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  1. The ICC World Cup 2019 match between Virat Kohli's Team India and Sarfaraz Ahmed's Team Pakistan was a tale of two countries. While the fans of the Men in Blue saw some of their best cricketers such as Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli shine bright despite the cloudy weather of Old Trafford, Manchester, the supporters of the Men in Green were absolutely devastated by the way their side played on Sunday. WHAT AN INNINGS! India opener Rohit Sharma brings up his century off just 85 balls. How many more can he add to his tally from here? #TeamIndia | #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/j1z8OSoCf4 — ICC (@ICC) June 16, 2019 After winning the toss, Ahmed decided to bowl first with the hopes of surviving the clash against a mega team like India on a DLS method when they come in to bat in the second innings. What Ahmed failed to analyse was exactly how strong the Indian batting order is. Scoring a total of 336 runs in 50 overs, the Bleed Blue army gave a mammoth task to their opponents to follow up. Once Pakistani opener Imam-ul-Haq got dismissed off Vijay Shankar and the partnership between Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman was broken, thanks to Kuldeep Yadav, the task became impossible for them, despite the DLS method coming into operation. Team India's batting and bowling sides performed at the pinnacle of their potential and came up with an ideal outcome, defeating the Pakistani squad by a huge margin of 89 runs. One of the great supporters of the Indian national team, Mumbai Police tweeted, wishing them the best of luck ahead of the game. India, see green? Accelerate. Like you always do. #INDvsPAK #CWC19 #IndiavsPakistan pic.twitter.com/BlYJQiMbGA — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) June 16, 2019 “India, see green? Accelerate. Like you always do,” their official account tweeted. After pausing the game at least four to five times, Kohli and Co were finally able to seal the deal, registering their seventh victory against their cricketing rival on the World Cup platform, keeping their streak of being unbeaten against Pakistan alive. The Mumbai Police did a follow-up as soon as the match was over: Didn't we tell you, following the signals always helps? #IndiavsPakistan #INDvPAK #CWC19 #TeamIndia https://t.co/YprxiyiuQr — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) June 16, 2019 The Twitter handle wrote: “Didn't we tell you, following the signals always helps?” Looking for a platform to show their love for Team India and amusement from Team Pakistan, Twitter responded to Mumbai Police's roast: Mumbai Police steals the show... ððð — Aaya To Modi Hi (@KapsJosh) June 16, 2019 You guys are too good. Hats off to your SM tram — Sameer Gurav ð®ð³ (@SamGurao) June 16, 2019 Mumbai police you R always very creative ðððð Congratulations ð — Kamya Chawla :) (@chawla_kamya) June 16, 2019 Pakistan ko "Hara Diya"!!! — Rohit Narkhede (@R0H1T_N) June 17, 2019 Brilliant!! Salute to the Mumbai Police Forceð®ð³ — Hema (@ParekhHema) June 17, 2019
  2. The ICC World Cup 2019 match between Virat Kohli's Team India and Sarfaraz Ahmed's Team Pakistan was a tale of two countries. While the fans of the Men in Blue saw some of their best cricketers such as Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli shine bright despite the cloudy weather of Old Trafford, Manchester, the supporters of the Men in Green were absolutely devastated by the way their side played on Sunday. WHAT AN INNINGS! India opener Rohit Sharma brings up his century off just 85 balls. How many more can he add to his tally from here? #TeamIndia | #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/j1z8OSoCf4 — ICC (@ICC) June 16, 2019 After winning the toss, Ahmed decided to bowl first with the hopes of surviving the clash against a mega team like India on a DLS method when they come in to bat in the second innings. What Ahmed failed to analyse was exactly how strong the Indian batting order is. Scoring a total of 336 runs in 50 overs, the Bleed Blue army gave a mammoth task to their opponents to follow up. Once Pakistani opener Imam-ul-Haq got dismissed off Vijay Shankar and the partnership between Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman was broken, thanks to Kuldeep Yadav, the task became impossible for them, despite the DLS method coming into operation. Team India's batting and bowling sides performed at the pinnacle of their potential and came up with an ideal outcome, defeating the Pakistani squad by a huge margin of 89 runs. One of the great supporters of the Indian national team, Mumbai Police tweeted, wishing them the best of luck ahead of the game. India, see green? Accelerate. Like you always do. #INDvsPAK #CWC19 #IndiavsPakistan pic.twitter.com/BlYJQiMbGA — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) June 16, 2019 “India, see green? Accelerate. Like you always do,” their official account tweeted. After pausing the game at least four to five times, Kohli and Co were finally able to seal the deal, registering their seventh victory against their cricketing rival on the World Cup platform, keeping their streak of being unbeaten against Pakistan alive. The Mumbai Police did a follow-up as soon as the match was over: Didn't we tell you, following the signals always helps? #IndiavsPakistan #INDvPAK #CWC19 #TeamIndia https://t.co/YprxiyiuQr — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) June 16, 2019 The Twitter handle wrote: “Didn't we tell you, following the signals always helps?” Looking for a platform to show their love for Team India and amusement from Team Pakistan, Twitter responded to Mumbai Police's roast: Mumbai Police steals the show... ððð — Aaya To Modi Hi (@KapsJosh) June 16, 2019 You guys are too good. Hats off to your SM tram — Sameer Gurav ð®ð³ (@SamGurao) June 16, 2019 Mumbai police you R always very creative ðððð Congratulations ð — Kamya Chawla :) (@chawla_kamya) June 16, 2019 Pakistan ko "Hara Diya"!!! — Rohit Narkhede (@R0H1T_N) June 17, 2019 Brilliant!! Salute to the Mumbai Police Forceð®ð³ — Hema (@ParekhHema) June 17, 2019
  3. Here's something actually funny, although Mumbai police is not amused at all. Recently, while Hrithik and Tiger were on the sets a movie they're shooting for (the name isn't disclosed yet), Mumbai Police supposedly arrested two men who were suspected to be terrorists, from the set. © Twitter Well, the two men were shooting along with Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shorff and had stepped out to the cigarette shop in their shoot attire. When the locals saw them dressed like how they were, they panicked and called the cops. The men were casually strolling around, casually dressed like bombers, wearing bullet vests, when Mumbai Police was called for aid. © Twitter For a lot of people this story may come off as actually hilarious, but for the police it wasn't really funny because it wasn't true. The Mumbai police took to their official Twitter account and actually denied coming and arresting the two men from the film set. In their Tweet, Mumbai Police wrote: Mumbai Police has not picked up any such persons. Kindly verify facts. https://t.co/vGOi2X3dYi — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) 30 May 2019 But honestly, if this did happen: After an hour-long search operation, #Mumbai police arrested 2 men suspected to be terrorists, but later turned out to be extras on the sets of Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff's upcoming action film. #TV9News pic.twitter.com/o74uib9PQQ — Tv9 Gujarati (@tv9gujarati) 29 May 2019 It would have literally been the funniest peice of entertainment news right about now. But alas, the Mumbai Police did confirm no one was arrested, so we wonder what really happened then? Maybe they did come there when the locals called them in panic and after a thorough investigation, realised they were indeed not terrorists but the supporting cast of the film. Well, this only goes to tell us one thing. Don't believe everything you read on social media, even though it's the funniest thing you've read in the longest time!
  4. A couple of weeks ago, the Indian Premier League finished on a high with Rohit Sharma's Mumbai Indians winning the championship for a record fourth time. Lasith Malinga's final over heroics and an unpredictable bowling spell not only shocked Chennai Super Kings but also saved the match for the MIPaltan. With the stakes so high and the entire season on the line, players, team owners and fans from both sides were sitting at the edge of their seats during the final moments of the game. We even saw the MI team owner, Nita Ambani, chant her famous mantra just seconds before Malinga bowled that slower final delivery that won them the title. Curious as we were, we got in touch with Ambani's pandit, Chandra Shekar Sharma, to know whether the team and its owners received some supernatural assistance in the game and here's what he said: “It was a perfect stage for an IPL final with an intense feeling about the fate of the game, but I knew that Mumbai (Indians) had the potential to handle such a situation.” “We do the 'Chandi paath' ahead of every match and yesterday, we performed it during the entire match, until Malinga's final ball. It is lord Durga's 'paath' and is performed in order to enhance one's luck. It gives you the power and the energy to do something in the way that it was meant to.” So, it was obvious that we had to contact Pandit Sharma and know his thoughts on Virat Kohli-led Indian cricket team and their ICC World Cup 2019 journey, which begins 5th June 2019 against South Africa. Here's what he said to the MensXP Hindi team about India's chances of winning their third World Cup: "The expectation of winning the World Cup 2019 is very high if the Indian cricket team's performance, team bonding and planets and constellations are high.” "This colour is absolutely right for the Indian team with blue jerseys. This color is a symbol of the sky, which has no limit. It is very lucky for Team India,” he added. However, he clarified that the talks of planets and constellations are mostly for boosting the athletes' motivation and morale and that there is nothing more important than the Indian cricketers' hard work and efforts that they put in all year long which results in their success internationally. The athletes (and the fans) are free to choose to believe in it, or not. Pandit ji also put up a major disclaimer: “Do not take my words as a prophecy.” You can read the full interview, here.
  5. They say travelling broadens our horizons, and exploration is the most honest teacher in town. We wouldn't question that simply because we have personally witnessed, on multiple occasions, how exposure to new landscapes and cultures can transform people for good. We end up admiring the person they become, and whether we admit it or not, we wish to become like them in a lot of ways. Why? Because that kind of goodness never goes out of fashion, and here's proof. It had been just another family vacation for 19-year-old Malhar Kalambe, who was visiting Bali during the summer of 2017. The pristine beaches and clear water surrounding the Indonesian island left Malhar mesmerised until the bigger realities back home in Mumbai shattered Malhar's bubble. © Malhar Kalambe The beaches in Mumbai lay in a wretched state, and the disillusionment from this bigger ground reality hit him hard. He almost blamed the government and municipality, like most of us, and gave up on the situation. However, the damage had already been done, and Malhar simply couldn't move on from what he had witnessed. The Epiphany © Malhar Kalambe It was one such day, when he was sitting with his mother and discussing the sad state of Indian beaches, and wondering why it is so. “I was discussing the state of affairs with my mother and believed that perhaps it's because of the BMC and the government were not doing their job. That's when my mother suggested that if you feel so strongly about this, instead of complaining about it, do something about it. Clean the beach,” Malhar told MensXP. Malhar took up his mother's advice and decided to do something that would make a difference. That's how the Dadar beach clean-up came into existence. Malhar reached out to some of his school friends and together, they set to work. The Start Of A Bigger Movement - 'Beach Please' © Malhar Kalambe Malhar recalls the first time he headed to the beach for a clean-up, “The first time we went to the Dadar beach, we didn't even know that clean-ups should be taken up on the days of low tide. We got together one Sunday and headed to the beach. But due to the high tide, we couldn't do much. So we came back the following weekend and loved the results. That's when we decided to do this for the long haul. Over the next few it became a continuous process and soon turned into a movement.” That's how 'Beach Please' came into existence. The Journey Hasn't Been Easy © Malhar Kalambe Malhar admits that it's been a roller coaster journey. It wasn't easy for the then 19-year-old to convince the people or the BMC officials about the cleanup drive. It took him months to convince them and to be taken seriously by them. The next challenge was to manage the finances required to take the initiative forward. Since Malhar and most of his volunteers are students, and with no funds to back this initiative, all of them pool in their pocket money and arrange all the required props for the clean-up. © Malhar Kalambe Some days, they have over a thousand volunteers, while on other days it's not even a handful. Yet, regardless of the number of volunteers, their personal and academic commitments, Malhar and his friends made the decision to show up for the cleanup every weekend. No excuses. “It's been 88 weeks since we started, and we have never skipped a single weekend,” a proud Malhar shares. Up Next © Malhar Kalambe The Dadar clean-up turned out to be a huge success and caught the attention of lots of people. Over the last 88 weeks, 20000 odd people have been associated with the cause and 'Beach Please' has removed over 1000 tons of waste so far. But Malhar didn't just stop there. He decided to move to the very source where all this waste is collected. Mithi River in Mumbai, one of India's most polluted rivers, was next on his to-do list. © Malhar Kalambe However, it wasn't easy convincing his team to clean up the river, “It took me 3-4 months to convince the team. The reason being, 70% of the river bank is covered with small scale industries which directly dump their waste into the river. So here it wasn't just about plastic waste but included medical waste and chemical waste too. Open defecation in the area also posed as a major problem. But eventually, we took it up and started the Mithi river clean-up in November last year.” The Big Moment For Malhar & 'Beach Please' © Malhar Kalambe 'Beach Please' became Malhar's passion, as his love for the environment found a physical manifestation with it. A B.Com graduate and CA aspirant, Malhar's efforts earned one of the biggest recognitions in the country through UN India's V Award for change makers. “It was the first ever award I have won, and it was huge. You can only imagine how great that felt.” Malhar's parting words are most insightful. He says, “Awareness and lack of civic sense is our biggest flaw as a society. We keep blaming others/government. Whereas we also have to perform their own civic duties and pressurise the authorities to take ownership. Public participation is key, paying taxes is not enough, people have to step out and get their hands dirty if they wish to see a significant change. © Malhar Kalambe As for that one thing that each one of us can do to make our environment cleaner and better, he says, “Segregation waste at the source will solve 50-60% of the problem. Segregating the waste at home is the basic thing each one of us can take up at a personal level.” 21-year-old Malhar has come a long way and made “tonnes” of difference to the world. More power to you Malhar.
  6. When Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings were playing with all their might to clinch the IPL 2019 trophy; people watching the match live and the ones who were watching it on TV were busy crushing over this mystery MI fangirl. Haar Gye Koi Baat Nhi Pr Iska kuch pta chla kyað#MIvCSK #CSKForever #CSKvMI #MumbaiIndians #IPL2019Final pic.twitter.com/HeDXjlgpNi — Ravinaað®ð³ Aggarwaalð®ð³ (@RaveenaAgarwaal) May 12, 2019 While Mumbai Indians won the match and the trophy and are probably still celebrating their victory, this mystery woman from last night has become the internet's latest obsession, all thanks to the camera person who discovered her. In fact, the camera person should get a separate award for solely focusing on the girl, when the match was in its crucial stage. Ek trophy camera man ki bhi banti h New crush updated guys ðâ¤ï¸ #MIvCSK #CSKvMI #iplfinal2019 pic.twitter.com/toyIfuq5s5 — Desi Munda (@Desi_Mundaa_) May 12, 2019 Man of the series goes to Camera Man. ððð #MIvCSK #CSKvMI #IPL2019Final #IPLFinal2019 pic.twitter.com/0hlRgASC8l — Ajeet (@Kingofipl_dhoni) May 12, 2019 Honestly, making memes isn't the only thing people on the internet are good at. They are also good at finding out who the mystery girl is, just like they did with other IPL teams' fangirls. So, once again, people tapped into their inner Sherlock and found out who this girl is, who just couldn't stop cheering for Mumbai Indians. View this post on Instagram ð¤ A post shared by Aditi Hundia (@aditihundia) on May 6, 2019 at 8:16am PDT Meet Aditi Hundia, a model won the title of Miss Diva in 2018 and even led India in a competition in Poland. View this post on Instagram Make your passion your paycheck ð¥ A post shared by Aditi Hundia (@aditihundia) on Apr 3, 2019 at 9:47am PDT View this post on Instagram She chose herself because you refused to A post shared by Aditi Hundia (@aditihundia) on Jan 10, 2018 at 10:30am PST She also won the title of Miss Diva Supranational 2018. In fact, she is quite popular, well, at least now she is. View this post on Instagram Throwback ð¥ð @missdivaorg @misssupranational A post shared by Aditi Hundia (@aditihundia) on Feb 10, 2019 at 8:31pm PST View this post on Instagram Women with goals taste better ð A post shared by Aditi Hundia (@aditihundia) on Mar 19, 2019 at 10:57am PDT She started her modelling career from Jaipur, which is where she hails from. In fact, she got shortlisted for Femina Miss India 2017 and even won the title of Colors Femina Miss India Rajasthan. View this post on Instagram Secretly wishing for stars ð¸ð« A post shared by Aditi Hundia (@aditihundia) on Feb 22, 2019 at 6:43am PST View this post on Instagram 2019 smells like a lot of money and a real relationshipð A post shared by Aditi Hundia (@aditihundia) on Jan 18, 2019 at 9:32am PST Reportedly, Aditi is a huge cricket fan and her favourite cricketers are MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli. View this post on Instagram As the D-day is approaching in two days , yesterday I had a chance to interact with the jury of @misssupranational in a personal interview and this is what I wore ,a sari . As they say simplicity is the ultimate sophistication ðºð« Jewellery by : @curiocottagejewelry Styled by : @sheefajgilani Assisted by : @labelblive @twinklee11 #AditiHundia #MissIndia #MissIndiaSupranational #MissDiva #MissDivaSupranational #aditi4supra #India #RoadToMissSupranational #suprajourneytothecrown #Suprawoman #misssupranational2018 #HotelGolebiewski A post shared by Aditi Hundia (@aditihundia) on Dec 4, 2018 at 12:18am PST View this post on Instagram ð» A post shared by Aditi Hundia (@aditihundia) on Oct 10, 2018 at 6:31am PDT While people continue crushing over her, sometimes they often go overboard and make lives difficult for people on the internet. Just like what happened with Deepika Ghose, who recently opened up about the hate she got on social media after going viral as the RCB fangirl.
  7. Mumbai Indians, which is owned by Mukesh Ambani and Reliance Industries Limited, has become the most successful Indian Premier League franchise in the history of the league after winning their fourth title, one more than the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led team, Chennai Super Kings, whom, they incidentally beat in the final last night. While the game swung in favour of both sides during the two innings and was up for grabs until the final delivery of the match, the way in which the MIPaltan nabbed this victory, one can't help but wonder if there was a supernatural entity favouring Rohit Sharma's squad at the time of the need. So, we decided to have a word with the man who is the spiritual backbone of both the team and the team owners, Pandit Chandra Shekar Sharma, who specialises in 'personal coaching and lifestyle-motivational strategies and sharing deeper spiritual insights with the world' according to his Facebook Page. “It was a perfect stage for an IPL final with an intense feeling about the fate of the game, but I knew that Mumbai (Indians) had the potential to handle such a situation,” he said about yesterday's game. “They have a combination of everything. They have Jasprit Bumrah, who can do wonders during the death overs and they have a game-changer in (Lasith) Malinga and then they have the Pandya Brothers who can change the direction of the match in an instance.” When asked about Malinga's final delivery of the match which was much slower than anyone (even the batsman) would have expected, Pandit Sharma said: “After his first over, everyone was worried but Malinga has been in such a situation before as well. He is a renowned international cricketer and he knows how to play under pressure and that's what he did.” Unprecedented scenes from Hyderabad as @mipaltan became #VIVOIPL champs for the 4â£th time! Lasith Malinga showing his true class in the last over ð#MIvCSK pic.twitter.com/ZzVK0KHx5O — IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) May 12, 2019 We also asked if the team believed in following any specific ritual before the matches and here's what he said: “We do the 'Chandi paath' ahead of every match and yesterday, we performed it during the entire match, until Malinga's final ball. It is lord Durga's 'paath' and is performed in order to enhance one's luck. It gives you the power and the energy to do something in the way that it was meant to.” We even asked him about the famous chants that Nita Ambami chants whenever the team finds itself in some kind of trouble. Hello Nita Ambani can you please accompany India on the world cup tour!!! Just to do that!! #IPLFinal pic.twitter.com/yDmWU3FdRW — shilpi tewari (@shilpitewari) May 12, 2019 “That is her secret!” *laugh* “That is her belief. When you believe in something wholeheartedly, it does happen and that's exactly what she does whenever she is a bit nervous, that's it.” So, if you believe in what team owner, Nita Ambani puts her faith in or not, the fact of the matter is that it is working for Mumbai Indians, who now have another championship that they can place in their trophy room and can boast about. And hey, “if it ain't broke…”
  8. After a nail-biting match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings at Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, the IPL 2019 came to an end with Rohit Sharma's team lifting the coveted trophy for a record fourth time. That last-ball thriller was literally everything. © Twitter While Mumbai Indians fans are dancing with joy and celebrating this victory, others are busy debating whether the team members had anything to do with the victory. I know it sounds lame, but these tweets have people convinced that it's not Rohit Sharma or Hardik Pandya or Jasprit Bumrah, it's actually Mumbai Indians' owner Nita Ambani whose prayers made the team clinch the IPL 2019 trophy. © Twitter In case you missed it, a 'tensed' and praying Nita Ambani has now caught people's attention and has been doing rounds on social media, since last night. Nita Ambani was spotted praying in the later half of the match, especially in the last over and now that her team won, people want to know what 'mantra' she was chanting. Man of the match award goes to Nita Ambani #IPL2019Final #MumbaiIndians #IPL2019 #Mi #MIvsCSK #CSKForever pic.twitter.com/8peouvhHax — Atul Shinde (@atulshinde007) May 12, 2019 I doubt nita ambani does some black magic #IPL2019Final pic.twitter.com/oVrqfTu1Y1 — Ajinkya Narale (@narale_95) May 12, 2019 Nita Ambani's prayers were so powerful though. Can someone tell me what is on her hand at time of prayers? So I can also get one of those to rescue myself #MI #MIvsCSK #IPL2019Final — smit (@_smitmistry_) May 12, 2019 Nita Ambani during last overs!!#IPL2019Final#MIvCSK pic.twitter.com/qj1FQJEZLE — Hilarious Tweets ð¯ (@TrollAjithMemes) May 12, 2019 Ye hi vo mantra hai jo Nita Ambani bolte hai match me? — Intolerant Vivek... (@IntolerantVivek) May 12, 2019 Nita Ambani's mantra worked really well. — Riddhi (@Desi_Chokri) May 12, 2019 Frnds: aaj hum v baht aamer hote agar mereko ek mantra PTA hota toh! Me: konsa?ð Frnds: ye Nita ambani match k aage Jo mantra jaap ta hai! pic.twitter.com/lQsD1BIxMm — Rohan pal (@rohanpal636) May 12, 2019 Hit like if you think Nita Ambani prayer is more effective than any Baba and Guru.ð#CSKvsMI #MIvCSK #IPL2019 pic.twitter.com/D1VzyyUAzJ — Mohammad Rizvee Bhuiyan (@BhuiyanRizvee) May 12, 2019 Nita Ambani: Abhi Final me CSK ko khareed liya.. Bhagwaan, aapko kuch chahiye toh bolna..#MIvsCSK pic.twitter.com/26eIjaGv7w — Einstein Babuð¥ (@Einstein_Babu) May 12, 2019 Hello Nita Ambani can you please accompany India on the world cup tour!!! Just to do that!! #IPLFinal pic.twitter.com/yDmWU3FdRW — shilpi tewari (@shilpitewari) May 12, 2019 Although the video is old, but it's definitely relevant right now and people's reaction on this is pure gold.
  9. In what was arguably one of the greatest comebacks in the history of the tournament, a spirited Liverpool brigade outclassed famed Barcelona with a 4-3 (on aggregate) win in the UEFA Champions League semifinals and romped their way into the final. Trailing 0-3 from the first leg, Jurgen Klopp's men scored four goals to shut all the naysayers and lived up to their ever-improving reputation as one of the best teams in club football. On a night, where the famed trio of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho failed to breach Liverpool's defence, the home side were aided for their persistent hard work through strikes from Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum who scored two goals apiece. If overturning the improbable 0-3 deficit from the first leg wasn't enough, the fact that Liverpool pulled it off despite notable absences of Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, further earned them plaudits from all over the globe. © Reuters But, their sensational triumph wasn't the only thing that caught everyone's attention. In fact, one of the goals scored by Liverpool appears to have become a vital example for Mumbai Police to promote their road safety campaign amongst citizens. Having equalled the scoreline to 3-3 (on aggregate), the Reds punished Barcelona for their casual attitude in the 79th minute. Taking a corner kick, Trent Alexander-Arnold's clever thinking saw him quickly thumping the ball into the box before Origi smashed it past Marc-Andre Ter Stegen to pull off what eventually proved to be the winner. Be it the road to a final, or way back home - being distracted cost dear even to the mightiest. It can cost you dearly too. #SafetyGoals #LIVBAR pic.twitter.com/MizDdxNhSr — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) May 8, 2019 Mumbai Police, taking note of Arnold's clever goal that caught the Barcelona defence napping, used it in their post to create awareness. Taking to Twitter, Mumbai Police shared the video of the decisive goal and captioned it: "Be it the road to a final, or way back home - being distracted cost dear even to the mightiest. It can cost you dearly too. #SafetyGoals #LIVBAR". Their tweet might irk Barcelona fans, but it surely struck a chord with football enthusiasts in India. Hahahaha. @LFC you are being watched by the best. @MumbaiPolice @FCBarcelona #LIVBAR #championsleague @ChampionsLeague @MumbaiPolice have — Dextryl Ferrao (@Dextryl) May 8, 2019 Mumbai Police is Red! ððð¼ — Athar Kazi (@athar_kazi) May 8, 2019 Whosoever, individual or team is managing this handle, please take a bow.. M not even a @LFC fan, but the epicness on this tweet is beyond insane.. Relevant & Poignant message passed in a subtle, witty manner!! — Amit Khadikar (@AmitKhadikar) May 8, 2019 And India's best Twitter account goes to @MumbaiPolice ððâ¤ï¸ — Aditya Rane (@adiji) May 8, 2019 Tweet of the Day. — UCL FINALISTS 2019 (An) (@RoyalAnfield) May 8, 2019 Hahahaha epic ! Great one !@Sank990 @bombayquant @avnilesh @jai_118 @PremKJ — Aditya Nimje (@adityanimje) May 8, 2019
  10. I have been following 'The Kings' ever since they made their explosive entry into the popular US reality show 'World Of Dance' this year, and started blowing minds with their unbelievably high-octane choreography. Seriously, believe me when I say you have not seen anything like them before. It's like a mix of dance, martial arts, theatre, warfare, sorcery and a few more incredible ingredients which results in an epic routine, which on more than one occasion, has left the panel of judges clutching their hearts and throats. via GIPHY The panel, consisting of Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo and Derek Hough, has never shied away from showing their admiration for The Kings, who have been giving them a taste of Bollywood and India through their electrifying performances. via GIPHY It came as absolutely no surprise to me when The Kings made it to the finals of the show. But yes, it did take a while to process that the boys, who had shot to fame in the third season of 'India's Got Talent', had actually won the dance show and the prize money of a whopping million dollars! The 14-member squad aged between 17-27 collapsed in a heap on the stage and burst into tears as they were clearly shaken by the decision and couldn't believe what just happened. Hugs and tears were all around as the hip-hop crew from Mumbai made India proud on the international stage. via GIPHY Here are some of the best performances by The Kings on the show. Watch and marvel at their brilliance:
  11. The world of cricket isn't new to rivalries between the teams. Similarly, the Indian Premier League (IPL), too, has witnessed its franchises developing the rivalries over the years. But, no rivalry has managed to capture the imagination of fans than the one shared by Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mumbai Indians (MI). Both the IPL giants have won the title three times - a feat no other franchise has managed to achieve yet. And, if that's not enough, the fact that their clash pits some of the biggest names in international cricket against each other, further makes theirs a scintillating affair. Thus, when the first stage of the IPL fixtures were announced, everyone was circling the date i.e. 3rd April - the day two giants lock horns - on their calendar this season. While Chennai looks solid in their title defence so far (winning three consecutive games to occupy the top spot in the table), Mumbai have failed to match their rivals, winning just one and losing two games. Hosting Chennai today at the Wankhede stadium, Rohit Sharma's men will be eager to climb up the table (slightly higher than the seventh spot). © Twitter/@IPL On the other hand, three players from the Chennai brigade will be chasing their respective individual records as they aim to pin Mumbai in their own den. The likes of MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina and Dwayne Bravo will all be chasing individual feats when they take the field at the Wankhede stadium today. Talking about our 'Captain Cool' first, Dhoni is just two runs away from becoming only the second Chennai batsman (after Raina) to reach the 4000-run landmark. He has amassed 3,998 runs in India's cash-rich T20 tournament and could very well join his teammate in the elite list when he comes out to bat against Mumbai today. For Dhoni's good friend and teammate, Raina, clash against Mumbai presents an opportunity to the left-hander to complete 100 catches in the IPL. So far, Raina, who recently pipped Virat Kohli to reach 5,000 runs in the IPL, has taken 99 catches in the tournament and given his athleticism in the field, he is likely to achieve the milestone today. © Twitter/@IPL Last, but not the least, Bravo has been a key contributor to the Chennai brigade over the years. Thus, it is quite fitting for the Trinidadian cricketer gain the legendary status that will be fray against Mumbai today. Bravo is just one wicket away from becoming the first bowler to claim 100 scalps for Chennai in the IPL. For someone who has taken six wickets in three games this season, Bravo enjoys an excellent record against Mumbai. With 25 wickets to his name, Bravo currently holds the record for most wickets taken by a bowler against Mumbai. Going into what promises to be a pulsating encounter today, Chennai will need these three key players to step up if they intend to outperform Mumbai in their own den.
  12. Getting into prestigious institutions like IIT, and scoring a job by top global companies like Google, Facebook, etc., is a dream of almost all the aspiring engineering students in the country. But imagine how cool it would be if you get your dream offer for doing something that you're passionate about? Well, a 21-year-old engineering student in Mumbai just got lucky! © TOI Abdullah Khan, who's currently pursuing BE (Computer Science) from Shree LR Tiwari Engineering College in Mumbai, scored an offer from Google. How, you ask? Well, he takes part in many online programming competitions in his free time, and his profile apparently impressed the folks over at Google. So they ended up offering him a Rs. 1.2 Crore job at their HQ in London. According to the Times of India, Khan had to appear for a series of online interviews and a final screening at the London office before landing the job. He'll be working with Google's site reliability engineering team starting this September. His six-figure package at Google includes the base salary of Rs 54.5 lakh per annum, with 15 per cent bonus and stock options worth Rs. Rs 58.9 lakh over four years. In an email, Google officials mentioned that they had seen Khan's profile on the programming site, and they were looking for resources in locations across Europe. © Google Khan, on the other hand, noted that he wasn't expecting such an offer when he took part in these competitions. “I used to participate as it was fun. I did not even know that firms check programmers' profiles on such sites. I showed the email to my friend who knew someone who had received such an email in the past. I am looking forward to joining their team. It will be an amazing learning experience for me,” he said. What's more interesting is that he did his schooling in Saudi Arabia and moved to Mumbai only after class XII. He also tried getting into an IIT, but he couldn't manage to get in.
  13. There is a first time for everything and this time, Delhi Capitals (DC), surprised everyone by being the first team to post a 200+ total in the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League. Posting a mammoth total of 213 in their share of 20 overs, Delhi comfortably defeated the Mumbai Indians (MI) by 37 runs in their debut match of the season. But under the stardom of Delhi, a star performer for Mumbai got lost somewhere. Yes, we are talking of none other than Mitchell McClenaghan, who produced a brilliant bowling performance last night, to build the game for his team, but as we know that cricket is a team game, he couldn't do much on his own. © Twitter/IPL Taking out both, Prithvi Shaw (opener) and Shreyas Iyer (captain) by the fifth over, he did set a solid base for his team to make good on. Unfortunately, the middle-over bowlers, the Pandya brothers (Krunal Pandya and Hardik Pandya, Rasikh Salam and Ben Cutting couldn't hold on to the flying start provided by the Kiwi and gave away runs at a staggering rate, which led Delhi to this humongous total. And before he could make a comeback, Rishabh Pant had already settled in well and stole the show from the MI Paltan. Taking three wickets at the cost of 40 runs in his quota of four overs, the New Zealand pacer was the ace bowler for MI. It won't be wrong to say that he was quite relieved from the pressure as Jasprit Bumrah was in his corner. © Twitter/IPL But now, as we await the final update on Bumrah's injury which he sustained while diving to his left to collect the ball on the last delivery of the innings, McClenaghan would most probably have to carry the baton ahead as the season progresses.
  14. Arguably one of the most consistent teams in the history of the tournament, Mumbai Indians (MI) continues to remain a top contender going into the twelfth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Being the most valuable IPL franchise with a brand value of $106 million, MI always made sure that it stands on the expectations of their fans. They registered their name in the history books as they became the first team to win the IPL title for a record third time. Having a knack of making a comeback and winning matches, MI will certainly look forward to break their title-tie with CSK and bag their record fourth trophy. For their road to glory, here are the top five players to look forward too: Jasprit Bumrah Credit: Instagram - Mumbai Indians IPL is all about spotting Indian talent and giving them the platform, and Jasprit Bumrah is yet another prodigy of IPL. John Wright not only did MI favour but to the Indian Cricket, by spotting spotted the young gun in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy before drafting him into the squad. With time Bumrah has shown continuous improvement on both domestic and international level and now has become best bowler in the world. Being the second highest wicket-taker for MI last season, Bumrah will be all geared up to show his extraordinary skills for his home side once again. Rohit Sharma Credit: Instagram - Mumbai Indians One of the most successful captain in the league, Rohit Sharma, has profoundly proven his worth time and again. Playing an important role in all the title victories and bringing the team back from downfalls, Rohit has been a great tactician in his teams glorious run. Leading his team from the front, the right-handed batsman has the third highest runs in the history of the league and stands on the same position in his scorings of last season. Entering this season with quite a young team, Sharma ji would be expected to give a tough time to their title counterpart, CSK. Yuvraj Singh Credit: Instagram - Mumbai Indians Not having quite a season for the past few years, Yuvraj Singh still manages to get his name in the in Mumbai's list. We know its a long shot but one thing we all would agree with is that once this man starts hitting, there is no coming back for any team. We saw that short stint with both Delhi Daredevils (Delhi Capitals) and Kings XI Punjab in the past season where he performed in a few matches. Hoping to see vintage Yuvraj Singh back is a dream worth living, which not only entertains us fans but will also help in rejuvenating his career. Mayank Markande Credit: Instagram - Mumbai Indians The young leg spinner from Punjab has proved to be a big asset to the Mumbai Indians squad. Dodging the batsman with his unorthodox bowling style, he has impressed one and all with his consistency and his success in the last season. Bagging 15 wickets in 14 matches, Markande has more or less fixed his place in the playing XI. And the thing with leg spinners is that if they strike, they can take down the whole opposition within minutes, and we hope Markande does the same for MI. Hardik Pandya Credit: Instagram - Mumbai Indians The most stylish player in the MI dugout is known to be Hardik Pandya, but the most impressive thing about him is that he made sure that he never let his style affect his game and he even proved the same in the last season. Scoring a decent total of 260 in his 14 matches, he took everyone by surprise by taking 18 wickets and that too with the likes of Jasprit Bumrah, Mitchell Mclenegan and Mustafizur Rehman being in the team.
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    Arguably one of the most consistent teams in the history of the tournament, Mumbai Indians (MI) continue to remain a top contender going into the twelfth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). They won their first IPL title after defeating tournament favourites Chennai Super Kings (CSK) by 23 runs at the Eden Gardens in the 2013 edition. Their bid to successfully defend the title in 2014 was cut short after they crashed out of the tourney in the Play-off stages. But, the 2015 edition saw them repeating their 2013 heroics, defeating Chennai at Eden Gardens by 41 runs to claim their second IPL title. With two titles in three years, Mumbai didn't extend Chennai's hunt for the elusive third IPL title, but also established themselves as one of the teams to beat in the competition's history. With Chennai suspended in lieu to the spot-fixing case, Mumbai made full use of the absence of their arch-rivals and, in 2017, they claimed their third IPL trophy and became the first franchise to win three titles in the history of the tournament. The Mukesh Ambani-owned Mumbai side defeated Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) by one run in the summit clash to etch their names in the history books. © BCCL But, for a side that has won three titles, Mumbai failed to live up to the expectations of their fans. With eight losses in 14 matches, Mumbai failed to reach the Play-offs with just 12 points and a fifth-place finish to show for their efforts. In a bid to get back on track, Mumbai splurged Rs 7.60 crore at the 2019 IPL Auctions. Having retained their core players, Mumbai roped in Barinder Singh Sran (Rs 3.4 cr), Lasith Malinga (Rs 2 cr), Yuvraj Singh (Rs 2 cr), Anmolpreet Singh (Rs 80 lakh), Pankaj Jaiswal (Rs 20 lakh), Rasikh Dar (Rs 20 lakh) for the latest edition. Going into the new season, Mumbai looks balanced and well-settled in team composition. Mumbai have a lot to choose from when it comes to the top-order as the likes of Rohit Sharma, Surya Kumar Yadav, Evin Lewis, Quinton de Kock and Ishan Kishan are more than capable of getting their side going early on. The addition of Yuvraj and availability of Kieron Pollard should fix their middle-order woes that hampered their chances last season. In the Pandya brothers - Hardik and Krunal, Mumbai have fruitful all-round options. © BCCL The likes of Jasprit Bumrah, Mitchell McClenaghan, Barinder Sran and Jason Behrendorff should give them plenty of options to choose from for their pace attack. Their spin-bowling department might appear inexperienced, but Mayank Markande's success last season and his recent stint with Team India should have that area covered for Mumbai this season. With Chennai matching their feat of winning three IPL titles last season, Mumbai will be eager to surge forward with a potential title in the offering this season. Squad: Rohit Sharma (c), Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Krunal Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Quinton de Kock (wk), Ben Cutting, Jayant Yadav, Lasith Malinga, Anmolpreet Singh, Mayank Markande, Mitchell McClenaghan, Ishan Kishan (wk), Aditya Tare, Evin Lewis, Jason Behrendorff, Suryakumar Yadav, Adam Milne, Rahul Chahar, Siddesh Lad, Yuvraj Singh, Barinder Sran, Pankaj Jaswal, Rasikh Salam, Anukul Roy.
  16. Arguably one of the most iconic teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Mumbai Indians struggled to get going despite boasting of a star-studded in the early years of the tournament. The team was knocked out of the tournament in the league stages in 2008 and 2009, then came close to winning the title in 2010 before losing the final. The next two years saw them reaching the Play-off stages, but the IPL trophy was still nowhere in sight. Their hunt for the elusive IPL title finally came to an end in 2013 when they defeated Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the summit clash. Since then, Mumbai have claimed two IPL trophies in five years to notch up joint most title wins in the history of the competition. But, last season was far from what you'd ideally expect from a three-time IPL champion like Mumbai. © Twitter With eight losses in 14 matches, Mumbai failed to reach the Play-offs with just 12 points and fifth position to show for their efforts. One of the major reasons for Mumbai's downfall last season was their middle-order whose instability was thoroughly exploited by the opposition teams. The middle-order batsmen failed to step up in crunch situations which reflected in Mumbai's majority of last-over losses last season. But, there is nothing like learning from your mistakes and making necessary changes to avoid them in future. And, Mumbai did exactly that when they brought Yuvraj Singh at his base price of Rs 1 crore at the 2019 IPL Auctions. And, while many raised eyebrows at Yuvi's signing, Mumbai's director of operations, Zaheer Khan, believes his former teammate will have a big impact this season. Start your Monday by watching @YUVSTRONG12 walk down the Wankhede stairs and talk about the 2011 @ICC World Cup ðð#CricketMeriJaan #OneFamily pic.twitter.com/pNysQP5BPp — Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) March 18, 2019 "Bringing in Yuvraj in the squad has been a boost because of the match-winning ability he has. In our discussions leading up to the auctions, we had identified that we need experienced batsmen who can control the game in the middle. Since Rohit has decided to open, we need that experience in the middle order and who's better than someone like Yuvraj Singh," Zaheer revealed. ð£ "MI has done a phenomenal job in giving so many cricketers to #TeamIndia" ð®ð³ ð¹ | Full pre-season press conference: https://t.co/kERZNTZgC3#CricketMeriJaan @ImRo45 pic.twitter.com/74OkSlStQS — Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) March 20, 2019 With Yuvi in the fold, Mumbai will have an experienced campaigner who is more than capable of steering through the middle-order. Whether Yuvraj will be able to repay the faith shown by Mumbai in him this season or not, the Rohit Sharma-led brigade will surely be eager to make amends for the last season as they kickstart their campaign against revamped Delhi Capitals on 24th March.
  17. The stunning diva, Alia Bhatt, who just celebrated her 26th birthday in style, did something mighty philanthropic and we couldn't be more proud of her. She has reportedly gifted Rs 50 lakh to her domestic help Anmol and her driver Sunil so that they can buy a house in Mumbai. © Instagram The two have been there with her since the start of her career in 2012 and for Alia this gesture was rather pertinent and imperative because she wanted to return the help they've been giving her since so many years. The two have already booked their houses in Juhu and Khar Danda, respectively and will start building soon enough. We believe this is a grave lesson every other celebrity should carry back from this young house-of-talent. More often than not, we seldom forget the people who've supported us through thick and thin and stuck through time to render their services without giving up, need a day or two in the sun to shine bright too. Gratitude towards the support staff is extremely important and if it can be shown in any good way possible, it definitely should! Kudos Alia, you did good! © Twitter Apart from initiating funding for the houses for her support staff, Alia herself has purchased a rather posh house in Juhu, for over Rs 13 crore. It's close by to her family house so she can see them often. Alia wishes to run her new production company Eternal Sunshine Productions from her new space. On the work front, Alia will next be seen in 'Kalank' with Varun Dhawan and Sanjay Dutt, 'Bramhastra ' with Ranbir Kapoor of course and Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Inshallah' with Salman Khan. © Instagram She recently tweeted upon being asked to take up 'Inshallah', by Sanjay Leela: Dream with your eyes wide open they said and I did. Sanjay sir and Salman Khan are magical together & I can't wait to join them on this beautiful journey called "Inshallah" Dream with your eyes wide open they say & I did. Sanjay Sir and Salman Khan are magical together & I can't wait to join them on this beautiful journey called “Inshallah” â¤#Inshallah #SLB @BeingSalmanKhan @bhansali_produc @SKFilmsOfficial @prerna982 — Alia Bhatt (@aliaa08) 19 March 2019 The actress has her hands full this whole year and she's doing one good Samaritan deed after the other. Here's wishing more celebrities emulate her kindness towards their support staff with immense gratitude.
  18. Ahead of the twelfth edition of the Indian Premier League, Netflix India has come up with an original docu-series, 'Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians', that covers the journey of a young but very capable owner in Akash Ambani and an extremely energetic core basis which the MI Paltan is formed. Sleepless nights? Nervous nail biting? Screaming at your screen? If you've experienced any or all of these symptoms you might have Cricket Fever, premieres 1st March. pic.twitter.com/Ujl1tq6Els — Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) February 5, 2019 What begins much like any other cricket-specific documentary with fans highlighting how important and gravitationally pulling the sport is in India, 'Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians' soon deep-dives into the lives of those individuals that made the franchise come together. The unique and professional relationship being shared by Akash Ambani with mother, Nita Ambani as co-owners of the team as shown throughout the series is refreshing. Taking away a major portion of the responsibilities off his mother's shoulders, Akash has stepped up as an owner who not only cares about picking up the good players during the auction by also tries his best to become one of them during locker room talks, training sessions and meals as they take on the journey that the 2018 IPL really was. From a trip down the memory lane with Hardik and Krunal Pandya to the heartwarming story of Jasprit Bumrah and his proud mother, the series helps the Indian audience get to know their favourite cricketers a little more intimately, a little more personally. Getting to see Rohit Sharma successfully operate as the leader of the team that features athletes coming from different parts of the world, who approach the game a lot differently than his national teammates, says a thousand words about his brilliance not only as a batsman but also a captain and why he is given the role of the leader of the Men in Blue in the absence of Virat Kohli. What is unique about the series is how it did not just casually cruise over the defeats MI went through last year. The process of a team facing disappointment, expressing their emotions fresh after a loss in an open-floor discussion hosted by coach Mahela Jayawardene, motivating each other and getting ready to fight another day, has been beautifully captured by Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE), the studio that produced the series. In essence, even though Mumbai Indians was unable to win the title last year, the base of an organisation as grand as this is built on a lot of experiences and stories that are worth telling and that's exactly what 'Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians' has conveyed in this 8-episode docu-series.
  19. Today Guneet Monga's 'Period. End of Sentence' created history by winning the Best Documentary Short Subject at the Oscars 2019 aka the 91st Academy Awards. The 26-minute documentary is set in Hapur, a village in Uttar Pradesh and deals with the taboo around menstruation and how the women come together to create sanitary pads of their own, when a machine is installed in the village. © sikhya entertainment The whole world is talking about this documentary and so is Mumbai Police, but for a totally different yet equally important cause. Mumbai Police's social media team is known and lauded for coming up with creative and witty messages, on things that are going viral on the internet. This time too they did not disappoint us at all. Mumbai Police referred to the Oscar-winning documentary and wrote, "If cities were given an Oscar, Mumbai would have bagged some of the trophies definitely!" If cities were given an Oscar, Mumbai would have bagged some of the trophies definitely ! #LoveTheCityWeServe #IfCitiesWonOscars pic.twitter.com/V9Zr5tDfTZ — Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) February 25, 2019 As expected, people were once again left impressed with Mumbai Police's creativity and ingenuity. Both 'Whoever is managing this account' and Mumbai Police has great skills in making observations and connecting the dots. Great work ! ð — PickupDaddy (@pritalking) February 25, 2019 I agree. As a woman from Bombay and travelled across I believe mumbai police is prompt to help women and anyone in distress. Kudos to you champions — Shaheena Attarwala (@RuthlessUx) February 25, 2019 Fab @MumbaiPolice , we totally do https://t.co/BJg66qShmP — Rucha Bhalekar (@ruchaapte) February 25, 2019 Don't worry @MumbaiPolice People of Mumbai appreciate your service n feel safe in the city. Love n Respect from the people , biggest trophy you can have #Mumbai #MumbaiPolice #Respect https://t.co/x2yFrMVhCN — Alhad Apte (@Alhad009) February 25, 2019 Kudos to your social media team for coming out with cheeky, topical messages. https://t.co/HUphLaOAKu — Prasanna (@prasannapahade) February 25, 2019 Well, we don't know about Mumbai or other cities, but Mumbai Police surely deserves an Oscar for coming up with such an amazing message.
  20. They say beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. Since fashion is subjective, we don't expect everyone to understand every trend. But when companies create bizarre products that are listed for ridiculous prices, we can't help but be shocked. Gucci's Cruise '19 collection features a pair of 'vintage distressed sneakers' that have us shook. The shoes look pre-dirty and worn and we're just not sure who would actually want to own a pair. Take a look at these babies. © Gucci © Gucci The product detail on the website lists that the shoes are inspired by vintage sportswear patterns from the 70s and is treated for an 'all-over distressed effect'. We don't know about distress but these just look plain dirty and worn out. They look a little too vintage, if you ask us. © Gucci If you're already frowning over the bizarre product, wait till we mention the price of these kicks. The Screener GG Sneaker is retailed at 870 USD which converts to Rs 61,938. That's pretty damn expensive for a pair of old worn-out looking shoes. © Gucci As if the Gucci 'racist' sweater controversy hadn't stirred enough trouble for the brand, this shoe is getting trolled by the internet too. Take a look at what some Twitter users had to say about this product. Gucci is really out here selling the sneakers your mom uses for gardening and Sunday cleaning for $800 pic.twitter.com/Eh5wEBQMSc — camille (@cxmillexxxx) October 30, 2018 The poor try to look rich and the rich try to look poor! ð — BROOKLYNBREAD (@Rinseyjones) November 7, 2018 When ur born rich a f but don't wanna be a called a snobby daddy's boy at school = Gucci's New Vintage Sportswear-Inspired Dirty Sneakers Cost $870 USD #gucci #guccifromthehood https://t.co/ektXQtoKIl — Nadia. K (@nadiakhairinas) November 7, 2018 After the Croc Bag, we weren't ready for another bizarre shoe just yet. On the brighter side, you wouldn't have to wash these sneakers.
  21. Ever since the glamorous Indian Premier League (IPL) came into existence, it has put numerous, extremely talented players on the map. These were the cricketers who didn't play international or first class cricket due to the lack of opportunities but were in no manner less deserving of making a great living out of the game they loved so passionately. The league has experienced a series of changes as the years have passed. Some of the older teams have become extinct while new franchises have replaced them in seamless transitions. Having said that, there exists a franchise which is not only one of the strongest pillars of the edifice IPL has now become but has also gone on to win the entire tournament thrice - the Mumbai Indians (MI). Sleepless nights? Nervous nail biting? Screaming at your screen? If you've experienced any or all of these symptoms you might have Cricket Fever, premieres 1st March. pic.twitter.com/Ujl1tq6Els — Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) February 5, 2019 The upcoming Netflix eight-episode docu-series titled 'Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians' gets into MI's journey through the 2018 season of IPL between the pre-season auction and the final of the year against the Delhi Daredevils (now, Delhi Capitals). Joe LaBracio, the Executive Vice President of Non-Fiction TV & Documentaries, Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE), the studio that produced the series, said: "Our love of India drew us to share the story of the second biggest sport in the world and make it an entertaining, engaging experience for non-cricket fans to also enjoy." What To Expect From The Series Being coached by one of the legends of the international cricket in Mahela Jayawardene for a competitive owner in Akash Ambani, a great story in terms of the locker room situation during the wins, losses and major injuries during the season, and behind-the-scenes footage can be expected from the docuseries. The series also promises to dive deep into the history of some of the most celebrated MI players. The inception of Rohit Sharma's ability to captain, Krunal and Hardik Pandya's struggles growing up in Surat and Jasprit Bumrah's story to becoming one of the top pacers in the world, CNE plans to cover every minor aspect of the MIPaltan's members in great detail. Watching the emotional journey of the three-time champions and its players, staff and owners that goes beyond the cricket field would most definitely be an unprecedented experience with the first of its kind Indian sports docu-series. 'Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians' will launch on Netflix worldwide on 1st March 2019.
  22. It's really cold right now, a little too cold for February, all thanks to the heavy rains and hailstorm. But, it's still not something people living in North India can't handle. After all, isn't Delhi famous for getting to experience all the seasons? Yep, and that's one of the points brought up in the age-old Mumbai vs Delhi debate, that will honestly never die down. Recently, Mumbai has also been experiencing chilly winds, with a lot of people considering yesterday to be the coldest day of the season. People from Mumbai took to Twitter to basically talk about how cold it's getting but obviously, Delhi folks came out to tell them something important - 25 degrees is not cold. The weather debate along with the Mumbai vs Delhi debate is never going to end, so let's just enjoy the rivalry and look at some hilarious tweets about it. #mumbaiweather pic.twitter.com/WunchtW8po — Sayli (@Saylee789) February 8, 2019 It can't be that cold, honestly. Mumbai, you are cold tonight. — Jai Mehta (@JaiHMehta) February 8, 2019 At least someone's loving the cold. #mumbaiweather Is this mumbai , or something else We are so loving it . ðpic.twitter.com/OCV5XJ97Ni — Akshay Bardapurkar (@akshayent) February 8, 2019 And, people aren't prepared. What's with this sudden cold Mumbai? I don't even have any winter clothing left with me :( #mumbaiweather #unexpectedcold #nicebutstrange — Samidh Bhattacharyya (@sam2wit) February 8, 2019 20 degrees is not cold! Mumbai....Please dont be so cold!! ð±ð³â#mumbaiweather — Koena Mitra (@koenamitra) February 8, 2019 Love the gif, tho. It is so bloody cold #Mumbai pic.twitter.com/swCArJ43Ln — Anu (@anushree_das) February 8, 2019 Exactly. Come to Delhi. U will know what real cold isð — Gaurav (@Gaurav1212121) February 8, 2019 Too accurate. pic.twitter.com/PZaiSOZDs8 — fazal (@real_fazal) February 8, 2019 Delhi weather is the best, tho? Fans off, jackets on, wtf Mumbai I haven't paid for Delhi weather here. — Anupam Gupta (@b50) February 8, 2019 Yep. Come on! I was in Mumbai last week n it was super hot. 25 degrees is not cold! ð£ð£ — à¤à¤°à¥à¤·à¥ मितà¥à¤°à¤¾ (@m_aarushi93) February 8, 2019 That person needs help. No matter how cold it is...someone is still sleeping with fan on! #mumbaiweather — Dhwani (@dhwani2993) February 8, 2019 Brilliant gif. Windy, windy, windy Mumbai! Delighted. #mumbaiweather pic.twitter.com/2oxTIwcGMV — Mehul Gohil (@mehulgohil) February 8, 2019 Bottom line, be this person. V cold for the guys without a shelter. Gave adrak chai to our watchmen and to some street people too. This cold #MumbaiWeather may continue till the weekend. Spread some warmth and care. ð — Gita S. Kapoor (@GitaSKapoor) February 8, 2019
  23. Whenever we think about star kids, we think about the privileges and luxuries they get in life. "Oh, they have everything sorted for them, they have it so easy," is something we often hear people say. But, in all honesty, being born to a famous parent does not mean that the star kids are some mythical characters, who live in a parallel dimension or universe. They pretty much live a normal life, eat regular food and take the public transport, just like everyone else. Sounds impossible? Well, then maybe it's just Karan Deol, Sunny Deol's son who is living a regular life. View this post on Instagram #sunnydeol son #karandeol snapped at andheri- ghatkoapar metro ride. A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on Feb 4, 2019 at 8:20pm PST Karan Deol, who is making his Bollywood debut with 'Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas', was recently spotted travelling in the metro in Mumbai to reach the film's set. He was travelling on the Andheri-Ghatkopar route. His photos have since gone viral and people on social media have lost their calm. View this post on Instagram My eco friendly #hero @imkarandeol #teamppdkp #Repost @indotcom with @get_repost ã»ã»ã» A rather grounded @imkarandeol spotted in metro as headed off to the sets of his debut film - Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas! . . . . #Bollywood #indotcom #sunnydeol #karandeol #spotted #btown #actor A post shared by Nishant Mahendru (@nishmahendru) on Feb 5, 2019 at 11:41am PST From calling him the most handsome Deol in the family to praising him for his humility and for being grounded, people can't stop talking about the latest Deol on the block. View this post on Instagram Started #palpaldilkepaas on May 18, 2017 .. Karan's first day at shoot.. can't get enough.. my boy has grown big #love #blessings #actor #life #my #son #launched #gratitude #family #happiness #karandeol #ppdkp A post shared by Sunny Deol (@iamsunnydeol) on May 21, 2017 at 8:36pm PDT Karan's debut movie is being directed by none other than his father, Sunny Deol and the father-son duo has been reportedly shooting in and around Mumbai for quite some time. In 2017, Sunny announced the beginning of the film's shoot.
  24. We all know that Mumbai Police's official Twitter account is the best meme account on the website but now we need to talk about other police departments who have been upping their meme game for quite some time now. Valentine's Day is just around the corner, but who cares about love when you have memes, right? Nagpur Police gets it and that's why their Twitter account has a hilarious version of a viral Valentine's Day meme. Valentine's day alentine's day lentine's day entine's day ntine's day tine's day ine's day ne's day e's day 's day day ay Bhai Zara Dekhke Chalo !!#DriveSafe — NagpurCityPolice (@NagpurPolice) February 3, 2019 This meme format has been everywhere for a while now, but Nagpur Police turning it into a PSA about road safety is kind of genius, especially with the song reference. Well, just because they mentioned the song, here it is if anyone wants to listen. Even though police accounts tweeting memes is a regular thing now, people still appreciate it a lot and Nagpur Police also got a lot of praises. Lmaoooo maoooo aoooo oooo ooo oo oh man this account is lit — Aditya Yawalikar (@aditya_anon) February 3, 2019 pic.twitter.com/Iv3u3Pw7ZJ — Dhairya Vyas (@dhairya1051) February 3, 2019 While we're on the topic of this meme, here are some of the best ones because forever alone people also need some kind of outlet during Valentine's Day. Valentine's Day Lentine's Day Ntine's Day e's Day ay ayy ayyy i'm still single — ugh (@gIitering) January 30, 2019 Well, sure. Valentine's day alentine's day lentine's day entine's day ntine's day tine's day ine's day ne's day e's day s day day ayy spark that blunt — Stoner Nation™ (@ThaStonerNation) February 14, 2015 Hashtag throwback? valentine's day lentine's day ntine's day e's day ay ayy Hip hopper mujhe pyaar to kar ay Hip hopper @ishQBector #90skid — Hemant Paste (@hemsp11) February 2, 2019 Please. Valentine's Day Lentine's Day Ntine's Day e's Day ay ayy ayyy hit me with ur car — tom (@TommySobiesski) January 31, 2019 Hai kya? valentine's day lentine's day ntine's day e's day ay ayy Bunty Tera sabun slow hai kya — cappuccinhoe ð» (@YaasEsha) February 1, 2019
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