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Maybe it's not a high-quality rhyme, but it's my first . sorry for the mistakes. I have been to many forums but I have not been looking for a forum so good that I will be happy, my colleague. I have met the forum and I became cheerful and I wanted to stay with you
Two very random facts: One, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson just had a baby girl, so congratulations Dwayne! And two, the Rock and Kevin Hart once insulted the f*** out of each other in the Playground Insults game on Scott Mills' radio show on BBC Radio 1. Now, let's combine the two and get ready for a glorious result: The Rock just trolled Kevin Hart in the most SAVAGE way imaginable with an Instagram post. Take a look. © Instagram If that was not enough, he wrote a poem - the most hilarious poem we have heard in a while. It reads: To my beloved son, @kevinhart4real Twinkle Twinkle little Hart I just don't know where to start Daddy will always love and protect your tiny little soul Even though you were delivered directly out of the butthole. #Shhhh #ShutYourLittleMouth #GoNightNight #DaddysBigStrongCallousedHands © Twitter The duo, who have worked together in Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle, frequently take to roasting each other. There are several compilations on YouTube. However, the one that you truly can't afford to miss out on is the insult session on BBC Radio 1 Show, where Hart famous called The Rock a 'Portugese Tittyhead'. The Rock didn't hold back either. © Twitter You can watch it here.. Thanks for making our Monday morning a little lighter, Dwayne! We had absolutely no idea about that big troll hidden inside those big muscles.
[embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/cbaf0d0d35fa7b7c2eb167189d0d394d.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTIvMTEvMjAxNyA5OjQ1OjU4IEFNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9U1FvVG9xYjJEa1huaFYrdDIwM0V2dz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] LAHORE: Grandson of Allama Muhammad Iqbal, Muneeb Iqbal, dismissed an audio clip viral nowadays on social media, which is said to be of legendary poet reciting his famous poem ?Shikwa?. In a video, Muneeb clarified that the voice is not of Allama Iqbal. ?People from all across the world are messaging me, but this is not the audio recording of Allama Iqbal,? he remarked. Rather than sharing false clips of the poet, the people should take efforts to learn from the Iqbal?s vision and philosophy, he advised. The recorded voice has been identified to be of Muqeem Jamal Nasir reciting his favourite poem. Speaking on the issue, Nasir remarked that he has uploaded videos of him reciting other Allama Iqbal?s poems before as well. However, someone spread the recording falsely claiming it is Iqbal?s voice, he said. While social media has made life easier, it has also considerably increased the spread of fake news. People often don?t ensure the authenticity of any clip, video or news before sharing it.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson visits Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar January 21, 2017. REUTERS LONDON: Britain?s ambassador to Myanmar was forced to interrupt Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson earlier this year as he tried to recite a nostalgic colonial poem by Rudyard Kipling in public during a visit to the country?s most famous Buddhist site. Johnson, who helped lead the Leave campaign in the 2016 Brexit referendum, is caught on camera starting to recite Kipling?s poem, Mandalay, after striking a bell at the Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon. ?The temple bells they say,? Johnson says in television footage by Channel 4. ?Come you back, you British soldier.? As Johnson continues with his recitation of the poem which celebrates a soldier?s love affair with a local woman during Britain?s colonial rule of what was then known as Burma, the ambassador tenses. ?You?re on mic. Probably not a good idea,? British ambassador Andrew Patrick said. ?What, The Road to Mandalay?? Johnson asked. ?No. Not appropriate,? the ambassador said. Johnson replied ?good stuff? and then started to take photographs of the scene with his telephone camera. A spokeswoman for the Foreign Office declined to comment. Prime Minister Theresa May?s appointment of Johnson, who in the run-up to Britain?s referendum on EU membership compared the goals of the European Union to those of Adolf Hitler and Napoleon, caused consternation in European capitals. In recent weeks, Johnson has attempted to set out his vision of Britain outside the European Union.
“Dilon mein tum apni betabiyan leke chal rahe ho. Toh zinda ho tum! Nazar mein khwaabon ki bijliyan leke chal rahe ho. Toh zinda ho tum!” Remember Farhan Akhtar reciting these lines in 'Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara'? This movie would have never been the same if it wasn't him rendering those lines. There is something in his voice that gives simple lines a whole new dimension. Farhan's voice often weaves the magic that we can't get over. The magic of poetry is such that once you start listening to it, you just can't get over it. And if it is in Urdu the intensity one can feel is beyond anyone's imagination. Be it a nazam or just a ghazal, the words create a spell that you can't get over. And if these words are written by Muztar Khairabadi, then just be assured that what you are bound to feel is too beautiful to express. “Elaaj dard-e-dil tum se maseeha ho nahin sakta, Tum acha kar nahin sakte, main acha ho nahin sakta.” Have you ever fallen in love? Then these lines by Muztar Sahab is enough to take you down the memory lane. Though he has written some really amazing stuff, one of his most famous poetry is Na Kisi Ki Aankh Ka Noor. It is one such classic Urdu poem that touches your soul. Wonder what it talks about? Hear it and find it yourself: Every time I hear these lyrics, my heart skips a beat. And believe it or not, if you will hear these lyrics, you will realise what exactly I am talking about. Not many are aware of the fact but Iftikhar Hussain who wrote under the pen name of Muztar is the grandfather of Javed Akhtar and great grandfather of multi-talented Farhan Akhtar. And now a video has surfaced online where Farhan can be seen reciting his great grandfather's classic work, leaving everyone stunned and overwhelmed. What else can a Urdu shayari lover ask for? Muztar's words and Farhan voice, that's the ultimate dream. Magical indeed!
Patriarchy affects not just women, but men too. If it tells a woman to cover up, it also tells a man to suppress his fear and emotion. Feminism is not a fight only for women's rights – it bats for gender equality, it fights to make all genders equal as far as rights are concerned. It tells women not to suppress their voice, it also tells men not to suppress their emotions. © Youtube Toxic masculinity is a direct result of patriarchy; it is when patriarchy ends up harming men too. Men don't cry, men are not afraid, men protect, they provide, they lead. The pressure on men to rise, excel and support is immense. So many men have abandoned their dreams to provide for their families. So many times, they have suppressed their emotions and pain and gone to bed with a heavy heart because sharing emotions is considered a weakness reserved only for women. © Youtube Sixteen-year-old Simar Singh, founder of UnErase Poetry, performs his moving piece titled ‘How To Be A Man' that exposes the insidious way in which patriarchy has been killing the spirit of every boy who has lived under it. He talks about how men have been taught for centuries to keep it all inside, to portray a tough exterior, to never let the mask slip. These strictly divided gender roles have done more harm than good and they have been systematically torturing both men and women for centuries. Time to ‘unerase' those conventions and ideologies.
Today, living with a Muslim identity brings with it a whole set of complications. From being discriminated against to facing prejudices in India and abroad, Muslims have often been put through litmus tests to prove their loyalty. Indian Muslims are as much Indian as Indian Hindus, but they are often still viewed with suspicion and distrust. Terrorism affects everybody, irrespective of religion or race, but it also alienates Muslims all over the world. © Youtube_Kommune India This poem titled ‘Hindustani Musalmaan’ by Hussain Haidry is a powerful reminder of how every Hindustani Muslim is as much Indian than anyone else. Our cuisines, rituals, gods and customs might be different, but at the end of the day, we are breathing the same air, getting stuck in the same traffic, laughing at the same jokes on television, crying at the same moments in the movie halls, and slogging in the same job. Performing at Kommune India, which is a storytelling platform started by Ankur Tiwari, Gaurav Kapoor and Roshan Abbas, Haidry—who is a lyricist-screenwriter by choice and CA-MBA by qualification— makes a hard-hitting point.