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  1. The way we consume content these days has changed. Thanks to the upsurge in OTT platforms, we can now sit comfortably at home and enjoy versatile movies and shows. Bollywood stars, too, aren't a newbie to the OTT world. In 2020, several actors made their debut in this arena, including Abhishek Bachchan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Sushmita Sen, etc. The year 2021 will also witness an ingress of more B-town actors into the OTT space. Check it out. 1. Shahid Kapoor View this post on Instagram Shahid Kapoor will mark his digital debut in 2021. He announced that he has been working with Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK for an action-thriller series, which is untitled yet. He will be seen opposite Rashi Khanna. As per the news, this is an exciting project teemed with action scenes. Besides that, Shahid will also be seen in Jersey. 2. Madhuri Dixit Nene View this post on Instagram Madhuri's Dixit Nene needs no introduction. While many shows and movies create a buzz in the OTT arena, fans are awaiting Madhuri's Finding Anamika. As per reports, it's a suspense drama series in which a superstar goes missing. The show includes shocking lies and secrets that will keep us on the edge of our seats. Let's just hope that's true! 3. Ajay Devgn View this post on Instagram Ajay Devgn is all ready to set his foot into the OTT arena. He will debut in a crime-thriller, Rudra - The Edge Of Darkness. As per reports, it's based on the British series Luther. In an interview. Ajay mentioned that it's a highly intriguing story, and playing a cop is not new for him. Moreover, the character is intense and is possibly the greyest character he has pulled of late. 4. Sonakshi Sinha View this post on Instagram Sonakshi Sinha has given some power-packed performances in Bollywood. She is another star to join the OTT hood. The upcoming web series has been tentatively titled Fallen, and Sonakshi essays the role of a cop named Anjali Bharti. What we also know is that it's based on a real story. The cast wrapped up the shoot in March this year. 5. Juhi Chawla Juhi Chawla will be seen in the OTT space as well. Amazon Prime Video recently announced its next series, starring many female celebrities, including Karishma Tanna, Sahana Goswami, Soha Ali Khan etc., for the show named Hush Hush. There isn't much news about the show, but it's touted as a thriller drama. View the full article
  2. Bollywood industry has many talented actors but not all of them get equal opportunity to shine in the time that they spend there. Talent is abundant in the industry but not everyone is recognized for the extraordinary work they do. Some get more limelight and some leave the industry too soon. Some good actors don’t get the recognition they deserve and also don’t get to work on worthy projects that are worth their potential. So, here is a list of actors who Bollywood has forgotten and we want to see more of them- Prachi Desai Prachi Desai started her acting career with the television series Kasam Se. She made her Bollywood debut opposite Farhan Akhtar in Rock On. After that, she was also seen in films like Bol Bachchan, Ek Villain, and Rock On 2. However, we haven’t seen her much in the past few years. Nimrat Kaur Nimrat Kaur in The Lunchbox surprised everyone with her extraordinary acting skills and she was totally in the character. Even after she outperformed herself in the film she is seen missing from doing Bollywood films. However, she has been cast in Homeland which is a popular American political thriller. Rahul Bose Rahul Bose did films like Mr. and Mrs. Iyer, Chameli, and many more. Then, in 2015 he did a small role in Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do. Recently, he was also seen in Bulbbul and we would like to see him more and more on-screen. Akshaye Khanna Akshaye Khanna was cast in some very big-budget movies and played the role of the lead actor in those films. He was part of films like Border, Dil Chahta Hai, Humraaz, and many more. Recently, we have seen him in some films playing the role of cops and lawyers but the audience would want to see more of him as the lead in films. Rahul Roy Rahul Roy gained a lot of popularity from his debut film Aashiqui which was released in the year 1990. He was seen alongside Anu Agarwal in the film and this film turned him into a youth icon that everyone was crazy about. His haircut in the film also got extremely famous but after a few years, he wasn’t seen doing many Bollywood projects. View the full article
  3. Pro-wrestling may be fake but the injuries are real. I have been talking about some of the most dangerous incidents that WWE stars have suffered through in the past while performing inside the ring for quite some time now. Be it Kane damaging Shawn Michaelsâ skull, permanently making him cross-eyed, or Kurt Angle breaking his neck several times during his career as a âperformerâ resulting in lack of blood flow to his arms and finally atrophying, these are some serious issues and they are very real. Today, letâs talk about someone very special. Someone who managed to be the face of the company for over a decade and someone who has been one of the greatest influences to the upcoming generation of wrestling fans, even after moving away from the business - John Cena. There is no denying the fact that Cena looks like a tank. His physique is a testament to the kind of hard work and discipline he has inculcated in his life and chooses to follow no matter what life throws his way. Also Read: WWE Star Sheamus Tries John Cena's Workout For A Day, Ends Up Flat On The Floor But what a lot of people do not realise is his willingness to have a great show and make people fall in love with WWE, no matter what. For this, he is ready to go the distance, he is ready to suffer through pain, he is ready to meet any sort of health-related trouble that he might face in the future if it means that the fans are cheering (or booing) and that they go home satisfied. During a 2007 match against Mr. Kennedy, Cena went for a typical arm-drag move, something he does all the time. He tossed his opponent over his right shoulder and immediately knew that something was wrong. According to reports, John Cena tore his right pectoral tendon in a flash and was in excruciating pain. He moved away from Kennedy and to the other corner of the ring, looked at his arm in disbelief, tried to shake off the pain but he couldnât. He bent down for a second only to stand back straight up steady his right arm and fought through the entire match with his left arm. He tried to carry out his signature moves just like heâd do in any other fight but you could see his expression change after every bump he took. On RAW from Cleveland on October 1, 2007 John Cena def. Mr Kennedy. Cena tore his Pectoral Muscle in this Match and Vacated Title next night pic.twitter.com/yknEyV2YOZ â Today In WWE History (@TodayInWWEHist1) October 1, 2017 Cena and Kennedy had to improvise after the injury. The former trapped the latter in his iconic STFU submission manoeuvre and the match got over in a hurry. But it was decided well in advance that once Cena had won the match, Randy Orton would enter the ring and deliver some hard blows to him as a part of a storyline. © WWE You could see Cena asking the referee whether âRandy was comingâ or not and when the referee nodded, he was ready to put his body through some more pain. And like clockwork, Orton slithered into the ring, caught Cena with an RKO followed by a shot by the steel steps and another RKO on the announcersâ table. Keep in mind that even though the moves and shots were fake, Cena had to crash to the floor with a certain whiplash impact which could not have been good for the torn tendon. Next week, Vince McMahon came to the show himself to make the announcement and used the injury to further the storyline between Cena and Orton. According to the doctors, Cena was supposed to stay out of action for about a year. He came back within four months and the fans lost it too. View the full article
  4. It's a fact that everyone's eyes are always trained on the children of Bollywood stars, in the hope of seeing them walk in their parents' footsteps and take that plunge into the movie industry. Star kids are said to be privileged, always comfortable with the blanket of nepotism around them, which is usually proven right since they sort of get a direct entry into Bollywood. But are they able to deliver their talent on-screen? Not always. However, some of these star kids, who are benefitted by the big surname, are not so successful and failed to entertain us on-screen. Check out this list of star kids who pretty much tanked right after their launch: 1. Karan Deol © Instagram/Karan Deol If you were able to save your money on watching Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, you did a great job. Karan Deol, who is Sunny Deol's son, couldn't bring any sort of magic on the screen as he failed to create an impact on the audience and gave a dud of a movie, with a single expression throughout. Even the screenplay of the movie is weak, due to which Karan looks like an unpolished next-gen Bollywood actor. 2. Ananya Panday © Instagram/Ananya Panday Ananya Panday, who is Chunky Panday's daughter was launched by Karan Johar in Dharma Production's, SOTY 2. Besides the movie being a big flop, Ananya's video clip on 'nepotism' in the film industry (https://www.mensxp.com/entertainment/bollywood/75069-bollywood-movies-with-decent-start-but-bad-ending.html) and discussing her father's 'struggle' led to a lot of funny comments. 3. Uday Chopra © Twitter/Uday_Chopra The son of leading producer Yash Chopra, it was assumed that it would be easy for someone like Uday to make it big on-screen. But turns out, he couldn't make us believe us in his acting chops post his back-to-back flops like Neal n Nikki, Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai etc. Though he managed to catch our attention in Mohabbatein, he failed to prove his prowess any further. 4. Meezaan Jaffrey © Instagram/MeezanJ Meezaan Jaffrey is Javed Jaffrey's son, who made his debut in Malaal, that happens to be a remake of a Tamil movie. But the pace of the Bollywood version is damn slow and you won't be able to keep up with the acting of the debutant for sure. Unfortunately, the audience left the movie theatres with a lot of disappointment. 5. Esha Deol © Instagram/Esha Deol While Hema Malini's acting chops ensured she was hailed throughout her career in Bollywood, unfortunately, her daughter Esha Deol couldn't stand by her surname. Even though she bagged her first Filmfare for the Best Debut Award in 2002 for Koi Mere Dil Se Pooche, she failed to carry her mother's legacy ahead. 6. Jackky Bhagnani © Instagram/Jacky Bhagnani With such a powerful surname, Jackky Bhagnani, Vashu Bhagnani (producer) son, failed to seize victory and stardom in Bollywood. With movies like Kal Kissne Dekha, Jackyy was unable to entertain us with his launch. 7. Zayed Khan © Twitter/ZayedKhan_FC Actor Sanjay Khan's son, Zayed Khan, failed to make an impact in Bollywood as well. His debut movie Chura Liya Hai Tumne in 2003, also failed to make it big at the box office. His acting chops and talent were only seen in Main Hoon Na where he starred along with Shah Rukh Khan, which is probably the only best movie he gave us. Later, his graph just spiralled down and he just went into oblivion. View the full article
  5. For more than a decade, Indian cricket fans have been treated to the genius of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. We've cherished his impeccable leadership skills, unorthodox batting and street-smart wicket-keeping. Such has been his success that every kid around the block wants to be the former Indian captain. So, for someone to actually fill Dhoni's big shoes will surely be a daunting task. After all, not every cricketer can replicate this man's success. But, while not every cricketer can be Dhoni, young Rishabh Pant has proved that you don't need to be. Staying true to his character and skills, Pant has rapidly established his reputation as Dhoni's credible successor. His efficiency on the field has allowed him to leapfrog the likes of Dinesh Karthik and Wriddhiman Saha to become India's first-choice wicket-keeper, not just in limited-overs cricket, but also in the longest format. For someone who moved around from city to city in his early teens to make a name for himself, Pant had raised a few eyebrows with noticeable performances in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and domestic cricket, which further earned him a debut in limited-overs cricket. But, when the youngster was roped in the Indian side for the testing tour of Australia, Pant, undoubtedly, had the biggest test of his professional career staring right at him. AP In a series, that is famous for making or breaking careers, the four-match Test duel between India and Australia once again propelled a youngster to stardom. In a star-studded Indian line-up that included proven match-winners like Virat Kohli, Cheteshwar Pujara and Jasprit Bumrah amongst others, Pant carved his own niche, in his own uncanny manner, making things more interesting in an already entertaining Test series. From shattering records with his sublime batting performances to poking fun at the opposition batsmen with his hilarious jibes, the 21-year-old aided his team with the willow, etched his name in the history books for his feats and enthralled the spectators with his wit and pun- all that has made him our 'Entertainer No. 1' from the recently-concluded series. Breaking Records AP Before anything else, a cricketer, when representing their country, is expected to perform the role assigned to them. And, if anyone has watched the four-match Test series, they'd agree that Pant has not only made a mark, but he has, in fact, strengthen his position as India's preferred wicket-keeping batsman. In the first match, Pant equalled the world record of taking 11 catches in a single Test. Amid numerous batting geniuses that India boasts of, Pant has emerged as the second highest run-getter in the series. The left-hander amassed 350 runs including the brilliant 159-run knock in Sydney. His batting might also saw him breaking multiple records. His breathtaking innings in Sydney saw him breaking Dhoni's 12-year-old record of the highest score by an Indian wicket-keeper in an overseas Test. He is also the first Indian wicket-keeper to score a Test hundred Down Under. He, now, holds the joint record - with Bangladesh's Mushfiqur Rahim (who scored 159 against New Zealand in 2017) - of the highest score by an Asian wicket-keeper outside the sub-continent. Pant is also the first wicket-keeper to boast two Test hundreds as a 21-year-old. And, what makes it furthermore special is the fact that both of his Test tons have come outside Asia - a region where sub-continent cricketers are generally expected to prevail. His masterful innings on the second day has now made him the only Indian wicket-keeper to score a hundred in three of the four SENA (South Africa-England-New Zealand-Australia) countries. Owning Batsmen With Quirky Jibes AP Pant might consider Dhoni as his role model, but the young and rising cricketer has his own way of going about things. While Dhoni never really believed in indulging the opposition batsmen in banters, Pant doesn't shy away from firing verbal volleys. During the Adelaide Test, Pant sparked a laugh riot on the social media after his hilarious jibes were caught on the stump mic. On the second day's play, Pant was caught on the stump-mic saying, "Not everyone is Pujara here, lads," to disrupt the concentration of Australian batsmen, notably Usman Khawaja. And, on the final day, the Indian wicket-keeper was once again in the middle of a hilarious conversation with tail-ender Pat Cummins. 'Let's see some sixes, come on Patty!' The highlight of the first Test: @RishabPant777's vocals behind the stumps https://t.co/LtFNtpZKQs #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/RTjB33qsnv — Telegraph Sport (@telegraph_sport) December 10, 2018 Pant was caught on the stump-mic provoking Cummins to hit a six and saying that it's not easy to survive on the crease. "Let's see some sixes, come on Patty," Pant was heard saying to the Oz batsman. Pant was dishing out revenge for Cummins, who earlier had a few words to say to the Indian wicket-keeper when he was batting in the middle in the first innings. Babysitting Opposing Captain's Kids Instagram Establishing his reputation as a chirpy character, Pant was given a taste of his own medicine in the second innings of the Melbourne Test. Aussie captain Tim Paine minced no words when the Indian wicket-keeper came to bat. "Tell you what big MS is back in the one-day squad. Should get this bloke down to Hurricanes...They need a batter. Fancy that extend you Aussie holiday, beautiful town Hobart too...get him a waterfront apartment. Have him over for dinner. Do you babysit? I can take my wife to the movies while you watch the kids," Paine was caught saying on the stump-mic. Now, we have generally seen cricketers replying to such banters on the field. But, Pant is no ordinary cricketer. Thus, taking his harmless banter a notch up, the Delhi cricketer got himself clicked in the company of Paine's wife Bonnie while holding one of their two kids in his arms. And, when Bonnie shared the picture with the caption 'Best babysitter' on the social media, cricket fans across the globe hailed the Indian youngster for his sporting attitude. Great stuff here from Tim Paine on the new family babysitter and the banter out in the middle! #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/faCM6EQHLT — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 2, 2019 Reacting to Pant's viral photo with his family, Paine was also all praise for the Indian wicket-keeper. “Yeah, that was interesting. We were at the PM's house yesterday. Just had a quick chat to Rishabh. My wife was happened to be there so we just grabbed a quick photo. He was a good sport and he is on the field, to be honest,” Paine said. Getting His Own Song AP For someone who broke records, left a big smile on the faces of opposition batsmen with his hilarious banters and won over fans with his sweet gesture off the field, Pant had everything a cricketer would kill for from a Test series. So, what else could he have asked for? Well, a song should suffice. The 'Bharat Army', an independent group of Indian cricket fans, bestowed a unique honour on the 21-year-old by coining a special song for him. "We've got Pant. Rishabh Pant. I just don't think you'll understand. He'll hit you for a six. He'll babysit your kids. We've got Rishabh Pant," the Indian fans were heard singing the special Pant song at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). #AUSvIND We've got Pant Rishab Pant I just don't think you'll understand He'll hit you for a six He'll babysit your kids We've got Rishab Pant . . .#BharatArmySongBook @RishabPant777 #BharatArmy #TeamIndia #12thMan #WeveGotPant #COTI ð®ð³ð¶ð¼ pic.twitter.com/ZiXaPWqi6M — The Bharat Army (@thebharatarmy) January 4, 2019 Ever since its release on the social media, the song has turned Pant into a rockstar, garnering all sorts of reactions from the cricket enthusiasts across the globe. It has already garnered 590k views alongside over 7000 retweets and around 24000 likes on Twitter alone. Pant might not stand tall like Chris Gayle; he may lack the hand-eye coordination of Virender Sehwag; he doesn't look like a power-hitter when compared with someone like Adam Gilchrist, but this Indian youngster still packs a punch whenever he steps out on the field. And, at just 21, while Pant might still be learning the tools of the trade, he has arguably established himself as the one to watch out for in the new generation of Indian cricketers.
  6. <p>When you know it's an Anees Bazmee movie, you automatically expect a few things. Of all things, there has to be a case of mistaken identity, one person helping the hero to get his girl, lots of confusion, loud music, and lastly, at least one wedding. Except for this time, you also have a twin brother situation.</p> <p>The story is simple; Kartar Singh (Anil Kapoor) has got the responsibility of raising his two orphaned nephews. He gives one of his nephew Charan (Arjun Kapoor) to his brother (Pavan Malhotra) in Punjab, while gives Karan to his sister (Ratna Pathak Shah) in London. The problem starts when they meet, which ultimately leads to all the confusion. </p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="'Mubarakan' Review" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/mubarakan-review-740x400-3-1501247648.jpg" alt="'Mubarakan' Review" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/mubarakan-review-740x400-3-1501247648.jpg" />© Sony Pictures</p> <p>This film looks like a fun sponsored trip for the whole cast by director Anees Bazmee. But the real question is: did the cast do justice to that fun element? Except Anil Kapoor, there is no one in the film who looks enthusiastic and entertaining. His energy is infectious and you love him in every frame. Putting it simply, one Anil Kapoor is enough to entertain you fully than the whole cast put together.</p> <iframe title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="1" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/ClFopanltmg"></iframe> <p>Other than Anil, it is Pavan Malhotra who keeps yelling throughout the film but you still end up liking him. He is actually good at this gimmick. Ratna Pathak Shah is amazing to watch and you enjoy her performance as well.</p> <p>But other than that, the entire cast seems disinterested, just making screen presence for sake of the script. The whole cast tries their best to keep up with the twists and turns but fail miserably, leaving you frustrated at many points. After watching the film I just wonder who thought that making a film about twins whose identity got mixed was a good idea? And even if you did, why would you make it a 156 minutes film? Do you realise how stressful it might be to a viewer?</p> <p class="articleimg"><img id="ed-img" class="art-lazy imwidth-full" title="'Mubarakan' Review" src="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/mubarakan-review-740x400-2-1501247682.jpg" alt="'Mubarakan' Review" data-original="http://media.new.mensxp.com/media/content/2017/Jul/mubarakan-review-740x400-2-1501247682.jpg" />© Sony Pictures</p> <p>Arjun Kapoor plays a double role in the film and is so terrible that you got to say that he is the living example of nepotism. Neither Charan nor Karan make you laugh even once. But watching him on screen definitely increases your tolerance level. So half a star for that, Arjun!</p> <p>Ileana fits her role and does a good job, while not the same can be said about Athiya Shetty. The girl totally needs to work on her acting!</p> <p>Unlike 'Welcome' and 'No Entry', 'Mubarakan' fails to tickle your funnybone. This film is nowhere close to those films that the audience loved and enjoyed.</p> <p>Well, watch this film wholly and solely for Anil Kapoor.</p> <iframe title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="1" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/aYXNMaBQrwU"></iframe>
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