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While watching a magnanimous Hindi movie and those âlarger than lifeâ sets in a Dharma Productions movie look and feel good to the eyes, sometimes some of the best movies in the world are the ones which have none of those shenanigans and are downright simple. Here are six low budget movies which prove that you donât need money but talent and good scripts to make a good movie. 1. PinkOne of the most surprising hits which was made on a budget of over Rs 20 crore but ended up making over Rs 106 crore at the box office. A powerful movie which explains the importance of consent, this script taught men a better lesson than any big budget movie could have. 2. KahaaniTrust Vidya Balan to take a script and make it her own which means she needed no big banners to make money from a movie which was made on a budget of a mere Rs 8 crore but ended up doing business of over Rs 104 crores at the box office. 3. Vicky DonorAyushmann Khurranaâs debut movie was a super hit with the masses and while it had a budget of only Rs 15 crores, the well made movie ended up making over Rs 66 crores at the box office. 4. Khosla Ka GhoslaAn extremely brilliant movie starring Anupam Kher, Parveen Dabas and Boman Irani, this story is something which a lot of âdilliwalasâ will relate to. Made on a mere budget of less than Rs 5 crore, the movie didnât make a lot at the box office but continues to be a hit amongst the masses. 5. The LunchboxAn extremely simple story narrated beautifully and enacted wonderfully by Irrfan Khan and Nimrat Kaur. This movie was made on a budget of Rs 22 crore which is not a lot by Bollywood standards but yet touched a Rs 100 cr and made its mark at various international film festivals. 6. QueenThe movie which proved that Kangana Ranaut is basically the mitochondria of talent and can make anything work with her magic. The makers exclaimed how no big banner was backing up the movie and no actress was ready to work on a budget of Rs 12 crore but this movie touched the Rs 120 crore mark and swept all awards. View the full article
The biggest movie of month/year/decade is just a few days away and all the fans are so excited and hyped up for it, and so are the actors who are a part of Avengers and MCU. Everyone's gearing up for the movie in different ways, from coming up with different theories for 'Avengers: Endgame' to basically having meltdowns about the possible deaths. And some, very important fans are making parodies and making everyone laugh, maybe because this movie will for sure kill us. Jaze Phua turned the second trailer, the one that showed Tony back on earth and joining all the surviving Avengers in that hideous new white suit. Turning it into a 'Client Expectation vs Client Budget' meme, the low-budget video is actually very hilarious. It also reminds me of a low budget version of the 'Avengers: Infinity War' trailer from last year. There are so many great funny moments, I mean, look at the recreation of the plane! Literally everything going on in this gif. How they can - and should - rebuild Asgard. What is he even doing here? The chicken and obviously another creative moment. This is the moment that killed me, the fucking Nokia phone! They're doing Nebula dirty with that blue bag. This parody was so brilliant even Mark Ruffalo had to appreciate this, and yes, I agree, so much like the original, isn't it? Struggling to see the difference between these two #AvengersEndgame trailers ð¤ Brilliant work, @jazephua! pic.twitter.com/8d22vDdf4a — Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) April 8, 2019 Wholesome. THANK YOU @MarkRuffalo !!! â¤ï¸ Looking forward to see Professor Hulk! I mean Hulk in #AvengersEndgame https://t.co/HgpOXZ25Zs — Jazephua (@jazephua) April 8, 2019 That gif tho. pic.twitter.com/PEfmTYP9Oi — Zulkifli Zaid (@ZulkifliZaid) April 8, 2019 Oh wow. I apologize for trolling, Mr. Ruffalo, but I couldn't resist... pic.twitter.com/7P06ojokkz — ð±ï¸eagle: ð + ð¦ = ð¶ (@FlyLikeAB_Eagle) April 8, 2019 For sure. Guarantee you that Nokia axe is stronger than Stormbreaker pic.twitter.com/ewNGmGxsH3 — kevðâï¸ðð (@trillkevooo) April 8, 2019 What a meme! pic.twitter.com/obgFLgz1ic — Adasiah Marie ð±ð± (@Curious_Cat97) April 8, 2019 My exact thought process. This should be the trailer before the movie. Because we need to laugh before crying... Perfectly balanced. — Maríaâ¡ (@Caryl_83) April 8, 2019
I started my fat loss journey when I was in college due to two things. First was to stop being teased for the way I looked and the second one being that I wanted to prove a point to everyone that it is you who is in charge of your own fitness if you are really serious about it. A lot of college dudes give a very similar reason to not go on a diet and focus on fat loss. The reason usually is that 'I cannot diet as it is EXPENSIVE.' This is a stupid reason and in this article, I will show you that if you really plan things well, setting up a fat loss diet is not that expensive. If you are a college-going student, there is a good chance that you have a slightly active lifestyle. The diet given below of 1700 kcals will benefit almost anyone who follows it. Certain dudes will have to increase or decrease their calorie intake due to individual factors. © Pixabay Let's assume you go to the college in the morning from 9 AM to 3 PM. Let's break down your day into 3 meals and 2 snacks. Breakfast - 1 whole egg + 3 egg whites + 1 banana or any other fruit Lunch - A chicken sandwich + 1 cold coffee Pre-workout - Half a scoop of Whey protein + 1 fruit Post-workout - Another half scoop of Whey + 200 ml double toned milk Dinner - Soya/Chicken Pulav made with 150 grams of chicken or 75 grams of soya chunks and some veggies Here is a calorie, macro and cost breakdown of the meal plan mentioned above: And before you go ahead and brand this as expensive, one coffee at Starbucks costs 350 rupees. © YouTube A couple of bonus tips: 1. Do not waste your money on supplements. Read this piece. 2. Give sleep an equal priority as that can screw your progress. Read this piece to optimize sleep. Author bio: Pratik Thakkar is the co-founder and director of GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company. He is regarded as someone who will make it easy for you to understand the process by putting things in the right context and providing science-based recommendations for natural bodybuilding. You can reach out to him at email@example.com and follow him on Instagram and Facebook.