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  1. This weekend, movie-goers seem to be in for a treat as Sidharth Malhotra and Riteish Deshmukh's Marjaavaan has been garnering positive response from the audience who have watched the movie. When the trailer was released, many people didn't like it, but seems like the movie has left the junta impressed. © T-Series Many viewers are calling it one of the Sidharth's finest works who hasn't lived up to audience's sky-high expectations. Well, it seems like Marjaavaan is breaking the jinx. Riteish Deshmukh has been appreciated for his performance too. He plays a dwarf in this romantic-revenge drama. This is his second film after Ek Villain, where the actor is in a negative role. © T-Series People are also calling it a brilliant story that has emotions and director Milap Zaveri has just blended everything in perfectly. Check out the reactions below: Just finished watching #Marjaavaan and it's a massive masaledaar masterpiece!! Hats of @zmilap what a wonderful writing manâ¤ï¸ theater was blowing whistles ð @SidMalhotra is back in form after Ek villain!! What a powerhouse role! @Riteishd sir you are fabulous like villain role!! — Madhav Wadhwa (@MadhavWadhwa9) November 15, 2019 Omg... What a fantastic movie i had watched... #Marjaavaan.. Its really amazing movie... @SidMalhotra bro you killed it.. One of the best movie of your carrier... Superbb acting by @Riteishd sir " kaminepan ki height 3 foot"mind bowgling sir.. All the best ð¥ S-U-P-E-R-H-I-T 𥠗 â¡ ADITYA - SRIVASTAV ð¥ (@AdityaS01077128) November 15, 2019 Now time to #MarjaavaanReview ; Just watched #Marjaavaan , One of the finest emotional love story.@SidMalhotra given his great performance!@Riteishd is Awesome!@TaraSutaria given best performance till date!@Rakulpreet is amazing!@zmilap's direction is Superbb Rating- 4*/5* pic.twitter.com/3FqfNw4bTv — Samantha Akkineni â¡ (@Khushal_Offl) November 15, 2019 Just watched #Marjaavaan and boy, it was mass written all over. It's something that we avid movie love. So we have to appreciate it! Second half is extremely good. @Riteishd fantastic villain sir! @TaraSutaria, Sid were good but @zmilap dialogues were faadu𥠗 Likith Prabhu (@likith_prabhu9) November 15, 2019 #Marjaavaan Watta Movie. A Full On Masala Entertainer with #Seetimaar dialogues, Very Good Music, Action & Emotions. Complet Masala Entertainer @SidMalhotra @Riteishd @TaraSutaria & @Rakulpreet ð¥ð¥ð¥@zmilap delivers again. ðð Rating -- ððâ­â­#MarjaavaanReview — ð¬ ÖɦÇɨȶÇÇÕ¼ ÓÇ ÖÇÇÊÇ (@Masoom_Kaminaa) November 15, 2019 In an interview, while talking about the movie, Sid said, “At its core, it's a love story that's unique and is filled with action, drama and emotions. In the trailer, you see two lovers and how one takes the life of the other. It's an unfortunate love story. But you have to watch the movie to find out why.” Going by the reactions on Twitter, we certainly want to go for it this weekend. And, for the uninitiated, here's the trailer of the movie : Are you planning to see the movie on the big screens over the weekend? Do let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  2. If you would ask me what I would like to do for the rest of my life, I would always answer with one word: Eat! via GIPHY If there is anything in the world that I love unconditionally, it is food. Is there anything better than eating your favourite food? Digging into that freshly prepared chicken curry, finished with some chopped coriander, or having your fingers turn yellow after eating that delightful fish curry? via GIPHY Or having a heavenly helping of dal with steamed rice? Or biting into the piece of that decadently gorgeous chocolate cake? via GIPHY Or a spoonful of that Biryani? via GIPHY Who can resist the smell of freshly fried garlic or not get enchanted by the sound of sizzling onions? (The answer is always a resounding “NO”) I mean, can there be any love more sincere than the love for food? If there has to be a unanimous entity for bringing people together, I don't think that can be accomplished by anything other than food. Food has an intrinsic quality, an all-pervasive nature: it serves as a mirror to culture, a part of the tradition, a bond for communities, an allegory for desires, an expression of love. I have hardly come across another entity as ubiquitous as food, its inherent diversity; how its excess can cause you discomfort and so can its dearth. How it trickles down to the most downtrodden parts of society but is also adulated in haute living. How it can be sensual, ignite passions, add spice to your life, and in turn, can also be a proponent of disgust or the start of a grotesque fiasco. Another facet which accompanies food and is crucial is its presentation, its ocular appeal. And as humans, who are visual by nature, our gastronomical desires are magnified tenfold when we see food on the big screen. via GIPHY Remember that Chocolate Cake from the movie “Matilda”? via GIPHY Film and food share a relationship of yore; movies celebrating food are shot gorgeously, are aesthetically pleasing while they tell stories of people like us, and how food influences us all. In these films, food drives the story forward, changes the protagonist's life. Movies also incorporate sound, which is an important aspect of food: be it cutting into it or its preparation, the clanging of utensils, the sizzle of a pan. Essentially, these movies provide the union of two of the senses: visual and aural, which is always an amazing combination. So, here are 16 delectably scrumptious movies that quite literally serve a piece of life (and make you raid your fridge in the middle of the night): 1. Julie and Julia (2009): Stuck in the rut of her bureaucratic dead-end job (Hello there!), Julie Powell decides (Amy Adams) to take on a project to relieve herself from the boredom of her uneventful life. The project: Cooking her way through Julia Child's enormous cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, in 365 days and blogging about it. Little does she know that this little venture of hers will change her life forever. Two stories, two women, bound by their mutual love for food. © Columbia Pictures Starring Amy Adams as Julie Powell and Meryl Streep as the famous, celebrated cook, Julia Child, the movie explores the lives of the two women parallelly in two different eras: Julie, in 2002, as she starts her blog and cooks up all the 524 recipes, and Julia, in 1949, as she moves to Paris and finds her calling as a chef and collaborates on the now-famous cookbook which made her into a culinary icon. © Columbia Pictures Julie and Julia, directed by Nora Ephron, is one of the most heartwarming movies which celebrate food and its importance in life. It drives home the fact that inspiration can come in any form, you just need to believe in yourself. (If you wish, you can read my review on the movie here: USP: The food! The gorgeous, divine, decadent food! Especially the “Butter Monologue” and the “Boeuf Bourguignon”. via GIPHY via GIPHY Meryl Streep as Julia Child is a phenomenon; not only is the resemblance uncanny, she impersonates Julia Child's idiosyncrasies to the T, be it the trademark, out-of-breath, slightly tipsy voice or the quirky mannerisms. via GIPHY via GIPHY “Bon Appetit!” via GIPHY 2. Chef (2014): When Carl (Jon Favreau), a renowned chef of a famous restaurant in California decides to be more creative with his recipes, he is met with resistance from the restaurant owner, Riva (Dustin Hoffman). To make matters worse, he gets into a public altercation with a prestigious food critic, Ramsey Michel, after the latter writes a distasteful review of his food. © Aldamisa Entertainment Heartbroken, he quits the job and embarks on a journey of self-discovery through food; food that he actually loves and that fulfils his creative aspirations. Eventually, he opens a food truck while trying to mend his frail relationship with his estranged son, Percy (Emjay Anthony). Will he be successful? USP: The food scenes are aesthetically attractive, kudos to cinematographer Kramer Morgenthau. via GIPHY Jon Favreau's directorial prowess and love for food is apparent in the movie. via GIPHY 3. The Lunchbox (2012): In an attempt to add some zing into her unromantic marriage, Ila (Nimrit Kaur) turns to the most trusted entity of all: food. And in her quest to quite literally spice up her love life, she decides to send her inattentive husband, Rajiv, a lunch every day with the help of ever-dependable dabbawallas in Mumbai. But by a curious twist of fate, the dabba prepared for her husband lands on the table of Saajan Fernandes (Irfan Khan), an aged, lonely widower who works as an accountant. © UTV Motion Pictures Upon realizing her mistake, she sends in a letter with her next lunchbox elaborating on the predicament, which starts a correspondence that soon turns into a beautiful friendship, guided by letters and an erroneously delivered lunchbox containing delicious food. © UTV Motion Pictures USP: The movie encapsulates the beauty of human relations: how we can forge connections with people we have never met yet can completely relate to and understand. And it helps even more when food is involved in the equation! via GIPHY Again, the food! Especially, the Paneer Kofta which Ila makes as a thank you gesture. :D via GIPHY The superb performances by Irfan and Nimrit tug at your heart. And not to forget, Deshpande Auntie (who is not seen but only heard)! 4. Chocolat (2000): When free-spirited, single mother Vianne Rocher (Juliette Binoche) arrives in a quaint, quiet village in France with her daughter Anouk, her unconventional ways earn her the ire of the village folk, especially the staunchly conservative mayor, Comte de Reynaud. © Miramax Films Vianne, an expert chocolatier, opens up a small chocolate shop in the village, much to the displeasure of Reynaud who vehemently opposes her, publicly accusing her of bringing temptation into the lives of the people, especially during Lent. via GIPHY As the story progresses, Vianne's eponymous temptation, the aforementioned chocolate, brings about a change in the village and its inhabitants in varied ways. The plot thickens when Vianne's own desire comes in the form of Roux, a gypsy who wants more than her chocolate. via GIPHY USP: The chocolate! Duh! :P via GIPHY 5. Like Water for Chocolate (1992): A passionate Mexican movie, directed by Alfonso Arau and based on Laura Esquivel's novel, showcasing how food affects life, and how our emotions influence not only the food we cook but also the people we serve it to. With themes of magic realism, the movie focuses on the illicit relationship between Tita (Lumi Cavazos) and Pedro (Marco Leonardi). © Miramax Why illicit? Because as per family tradition, Tita, being the youngest of three daughters cannot marry and needs to live her life as a help to the other members, especially her mother, Mama Elena (Regina Torné). Resigned to her fate, Tita learns cooking under the tutelage of the chef, Nacha (Ada Carrasco), who teaches her the relationship between food and life. © Miramax Heartbreakingly, when Pedro comes to express his love for Tita, he is betrothed to her sister, Rosaura (Yareli Arizmendi), in exchange as the tradition still stands. As her affair with Pedro intensifies, her feelings start to seep into the food she cooks, eventually becoming an outlet for her emotions, but also inadvertently manifesting itself the behaviour of the people around her. via GIPHY USP: There are two scenes: As she prepares the cake for Pedro's wedding, Tita weeps, and her tears fall into the batter which leads to an eventful dinner reception. When she uses roses gifted by Pedro to make a quail dinner with rose petal sauce, it leads to her family feeling inexorable carnal desire. via GIPHY 6. The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989): Michael Gambon (Yes, Dumbledore!) stars in this vogueish black comedy/ crime drama as Alberta Spica (The Thief), an uncouth and repulsive gangster who, along with his band of thugs, has taken over the French restaurant “Le Hollandais” but calls himself an urbane gourmet. © Palace Pictures He terrorizes everyone in the restaurant, but the brunt of the terror is unleashed most on his sophisticated wife, Georgina (Helen Mirren/The Wife) and the head chef, Richard Borst (Richard Bohringer/The Cook) who despises Alberta but is unable to do anything about it. Drama ensues when Georgina finds herself lusting for a regular customer, Michael (The Lover/Alan Howard), who is a bookshop owner and reads while he eats. As her affair progresses, Alberta finds out and then makes life hell for the staff which helps Georgina with her lover. USP: The performances by the lead cast. The film uses food as an allegory for the voyeuristic attitude of Alberta and his pretentiousness. His supposed gourmet personality is a far cry from his real one, which he tries to hide like spices are used to mask uncooked food. Warning: You need a strong stomach for this! :P 7. I Am Love (2009): In this Italian film, Tilda Swinton stars as Emma, the Russian-born daughter-in-law of a wealthy, Milanese family, the Recchi's, who is trying to find herself, away from the glittery, Haute living her family expects her to lead. © Mikado Film As she ruminates over her predicament during a lavish family dinner, help comes in the form of young Antonio Bisceglia (Edoardo Gabbriellini), a celebrated chef who incites her dormant passion with the aid of food. Matters worsen when her son Edoardo Jr. clashes with the family regarding the set path for him as Emma finds herself drawn to Antonio. © Mikado Film USP: Tilda Swinton and the prawns. via GIPHY 8. Ratatouille (2007): What can I say about this delightful movie? Not only is it one of the best animated movies to have ever been made, but it also features delicious food! The wonderful comedy revolves around a rat, with a highly developed sense of smell and taste named Remy (Patton Oswalt) who aspires to become a chef. As luck would have it, he ends up in the kitchen of the restaurant of his recently deceased idol, chef Auguste Gusteau's (Brad Garett). © Walt Disney Pictures Once there, he manages to strike up a friendship with the garbage boy, Alfredo Linguini (Lou Romano), helping him and guiding him in creating dishes and earn the appreciation of the new owner, Chef Skinner (Ian Holm). via GIPHY But soon, a secret is revealed that changes the course of the movie. Friendship, love, and food in one neat package! USP: The entire Anton Ego (the irascible food critic portrayed by Brad Bird) sequence and the ratatouille dish, confit byaldi! via GIPHY Never have I seen such a beautiful rendition of food in mainstream animated movies! (Not counting the stunning food shown in Anime :P) via GIPHY 9. Burnt (2015): Starring Bradley Cooper as a drug-addled former executive chef Adam Jones, the story revolves around his quest to put his life back on track and earn a third Michelin Star. © Shiny Penny Productions Adam is a brilliant but mercurial chef whose creativity is marred by his drug habit and unstable temper, which destroys his mentor's restaurant in Paris along with Adam's credibility. Adam realizes his self-destructive streak and goes on a self-imposed exile to New Orleans to gain perspective. He travels to London to pursue his dream of the Michelin Star, under the banner of his restaurateur friend, who grudgingly allows him to become a chef in his hotel. © Shiny Penny Productions His luck seemingly changes until ghosts from his past and his own mental stability conspire to take him down. USP: The food porn! via GIPHY 10. Big Night (1996): In this dramedy, two Italian brothers, Primo and Secondo, put out all strings for the 'Big Night' that will catapult their sinking authentic Italian restaurant, Paradise, to dizzying heights. © Timpano Production Primo, the perfectionist of the two, is annoyed and frustrated by the Americanized version of authentic Italian dishes, which he refuses to serve to customers, insisting on cooking only the true version, leading to him losing customers by the score. Secondo, the businessman of the duo, is more concerned with the running of the place and keeping it afloat than to retain cultural heritage. © Timpano Production With nowhere else to go, they try to strike out a deal with their nemesis, Pascal who owns a successful restaurant, who refuses to give them a loan. But, in an unlikely liberal gesture offers them to treat Louis Prima, a renowned American-Italian singer, to a meal at their restaurant who can change their fortune. Will they be successful? USP: The crowning glory has to be the timpano! via GIPHY Tony Shalhoub as Primo and Stanley Tucci as Secondo are delightful in their roles; the best part of the movie is any scene they are together! 11. 'The Trip' Trilogy (2010/2014/2017-): This BBC series which was made into a feature film stars Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as themselves on a gastronomical journey through Northern England (in the first movie/series) commissioned by the Observer; their job is to visit different restaurants, try their food and review it. © BBC Worldwide When Steve's girlfriend refuses to go with him on the trip, he invites his frenemy, fellow actor/comedian Rob Brydon to accompany him on the journey. As they travel through England, locking horns with each other on everything. Guided by their egos, trying to outwit each other, while being clueless about fine dining, their animosity dissolves into a camaraderie which is fun to watch. © BBC Worldwide Be it their fight over who can do a better Michael Caine impression or which syllable should be pronounced first in kumquat, Rob and Steve meander across beautiful locales, eating decadent, delicious food. via GIPHY And it isn't over in England! They return to wander across Italy in the sequel with renewed vows to upstage each other. And if that wasn't enough, they are back to eat more and traipse around in broken Spanish in the next sequel, The Trip to Spain! © BBC Worldwide One of the best road trip movies ever! via GIPHY USP: The nearly pornographic shots of the food: The buttery scallops frying in the pan! Absolute bliss! The cheesy pasta in “The Trip to Italy”; divine! Not to forget, the Michael Caine impersonation by Rob Brydon is spot on! Rob and Steve' bromance, their will-they won't-they chemistry, their asinine fights, has to be one of the most hilarious parts of the movie, cementing them into iconic duo status. 12. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971): One of the most adored children's books of all time, 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory', was adapted to screen in 1973 in a movie written by Roald Dahl (who later disowned it), with Gene Wilder playing Willy Wonka in a now-iconic role. © Paramount Pictures © Paramount Pictures And who can forget the Oompa Loompas? via GIPHY The story focuses on Charlie Bucket, a poor boy who finds himself the winner of a Golden Ticket giving him access to Willy Wonka's bizarre and unconventional Chocolate Factory along with four other children (and his whiner of a grandfather). via GIPHY The children, each with their unique personalities, are promised a lifetime supply of chocolate at the end of the trip. via GIPHY But will it be as easy as it looks? via GIPHY USP: Willy Wonka's legendary forward roll! via GIPHY The Chocolate Room: All you can eat candy! :D via GIPHY via GIPHY Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka is perfect, and no one has come close to his sweetly comical yet maniacal (and terrifying) portrayal of one of Roald Dahl's most notorious characters. © Paramount Pictures 13. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005): While both iterations of this children's book capture the quirky Willy Wonka and Charlie's adventures inside the Chocolate factory superbly, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is truer to the novel than its predecessor. © Warner Bros. Pictures Starring Johnny Depp as Willy Wonka, this movie has superior special/visual effects and a more whimsical setting, typical of Tim Burton's movies. © Warner Bros. Pictures The movie stands out in terms of character development, giving a backstory to Willy Wonka which serves a reason for his eccentric personality, something which wasn't quite clear in the 1971 movie. via GIPHY USP: The chocolate river! It truly looks edible (also because it is faux melted chocolate) and is much better than the 1971's dull version. It is visually more appealing. via GIPHY The squirrels breaking the nuts always cracks me up! Johnny Depp's portrayal of Willy Wonka is superb; wacky and quirky (but still not close to Gene Wilder), with just a touch of authenticity. via GIPHY 14. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009): Eccentric wannabe scientist Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader) is always working on a new project: spray-on shoes, hair un-balding serum, a monkey thought translator. But unfortunately for him, all his endeavours result in failure. via GIPHY When his new project, a machine that converts water into food, the FLDSMDFR, fails and inadvertently gets launched into space while wreaking havoc on the town, Flint decides to hang up his shoes. © Sony Pictures Animation As he miserably walks around as the social pariah, his machine makes a comeback in style: it starts raining cheeseburgers all over town. via GIPHY Flint then uses a communicator to let the machine cater to the epicurean needs of the residents of Chewandswallow. Overjoyed, the town people keep making requests until their greed and gluttony sets in. via GIPHY As a catastrophe seems to be imminent, Clint sets off with his new friends, Sam Sparks (Anna Farris), Officer Devereaux (Mr. T), Brent (Andy Samberg), Manny (Benjamin Bratt), and his BFF Steve the Monkey (Neil Patrick Harris), to end it. USP: The food storm! All the spaghetti and the meatballs, and the ICECREAM! Flint's father, Tim (James Caan), is the absolute best! via GIPHY 15. Eat Drink Man Woman (1994): In this Taiwanese comedy-drama, Mr Chu (Sihung Lung) is a widowed Chinese master chef with three unmarried daughters, who cooks up a dinner feast every Sunday for his daughters as a tradition. © The Samuel Goldwyn Company His independent daughters, with their ideas of the modern world and diverse dispositions, clash with their traditionalist father over the dinner table. © The Samuel Goldwyn Company As the struggle over the superiority of values continues, with generation gap running rampant, the daughters and Mr Chu realize that perhaps traditions and new ideas can mix well, just like food with unconventional ingredients. via GIPHY Directed by Ang Lee, the movie has a quiet grace about itself, its wisdom percolating in the viewer's mind through the brilliant story. USP: The food throughout the movie, especially the opening sequence. Mr Chu's passion for food and his dexterity in his craft is apparent in the scenes. via GIPHY The beautiful, intricate dumplings! via GIPHY 16. Waitress (2007): Keri Russell stars as Jenna, a down-on-her-luck waitress who creates ingenious pies with uncommon names. Stuck in an unhappy marriage, Jenna's world is further complicated when she finds out that she is pregnant with her abusive husband's child. © Fox Searchlight Pictures As Jenna struggles with the new revelation, her only comfort being the therapeutic pie making she indulges in, respite comes in the form of a pie baking contest with a $25,000 prize which can be the key to her happiness and freedom. © Fox Searchlight Pictures As she gears up for the competition, luck seems to have a different plan for her. via GIPHY USP: The pies and their creative names: The Strawberry Chocolate Oasis Pie, Baby Screaming Its Head Off In The Middle Of The Night And Ruining My Life Pie, Kick In The Pants Pie. via GIPHY As decadent as they sound! :P via GIPHY So, what are you waiting for? Watch these now! Let the foodie in you reign supreme! via GIPHY P.S.: Don't watch these on an empty stomach. :P
  3. For most men, the contents of their underwear drawer don't hold as much importance as the clothes occupying the rest of their wardrobe. In reality, your innerwear is the unsung hero of every stylish outfit you've ever worn, and we're here to tell you that it deserves a lot more care and attention! After all, it acts as a crucial layer under your clothing, preventing your fancy clothes from being ruined by sweat, all the while keeping your nether regions cool. With that in mind, we've compiled the following list of innerwear for men who value their comfort as much as they prioritise their style. Here's Why Investing In Quality Men's Innerwear Is A Fashion No-Brainer 1. Saxx Men's Ultra Boxer Briefs © Amazon Combining the best features of boxers and briefs, boxer briefs are a recent but well-received addition to the world of innerwear for men, and this stylish multicoloured variant from Saxx showcases exactly why that's the case. Its ergonomic design, patented front support pouch, and internal mesh panels offer unmatched comfort and breathability. Flatlock seaming ensures that they feel smooth against your skin, preventing irritation and chafing, while moisture-wicking technology keeps you dry and comfortable all day long. Fabric Composition: 95% Viscose, 5% Spandex MRP: Rs. 7,728 Buy It Here 2. US Polo Association Men's Printed Boxers © Amazon Boxers are the clothing of choice when you plan to laze around at home, and this pair lets you do just that in grand style! While the rich red colour and the subtle checkered print elevate your style game, the pockets (located conveniently at the sides) offer some much-needed storage space. The pure cotton fabric lends it an extremely soft texture, which enhances your comfort as well. Fabric Composition: Pure combed cotton MRP: Rs. 649 Buy It Here 3. Van Heusen Men's Stretch Muscle Tee © Amazon So you've put in the hard yards at the gym, achieved the physique of your dreams, and want to show it off? This stretch muscle tee, part of the Van Heusen innerwear range, is the ideal garment to help you do that. Its soft, quick drying fabric offers great comfort, also drawing perspiration away from the skin to keep you cool and dry. Its shape retention feature increases its longevity, which also makes it a stylish part of your workout attire for a long time to come. Fabric Composition: Cotton & Elastane MRP: Rs. 439 Buy It Here 4. Under Armour Men's Charged Cotton Stretch 6” Boxerjock (3-Pack) © Amazon The wide variety of quality products has helped Under Armour become one of the premier innerwear brands in India (as well as across the world) when it comes to workout gear. As such, this 3-pack would make for an indispensable part of your gym attire. Why, you ask? Well, the lightweight HeatGear® fabric offers superb performance besides quickly wicking moisture away. Its 4-way stretch construction helps it move better in every direction, making your stretches effortless. When you're done working out, its anti-odour technology prevents the growth of odour-causing microbes, so you don't have to worry about smelling bad either! Fabric Composition: 90% Polyester, 10% Elastane MRP: Rs. 7,365 Buy It Here 5. Tommy John Second Skin Stay-Tucked Undershirt © Tommy John When it comes to innerwear for men, an undershirt is one of the most useful garments you can own. This variant from Tommy John lives up to its name by conforming to your body like a second skin, without being restrictive. The highlight is its patented Stay-Tucked design that stays tucked, dry, and hidden all day long. The long, tapered design eliminates excess material hanging loose underneath your shirt, while the enhanced stretch and recovery ensures that it never loses its shape. 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  4. Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt's first movie of 2019 'Gully Boy' is less than 24 hours away before it hits the screens all across India. The buzz and excitement around 'Gully Boy' continues to soar high, as even the cast and crew has now joined hands to ensure that little snippets and inside scoop about the film keeps the fervour alive. View this post on Instagram #Azadi out now! Link in bio. @ritesh_sid @zoieakhtar @faroutakhtar @tigerbabyindia @aliaabhatt @dubsharma @vivianakadivine @itsvijayvarma @siddhantchaturvedi @kalkikanmani @zeemusiccompany A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on Feb 11, 2019 at 3:32am PST Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt were recently seen at the Berlin International Film Festival for the film's premiere, where the movie received marvellous response from the audience. Closer home, Zoya Akhtar also hosted a special screening of 'Gully Boy' for the who's who of Bollywood, and even the B-town celebrities cannot stop gushing about the film and the actors' performances. Thank you, Berlin! ð©ðª #gullyboy #berlinale pic.twitter.com/4S3VYROnMK — Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) February 10, 2019 Numerous tweets followed the said screening where praises for the Zoya Akhtar directorial 'Gully Boy' kept pouring in. and not just Indian celebrities but international film celebrities have also been left in awe of the film. 'Fast and Furious' star Michelle Rodriguez called the film “beautiful” and stated that it reminded her of the rap culture that broke out in New York and the Caribbean. I remember when rap broke out of New York & made it to the Caribbean, my Brooklynn born bros would breakdance on cardboard boxes in Dominican Republic, America had no clue how impactful this platform was going to be for the underdog worldwide. Beautifulð¼ https://t.co/TRjC9ag9X4 — Michelle Rodriguez (@MRodOfficial) February 11, 2019 That's not all, well known Canadian film critic Cameron Bailey also tweeted claiming that the cheers for 'Gully Boy' were the biggest he has heard in 20+ years in Berlinale. Watched the GULLY BOY world premiere tonight in a packed house with @RanveerOfficial, @aliaa08 & @ZoyaAkhtarOff present. Biggest cheers I've heard in 20+ years at the Berlinale. pic.twitter.com/Lk8OUoA663 — Cameron Bailey (@cameron_tiff) February 10, 2019 Indian celebrities too have praised the film unabashedly, calling it one of Ranveer's most spectacular performances yet. Few more words on #GullyBoy. @RanveerOfficial finest work yet. Contained yet free, nuanced yet explosive. @aliaa08 A brilliant, achingly true performance, your heart breaks. The rest of the cast were perfectly pitched. Take a bow @jayoza : brilliant camerawork in a complex film. — Rahul Bose (@RahulBose1) February 12, 2019 #GullyBoy is a cinematic masterpiece#ZoyaAkhtar is in my book the best director in the country right now The film is a technical and emotional triumph Have no words to describe the brilliance of @RanveerOfficial n @aliaa08 This is 1 of the 10 best Hindi films that I've seen — atul kasbekar (@atulkasbekar) February 12, 2019 Just watched #gullyboy !! @ZoyaAkhtarOff take a bow!!! Each scene is magic unfurling!! Each actor, parexcellence!!! Thankyou n best wishes for this gem! — Divya Dutta (@divyadutta25) February 11, 2019 GULLY BOY !!! GULLY BOY !!! GULLY BOY !! What a masterpiece !! @ZoyaAkhtarOff it can be ONLY YOU ONLY YOU ONLY YOU !! @RanveerOfficial it can be ONLY YOU ONLY YOU ONLY YOU !!! Bllllllllownnnnnn away !! pic.twitter.com/a8NkAtNKbj — Shankar Mahadevan (@Shankar_Live) February 11, 2019 The #GullyBoy fan club! #ZoyaAkhtar you're a genius! How do you out do yourself each time? Every performance, every scene, the music, the camera work, the writing â¤ï¸ @RanveerOfficial so contained yet so explosive. This one is undoubtedly your best. @aliaa08 fabulous as ever! pic.twitter.com/WQL9StltyU — Saiyami Kher (@SaiyamiKher) February 12, 2019 'Gully Boy' is one of this year's most anticipated movies which is inspired by the life story and achievements of rappers Divine and Naezy. Director Zoya Akhtar decided to make a movie on the lives of such upcoming hip-hop singers and rappers in Mumbai, and that's how 'Gully Boy' came into being.
  5. 'Tumbadd' is a fantasy horror movie that hit the theatres today and is already garnering a lot of praises. The movie is directed by Anand Gandhi and the plot revolves around three generations of a Brahmin family, who build a temple and are obsessed with finding some ancestral treasure. The social media is convinced that this is the finest Indian horror movie out there. Bollywood can make it and superbly too.. Go watch.. Be wowed by the extravaganza #Tumbbad. Eros Now, Aanand L Rai take a bow.. Unbelievable and awesome. A 1920s historical period horror and I mean well made horror of horrors. Directed by Rahi Anil Barve (hats off) MUST WATCH... pic.twitter.com/C8IU9iCxjZ — HIRAMEHTA (@HIRAMEHTA3) October 8, 2018 Take a bow, @s0humshah ððð Full marks to.your efforts in realizing your dream of #Tumbbad Indian cinema and we, the audience, are the better for it pic.twitter.com/6SLklbowdm — Russel Olaf D'Silva (@Russel_Olaf) October 11, 2018 Is this India's answer to 'The Babadook' ? Maybe it's even better? #Tumbad belongs to the same breed of modern horror as The VVitch, Hereditary and Babadook - in ambition, craft and inviting you to read beyond what's present. This is Indian horror maturing. @s0humshah @sohumshahfilms @MumbaiFilmFest @colouryellowltd — Rahul Jain (@psycho_rj) October 10, 2018 Experience new kind of horror in Hindi cinema with superb performances, Music and cinematography! One more must watch of the month! #Tumbbad @aanandlrai @cypplOfficial @ErosNow @AjayAtulOnline @s0humshah #Tumbbad â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ — Ashish Mishra (@Mashish1303) October 12, 2018 #Tumbbad has been watched and its has been one of the most visually stunning and genre flexible film i hv seen in recent times...A first for Indian Cinema in my limited knowledge. This Friday get greedy for this experience :) @s0humshah @rahianil @jkd18 — Avinash Tiwary (@avinashtiw85) October 12, 2018 Still looking for a reason to watch it? Just when I was pretty sure that I have seen everything that a 'Horror" genre film can show, comes a film like #Tumbbad. Amazing story with awesome twists & turns. Superb production - the kinds that Indian Cinema... https://t.co/Zdd4Ee76b5 — Amit Suri (@irustima) October 12, 2018 Just saw #Tumbbad. What a film!!! Superb direction and story-telling by #RahiAnilBarve. Brilliant visuals, art direction, background music. A unique Hindi film which should be seen by people who are looking for something 'different'. Definitely worth watching ðð½ðð½ðð½ðð½ — Jaaved Jaaferi (@jaavedjaaferi) October 11, 2018 The movie hasn't been over-hyped with publicity and has no big names attached to it, but these mini-reviews are proof that a good project only needs pure talent. Go sort your weekend calendar now!
  6. If the group stage saw some of the most gruelling clashes leading to surprising results, the Round of 16 in the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia couldn't have begun any better than the gripping 4-3 spectacle between France and Argentina. And, what followed later in the other fixtures, undoubtedly elevated the levels of excitement amongst the viewers. A 2-1 Uruguay win over Portugal was followed by two closely-fought encounters that were eventually decided on penalties. On one hand, where Russia pulled off a memorable heist against Spain, who were sent packing on penalties, Croatia survived a Danish scare to progress to the quarterfinals. After holding the Croats to a 1-1 draw in playing time, Denmark suffered a heartbreak as they lost 3-2 on penalties. The Scandinavians, who opened the scoring through Mathias Jorgensen in the opening minute, needed something special from Kasper Schmeichel in front of the goal to upset Croatia on penalties. © Reuters However, despite a heroic performance - saving Luka Modric's penalty in normal time and two more saves in the penalty shootout- the Leicester City custodian couldn't save the day for his side, as his counterpart Danijel Subasic made three saves to seal the game for Croatia. Denmark's brave stand came to a sad end and the feeling in their camp wasn't hard to guess. Overwhelmed by emotions, the Danish stars slumped to the ground as Croatia celebrated their escape to the next round. But, given their performance, the Danes had nothing to be ashamed of - something Peter Schmeichel thoroughly highlighted in his heartfelt message. Lost for words. Can't be more proud of my country, my son, his teammates, all the staff and our fantastic national coach Åge Hareide. When all the tears have dried out we will realise how well we did ð©ð° #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/vhGZQtDyJm — Peter Schmeichel (@Pschmeichel1) July 2, 2018 After celebrating his son's saves from the stands, Peter took to Twitter and wrote a touching message for Kasper and his team after their painful exit from the World Cup. "Lost for words. Can't be more proud of my country, my son, his teammates, all the staff and our fantastic national coach Age Hareide. When all the tears have dried out we will realise how well we did #WorldCup," he tweeted, making every father feel proud. Peter Schmeichel tonight embodying every single football dad ever#WorldCup#CRODAN pic.twitter.com/i5FmZVFKVh — Stef Dicembre (@stefdicembre) July 1, 2018 The Manchester United legend had already taken the social media by storm, after his animated reaction to son Kasper's penalty save that denied Modric a goal during normal time. Incredible performance mate, ððð — Ben Foster (@BenFoster) July 2, 2018 Apart from his father, Kasper also drew plaudits from West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster. "Incredible performance mate," he tweeted.
  7. There is literally no one who isn't smitten by Shah Rukh Khan's charm and aura. Be it his cheeky smile, powerful acting or debonair personality, we totally love this man for giving us films that we can watch over and over again. And as it is his birthday today we can't keep calm. The birthday celebrations begun last night and King Khan had a spectacular time with his family and friends. From Karan Johar, Deepika Padukone, Katrina Kaif, Alia Bhatt, to Katrina Kaif, Sidharth Malhotra, Farah Khan, everyone was spotted heading to SRK's Alibaugh farmhouse, where we are sure it was the party of the year. Looking at KJo's Alibaug diaries, we wish we were part of this star-studded affair. But now that we are not, we are drooling over these amazing pictures. Check the inside photos from King Khan's birthday bash now. These folks clearly know how to party & when it comes to SRK, you know you have to go king size. #King @iamsrk With #Don Producer @ritesh_sid at Alibaug. #HappyBirthdaySRK #SRKBirthdayBash #AlibaugDiaries A post shared by ðHBD WORLD'S BIGGEST MEGASTARð (@addicted_to_srk_) on Nov 1, 2017 at 12:37pm PDT A selfie with the birthday boy is mandatory! #birthdayboy @iamsrk Clicked with @faroutakhtar #AlibaugDiaries #SRKBirthdayBash #HappyBirthdaySRK A post shared by ðHBD WORLD'S BIGGEST MEGASTARð (@addicted_to_srk_) on Nov 1, 2017 at 8:58pm PDT Suhana Khan, Sussanne Khan, Sanjay Kapoor's daughter, Shanaya, and Chunky Panday's daughter, Ananya, all beauties together to make the picture more drool-worthy. You go girls!!!!! #alibaugdiaries A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Nov 1, 2017 at 7:01am PDT Some bonds are forever! Happiest birthday @iamsrk .. for the next 2 mnths at least v r the same ageðLov u ♥ï¸♥ï¸♥ï¸ pic credit:@faroutakhtar #Alibag A post shared by Farah Khan Kunder (@farahkhankunder) on Nov 1, 2017 at 11:30am PDT Picture of the day! Eve of the birthday! @iamsrk #alibaugdiaries A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Nov 1, 2017 at 4:33am PDT Reminding us all about 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan'. one of the kindest most intelligent caring people I know ..... happiest happiest to u , may all the love and care you give to others all come back to u .love you ð A post shared by Katrina Kaif (@katrinakaif) on Nov 1, 2017 at 6:29am PDT Don't they look cute together? New : @iamsrk & @aliaabhatt #AlibaugDiaries #KingKhanAt52 #srkbirthday #srk #shahrukh #shahrukhkhan #kingkhan #bollywood #badshah #king #dwarf #mannat #kkkg #gauri #gaurikhan #AbRam #abramkhan #Suhanakhan #alia #aliabhatt A post shared by Deepak Srkian (@deepaksrkian) on Nov 1, 2017 at 9:14pm PDT Gauri enjoying it to the fullest! #Repost @seemakhan76 with @repostapp ã»ã»ã» #midweekbirthdayshenanigansâ¤ï¸ A post shared by Gauri Khan (@gaurikhan) on Nov 1, 2017 at 6:28am PDT #Repost @seemakhan76 with @repostapp ã»ã»ã» #alibaughdiaries ð A post shared by Gauri Khan (@gaurikhan) on Nov 1, 2017 at 6:26am PDT Picture perfect! #birthdayboy with @ritesh_sid @deepikapadukone @suzkr & friends #AlibaugDiaries #HappyBirthdaySRK #SRKBirthdayBash A post shared by ðHBD WORLD'S BIGGEST MEGASTARð (@addicted_to_srk_) on Nov 1, 2017 at 9:14pm PDT Karan doing what he is best at! Now that's some serious photo-taking skill! ðð¸ @karanjohar - the multifaceted director. ð#alibaugdiaries A post shared by The Style Journal | TSJ (@thestylejournal_) on Nov 1, 2017 at 9:22am PDT Turning 52! #birthdayboyð @iamsrk #alibaugdiaries #happybirthdayshahrukhkhan⤠A post shared by Priya Jadhav (@priya.jadhav.1210) on Nov 1, 2017 at 7:19pm PDT The little one is here to photobomb! Photobombed by Abram! Girls just wanna have fun!!! A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Nov 1, 2017 at 4:36am PDT Gorgeous! Girl zone! #alibaugdiaries @deepikapadukone @aliaabhatt A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Nov 1, 2017 at 6:55am PDT Look who's posing at the birthday bash! Girls interrupted...... photo by @s1dofficial A post shared by Katrina Kaif (@katrinakaif) on Nov 1, 2017 at 5:02am PDT When SRK turned into a photographer for his bestie When I was the one posing instead of @iamsrk ! FYI he can put any photographer out of business! A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Nov 1, 2017 at 5:05am PDT The gang! Love you farah!!!!! Watch out for the most talented photo bombers! A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Nov 1, 2017 at 7:52am PDT 'It isn't everyday that u get ur pic clicked by ace photographer @iamsrk n @aliaabhatt clicks him clicking us @karanjohar #rich #Alibag #birthdayboy,' writes Farah Khan. It isn't everyday that u get ur pic clicked by ace photographer @iamsrk n @aliaabhatt clicks him clicking us @karanjohar #rich #Alibag #birthdayboy A post shared by Farah Khan Kunder (@farahkhankunder) on Nov 1, 2017 at 5:02am PDT More guests on their way! @malaikaarorakhanofficial @chunkypanday @sanjaykapoor2500 #SRKBirthdayBash #AlibaugDiaries #3HoursToGo A post shared by ðHBD WORLD'S BIGGEST MEGASTARð (@addicted_to_srk_) on Nov 1, 2017 at 8:20am PDT Sigh! So this is what dying with envy feels like! @deepikapadukone @karanjohar #alibaug #srk #birthday #celebrity #celebration #party #afterparty #fun #photography #friends #gorgeous #beautiful #glamour #stylish #hottie #picoftheday #lookoftheday #deepika #celebstyle #deepikapadukone #cute #styleoftheday #fashionista #style #fashionweek #shahrukhkhan #alibaugdiaries #karanjohar A post shared by Fashion Sparkâ¡ (@fitnessfashion_ig) on Nov 1, 2017 at 12:15pm PDT Shweta Bachchan and Karan Johar together! #alibaugdiaries @shwetabachchan A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Nov 1, 2017 at 4:26am PDT It is not a crime to live vicariously through pictures! My fave @malaikaarorakhanofficial A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Nov 1, 2017 at 10:02am PDT Poser alert! @nehadhupia A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Nov 1, 2017 at 10:03am PDT
  8. The Pakistani actress who proved her mettle in Pakistani dramas with her brilliant dialogue delivery and acting is winning hearts in India too. Saba Qamar made her debut in Bollywood with Hindi Medium, starring alongside the versatile Irrfan Khan. While Irrfan is a class apart when it comes to delivering hits, Qamar has also proved herself a versatile actor who can mould herself in any character. And so when news came of her starring alongside Irrfan, unlike so many others, we not for a moment thought she would be overshadowed by the actor. Various publications in India gave raving reviews on her acting in the film, which is about a couple (Irrfan and Qamar) trying to get their daughter admitted in the best possible school. The film focuses on the obsession in our part of the world with seeing the English language as the ultimate ticket to success. ?Qamar is a beauty. Between her and Fawad Khan, they might convince Hindi film audiences that Pakistan has cornered a majority share of the world?s hotness. Though her character is often hyper, her acting never is ? that is a fine line to tread, and she pulls it off,? a review in Firstpost says. Pinkvilla lamented the tensions between the two countries for not getting Qamar to see in movies enough. ?Whoever found Saba Qamar, take a bow!? Hindustan Times describes the Pakistani actress as ?equally effective and funny as a wife who keeps saying ?stand ho jao? and ?lonely and depressed??. ?Saba Qamar is Pakistan's finest export so far, and excels as the Chandni Chowk girl with social climbing aspirations,? says India today. Back home, she will also be starring in a biopic on the slain Pakistani social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch and is already getting a lot of praise for it.
  9. You might be using condoms to have safe ***, but for 65-year-old Orestes Estevez, condoms are the source of fermenting home-made fine quality tropical fruit wines. Though it sounds really bizarre, but if you travel to the Cuban city of Havana, you will be astonished to come across this winery where condoms are slipped over each neck of glass jugs filled with raisins, banana, beets, grapes, ginger and hibiscus. Estevez and his family has been making wine for more than a decade now and the successful journey of his winery speaks for the triumph of this unusual fermentation method. © Facebook/ CGTN Africa He opened his ‘El Canal’ winery in the year 2000 in Cuba and today he along with his wife, son and an assistant ferment over 300 jugs containing five gallons of wine. This winery with its quirky antic has definitely become the talking point for the entire neighbourhood of El Cerro and the people seem to be in love with the various flavours of wine infused with tropical fruits and vegetables. As reported by The Times Of India, Estevez said “Putting a condom on a bottle is just like with a man.” He further added, “It stands up, the wine is ready, and then the process is completed.” Is it just us or you too imagined something nasty after reading the last line? © Facebook/ CGTN Africa Having said that, no matter how gross it sounds but watching the top of hundreds of bottles being covered with condoms is one hell of a sight. So how exactly does this process work? Well, when the mix of fruits start fermenting and produce gases, the condoms inflate. Once the fermentation is over, they stop inflating and fall which means the wine is now ready. This entire process takes nearly 30 to 45 days. Estevez’s wine bottles are sold for consumption in homes and restaurants and on an average nearly 50 bottles are sold each day for 10 Cuban pesos each. Clearly, this oddball concept has won Cubans’ hearts and looking at how inexpensive this method looks like, we wonder how successful it can be in India. Source: The Times Of India
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