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  1. Disha Patani is not just a pretty face, she's got a head and heart too: Mohit SuriDisha Patani is one of the few faces in Bollywood known for their endless beauty. However, the 27-year-old Baaghi actor boasts of more than just a pretty face as her acting prowess is no less of a crowd-pleaser than her unmatched beauty. Nodding to that, is Indian director Mohit Suri who is working with the diva for his upcoming film Malang. Speaking about her skills, the filmmaker dished the details in an interview saying: “The whole world feels that Disha is just a pretty face and a hot body. She has something more in her. She’s got head and heart too.” "There is a perfect blend of glam quotient and bohemian vibe surrounding the character, both qualities which I could imagine Disha to compliment effortlessly. The response to Disha’s role has been great so far, I’m sure the audience will be able to connect with her even more after watching Malang,” he added.
  2. Blink and you might miss it - as Youtube and digital media continues to dominate public consciousness, yet another record was shattered this Thursday, when megagroup BTS's rapper, Suga released a new music video - a mid-album interlude titled Shadow. Not only did the video smash past the group's previously held record by 3 minutes - it now proved that content on the internet could amass a staggering 1 million likes in barely half an hour. With supportive comments pouring in from all over the world in various languages, the 'Korean/Hallyu Wave' is perhaps the greatest revolution in music since the early 2010s. With the music video tackling serious themes such as the dark side of fame and fortune, it also serves as a reflection of the highs and lows of the industry that created it. Here's why K-Pop's become the international phenomenon it is today. Old Town Seoul Despite the flashy, hyper-produced quality associated with K-Pop today, the origins of westernised Korean pop music were surprisingly humble. Back in 1885, an American missionary by the name of Henry Appenzeller started performing and teaching American and British folk songs at schools in the Korean capital, Seoul. These songs became widely popular and were performed with Korean lyrics, retaining their original English tunes - a form of music called changga. © principlesofknowledge; Court musicians performing for the Joseon dynasty, late 1800s. During the postwar era of the 1940s, Korea experienced a similar cultural revolution as Japan - huge influxes of American soldiers brought about a revolution in music and filmmaking, with demand increasing for rock musicians to perform in bars for the troops. Several young musicians from both countries saw the option as well-paying and interesting work, a rarity in Korea after their civil conflict in the 50s. This led to the rise of several live-music bars in Seoul - nearly 300 venues hosted live bands that performed Beatles covers and their own compositions. © Korea Times; Add4, a band formed in 1962 that revolutionised the landscape of Korean music. Soon, Korean cinema followed suit - propelling Korean media into widespread fame across the east as the country's economy bloomed. Groups such as the Kim Sisters, shown below, reached popularity in America as well - even hitting the #7 spot on Billboard. It was all a taste of things to come. The Modern Era K-Pop Machine Today, Korean pop music is characterised by huge entertainment conglomerates, and intensely trained stars that either work solo, or more commonly, form their own groups. These massive companies are dominated by what's known as the 'big three' - SM Entertainment, YG Entertianment and JYP Entertainment, all of which were founded in the mid-90s. The first and most obvious reason as to why K-Pop, and Korean culture, in general, has become a global hit, is the well-oiled machine that runs the entire show - the most important people aren't necessarily the artists themselves, but the people who manage, guide and often exploit them. © Washington Post; Dance lessons at Def Dance Skool, one of Seoul's most famous K-Pop academies. Out of all these students, barely a handful will become truly famous. Through intensely selective trials starting at the age of 10-12, music studios scout and recruit talented children, who are then enrolled at specialised schools that train them in dance, singing and even guide them in moderating a public persona to keep them PR ready. They're then groomed to focus on hours of rehearsals, public performances and group shows while simultaneously preparing for the trials and tribulations they may face as future pop-stars. Once a group (or the rare solo artist) has been trained to perfection, the studios chart out music releases, marketing plans and tours - and depending on how well they're received, watch the money rake in. In an almost uncanny level of planning and meticulousness, the group is then scheduled for a 'comeback', where a new album release, special TV spots and new visual themes are explored. According to the Wall Street Journal, SM Entertainment invests an average $3 million to train their idols. © Wikimedia; Kim Jong-Hyun of Shinee is one of the victims of K-Pop's pressures, had tragically committed suicide in 2017. His suicide note mentions a 'devouring depression' and his struggles with fame. While the industry is notorious for exploitative contracts, abusive business practices and perhaps an over-orchestrated sense of perfection, the results speak for themselves - and several artists accept the sacrifice of their personal lives and freedom as necessary for success. What Makes K-Pop, K-Pop? Taking a step back, we can finally focus on the fun part - the songs and music videos themselves. The most immediate and common characteristics are heavily stylised, catchy and universally appealing music, slick dance routines and a heavy emphasis on dramatic fashion choices as well as aesthetic visual backgrounds. Each of these is further divided to give each idol their own individual 'place in the team', forming a broader image that defines a K-Pop group. Lyrically, Korean lends itself well to the pop-rap synthesis that's become immensely popular in modern music. English also makes a common appearance - allowing fans across the world to sing along. According to a representative from the University of California, “contemporary Korean pop culture is built on transnational flows taking place across, beyond, and outside national and institutional boundaries.” Perhaps this explains how even the Arab world and India have become devoted fanbases despite major cultural differences. Some of this implies that K-Pop is entirely designed to present an easily-digestible, mass produced form of music, but on diving a bit deeper into the subculture, it's very likely that you'll find something unique and interesting, regardless of your tastes. Take the BTS music video of Mic Drop - it's a loud, proud club banger with a focus on attitude, sass and a haters gonna hate message. It contrasts completely with 2018's Self-Love Ballad, Epiphany - putting across a similar message but with completely different visuals and genres of music. Personally, what I feel has helped K-Pop and specifically BTS retain their throne is the ability to consistently maintain their high standards while subtly reinventing themselves. Suga's latest track casts aside the usual cliche of love songs and flaunting *** appeal with money. Instead, it's a direct addressal of the sky-high tensions a performer has to live with, directed straight at a fanbase that has grown accustomed to perfection from their idols. And if anything, further helps cement the legacy of K-Pop as we move into a new decade of innovation in global music. View the full article
  3. Kumail Nanjiani knows how to break the internet. From some really zany and off the cuff comments and jokes to some really colourful interviews, the man knows how to keep an audience at the edge of their seat. © Reuters When he posted a few photographs after getting ripped as a lumberjack, the internet went berserk. So much so, that PornHub acknowledged his physique, in the most unique way possible. © Instagram/kumailn Now, you might imagine that Kumail had to work out like a beast and practically had to live in the gym to get a physique as chiselled as that one. However, his trainer, Grant Roberts of Granite Gym in Beverly Hills, California, revealed, that his intensive workout routine was just a part of his transformation. Notably, Roberts himself has acted in a number of films, including the 2009 sports drama, Invictus, which starred Matt Damon and Morgan Freeman. © Instagram/grantrobertsfit In a recent interview with a major US-based fitness magazine, Roberts revealed that although Nanjiani did work out like a mad man and went full gung ho on whatever was asked of him, his intensive workout regime was just a part of it. It seems the devil's in the details. Here's what exactly Kumail had to go through to get in shape for his role in Marvel's The Eternals. © Instagram/kumailn An Individualised Fitness Plan © Instagram/kumailn First and foremost, it was important to formulate a customised fitness regime that would work for Kumail in a manner that suited him the best. The thing is, most people forget that what works for someone else, might not work at all for them. In such a case, a personalised plan, that has been developed by expert nutritionists, fitness trainers and gym trainers becomes a must. Says Roberts, “With Kumail, the main goal was increasing muscular size, dropping excess body fat and creating total body symmetry, so keeping his composition and lifestyle in mind, we came up with a plan that would work around him.” Nutrition © iStock Robert says that apart from working out 4-5 days a week, Kumail had to tweak his diet a number of times. “Initially, the focus was on protein, water, healthy fast like omega 3and just the right amount of carbs. However, with time, he had to make some finer adjustments to make him look more vascularly fit, without dropping muscle,” he continues. Recovery © Instagram/emilyvgordon Notice how in the previous point we wrote that Kumail worked out for 4-5 days a week? Well, that's because your days for rest, or days where you let your body recover, are important. Says Roberts, “Whether you're working out for 15-20 mins, or attending two sessions a day, intense work out routines are exhausting, can be painful, and drains you completely.” On his days for recovery, Kumail would often go for massages and stretching exercises, so that his muscles wouldn't atrophy. Disciplining The Mind © iStock The first actual step in one's journey towards a fitter self is making the decision, and setting reasonable plans and achievable goals. Says Roberts, “Intelligent program design includes achievable landmarks and checkpoints while leaving room for modifications, whether results are ahead or behind schedule.” Maintenance © Instagram/kumailn Finally, there is the manner in which you maintain yourself after you've got the physique that you wanted. It is alarmingly easy to let things go once you've hit your desired inches, or hit a certain weight. However, what follows next is the actual task. Says Roberts, “Maintenance requires working out hard enough to keep everything from atrophying and consuming a maintenance diet of just the right amount of essential water, protein, fats, vitamins and minerals while keeping non-essential carbohydrates in check.” Now, it may not be as intense and seemingly rigid as the process of whipping yourself in shape, but because it is a constant endeavour, things become challenging. Considering the people that Kumail would be cast opposite in The Eternals, which includes the likes of Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek & Kit Harington among other stalwarts, being funny in an action film, while it may have its moment, won't simply cut it. No wonder, Kumail turned towards the professionals for help. View the full article
  4. Delhi's air pollution problem needed urgent fixing and the government has finally launched a pilot project to tackle the ongoing problem of smog. In the capital, a 20-feet air purifier has been installed in Delhi's Lajpat Nagar market. © Kickstarter/Concept Image The Air Purifier tower has been installed to reduce the particulate matter in the area and experts involved with the project claim it will be able to reduce the same by 80%. Delhi has experienced dangerous levels of air pollution this winter which has been at an alarming level these past few days. © Youtube This is not the first time we've seen air purifiers being installed in cities to combat the problem of air pollution. China has already been experimenting with air purifiers appropriate for cities for a while and has installed the world's biggest air purifier two years ago. As a result of the same, air quality saw improvement in an area of 10 square kilometres over a period of few months and the tower produced more than 10 million cubic metres of clean air in the same period of time. #Delhi gets first #smog tower to combat #Airpollution in LajpatNagar, cost borne by @BjpEastdelhi's #MP @GautamGambhir Foundation - delhi news - Hindustan Times pic.twitter.com/4SYljfDAha — The Sunil Kapoor™ (@sunilkapoor8) January 3, 2020 Similarly, the Supreme Court asked the Centre and the Delhi Government to take inspiration from China and come up with a roadmap on installing smog towers in NCR. The newly installed tower cost Rs 7 lakh and was procured by the Gautam Gambhir Foundation. The average running cost of the tower is Rs 30,000 per month and will be paid by the traders' association of Lajpat Nagar. This particular smog tower will treat the air in a circumference area of 500-750 square meters and will be able to treat 2,50,000 to 6,00,000 cubic metre of air per day. View the full article
  5. Jackie Shroff’s daughter Krishna Shroff might not have any plans to make her debut in Bollywood, but the lady surely knows how to keep herself in limelight. Krishna is reportedly enjoying vacations with her boyfriend, Eban Hyams, who is a basketball player by profession. The couple started dating this year, and looks like the duo is having fun together. Krishna recently posted a lovely photo with boyfriend on Instagram captioned, “Always making me laugh. Grateful to have met my best friend, twin soul, and love this year.” While the picture surely turned the heads up, the thing that garnered the most attention was Tiger Shroff’s comment on sister’s upload, possibly inviting a desi bro-sis war on internet. Tiger commented, “Eban…poor guy”. Well, this isn’t the first time Tiger has done this, and tried to tease her sister. The War actor previously commented on a bikini-clad photo of Krishna with a nauseated emoji. Hmm… waiting for a sibling war to start! For the record, Krishna is three years younger than Tiger, and has clearly remarked that she has no plans to become an actor. The actor said in an interview in 2018 that “when it comes to acting, she has always been very clear from the beginning that it's not something that intrigues her. She is not the one to face the camera."
  6. Few things in life make us as happy as finding true love makes one feel. Watching someone blossom into a beautiful human after the kind of effect real love can have on them is a visual delight and social media was blessed by one such gorgeous aesthetic in the form of a lovely picture of this 'newly married' couple. Now you're probably thinking why and how a generic couple picture makes any difference during the shaadi season and the plethora of shots already flooding our news feed. This couple is the wonderful 65-year-old Lakshmi Ammal and her husband Kochaniyan Menon who is 67-years-old. They fell in love at an old age home, a place that is usually associated with sad endings for our elders, and married amidst a lot of love and affection. Kerala: 67-year-old Kochaniyan Menon and a 65-year-old Lakshmi Ammal, tied the knot yesterday at a government-run old-age home in Ramavarmapuram in Thrissur district. pic.twitter.com/EXJeXyv34G — ANI (@ANI) December 29, 2019 Lakshmi took refuge at this old age home after she lost her husband and Kochaniyan was abandoned by his family when he also started living here. The two connected well and fell in love. They wanted to solemnise their relationship and the good people at the old age home decided to make it happen. Soon this beautiful love story reached the agriculture minister VS Shivakumar and he decided to be a part of this journey for them. The wonderful pictures of this couple are warming all our hearts on a cold winter day. That's so beautiful and satisfying that love exist â¤ð — Backchod Indian (@IndianBackchod) December 29, 2019 How specially sweet is that. What I loved the most is the joy on everyone's face in the first to pictures âºï¸ — ASAP (@aniketsapre) December 29, 2019 Never too late for together towards tomorrow! — OwlSpeaks (@SpeaksOwl) December 29, 2019 For anyone who believes that a broken heart cannot love again, that once a certain age is crossed, finding true love is a myth, this example proves that the society puts a certain kind of unfathomable perception over our heads and we continue believing it with our eyes shut. This is what true love looks like, so never let that love go to waste, for it will come back to you one day. View the full article
  7. American comedian Kevin Hart's wife breaks down in the middle of an episode from the latest Netflix docuseries revolving around his life. The docuseries focuses on his personal life and includes the recent events, including his cheating scandal and the Oscars drama that he went through. The series titled "Kevin Hart: Don't F**k This Up" has grabbed a lot of eyeballs mainly for his wife, Eniko Parrish's revelations about how she found out about the scandal. According to her, Parrish was seven to eight months pregnant when the bombshell was dropped on her courtesy a DM. "How I found out was a direct message (DM). I don't know who it was," she said. "They sent me an edited video of Kevin, and you know, another woman... I was pregnant at that time. I was about seven or eight months pregnant. I was having breakfast, I opened my phone and immediately and I just lost it. I called him, I'm crying, I'm like pissed. Right then and there, I kept saying, 'How the f**k did you let that happen?'" Parrish said she felt Hart had "publicly humiliated" her. She spoke about how it felt suffocating that the entire drama surrounding her husband was on Instagram. Parrish recalled how "it was an ongoing fight all the time" and that she had told her husband that if this was what he wanted to do, she couldn't be part of it. However, her baby was what helped her "maintain a level head" at the time and she kept worrying about her family. Parrish said she wanted her child Kenzo to be able to grow up and get to know his father hence she forgave him. She credit Hart by saying "he's a better man now because of it [scandal]". The actor had admitted to cheating on his wife in 2017. He had written a lengthy Instagram post on how Hart had "put myself in an environment where only bad things can happen and they did". In a later scene from the documentary, Hart can be seen with his wife and child. He can be heard in the voiceover saying: "The toughest thing was just telling my wife. That conversation was a tough conversation. There was no easy way to have that conversation." The actor said that the worst part of such a behaviour was knowing how it made others, closest to someone, feel. He said by looking at the effect it had on Parrish, he was able to feel her pain. "That really tore me up," he said. Hart's wife said she believes in second chances "so, as long as he behaves, we're good."
  8. Much before he starred in Sooraj Barjatya's Main Pyaar Kiya, Salman Khan faced the camera for the first time for an ad for an aerated drink. Many of us don't know how he bagged his first ad and well, there's a hilarious story behind him landing his first project. Salman, back then, had no idea that his attempts to woo a woman would land him an ad. Yes, that's true. For all those who don't know, the actor was first seen in the ad for Campa Cola. And recently, on The Tara Sharma Show, he opened up about the hilarious incident that got him the big ad. © Campa Cola Salman Khan revealed that his attempts to impress a girl, who later turned out to the director's girlfriend, got him a commercial for the cola brand. “I was swimming one day at the Sea Rock club and I saw this really beautiful, young lady walking past in a red sari. To impress her, I dived in the water and being such an idiot, I swam the whole length underwater. So when I came out on the other side, she was not there. The next day, I get a call from Far Productions, saying that they want me to do a cold drink commercial – it was Campa Cola, at that point in time. I was wondering, 'How did this come about?'” he said. For those who haven't seen the ad, here's the video: He went on to add, “I went to meet Kailash with my aunt. I said, 'Okay, done. But who gave you my number?' He said, 'That girl that you were trying to impress is my girlfriend. She told me that this guy swims really well. We were supposed to shoot that in the Maldives and they did want somebody who knew how to swim underwater. Me and Jackie's (Shroff) wife Ayesha were the only two who could do those laps underwater. That's how I faced the camera for the first time.” On a side note, Salman's latest release Dabangg 3 has been doing extremely well at the box office as it has entered the 100-crore club. Dabangg 3 is the 15th film in Salman's career to cross the Rs 100 crore mark in the domestic circuit after Dabangg, Kick, Ready, Dabangg 2, Ek Tha Tiger, Bodyguard, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, Jai Ho, Tubelight, Tiger Zinda Hai, Race 3, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Bharat, and Sultan. Salman will next be seen on the big screen in Prabhu Deva's Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. View the full article
  9. Recently, Deepika Padukone revealed that how emotionally exhausting and taxing her role in the much awaited film Chhapaak was for her. She was seen telling in many of her interviews how she burned a piece of her prosthetic makeup to disassociate herself from the role. According to Indiatimes, Deepika recently confessed in a video interview that her depression resurfaced during playing the role of Malti in the film Chhapaak. © Fox Star Studios She said, “I needed to have my counselor on the sets of the movie with me. It came out of nowhere and I was also caught off-guard. I started feeling it coming on and I thought maybe I am just tired or it is the long hours. But then it got really bad and I started feeling claustrophobic. It was very tough for me emotionally. To think about those days and put me emotionally through that.” She also said that even during her wedding celebrations, the role of Malti stayed with her, which she couldn't easily let go. © Fox Star Studios Meghna Gulzar's directorial Chhapaak is based on a real-life story of an acid attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal, who suffered an acid attack at the age of 15, in the year 2005. Laxmi had to undergo several surgeries before she started helping other acid attack survivors and promoted campaigns to stop such attacks from happening. Chhapaak also stars Vikrant Massey in a lead role alongside Deepika and is scheduled to release on January 10, 2020. View the full article
  10. It is 2019 according to the calendar, but seems like our nation is stuck in a wheel of time where the word 'sense' made zero sense. Every day we read or witness something which is absurd beyond measure for our brain cells. A school in Karnataka is facing some wrath after a viral video from a cultural event went viral on social media. Apparently, the students were enacting the Babri Masjid demolition and chants of 'Jai Shri Ram' were echoed. Karnataka school run by RSS man makes kids 'demolish' Babri Masjid in a play The Chief Guests for the event were Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, DV Sadananda Gowda; Puducherry Governor Kiran Bedi; and several Ministers from Karnataka. pic.twitter.com/hVdqxvfdvI — Sanyukta (@dramadhikari) December 16, 2019 Surprisingly, the chief guests for this function included some eminent personalities, which include Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, DV Sadananda Gowda; Puducherry Governor Kiran Bedi; and several ministers from Karnataka as well. Another formation d school children made was of the proposed Shri Ram Mandir at #Ayodhya. All such performances enabled d school ensure all of its 3800+ school children participate in d annual festival of Sri Rama Vidya Kendra, Kalladka Village, near Mangalore @PTI_News @ANI pic.twitter.com/IdaoySuBY4 — Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi) December 16, 2019 People on social media are trying to reprimand the school authorities as this act is highly insensitive. Horrible, filling hatred into minds of school children is very dangerous for our INDIA. — Chitragupta P (@p_chitragupta) December 16, 2019 You actually think they care? These kids will be filled with hatred for others.. how long will such a society survive? — zaheer (@drzzzzzz) December 16, 2019 In a world where everyone is moving forward towards being more progressive and tying the communal fabric stronger so that we all can live in harmony, it is appalling to witness things like this in India. We need to fear for our future because looks like, it's not just global warming that is going to be a big threat. View the full article
  11. Anand Mahindra took to his Twitter and shared a picture of a shayari (couplet) to explain the importance of mobile phones in everyone's life today. However, he committed one mistake thinking that the couplet was actually written by Gulzar. Turns out, Gulzar didn't write it and the internet pointed it out soon after Anand Mahindra shared it. He shared an image that said, "Khud se zyada sambhal kar rakhta hoon mobile apna, kyunki rishtey saare ab isi mein kaid hain (I care more about my phone than myself because all my relationships are trapped in it).” Thank you Gulzarji, for giving me the logic for remaining wedded to my device! ððð½. (Even if this was a tongue-in-cheek comment, it's true that mobiles help us stay connected!) pic.twitter.com/P3NTrQ0Z16 — anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) December 9, 2019 He also wrote a caption saying, "Thank you Gulzarji, for giving me the logic for remaining wedded to my device!” Now, this isn't a line by Gulzar and netizens have flooded Mahindra's post soon after it was shared online. Here's what they have to say: This one is already listed in #NotByGulzar database #NBG @ThePuccaCritic https://t.co/7LxSrAkCg8 pic.twitter.com/XE4IluUCeY — Pavan Jha (@p1j) December 9, 2019 @anandmahindra -Incorrect credit and interpretation too . The quote is a sarcasm and not endorsement of the utility of mobile phones. — Rahul Ekbote (@rahul_ekbote) December 9, 2019 It's so true [not sure if he actually said it though :) ] — Rohit (@RohitMishraa) December 9, 2019 Are you sure that these lines are from Gulzar saab?? Seems has his name on credits only. — Vjdorby (@Aazaad_Hind1857) December 9, 2019 A very beautiful quote @anandmahindra sir. But just want to point out that I couldn't find any reference of Gulzar sahab making this shayari, so unsure of its verification. Sometimes people make a quote with popular figure's name and their picture and people tend to believe it. — the_millennial (@kunal_kaklij) December 9, 2019 Gulzar may not have written these lines. #WhatsappUniversity — Prithvi (@The_BeardMan_) December 9, 2019 Gulzar has penned the lyrics for a lot of Bollywood films such as Parichay, Mausam, Aandhi, Masoom, Maachis, Slumdog Millionaire, Omkara, Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Raazi. He is one of the most celebrated writers and lyricists of our nation. While Anand Mahindra committed a mistake by sharing the couplet but whoever wrote it, did write the truth. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  12. Kartik Aaryan's promotion strategy for his latest film, Pati, Patni, Aur Woh has been the most interesting and engaging strategy we've seen in a while. From dancing over the top of a Marks and Spencer's store in Delhi, to dancing with Deepika Padukone to the #DheemeDheemeChallenge song, and near to the release of the film, his marketing team has also added a sartorial twist to the promotions which could possibly be an inspiration from the film War's promotion. Remember how Hritik (Roshan) and Tiger (Shroff) got memes printed on t-shirts and wore them for the promotion of their film? They would be spotted casually stepping out and (probably) going to the gym in a t-shirt with the other's face and a dad joke on it to engage their fans. © Manav Manglani/ Instagram Well, Kartik Aaryan's character in Pati, Patni Aur Woh called Abhinav 'Chintu' Tyagi has a moustache and a distinct personality. So, for the promotions, Kartik and Ananya got a bunch of hoodies and t-shirts with Chintu's face on it along with the hashtag: #ChintuTyagi. Take a look here: © Manav Manglani/ Instagram In fact, both Kartik and Ananya Pandey timed it so well, it almost looks like they're twinning. © Manav Manglani/ Instagram Another major aspect from Kartik Aaryan's outfit are his super long white sneakers. If you take a closer look at them you'll notice that they're not just chunky but also have an impressive width. Kartik Aaryan's outfits are clearly taking promoting a film to the next level. What do you guys think? View the full article
  13. Recently, Akshay Kumar, along with Karan Johar, helped two stuntmen who injured themselves while they were rehearsing for the launch of one of the songs from his upcoming film Good Newwz. According to HT, Bittoo and Hari Singh Injured themselves while rehearsing for the song launch of 'Chandigharh Mein' and the actor with the help of Karan Johar arranged for an ambulance for them. View this post on Instagram #ChandigarhMein at #ChandigarhUniversity wasð¥ð¥ð¥Literally! Thank you for the love ♥ï¸ #GoodNewwz @kiaraaliaadvani @badboyshah @harrdysandhu @raj_a_mehta A post shared by Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) on Nov 27, 2019 at 6:58am PST Akshay Kumar wasn't present at the time of the mishap but he made sure that both the stuntmen reach Mumbai on time and get the required treatment. Bittoo and Hari Singh work with senior director Sham Kaushal. Sham Kaushal said, “I sent three members of my team for the rehearsal. It was important to check if the wire work was smooth and performing the stunt was a safe proposition. As part of the stunt, Bittoo and Hari Singh were attached to the winch machine and were performing [stunts mid-air]. But during the second round of rehearsals, the machine collapsed due to a technical malfunction and the boys had a freefall from a height of nearly 10-12 feet.” He also added, “Akshay paaji was at a shoot in Hyderabad, but was keeping a constant check on the boys. On Friday, he and Karan's team arranged for an air ambulance so that Bittoo could be flown down to Mumbai. Now, he has been advised two months of bed rest." Akshay Kumar had earlier launched a stuntmen insurance scheme in 2017. The policy covers the cost of accidental or injury treatment for a stuntman up to Rs 6,00,000 in 4000 hospitals through a cashless system. Also, in case of death, around Rs 10 lakh will be given to the nominee chosen by the stuntman. On the work front, Akshay Kumar will be seen with Kareena Kapoor, Diljit Dosanjh and Kiara Advani in his next film Good Newwz which is set to release on December 27. View the full article
  14. The basic truth of life lies in the fact that it is transient. In many ways we're all born with that knowledge. However, if there is one other thing that is synonymous to such 'overnight' changes, it is politics. And we are not saying this merely based on the recent political fiasco that we all witnessed in Maharashtra (or maybe we are… *winks*). Given how the kissa 'kursi' ka played out in the Maratha state over the course of the past month, it wouldn't be wrong to talk about the impermanence of power and authority that comes with politics. What one has today might be taken away from them overnight, and figurative overthrowing from 'power' shall still reign high so long as we live in a democratic country. © Getty Images But while some politicians enjoy the 'quirks' of satta or popular mandate for years on end, there have also existed ministers who have held important positions for just a couple of hours before having to resign. We've curated a list of top five such ministers who have had the shortest tenure as Chief Ministers of Indian states. 1. Jagdambika Pal (1 Day) © BCCL Back in 1998, former Congress minister was made the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister after the then governor dismissed the Kalyan Singh government before restoring them into power again. Which meant, Pal assumed the chair for merely a day's time. 2. Harish Rawat (1 Day) © BCCL In 2016, Congress MP from the state of Uttarakhand, Harish Rawat, had to step down as the state's CM only 24 hours after assuming the chair. This happened after a number of Congress MLAs pulled back their support and the Congress-led government became a minority. President's rule was, eventually, imposed in the state. 3. Devendra Fadnavis (3 Days) © BCCL The most recent addition to this list, Devendra Fadnavis. He was recently (and kinda secretly) sworn-in as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra before he finally resigned from the position, having failed to maintain the majority. Uddhav Thackeray, following the Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress alliance, is all set to formally assume the position now. 4. BS Yeddyurappa (3 Days) © BCCL Last year, Yeddyurappa became Karnataka's CM for three days before he lost the opportunity to continue due to his failure to gather the set numbers ahead of the floor test. HD Kumaraswamy-led JD(S)-Congress government took over post that. 5. Nabam Tuki (4 Days) © Wikipedia Back in 2016, Congress minister Nabam Tuki served as the Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister for four days before resigning due to internal fights within his party. View the full article
  15. It's more than comforting to know that we live in a world that's replete with humanity and compassion. Recently, in a heartwarming incident, a photo of a small girl from Hyderabad peeping into the classroom with an empty bowl has surfaced on the social media, which has also now led to getting her admission in the same school. The picture showcases a girl, identified as Mothi Divya by news reports, waiting outside a classroom of a government school, in the hope of getting some food. The picture, since then, has gone viral on social media. Interestingly, the girl is now enrolled in the same school and will get a mid-day meal every day. © BCCL According to The Indian Express, the viral photo was originally published in a Telegu daily Eenadu and was clicked at the Deval Jham Singh Government High School in Gundimalkapur. The girl, belonging to a marginalised community, wasn't a student at the school but visited the school premises daily in the hope of food every day without fail. Divya is a daughter of garbage collector living in the nearby slum and she visited the school once her parents left for work, reports said. Thankfully, the picture caught the attention of the National Convenor Venkat Reddy at MV Foundation, which works for girl child rights. Here's what he wrote while sharing the picture online, “Why not this child is enrolled and have her right to food and right to education...it's a shame.” Reddy, later coordinated with his foundation and a few other volunteers and spoke with the school authorities in order to get Divya enrolled in the same school. Reddy also shared another post, wherein he expressed how happy the little girl is to finally get admission in the school and enjoy a good meal daily. Isn't it heartwarming? View the full article
  16. Back in the 90s, when pop-culture seemed to have all but taken over the world, an unassuming trilogy of books began to hit shelves a mere two years before Harry Potter was revealed to the world. Although this series never quite overtook 'The Boy Who Lived', it remained a fond experience throughout my childhood. Physics-bending alternate universes, queer angels and blasphemous Bible allegories aren't a common premise for most books that got popular with young adults, but Phillip Pullman's His Dark Materials series hit all the right notes for around six years. With souls materialised as intelligent, talking animals, fascinating depictions of the afterlife and intelligent commentary on religion and science, it captured the imaginations of nearly 20 million readers, and then vanished into obscurity. Recently, in all their big-budget benevolence, HBO and the BBC have partnered to release a TV adaptation of the books, also named His Dark Materials. What could go wrong, really? HBO did manage to successfully run GoT for seven seasons (see what I did there) and BBC has been making science-fiction/fantasy shows for what feels like all of human history at this point. Turns out, quite a bit, actually. To Adapt Or Not To Adapt It seems that in recent times, TV series producers have experienced a slight shift in their attitude towards remakes - in a feature film market oversaturated with reboot after reboot, we've been seeing a lot of previously botched attempts receive some much-needed love. M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender was a universally-panned disaster, and yet, the original Avatar creators DiMartino and Konietzko have been roped in to create a live-action remake of the beloved animated series. So, it's understandable that we're seeing His Dark Materials once again - it too has had a somewhat faithless past when it comes to feature-length films in the totally forgettable 2007 flick, The Golden Compass. Named after the first book, the film was a pretty big deal when it came out - featuring Natalie Portman, Daniel Craig, Eva Green and even Sir Ian McKellen. Despite the big-name cast and studio legacy of Lord Of The Rings, the adaptation fell flat due to several reasons - primarily because of the script omitting key moments from the books, and somewhat uninspired performances. Natalie Portman, for example, plays Marisa Coulter - a cunning, calculative woman described in the books as one of the most morally hideous, but outwardly beautiful and charming people in the world. Portman's performance is, however, decidedly one-dimensional, behaving cold and heartless every time she's on-screen. The same issues plague the rest of the cast, resulting in a movie with plenty of theatrics, but very little soul. Fortunately, that doesn't seem to be the case with the remake. © HBO/BBC Right off the bat, the star of the show here is undoubtedly the once-lacklustre Mrs Coulter, this time played by Ruth Wilson, who you may recognise from the BBC's award-winning crime drama, Luther. In one of her strongest performances yet, she perfectly captures the deceptive warmth and mesmerising charm of book-Coulter, while letting loose flashes of her coldhearted, pitiless interior with well-placed selectiveness. Wilson makes these negative parts of her character most obvious during moments of rage or anxiety, lending Mrs Coulter some genuine believability and depth. © HBO/BBC We also see Dafne Keen as main character Lyra Belacqua and James McAvoy as Lord Asriel - both actors, interestingly, happen to be tied to the X-Men franchise. Keen's Lyra is very clearly inspired by Masie Williams' Arya Stark, a darker and more serious interpretation than the books. © HBO/BBC In contrast, McAvoy's Lord Asriel is a bit more heroic and charismatic than the dead-eyed, emotionless husk he is in the novels - while I usually belong to the '100% faithful adaptation' camp, this change seems to work quite well for the TV series. And here's where the series proudly proclaims its greatest success - it successfully balances the demands of the medium, while still retaining the meaty intellectual themes that the previous version conveniently omitted, for the sake of appealing to kids. Nowhere is this clearer than with Mrs Coulter's agenda - she continually crushes everything from social games to academic patriarchy under her heel, all while flirting dangerously with the audience's expectations of her. As the story has just begun, there's no doubt that the series has large shoes to fill - the entire trilogy is just over 1,000 pages long, and covers themes more friendly with works of academic philosophy than fantasy. If the first leg is anything to go by, however, I'm glad to say that the decade of piss-poor fantasy novel adaptations is at an end, and finally, my inner 12-year old's wishes of a good adaptation have finally come true. Catch Season 1 on Star World at 9 PM - don't miss this one. View the full article
  17. Last week, when Ranveer Singh posted the 'entertainer for hire' caption, we knew it was a joke. View this post on Instagram Shaadi Season is here! Entertainer for Hire. ðºð¿ Available for events, wedding, budday party, mundan ð A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on Oct 30, 2019 at 7:31am PDT Even Deepika Padukone played along and gave everyone some more relationship goals. People were actually going crazy about Ranveer being hilarious and then Deepika being her witty best. © Twitter But, looks like it wasn't a joke after all. Recently, Ranveer was in Delhi and the only thing he did while he was in the city was go to a wedding. Videos of him dancing and basically performing at the said wedding are everywhere online and it honestly looks like someone hired him to be the 'entertainer'. Scroll to see all the videos. View this post on Instagram RanveerSingh at a party in Delhi last night ð¥ðð¤©ð« . . #ranveersingh #king #selfie #instagood #instadaily @ranveersinghglorious A post shared by Ranveer Singh fanbase (@ranveersinghglorious) on Nov 2, 2019 at 11:14pm PDT Imagine showing up at a wedding your parents dragged you to because it's your 'rishtedaar ke rishtedaar ki shaadi' and Ranveer freaking Singh is dancing around with his tie tied around his head. What would you do? View this post on Instagram We love u king ð¤´ð­ð¥ #RanveerSingh #King #Rs @ranveersingh @ranveersinghglorious @ranveersinghglorious #instadaily #happy #instagood A post shared by Ranveer Singh fanbase (@ranveersinghglorious) on Nov 3, 2019 at 2:00am PST Yes, we know no one has actually hired him for a wedding, but it's still unclear whose function it was and the 'entertainer for hire' angle is funnier than 'oh, Ranveer is alone at some friend's wedding'. One more very keen observation, why would someone want Ranveer at their wedding tho? You know he's going to be so outrageously dressed that he won't just upstage the groom, but also the bride. View this post on Instagram RanveerSingh snapped at the airport as he leaves for #NewDelhi ð¥ðð¤©ð« . . #King #RanveerSingh #orange #loving #instagood #instagram #instadaily #instafashion @ranveersinghglorious @ranveersinghglorious A post shared by Ranveer Singh fanbase (@ranveersinghglorious) on Nov 2, 2019 at 9:29am PDT I wouldn't want to spend lakhs and lakhs of money on my wedding only to have people just remember it by Ranveer Singh dancing there. View the full article
  18. Union Minister Smriti Irani is completely on point with her social media game currently as her Instagram posts are proof of that. The OG social media queen for sure knows how to keep her followers engaged. Of late, HBO announced that all of us will get to watch the much-awaited prequel of Game Of Thrones soon which will be set 300 years before the original series. And ardent fans across the globe are extremely excited about it. This list also includes our Textile Minister and the Minister for Women and Child Development. Smriti couldn't keep her calm and as soon as the news was out, the 43-year-old minister took to her Instagram account to share a hilarious meme on the announcement featuring Jon Snow and it had us in splits. © Instagram/Smriti Irani She captioned it, "Did someone say prequel.” The meme had the face of Jon Snow photoshopped on a man, who was dancing with a lot of enthusiasm. Like all of us, Smriti is also extremely excited for the prequel to arrive soon and we can relate to it max. On and off the minister keeps posting hilarious memes that leave her followers in splits. Recently, on Diwali, she had posted another funny meme that was highly liked. She posted a video from the film Baazigar and turned into a meme. If you haven't watched the video yet, check it out here: View this post on Instagram #The struggle is Real ð­me and my Diwali Mithai ð⤠A post shared by Smriti Irani (@smritiiraniofficial) on Oct 26, 2019 at 3:12am PDT Isn't she hilarious? Smriti Irani is the youngest minister in the Modi-led government and we love her even more after finding that she's a GOT fan too. View the full article
  19. The internet is savage, and it has no chill. If one needs to be reminded of this very fact, all one needs to do is to be a public figure. Especially when someone as famous as Salman Khan is in the picture, with a plethora of controversies surrounding him, trolling becomes a part and parcel of their daily life. What has happened recently over Tusshar Kapoor's Diwali outfit is a testament to that. First, let's look at what Tusshar wore. © Instagram/tusshark89 Tusshar wore a super smart, ecologically sustainable kurta by Purvi Doshi, that we honestly love. However, if you look closely, the motif on the kurta triggered the trolling. © Instagram/tusshark89 Let's just say, the reference presents itself here and we don't need to explain. What followed was a hilarious, albeit rude, round of trolling. © Instagram/tusshark89 A lot of comments like the above can be seen on the original Instagram post by Tusshar Kapoor, although he had absolutely nothing to do with it. Also, as expected, meme pages were quick to react. © Instagram/sarcastic.ind Everything said and done, however, we absolutely loved what Tusshar wore. The ivory kurta with the fastenings along with a pair of relaxed pyjamas made for an amazing Diwali outfit, and the fact that it's sustainable only adds the cherry on the cake. We love it, Tusshar! As far as the trolling is concerned, let's just say that the internet has always been savage and there's nothing anyone can do about this. View the full article
  20. 2019 has been a great year for Ayushmann, so far, thanks to his back-to-back hits like Dream Girl and Article 15 that did really well at the box office. But his career is not limited to just acting, as he has proven time and again that his sartorial sensibilities are also always on point and we have not seen anyone dressed to the T as he does. From wearing asymmetrical silhouettes to making a statement in plastic joggers to opting for dapper flappy pants, he grants us all some serious styling lessons. And if you are considering taking lessons on elevating your fashion game, taking notes from Ayushmann will definitely help you. Recently, the boy-next-door made headlines again as he was spotted at the airport sporting a look that grabbed eyeballs. We noticed him wearing pants that look quite 'crushed'. And when we dug deeper, we were surprised to see that he legit owns the same pants in three different colours. Here take a look. 1. His recent airport outfit looked super stylish. He wore a hoodie and layered it over a basic tee and took the look a notch higher with green 'crushed' cargo pants. © Viral Bhayani 2. Ayushmann looks dandy in a vibrant jacket and t-shirt coupled with charcoal cargo pants. Again, the same pants just in another colour. View this post on Instagram Chemical Romance. . . @ayushmannk channels streetwear for a press con with @facebook. Wearing: . . Colour-Block Jacket: @dhruvvaish Printed Tee: @moschino @collectiveindia Cargos: @gstarraw @gstarraw_india Chunky Sneakers: @tommyhilfiger . . Assisted by @artisto_chic #moschino #gstarraw #cargopants #ootd #colourblock #tommyhilfiger #mensfashion #ayushmannkhurrana A post shared by I S H A B H A N S A L I (@ishabhansali) on Apr 12, 2019 at 9:20am PDT 3. He rocked a denim hoodie with khaki cargo pants and made a statement in this laid-back attire. View this post on Instagram Wild Wild West. . . @ayushmannk dressed for interviews in: Western Trucker: @calvinklein X Andy Warhol. Hoodie: @pawansachdeva22 Cargos: @gstarraw @gstarraw_india Chunky Sneakers: @filaindia Boveasorus . . Assisted by @artisto_chic #streetwear #MYCALVINS #truckerjacket #calvinklein #gstarraw #fila #andywarhol #mensfashion #ayushmannkhurrana A post shared by I S H A B H A N S A L I (@ishabhansali) on Apr 19, 2019 at 5:52am PDT These modern cargo pants are by G Star Raw that feature a tapered fit with contrast pocket detailing. These pants have deep, long pockets and comfortable cotton lining at the waist. The best part? They are available in many other versatile colours at Rs.10,000 in India. All in all, we love this idea, courtesy Ayushmann's stylist, Isha Bhansali who never fails to surprise us with her ace styling ideas. Keep up the game!
  21. At 42 years of age, Bengaluru's Deepak Raj has an impressive resume that boasts over 20 Ironman races. That is at least 38km of swimming, 18,000km of cycling and 422km of running other than the distance he has covered during the numerous practice sessions so far. View this post on Instagram I ran towards Alii drive and as most of them have said, the last 400 m is magical. I ran to the finish line, saw my wife and son .... . . . I had dreamt of this special moment 9 year ago when i began this journey and it was on the verge of becoming a reality. Read more about my hours building upto this moment as I finally pen down my Kona experience. Link in Bio . . . #yoska #trianewlife #ironmantri #ironmanworldchampionship #kona #swimbikerun #triathlon #triathlete #eastcoastcycos #brisbane #garminindia #trek #asics A post shared by Coach Deepak Raj (@coachdeepakraj) on Dec 3, 2017 at 10:54pm PST As someone who has been on his own exceptional journey of losing more than 30kg of weight and transforming himself into what we can call a true “fitness freak”, Raj decided to leave his comfortable and well-paying job at Infosys and become a health coach after officially getting certified by IRONMAN, Triathlon Australia, and the Australian Institute of Personal Trainers. But being just another coach in the era of YouTubers and “nutrition experts” was never the end goal for Raj. He wanted to do something a lot more important for those who shared his enthusiasm for fitness. He wanted to bring the iconic Ironman Triathlon to India. View this post on Instagram "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" ~ Lao Tzu . . . I can still very clearly remember the excitement of crossing the finish line during my first marathon. Despite taking 4 hrs 58 minutes to finish the race, that feeling of being on top of the world with such an accomplishment was rewarding. Hardly did I anticipate that the finish line would turn out to be the starting line for another adventurous journey which I would embark on in the days to follow. . . . Fast Forward to today when my PB timing in a marathon is 2 hrs 59 mins. Dedicated training and commitment has helped me improve as an athlete and the knowledge I have gained over these years has been extremely valuable, which I continue to impart to my athletes. Not to forget, some extra pounds that I managed to shed along the journey :) . . . #tbt #flashback #ironman #triathlete #triathlon #trianewlife #running #swimming #cycling #endurance #coaching #transformation #australia #brisbane #outdoor #athlete #fitness #yoska #marathon A post shared by Coach Deepak Raj (@coachdeepakraj) on Apr 27, 2017 at 10:52pm PDT “The only way to grow the culture of triathlon in India was to put together a long term plan to get Ironman to India. The main objective was for the people to experience the lifestyle the triathlon brings along,” Raj said ahead of India's first ever Ironman 70.3 triathlon in Goa. After years of relentless preparations and venue hunting, Raj picked Goa as the place where he wanted history to be created. “We all think of Goa as a party town and a great holiday destination, so we are just trying to give one more reason for people to come to this wonderful city.” View this post on Instagram Posted @withrepost • @ironman70.3goa We've been working closely with local authorities to minimise disruption for local residents. Here's a map courtesy of @thetimesofindia Goa, of the road restrictions for #RaceDay. . . . #IRONMAN703Goa #IRONMANIndia #IRONMAN703 #IncredibleIndia #Triathlon #FitIndia #MindOverMatter #Goa #India #FirstEver #IndiasFirst #YesYouCan #NeverGiveUp #Fitspo #BeYoska #HumFitThoIndiaFit #Triathlete #IRONMAN703Asia #MiramarBeach A post shared by Coach Deepak Raj (@coachdeepakraj) on Oct 18, 2019 at 10:28pm PDT Sure, there were a couple of hurdles. The weather being the biggest one. Just a couple of days before the event the rains completely took over the tourists' paradise and the open waters in which the triathletes were to swim didn't look all that friendly but Raj and his medical staff and swim directors were prepared for all possible outcomes as the safety of the people was of utmost importance. Thankfully, on the day of the main event, the sun was out, the sky was clear and the race took place seamlessly. To a lot of people's surprise the first three to cross the finish line of the inaugural event were Indians with Manipur's Bishworjit Saikhom taking home the championship followed by Nihal Baig and Mahesh Luorembam for the second and third spot respectively. © Ironman Goa However, Deepak Raj wasn't that shocked with the final result. “Out of the 1000 participants, 900 were Indians. They are used to the hot and humid climate of Goa but what was more significant was the kind of fitness revolution our amateur athletes have brought forward.” Deepak Raj's dedication and years of commitment to bringing Ironman home is nothing short of miraculous itself. For someone who used to enjoy the comforts of a cushioned chair in his cubicle and relish eating whatever he could get his hands on in his youth, this could be seen as the man reliving his initial resolution to bring about a massive change. Back then it was just one man who'd experienced the change, now it's an entire nation.
  22. Who said your job has to be monotonous, and that you should tolerate a drab and dull day at work? Humans are known to be innovators and we always find ways of changing things around us to serve our purposes better. Take the example of this Sikh traffic cop, for instance, who not only took care of his duty but also made it musical and fun. A video featuring a Sikh traffic cop from Chandigarh has gone viral on social media, where he can be seen delivering lessons on traffic rules and regulations through a Punjabi song. This can only happen in India and that too by a Punjabi cop.pic.twitter.com/7jdhZaakaO — Tarek Fatah (@TarekFatah) October 18, 2019 And the tunes of this cop's anthem is not just any random combination of musical notes, but inspired by our OG Punjabi singer Daler Mehndi's memorable 90s song Bolo Ta Ra Ra! The only difference being that the lyrics no longer talks about a woman, but instead, reminds people on the road about traffic rules that must be followed to avoid any unnecessary hassles. The cop urges people to park at the appointed spots and avoid getting their car towed or stolen in the process. The cop seems to be enjoying this part of his job, and we're sure commuters wouldn't have complained either. People online cannot stop enjoying themselves and laugh along with the video. Gaddi nu crain le gayi.. bolo Tara Ra Rað¤£ðð¤£ð — (((Deepak chauhan))) (@Deepu8412) October 18, 2019 Lyrics are LIT. Traffic police tere car chak le gaiððð awsum sardar ji nailed the performance ððð — karnica Chaudhary (@karnica56) October 18, 2019 How can we forget Daler Paji? Bolo tara ra ra.... ð¹ð¹ðð»ðð» — Soniyoo (@singhpsoniyoo) October 18, 2019 Swag se swagat? So much swag ð@tabibmadrid — ð¸ð½ (@pooja_RD95) October 18, 2019 So much swag ð@tabibmadrid — ð¸ð½ (@pooja_RD95) October 18, 2019 Proud Punjabis put your hands up. Jithe Punjabi, Othe raunaka. â¤ï¸ — Gobind Setia à¨à©à¨¬à¨¿à©°à¨¦ ਸà©à¨¤à©à¨ (@GobindSetia) October 18, 2019 Wah re Wah.... chak de punjabi .... it happens only in India — Umesh (@umesh_narasimha) October 18, 2019 Music lessons for Delhi Police? @DelhiPolice surely needs to lear n decency and genuine intention of creating awareness from @PunjabPoliceInd ð — Arminder Rekhi (@Arminderrekhi) October 18, 2019 YAS! Awesome. Similar things needs to be done. No stress, all fun — Anwar Hussain (@1954anwar) October 19, 2019
  23. A word like 'ripped' has probably never ever been used to describe Arjun Kapoor (no offence), but there's always a first for everything and now, it's his time to shine. Just an hour ago, Arjun Kapoor shared a couple of pictures of himself, as proof that he's been hitting the gym. I guess that's what happens when you're dating someone as fit as Malaika. View this post on Instagram Warrior mode on !!! #panipat A post shared by Arjun Kapoor (@arjunkapoor) on Jun 12, 2019 at 3:46am PDT He looks ripped as hell and yeah, that's all good for him but we just want to know how and when? I mean, he has never looked like this before so it should be a new thing, but literally every picture he has posted recently, he looks nowhere as fit like this one. View this post on Instagram Smile... because it's easier not to... Smile... because they expect u not to... Smile... because there are more reasons to than not to... Just Smile. #wednesdaywisdom A post shared by Arjun Kapoor (@arjunkapoor) on May 29, 2019 at 2:21am PDT Can you just turn into that overnight? Please share your secrets Arjun, I'm already sick of going to the gym and it's only been four days. How can you go from this in May- View this post on Instagram Favourite pose... playing dress up for my #saturdaynight !!! #BelvedereStudioB @belvedere_india A post shared by Arjun Kapoor (@arjunkapoor) on May 11, 2019 at 2:11pm PDT To this in June? Warrior mode on !!! #Panipat pic.twitter.com/LSTgIXHSxt — Arjun Kapoor (@arjunk26) June 12, 2019 Did you sell your soul? Well, even if he did, I guess it's worth it. Just look at all the comments. I still want to know the real reason behind this overnight transformation, tbh.
  24. If there's anything that Bollywood is known for, apart from acting, controversies and gym pictures, it's the larger-than-life weddings of our beloved celebrities. 'Sonam Ki Shadi' (Sonam-Anand), 'Nickyanka' or 'Prick' (Nick-Priyanka) wedding, 'DeepVeer ki Shadi' (Deepika-Ranveer) or Virushka (Virat-Anushka) wedding; are a few prominent examples we've seen recently. Instagram From their glittering wedding ceremonies and honeymoon destinations, their wedding date, designer outfits to even their wedding cakes; their fans want to know every little detail and the celebrities happily oblige by sharing them. However, there are some celebrities who chose to go low-key and got secretly married to their respective partners, away from media glare and glamour: 1. Neha Dhupia - Angad Bedi When everyone was busy talking about Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja's wedding, Neha Dhupia secretly got married to her best friend and actor Angad Bedi. The couple got married according to Sikh traditions at a gurudwara in New Delhi. People found out only after she posted pictures from her wedding on social media. Instagram 2. Himesh Reshammiya - Sonia Kapoor Taking the legacy of secret weddings ahead, singer Himesh Reshammiya got married to his long-time girlfriend Sonia Kapoor. Reshammiya shared the news and the first images from the wedding, with his fans on Instagram, with the caption “Togetherness is bliss!” Instagram Reportedly the wedding took place at his home, in a traditional Hindu ceremony and was attended by his friends and family. 3. Rochelle Rao - Keith Sequeira 'Bigg Boss 9' sweethearts Rochelle and Keith, surprised their fans when they secretly got married in a hush-hush beach-style wedding in Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu. Keith and Rochelle are proof that emotions, feelings and love can never be scripted, even if it's a reality show. Instagram 4. Ishita Dutta - Vatsal Seth The moment Ishita and Vatsal's wedding pictures started surfacing, most of their fans thought they are shooting for a new TV show. Honestly, if you too thought the same, trust me you're not alone. The couple got married at ISKON Temple in Juhu, Mumbai. While Vatsal is best known as Ajay Devgn's son in 'Tarzan', Ishita, who is Tanushree Dutta's younger sister, made her Bollywood debut with 'Drishyam'. Instagram 5. Lisa Haydon - Dino Lalwani Lisa Haydon broke millions of hearts when she secretly got married to her boyfriend Dino Lalvani. They got married in 2016 in a beach-style wedding, that was attended only by close family and friends. Instagram
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