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  1. We all are influenced by Bollywood in ways that we donât even know. A lot of us take inspiration from actors and actresses outfits and then make them our own. Not only this, but many people also try and imitate the actorâs character in the film and sometimes fail badly. Recently, a Madhya Pradesh Police Sub-Inspector made a dare-devil video of himself copying the famous stunt performed by Ajay Devgn in the film Singham. Yes, you read that right! In the video, Manoj Yadav, the incharge of Narsinghgarh police post in Damoh district can be seen trying to balance himself on two moving cars, copying a filmâs scene. Checkout the video here- Actor नहà¥, Sub Inspector हॠ... !!! #MadhyaPradesh à¤à¥ दमà¥à¤¹ à¤à¤¿à¤²à¥ à¤à¥ à¤à¤ सब à¤à¤à¤¸à¥à¤ªà¥à¤à¥à¤à¤° ð¼ à¤à¤¾ वà¥à¤¡à¤¿à¤¯à¥ ! à¤à¤¸à¤ªà¥ नॠदिठà¤à¤¾à¤à¤ à¤à¥ à¤à¤¦à¥à¤¶... pic.twitter.com/P2mMQy3Bnx â Supriya Bhardwaj (@Supriya23bh) May 11, 2020 In the video, you can see the cop wearing glasses and his real uniform and he got the whole drama specially filmed. Later, Yadav had to bear a fine of Rs. 5000 after this video got viral on social media. He was also warned not to repeat such mistakes in the future. The senior police officials said that such stunts had serious consequences and real life is not a movie. Youngsters can get wrong signals from such videos and can lead to accidents. © Reliance Entertainment The video has already garnered around 87.1 K views on Twitter and around 4.1K likes. Also, we donât really know if this scene was actually performed by Ajay Devgn in the film or a trained professional. So, it is always advisable to not blindly follow whatever is shown in the movie. Hereâs what people on the internet have to say about the bizarre incident- Shaqal se to lag raha bahut fhat rahi guru ji ki video banate hueð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ â Crish (@Crish46579420) May 11, 2020No one can ever have the intense eyes and hairstyle like @ajaydevgn ð¤©ð¤­ â Manogya Loiwal (@manogyaloiwal) May 12, 2020Tiktok pe famous hone chala tha. Ab hawa nikal jaayegi. Still laughing at those newspapers kept under his feet â Zeeshan Mhaskar (@MhaskarChief) May 11, 2020Hahaha , Car also same thougt they were going open travel business â Urd (@Urd87336418) May 11, 2020 pic.twitter.com/Ce4ni3ZjYS â Sylvester Chintu (@Sylvesterchintu) May 11, 2020The positive takeaway from the picture: the officer is fit and feels proud of being a police officer. â Alok K N Mishra TOI (@AlokKNMishraTOI) May 11, 2020So, while youâre trying to be a movie hero in real life, always remember that movie sets are very different from reality. They have a trained team of artists who know how to deal with such situations but we canât deny that the MP cop actually looks like a real actor. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below. View the full article
  2. Social media comes with its own share of the good and the bad. While it is known to be a great place for infotainment, the aspect of instant virality also successfully keeps people on the edge. Now, while that might affect a common man in one way, virality hits celebrities very differently. © BCCL Given their wide popularity and mass following, celebrity virality comes with its own share of drawbacks, especially in the case of tweets and comments which become sensational given their harmful or offensive streaks. We have often witnessed celebrities being publicly called out and virtually bashed for their âinsensitiveâ comments, which forces them to see the wrong in their action and own up to it. Here are 5 celebrities who publicly apologised for their insensitive tweets in recent times. 1. Karan Johar © Instagram Karan Johar is known to be pretty active on social media and has kept up the tradition even under lockdown by constantly sharing fun videos featuring his children Roohi and Yash. However, after the director recently came across an online video titled âThank You Celebritiesâ which showed how international celebs are âenjoyingâ during the lockdown and forgetting about real peopleâs struggles, he took to his Twitter account and âprofuselyâ apologized for lacking âemotional foresightâ and posting insensitive posts on his feed. This hit me hard and I have realised many of my posts may have been insensitive to many...I apologise profusely and wish to add none of it was intentional and came from a place of sharing but clearly may have lacked emotional foresight ....am sorry!ï¸ https://t.co/MO3kHkDQdo â Karan Johar (@karanjohar) April 25, 2020 However, many of his followers have commented saying there is no need for an apology because his intent wasnât particularly wrong. 2. Anand Mahindra © BCCL While almost all of Mahindraâs tweets are well-received by his followers, one of his recent tweets containing a picture of a poor mother and her toddler wearing âleafâ masks didnât sit well with his follower and comedian Aditi Mittal, wherein he had said âItâs not just about #MaskIndia but also a greener world. A reminder that nature already provides us with all that we need..â Aditi replied on the tweet with this, Anand, this is NOTHING to be celebrated. There is NO EVIDENCE that wearing a leaf provides ANY kind of protection. They are not doing this environmental awareness, they are doing this because govs who were supposed to provide them this life saving mask have forsaken them. â awryaditi (@awryaditi) April 25, 2020 And being the graceful gentleman that Mr Mahindra is, he accepted his oversight and sent out a public apology. Youâre right, I can see how my tweet appeared insensitive to the inequity of the situation. Iâve deleted it. https://t.co/YL2Ucqrc9e â anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) April 25, 2020 3. Divyanka Tripathi © Twitter - sakshi3010 TV actress Divyanka Tripathi was called out recently for her insensitive tweet during the early stages of coronavirus outbreak in Maharashtra. With many people practising social distancing, Mumbai roads had become free of traffic jams, which made Divyanka say, âWith such less traffic in Mumbai, it seems like an opportunity to quickly complete metro, bridges and smooth roads." This didnât sit well with her followers and one of them called out the actor and said: As if the engineers & construction worker life r not important .. such an vague & unrequired tweet at this moment â siya mishra.. (@siya_siyamishra) March 17, 2020 Many other users also said that Divyankaâs tweet was inappropriate, following which the Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actor accepted her error and apologized. My apologies. Point taken. https://t.co/WXQUkRFee1 â Divyanka T Dahiya (@Divyanka_T) March 17, 2020 She also went on to add, We all are humans and susceptible to errors. In this volatile & violent social media world, important question is: If someone's capable of realizing and apologizing..ARE YOU CAPABLE OF FORGIVING AND MOVING ON? Should everything be News & point of argument? Where's humanity there? â Divyanka T Dahiya (@Divyanka_T) March 17, 2020 4. Akshay Kumar © Viral Bhayani End of last year saw a huge uproar on social media when tweets showing actor Akshay Kumar âlikedâ a video that mocked the attack on Jamia students amid the mass protests that broke out in the university area in December over the CAA-NRC issue. For people requesting Bollywood stars for raising their voice against police brutality on Jamia students. Here is our Hero @akshaykumar who "likes" a tweet mocking brutal attack on Jamia Milia students. He has now unliked it. #JamiaProtest pic.twitter.com/tgYwOiHDQ6 â Mohammed Zubair (@zoo_bear) December 16, 2019 Though Akshay swiftly unliked the post as soon as the news broke, he went ahead and made a public announcement stating, âRegarding the âlikeâ on the tweet of Jamia Milia students, it was by mistake. I was scrolling and accidentally it must have been pressed and when I realised I immediately unliked it as in no way do I support such acts.â 5. Vivek Oberoi © Twitter - TheReel_in Early last year, actor Vivek Oberoi landed himself in a soup when he shared a rather distasteful meme on his Twitter handle, which linked the exit polls to Aishwarya Rai Bachchanâs romantic life which also involved him at one point. © Twitter - Iam_AJain Following backlash and a notice to himself by the National Commision for Women, Vivek ended up deleting the tweet and extended an apology saying, âEven if one woman is offended by my reply to the meme, it calls for remedial action. Apologies...tweet deleted.â Sometimes what appears to be funny and harmless at first glance to one, may not be so to others. I have spent the last 10 years empowering more than 2000 underprivileged girls, I cant even think of being disrespectful to any woman ever. â Vivek Anand Oberoi (@vivekoberoi) May 21, 2019 View the full article
  3. If you are also binging on Money Heistâs latest season and been pondering over the brilliance of how these robberies are executed in movies then chances are that youâre probably in the zone where you are looking to watch more movies based on a heist to keep the adrenaline pumping. While there are some fantastic heist movies out there, here are 4 heist movies made in Bollywood which are super interesting as they are based and inspired from real life robberies: 1. Special 26- This crime thriller starring Akshay Kumar and Anupam Kher is based of the famous heist of the Opera House in Mumbai in 1987. A group of con artists posed as fake CBI officials and executed a tax raid at the Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri & Sons Jewellers store in Mumbai. 2. Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! â One of the best movies and also Abhay Deolâs fine performance is actually a retelling of the life story of the famous âBunty Chorâ in Delhi. The compulsive thief Devinder Singh aka Bunty became a problem for the Delhi police when he managed to dupe them several times for a while before being caught. Bunty eventually became more famous after the movie was released and even appeared on Bigg Boss. 3. Dolly Ki Doli â Sonam Kapoorâs comedy movie based on a goon bride who marries wealthy men only to take away their riches finds its inspiration in several real life cases. As per reports, a robber bride from UP hit headlines when she was known to marry men and rob them right after the wedding! Several other women got inspired from this piece of news and followed suit, which eventually inspired the character to be written. 4. Bunty Aur Babli â Everyone loved the cute con couple Bunty and Bablie played by Abhishek Bacchchan and Rani Mukerji who try and dupe people off their wealth and even manage to sell the âTaj Mahalâ to a buyer. According to a report, it can be a total coincidence or probably the super hit was loosely inspired from a similar real life couple in Nagpur. Sidhharth Jay Marathe and Maya Marathe were arrested for a fraud for Rs 500 crores in 2004 (a year before the movie was released). The couple moved cities, duping and cheating people and even started a fake stock broking firm in Delhi where their racket was eventually busted. View the full article
  4. Amidst the Coronavirus lockdown in India, we are all practising social-distancing by staying at home. Even celebrities on Instagram, with each post, remind us to stay at home and stay safe. But amid the lockdown, celebrities are also finding new and creative ways to engage with their audience. Sometimes, this means sharing more of their lives on social media than ever before, not that we're complaining. View this post on Instagram#WorkoutFromHome #Part2 Since we are all practicing #SocialDistancing @yasminkarachiwala and I worked out at our homes and put the workouts together for you to do at yours. Stay home stay safe ð ⣠â£â£ â¦ï¸ #Warmupâ£â£ 1.Squat with feet hip width apart - 2 sets x 25 repsâ£â£ 2.Squat with feet wide parallel- 2 sets x 25 reps â£â£ 3.Squat with feet wide turnout- 2 sets x 25 reps â£â£ 4.Squat with feet together- 2 sets x 25 reps⣠â£â£ â¦ï¸ #Workout:â£â£ â£â£ 1.Forward and Backward Lunge - 2 sets x 15 reps â£â£ 2.In Hover, Hip Dips - 3 sets x 20 reps 3.Curtsy Lunge to Side Kick - 3 sets x 15 reps â£â£ 4.Suicide Push- 3 sets x 15 reps â£â£ 5.Landis or Single Leg Squat - 3 sets x 15 reps â£â£ 6.Squat Jacks - 3 sets x 25 reps â£â£ â£â£ @reebokindia #CommittedToFitness â£â£ ð¥ by @isakaif ðA post shared by (@katrinakaif) Being a part of Bollywood often means that taking care of your body comes above anything else. Even in the lockdown, celebrities are not letting go of their healthy habits of working out every day, in fact, they're not shying away from posting their work-out routines or post-workout glow-up images to inspire their fan base. For instance, Anil Kapoor took to Instagram to inspire his audience to start working out despite the challenges that people can face in home-quarantine. In fact, we feel that these persistent workouts are the reason why he looks like a 27-year-old in real life. Here, take a look at his post. View this post on InstagramYou are your own motivation! #StayHomeStayFit #MondayMotivaton #LockdownSpiritsUpA post shared by (@anilskapoor) If you swipe right, you'll find a series of Anil Kapoor's post-workout images with motivational quotes that he believes him. And as you'll read them, it'll almost feel like he's saying it himself. © Anil Kapoor/ Instagram It all starts with a quote that encourages you to be authentic with yourself. © Anil Kapoor/ Instagram Then, he goes on to tell you that it is these hurdles in life that make it interesting. © Anil Kapoor/ Instagram He concludes by telling you that one should never give up. We think that this is the perfect quarantine fitness motivation on the internet right now. View the full article
  5. While movies are a way to get away from reality and jump into the world of fiction, a lot of us still want minute details of the film to match the reality of life. Even though weâd accept the storyline for being unrealistic, most of us would expect some things to be as they are in reality. However, movies often overdramatize certain scenarios and we think that needs to change. So, here are five scenarios that can never be the same as shown in Bollywood movies. Girls Waking Up With A Face Full Of Makeup © Yash Chopra Films Bollywood movies often show actresses waking up with a face full of makeup which hasnât smudged a bit. Now, as much as we think that we want our girlfriends to look like Bollywood actresses, itâs just impossible for them to wake up looking perfect in reality. And I think most of us know the difference between reel life and real life! Breaking Doors As If They Are Made Of Cardboard © Maddock films The purpose of a door is to keep people out but the doors shown in Bollywood are kicked and broken by actors as if they are made of cardboard. Real wooden doors arenât that easily breakable! So, please donât ever get over-influenced by a Rohit Shetty film and go about trying to kick doors open. People Never Break Any Part Of Their Hands While Punching Gratuitously © Reel Life Productions Now, we all like Bollywood action films but how do they go about punching each other without getting hurt themselves. In reality, if you punch that hard, youâd be running to see a doctor the same minute. Itâs just impossible to keep punching bad men and not feel like screaming from within! Real Conversations Are Never As Dramatic As Movie Conversations © Dharma Productions Remember that scene from K3G, where Amitabh Bachchan tells Jaya Bachchan, âKeh diya na, buss keh diyaâ? In reality, if my dad tells that to my mom, my mom will continue to speak what she has to and then theyâll get normal again. There is never this much drama and silence around a dialogue when it happens in reality. Always Dancing In Sync On Songs © Dharma Productions This is the most bizarre scenario shown in the movies. First of all, the stars of the movie break into a dance anywhere and everywhere. And people in real life, even if in love are least likely to dance in the middle of the road. Also, how do you know the dance steps already? It looks good on screen but this never happens unless we practice. Also, real people forget steps even in the planned Shaadi dance performances, so they canât definitely sync random dance moves on the road! Do you have more bizarre scenarios popping up in your mind? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  6. In times of country-wide lockdowns amidst the coronavirus pandemic, one trivial yet necessary question that we keep thinking about is to grow a beard or not. Growing a beard is tricky business and only a select few are able to master the art. On top of that everyday routine life can sometimes become a major hurdle when it comes to growing a beard, from corporate dress code restrictions to strenuous daily commute. There is something about the beard that gives your face a certain character that is worth trying out. However, now is the time to give growing a beard a try, considering we're all locked up in our houses. Even if the experiment goes wrong, you can go back to being clean-shaven and no one will notice once everything resumes back to normal. But if the experiment is successful, you might end up with a new look altogether that people adore. If you're looking for some inspiration, Here are 8 real men with glorious beards who've mastered the art of growing one. 1. Nitin Mehta © Nitin Mehta An ex-army official who has now taken up modeling as a full-time profession. (Nitn Mehta) 2.Umesh Gulia © Umesh Gulia Umesh Gulia is a beard model and designer from NIFT. 3. Paras Chawla © Paras Chawla Paras Chawla is an Indian designer who owns the label, NAKA Clothing. 4. Abhishek Paatni © Abhishek Paatni Abhishek Paatni is an Indian designer who owns the fashion label 'Nought One' - that deals in streetwear and athleisure. 5. Sowrav Bhowmik © Sowrav Bhowmik Sowrav Bhowmik is a fashion and grooming journalist. 6. Aksheev Puri © Aksheev Puri Aksheev Puri is an entrepreneur and a stylist. 7. Mayank Sehgal © Mayank Sehgal Mayank Sehgal is a bespoke menswear designer. 8. Param Sahib © Param Sahib Param Sahib is a Delhi-based fashion designer. Now that you're inspired, you could look up hacks to get you started on growing the beard of your dreams. View the full article
  7. After dishing out an epic homeground performance at 2019âs Pune Weekender, you might expect Pune-based producer Ritviz to take a break, go on vacation - anything except collab with Delhi rap prodigies Seedhe Maut, and dive into a studio with the intent to blend together Hindustani classical, EDM and the sickest lyrics from Delhiâs increasingly dominating rap game. Well, thatâs what the trio did - not just meeting in Delhi and Goa to fill up your future 2020 playlists with upcoming releases, but also collaborating for their first ever music video - Chalo Chalein, Check it out below: Sweet deal, especially with the dancers. While you can catch an interview with dancehall feature Jahnavi Sheriff here, I went on to pick Ritvizâs mind on some very important questions. Hereâs the gist of it. First of all, thanks for speaking to us! This is the first time weâre speaking again since the Weekender, if Iâm not wrong. Howâs things been for you since then? âItâs been a very insane roller coaster ride, honestly. Itâs been so overwhelming that Iâm still processing it right now, itâll still take some time to gather my [thoughts].â The video for Chalo Chalein came out very recently. Can you tell us a bit about the shoot itself? Working with the dancers during the production phase - how did it go for you? âSo we shot the music video right at the tip of Colaba. The place was beautiful, and everyone was working together on the set. The shoot began in the morning and my call-time was at around 4⦠it was an entire day where the entire crew was on it, and when I got there, the energy - I was jumping! You can even see this in the BTS videos, thatâs how excited I was!â âOur âold uncleâ walked in towards the end. That was just magic - the actor can just flip, or switch. Itâs like he has a switch button and once you hit it, he just transforms into a character. Every single dancer as well was so mind-blowing - watching them do their takes, you know. Itâs always fun to hang with them.â âOverall, it was just one epic day. I wish I had more shoots coming up for me because this was a very memorable one.â While the dancers have their own styles and backgrounds contrasting on screen, thereâs also the matter of you and Seedhe Maut. You both have your own unique talents and it comes from different places - very literally from Pune and Delhi. What was that collaborative spirit like? âTo start off, Iâve been a great fan of them right from the beginning, when they launched their first EP. It was a different world, completely - I come from a very different place. Thing is, this is just a teaser, compared to what we have coming up in 2020. Itâs insane, I remember I had gone to Delhi to meet the boys⦠the idea was just âlisten to our musicâ, and weâll see if we connect over something. We didnât think about the whole gaana banana hai thing - we were just hanging out.â âNow that turned into two days where we locked ourselves in the studio and knocked out two songs. Later, we went to Goa, and we didnât even go on the beach. It was a great way to explore and work, and eventually it felt like we created a system. Weâre constantly playing with each otherâs melodies and lyrics, in such a fun environment.â Now, you mentioned that âuncleâ in your music videos. This is the sixth or seventh one to feature in a Ritviz music video - where did the idea come in? âIt all started with filmmaker Reema [Sengupta] of CATNIP, who conceptualised the video and together, we came up with the idea of that uncle. It got so free-flowing and we entered different [creative] zones⦠we ended up having him because it just felt right, you know? In a way, we were paying respects to where we started from.â âSo yeah, weâre continuing this little tradition!â Can you tell us more about your experience working with Bacardi Sessions? âItâs been a great journey - this is what a brand and artist collaboration should look like. My collaboration with Bacardi has been insane with house party sessions and so on⦠itâs been unbelievable.â âThe idea of expression, what Iâm trying to portray in terms of visual and audio - the synergy works well with Bacardiâs motto. It really pushes the message that things you care about and are really passionate about - you should pursue that. Thatâs what my music is all about, and the thought process I inculcate. Itâs beautiful, and we have a lot of stuff in the pipeline.â On your Youtube channel, the Chalo Chalein video has a very interesting top comment from a fan. 'My father passed away on 24th February 2020 after fighting cancer for more than a year and a half. This song has been playing on repeat. Currently sitting in my car listening to this song on repeat. This song just makes me feel that my father has left his physical body and gone to âneel gaganâ aka heaven. Thank you Ritviz from the bottom of my heart for this song.' How does it feel to influence a fan so deeply? âWhen I read this comment, I couldnât process it since it was a very heavy comment and⦠the whole thing was very hard to digest, you know. Itâs extremely overwhelming but also humbling at the same time.â âJust the fact that my music can travel into somebodyâs psyche⦠I say this, always, but I feel that a song basically takes birth inside a listener. I say this onstage too - âitâs not my song, itâs your songâ. When people come to my show and sing along to my music, they sing it like itâs theirs!â âThat way, I know that this is that dudeâs song. It has become his. Iâm just glad that I have been able to share my music, which was my only goal since I was a little kid. If I sit on a song for too long, I feel weird about it, so my entire goal is just to share whatever I have and experience this entire thing together.â Can you tell us about any upcoming projects in 2020? âSure! First of all, there's the upcoming project with Seedhe Maut - a new album that you can expect to come in a couple of months. My own album, DEV, is also in the process and should come out around then too.â View the full article
  8. Weâve all loved watching quintessential cop dramas where the police triumph over gangsters, theyâre a step ahead of the criminals and overall â they bring the mafia down to their knees. But these are all fictional, larger than characters like Inspector Chulbul Pandey and his dabangaai, Singham with his lionâs roar or the rowdy Vikram Rathore. But, what if we tell you that weâd like to introduce you to the Asli Singham â a real cop dealing with real lives at stake, real bullets, no retakes and real crime? Headlined by Mohit Raina, MX Player is bringing viewers a gritty and hard-hitting crime drama called Bhaukaal, inspired by the life of IPS Officer Navniet Sekera. Raina returns to the screen after his much-appreciated roles in Uri: The Surgical Strike and also his small screen avatar as Mahadev in Devon Ke Dev: Mahadev. Bhaukaal is set in Muzaffarnagar of 2003, which was then known as one of the crime capitals of India. The series tells the story of how a single courageous police officer takes it upon himself to clean up the town of organised crime and also battles influential locals in the process, re-establishing the faith of the common man in the law. Raina features alongside an ensemble cast that includes Abhimanyu Singh, Siddhanth Kapoor, Bidita Bag, Sunny Hinduja, Rashmi Rajput, Pradeep Nagar, and Gulki Joshi. The show takes inspiration from IPS officer Navniet Sekera, whose life is amongst the handful of stories that document the account of honest police officers who go over and beyond their call of duty to right those wrongs. This 10-episodic series is directed by Jatin Wagle, produced for Applause Entertainment by Baweja Movies and penned by Akash Mohimen, Jay Bansal and Rohit Chauhan. The show is filled with action scenes that show heights of directorial and editorial prowess that is making its way to the world of web-series. So, if you love real-life cop stories that inspire and instil a sense of pride, then you need to log on to MX player and watch Bhaukaal right now. View the full article
  9. Indian dance crew V Unbeatables who previously rose to fame after appearing on Americaâs Got Talent wowed the audience again when they participated in the second season of Americaâs Got Talent: The Champions which had some of the best participants coming together to compete for a grand title. Their performance on âMarana Mass' left the judges and the audience speechless. It was loved immensely on social media as well. After a long wait of all the votes pouring in, the heavily emotional finale saw the dance crew beat the other participants Duo Transcend and win the grand title of being the champions. The audience roared in chorus as the place was filled with cheers for the well deserved win. Give it up for your new #AGTChampion winners, @v_unbeatable! pic.twitter.com/Ov4gkqnaEm â America's Got Talent (@AGT) February 18, 2020 Before the results were announced though, all the finalists performed for one last time on the show and while for their fans they were already the winner, V Unbeatables danced to a wonderful choreography routine on âTattad Tattadâ from Raam Leela . In case you are wondering, they look unbeatable but what does the V in their name stand for, then let us tell you itâs not victory , even though they seem to be destined for it. The âVâ in their name stands for a team member named Vikas , who met with an accident while performing a stunt for a show and sadly succumbed to the tragic fate. This is a beautiful tribute and is a reflection of how united the team is. Well, Indians are born to take the world by a storm and an Indian dance crew winning a talent hunt in America proves India has truly got the real championship-winning talent. View the full article
  10. âBaby, just one more photo naâ With every just one more, we must have faked smiling at least a million times for social media validation. Likes, shares and comments â this holy grail of validation is not an easy one to achieve. You have to look happy, your photos have to have a certain aesthetic and your quotes need to be on point. With the mounting pressure, anyone would crumble. And our relationships are no different. If your social updates are more active than your relationship, you definitely need to make some changes. One such couple caught in the web of likes and followers is Pawan Srivastav and Pooja Maheshwari from MX Players' upcoming relationship drama Pawan & Pooja. Digital prankster Pawan falls in love with online influencer Pooja, but when his pranks start costing Pooja her followers, they discover how complicated their offline relationship gets. Are a couple of hours away from the digital world, really that hard to achieve? Well, not really. Here are some annoying social media habits that can you start avoiding before they hamper your relationship. Posting Stories On Date Night Not everyone needs to know that you are out on a date. Some people are just happy scrolling through hours of cat videos. The need to capture every moment of your date results in superficial conversations with your partner and a sour time overall. Next time you are on a date, switch off your WiFi and have a real conversation. Declaring Your Love-Hate Relationship OnlineEvery couple fights. Itâs natural. But posting sad quotes after a petty fight with your partner wonât help resolve anything. Youâll just land up providing some interesting tidbits of gossip to everyone on your timeline. The next time you fight, squash the urge to post anything on social media and instead pick up the phone and talk to your partner. Spending Hours Every Night On Your PhoneIf your smartphone is the third person in your relationship, itâs time to make some changes. Nobody likes talking to someone whose face is glued to their phone screens. Hours before you sleep, take a social media detox and spend time with your loved one. Worrying More About Your FollowersSocial popularity doesnât always translate to real-life popularity, and itâs time we start valuing the âreal followersâ in our life - the ones who, without fail, like your every post just to encourage your social media ambitions. This Valentineâs Day, Pawan and Pooja give us the perfect insight into how social media can build cracks in a relationship. They navigate through the ups and downs of their social media fame and how it breaks their offline relationships. The show Pawan & Pooja also explores the lives of two other couples â also named Pawan & Pooja â who are at different stages of their relationships, discovering that love is indeed conditional, breakable and questionable. Interested to know more about Pawan and Pooja, you can start streaming the show for FREE on MX Players from 14th February. View the full article
  11. While most of us are still rolling around in our beds, since it's a Sunday and "ek hi to din milta hai chutti ka so sone do", some people are not only up but also running a marathon. They are the same people, who don't have a concept on holidays. They work day and night, for us and our safety. They are our police force. In case you just woke up and haven't gone through your Instagram feed, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn and Rohit Shetty are spending their weekend running around the city with the cops. It's not a shoot and they definitely didn't get motivated to catch some criminals in real life. The trio is running the Maharashtra Police International Marathon. Mumbai: Maharashtra Police International Marathon, from BandraâWorli Sea Link to Gateway of India, was flagged off this morning. Actors Farhan Akhtar, Suniel Shetty, and Minister Anil Deshmukh also flagged off the marathon. pic.twitter.com/FRZFtVpoom â ANI (@ANI) February 9, 2020 Akshay Kumar took to social media to post the picture of them wearing a T-shirt that reads 'Aa rahi hai police' and wrote, "Team #Sooryavanshi at the Maharashtra Police International Marathon on this beautiful Sunday morning, a great initiative where the police doesnât run after you but with you." According to officials, the international marathon, from Bandra-Worli Sea Link to Gateway of India, has been organised by Maharashtra Police and around 17,000 runners took part in it. Farhan Akhtar, Suniel Shetty, and Minister Anil Deshmukh also flagged off the marathon. View this post on InstagramTeam #Sooryavanshi at the Maharashtra Police International Marathon on this beautiful Sunday morning, a great initiative where the police doesnât run after you but with you ð #AaRahiHaiPolice #MarathonMovement @itsrohitshetty @ajaydevgnA post shared by (@akshaykumar) Why Ajay Devgn in the frame though? Well, Sooryavanshi is the fourth instalment in Rohit Shetty's cop universe, so running with Singham who started it all only makes sense. Sooryavanshi stars Katrina Kaif opposite Akshay Kumar and while we're still unsure about her character in the film, we already know what Akshay and Rohit Shetty are making her do on the sets of the movie - sweeping floors. Akshay shared the funny video on Instagram, calling her the newest 'Swachh Bharat' brand ambassador. The film is expected to release on March 27, 2020 and also stars Jackie Shroff. View the full article
  12. Itâs nothing new, but itâs always fascinating - some of our favourite action stars have really pushed the bar in recent years with body transformations that seem to defy the laws of biology. From inspiring fans with straight-up gym-dedication to bringing unconventional workouts in vogue, here are 6 Bollywood actors that packed on some serious muscle - and the secret behind their beefed-up onscreen looks: 1. Hrithik Roshan - War © Instagram After going a bit soft for Super 30, Hrithik followed up with an incredible, well-documented body transformation for his role as rogue ex-RAW agent, Major Kabir, for War. Given just two months to pull it off, the actor went through an extreme zero momentum reps (ZMR) regime, supplemented by band work - all through his mid-forties while nursing his ankle and spine injuries. His secret? âThe most important being writing down each dayâs progress,â revealed Hrithik in an Instagram post. âIâd aim to do one more than yesterday - there is magic in consistency.â 2. Aamir Khan - Dangal © Instagram Similar to Hrithik, Aamirâs amazing fat-to-fit body transformation occurred under less than half a year and saw the actor go from 38% body fat (which he required for 80% of the role), to a hulked out 9.67% and a physique weâd usually expect from WWE superstars. Aamir attributes the success of his workout to his expertly crafted diet - designed by Nikhil Dhurandhar, a professor in nutritional sciences at Texas Tech University in the US. The diet was tailored to take advantage of Aamirâs workout schedule - he would eat a lean 1800 calorie meal plan during days focused on cutting out fat, and pack on the protein with a 2500 calorie plan during days when building muscle was the primary focus. âNo matter how hard you exercise,â says Aamir, âif your diet isnât right, you wonât get the desired results.â 3. Vicky Kaushal - The Immortal Ashwatthama © Instagram Unlike Aamir and Hrithik, however, Uri star Vicky Kaushal is going the path less travelled for his upcoming film, The Immortal Ashwatthama. Playing the son of Dronacharya, a legendary figure from the Mahabharat epic, Kaushal aims to get pretty big for this role. While he weighed around 90 kilograms in Uri, his trainers are helping him get to around 115 kilos for the upcoming role. Whatâs interesting is that Kushalâs route to buffdom isnât just dependant on pumping iron at the gym - in order to keep up with the filmâs action scenes, heâs relying on MMA training, with a focus on Israeli martial art Krav Maga and the Japanese techniques of Jiu-Jitsu. 4. Aditya Roy Kapur - Malang © Instagram Similar to Kaushal, Aditya Roy Kapurâs latest Bollywood outing saw him taking on his most physically demanding role yet in Malang - through an unusual workout routine that saw him dive into yoga, 20-minute runs and even the ancient martial art form from Kerala, Kalaripayattu for his transformation. This was all supplemented by a razor-sharp focus on his diet - which was pushed even further to the limit for key scenes. According to nutrition expert Anmol Singhal, âjust before the body shots (that you see in the trailer), we cut down salt from all his mealsâ7 days prior to the shoot so that there is no water retention in the body (allowing Kapur's muscles and veins to pop on camera).â 5. Tiger Shroff - Baaghi 3 © Instagram True - Iâd much rather see Tiger Shroff work on better scripts than he currently has, but thereâs no denying that the man is in absolute control of his body ever since he burst onto the industry with Heropanti in 2014. This time, heâs preparing for the third film in his Baaghi series - and the routine involves an interesting combination of cardio, weights, bodyweight exercises and to break the monotony - MMA combined with dancing. âWhen you are dancing you are listening to music you like or you are enjoying the choreography,â shared the actor with GQ India. âYou don't come to know how much you have burnt until you are done with your session. I think I lose up to around 1 to 1.5 kg of water weight after dancing.â 6. Vidyut Jamwal - Junglee © Instagram Probably the most popular stunt-focused action star in India right now, Jamwalâs physique isnât just for show - carrying out his stunt choreography and parkour techniques require impeccable coordination, discipline and strength to pull off. While his diet and food habits are as youâd expect, itâs his psychology and single-minded focus in the gym that gets him his results. âFirst they call me obsessed, or obsessive,â he tells Hindustan Times in an interview, âand then the same people will call me for training or diet advice. So this obsession is normally a compliment.â View the full article
  13. While the culinary experience continues to evolve and grow, a major chunk of the country is slowly embracing alternate dietary options for various reasons ranging from philosophical to health-related. And one of the most popular options that seem to have become a recent rage is- Veganism. © Instagram What started as a celebrity-first dietary shift in the West, has quickly made its way into the Indian lifestyle and a huge number of personalities are known to follow and endorse this brand of vegetarian diet. What is Veganism © Pexels Veganism essentially calls for a complete rejection of animal products especially when it comes to food intake. While there exist further categories under Veganism, vegans are primarily known to consume plant-based food, nuts, legumes and fruits, while they categorically reject any product or food ingredient of animal origin, such as dairy products, eggs, etc. Why Veganism © Pexels While health continues to be one of the biggest catalysts in making this shift, people have also been making the leap due to ethical and environmental reasons such as rejecting the commodity status of animals, exploitation and right to life. No matter the reason why one chooses to make the shift, here are 6 of the fittest Indian celebrities who have turned vegan: 1. Akshay Kumar © Viral Bhayani The most recent addition to the list, itâs only been a month or two since Akshay shifted to a vegan diet. Also otherwise known to eat clean and less spicy food, we canât wait to see how he takes to it. 2. Aamir Khan © Star World It has been over 3 years since Aamir turned vegan following an episode with his already vegan wife Kiran. It was a 1-hour video by a doctor talking about 15 most-common, life-threatening diseases which can be avoided by making dietary changes which pushed Aamir to make the shift. 3. Virat Kohli © Instagram Back in 2018, Virat finally adopted Veganism and joined his wife Anushka who already followed a vegan diet. He has since undergone a serious physical transformation and admitted that it has improved his fitness and game. 4. Shahid Kapoor © Instagram Even though Shahid swore off non-veg while dating Kareena, it was a book by Brian Hines called Life is Fair that finally inspired Shahid to switch to Veganism a few years ago. 5. R. Madhavan © Instagram One of the most dedicated, oldest practising vegan in B-town, Maddy has been very vocal about his support towards animal rights and even received a PETA Person of the Year in 2012. 6. Vidyut Jammwal © Twitter One of the fittest and most active actors in the industry, Vidyut has often credited his vegan lifestyle for his ripped body. He has even publicly spoken about going vegan and said, âBeing vegan helps me keep fit. I love the way I feel.â View the full article
  14. In a move that left most Malayalis incandescent with rage, the IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) replaced some Kerala dishes on the menu with North Indian ones. A decision that did not go down well with a lot of people, irrespective of where they hailed from. The Kerala menu which consisted of Puttu, Kadala curry, egg curry, Appam and Pazham Pori was replaced with Rajma Chawal, Chole Bhature, Pav Bhaji, Khichdi, Samosa and a few other classic North Indian dishes. Soon enough, online outrage followed, mostly led by Keralites, after which the IRCTC issued a clarification saying that all the earlier items on the Kerala menu will be restored. This is the perfect example of why one needs to speak up for what they love, especially when it comes to food. And one thing is for sure...you can't come between a Malayali and his/her love for food. I welcome @IRCTCofficial decision to withdraw earlier decision to exclude Kerala delicacies from railway menu. It was the sentiments of Kerala I echoed to Chairman Mr. MP Mall. IRCTC officials visited me today & handed over the reinstated menu. We got fish curry meals as a bonus! pic.twitter.com/3KRgmqtw2G â Hibi Eden (@HibiEden) January 22, 2020 Nevertheless, a lot of people gave the IRCTC a piece of their mind over their decision to replace the menu in the first place. Malayalis dont eat Rajma chawal, Chhole bhature, Pav bhaji & Khichdi. Even South Indians dont eat it. First they came for our Language, now they're coming for our Food. Cultural Fascism at your door steps. â Advaid (@Advaidism) January 20, 2020 As someone who grew up in Bombay and Ahmedabad till age 18, i have seen no Malayali even wanting to eat Rajma chawal and Khichdi. As the article says, There are complaints that north Indian food items are being imposed. â Advaid (@Advaidism) January 20, 2020 Piyush it's not fair man, you can't make it as you want it.. Don't waste your time and energy and ours too.. Your poor punch won't break the rock instead it would break your phalanges.. Error! Filename not specified.ð½ â Refugee Rameez Raja (@RajaRefugee) January 21, 2020 Even as a north Indian, I would not want to eat rajma chawal or chhole bhature at south Indian railway stations. There's a charm in getting down at stations to have the local dish of that region. The govt. will destroy that! â Abhishek Saxena (@asaxena87) January 21, 2020 I got sick by eating Rajma Chawal everyday in my hostel in Noida. As a Malayali, this is a big no no. Chanakam ithina kaati nallatha aayirkum 𤢠â Afsal Rehman (@TheBManipulator) January 20, 2020 Let's send @PiyushGoyal some of our Kerala dishes ... Parcel after parcel of pazhampori... He will be convert then... Oh sorry fan ... â hamara desh (@agkallingal) January 20, 2020According to Indiatimes, the changes were made in November 2019 itself but were revealed to the public a few days ago and it didnât go down well with either the local politicians or the railway passengers of Kerala. As a clarification, IRCTC took to Twitter and wrote, âIn view of the demand from passengers and representations received, IRCTC has fully authorised its local offices in zones and regions to bring more items as per the local taste and regional preferences within one week as snack meals.â In view of the demand from passengers and representations received, IRCTC has fully authorised it's local offices in zones and regions to bring more items as per the local taste and regional preferences within one week as snack meals. â IRCTC (@IRCTCofficial) January 21, 2020 We're sure our Malayali chettan and chechis will be pleased as punch, now that their fav snacks are back on the menu! View the full article
  15. One thing that sets Kartik Aaryan apart from other B-town celebrities is his relatable fashion sense. The latest instance where he wore a pair of sneakers worth Rs. 5,000 proves that he likes to hoard brands that are not just affordable but also easy for all of us to cop. © Viral Bhayani Another thing that's absolutely fascinating about Kartik is the fact that he can pull off anything. Be it a pair of hi-top sneakers with straps and pins or his casual ensembles, he knows how to keep up his fashion game. Take a look at his recent fashion experiment where he was spotted with Sara Ali Khan in a zany pair of sneakers that look nothing like the usual ones he wears. Check it out here © Viral Bhayani © Jimmy Choo Kartik stepped out wearing Jimmy Choo's Diamond Trail Sneakers. Speaking of its construction, this pair looks aesthetically quite pleasing with its edgy toggle fastening and holographic inserts. Furthermore, these sneakers have a chunky rubber sole. These fashion-forward sneakers revved up Kartik's repertoire to new heights. © Jimmy Choo These Diamond sneakers are worth Rs. 64,000. Mind you, this excludes customs and import duties as this pair isn't available in India. Now, when you compare the overall price of these sneakers to diamonds, they are definitely not inexpensive. The diamond's rate varies as per the carat, cut, colour and clarity. The more flawless it is, the higher the prices are. These sneakers with their unique construction absolutely justify the pricing. © Viral Bhayani Speaking of Kartik's outfit, it has a hipster vibe to it and the way he has paired his oversized hoodie with acid wash jeans makes it even more statement-worthy. Clearly, Kartik has topped the fashion game and we cannot wait for more such looks. Hats off! View the full article
  16. For a really long stretch now, the Indian cricket team has been hosting a lot of international teams at home and have been dominating most of them ever since returning from the ICC World Cup 2019 after a disappointing exit. While it is a well known fact that defeating Virat Kohli and Co. and home is a mammoth task in itself, the Men in Blue haven't faced significant competition in the past five and a half months. But that was until now, as Aaron Finch and the Australian side visit our land for a three-ODI series starting Tuesday, January 14, 2020. When there are two great teams that are so dedicated and focused on winning & locking horns, sparks are bound to fly. Here's a look back at the five most talked-about controversies that took place between the two titans as they share a rich cricketing history over the years. 1. The Birth Of Mankading The year was 1947 and the Indian cricketing team were touring Australia for the very first time. Even though our side lost the series 4-0, our boys didn't fail to make the headlines as Mulvantrai Himmatlal 'Vinoo' Mankad decided to runout Aussie batsman Bill Brown, who had just stepped out of the crease at the non-striker's end, even before he delivered the ball. The origin of 'Mankading' pic.twitter.com/EDo6EPzj — Sir Fred Boycott (@FredBoycott) August 31, 2012 Even though batsmen were dismissed for moving out of the crease at the non-stricker's end before this incident, Mankad's bold move was the first in Test cricket's history. The then Aussie skipper Don Brandman supported the Indian all-rounder but the Australian media showed no mercy and called him out for “unsportsmanlike conduct”. The term 'Mankading' got branded after the Indian cricketer for the years to come. 2. Sunil Gavaskar's Threaten To Forfeit The Match Ahead of the 1980-81 series, India had managed to stain their reputation as they had not won a single match on Australian soil in 17 years and that was something that was eating up the then captain Sunil Gavaskar from inside. Struggling to put runs on the scoreboard, the batsman had an abysmal 19.66 average during that tour and was looking for redemption at the Melbourne Cricket Ground during the third Test. Then he finally found stability at the pitch and went for 70 in the second innings. But when umpire Rex Whitehead raised his finger on an LBW appeal against the Indian opener following a Dennis Lille off-cutter, Gavaskar protested that the ball had hit his bat first. Walking back to the pavilion, the Little Master asked his partner Chetan Chauhan to leave the field with him, only to be consoled by the team manager at the boundary. This decision, as Gavaskar told the reporters after India won the match, was the seventh “blatantly incorrect” call made by the officials during the series and he was ready to make some gutsy moves. 3. Monkeygate Ah, what's a rivalry with the Aussies without hints of racism in it? The infamous 'monkeygate' controversy however goes against the historically tainted reputation of the cricketing fraternity from Down Under as Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds accused Indian bowler Harbhajan Singh of racial abuse. The off-spinner was banned for three matches by the match referee but Cricket Australia let go of the case and the Indian cricketer (not wanting a significant loss of money) after Team India threatened to forfeit the series if the ban wasn't overruled. The isolated incident did manage to ruin the relationship between the two cricketing giants for a long time. 4. Virat Kohli Lost His Cool At SCG 2012, Sydney Cricket Ground was packed with an animated Australian crowd and knew the right buttons to push to get a reaction out of a young, hot-headed Virat Kohli and went on to 'Flip the Bird' to a bunch of viewers placed behind him when he was stationed at the boundary. Local media ran the story as 'Fingergate' and the future Indian skipper had to defend himself on social media. Nonetheless, Kohli was fined half of his match fee but didn't face suspension. & Virat Kohli's middle finger to the Syndey Crowd?Thax @K_Gwalani for pointing it out.cc: @forudubey @dushyanthechamp pic.twitter.com/8MDY00fYTg — Tinu Cherian Abraham (@tinucherian) December 14, 2014 “I really laugh at a lot of the things I did when I was younger but I'm proud that I did not change my ways because I was always going to be who I am and not change for the world or for anyone else. I was pretty happy with who I was,” said the Indian cricketer in an interview in 2018. 5. Steve Smith's “Brain Fade” The latter half of the previous decade saw the ascension of Steve Smith as one of the greatest batsmen in the longest format of the game. In a juxtaposition, this period also saw the Aussie cricketer crash his reputation into the ground with the ill-famed 'Sandpaper gate' against the South Africans. But not a lot of people remember Smith's notorious 'brain fade' during the second Test between India and Australia in 2017. When Umesh Yadav got a nod from the umpire on an LBW appeal against the batsman, it was Smith's decision to go for a DRS review. Unsure of the situation, Smith quickly looked towards his dressing room to get some guidance but Kohli let the whole thing unveil in front of him and let the officials know. Caught red-handed, the Australian had to move out of the field with his head bowed in shame and apologised for the “brain fade” that he had during the incident. Kohli didn't buy what Smith was selling and went on to call them cheats. 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  17. Samsung has already teased a foldable smartphone that will use the classic clamshell design we used to have in the 2000s. Samsung has been developing the smartphone and it now appears that the smartphone actually exists and should be launching soon. The company reportedly discussed and revealed the device in secret at CES this week and from the leaked picture we also got to know the name of the smartphone. It was revealed that the folding clamshell smartphone will be called âGalaxy Bloomâ and hereâs the picture below that got leaked via AjuNews.com: © Twitter/Ice Universe Currently, the only information we have is the leaked picture from CES and concept images that were revealed by Samsung a few months ago. The clamshell design is already being used by Motorola Razr for its folding smartphone and it wouldnât be surprising to see Samsung to use the clamshell design for their smartphones as well. View the full article
  18. There's something about robots that just screams creepy to me. I've seen a lot of robots over the years, both in real-life and online while covering tech, but I've been sane with the idea of having robots around me, let alone own one. But at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year, one particular robot really caught my attention. I am talking about 'Jennie', a robot labrador that's been stealing hearts at on the show floor this year. No seriously, this one's not like other robots. Just look at her: via GIPHY Yes, she deserves all the attention, right? Is she a toy? Yeah, maybe you can say that, but I'd say she is just as real as fur buddy you have at home. You can see Jennie at a corner of CES this year, where's she's waiting with her father to meet all the visitors. Jennie is not just any other robot. She's made to interact with humans the same way a real dog would. She'll respond to being stroked and petted and she also wags her tail at being called, which is a sight to behold. © CNET Jennie is covered with synthetic fur and she's fitted with 50 sensors that can feel how softly or vigorously you're interacting with her. She has in-built microphones to listen to when someone's calling her. According to the folks over at Cnet, who got to spend some time with Jennie, she moves her head gently when she's patted. But if you give her more fuss, she'll get more excited and wag her tail. Jennie can also move her ears, eyebrows and nose, thanks to the built-in motors in her face. Stevens, who's the creator of the dog, says Jennie was designed to be a lap dog. She was never meant to be mobile, but she can cover a very small distance and do pretty much anything and everything else. She can even bark, whine, yip and howl. I am totally sold! In case you're interested in buying your very own Jennie, then you can do so by pre-ordering her for $440. She wasn't designed to be a toy. Instead, she was made for elders for therapy. But hey, you don't really need a reason to bring home such a cute fur buddy, do you? Source: CNET View the full article
  19. For someone who started his journey as a waiter and whose early days in Bollywood were full of struggles, Akshay Kumar has come a long way in his cinematic journey. He has not only given back to back hits in the last year, but the 52-year-old actor has also created history by becoming the only actor in the industry to mint Rs. 700 crore at the box office in a single year. The latest report by Bollywood Hungama suggested that Akshay went miles ahead of actors Salman Khan and Ranveer Singh to reach at Rs. 700 crore mark in a year. This is a first of its kind. The actor clearly follows a strategy and does four movies a year which makes him stand apart from all the other biggies in the industry. In 2019, he had back to back four releases and with all the movies being hit at the box office, he not only entered the Rs. 500 crore-in-a-year club but was also able to make it to the first ever Rs. 700 crore-in-a-year club. With Kesari (Rs. 154.41 cr.), Mission Mangal (Rs. 202.98 cr.), Housefull 4 (Rs. 194.60 cr.) and Good Newwz (approx. Rs. 188 cr. expected), Akshay has managed to collect a whopping Rs. 700 crore in a single year at the box office, added the report. View this post on Instagram Love, laughter and more at the #Housefull4 trailer launch today Trailer out now! Takliya ð¨‍ð¦²ðð»‍âï¸ðð (LINK IN BIO) @riteishd @iambobbydeol @kritisanon @hegdepooja @kriti.kharbanda A post shared by Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) on Sep 27, 2019 at 4:48am PDT Ranveer is at the second spot as he earned Rs 542 crore in 2018 followed by Salman who collected Rs 530 crore in the year 2019. Akshay's latest movie Good Newwz has received mixed responses from the audience as well as the critics. It is performing well at the box office. The film also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kiara Advani, and Diljit Dosanjh among others in pivotal roles. View this post on Instagram Another glimpse into the goofed-up lives of the Batras! Stay tuned, there's more #GoodNewwz coming your way today. In cinemas 27th December. #KareenaKapoorKhan @diljitdosanjh @kiaraaliaadvani @karanjohar @apoorva1972 @shashankkhaitan @raj_a_mehta @somenmishra @zeestudiosofficial @dharmamovies #CapeOfGoodFilms @zeemusiccompany A post shared by Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) on Dec 1, 2019 at 8:19pm PST The story revolves around two couples with the same surname. Coincidentally, both the pairs attempt to conceive a child through IVF but confusion strikes when the sperm of the two men get exchanged in the lab. The film was released on December 27 and is continuing to rake in the moolah at the ticket counters. View the full article
  20. Arguably one of the best managers of all time and a shrewd tactician, Pep Guardiola has established his reputation as a proven winner and a highly sought-after coach in club football over the years. The Spaniard took Barcelona to new heights with his 'tiki-taka football' before going to Germany for a three-year stint with Bayern Munich. His next assignment brought him to the Premier League where he took Manchester City to greater heights in recent years. He guided the Cityzens to two Premier League, Carabao Cup and FA Community Shield titles alongside an FA Cup trophy. But, the ongoing season has been completely different. Struck with key injuries and lacking confidence in their usual dominant play, Guardiola's men currently find themselves 14 points adrift of an unbeaten Liverpool brigade and further from the top of the Premier League table than the Spanish manager has been with any of his previous clubs. © Reuters The misfortunes for City this season has left everyone speculating if it is the beginning of the end for Guardiola at the Etihad stadium. While some believe that his desire to succeed with City remains undimmed and the turn of events this season might motivate him to be more determined than ever, others feel that he could already be thinking about his next venture elsewhere. But, as City prepare to take on cross-town neighbours Manchester United in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semifinal on 8th January, Guardiola put all the speculations over his future to rest with sarcastic comments, quite unlike the Spaniard we know. "After training City I won't train United. It is like I would never train Madrid. Definitely not," Guardiola was quoted as saying by The Guardian ahead of his side's visit to Old Trafford. When asked if he would reconsider his decision if United and Madrid are the only clubs left to offer him a coaching job, Guardiola took a sly dig at both the clubs by claiming that he would rather spend his time playing golf, than join them. "I'd be in the Maldives if I don't have any offers! Maybe not the Maldives because it doesn't have any golf courses," the City boss added. © Reuters While Guardiola can fire a salvo at the other clubs, but his team will be wary of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men who had surprised their 'noisy neighbours' with a 2-1 win in the Premier League last December. The United manager also called for appropriate protection for his team before their upcoming clash, highlighting City's tendency to commit tactical fouls as part of their strategy. The United manager also credited City's reduced foul count as a major reason behind their last month's win. “We got past their press last time and, if you count the numbers of fouls, I don't think there were too many. That's a big thing and sometimes I look at the referees and I look at our games and, even if they are just little fouls, there have been teams who have stopped us with these little fouls – which has stopped us showing how good we are when we attack,” the Norwegian manager added. View the full article
  21. The fans of the Indian cricket team, especially those of the city of Guwahati were heartbroken when the match between their side and the visiting Sri Lankan side was cancelled due to damp patches on the pitch. This match would have been really special for two major reasons. One, Indian pacer and the apparent apple of everybody's eyes, Jasprit Bumrah was to return to the field after months of being ruled out with a stress fracture in his lower back. And two, it would have been for the first time in three years that an international match would have taken place here. © AP Even though not a single ball was bowled on Sunday, it wasn't a completely dull day at the Barsapara stadium. Instead, the cameras captured a great moment of unity when the entire stadium sang 'Vande Mataram' in unison. Amidst their phone lights flashing all around the field and fans standing in their blue jerseys with the Indian tricolour in their hands, the Indian skipper Virat Kohli walked towards the middle of the pitch with wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant and opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan by his side. The social media handle of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) captured the moment brilliantly and shared the video on Twitter with a caption: “Guwahati, you beauty.” Guwahati, you beauty ð#INDvSL pic.twitter.com/QuZAq7i1E3 — BCCI (@BCCI) January 5, 2020 The spirit of the Guwahati crowd was such that even though they did not get to watch their Men in Blue play the game they love with all their heart, the vibe was similar to the 2011 World Cup final when MS Dhoni smashed that six to end a 28-year-old draught and brought home the trophy at Mumbai's Wankhede stadium. It didn't matter which region of the country you belonged to, or what language you spoke, or what religion you were from, at that moment, in that stadium, you were cheering as an Indian, you were cheering for your team. Here's how the people reacted to this incredible moment on social media: Separated by language,religion....united by indiaâ£ï¸âºï¸....#vandematram — Sri_AK_60 'ᴺᴷᴾ' (@Srinath44574214) January 5, 2020 2011 world cup final wali felling aa rahi h ð — Being Ajay (@BeingAjay18) January 5, 2020 pic.twitter.com/Zcc2RKfTyw — Rishabh Srivastava (@AskRishabh) January 5, 2020 What a beautiful Stadium. #TeamIndia should play matches here more often but by keeping the weather conditions in check. #INDvSL — Aditya Saha (@adityakumar480) January 5, 2020 That's the game sprint. Cricket is the religion of india and @sachin_rt God of cricket. ðð — Anshuman Rawat (@Anshuma60770311) January 5, 2020 View the full article
  22. Ask anyone what their dream car is and no one will tell you names like Alto or Swift Dzire or Honda City. They will say they are crazy about a Porche or a Lamborghini. But, let's accept it, cars like Lamborghini aren't cheap! Unless, you're a supremely rich guy or have won Kaun Banega Crorepati and decided to use it all to buy a car that's close to Rs 5 crore. In short, it's way beyond the league for an average person working 9 to 5. Now imagine someday the makers of Lamborghini decide to send you one of their expensive car models just like that! We all know something like this will not happen to us. But, it happened with Sterling Backus and his son Xander. Remember that father and son duo from Colorado who went viral on social media for building a Lamborghini Aventador from scratch, using 3D printers and genuine parts? © YouTube Lamborghini Looks like their dedication and sincerity left such a deep impact on the makers of Lamborghini that they, reportedly, sent them a real Aventador model. Actually, they have lent the car to the father-son duo for two weeks. 54-year-old Sterling who is a Physicist and his 12-year-old son have been working on replicating the model since the past two years. They got inspired to build the supercar from scratch when they were playing a racing simulation game Forza Horizon 3. Recently, he revealed he got a call from the chief marketing officer of Automobili Lamborghini saying that they want to make a commercial with his family and that they will loan him the car for two weeks. "I was shaking in my boots since, it was like getting a call from the Pope and he is coming to dinner. Of course, a metaphor, but just to give (you) the idea of the gravity to me, personally," he told CNN. Their plan was to swap the project car with a real model so they could surprise Xander who has been working so hard with his father to build the replica. It won't be wrong to say Lamborghini played their not-so-secret Santa as they got the car right before Christmas and got to drive in a real Lamborghini for a few days. View the full article
  23. As kids, our imagination was out of this world and inexplicable. There was nothing that our young minds couldn't dream of and there was nothing we couldn't achieve. As kids we've almost experienced being everything. Pilot? Sure, that cardbaord lying around was our plane. Astronaut? Why not. You just need a dark room and those neon stickers for stars. Doctor? Hell yeah, all you need is a stethoscope and a friend who's willing to be your patient. As we grew up, reality started hitting us and our childhood got buried under the burden of adulthood and bills. But, thanks to these kids, who took us on a nostalgic trip with their innocent yet crazy concert that is now melting hearts of people on social media. Where will this Rock Band playing on Saturday Nightð¤ð ?? We want to join them ðºð#SaturdayThoughts pic.twitter.com/3YMlvTJuP3 — Fit Bharat (@FitBharat) December 21, 2019 While we have our own biases when it comes to music bands, I am sure there's no one as cool as these kids who are jamming and flaunting their guitar playing skills without actually holding one. This rock band is actually imitating holding a guitar, with the kid in the middle holding a stick and the other two just moving their hands to pretend they have a guitar. While we can't understand what exactly they're singing; people are loving them anyway and are willing to spend all their money to attend their concert. Samjh m nhi aaya pr achha laga ð¤ð¤ð¤ð¤ð¤ð¤ð¤ð¤ð¤ð¤ð¤ — ððð But Karoð (@ButKaro) December 21, 2019 Level of joy and happiness are extremely high. Made my day! God bless you kids ð — Subo (@mintu_solanki) December 21, 2019 Paul McCartney,John Lennon and Ringo Star!!ðWhere is George Harrisonð — . (@konsinha37) December 21, 2019 THIS ROCKBAND JUST ROCKS! AND WITHOUT A STAGE, WITHOUT ANY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS...मà¥à¤ तॠफà¥à¤¨ हॠà¤à¤ https://t.co/lJV8oxq4Ec — Ujala Dwivedi (@UjalaDwivedi2) December 21, 2019 Couldn't get what they are singing ð¶ but luvly to see. Aawaz main dham hai. ðð https://t.co/2Xw5KJZiBW — Surin (@surink7) December 21, 2019 This middle guy is far better singer and actor than @FarOutAkhtar . — Secularism Bhootiya (@SecularismB) December 21, 2019 Love their passion and team work...ðð¼ðð¼ðð¼ðð¼ — Rahul Srivastava ð®ð³ à¤à¤¯ शà¥à¤°à¥ राम (@rahul12july) December 21, 2019 I lowkey hope they were singing, "Rock on, Yeh hai waqt ka ishaara." View the full article
  24. Tarps cover the pitch grounds to protect them from the rain after the Pakistan v Sri Lanka ODI cricket match was cancelled due to weather at the National Stadium in Karachi, Pakistan September 27, 2019. Photo: ReutersThere is a lot more at stake than World Test Championship points for Pakistan when they host Sri Lanka in a two-match series this month as the country hosts its first Tests on home soil since the 2009 attack on Sri Lanka’s team bus in Lahore.That attack left six security personnel and two civilians dead and six players injured, and saw Pakistan spend the next decade in the Test wilderness as teams refused to play there.With the country’s cricket board (PCB) giving assurances that Pakistan was safe to travel, Sri Lanka returned to play several limited overs matches earlier this year, though 10 key players opted out citing security concerns.Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne said it was now time to bring Test cricket back to Pakistan.“After the 2009 incident, players were scared to travel to Pakistan,” he said in a PCB podcast.“But our T20 and ODI teams have toured the country and they told us that security and other arrangements were really good.“All our guys are ready to play. We are looking forward to a good series in Pakistan.”The series, which begins in Rawalpindi on Wednesday, will be as much a test of Pakistan’s organisational abilities as its cricketing skills.The PCB has promised watertight security for the tour and has invited Bandula Warnapura and Javed Miandad, captains in the first Test between the teams in 1982, for the series opener.“December 11 will be a very special day in Pakistan cricket history and it is appropriate that it is celebrated with Bandula Warnapura and Javed Miandad on our side,” PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani said in a statement.“PCB will continue to hold similar events ... as we are now on the road to hosting regular international cricket at home.”Pakistan, who were forced to play their “home” Tests at neutral venues, will look to use the series as an opportunity to bounce back after being swept 2-0 in Australia, suffering innings defeats both in Brisbane and Adelaide.Sri Lanka will be playing under new head coach Mickey Arthur, who only took charge last Thursday and will start his tenure against his former employers Pakistan.The tourists suffered a blow hours before their departure for Pakistan on Sunday when quick Suranga Lakmal was ruled out of the series with dengue fever.Uncapped Asitha Fernando, currently playing in the South Asian Games in Nepal, will join the squad ahead of the second Test in Karachi from December 19.The series is part of the World Test Championship, which sees the top nine test nations face-off over a two-year period, scoring points based on their success and culminating in a final at Lord’s in June 2021.
  25. If you're in your twenties and constantly feel lost or confused and think your life is weirder than a bizarre Bollywood love story, we're here to tell you that you're not alone. It's going to be okay, my friend as you're just undergoing a 'quarter-life crisis.' Most people in their twenties are often confused about their careers, love life and life, in general. Maybe, your life is falling apart in front of your eyes but trust me, it will get better. Before you start overthinking, here are a few signs that'll tell you if you're undergoing a quarter-life crisis and how to fix it: 1. You're Feeling Trapped © Unsplash This happens to everyone who is stuck between freedom and early adulthood as you're transitioning from practising independence to commitment. If you've committed to something at an early age, be it your work or a relationship, feeling trapped is 'okay'. How to fix it? Rather than quitting your job or giving up on your relationship, the best way is to identify the problem and work on a solution. It might sound like a lot of work but trust us, there is no shortcut. 2. You're Constantly Worrying That You're Not Earning Enough © Unsplash The chances are that you're not earning enough. But remember, you are just in your twenties but are stressing like you're in your forties. It is paramount to earn enough and fulfill your dreams but it is also important to work at your own pace and not be part of the rat race. Your achievements and your learning curve isn't the only thing that makes your identity. There is so much more. How to fix it: Rather than focusing on how much you earn, focus on developing and evolving your work skills. Working on self-development will automatically enable you to reach where you've always wanted to reach. Quit procrastinating and jump onto the right track. 3. You're Perpetually Bored © Unsplash If you feel bored all the time, chances are that you're looking for a change and you're just not enjoying your regular schedule anymore. You can also feel bored or worked up in your relationship and it is normal to feel this way. How to fix it: The brainchild is to start doing what you actually like doing. If you don't know what you want to do, it's about time you make a list of things that you've always wanted to do. You can always start doing new things with your significant other to make things more romantic and interesting. Take that cooking lesson you've always wanted to take, join that dance class, hit the gym or take those acting classes that have been on your bucket list ever since. 4. You Dream About Plans That You'll Never Execute © Unsplash This happens with every one and this shouldn't be a big deal, honestly. The problem arises when you're only dreaming and not working on anything and that is called 'procrastinating' and you need to stop doing that. There is no better way but to just do the things that you plan to do unless you're planning on murdering someone. (Okay, please don't ever execute that plan!) How to fix it: Just execute them or don't make grand plans in the first place. It's like writing a to-do list and then not doing it. So, don't make a to-do list in the first place if you are not going to do it at all. 5. You're Unsure About Your Purpose In Life © Unsplash It used to be so simple in school. All we had to do was complete our homework and show up in class. Now, suddenly, we have to unleash a purpose that we are born for, why? How to fix it: It is rather difficult to find just one purpose in life. With the advent of learning to multitask, there is a chance that we've multiple purposes and as far as you are happy, you don't really have to have the ultimate and single purpose in life. View the full article
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