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The entire craze of rehashing old songs to suit the millennial palate is getting a little out of hands now I guess. Not all copies and remakes are great and some just end up being the opposite of what one might call an 'eargasm' and also ruins all your memories attached to the original. The latest victim that made it to the 'nay' in the remake list is the iconic song 'Poster Lagwa Do' from the upcoming romcom called 'Luka Chuppi' which stars Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon. Now before we dissect the song, let's just first listen to it. The song has been sung (or shall I say ruined) by Mika and Sunanda Sharma, two very well known names in the Punjabi industry. I absolutely love Sunanda's voice and her previous outings which includes these two fab numbers: Now I don't know why she suddenly sounds like Dhinchak Pooja in this new song and we thought all remakes were supposed to be done by Neha Kakkar, a voice we miss in this song. Netizens are also not happy with this number at all. Disappointed with #PosterLagwaDo song Female singer ruined it ð¡ — AKKIAN YOGESHá´·áµË¢áµÊ³â±ð¥ð¥ (@akkiLoverYogesh) January 29, 2019 #PosterLagwaDo shit song — Reki (@iamrekiraj) January 29, 2019 after hearing #PosterLagwaDo , had to hear the old one 4 times to get over it...!! — à¤®à¥à¤à¤¬à¤à¤à¥ à¤®à¤¾à¤²à¤µà¤£à¥ (@malvnimumbaikar) January 29, 2019 Not kidding, you actually have to listen to the original track to forget this new rendition. The original song was in 'Aflatoon' which starred Akshay Kumar and Urmila Matondkar in the lead. Kriti and Kartik are currently busy promoting their movie which actually looks really great to be honest and even took a little help from Akshay Kumar himself. View this post on Instagram Poster lagenge fir ek baar !! ð Thankk you Akshay Sir!! @akshaykumar You are the bestt!! â¤ï¸ð¤ #PosterLagwaDo Out Tomorrow at 11am. Stay Tuned. @kartikaaryan #DineshVijan @laxman.utekar @MaddockFilms #PankajTripathi @aparshakti_khurana #VinayPathak @officialjiocinema #JioStudios @tseries.official A post shared by Kriti (@kritisanon) on Jan 28, 2019 at 4:15am PST Why can't Bollywood come up with some original numbers, like seriously?
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsPooja Bedi was known as one of the hottest actresses that Bollywood had ever seen when she went all Marilyn Monroe in 'Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikandar'. Years later, her gorgeous daughter Aalia Furniturewalla is all set to face the camera for her debut movie. View this post on Instagram Forever my two moods . . . Photo by the lovely @sashajairam Hair and make up by @saherahmed91 Styled by @alliaalrufai A post shared by ALAIA F (@alaiaf_) on Sep 16, 2018 at 5:09am PDT View this post on Instagram Keep your head up, keep your love A post shared by ALAIA F (@alaiaf_) on Feb 16, 2018 at 11:28pm PST Aalia will star in a comedy movie starring Saif Ali Khan and will play the role of his teenager daughter. View this post on Instagram V I B E S Photo cred: the very patient @sahibtakkar A post shared by ALAIA F (@alaiaf_) on Dec 29, 2017 at 3:15am PST View this post on Instagram #tb with mother dearest A post shared by ALAIA F (@alaiaf_) on Nov 23, 2017 at 4:39am PST The movie is all set to go on floors in 2019 and after Sara Ali Khan and Janhvi Kapoor making their debut this year, looks like Bollywood is ready for another fresh face. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ALAIA F (@alaiaf_) on Aug 20, 2017 at 1:23am PDT View this post on Instagram Thank you for the super cute top @greyfashioncompany!! I can literally wear it anywhere and it looks greatð Go check out their stuff guys! A post shared by ALAIA F (@alaiaf_) on Jul 22, 2017 at 1:47am PDT What's in a name? Well, ask Alia Bhatt who is spelling magic with every movie she does. Will Aalia live up to the expectations of Bollywood's standards? Only time will tell, but we look forward to see what she has to offer the audience.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsFor a country that has been blessed with prolific wrestlers over the years, India continues to find talent and nurture them in a bid to flex its muscles in the wrestling domain globally. We've seen numerous Indian wrestlers proving their mettle internationally, bagging coveted medals and making the country proud. After an impressive outing at the Asian Games last month, the Indian wrestlers were expected to carry on their fine form in the ongoing Wrestling World Championships in Budapest, Hungary. In what was arguably a brilliant start for India's campaign, Bajrang Punia produced a hard-fought silver-medal finish in the men's 65kg freestyle category. While the coveted silver made him the first Indian wrestler to win two medals at the World Championships (his last being a bronze in the 2013 edition), it also set the tone for his fellow compatriots to follow in his footsteps. But, India had to wait for a while for its next medal at the tournament. © Twitter/@wrestling The likes of Vijay (55kg), Gaurav Sharma (63kg), Kuldeep Malik (72kg) and Harpreet Singh (82kg) all crashed out after losing their Qualification rounds in the Greco-Roman competition. There was no respite in the women's category as medal favourites Sakshi Malik and Ritu Phogat both missed out on securing a medal for their country. While Rio Olympics bronze medallist Sakshi yet again failed to reach the medal round at a big-ticket event following her loss in the repechage round to Hungary's Marianna Sastin, Ritu missed out on an opportunity to emulate her elder sisters Geeta and Babita after her loss in the bronze medal bout against Ukraine's Oksana Livach. After the early exits of the two women wrestlers, it was eventually a 24-year-old who gave India its second medal at the ongoing World Championships. Pooja Dhanda became the first woman wrestler to win a medal in this year's competition following her bronze-medal finish in the women's 57kg freestyle category in Budapest. Delivering one of the best performances of her career, Pooja opened up a 4-1 lead with a throw on counter and then consolidated the lead with a roll to make it 6-1 after the end of the first period. The Indian wrestler conceded a point for a step out and then gave another for the same later in the bout, but she came back strong with another four-point throw to take a 10-2 lead. Handed two cautions for the step outs, Pooja knew she couldn't back anymore which probably explained her attacking strategy in the later stage of the bout. Her opponent did try to fight back with a takedown and a couple of push outs to reduce the gap, but the Indian wrestler proved too good to eventually secure a remarkable 10-7 win over 2017 European champion Grace Jacob Bullen. Pooja Dhanda wins Bronze Medal in the #WorldWrestlingChampionships in #Budapest. Dhanda defeated Grace Bullen of Norway 10-7. This was India's second medal at the 2018 Championships. #BudaWrestle2018 pic.twitter.com/VpmbdcwVlE — All India Radio News (@airnewsalerts) October 26, 2018 "I'm feeling really good. It's a very proud moment for my country and I am the one who has got their pride and I'm really very happy. I want to thank the federation, my coaches, my physios and my players for supporting me and making me strong," Pooja said after the match. Congratulations on a hard fought Bronze medal @poojadhanda0007 ð Loved your courage and determination on the mat ðª Here's to many more! #BudaWrestle2018 — Vinesh Phogat (@Phogat_Vinesh) October 25, 2018 Her bronze-medal win made the Haryana wrestler only the fourth Indian woman to win a World Championship medal and first in six years. It was the 24-year-old's second big medal this year, having secured a silver at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast in April.