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  1. Karan Johar - being the cutthroat fashionista he is - doesn't really need style inspiration. In fact, he is inspiration to hoards of style enthusiasts, courtesy his ever increasing collection of edgy outfits. Given this scenario, when he himself refers to not one, but two people in terms of style inspiration, that's saying something! KJo just took to Instagram with a story, where he referred to our homies Diljit Dosanjh and Badshah as inspirations for the outfit he stepped out wearing. Take a look! © Instagram Karan Johar posted the following story on his Instagram. © Instagram Clearly, Karan considers Diljit and Badshah as supremely well-dressed (a sentiment we echo, tbh). Anyone who has been keeping track of Diljit Dosanjh and Badshah's sartorial journey will testify to their love for oversized jackets, especially from Balenciaga. © Instagram © Instagram Karan rightfully took some inspiration, and wore a Balenciaga Colorblocked Nylon Oversized Track Jacket in Purple and Green, and Balenciaga Triple S Blue and White Sneakers to boot. © Instagram The jacket, with elasticized cuffs and drawstring hems, costs a whopping INR 1,17,193/- © Instagram Coming to the shoes, Karan is wearing the Balenciaga Blue and White Triple S Leather Sneakers. They cost around INR 59,465/- © Farfetch Who knew an outfit could bring people together, outside a KJo movie?
  2. Few weeks ago, the Indian cricket team was having a hard time coming to terms with their shambolic defeat at Lord's that pushed them closer to yet another Test series defeat in England. But, while the Englishmen were busy basking in a potential series rout of the visitors, the Indian team worked hard and took the field in the third Test with much-needed resurgence. The result - a 203-run win - was hard to swallow for the hosts, and absolutely delightful for the Indian fans back home. All the mistakes from the previous games were corrected: openers scored runs, batsmen looked more responsible with their improved technique and the bowlers adequately backed their side with impressive spells. For a team that was staring down the barrel, Team India made a resounding comeback to stay alive and set the premise of what turned into an exciting five-match series. But, winning one game is one thing, and then going on to win the series after being 0-2 down is another - a feat only achieved by Sir Donald Bradman's Australia back in 1936-37. Reuters But, if there's anything we've learnt from this Virat Kohli-led new crop of Indian cricketers, it is arguably their sheer will to prove the naysayers wrong. And, that same vigour was in full display on the first day's play of the fourth Test in Southampton. After winning the toss, England captain Joe Root - once bitten, twice shy - didn't think twice before deciding to bat first. You see, he had underestimated the Indian side at Trent Bridge when he thought his bowling unit can bowl them out after he opted to field first - a mistake that proved pivotal in his side's doom in the third Test. But, sadly for Root and home fans, the decision once again came back to haunt England. Eager to get off to a solid start on a surface that was being labelled as the "best batting track of the series", the hosts suffered an early blow in Keaton Jennings who made to look as if he has never played cricket before. "He's bowled a boomerang" Jennings simply can't get to grips with the swing from Bumrah and goes for 0. Watch the fourth #EngvInd Test.#Bumrah #ENGvIND #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/CXRRJPmz5w — sk blood _earaga (@Earaga_sk) August 30, 2018 After opening the bowling for India, Jasprit Bumrah - the man who'll not be picked by Michael Holding as his team's opening bowler in England - cut a sorry figure for Jennings on arguably one of the best deliveries in Test cricket in recent times. Not the one to retaliate with words, Bumrah let the ball do the talking as his ravishing in-swinger completely bamboozled the England opener who was eventually adjudged LBW in only the third over the game. The right-arm seamer came close to picking his second wicket in the fifth over, but the demons of 2017 Champions Trophy final came back to haunt him and India. Root was trapped in front of the stumps, but umpire Bruce Oxenford wasn't convinced. Since, it looked really close, Kohli had no hesitation in going for the review, but in the end it didn't matter as the replays clearly showed Bumrah overstepping at the crease. While Root and England had a sigh of relief, the Indian team and their fans - with bad memories of Fakhar Zaman's match-winning ton in the Champions Trophy final - feared the potential damage Bumrah's no-ball might cause. But, it didn't matter - thanks to Ishant Sharma. Watch : Ishant Sharma Traps England Captain Joe Root In Front Of The Wickets. #IshantSharma pic.twitter.com/UTw2941k6U — MS Dhoni (@MSDhoni7__) August 30, 2018 For someone who has been out of favour in limited-overs cricket, Ishant couldn't have found a better cricketer than Root to make him his 250th victim in the longest version of the game. Making full use of the swing on offer at Ageas Bowl, Ishant got the ball to nip back in sharply and Root got struck on the pads once again. The England skipper reviewed umpire Kumar Dharamsena's decision, but to no avail. The 13th over saw Bumrah producing his magic once again, only this time, it was poor Jonny Bairstow. Included in the fourth Test as a specialist batsman with Jos Buttler expected to carry out wicketkeeping chores, there was nothing special about Bairstow as he tickled the ball through to Rishabh Pant behind the stumps. If Bumrah and Ishant were busy weaving the magic with the ball, Hardik Pandya - who shocked everyone with his fifer at Trent Bridge - took just 13 balls to make his presence felt in the fourth Test. The Baroda seamer got Alastair Cook to poke one outside the off-stump as the ball edged off his bat and went straight into the hands of Kohli at third slip. Reuters Reeling at 36/4, Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes tried to hold fort for England. But, their resurgence was broken by Mohammed Shami who lured Buttler in for a drive on a fuller delivery, only to extract an edge off his bat that allowed Kohli to take his second catch of the game. Shami struck again in the 35th over and once again sent a crucial batsman - Stokes - back into the hut. At the time of writing this article, England - who were tipped to wrap up the series in the 4th Test by loudmouth James Vince - were six wickets down for a mediocre total of 139 runs in 51 overs at Tea on Day 1. Theirs is currently a state that not many would have imagined, but such has been the performance of Indian bowlers that the fancied hosts just can't catch a break. While many lauded Team India for a spectacular turnaround at Trent Bridge, they still had serious doubts over the visitors' abilities to carry on the momentum and win the five-match series. Though it's way too early to say that India will win the 4th Test (let alone the series), but the Kohli brigade has surely made their intentions pretty clear with a spectacular performance on Day 1 at the Ageas Bowl.
  3. Most of us have dreamt of reaching for the skies at some point in our lives. While some of us have had the chance to turn that dream into a reality, the rest of us are still moving forward on our journeys. However, regardless of where one stands on their respective journeys or which leg of the story remains to be discovered yet, one has to overcome a zillion hurdles before they can cross the finish line. Instagram Though at times somewhere along the way a few of our comrades give up on their dreams in the face of testing challenges, there still remain a few who continue to strive against all odds and keep moving forward. The following account you're about to read is about one such young lad who has been a massive inspiration to hundreds of young Indians for displaying sheer will of character and hard work to turn dreams into reality. This is the story of Indore's homeboy Madhusudan Patidar and how he toiled hard to become the youngest Indian to climb the Mount Everest via North Ridge. He even has a world record of being 'the first person to stay on Mt. Kilimanjaro's summit for 22 hours' to his name. Rooted In Passion Instagram A resident of Rau in Indore, Patidar comes from a middle-class family of lesser means but great dreams, and an earnest hope to live a reality carved out of hard work, sincerity and faith. He is a Fire Technology engineer by degree but an avid mountaineer by profession and lives by the motto 'ain't no mountain high enough'. It all started when he was in 7th standard and went on an excursion with his father. By the end of that adventure he'd fallen head over heels with the aspect of rock climbing and his heart was soon set on scaling the mighty Everest. Instagram In no time, his love turned into an obsession and Madhusudan went on to get himself enrolled for the basic course of mountaineering from Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering, and then later, for the advance course from Himalayan Mountaineering Institute. Facing Those Challenges However, scaling up those mountains came with their own set of challenges. Madhusudan had to struggle real hard in order to arrange Rs 35 lakhs for his training and lack of funds forced his family to sell off their house and even mortgage his mother's jewellery. Instagram Even the government turned a deaf ear to his requests for financial aid. Patidar's applications found no takers in either the Department of Sports and Youth Welfare or in Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan. Undeterred, Madhusudan approached his friends and neighbours who came together to invest in his dreams. Living The Dream On May 21, 2017, Patidar—fondly called MP's Mowgli—successfully climbed atop the Everest and became the youngest Indian to reach there via the North Ridge. He later named 21st May 2017 his 'Dream Day'. Instagram Later that year on 18th December, he went on to earn the feat of climbing atop Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa. Not only this, he opted for the toughest Western Breach route to reach the Kilimanjaro summit and once there, he decided to attempt something unprecedented. He spent a record 22 hours on the summit and made it to the Guinness Book of World Records! Eyeing Newer Heights Having successfully checked two out the seven highest peaks he has on his list, he's excited than ever to take on his next expedition and move closer to his ultimate goal. From losing a part of his finger to frostbite to losing a team member to a gorge during the climb, Patidar has been witness to numerous challenges and hardships but eventually come out of them with flying colours! Instagram He has given the country many reasons to be proud of him and the youth of the nation an inspiration to learn from. We are really happy to be sharing his story with you and would love to hear your thoughts on it too.
  4. Tiger Shroff has carved a niche for himself in Bollywood already, not with the family name that he was bestowed with, but with his immense talent. He can kick-ass and perform stunts like no one's business, his acting is also gradually wining him accolades, but it is his insane dance moves that make his social media followers and fans gape in awe. Forget dance, wish i could walk like him! #Myð! #mjreload #foolingaround #bts #soty2 A post shared by Tiger Shroff (@tigerjackieshroff) on Jun 18, 2018 at 1:49am PDT 1 year ago â¤ð our small tribute to the king #munnamichael #invincible #immortal #oneyearofmunnamichael @sabbir24x7 @nidhhiagerwal @nawazuddin._siddiqui @vikirajani A post shared by Tiger Shroff (@tigerjackieshroff) on Jul 21, 2018 at 12:23am PDT Remember how Hrithik Roshan set every screen on fire with his dance moves, specially in the 'Main Aisa Kyu Huun' number? Seems like Tiger has taken the mantle of 'King of Flexibility' in Bollywood now. His recent video where he is seen dancing to Salman Khan's popular track 'Aksa Beach' from 'God Tussi Great Ho' is now going viral, because even though it is an old number, no one thought that Tiger could infuse life into it like this and give it a new twist! Love jamming with this champion, trying one of his choreographies #â¡â¡â¡ #workinprogress #ð @swainvikram @piyush_bhagat A post shared by Tiger Shroff (@tigerjackieshroff) on Jul 23, 2018 at 2:00am PDT Talking of beaches, it is safe to assume that this beachy vibe dance is inspired by his beach vacations, which he takes in plenty. No that's not a yoga pose but its relaxing and it should be ð #internationalyogaday A post shared by Tiger Shroff (@tigerjackieshroff) on Jun 21, 2018 at 7:32am PDT Son of a ð A post shared by Tiger Shroff (@tigerjackieshroff) on Jan 1, 2018 at 1:19am PST On the work front, Tiger is basking in the glory of his recent hit 'Baaghi 2' and will now be seen in Karan Johar's 'Student Of The Year 2' . âªSo excited to be a part of the #SOTY2 fam and to be in school again. ð¤ð⤠âª@karanjohar @punitdmalhotra @apoorva1972 @dharmamovies @foxstarhindi #studentoftheyear2 A post shared by Tiger Shroff (@tigerjackieshroff) on Apr 10, 2018 at 10:35pm PDT He is also on a personal high these days because as per reports, he has bought a 8BHK house in Mumbai worth crores and will be shifting in next year.
  5. In what has been an incredible tournament for Croatia thus far, they ensured that they would make one last trip to the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Sunday, as they were the deserved winners against England. While a lot was expected of the 'Golden Generation' of Croatia, no one quite expected them to reach the finals, while playing some of the most exceptional football we've seen in this tournament. While, the likes of Luka Modric, Ivan Rakitic, and Mario Mandzukic have been the driving forces for Croatia, a relatively lesser-known Ivan Perisic's performances have gone under the radar. However, Perisic's performance against England proved that the Croats aren't called the “Golden Generation” for no reason, as he played a decisive role in his team reaching the final. © Reuters Ivan Perisic is a rare combination of seemingly mutually exclusive physical qualities. His physical appearance would give the impression of a lanky footballer, but he possesses tremendous pace, strength and a vicious left foot. At his best, Perisic combines all these traits almost perfectly and plays exhibition-like football. Luckily for us, Perisic was in full form as he saved his best display of the tournament for one of Croatia's biggest matches in their history. After a meek first half, Perisic began bombarding down the right-hand side as he became the attacking outlet of his side. All long balls, either from Lovren in defence or Modric in midfield were directed to him. Moreover, he was a constant menace to all English defenders, as he kept switching flanks and made runs inside towards the centre, thus making him impossible to mark. © Reuters However, his breakthrough moment came in the 68th minute. Just as England were looking too stubborn to break, Sime Vrsaljko floated a cross in from the right, which wasn't particularly aimed at Perisic. However, he escaped his marker in the box and got in ahead of Kyle Walker, to guide the ball into the goal with his heal. While there were doubts about the legitimacy of the goal, as Perisic had raised his foot too high in the air, it was certain that his goal was the result of an exceptional piece of skill, that not many could pull off. Perisic did not stop there, as just 4 minutes later, he was on the end of a loose ball that fell to him, as a result of a mistake made by the English defenders. He once again outwitted Walker as he performed a stepover on him, and shot at the goal only to be denied by the post. Perisic frowned as he knew what the margins were. However, despite the miss, he had managed to take the game into extra time. © Reuters And that is when he made his most crucial contribution. With the match deep into extra time, Walker cleared Ivan Strinic's cross which went high into the air. However, his kryptonite of the day, Perisic headed the ball into the path of Mandzukic, who netted the ball home. His first assist of the tournament was the most crucial one in their history. After such a thunderous performance, he becomes so much more important to Croatia in the final. France possess ample quality on the wings themselves, and Perisic will be key in nullifying that threat. However, whatever the outcome on Sunday, Perisic has given us a performance that he will be remembered for.
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