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  1. Mumbai Police has always had its Twitter game on point with its creative and witty tweets to spread awareness on social issues. The interesting thing is they use pop culture references and funny memes to put forth advisory messages which is, TBH, the best way to get people to actually listen. They are relatable and fun, and can even reach a larger audience. This time too they have done it right. Mumbai police has now used a reference from a popular web series, Dark, to send out an essential advisory message. It is basically a note of caution that everyone should follow to stay safe in the current situation, especially when the COVID-19 cases are increasing on a daily basis.Taking the creativity to another level, they shared an image with a message which contains a reference from the German science fiction thriller series Dark. Here, take a look: Question - Is it okay to share masks? Answer- Absolutely not. Itâs a #Dark habit pic.twitter.com/kiTsdBlIpR â Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) July 2, 2020 Emphasising on the importance of staying safe and not sharing masks, they wrote, âIs it okay to share masks?â Then they added the answer, âAbsolutely not. Itâs a #Dark habit.â Well, it sure can turn dark as there is a high probability of catching infection if we share the mask we are wearing with someone else or use theirs. People on Twitter took notice of their creativity and flooded the post with appreciative comments. I just love the @MumbaiPolice media team. Great ideas â Sandeep Dutta (@jeddidahsam) July 2, 2020excellently conveyed haha. Thank You Saviors â Ketaki Kets (@Kets00100) July 2, 2020Mumbai police is lit!! â Rohit Agrahari (@Rohit_Agrahari8) July 2, 2020witty ð» â apurva chavan (@apurvac43441230) July 2, 2020Whoever's Handling the Mumbai Police's Social Media is very cool. Loving the tweets & posts! â Pooja Daya (@pooj_daya) July 2, 2020Superb creativity â£ï¸ â GOPI (@GOPI68649810) July 2, 2020Sharing is not always caring! pic.twitter.com/3g9vxp9rCY â Funny Molecule (@tweeetbro) July 2, 2020Well, one thing is for sure - talking about important issues should not and does not need to be boring. And thatâs exactly what Mumbai Police is doing. Kudos to them for their creative posts over the years! View the full article
  2. As the world continues to struggle with curbing the spread of coronavirus, we have been hit by two successive jolts that have left the country in shock and grief. Irrfan Khan and Rishi Kapoor, though very different in their approach to the craft of acting, have left voids that canât be filled by others. And while we were still grieving the legends by revisiting their masterpieces, we came across a poignant video on YouTube, where Irrfan Khan talks about life, death, spirituality and much more. © YouTube/Anand Gandhi Uncanny as it may seem now, as soon as the conversation starts, Irrfan brings up the topic of death - trying to understand Asha Jadejaâs perspective on whether death is beyond understanding. Asha Jadeja is the wife of Rajeev Motwani, who was one of the first advisors of Google. Asha offers a rather interesting insight on how she coped with her husbandâs death by looking out for signals. © YouTube/Anand Gandhi The conversation freewheels into how the society has become consumeristic and drifted away from spirituality with some profound insights from Irrfan. Citing an example from his childhood, Irrfan explains how the epiphany struck him that he was a mere device of all the information and influences around him and how we are all, as a society, designed to work like that. What stood out for me though and can really give anyone goosebumps is the way Irrfan wraps the conversation up: Irrfan says, âSometimes we have the audacity to understand reality. Thatâs the energy which has created you - you cannot look back and understand it. Itâs unknowable and you should be easy with that uncertainty and the unknowable. We have this sense of being, but we are nothing. Maybe the consciousness is experiencing itself through us.â Though eerie to see him talking about life and death, the note on which he ends this video not only gives some solace in dealing with his loss, it also comes as some much-needed reflection amidst these testing times of isolating from the world. View the full article
  3. She wrote, if only humans understood each others pain, the world would be a better place for it.
  4. The Coronavirus cases in India are dismally increasing and to fight it the lockdown has been extended to May 3rd. People are now stuck inside their house for another few weeks but thatâs the need of the hour to stay protected from the virus. To cheer the people up, Assam Police personnel were seen celebrating Rongali Bihu on road. The video shared by ANI news agency has gone viral on the internet and their high spirits cannot be ignored. ANI took to its Twitter and wrote, âAssam: Traffic Police personnel in Guwahati celebrate #RongaliBihu during Coronavirus Lockdown. They say, "We extend our greetings to everyone on the occasion. Please stay at home in this lockdown. If we stay healthy only then will we be able to celebrate Bihu." Checkout the video here- #WATCH Assam: Traffic Police personnel in Guwahati celebrate #RongaliBihu during Coronavirus Lockdown. They say, "We extend our greetings to everyone on the occasion. Please stay at home in this lockdown. If we stay healthy only then will we be able to celebrate Bihu." pic.twitter.com/xXFVuFb2uU â ANI (@ANI) April 14, 2020 The 40 second long video clip has already been viewed over 12K times on Twitter. In the video officials can be seen singing and dancing while wearing face masks and gloves to celebrate the festival. One of the officers can also be beating a â dholâ . © BCCL The people on the internet are finding the video entertaining and thanked the personnel for their high spirits. Hereâs what they have to say- Yayy. Happy Bihu to all my Assamese friends â Hydroxychloroquine_ð¦ (@Sambit_Speakss) April 14, 2020 Lol police officers rn - pic.twitter.com/fchcyqpo4D â the jadoo guy (@thejadooguy) April 14, 2020 True. Happy Bihu. Great enthusiasm â Dr. S Chaudhuri (@orgchemskc29) April 14, 2020 Yeah.. Fascinating, normal life of police jawan couldn't celebrate any festival, here's they are celebrating for people those are under #Lockdown2 https://t.co/asJPLr1han â Sharma'S (@Schudhir) April 14, 2020 Indeed. Public motivation with enjoying, celebrations festival, Thanks a lot's !! â Mahesh Hans (@HansMahesh) April 14, 2020 The number of Coronavirus cases in India has surpassed the 10K mark, so far and across the globe two million people are infected with the deadly virus. © BCCL In order to protect the people from the pandemic, PM Modi urged the nation to stay at home and adhere to the lockdown regulations. View the full article
  5. The Pakistani actress posted the video on social media to create awareness about the deadly coronavirus
  6. The actress took to Instagram to share a video in which he spoke about coronavirus outbreak
  7. In what, initially, began as a cause of concern for China, the novel Coronavirus has now become a major threat to mankind. As of today, a total of 1,45,686 cases of COVID-19 have emerged across the globe, claiming the lives of 5,436 individuals. Owing to the contagion and unavailability of vaccine or specific antiviral treatment, the fast-spreading virus, similar to influenza, has got the world on lockdown. It's spread to countries like Italy, Iran, United Kingdom, the United States and Australia, amongst others, have led to travel restrictions, quarantine camps and curfews. While the countries continue to battle the epidemic, COVID-19 has also handed a major blow to the sporting world, leading to the suspension of leagues and cancellation of sporting events. © Reuters The National Basketball Association (NBA) had its first Coronavirus victim in Utah Jazz star Rudy Gobert. Italy's famed Serie A saw Juventus star Daniele Rugani testing positive for the deadly virus. The English Premier League found its first case of Coronavirus in Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta. Similarly, the world of cricket suffered a scare when New Zealand's Lockie Ferguson was put in isolation following complaints of a sore throat. With India joining the other unfortunate nations who're currently battling the epidemic, Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli delivered an inspirational message to cricket fans across the globe. Taking to Twitter, Kohli tweeted: "Let's stay strong and fight the #COVID19 outbreak by taking all precautionary measures. Stay safe, be vigilant and most importantly remember, prevention is better than cure. Please take care everyone". Let's stay strong and fight the #COVID19 outbreak by taking all precautionary measures. Stay safe, be vigilant and most importantly remember, prevention is better than cure. Please take care everyone. â Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 14, 2020 Given the situation at hand, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has also taken preventive measures lately. The Board called off the remaining two One-Day Internationals (ODIs) between India and South Africa. And, it also took a key decision of suspending the much-anticipated season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) till 15th April. View the full article
  8. "Main aadmi hun, aadmi se pyaar karta hun..." Yes, I am going to address the elephant that's always been in every room in India- homosexuality, as our society has always had issues with love and even more when itâs about same-*** relationships. As Ayushmann Khurrana says in his latest movie Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, we have seen legendary love stories like that of Romeo and Juliet but no one has seen or set an example for a relationship between two homosexual individuals. View this post on InstagramHomosexuality ka ilaaj kyun dhoondhte hain log? Homophobia ka kyun nahi? Kal aa rahe hain aapke paas. #ShubhMangalZyadaSaavdhan on 21st Feb. Jeetega pyaar. Seh parivaar.A post shared by (@ayushmannk) But now, we have an example to look forward to. Kartik aka Ayushmann and Aman aka Jitendra Kumarâs new jodi in SMZS is, without a doubt, the best thing we have seen in a long time. Director Hitesh Kewalya, who has dealt with such a sensitive subject with both simplicity and maturity in the movie, has intelligently portrayed through Ayushmannâs character, that homosexuals have to fight every day, but there is no fight harder than the one with your family. View this post on InstagramLove Express jald hi sabhi theatres me pahuchegi.. apni tickets book kara lijiye..ð¤ð¤ #shubhmangalzyaadasavdhaan #favpictureA post shared by (@jitendrak1) What are people in love looking for? Nothing but acceptance from their families and loved ones. In SMZS, you see a middle-class family struggling to accept the fact that their son is gay. You have Gajraj Rao as Shankar Tripathi and Neena Gupta as Sunaina Tripathi, who are convinced that their son has some sort of 'disease' that can be cured after he gets married to a kanya. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@gajrajrao) When we meet Kartik and his boyfriend Aman, they are already in love and living together in Delhi. Things change for the two when they go to Allahabad and Amanâs father Shankar sees them kissing. The director has also captured the feeling of apparent 'disgust' that most parents or the society has after seeing two homosexuals in a relationship. View this post on InstagramPitaji sab jaante hai! ð #ShubhMangalZyadaSaavdhan ð¬ â¥ï¸ @smzsofficialA post shared by (@gajrajrao) The movie, more than talking about homosexuals, addresses homophobia which, in itself, is a rather interesting take on the whole discussion. Homophobia is so deep-rooted in our society and the director show this perfectly in a particular scene, wherein Tripathi stages a religious ârebirthâ ceremony to ânormalizeâ his son and cure his bimaari. As Simran and Raj had to fight for their love, Kartik and Aman too have to ask for their rights. Itâs interesting to see that Hitesh used the Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge template to make people realize that gay relationships are as same as the straight ones. I wonât tell you the entire story because this will take away from you the sheer delight of watching this movie on the big screen. Ayushmann has delivered one more masterpiece and he will keep you hooked with his performance as Kartik. While conversing with MensXP, he had said, âWe proudly call it the first commercial movie based on homosexuality. But at the same time, we have to tread a line so that we can be more accessible to the masses and especially the regressive audience. It's not an easy film and it's tricky because it's a movie based on a family that eventually finds out their son is a homosexual.â But, the real show-stealer for me is Jitendra Kumar as Aman, as he is relatable and will keep you glued to the movie until the end. He is effortless as an actor and itâs refreshing to see him on the screen. Jitendra and Ayushmann have real chemistry and their moments together bring authenticity to the message that the movie is trying to deliver. View this post on InstagramKartik-Aman ð³ï¸âð #shubhmangalzyadasaavdhan #filmfare2020ðâ¥ï¸ððððºA post shared by (@jitendrak1) Both Gajraj Rao and Neena Gupta have done a terrific job but I somewhere felt they were under-utilized as actors. However, they add their own tadka to the movie and for that, I am going to give them brownie points. What didnât work for me was how the director spent too much time with Aman and his family issues which somewhere takes away from the lead and their message. View this post on InstagramA family that poses together, slays together! #ShubhMangalZyadaSaavdhan ð¬ â¥ï¸ @smzsofficial @gajrajrao @neena_gupta @Jitendrak1 @manurishichadha @sunita_rajwar @maanvigagroo @pankhuri313 @neerajsingh5852 Written and directed by @HiteshKewalya @aanandlrai @cypplofficial @bhushankumar @tseries.official @tseriesfilmsA post shared by (@ayushmannk) The movie has its own high and low points but itâs surely worth a watch as it takes guts to talk about something which is still not accepted in the society. View the full article
  9. Ayushmann Khurrana is on a roll with his upcoming movie Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan. The film is based on homosexuality and it shows how a gay couple is trying to convince their family and society to accept their relationship. View this post on InstagramWICKED GAMES. . . @ayushmannk spells dope like no other. Promoting his next film at Big Boss, wearing: Jacket: @anujmadaanofficial Trousers: @gstarraw @gstarraw_india Boots: @celine . . Styling @ishabhansali Photos @kunalgupta91 Assisted by @nishthaparwani @_samidha_ . . #futuristic #checks #boots #celine #mensfashion #ayushmannkhurranaA post shared by (@ishabhansali) This is not the only time Ayushmann has picked an unconventional subject but take his debut movie, for example, Vicky Donor that openly spoke about sperm donation which, in usual a scenario, would be frowned upon. While Ayushmann's movie choices have been so eccentric, even his fashion game hasn't taken a backseat. He is edgy, cool and super versatile when it comes to his ensembles, courtesy his stylist, Isha Bhansali who has time and again put together some zany looks for him. View this post on InstagramWave Maker. ð . . @ayushmannk promotes his film at the Kapil Sharma show. Wearing: . . Riveted Track Suit: @kanikagoyallabel Pride Slogan Tee: @saisonclothing High-tops: @cl.india @louboutinworld Socks @balenziasocks . . Styling @ishabhansali Photos @kunalgupta91 Assisted by @nishthaparwani @_samidha_ . . Ayushmann managed by @disasterdsouza @yashrajfilmstalent Hair @mohdjaved7639 Makeup @hinaldattani #pride #tracksuit #christianlouboutin #blue #mensfashion #ayushmannkhurranaA post shared by (@ishabhansali) Recently, for the promotions of his movie, the actor effortlessly made a statement in a quirky jacket and oversized joggers. When you look at this ensemble, it looks quite subtle, but deep delve into it, and you would see the style speaks louder than just the aesthetics. Take a look here: View this post on InstagramGRACE ANATOMY. . . @ayushmannk promotes his film in this relaxed look. Wearing: Outfit: @six5sixstreet Shoes: @gucci . . Styling @ishabhansali Photos @kunalgupta91 Assisted by @nishthaparwani . . Ayushmann managed by @disasterdsouza @yashrajfilmstalent Hair @mohdjaved7639 Beauty @hinaldattani . . #grey #colourblock #streetwear #streetfashion #mensfashion #ayushmannkhurranaA post shared by (@ishabhansali) Ayushmann is wearing an oversized fit jacket by Six 5 Six Street. The slogan at the back says 'Send money, not Nudes.' It also has a toll-free number. The brand has a collection named Trap Money which includes some zany styles with quirky slogans. View this post on InstagramGRACE ANATOMY. . . @ayushmannk promotes his film in this relaxed look. Wearing: Outfit: @six5sixstreet Shoes: @gucci . . Styling @ishabhansali Photos @kunalgupta91 Assisted by @nishthaparwani . . Ayushmann managed by @disasterdsouza @yashrajfilmstalent Hair @mohdjaved7639 Beauty @hinaldattani . . #grey #colourblock #streetwear #streetfashion #mensfashion #ayushmannkhurranaA post shared by (@ishabhansali) Even his joggers, for example, speaks volumes about the whole concept of Trap Money! Isha Bhansali, Ayushmann's Stylist says "Letâs face it. Nudes are overrated and thereâs no such thing as too much money." View this post on InstagramGRACE ANATOMY. . . @ayushmannk promotes his film in this relaxed look. Wearing: Outfit: @six5sixstreet Shoes: @gucci . . Styling @ishabhansali Photos @kunalgupta91 Assisted by @nishthaparwani . . . #grey #colourblock #streetwear #streetfashion #mensfashion #ayushmannkhurranaA post shared by (@ishabhansali) Besides his ensemble, even his super chunky sneakers deserve a double dekko. He is wearing overly chunky sneakers by Gucci. These sneakers have ridged rubber sole, lace-up front and silver-tone hardware. Unlike other chunky sneakers, this one is super edgy and the rugged effect adds more to its construction. Be it Ayushmann's script or sartorial choices, we know one thing for sure that he isn't a big fan of the mainstream. Whatever the message is, only he can knock it out of the park. Hats off! View the full article
  10. Ever since the makers of Taapsee Pannuâs Thappad dropped the trailer, a debate on domestic violence has been initiated and people have appreciated the actor for talking about something which everyone has been taking for granted. After watching the trailer, many people said that the movie is only talking about domestic violence but Taapsee begs to differ as according to her, the movie talks about a lot of other things too. âThe film is not just about domestic violence. It is just one trigger. There is a dialogue in the film which says 'I can suddenly see all the unfair things that I did not notice earlier'. So Thappad (slap) is a trigger and suddenly you see these things that were taken for granted in a relationship," Taapsee told PTI in an interview. She added that through the movie, they are trying to bring out the elephant in the room. âIt is like there is a (separate) to-do list for both women and men that is expected from them in a relationship. Who decided this? Did you just blindly follow what was told to you? It is not a mistake of any one person but of everyone as a society that we are trying to normalize it," Taapsee said. View this post on InstagramKya yeh bas itni si baat hai? Kya pyaar mein ye bhi jayaz hai? Yeh #Thappad Ki pehli Jhalak hai! #ThappadfirstlookA post shared by (@taapsee) When asked about the setting of an upper-middle-class family in the movie, Taapsee said it was a conscious decision to keep it that way as domestic violence is not only restricted to uneducated people. âIt is not that such things happen in those houses where people are uneducated, this happens in educated families as well. It is happening with three women out of five," she said. âWhen you are growing up you are told to follow certain things. But with age, as I became independent, I realized I am working as hard as a man of my age and I am earning well, maybe not more, but I can run my house like any other man. So why are rules different for me? I should not do certain things because I am a woman, why? When you start becoming independent, you become confident and start questioning things,â Taapsee raised valid questions targeting society. Taapsee Pannu plays the role of Amrita, a wife who moves court to seek divorce after her husband slaps her at a party. However, everyone, including her parents, questions her move saying it's a 'trivial' matter. Hereâs the trailer: The movie, also featuring Pavail Gulati, Dia Mirza, Ratna Pathak Shah, Tanvi Azmi, Kumud Mishra, and Manav Kaul, is set to hit the theatres on February 28. View the full article
  11. Vikrant Massey, who has charmed the audience with a slew of diverse roles, is now trying something different yet again with his upcoming movie, Chhapaak. He will be seen essaying the role of Amol, the life partner of Malti, an acid attack survivor played by Deepika Padukone. In one of the interviews during the promotion of the movie, he was asked about how can acid violence be eradicated from society, to which he said that parents should give sensible schooling to their sons and tell them to accept a woman's no as a no. © Fox Star Entertainment “There is a different kind of upbringing we give to the son of the house than the daughter, where we do not teach a little boy how to accept rejection. Later, it turns into an ego issue. In most cases of acid-violence, the boy throws acid on a girl when she rejects his marriage proposal,” Vikrant told IANS. View this post on Instagram Those in love don't mind the #NokJhok. Where there is love, there is forgiveness. . . . @deepikapadukone @meghnagulzar @foxstarhindi @_kaproductions @mrigafilms @zeemusiccompany @shankarehsaanloy @siddharth.mahadevan #Gulzar A post shared by Vikrant Massey (@vikrantmassey87) on Dec 17, 2019 at 8:55pm PST He went on to add, “The first step to stop the crime is to change the upbringing, and parents need to take that step. Boys need to learn to accept 'no' for an answer and (realize) why consent is of utmost importance. The right kind of parenting can build a progressive society I guess.” Well, that's quite a strong statement indeed that Vikrant has made. Calling on men to bury their egos and accept a woman's rejection, Vikrant wants men to know that throwing acid just to seek some sort of revenge is nothing short of barbaric and inhumane, and has no place in our society. © Fox Star Entertainment Coming to the movie Chhapaak, it is trying to start a conversation on acid attacks showing the life of real-life survivor Laxmi Aggarwal on the big screen. Deepika Padukone will be seen stepping into the shoes of Laxmi in the movie. Here's the trailer: Directed by Meghna Gulzar, Chhapaak is slated to hit the screens on January 10. View the full article
  12. From spending his childhood in Pakistani refugee camps to becoming the captain of the Afghanistan cricket team, from bowling on small streets of Jalalabad to representing his nation in the ICC World Cup 2019, Rashid Khan's success story is nothing short of emotional and rich with narratives. And even though his capabilities as the best T20I bowler in the world and his rise to stardom on various leagues all over the world show how talented of an athlete the 21-year-old really is, he believes that it was only because of the kind of sacrifices his family made that he was able to make all his dreams come true. © Reuters While there are no two ways about the fact that Khan's career is the product of his efforts and relentlessness that he has shown towards mastering his craft, he credits his father and his brothers as the biggest influence on his game. Unfortunately in 2018, when Rashid was in Australia, playing in the Big Bash League, he got the news that his father, his greatest role model was no more. He was the man who gave up his own dreams and desires just to watch his son grow in life and Rashid will never forget that. © Reuters “It was tough. I lost my Dad, the one who is very close to us and to my family. He really supported us – he struggled a lot while giving up (a lot) with how he (raised) us. He was always watching my games, he didn't understand cricket a lot but he just was always asking my family how I had done,” Rashid Khan had told India Today last year when the news finally broke. It has been one year since the leggie lost his father and he continues to remember all the tough times and hardships his old man had to go through to raise an entire family. Reliving his happy days with his idol, this is what Rashid Khan tweeted: Your lovely advice and sweet corrections can't be forgotten.I still feel your presence around me each time I am about to take every step in my life. You are part of my success story and I hope you remain happy even in death.1st Year Death Anniversary #lMissYouDad #RIP — Rashid Khan (@rashidkhan_19) December 30, 2019 “Your lovely advice and sweet corrections can't be forgotten. I still feel your presence around me each time I am about to take every step in my life. You are part of my success story and I hope you remain happy even in death.1st Year Death Anniversary,” he wrote. His fans from all around the world also wished Rashid's father a peaceful rest. A proud father's Proud Son...His blessings n love will always be with you..RIP to himð Stay Strong Mr. Khan — Uzair Ghaxii (@UzairGhaxii) December 30, 2019 Allah aapke abba ji ko jannatul firdos me makam naseeb farmaye — @salmanahmed (@salmana97825655) December 30, 2019 May his soul Rest In Peace and Allah grant him junnat ul firdaws. ðð½ — Siyar The Great (@Siyarized) December 30, 2019 A proud father's Proud Son...His blessings n love will always be with you..RIP to himð Stay Strong Mr. Khan — PRIYANKA MISHRA ð®ð³ (@prisanya12) December 30, 2019 May you feel the love and support of Adelaide at this time @rashidkhan_19 . Prayers for you. — KJB (@KBlaskett) December 30, 2019 I feel your pain - it's my first year without my Mum and it hurts but I am positive he would be so proud of you - you are the type of role model that any parent would love to see their kids look up to ð — Alley Kat Krys (@crazy_duckling) December 30, 2019 View the full article
  13. Indians are going through a lot right now with all the CAA protests. The situation is so out of hands now that even the international media is a little shook. Everyone across the globe has been sending out positive message for Indians. On the same lines, DJ Snake who performed at Sunburn 2019 Music Festival in Goa last night also urged Indians to stay strong and united. © Sunburn DJ Snake, for those of you who don't know, is an international artist from France and he's super popular across the globe. During his performance last night at Sunburn, he urged Indians to spread love and peace among each other and not get caught up in all the hate that's been spreading across the country. He said, “I love you India... the whole world is watching you. No matter where you are from... whether you are from east or south...no matter what your religion is... just be together and stay united.... So do not listen to TV, radio or what any politician is saying. Just spread love and peace” © Sunburn As someone who was there at the performance in front of the main stage, it felt surreal. He gave the message towards the end of his set and there couldn't have been a better end to it. I mean, a headliner artists spinning out banger sets and ending with such a relevant and positive message - what else can you ask for? After the final track, he ended his set by thanking everyone. “Shukriya everyone for calling me to this beautiful country. We all are a family,” he said. © Sunburn Sunburn festival has returned to its home this year in Goa. We still have two more days worth of performances left with more artists like The Chainsmokers, Flume and Martin Garrix waiting to join tonight and tomorrow. View the full article
  14. Miley Cyrus on Saturday shared a song on Twitter with a powerful message for those feeling lonely this Christmas. The singer posted the video of an old song which she had written about how it's like when you are feeling over the festive period. The video of the song accompanied a caption that read, "A sad Christmas song I wrote a few years back right before the holidays. Was feeling like s*** cause I couldn’t be with the one I loved. Even with a house full of family and friends I still felt alone...." The singer then went on to console all those who are feeling what she felt at the time of writing her Christmas song. "In ways that still feels relevant and someone reading this right now could possibly relate! If you feel lonely this season just know YOU ARE COMPLETELY MADE OF MAGIC! You are as special as a snowflake , beautifully unique and I hope inside your soul feels light, hope , peace..." she wrote in the second tweet. She reassured her fans that regardless of what they might be going through "love always wins".
  15. Hrithik Roshan writes emotional message to fans sharing a picture of his heartHrithik Roshan recently took to his Instagram to post a picture of an actual heart with the most endearing message, dedicated to his fans. The actor went on to write...
  16. “Hum aapki khubsoorti ka raaz hai, aapke sarr ka permanent taj hai,” - yes, the narrator is talking about your hair and the very quirky voiceover by Vijay Raaz, in the beginning, sets the whole mood for Bala, and you are assured that what you have signed up for is not some half-baked dish. Amar Kaushik's new movie, which highlights the ordeal of a prematurely-balding young man, asserts on how our society is obsessed with one's appearance and almost neglects everything else, irrespective of how one is from the inside. Interestingly, the movie kills two birds with one stone as it's not only talking about the woes of a man who has lost his hair at the age of 25 but also targets the unhealthy obsession with fair skin, particularly for women. From attacking age-old, bizarre 'solutions' that help you make your hair grow back (like applying cow dung on your head!) to how fairness creams are being sold by luring darker-skinned people, the movie touches all aspects of our society's obsession with 'looking beautiful', without paying heed to the cost it comes at. © Maddock Films Ayushmann Khurrana, who we know by now has a knack of picking out-of-the-box scripts, shines bright once again in Bala. He is the perfect fit for a script like this, as his character is convincing and relatable. A man consumed by self-loathing and his continuous hair-loss makes him even more miserable and he desperately looks for a permanent solution to get back the perfect hair that he had in his childhood. How would you react if you were the hottest person in the school because of your hair and cut to the present, you are struggling to keep a lush mane on your head. It's pretty common knowledge that men are obsessed with their hair and premature balding is a subject which was neglected earlier but now, the movie is trying to create a healthy discussion around this matter © Maddock Films Khurrana adds a certain vulnerability to the character and makes a point to convey the message with some well-written dialogues in the movie. In the movie, Bala falls in love with a TikTok sensation Pari (Yami Gautam) who is only obsessed with looking good all the time (in a way, the movie also attacks the whole social media culture). Following a failed attempt to tell Pari the truth about his wig, the two get married and when Pari discovers the truth, her reaction is just epic. Truly, Yami has done a brilliant job and you will end up feeling mighty impressed by her work. © Maddock Films As I mentioned earlier, the movie has also dealt with how our society tends to look down upon darker-skinned women. In the movie, it's through Bhumi Pednekar's character, Latika that the director touches upon this much-talked-about, but often neglected issue in our society. Bhumi doesn't believe in outer beauty but focuses on the idea of accepting the real you. But somewhere, I feel the movie had more potential in terms of showing the predicaments faced by the dark-skinned people in our country. Well, I cannot really complain here since the movie is about premature balding and still, they have tried to incorporate this issue. The movie boldly attacks the idea of using fairness creams that promote the concept of fairness being equivalent to being beautiful. © Maddock Films All the three leads have given their messages loud and clear but it's always the supporting cast that helps the lead actors shine. In Bala, we have an ensemble cast that includes Saurabh Shukla, Abhishek Banerjee, Seema Pahwa, and Javed Jaffrey. They help in bringing the extra laughs and have given justice to their roles and somewhere, without them, the movie wouldn't have been this interesting. © Maddock Films Now, moving to technicalities, the movie's music and score blends perfectly well and glides smoothly with the narrative of the movie. It has been shot pretty well and there are no such bumpy rides in the film. To sum it up, Bala is a light-hearted comedy that hits the bullseye with the message being loud and clear, which is to accept the real you and overcome the fear of body shaming. Takla, Nata, Mota, Patla, Gora, Kala are just tags and they don't define the real you. Bala is a must-watch indeed and I strongly recommend you to check it out at the earliest. View the full article
  17. Amitabh Bachchan marked his debut on the big screen with the film Saat Hindustani, which released on November 7, 1969. Ever since, there has been no looking back for the megastar. Till date, he continues to entice his fans every year with his amazing performances on the big screen. As the icon completes 50 years today in Bollywood, his son Abhishek Bachchan's sweet message for his dad is winning the internet right now. Abhishek wished his dad on Twitter by sharing a lovely throwback photo of them and penned a heartfelt note. He wrote, “Not just as a son, but as an actor and a fan, we are all blessed to witness the greatness! There is so much to admire, to learn and even more to appreciate. Several generations of cinema lovers get to say we lived in the times of BACHCHAN!!! Congratulations Pa on completing 50 years in the Film industry. We now await the next 50!” Not just as a son, but as an actor and a fan... We are all blessed to witness greatness! There is so much to admire, to learn and even more to appreciate. Several generations of cinema lovers get to say we lived in the times of BACHCHAN!!! pic.twitter.com/TQAJY3Hrfw — Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) November 7, 2019 Congratulations Pa on completing 50 years in the Film industry. We now await the next 50! Love you. @SrBachchan #50yrsofSaatHindustaani#50yrsofBachchan#GiveItUpForBachchan — Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) November 7, 2019 Goes without saying that Big B has been and is a major source of inspiration to many of his fans, so, naturally, social media was flooded with messages and wishes for the legend: Heartiest Congratulations Sir @SrBachchan for Completed #50Years in Indian Film Industry ð¹#50YearsOfAmitabhBachchan JI & #50YearsOfSaatHindustani ð¹ Sir you are Idol & Inspiration for all of us ð pic.twitter.com/ofZBD7nKcN — Beejal Bhatt (@BeejalBhatt) November 7, 2019 7th Nov 1969 #50YearsOfSaatHindustani #50YearsOfAmitabhBachchan ....The one and only Shahenshah of Cinema and our Hearts ♥ï¸ #DadaSahebPhalke Award winner, PadmaVibhushan #AmitabhBachchan ji ...you are the soul of Cinema...the Pride of Indiað®ð³ love, Respect, salute pic.twitter.com/lY7vTgYDIS — Amit Nadkar (@NadkarAmit) November 7, 2019 Not just as an actor, as a human being also. He raises the bar so high for empathy, selflessness and compassion...long live ABðð¼ðð¼â«ï¸â«ï¸â«ï¸ @SirjiKiSmiley — ðSr.Bachchan ki MAD Punjðanð¹ (@1mgupta) November 7, 2019 So true...and even beyond his incredible acting...he's a great human being. — Gayatri Vasudeva Yadav (@GayatriPYadav) November 7, 2019 Big B will be next seen in the film titled Gulabo Sitabo, alongside Ayushmann Khurrana. Meanwhile, Abhishek has been in news for his polite response to a troll who taunted him saying the actor is 'unemployed'. A Twitter user said, “What do you call a person who is happy on a Monday? Unemployed !". To which Abhishek had the most dignified response, “Nah! Disagree. Somebody who loves doing whatever they are doing." On the work front, Abhishek was last seen on the big screen in 2018 in Anurag Kashyap's film, Manmarziyaan (2018) with Taapsee Pannu and Vicky Kaushal. Well, his fans are looking forward to seeing him back on the silver screen again, soon. View the full article
  18. There was a lot of discourse going on regarding Karva Chauth yesterday, but well, millions of people celebrated the festival, including Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas. Since it was Priyanka's first Karva Chauth as a married woman, it must have been pretty exciting for her and she was all decked up for it at a Jonas Brothers concert as Nick is currently on tour. View this post on Instagram Karwa chauth at a @jonasbrothers concert. Definitely a first I'll always remember! ðâ¤ï¸ðð½ @nickjonas #karwachauth A post shared by Priyanka Chopra Jonas (@priyankachopra) on Oct 17, 2019 at 8:29pm PDT Now, Nick is very new to all this but as we have seen in the last year or so, he has fully embraced Indian culture and is almost always jamming to Bollywood songs. It wasn't a surprise to see even Nick all ready in his kurta, celebrating Karva Chauth with PeeCee. They both shared a few pictures, but Nick's caption for the pictures has now become a talking point online. His message about Priyanka, though quite sweet, is also pretty cheesy. My wife is Indian. She is Hindu, and she is incredible in every way. She has taught me so much about her culture and religion. I love and admire her so much, and as you can see we have fun together. Happy Karva Chauth to everyone! pic.twitter.com/ePlcFwWS6V — Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) October 18, 2019 Nick and Priyanka's PDA online has been at an all-time high ever since they got married and well, now this was a little bit too much for people and it's making people cringe. 'As you can see', people are loving the opportunity to call out the cringe. the “as you can see” is sending me https://t.co/hflmJ1OLY4 — Mithila Phadke (@PhadkeTai) October 18, 2019 Moreover, people are convinced that it Priyanka behind it all along. Yeh pakka Priyanka ne type kiya hai. https://t.co/517nsujgNj — El Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) October 18, 2019 Yep. Priyanka be like: Tweet ye kar rhe hai par shabd humare hai. — Ashutosh Ranjan (@im_ashu18) October 18, 2019 Couldn't agree more. Being married to each other is both of these people's ENTIRE personality https://t.co/9grtKHAfKa — nino ð³ï¸‍ð (@locomomos) October 18, 2019 Oh no. after reading "Hindu" caption : ð pic.twitter.com/RbKdNkizFQ — Pranjul Sharmað¼ (@Pranjultweet) October 18, 2019 Priyanka, give him his phone back. Ye pakka Priyanka ne hi tweet kiya hoga ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ — Swathi Bhattar (@swathieb) October 18, 2019 I still think Nick Chopra is the superior name. well said, nickunj joshi — Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) October 18, 2019 Everyone's there to help. well said, nickunj joshi — Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) October 18, 2019 Bohot ho gaya, Priyanka. Now give the phone back to Nick — Desi Mosambi (@FrankSantraa) October 18, 2019 People are ready to change his name. Meanwhile yogi ji:- isko naam aaj se nisikant joshi — à¤à¤®à¤¿à¤¤ भà¥à¤¯à¤¾ बिहार वालà¥...(à¤à¤¾à¤¸à¥à¤¸)ð´ï¸ (@amit_kr_ammu) October 18, 2019
  19. The Indian cricket team began their ICC World Cup 2019 journey on a high with a brilliant and a tactically sound victory against Faf du Plessis' South African team, handing them their third straight loss of the tournament and spoiling it for them even further. Led by an extremely lucky Rohit Sharma who managed to score his 23rd ODI ton while being dropped by the Proteas fielders on numerous occasions, Team India was able to get this victory with extreme ease and comfort. However, ahead of the match, while the Men in Blue were getting a lot of messages of good luck and positivity, there was one message in particular that caught our attention: YOU CAN DO IT! #WWEChampion @TrueKofi wishes @imVkohli, @msdhoni and the entire #TeamIndia all the luck and positivity! @ICC #INDvSA pic.twitter.com/ASGVgGYsqF — WWE (@WWEIndia) June 5, 2019 Well, it seems as if the WWE superstar and champion Kofi Kingston is a fan of Indian cricket and is rooting for Virat Kohli's Team India during the Cricket World Cup 2019 in England. “What's going on y'all, it is your WWE champion Kofi Kingston here with a very important message for the 'boy in blues',” said the athlete. “Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni and the rest of Team India, I want to wish you guys the utmost luck in the ICC cricket cup...” Kingston knows a thing or two about positivity. As a member of one of the most successful trios in WWE history, The New Day member put his body on the line every week in order to entertain his fans without complaining about the lack of opportunity for the greatest title in wrestling entertainment, he had experienced for more than five years. And then finally, when the opportunity presented itself to the in-ring performer, Kingston capitalised on it and became the WWE Champion by defeating Daniel Bryan at Wrestlemania 35 to fulfil his dream. Kingston's narrative resembles that of the Bleed Blue team who, with all their potential and qualities were waiting for the opportunity to win the cricket world championship for their nation for the third time and now that they have the opportunity to do so, are ready to capitalise. Indian fans of wrestling and cricket got to Twitter to reply to the 37-year-old high-flyer: Thank you ð𤠗 Shena brar (@imshena_) June 6, 2019 We did it in the first game..ðð®ð³ð®ð³ð — Abhishek (@abhi3627) June 5, 2019 We did it. — Vivek singh (@Singh_viveksi) June 5, 2019 We did it. — Vivek singh (@Singh_viveksi) June 5, 2019
  20. If you are big on travelling, you probably already know this, but in case you are not into travelling as much, you might have still heard lots of people say that the best time to visit Japan is during the cherry blossom season. Travellers from far and wide, who have had the chance to behold the country in all its pink glory during this season, will vouch for the fact that no artificially produced images and representations do justice to the beauty of nature's bounty in this sensory form. View this post on Instagram [Español debajo!] If you had to choose only one word to define Japan, what would it be? â£â£ I'd had to go with “Wonder”, the feeling of admiration and beauty , but also unfamiliarity. ⨠Every spring Tokyo seems to get prettier and prettier, and almost 3 years in, I'm still fascinated. ð¤©â£â£ I took this photo at Shinjuku Gyoen, among many others that are ready for you on my latest post- the first of Hanami Season 2019! ð°ð¸ Find out why I had to RUN FOR MY LIFE the first time I visited this park.ððð Link in bio.â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ Si tuvieras que elegir una sola palabra para definir Japón, cuál sería? â£â£ Yo eligiría “maravilla”, tanto por el matiz de belleza como por el de lo inesperado. ⨠Llevo casi 3 años aquí, y todavía me sorprendo! Especialmente en primavera. ð¤©â£â£ Hice esta foto en Shinjuku Gyoen, una de muchas que puedes disfrutar en mi nuevo blog post, el primero de mi serie Hanami Season 2019! ð°ð¸ Descubre por qué tuve que CORRER POR MI VIDA la primera vez que fui a este parque. ðððð Enlace en la bio!â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£ â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£â£ â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£ #hiddenjapan #japanphoto #japan_photo_now #japanesebeauty #realjapan #japan_view â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£ #bunnytokyo #japanlife #japon #lifeintokyo #japaneseculture #asiadiscoveryâ£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£â£ #cherryblossomsâ£â£â£â£ #japan_focus #japan_of_insta #japanð¯ðµ #hanami #sakura #è±è¦ #æ¡ #ð¸ #tokyolifeâ£â£â£â£ #shinjuku #shinjukupark #shinjukugyoen A post shared by BunnyTokyo ð°♥ï¸ Hop into Japan! (@bunnytokyo) on Mar 28, 2019 at 5:00am PDT In all honesty, we couldn't agree more. However, this year's cherry blossom season in Japan came with a unique twist of fate. The intricate pink blossoms bloomed sooner than their usual blooming cycle. Why? It is all thanks to the above average temperature during autumn last year, that is responsible for this change in their blooming clock. A report on 'Travel Leisure' suggests that higher than usual temperatures in 2018 is making the flowers bloom sooner than before in parts of the country. In simpler terms that means that climate change is impacting with the blooming cycle of cherry blossoms. View this post on Instagram Finally æ¡ãéè±ããð¸ Cherry petals covered the ground like snowflakes • • • • #mytravelgram #traveldiary #vacation #travelaroundtheworld #instatravel #wandering #igtravel #travelingram #picoftheday #explorer #travelgram #instapassport #holidayinspo #cityescape #awesomedestinations #travelporn #travelphotograpy #solotravel • #kyoto #sakura #japan #discoverjapan #japon #igerstokyo #æ¡#éè± #è±è¦ #hanami #cherryblossom #fioridiciliegio A post shared by ðº Elena Almici | ã¢ã«ãã•ã¨ã¬ã (@gypsy.elena) on Mar 28, 2019 at 11:19am PDT According to Japan Meteorological Agency Tokyo will see full bloom on 29 March this Hanabi or cherry blossom season. But that does not change the fact that no matter what it is that we care about, it's getting affected by climate change. From warmer summers and colder winters, to melting glaciers, rising seawater levels, sudden flash floods to wildfires, and of course species of flora and fauna getting extinct, the list in a long and disheartening one. This season's cherry blossom blooms are just a little reminder for us to take things a little more seriously and do something about it before it's too late, for our own sake if not anything else. There is still time, there is still hope. For now, take a look at the gorgeous cherry blossoms that have covered Japan in wonderful shades of pink! View this post on Instagram Cherry blossoms in Mount Fuji - Japan ð¸ Photo by: @capkaieda A post shared by Earth - Nature - Travel (@photos) on Mar 28, 2019 at 7:31am PDT View this post on Instagram Sakura in Tokyo, Japan ð¯ðµ • • • • • Follow @ibizadvisor_amazing_places Follow @ibizadvisor_amazing_places Follow @ibizadvisor_amazing_places • • • • #travel #traveller #travelling #travelblog #travelblogger #travelbloggers #photography #Landscape #lanscapephotography #beautifulplaces #beautyoftheworld #beautifulworld #travelgram #touristspot #worldtraveller #luxurylife #wanderlust #globetrotter #sakura #cherryblossom #japan #tokyo #ibizadvisor #ibizadvisoramazingplaces A post shared by Ibizadvisor Amazing Places (@ibizadvisor_amazing_places) on Mar 28, 2019 at 6:40am PDT View this post on Instagram minobu cherryblossom ð¸ ãã¼ãã¨ããã«ã¯å¼·å¼ããªç¬ ã«ã¡ã©å¢ã§ãªã人ã«èãããã®ã§ãã ä»é±æ«ã¿ãªãã㯠ã©ãã«è¡ãã®ã§ããããï¼ðð #ç¦å²¡ #fukuoka #ãã㯠#èº«å»¶æ¡ #æ¡ #cherryblossom #ãã ãæ¡ A post shared by puraten10 (@puraten10) on Mar 28, 2019 at 2:10am PDT View this post on Instagram Shibuya - Tokyo, Japan . #Shibuya #Tokyo #Japan #nikon #street #d5500 #æ¥æ¬ #æ±äº¬ #æ¸è°· #sakura #blossom #cherryblossom #spring #flowers #hanami #ããã #æ¡ #è±è¦ #discoverjapan #explorejapan #instajapan #japantravel #japantrip #japan_vacations #nippon #traveljapan #visitjapan #visitjapanjp #art_of_japan_ #japanawaits A post shared by Trevor Dobson (@inefekt_japan) on Mar 27, 2019 at 5:23pm PDT View this post on Instagram L'abbiamo tanto aspettata, e finalmente è arrivata: la fioritura dei ciliegið¸ conosciuta anche come Hanami in Giappone. La città di #Osaka è stata una delle prime... e per questo abbiamo voluto dedicare un articolo a questo meraviglioso fenomeno! Vai sul sito di #pensagreeen e studia come organizzare il tuo viaggio in Giappone ðper il prossimo anno: potrai assistere dal vivo alla fioritura dei sakura! ðð¸ . . . #cheeryblossom #sakurað¸ #hanami #japanesehanami #fiorituraciliegi #wonderfullandscape #japanstyle #tokyoview #aroundtheworld #beautifultreasures #pinkmood #flowersofblossom #japanesephotography #japanfan #instajapan #tourofjapan #travellings #traveller A post shared by PensaGreen (@pensa_green) on Mar 28, 2019 at 11:08am PDT
  21. As a man, the very thought of being in constant and excruciating pain for days, every single month for the better part of my life, and that too because of no fault of my own, just sends chills down my spine. It goes beyond my imagination as to how women manage to get through the day while excelling at whatever it is that they choose to do, whilst suffering through such horror. But apparently, this man on Twitter clearly seems to understand their pain (https://www.mensxp.com/special-features/features/48030-how-far-have-indian-men-progressed-when-it-comes-to-menstruation.html) and even has an example of what exactly hurts more than that. Until women experience this, I don't wanna hear about period pains. pic.twitter.com/8Bgr7Ivyy6 — ð§¨â (@__sargee) March 15, 2019 So, just to get this man fact-checked on his comment, I showed his tweet to some of the brilliant ladies at MensXP, and this is how they reacted: “Hah. Okay, first of all, comparing the pain of getting one's knees scabbed to that of having your insides twisted every month is…well, pure garbage! Also, I would like to have this gentleman get his knees scabbed on a 'monthly' basis. If he is able to live through that, yeah, then I am ready to have an actual conversation with him.” - Marina Paulose, Senior Copy Editor. “I agree with him… only if he gets poked/punched on that bruise every month for four to five days constantly.” - Apoorva Sharma, Intern. “Could have agreed if the comparison was even remotely as sinister as the period pains. Come up with something better, then we will talk!” - Asmita Shaw, Intern. “Well, since the gentleman has never lived through hours of lower abdomen cramps, every single month close to 500 times throughout their life, I suggest he keeps his mouth shut. And if at all he needs a practical demonstration of what hurts worse, I am more than willing to kick him between his legs, because that's how bad period pains can be.” - Devlina Datta, Writer. Clearly, this man who goes by the Twitter handle '@__sargee', has zero knowledge of how unbearable these cramps can be and unsurprisingly, became public enemy number one on the social media site: pic.twitter.com/w4CVndKKed — Melisa Garcia (@MelisaG81561023) March 17, 2019 Why some people have to disrespect the woman, the mom that suffered to give them birth 𥺠— gameslister.com (@GameslisterC) March 16, 2019 Until men experience the involuntary pain of abuse, child birth and oppression I don't want to hear about little scrapes on knee. — ð¸A I D E Nð¼ (@Peachy_RM) March 15, 2019 I don't understand. Do you think women don't play sports, or women are invulnerable? What's the point you're trying to make here? I know that you're wrong, I just want to know how wrong. — Alexandra Erin (@alexandraerin) March 17, 2019 pic.twitter.com/b61TefOrYP — Bel, and a Flower ðºD-12 (@lepetitbel) March 16, 2019
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