had more emotional endings than movies and they're worth playing at least once. Life Is Strange Life Is Strange offers the kind of narrative journey that a few video games or even movies can match. It shows one of those video games that tells a compelling story and will keep your interest. I am obviously not going to spoil the game by talking about the ending, but all three installments (including the DLC) are great. The second installment, in particular, has multiple endings, and they all are quite emotional. The Last Of Us The Last Of Us is one of those games that'll stay with me for a very long time. For a game that's based on a post-apocalyptic world, The Last Of Us tells a very emotional story and weaves a great relationship between the two lead characters in the game, Joel and Ellie. You'll get so attached to the characters and the story, that it'll be difficult to let go of it once the story ends. Luckily, the sequel is coming out next month. The Walking Dead Telltale games know how to narrate a good story and The Walking Dead is a really good example. This is a game that spans across a few episodic seasons and collectively they all deliver a heart-wrenching story that's worth playing for. The game takes place in the popular comic and AMC TV series universe and you may even see a familiar face there, so be sure to check it out. Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is a very important installment in the series because it marks the end of Nathan Drake's adventures in the game. You already know what they mean, right? Nathan Drake is one of those characters that you'll get attached to, especially if you play all the titles in the franchise one after the other. The final cutscene of the game pulled all the heartstrings for me and I was really sad to put down my controller. Red Dead Redemption 2 The Red Dead Redemption 2 narrates a story that's based around romance, redemption, revenge, and more. It's about living a character and making him the person you want to be with your choices. The story has you rooting for the protagonist Arthur Morgan, and it's all about helping the man find the peaceful life he desires while keeping all the relations in one piece. View the full article
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