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MC Sher & Moeen Bhai Are Having A 'Bohot Hard' Fashion Face-Off & We're Cheering For Both
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsEver since Gully Boy released, Siddhant Chaturvedi and Vijay Varma became household names that youngsters started looking up to, thanks to their stellar performances in the movie. However, let's take a moment here and remember who they spent a lot of time with - the one and only Ranveer Singh. Of course, it's only natural for them to take 'fashion' more seriously, and turns out, they've started doing it. © Instagram/itsvijayvarma 'Mc Sher' and 'Moeen Bhai' was just spotted at a screening, wearing super cool outfits - with the chillest ever vibe. © Viral Bhayani While Siddhant wore a statement black tiger sweatshirt from Kenzo, Vijay went the sporty yet classy route with a funky white sweatshirt. © Viral Bhayani We are in love with their choice of lowers and footwear. While Siddhant opted for a pair of khaki jogger pants with a pair of white sneakers, Vijay's ripped jeans and black boots proved to be playful, yet sophisticated. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani All we can say is, Baba seems to have trained them really well, and we can't see what they have to offer next. All the best, boys!
The thing that made 'Gully Boy' such a huge success is that it's a character-driven piece of cinema, where every character got its fair share of screen time, as well as importance in the storyline. Of course, all the actors gave their heart and soul to make it a success, and it happens very rarely in Bollywood. Out of those characters, MC Sher of course was able to win hearts as soon as he made his entry, but there is one more character that people remember and love, because of the sheer intensity and realism involved in its execution. The character of 'Moeen Bhai' was played by Vijay Varma with such honesty and grit, that it will be remembered by Bollywood for a very long time. Now, Vijay Varma's effortless screen presence has already made its mark, but did you know the man is just as effortless as a fashionista? Don't believe us? Here are 10 pictures that establish our claim. 1. Look at him teach us the true meaning of how to be cool in this pleated jumpsuit. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Feb 14, 2019 at 6:21am PST 2. Those pants. We rest our case. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Jan 24, 2019 at 1:49pm PST 3. Suited up for the ramp Gods. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Feb 26, 2017 at 9:33pm PST 4. As a showstopper. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Feb 2, 2017 at 1:06pm PST 5. 'Edgy' got a whole new meaning. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Dec 10, 2016 at 1:53am PST 6. This shade of brown and those shoes - who'd have thought? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Sep 16, 2016 at 3:48am PDT 7. The only word that comes to our mind is: 'Posh'. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Apr 20, 2018 at 10:43pm PDT 8. Part of a set but look how aesthetic View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Jul 20, 2017 at 8:28am PDT 9. Using a tie as a band? Why not? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Dec 15, 2016 at 11:34am PST All we can say is, Moeen Bhai FTW.
Ranveer Singh's 'Gully Boy' has turned everyone into a rapper, a skill people didn't know they had until they saw the movie. The latest addition in the list of 'talented yet lesser known' rappers is 'Dhadak' actor Ishaan Khatter. © Instagram While everyone is loving Murad (played by Ranveer Singh), MC Sher (Siddhant Chaturvedi) and Safeena (Alia Bhatt) from the movie, Ishaan's favourite character is actually Moeen Bhai (played by actor Vijay Varma) and he paid a tribute to his favourite character in the most kickass style possible. © Excel Entertainment Ishaan posted a video on social media today of his slaying the Moeen style rap and wrote, "Moeen bhai bole machao toh majboori thi, kya? In honour of one of my favourite films in a long time and Moeen bhai, one of @zoieakhtar 's best characters. Thank you @itsvijayvarma for making him a flesh and blood human being. @ranveersingh @aliaabhatt @siddhantchaturvedi @ozajay straight up gangstas." View this post on Instagram Moeen bhai bole machao toh majboori thi, kya? In honour of one of my favourite films in a long time and Moeen bhai, one of @zoieakhtar 's best characters. Thank you @itsvijayvarma for making him a flesh and blood human being. @ranveersingh @aliaabhatt @siddhantchaturvedi @ozajay straight up gangstas ð£ A post shared by Ishaan Khatter (@ishaan95) on Feb 20, 2019 at 7:56pm PST Well, now this is what we call a 'What a Wow' rap. Recently, actor Will Smith too was seen showering praises for Ranveer Singh, after watching 'Gully Boy'.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsFor those following cricket, the success of seam and swing bowlers in England should no longer be a surprise. Everyone knows how effective the English conditions are for seamers who thrive on swing bowling. Thus, when India began their tour of England, the venomous tracks offering assistance to fast bowlers was something we all expected. The scenario in the five-match Test series was no different either, as the likes of James Anderson and his buddies ran amok to secure an early 2-0 lead for England. The third Test saw Virat Kohli and his teammates returning with more intent and the result was an emphatic 203-run win- a triumph that slowly, but surely allowed Indian fans to dream on for a historic series win. But, who knew that it will be a battle of spinners that'll eventually decide the fate of the series. The crucial fourth Test at the Ageas Bowl saw the visitors carrying their momentum from the last game as they reduced England to 246 runs in the first innings. While Jasprit Bumrah bagged three wickets, the likes of Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami and Ravichandran Ashwin claimed two scalps apiece. But, as the game progressed, England spinner Moeen Ali began working his magic on a deteriorating surface that spelled doom for the Indian batsmen. © Reuters For a man who has been seen playing the second fiddle to Adil Rashid, Moeen went on to clinch a fifer, leaving the Indian batsmen in the wake of his majestic spin bowling. If it wasn't for Cheteshwar Pujara's gritty hundred, India wouldn't have managed to amass 273 runs in the first innings, especially when Moeen was spitting fire with his off-spin bowling. While Moeen's performance in the first innings surely dented India's chances, the visitors were still happy to see the assistance offered by the Ageas Bowl's surface to spin bowling. After all, they had their premier spinner Ashwin who almost propelled them to victory with his tally of seven wickets at Edgbaston. With the match becoming essentially a second innings battle, Kohli and the Indian fans were now waiting for Ashwin to weave his magic while using the surface to his advantage. There was a lot of rough- created by the follow-through of the quicks - around the right-hander's off-stump at the pavilion end, which was efficiently used by Moeen. And now, it was time for Ashwin to reap similar benefits. © Reuters But, at a time, when his side needed him the most, Ashwin didn't look in his element in the crucial innings. While Moeen was seen hitting the rough spots consistently, Ashwin failed to utilise them and was seen bowling wayward lengths while struggling for probing lines. And, Ashwin's figures of 1-84 in the second innings say it all. Ashwin's mediocre performance might have something to do with the groin injury that the Indian offie was nursing, but the fact that he was included in the playing XI made it imperative for him to deliver on a pitch, that looked good for spinners (at least for Moeen). On one hand, where Ashwin struggled to counter the England batsmen, Moeen carried his fine form from the first innings and once again wreaked havoc on the Indian middle-order in the final stages of the game. He dismissed a well-set Kohli after his delivery- once again bowled in the rough- looped off the pitch and took the glove of the Indian skipper before going straight into the hands of Alastair Cook at forward-short leg. © Reuters He struck again to dismiss young Rishabh Pant who still lacks maturity to deal with pressure in the longest format. And, then came the killer blow - one that surely put India out of contention at the Ageas Bowl. Moeen pushed Ajinkya Rahane back into the crease and got him plumb in front of the wickets. The tail-enders couldn't last long as England romped their way to a 60-run win and, in the process, sealed the five-match series. By the time Moeen was done with his carnage, he had nine wickets in his kitty at the expense of 134 runs against Ashwin's mediocre spell of 3-124. It was arguably Moeen's performance over the more distinguished Ashwin, that eventually served as a critical roadblock in India's dream of clinching the historic series win in England. And, while the experienced Ashwin lost the key battle to a man who, not very long, was considered a part-time spinner for England, the Indian cricket team- that was soaring high on confidence since their turnaround at Trent Bridge- eventually lost the war.