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It's not everyday that you meet your idol and they end up recognising you and your talent. Rajkummar Rao's is one underdog story which is now an inspiration to millions of young talented individuals who are trying to make it to the big screen, struggling every day in the 'city of dreams' and maybe even trying to catch a glimpse of King Khan outside Mannat. Not long ago, Rajkummar, a self-proclaimed SRK fan himself, was doing the same. The actor worked his way up until his talent spoke for him. View this post on Instagram Filmy Ganon ke Rang, RaghuRukmini ke sang. #MadeInChina #IndiaKaJugaad @imouniroy A post shared by RajKummar Rao (@rajkummar_rao) on Oct 18, 2019 at 9:54am PDT He has often posted about his love for Shah Rukh Khan, impersonated him many times and even danced to his songs. So it was only natural for him to be bewildered and in awe of him when SRK recently bumped into him and funnily said 'Vicky Pleej' to Rajkummar. In case you're not aware, it is a famous dialogue from Rajkummar's movie Stree and went viral when the movie was released. View this post on Instagram Since childhood I've been saying his dialogues. What a wonderful feeling when he decides to say my dialogue this time. There's is no one like you @iamsrk sir. You've inspired me to become an actor. Biggest fan ever. â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ #Stree A post shared by RajKummar Rao (@rajkummar_rao) on Nov 9, 2019 at 8:41pm PST The funny chemistry between these two 'Raj' has got all their fans hooting to see them work together in a film now. Super amazing video, Rajkummar. You guys should get together for a movie. I even have a story! — Kulpreet Yadav (@Kulpreetyadav) November 10, 2019 While SRK is on a sabbatical from working in movies and was recently seen on David Letterman's show as his guest, Rajkummar is currently soaring high on the success of Made In China which was recently released. View the full article
Well, it is that time of the year again when Delhiites regret spending thousands of rupees on expensive firecrackers as they wake up wheezing and coughing in the middle of the night with their eyes all red and burning. The sun is barely visible and there's this thick sheet of smog that prevents the warm rays from touching the ground. Till about 8 pm, it felt so good to see and hear no crackers. But alas! The clock struck 10 and Delhi NCR forgot all about air pollution. Such a shame. We'll all be breathing this toxic air because of your ignorance. pic.twitter.com/4VAVJi5lbN — Sohini Guharoy (@sohinigr) October 27, 2019 As it is, the Capital is infamous for having one of the worst and the most toxic atmospheres in the world, add to that the additional and unwarranted effects of bursting crackers during Diwali and you have yourself a toxic dirty bomb ready to explode and take thousands of lives, just like it does every single year. While it is safe to say that the localities' lungs are already doomed, people from the rest of the parts of the country and certainly the people coming in from other countries do not deserve to suffer and struggle in the suffocating air of the city. Delhites going to work after Diwali : #DelhiChokes #DelhiPollution pic.twitter.com/hu6WpG5oxA — Humor Beingð (@followTheGupta) October 28, 2019 Various environmentalists have therefore decided to make an attempt to change the mind of the BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and change the location of the Indian cricket team's match against the visiting Bangladesh side which is scheduled to take place on November 3 at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium. "On the 3rd of November India is scheduled to play against Bangladesh in a T20 match at Feroz Shah Kotla at a time when pollution levels are expected to be between severe to hazardous," activists Jyoti Pande and Ravina Raj Kohli wrote in the open letter. "In the light of extreme pollution in Delhi, we would like to request you to consider shifting the venue for the first T20 outside of Delhi," they wrote. BCCI worried about #IndvsBan as level of Air pollution has gone up in Delhi. Time has come for Bhakts to call Sourav Ganguly an anti national pic.twitter.com/oKLlGYpDlQ — Abhishek (@ImAbhishek7_) October 28, 2019 "Making our cricketers play a physically demanding sport for 3-4 hours in Delhi's toxic air will end up doing more damage to our cricket team's health in the long run," they added. The progressively worsening situation of Delhi is just beyond a reason to worry for the residents of the city and they know that. What is rather nerve wracking to see is how normalised it has become in the region and how people are learning to live with it other than limiting and eventually reversing the damage. After all, how much can an air purifier help you once you leave your house? View the full article
Hussain in a video message had requested army chief's help him with the heart transplant as it requires hefty sum-Video grab LAHORE: A 14-year-old boy was shifted today to the Combined Military Hospital after his he posted online a short video requesting army chief with help for his heart transplant. Ahsan Hussain was shifted from the Children?s Hospital Lahore, where he was under treatment, to CMH in an ambulance. In a video message shot from Children Hospital Lahore where he was being treated, Hussain had requested Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Lahore Corps Commander Lieutenant General Amir Riaz help him with the heart transplant as it requires hefty sum, which is unaffordable for his family. He also said the doctors have suggested he undergoes a heart transplant as only 20% of the organ was functioning. ?I urge all of you to support me and especially COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa uncle and Lahore Corps Commander General Amir uncle to help me,? the boy can be seen saying in the video message. After the video message came to the fore, it was reported that the Lahore Corps commander visited him at the hospital, where he also prayed for the 14-year-old?s health. Hussain is a resident of Kamalia in Toba Tek Singh and is the only child of his parents.
<p>Superstar Aamir Khan is one of those actors who often takes to social media and asks his fans and followers to help people in need whenever possible. This time, the actor has asked everyone to help the victims of Gujarat and Assam floods.</p> <p>On Saturday Aamir took to Twitter and shared a heartfelt video urging people to do their bit and donate to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund for both the states.</p> <p>The 'Dangal' actor said to his followers, “A few areas of Assam and Gujarat have faced terrible floods. People staying there are suffering. There has been loss of lives and a lot of damage. We are helpless before nature... But we are not helpless in helping our brothers and sisters there. So, I appeal to all of you to help the people in Assam and Gujarat. Also donate in Chief Minister's Relief Fund of both the states. I will also do this you also support me. Thank you. Jai Hind.”</p> <p dir="ltr" lang="und"><a href="https://t.co/UUAIJZPmzm">pic.twitter.com/UUAIJZPmzm</a></p> — Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) <a href="https://twitter.com/aamir_khan/status/891200810994065408">July 29, 2017</a> <p>As per the reports, 79 people in Assam and 79 in Gujarat have lost their lives during this natural calamity. Well, as Aamir said, let each of us try to do our bit and help our people in every little way we can. </p>