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The wheels of fortune have turned for Pankaj Tripathi and how! He is the face of rising stars in the field of acting, someone who has given his life a complete makeover purely based on his hard work and talent. The 'Mirzapur' actor recently shifted to a new home in Mumbai's Madh Island locality, but this hasn't erased the memories of his days of struggle. "It was our dream home, a love nest at the seaside. Now I've finally bought our dream house in Madh Island. My wife got very emotional after we moved into our new home." © Amazon Prime The actor's powerful performances have been turning every film and show he touches into a goldmine. However, he believes that his power and strength lies in being rooted to his identity and struggles that have helped him on this journey. "Today, my wife Mridula and I own our dream house. But I haven't forgotten my one-room shed with its tin roof in Patna. One night, the rain and wind were so intense that one of the tin sheets blew away and I was left looking at the naked sky," he recounted. © YouTube Currently, Tripathi is being lauded for his impeccable performance in 'Criminal Justice'. From tiniest roles and little screen time, to delivering memorable performances in 'Masaan', 'Newton', 'Mirzapur' and 'Criminal Justice', Panjak has come a long way. He told the media, "The praise for 'Criminal Justice' is pouring in. People who are knowledgeable about acting are praising me. Manoj Bajpayee called to say, 'Yeh tu kya kar raha hai? Kaise kar raha hai?' Manoj bhai is my role model and inspiration as he also came from rural Bihar and I felt that if he could become an actor, why can't I? It's a good feeling.” © Twitter Talking about his long, adventurous journey, Tripathi said, "Until a year back, I accepted any role that was offered to me. Now I'm in a position to pick and choose." Even then, Pankaj only takes strength from his years of struggle and looks at his journey so far in the industry, "With amazement and gratitude. Every experience has shaped the actor and human being that I am." Kudos to this talented man and his spirit. He indeed is a noble actor and a great human being.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsNo one's talking about the devastating floods in Kerala anymore, but that doesn't mean everything there has been fixed and restored, it just means that people have seemingly stopped taking an interest since it has become 'old news' now. But, the Khalsa Aid is always there to help, no matter what. We have already heard so many great things about this organization, that tirelessly and selflessly helps anyone in need, but they always surprise us even more. Tweeting about how the Khalsa Aid workers are still in Kerala helping in rehabilitation, they made sure to remind people that they would never simply walk away just a few days after a disaster. We are STILL in Kerala after the floods last year ! We don't walk away few days after the disaster... We remain committed. #Kerala #KeralaFloods pic.twitter.com/Ly5f45SNAV — Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) January 3, 2019 Now that really is commitment! Talking to IndiaTimes, Amarjeet Singh from Khalsa Aid said, “Currently, we are helping people resurrect their broken lives and for that, we are rebuilding houses and other amenities in Alleppey district. Currently, a team of five members is looking after the rebuilding work and we want to ensure that people's lives get back to normal as soon as possible.” He added, “Currently, we have adopted two local schools completely devastated in the floods and we are on revamping the schools so that the children can get back to their studies as soon as possible.” Everyone is praising and applauding them, and rightly so. Thank you bros for staying and inspiring !! â¤ï¸ — AJ (@ann_08__) January 5, 2019 Good job, indeed. Good job khalsa aid â¬ð — à¨¦à©à¨¦à¨¾à¨° à¨¸à¨¿à©°à¨ (@agwsftdzpLndZA3) January 3, 2019 Good job as always. As requested multiple times, can you start accepting donations in INR and possibly also get the donations tax-exempt ? — Jaspreet Singh (@jaspreet20) January 3, 2019 It really is. True commitment ðhttps://t.co/AY7wW9ojwv — Chitra Narayanan (@ndcnn) January 5, 2019 It's proving Humanityðð¹ð https://t.co/DFJcLGCwW8 — mohari pj adidela (@mohariecopal) January 4, 2019 Exactly. à¤à¤à¤µà¤¾à¤¨ à¤à¤¸à¤¾ à¤¸à¤¾à¤¹à¤¸ à¤¸à¤¬à¤à¥ à¤¦à¥ à¥¤ https://t.co/ZlxWhByJSP — Singh Parminder Singh (@just_Param) January 4, 2019 Yep. That's what Khalsa does. #KhalsaAid @Khalsa_Aid https://t.co/LpTTbD4nO5 — Manvir Singha (@RoyalSinghh) January 4, 2019
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsAs technology takes over more and more aspects of our life, it comes as no surprise that wearables are no longer limited to just smartwatches or smart wallets, but also include smart clothing that looks trendy and is a part of our day to day life. The Levi's Commuter jacket is a part of Google's Project Jacquard and is one of the first pieces of smart clothing available for consumers. The iconic bomber jacket combines Google's engineering efforts to bring wearables to the masses. © Levi's The Levi's Commuter jacket has Google's smart fabric woven in and has a bunch of smart features that can be triggered by gestures. The cuffs are touch sensitive, and with a simple brush or a swipe, you can control your music playback, turn on navigation and even respond to calls or texts without needing to touch your phone. All of this is achieved by a Snap Tag built inside the jacket, which connects to your phone with Bluetooth Low Energy and can be set up by using an app. Another feature called Always Together will ensure that you do not leave your phone or your jacket behind and will ring and flash if you happen to leave one of them behind. Considering how expensive phones have gotten, this could offer some peace of mind. © Levi's "You can use Always Together to make sure you do not leave behind your Jacquard Jacket or phone behind. When your phone and your jacket are separated, you will receive an alert on your phone. Your Snap Tag will also light up and vibrate" Google says. Talking about the jacket itself, it is a denim finish made of 100 percent cotton. The left sleeve has a pocket for easy access to the Snap Tag. It is not meant for extreme rough use as it can withstand only about 10 washes, of course, with the Snap Tag removed. The jacket costs US$ 350 which is about INR 25,000. A little pricey for something that you can do with a simple smartwatch or a fitness tracker. Though this is just among the first generation smart clothing and we expect to see more fashion labels get on board in the coming years.