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  1. Last week, CD Projekt Red showed us how Cyberpunk 2077 runs on Xbox One X and the Xbox Series X. Now, we have our first look at the game running on a PS4 Pro and the new PS5. The studio has released new gameplay showing the gameplay captured on a PS4 Pro and a PS5. For this video, CD Projekt Red decided to showcase a portion of gameplay from right at the start of the adventure. The video shows us footage from an early portion of the Nomad lifepath. Before we talk about the gameplay we suggest you check out the video yourself - The video starts with a glimpse of Cyberpunk 2077's character customization and it continues with a vehicular tour of the Night City on the PS4 Pro. This is where we start to get a feel for the RPG elements in-game, having to interact with the NPCs. The video then takes us to Night City where we're shown a piece of footage captured on the PS5. You'll be looking at an intense car chase through the rain-drenched streets of the Night City. It was an action-packed scene with a lot happening but we didn't see any noticeable frame drops. © CD Projekt Red Overall, the game looks absolutely gorgeous on both consoles. And the fact that it'll only get better with a dedicated next-gen version for both PS5 and the Xbox Series X has us super excited too. We expect to see more reveals happening throughout the coming weeks as CD Projekt Red prepares for the big release on December 10. We can't wait to play it. View the full article
  2. Legendary Indian industrialist Ratan Tata is known to be extremely fond of dogs and well, who isn’t? Doggos are the best! At Bombay House, the global headquarters of Tata Group, a special kennel is dedicated to the stray dogs living around the area. However, Ratan Tata’s favourite and leader of the pack is a white dog named ‘Goa’. Earlier, Mr Tata has spoken about how he looks forward to meeting his ‘friend’ Goa every day in the office. © Reuters A lot of people might have a fair idea of the story behind Goa’s unusual name but now, Ratan Tata himself has revealed the heartwarming tale. View this post on InstagramRatan Tata took to Instagram to share how he celebrated his Diwali and wrote, “A few heartwarming moments with the adopted Bombay House dogs this Diwali, especially Goa, my office companion," wrote Ratan Tata while sharing the pic.” In the picture, Mr Tata, 82, can be seen wearing a mask on his face and his arms around Goa. Also, sitting next to him is another dog who seems busy examining the rangoli on the floor. Mr Tata also revealed the story behind Goa’s unique name in the comments section after a user asked him, "Is 'Goa' the name of the dog? What's the story behind naming it so?" To which Mr Tata responded saying, "He was a stray puppy when he got into my colleague's car in Goa, and came to Bombay House, hence the name Goa.” © Ratan Tata Instagram Earlier, Ratan Tata had even shared a special Instagram story for Goa where he posted a picture showing the dog standing up on his hind legs to hug him. Aren’t dogs the best? Also remember, adopt, don't shop. View the full article
  3. Remember in 2017 when Apple was in trouble for quietly slowing down our iPhones and said it was doing so to prevent battery degradation? Yeah, that was some crazy news that we weren't expecting from Apple back in the day. Well, they did apologize for it and offered battery replacements. In fact, Apple also agreed to pay a $500 million class-action settlement earlier this year. Now, the company has agreed to a second settlement. This time, the company will be paying as much as #113 million. The states' attorneys in the US had sued Apple for hiding both the throttling and battery degradation from iPhone users. © Apple They said Apple concealed the issues, which in turn might have forced users to buy a new iPhone altogether when they only really needed to replace their phone's battery to avoid throttling or unexpected shutdowns. Apple obviously denied that and agreed to settle to avoid letting the court decide whether or not Apple has done anything wrong. The settlement hasn't been fully approved by a judge yet, but there's a high possibility that states might see their money sooner than actual iPhone owners. Honestly, a lot of iPhone users are probably not even aware of this issue or they're not bothered by it. That being said, we think it's important to keep tabs on these big names and their wrongdoing. © Reuters After all, who would've thought about degrading batteries inside our iPhones and how Apple would quietly throttle our phones to trick people into buying new devices. We're glad to have moved past that now and we're back to enjoying our new iPhones. Source: TheVerge View the full article
  4. Harshaali Malhotra aka Munni from Bajrangi Bhaijaan made a household after her strong performance in the 2015 movie. Soon after her role in the Salman Khan movie, she was in the limelight and has been making sure that she updates her fans about her whereabouts with her pictures on Instagram. View this post on InstagramRecently, Harshaali posted a series of photos from Diwali 2020 and Bhaidooj celebrations which left people spellbound. View this post on InstagramAnd it was a recap of Hansika Motwani's case all over again as soon, people started sharing memes. One particular meme that says ‘Munni Itni Jaldi Badi Ho Gayi’ seems to have become the most popular one. Jaduu#munni of #bajrangibhaijaan #MEMES #memesdaily #memes2020 #memekbasahh pic.twitter.com/TOljozxdpo — Laughing Nations (@LaughingNations) November 17, 2020 It was Harshaali's response to all the questions about growing up so fast, that won our hearts. She chose a very subtle way of answering all of these comments. In one of the replies, she said she too wants to see the memes that people are talking about. In another reply, she said that it’s not like you cannot recognize her as she has the same face. Just like Hansika, Harshaali was attacked for her transformation. Time and again, female actors have been targeted for their transformations. From their body weight to their height to their looks, a certain section of people have always questioned and told them how a public figure should look. But kudos to Harshaali for shutting down these trolls in the most sensible way. We really hope that people stop discriminating against women, and it's appalling to see trolls going after an actor who is still so young. View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram We hope to see her soon in movies again as we all know how brilliant a performer she is. View the full article
  5. Akshay Kumar’s horror-comedy Laxmii, which was previously titled Laxmmi Bomb, released on OTT recently. While the film received a mixed reaction from the audience, people didn't fail to acknowledge good acting. And that’s exactly what happened with Sharad Kelkar, who played the role of Laxmii in the film. He played the role of the original trans woman whose ghost haunts Akshay’s Character Asif. View this post on Instagram But he has been in the industry for a very long time, and here’s how he ended up in Bollywood with no real connection in the industry. Gym Instructor Sharad’s father had unfortunately passed away at a very young age and he was raised by his mother. He had no plan but he never wanted to be dependent on his mother and wanted to help her financially. He graduated in Physical Education and started his gym in the year 2000. He used to make around Rs 2500 per month. View this post on Instagram How He Became An Actor He was in Mumbai visiting family and there he bagged his first offer to walk the ramp. He also became Grasim Mr. India finalist and started hosting TV shows like Rock-N-Roll Family and Hero Honda Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge 2007. He also acted in many popular TV shows like Mohenjo Daro, Guest Iin London, and Baadshaho. View this post on Instagram Started From TV He started his acting journey from Doordarshan in shows such as Aakrosh (2000), Saat Phere – Saloni Ka Safar, Uttaran, and Agent Raghav. View this post on Instagram These TV shows made him popular and that’s how he got recognized in eyes of the people. Acted In Many Bollywood FilmsHe has acted in many Bollywood films such as Laxmii, Bhoomi, Tanhaji, Ram Leela, and Housefull 4. View this post on Instagram He was largely praised for playing the role of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Tanhaji. A lot of people praised him by saying that he played the Maratha emperor with utmost finesse. Lent His Voice In Baahubali To Prabhas View this post on Instagram So, apart from extraordinary acting skills, Sharad also lent his deep baritone of a voice to Prabhas for the Hindi version of Baahubali and people loved his voice on the actor. View the full article
  6. Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales is now out for the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 after it was teased for months by Sony Interactive Entertainment. We reviewed the game last week and think it's a near-perfect game that has a captivating story. From the gameplay to the open-world playground to the voice acting, everything is near perfect. If you want to know in detail what we think about the game, check out our full review here. However, now that the game is out and if you want to know more about the game, we’ve got you covered. Is it a Standalone Game? © MensXP_Sony Interactive Entertainment Yes, you can jump right into the story of Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales without ever having to play the previous game. However, we do recommend playing the first game just for some context in case you want to know how Miles got his powers and what made him pursue the life of a superhero. The story is completely standalone that has its own set-pieces, story arcs, new villains and new side quests. Peter Parker is in the game too though, however this game is all about Miles. How is Miles different from Peter Parker? © MensXP_Sony Interactive Entertainment Miles is a different Spider-Man, a superhero of his own who has new powers to use while combating enemies. He has the ability to go invisible that adds a new layer of stealth and also bioelectricity superpowers that Peter does not have. There are new combat mechanics as well that introduce these powers to the player which you can use to your advantage in tight situations. Miles’ new powers really do change how one can play as Spider-Man. How Long is The Game? © MensXP_Sony Interactive Entertainment Even though the game has a stand-alone story, it can last anywhere between 10-15 hours depending on your playstyle. If you are a completionist type of player, you can easily spend 20 hours by doing side missions, in-game activities and the story. If you are just interested in the story, the game will last for about 10 hours in total. PlayStation 5 Compatibility © MensXP_Sony Interactive Entertainment If you purchase the game on the PlayStation 4, you will get a free upgrade for the PlayStation 5. The next-gen version of the gaming will have near-instant loading, ray-tracing, 3D audio, and cool DualSense controller features. There will also be a big upgrade in terms of textures, improved skin shading, and spline-based hair make for more realistic looking characters. Release Date © MensXP_Sony Interactive Entertainment The game will be available to play from November 12th on the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5. The game has been developed by Insomniac Games and is being published exclusively for the PlayStation platform. It will be available in different editions i.e. the standard edition will have a free upgrade to the PlayStation 5 if the PS5 version is owned. However, The Ultimate Edition is available for the PlayStation 5 which bundles the remastered version of Spider-Man. View the full article
  7. The thirteenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was not only worth the wait this year, but truly lived up to everyone's expectations. For a tournament that was almost scrapped this year, IPL 2020 turned out to be, arguably, one of the best seasons that was full of memorable moments for cricket enthusiasts to cherish. While the batting masterclass of numerous batsmen elevated excitement levels of fans, the majestic performances of bowlers, too, got our hearts racing throughout the tournament. Then, there were those electric fielding efforts that didn't leave the opposition batsmen in awe but also got fans on the edge of their seats. A tournament that arguably got better with every game, IPL 2020 also saw some bizarre dismissals that had poor batsmen hiding their faces. From unlucky Moeen Ali to day-dreaming Rishabh Pant, here's a look at 5 of the most bizarre dismissals of the season that got us wondering what were they thinking: 1. A Free-Hit Run-Out For Moeen The Eliminator of IPL 2020 brought Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) face-to-face with Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in a contest that sent the former packing. In what was arguably RCB's worst batting performance this season, Virat Kohli's team was restricted to a mere 131/7 in 20 overs. In reply, Hyderabad didn't really have to break a sweat as they notched up a six-wicket win. While RCB's dismal performance drew a lot of flak, Moeen Ali's unbelievable dismissal further made them a laughing stock. During RCB's innings, the England cricketer had just arrived at the crease and couldn't have possibly believed his luck when he got a free-hit to get off the mark. But, Moeen's happiness was short-lived as he probably became the first cricketer to get run-out off a free-hit. 2. Rashid Gets Dismissed Not Once, But Twice The 29th Match of the season saw three-time IPL champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) taking on Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) at Dubai. The likes of Shane Watson (42) and Ambati Rayudu (41) had guided a struggling Chennai brigade to a decent total of 167 runs. In reply, Hyderabad, despite a Kane Williamson (57) batting masterclass, couldn't score more than 147 runs, losing the contest by 20 runs. It eventually proved to be a mediocre outing for usually-effective Rashid Khan who went wicketless in his bowling spell. While his bowling exploits failed to impress fans, Rashid garnered some attention for his batting after he was dismissed twice on the same delivery. In the 19th over of SRH's chase, Rashid hammered a low full-toss straight into the hands of the long-on fielder. But, while playing that shot, Rashid had gone way back into the crease which saw his back leg crashing into the stumps. He was eventually ruled out hit-wicket. 3. A 'Brain Fade' Moment For Pant Pant pic.twitter.com/JhUro5aPnz — ︎ ︎ (@PrabhasRulz) October 9, 2020 The 23rd match saw the likes of Delhi Capitals (DC) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) locking horns in what promised to be an exciting contest. Shimron Hetmyer (45) and Marcus Stoinis (39) combined to aid Delhi who posted an imposing total of 184 runs. In reply, Rajasthan failed to negate the challenge of Delhi's bowling unit who skittled them out for 138 runs, sealing a 46-run win. While Delhi managed to seal a key win, Pant had a forgettable outing with the willow. The left-hander was dismissed for a mere five runs in what was turning into a series of cheap dismissals. In the 10th over, Stoinis drilled the ball straight towards short midwicket and took a couple of instinctive steps before realising Pant had come all the way towards his end. Manan Vohra fired in a quick throw towards Rahul Tewatia who caught Pant way out of the crease at the non-striker's end. Rather than carelessly jogging down the track, Pant should have waited for Stoinis to make a call for the run. 4. Hardik Chops Off The Bails After losing their opening match, Mumbai Indians (MI) were eager to open their account on the points table when they took the field against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in 5th Match of the season. Thanks to Rohit Sharma (80) and Suryakumar Yadav (47), Mumbai reached a mammoth total of 195 runs. In reply, KKR couldn't score more than 146 runs in 20 overs, losing the match by 49 runs. As Mumbai registered their first points of the season, Hardik Pandya's bizarre dismissal became a talking point on social media. In the 19th over, Hardik was looking to play big shots to provide a final flourish to his team when he got too close to the stumps and chopped off the bails in the season's first hit-wicket dismissal. 5. Warner Runs Out Of Luck The 3rd Match of the season pitted exciting teams Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) against each other. A batting show from Devdutt Padikkal (56) and AB de Villiers (51) had powered RCB to a competitive total of 163 runs and, in reply, Hyderabad were bundled out for just 153 runs. On a day when nothing went Hyderabad's way, their captain David Warner, too, witnessed an unlucky dismissal. In the second over Hyderabad's chase, Jonny Bairstow (61) got an early lifeline as Umesh Yadav missed a caught-and-bowled opportunity. But, Bairstow's gain turned out to be Warner's loss as the ball got deflected from Yadav's hand and crashed onto the stump, catching the SRH skipper short at the non-striker's end. View the full article
  8. While we are binge-watching TV series and movies at home, this six-year-old boy from Ahmedabad has entered the Guinness World Record as the World's Youngest Computer Programmer. Arham Om Talsania, who is a student of class two, has now cleared the Microsoft certification exam at Pearson VUE test center. Talsania told ANI, "My father taught me coding. I started using tablets when I was 2 years old. At the age of 3, I bought gadgets with iOS and Windows. Later, I got to know that my father was working on Python.” © Twitter/ANI "When I got my certificate from Python, I was creating small games. After some time, they asked me to send some proof of work. A few months later, they approved me and I got the Guinness World Record certificate," he said. The little kid dreams of becoming a business entrepreneur and also wants to help everyone. He said, "I want to be a business entrepreneur and help everyone. I want to make apps, games, and systems for coding. I also want to help the needy.” Arham’s father, Om Talsania who is a software engineer, said that his son had developed an interest in coding and he taught him the basics of programming. © Twitter/ANI He said, "Since he was very young he was very much interested in gadgets. He used to play games on tablet devices. He also used to solve puzzles. When he developed an interest in playing video games, he thought to create it. He used to see me doing the coding.” "I taught him basics of programming and he started creating his own small games. He also got recognized as a Microsoft technology associate. We applied for Guinness Book World record as well," he added. © Twitter/ANI While we can barely fix our laptops, this kid is reaching for the stars. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  9. If there was a show that revolutionised cartoons for kids back in the day, it was Pokemon. Sure other shows like Tom & Jerry, Dexter’s Laboratory and Scooby Doo were all great too but for a cartoon to have kids so invested in it that they’d literally buy countless cards and exchange with each other, it definitely had an impact on a whole new level. And yet, the show could not resist the urge to slip in numerous jokes and innuendos too “matured” for the majority of their audience to understand. It is now however that an entire generation of Pokemon viewers have grown into adults and realising what they were exposed to in their childhood. Here are five times Pokemon made ‘jokes’ only adults could understand: 1. Brock’s Jail Baiting Comment © The Pokemon Company Now if you’ve been watching the show since the first episode, you’d know how girl-crazy Brock really is but normally, he’d be hitting on adults like Nurse Joy and Officer Jenny. Episode The Double Trouble Header however shows Brock thinking out loud about a young trainer named Casey. In that he says “She'll be fun in eight years." That just took a really dark turn really quickly. 2. Ash Working In French Hooters © The Pokemon Company If you don’t know anything about Hooters, it is a restaurant chain infamous for hiring only attractive young female staff who wear orange shorts and a low-cut vest top as a uniform. In the episode Tanks for the Memories, Dawn and Ash dress up as French maids to work in a local cafe nearby. The reference becomes a lot more prominent when a bunch of male customers “are back” but run away instantly as they see a guy in a maid’s costume. 3. Team Rocket Has STD… Probably? © The Pokemon Company Two of the most known members of Team Rocket namely Jessie and James have been known for sharing an unusual relationship. They are supposed to be colleagues who are bad guys but in numerous episodes they have been shown to be great friends too. Episode Hassle in the Castle however blurs the line between their personal and professional lives a bit too much but even has them share a common STD… possibly. The infamous duo barge into a doctor’s clinic and demand treatment for their itchy bits in the typical rhyming monologuing fashion. 4. WTF Ampharos via GIPHY Episode The Light of Floccesy Ranch shows an Ampharos trying to get the attention of a bunch of Mareeps (sheep pokemon) but the way he does it… is definitely not for the kids to see. Let’s just say “sheepy-style” should not be shown on a children’s cartoon show. 5. James’ Inflatable Chest © The Pokemon Company Much like a lot of other cartoons, there are some episodes from the Pokemon show that didn’t get the approval of being telecast or were aired only once. One such episode was titled Beauty and the Beach in which Misty enters a beauty pageant but finds out that both members of Team Rocket are in it as well. James, in a bikini as well, uses an inflatable chest and pumps some extra air in it to win the pageant. There are some not-so-decent gestures being made as well during the scene which certainly shows why the episode was problematic and needed to undergo massive editing before being released. View the full article
  10. Samsung has probably created our phone of the year with the Galaxy S20 FE because it's everything you want from a capable smartphone. Good camera, great price, jam-packed with features and flagship-level components. It seems like someone at Samsung's office created the Galaxy S20 FE just to mess with the likes of OnePlus, Xiaomi and other budget flagship players. Having said that, Samsung is messing with these brands with one of the most amazing phones of the year that nobody expected. I won't lie, when I heard rumours about the Galaxy S20 FE, I did ignore it until I got to use it myself. After using it for a few weeks, I can firmly say this is one of the best smartphones launched in 2020. When you consider price to performance value, there's no other smartphone that does it as well as the Galaxy S20 FE. Even though Samsung did cut some corners to keep the price competitive, it doesn't change our opinion on the phone. Here's MensXP's review of the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE. Design and Display © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla If you want a lot of choices when it comes to your smartphone's colours, the S20 FE comes in six options to choose from. You can get the phone in Navy, Lavender, Mint, Red, White and Orange. We've been using the Mint colour variant which looks striking. The colour itself stands apart from everything else you've used this year and it's probably our favourite feature of the body. Being a cheaper offering, the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE uses a plastic body (polycarbonate) but has a matte finish at the back. There is a slight curve around its sides which makes the phone easy to hold in the palm of your hand and I prefer it over the Galaxy S20 ultra and other phones by Samsung this year. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The S20 FE also has thicker bezels than its flagship counterparts, however it gives the same full-screen experience that you expect from Samsung phones. Even the punch-hole camera size is smaller than the regular S20 FE. In other design aspects, even though it is a more affordable version of the regular S20 smartphones, Samsung didn't cut corners with the S20 FE. The smartphone its IP68 rated which means it has phenomenal water resistance that you cannot find in other phones in the same price range. I'd expected Samsung to cut corners in this category, however this is not the case. The fingerprint reader is embedded in the display, but it uses the older optical sensor rather than the newer ultrasonic sensor by Samsung. This results in more inaccurate fingerprint reads and the phone takes longer to unlock the smartphone. You may have to press down a bit more to get your fingerprint scanned by the sensor. Let's talk about the display for a bit since Samsung is known for using the best screens for smartphones. The Galaxy S20 FE features a 120Hz OLED display with a resolution of 2400 x 1800 pixels. The 120Hz refresh rate works exactly as it does on its flagship phones where the phone will only push to higher frame rates if needed. Scrolling websites seems smoother, playing games that support 120FPS also feels better. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Similarly, watching video content on the S20 FE is as good if not better than the regular S20 phones. Watching shows on Netflix and Amazon Prime reflected the colours with great accuracy and fidelity. Colours tend to pop instead of looking saturated or dull. The brightness level of the display is on point as it hit a peak brightness level of 650 nits for us. If you are avid video content consumer, you will not be disappointed with the S20 FE's display, however if you want the best, then we highly recommend the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Cameras The Galaxy S20 FE is probably the only phone in this price category that delivers versatility and quality in one package. The Galaxy S20 FE comes with a triple-camera setup at the back and a 32MP front-facing camera for selfies. At the back, you will find a 12MP Ultra-wide shooter with a 123-degree field of view. The main camera is also a 12MP sensor and the third sensor is an 8MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and 30x Space Zoom. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The camera app is also the same as the S20 Series which means it comes with unique features such as 'Single Take' where you can capture nine different types of videos and photos. Other modes such as night, food, panorama, live focus (video and still), slow-mo, super slow-mo and other features can also be used in the phone. The camera is where the S20 FE has a massive advantage over its competitors such as OnePlus. The overall picture quality and colour accuracy look great where it's tuned just a tad bit. The phone can focus on subjects quite clearly and fast, enabling you to take crystal clear images in daylight. In low-light, you will notice some noise, however it is still better than the OnePlus 8 Pro and other phones of similar calibre. The telephoto lens is also a dream to use where you can zoom into objects up to three times optically and 30x using the camera software. While the phone does a great job of zooming into objects, you will start to notice pixelation and noise when you go above 10x. In terms of video, you can capture 4K at 60 frames per second and the quality is at par with other Galaxy devices. It may not be the best phone for capturing videos as the iPhone still leads in this department, but for an Android user it doesn't get better than this. Performance The Galaxy S20 FE that sells in India is powered by the Exynos 990 chipset and is parked with 6GB of RAM. While there is some drama surrounding the chipset that is being used, in real-world usage, the S20 FE fairs quite well. Sure it doesn't beat the Snapdragon 865 powered devices in India. However, in our usage, the S20 FE was quite responsive where you could use over 10 apps at the same time and they would switch without any lag. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla In terms of Benchmark scores, the Galaxy S20 FE had a Geekbench 5 score of 897 (single-core) and 2677 (multi-core). It is lower than the S20 series and the Note 20 Ultra, however in our usage, we did not feel the phone was held back by the processor. Games ran well with little to no frame rate drops and we could play games like Genshin Impact with ease. Having said that, there were slight frame rate drops when we faced multiple enemies on the screen which is also the case for devices powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865. The Galaxy S20FE has a 4,500mAh battery that can be fast-charged using a power delivery PPE charger. Having said that, the phone only comes with a 15W charger even though it supports 25W fast-charging. If you require fast charging, we would recommend getting a 25W or above Power Delivery charger that supports PPE protocol as well. Alternatively, the S20 FE also supports wireless charging which was a huge surprise to use since this is Samsung's “affordable” version of the Galaxy S20. It puts a lot of smartphones in this price category on notice simply because we expect most phones to skip this feature except for the OnePlus 8 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi 10. The Final Say After having used the Galaxy S20 FE for a few weeks, we can confidently say it is one of our favourite phones that has launched this year. It's got a better camera than the competition and it has everything you need from a flagship smartphone. Sure, the polycarbonate body can be a bit disappointing for some people but the phone also offers a lot of features for Rs 44,999. View the full article
  11. CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077's launch is around the corner and we’ve seen some great previews for the game that shows what we can expect from the role-playing game. However, we’ve already imagined doing a lot of things in the game and we simply can’t wait for the launch. It includes customising our character, checking out the vistas in Night City, drive around aimlessly and do other activities. Here’s a list of ten things we can’t wait to do in Cyberpunk 2077. Customise Characters © CD PRojekt Red I don’t know about you but I will be spending hours and hours to create the perfect character in the game. I remember doing something similar when Fallout 4 came out and there’s no reason why I won’t do it In Cyberpunk 2077. To its credit, the game does offer a lot of customisation options such as different hairstyles, eyes, eye colour, scars, teeth, makeup, and body customisation options as well. If you’re also going to be spending forever to make your own 'V', do let us know in the comments what kind of character you’re trying to make. Check out Night City © CD PRojekt Red The next thing we can’t wait to do is check out the different boroughs or areas in Night City. The first location we want to hit is the city centre to check out the bustling, overcrowded atmosphere. We also can’t wait to check out all the neon lights, the bars, street food restaurants and other places of interest that we might stumble upon. Since the game is going to be vertically dense, we can’t wait to check out some of the skyscrapers, underground markets and local public transportation as well. 'Night City' really reminds us of futuristic cities like Tokyo and if it's anything like it, we can’t wait to explore the city for ourselves. Drive Around © CD PRojekt Red Have you driven around Los Santos aimlessly in GTA? Well, that’s exactly what we plan to do in Cyberpunk 2077 as well. While the world may not be as large as we want it to be, it is still worth driving around the different districts to see how different they are from each other. We just can’t wait to switch on the radio, drive in the busy streets or in the outskirts and soak in the different sights as we go along. There are so many neighbourhoods and areas to check out that we may just spend hours driving in the streets of Night City doing absolutely nothing. Collect Cars © CD PRojekt Red Since we will be driving a lot, there is a good chance we will come across different kinds of cars and bikes on the road. And since you can steal cars in Cyberpunk 2077, we plan to have a sizeable collection of cars in our garage. The cars can also be modified with devices that can protect us from weapons like landmines. We aren’t sure how many cars we can steal and store in our garage but hopefully, it’s enough to keep us happy. Create Different Builds © CD PRojekt Red Cyberpunk 2077 gives you the freedom to create a character with your preferred attributes and skills. Which means you can create a character that is either great with firearms or great at using melee weapons such as swords and knives. V can also get Mantis Blades and we can only imagine the different kinds of combinations that we can come up with when assigning skills and attributes. Get All That Loot © CD PRojekt Red Cyberpunk 2077 will have a lot of loot to look forward to, especially some of the legendary weapons that one can get after completing certain quests. However, it won’t be as simple as you will have to build relationships with NPCs to get some of the rewards. It’s not like you will get a legendary weapon each time you complete a meaningful quest. You need to be invested with some NPCs and build trust with them to get access to some of these weapons. Other loots might include augmentations, cosmetics, mods and even special vehicles. Street Kid Life Path © CD PRojekt Red Cyberpunk 2077 offers three different life paths but we plan to start off with the “Street Kid” life path in our first playthrough. As we want to check out the bustling city, starting out as the Street Kid makes sense. As a street kid, we should know the city like the back of our hand and have deep connections to have plenty of street cred. As mentioned before, we cannot wait to check out Night City and it seems like the Street Kid Lifepath would be appropriate to start the game with. Get Lost in Side missions © CD PRojekt Red One thing CD Project Red knows how to do well are the side-missions and activities that you can find in the world. There will be several side jobs and gigs in the game and one of them includes using the Night City Police Department’s Scanner Hustles. You can track down targets from the scanner for easy bounty money. We will also have to work with the different gangs in the city and there will be plenty of different types of jobs which can result in great rewards and loot as we mentioned earlier. Detective Mode © CD PRojekt Red Cyberpunk 2077 implements sort of a detective mode called brain dancing like the Batman Arkham series. It’s a mechanic used to solve puzzles and mysteries. The Braindance feature is a little different as it involves a process of one person recording their memories and another being able to experience that memory in complete detail, thanks to some fictional, futuristic implant. Play The Game Again © CD PRojekt Red Since there are three life paths to choose from that is Corpo, Nomad and Street Kid, we will be playing the game again as each life path will have its own story with different choices that can affect the story significantly. We can’t wait to see what the other two life paths have on offer and how the story changes when you play as either a corporation dude or a nomad from the badlands. We’re quite sure all three life paths will have different motivations, intentions and even different NPCs they will interact with. So those were 10 things we can’t wait to do in Cyberpunk 2077, however your list might be a bit different from ours. If you are planning to play the game, let us know in the comments what other activities or things you can’t wait to do in the game? View the full article
  12. Aayush Sharma has been a part of the Bollywood industry for a while now and ever since he ventured into the scene, he has also managed to make a mark with his sartorial choices. If you remember the time when Aayush Sharma wore a pair of Gucci slippers, worth more than a 2BHK house rent, you would know that he also has an expensive taste. Besides that, every time he has been spotted, he has never failed to garner our attention to his sneakers, that mostly have some flamboyance to them. He may not be one of the biggest sneakerheads just yet, but even then, we have to say his choices are something any guy would like to cop. © Viral Bhayani Aayush is seen in Under Armour's UA x Project Rock Delta Training Shoes. These sneakers come with breathable mesh fabric and are lightweight and durable too. Additionally, these sneakers have a moulded heel cup with rubber ankle collar, that grants unparalleled support. The sneakers also have reflective detailing for superior visibility, especially in low-light conditions. View the full article
  13. Ranveer Singh doesn't just have an eccentric fashion sense but also rather expensive taste when it comes to his clothes. Be it him wearing a reversible coat worth Rs 3 Lakh or a basic pair of joggers worth a Lakh, the man usually goes all out, spending his hard-earned money on clothes, shoes and accessories, that speak for his zealous persona. © Viral Bhayani If you ever take a look at the past instances, Ranveer has usually been seen strutting in some eccentric outfits, by some hi-end luxury brands and every time he is papped, we can't help but notice his sartorial escapade. Having said that, even amidst the pandemic, Ranveer has been maintaining the same by flying in and out of the city, wearing some zany outfits. After making a jaw-dropping statement last time with his track pants worth Rs 1.5 Lakh, this time, Ranveer was seen in a pair of smudged or dirty sneakers, that looked super cool in their own way. © Viral Bhayani Take a look here: These sneakers are yet again no ordinary pair as they are Gucci's Virtus High-Top Sneakers. The pair is already distressed, which means one doesn't need to worry if they get dirty. Furthermore, the pair features green and red web detailing and a logo patch at the tongue. It has lace fastening, round toe and distressed effect all over, with a flat rubber sole. © Gucci Since these are a pair by Gucci, you can expect it to burn a big hole in your pocket. These are worth $1387 that sums to Rs 1,03,425 as per Indian currency. That's classic Ranveer, we reckon. © Viral Bhayani Coming to the details of the rest of his outfit, Ranveer is wearing a casual white T-shirt and has further paired it with cheetah print black shorts. To make it look more flamboyant, he is wearing a pair of long Gucci socks with his sneakers. As for his accessories, we like how Ranveer has been banking on pearl necklaces of late. That, with a pair of white sunglasses, his JBL speakers and mask, makes the outfit, quite uber-cool. © Viral Bhayani In a nutshell, Ranveer has become the definition of quirky fashion and there's no one else in the industry, who has even remotely touched this territory. Keep raising the bar for the rest, Ranveer. View the full article
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  15. Sony’s next-gen console is about to launch in several countries by November 19th and many journalists/influencers have already gotten hands on the console. The PlayStation 5 is also expected to launch in India soon and will come in two variants i.e. a digital edition and a console that supports physical discs. Both consoles have the same hardware apart from the Blu-Ray player and will retail in India for Rs 39,990 and Rs 49,990 respectively. © Twitter_IGN However, if you’ve been browsing the internet since last night, unboxing videos of the console have now been published and it shows exactly how big the console is. We’ve known for a while that the PlayStation 5 would be a massive console but never really got a real-life comparison of the console with previous generation consoles and even daily objects. If you are wondering why the console is so large in size, we’ve explained the reasoning behind it here. © Twitter_Tom Warren But if you want a comparison of how big the console really is , check out these images shared by other publications and reviewers. To put things into perspective, the PS5 measures approximately 390mm (15.4 inches) tall, 260mm (10.24 inches) deep and 104mm (4.09 inches) wide. PS5 next to the PS4.#PlayStation5 #PS5 pic.twitter.com/zygVguecm5 — OpyGam3r (@opygam3r) October 27, 2020DAMN THE PS5 IS HUGE pic.twitter.com/gwX2Bq6o9J — Just A Laker Fan (WE WON THE NBA FINALS!) (@8Elijah24) October 27, 2020There are concerns that the PlayStation 5’s large size might not be ideal for entertainment consoles or TV cabinets in homes. However, the PlayStation 5 can be placed vertically or horizontally with additional support from a base that can be screwed on to the console. However, it is still larger than most people expected and it would be interesting to see how most gamers plan on placing the PS5 in their entertainment cabinets. The PlayStation 5’s launch in India has been delayed partly because of a trademark problem with the Indian authorities which has now been resolved. Sony is expected to launch the PS5 in India soon, however a release date for the console has not been set yet. We can expect the launch date to be announced soon, however it could be possible that Sony is waiting for stock to arrive and is not willing to take a chance at the moment. View the full article
  16. Bollywood songs from the 2000s are some of the best songs that Hindi cinema has ever given us. These songs have made us feel alive and some of them have also been part of long drives and house parties. These songs will instantly remind you of the fabulous time back then and will make you want to go back in time. The hook steps of these songs have been etched in our hearts forever and we will never forget them. However, some of these songs were our favorites but now we have completely forgotten them. So, here is a list of 5 such Bollywood songs from the 2000s that we forgot about, which used to be our favorite when they had released. Pappu Can’t Dance Sala Almost all of us have enjoyed dancing to this song and, not only the song, the film also did great at the box office. The film starred Imran Khan and Genelia D’Souza in the lead roles and revolved around how two best friends fell in love with each other. Mitwa The song from the film Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna was a hit at that time and now that you have been reminded about this song, you’d definitely want to listen to it once. The film starred Shahrukh Khan, Rani Mukherji, Preity Zinta and Abhishek Bachchan in prominent roles. Ab To Forever The film starred Rani Mukherji and Saif Ali Khan in the lead roles and both of them looked stunning in the film. A lot of women got a similar haircut that Rani Mukherji donned in the film and also this song became one of the superhits of that time. It’s The Time To Disco If you don’t know the hook-step to this song, then you’re clearly missing out on some fun in your life. Most of us have given solo performances in front of the mirror on this song. The film Kal Ho Na Ho gave us some great songs but this one stood out and made it to the list of our favourites. Woh Ajnabee This song had extraordinarily catchy lyrics and if we listen to this song today, many of us will still know the lyrics. The song is from the film The Train starring Emran Hashmi, Geeta Basra and Sayali Bhagat in prominent roles. View the full article
  17. For designer Ravi Gupta of Gargee Designers, tradition, it seems, is paramount. The same sensibility is usually reflected in the menswear that he makes. Before joining the label that his father, Shyam Gupta started in the 1980s, Ravi worked closely with people like Karan Johar, Varun Bahl and labels like Diwan Saheb, all of whom are considered to be legends, when it comes to Indian Fashion. © Ravi Gupta With a clientele that boasts of Hrithik Roshan, Amitabh Bachchan, Siddharth Malhotra, Ranbir Kapoor and several other celebrities, Gargee Designers, under Ravi Gupta, has a rather unique perspective, combining elements of both, retail or off-the-rack fashion, and bespoke, designer pieces. © Ravi Gupta We had a little chat with Ravi, about fashion in the post-COVID era, the changes in consumer behaviour, and how the fashion industry has reacted to the sudden paradigm shift. What is that one current trend that we see today on the ramp, that has the potential of making it big among common, regular people in the future? 'Bandhgala' is a piece that is classic and will stay in vogue for a long time. It’s a silhouette that has also been popular on the international ramps. It gives an elegant and regal feel irrespective of which culture it is adapted into. Originally, it’s an Indian concept, which has been adopted by the western designers in a number of different ways. © Isha Bhansali How has consumer behaviour changed in the post-COVID era? How have you prepared to take on those changes? The pandemic has forced people to postpone their weddings and people are even avoiding gathering in big numbers. Consequently, the functions have reduced and therefore, the demand for outfits per function has also reduced. Also, from a style and fashion perspective, people are not experimenting with looks. They prefer to keep the designs simple and in my experience, ivory Sherwani is making a major comeback among grooms. So, we are seeing a change where people are going back to conventional patterns and dressing. © Ravi Gupta As far as preparations are concerned, we had to brainstorm a lot and keeping the crisis in view, we decided to postpone our planned collection and started preparing a different collection, which could suit the needs of the consumers in the current time. We settled on using versatile colours, less-experimental cuts and gave more stress on classic pieces that can be used again and again for future occasions. Tell us something about your creative process. How do you come up with themes, motifs and images for your creations? We try to do that by analysing the market trends and closely observing the trend pattern among our consumers’ demand. We then track the common colours, designs, styles and patterns that are most popular among them. We also keep a track on the international and Indian designers and try to learn about new changes they are bringing in the fashion world. All this together helps us prepare a blueprint that is promising for the creative and commercial world too. © Ravi Gupta What is that one trend in men's fashion that you don't like? I strongly disagree with trends that are high on experimentation. Anarkali kurtas and tops for men is a turn off for me. It gives a very feminine look which takes away the glory of a traditional outfit that is known for its grace and charm. It is hard for Indian men to pull off an Anarkali style outfit because it doesn’t fit the traditional mould of a well-dressed groom. How the industry as a whole is dealing with sustainable and eco-friendly fashion? It’s been a trend for quite some time and the recent pandemic gave it a wider scope, as the lockdown made designers and fashion houses rethink about the future of fashion. From fashion shows going digital and major stress on the campaign ‘Make in India’, there is growing potential in the trend that is likely to generate more employment and change the face of Indian fashion in near future. © Nakuul Mehta What are your views on the debate around Maximalism vis-a-vis Minimalism? I think it changes from person to person because fashion and style is a personal thing. Minimalism is chic, yet on the other hand, maximalism is also contemporary and edgy. A balance of the two is also something that is a preference for some. I don't see it as a debate, because something being too much or too less is a personal choice. Where does e-commerce or online shopping fit into your scheme of things? Online shopping is changing the market at a rapid rate. The pandemic has boosted the online buying behaviour of consumers. This is likely to grow, as designers and brands are starting their own e-commerce websites and are investing a lot in online shopping networking. Also, there is a growing market for virtual styling and fashion consultation, which is expected to revolutionize the fashion world in the next decade. © Ravi Gupta How difficult is it for a new designer or a label to get a break in the industry? Given the current situation, it is definitely not easy because the existing designers are already providing consumers with all the latest trends. Unless a new designer has a unique fashion idea, it will be hard for them to survive. Anything unique tends to get more attention and popularity. Also, a strong online and offline marketing of the idea is likely to get a fairly good chance to make it big. © Ravi Gupta Where do you think men's fashion in India is heading? Men's fashion in India is at its best. I think it will stay there and only evolve. Previously, men were not fashion conscious. The modern man has his own taste and preferences. The change has been brought in by the international brands and Indian designers have added an edge to it. The rise in travel has also given men the liberty to experiment and open their minds to fashion and styling. They are able to make informed choices and also have their own ideas on how their outfit should be styled and even tailored. © Instagram/pyumishra Tell us something about Anahata, your latest festive collection. 'Anahata' is the heart chakra or the fourth primary chakra, according to Hindu Yogic. This collection came to life during the lockdown and has a spiritual connection. It’s a collection that is very close to my heart and revolves around geometric prints, subtle and soothing colours, and classic silhouettes; because I feel that the ongoing period is all about basics. Even the upcoming wedding season will see very basic and classic silhouettes. So keeping that in view, we have designed this collection and is likely to be accepted by a wider audience. © Ravi Gupta Three words you'd use to describe your signature style? Classic, versatile, and affordable luxury. Do you think traditional Indian menswear is evolving? Yes, certainly, it is! Any advice for younger designers who are trying to get a break in the industry Be original and create your own unique style. What would be your alternate career option, if not fashion? A yoga practitioner/teacher. One key trend that you think has the potential to make it big in the menswear market Long jackets - thigh or knee-length. Men's fashion in India slipped through the cracks of the mainstream fashion scene and has stayed under the radar for far too long. Take a look at any fashion event - fashion weeks, fashion shows et all, and you'll see how in most of them, menswear seems to be an afterthought. Furthermore, shows focusing exclusively on menswear are a rarity. As a series, Ace Indian Designers is an earnest attempt to celebrate the changing phase of men's fashion in India, and those pioneering geniuses who have come to define our sartorial sensibilities. View the full article
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  19. Often labelled as one of the most popular and successful teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Chennai Super Kings (CSK), to everyone's surprise this season, have looked a mere shadow of the three-time champions we cherished in the past. From losing key players, struggling for form to unfavourable results, nothing has gone CSK's way in the tournament this year. With seven losses in 10 matches, the Chennai brigade is currently languishing at the last spot in the points table. Their recent seven-wicket loss to Rajasthan Royals (RR) has potentially ended their Playoffs hopes and the fans aren't impressed. Amid CSK's poor run, skipper MS Dhoni has drawn a lot of flak for the fortunes of the 'Yellow Brigade' this season. © Twitter/@IPL The Punjab opener had anchored the chase for his team with a brilliant knock of 77 runs which allowed them to tie the match and push it into a 'Super Over'. Facing a daunting task of defending just five runs in an over, Punjab were once again aided by Rahul whose brilliant piece of glovework, that led to the run-out of Quinton de Kock, allowed his team to tie the first 'Super Over' before eventually winning it in the second. My thala ️️ pic.twitter.com/Av7DUPyn8R — ɢαjαl (@Gajal_Dalmia) October 18, 2020 Rahul's performance with the willow had already earned him plaudits, but it was his exceptional run-out that became the highlight of the match. The right-handed batsman was lauded by cricket pundits and fans alike on social media. Amongst all the praise, one Punjab fan shared the photo of Rahul's run-out on Twitter alongside the caption: "My Thala". There is only one Thala Gajal and everyone knows who he is. — K L Rahul (@klrahul11) October 19, 2020 In response to the fan's tweet, Rahul, who can't seem to do any wrong this season, won many hearts by reminding everyone that there is only one Thala. "There is only one Thala Gajal and everyone knows who he is," Rahul replied. A thrilling win against Mumbai did give Punjab a ray of hope to turn their fortunes this season but the road ahead is extremely tough. Having lost six games in nine matches so far, the Rahul-led side have little margin for error if they intend to make the cut for the Playoffs this season. And, their next clash, which against table-topper Delhi Capitals (DC) on October 20, is not going to be easy either. View the full article
  20. The match between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals has to be one of the most boring matches this season, especially when it was preceded by the brilliant double Super Over clash between Kings XI Punjab and Mumbai Indians. CSK managed to score 125 runs which is the lowest first innings total this season and the Royals were able to easily chase it down with two and a half overs to spare. Jos Buttler, who smashed an unbeaten 70 off 48 deliveries received ‘Man of the Match’. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@rajasthanroyals) Other than that, there was simply very little to talk about from whatever happened on the field. Oh, and CSK absolutely sucked. Off the field, however, what caught everyone’s attention was Chennai skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s comments about his own teammates and how it felt as if the 39-year-old veteran has already given up on all intentions of going ahead in the tournament, at least this season. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@chennaiipl) After the disappointing defeat in his 200th IPL match, Dhoni said: “You don’t want to chop and change. Insecurity is something you don’t want to prevail in the dressing room. Fair enough, this season we weren’t really there.”The skipper then went on to criticise his own teammates, especially the young blood for not showing the “spark”. He said: “Also the youngsters, we didn’t see the spark to push the guys. But what this result has done is give those youngsters a chance in the rest of the tournament. Maybe going forward we bring them in and they play without pressure.” View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@chennaiipl) While nobody questioned Dhoni’s ability to lead a team to a title in the past, for him to throw his team’s youngsters under the bus like that, especially this season when the skipper himself has failed to leave an impact, is not justified. A season high of 47 runs while playing with a strike rate of 125.19, Dhoni has not only lost 70% of his matches this year but has also been criticised for not showing the intent to win. Ha ha ha , they are out of the season. This ipl is over for them. . Good to see the points table. pic.twitter.com/ab8M9A1vWb — basuCHANDAKi (@basuCHANDAKi) October 20, 2020 Early in the season, one of his biggest critics in Gautam Gambhir had called the captain out for “not leading the team from the front” when he had promoted relatively inexperienced players like Sam Curran and Kedar Jadhav ahead of him in the batting order during a chase. The lack of intent isn’t new either. Back in 2019 when India lost their first match in the World Cup against England, it was all-rounder Ben Stokes who pointed out how there was no sense of willingness, no sense of urgency in the way Dhoni was performing on the pitch, when his team, his country needed him to play like the finisher he used to be. © Reuters To the fans who blindly follow ‘Captain Cool’, I understand that MS Dhoni has led Chennai Super Kings to three remarkable IPL titles, making the franchise one of the most successful in league history but you can’t bask in the glory of the past forever. Every season is a new one and if you are one of those rare athletes your franchise paid massive sums of money to retain, you can’t afford to shift the blame on the less experienced, definitely not when you are the leader of the squad. View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@chennaiipl) “Step up or step aside,” that has to be one of the few basic lessons the world of sports teaches everyone involved in the fraternity. If you feel you are too old for being the best player on the field, then retire. Otherwise, show up when the team wants you the most. You’ve been doing it all your career, MS Dhoni. Time to do it again. View the full article
  21. The moment we thought 2020 can’t get any worse, Dhinchak Pooja’s new song dropped on the internet titled Roz Roz Ka Kaam . So, like people say simplicity is the essence of happiness- Dhinchak Pooja tried to get it embodied in a song. The song lyrics are literally her defining her Roz Roz Ka Kaam which includes brushing her teeth to taking a bath, and dressing up, and heading to work. Yes, you read that right! pic.twitter.com/7bAvO1IjjL — Dhinchakpooja (@DhinchakPooja) October 15, 2020 The song was released on Youtube and the lyrics go as “Subah uthte hain hum, brush karte hain hum. Phir khaate hain hum, phir jaate hain hum. Chai banaate hain hum, usse peete hain hum. Nahate hain hum, phir taiyyar hote hain hum.” Also, in the song’s video, you can see Dhinchak Pooja enacting every line of the song and you need to watch it to understand what we are trying to tell you. So, here you go- Dhinchak Pooja has turned off her comments for her song on YouTube but the song is doing the rounds on social media and honestly, people are calling the song worse than the virus. Now, we are not very sure if she really knows that people make fun of her songs or what but this song will definitely make your ears bleed. So, here’s what people are saying on the internet about her new song Roz Roz Ka Kaam - pic.twitter.com/D7s3QV4i7t — ritwik (@ritwikbeta) October 16, 2020Please tell me she is being intentionally bad? Like she knows that that's her USP and it'll sell? She has to. I don't think she's THAT deluded that she is under the impression that this is good. Right? RIGHT?! pic.twitter.com/d6LQXb4902 — Pramit Chatterjee (@pramitheus) October 16, 2020I was alive until now only to witness this — 🆂🅽🅹🆄 🆃🅷🅺🆄🆁 (@dusnumberi_sanj) October 16, 2020Eyes after watching this : pic.twitter.com/22rqptMh32 — A.S. (@AS__Tweets) October 16, 2020Dhinchak Pooja Releases new song. Le public: pic.twitter.com/IIngG3X1IY — Ankit Poddar (@poddar_25) October 15, 2020Dhinchak Pooja’s real name is Pooja Jain and she lives in East Delhi in the national capital. Her first song was Swag Waali Topi and we just hope that she doesn’t come up with any more songs in this lifetime. View the full article
  22. A lot of times we dislike a few Bollywood songs but they later get stuck in our heads. After all, many Bollywood songs don’t really make any sense and are offensive and even sexist in many ways. Half the songs are remixes of old songs and have unnecessary rap in between that will make you think that you don’t like a particular song. However, after a few days, you’d end up getting stuck wherein you’d be listening to the same songs that you once hated on loop. So, here are 5 Bollywood dancing songs that we all initially hated but now can’t do without it- Ghungroo - War The song is from Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff starrer film that performed extremely well at the box office. However, a lot of us didn’t like the song Ghungroo featured in the film but now almost everyone who likes to dance knows the hook step of this song. Akh Lad Jave – Loveyatri The film released in the year 2018 and starred Warrina Hussain and Aayush Sharma in the lead roles but couldn’t do well at the box office at all. However, this song soon became a hit and even after two years, you’ll see people listening to it. Dilbar -Satyameva Jayate Everyone would agree that most of us dislike remixes but this one, we’d just listen so that we can look at Nora Fatehi’s moves. This song gets you in the party feels and we don’t mind if the DJ plays this song. Kamariya – Stree Honestly, most of us don’t even remember this song’s lyrics but the beat of this song would want to dance. This song also showcases Nora Fatehi doing the magic that she does and no one would ever want to miss that. Dheeme Dheeme - Pati Patni Aur Woh Most of us are still struggling with the hook step of this song but now we have come up with our own steps. This song is played at every party and sometimes even when you’re going on just a long drive, this song will get you in the part feels. View the full article
  23. Apple first introduced wireless charging in 2017 with the launch of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and the iPhone X . It was a big deal for iPhone users but it didn't make any impact on the market because Android phone users had been using it for years. Ever since then we've been waiting for Apple to come up with something really cool and useful that'll actually make Android users envious. Well, it looks like it's finally happening. © MPOW According to a new listing online, it looks like Apple's new iPhone 12 will support magnetic wireless charging. MPOW Japan, a third-party accessories manufacturer, has already debuted a magnetically attached wireless charging system for the iPhone 12. Their press release says the charger is built to support a new magnetic charging specification that'll most likely be introduced with the iPhone 12. Their charger incorporates a "specially processed" ring-shaped magnet that is positioned strategically around a central charging coil. They say a similar arrangement of magnets is placed inside the iPhone 12 too, allowing for firm attachment with compatible accessories. © MPOW This bolsters the rumors that Apple's new iPhones will support magnetic wireless charging. We're pumped to see this feature because it's going to make our lives a lot easier. The biggest pet peeve that most people have while using wireless chargers is making sure the alignment of the coil is in place. With magnetic chargers, we won't have to worry about the alignment. We're not sure if Apple will be making its own magnetic wireless chargers but we won't be surprised to see that happening down the line. Anyway, we'll get to know more about the new iPhone tonight when Apple officially unveils everything. Stay tuned for more info on the same. Source: MPOW View the full article
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