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  1. At the time when the schedule of India's tour of Australia was finalised, cricket pundits and fans were undeniably excited to witness the clash of two of the cricket's biggest heavyweights. The lack of sporting action, too, added the anticipation to what promised to be a pulsating series. But, what eventually unfolded at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on 27th November would have surely left many unimpressed. Ranked No. 2 in the ODI rankings, the Virat Kohli-led India resembled a punching bag that was used to full effect by a rampant Australian brigade. Chasing a mammoth total of 374 runs, India finished their chase at 308/8, eventually losing what looked like a one-sided contest by as many as 66 runs. © AP While it may seem that the Indian batting unit didn't step up to the task, the fact is that the visitors had lost the match in the first-half itself when Australia had set a big target. The desperation to accelerate the scoring rate was quite visible in the dismissals of Mayank Agarwal (22), Shreyas Iyer (2), KL Rahul (12) Kohli (21). And, one might say that they could have played a bit sensibly. But, when you're chasing 7.48 runs an over, the ever-increasing asking rate will not allow a batsman to play his natural game. Thus, in all fairness, India witnessed a day where their bowling unit betrayed them big time and left a lot to be expected from the batsmen. Barring Mohammed Shami (3-59), none of the Indian bowlers looked in control, let alone threaten the opposition batsmen. Ravindra Jadeja emerged as the second-best Indian bowler of the lot, conceding at 6.30 runs an over, but his inability to take a wicket did hurt India. © AP However, India's biggest disappointments turned out to be Yuzvendra Chahal and Jasprit Bumrah who looked far from the generally effective and usually influential bowlers that they have been for their side. Amid the absence of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Bumrah had a major responsibility of spearheading the Indian pace attack but the right-arm seamer failed miserably. For a bowler who had a sensational IPL 2020 season, finishing in the list of leading wicket-takers with 27 scalps to his name, Bumrah looked like a shadow of himself at the SCG. Apart from going for boundaries, Bumrah also lacked discipline, bowling two wides and a no-ball. If Bumrah's poor outing hurt India's chances, Chahal's forgettable performance further spelt their doom. © AP Taken to the cleaners by the Aussie batsmen, the Indian leg-spinner conceded 89 runs and had just a wicket to show for his efforts. During his forgettable bowling spell, Chahal conceded five fours and as many sixes. And, just like Bumrah, Chahal, too, lacked discipline as he bowled as many as three wides and a no-ball. Owing to his poor figures of 1-89, Chahal became the most expensive Indian spinner in the history of ODI cricket. Conceding 89 runs in an ODI innings, Chahal broke his own infamous record to further extend his misery. During the 2019 World Cup, Chahal had conceded 88 runs against England to become the most expensive Indian bowler in the ICC event. The premier bowlers going for runs was surely a major dent in India's aspirations to start the Australian tour with a win, but the fact that the visitors are struggling to sneak in some overs from part-timers, especially when their frontline bowlers are going for runs, is another problem that added to their woes. © AP A poor bowling effort and some noticeable lapses in the fielding department did play their part, but the likes of Hardik Pandya (90) and Shikhar Dhawan (74), who added 128 runs for the fifth wicket, kept India in the hunt. From reeling at 101/4, India would have probably lost by a bigger margin if it wasn't for the brilliant partnership between Dhawan and Pandya who eventually perished at crucial junctures in the run-chase. Needless to say, if the Indian bowling unit weren't so poor, who knows, India might have romped their way to an easy win. But, the fact is, Indian bowlers didn't perform well and their team didn't win, they lost. Thus, going in the remaining two matches, India, who now stare at a do-or-die situation in the ODI series, will need their bowling unit to perform a lot better and a bit more responsibly when they take the field in the 2nd ODI on 29th November. View the full article
  2. Hasan Ali's wife Samiya turned to Instagram to share the good news with a photo of her flaunting her baby bump
  3. When you are an actor who is trying to own up the look of a character, one of the most challenging things to keep in mind is the aesthetic appeal. Many films demand characters to don a certain ‘look’ which is very different from the natural look of the actor playing the part. So to keep the secrecy intact and ensure that the audience is surprised when they watch the movie in theatres, actors keep their movie look under cover and take extra precaution while stepping out in public. Here are 5 such actors who tried their best to ensure that their movie look was literally kept under a garb and kept the fans guessing: 1. Amitabh bachchanWhen he took on the challenge to play Auro in Paa, there was major hype around the prosthetics and the make up that was used to create this look for him. It was very difficult for the actor to ensure that the look was kept a secret and he tried his best to keep away from any cameras on the set that could leak the look. 2. Ranveer SinghRight before his super hit Bajirao Mastani was released, the superstar was always spotted with a handlebar moustache and a hat. This was his public appearance look for almost a year as he was supposed to keep the whole look under cover. Surely, this worked for him as we were indeed surprised to see the final look on the big screen. © Instagram 3. Shahid KapoorKnown to own up every role he takes up, this amazing actor went the extra mile in keeping his hair look as a big secret for Haider as well Udta Punjab. Shahid’s hair experiments were worth the wait as both the looks were a big hit amongst his fans. © Instagram 4. Ranbir KapoorWhen he was shooting for Rockstar, his ‘Jordan’ look was kept under the wraps for the general public. Cameras were strictly prohibited on sets and while the look was never leaked when he was shooting in India, during the Prague schedule, his look was leaked and fans went into a frenzy. © Instagram 5. Abhishek BachchanHis much-awaited look from his upcoming movie Bob Biswas got leaked today and the actor looks absolutely unrecognisable. Earlier, he had managed to keep this look under the wraps but post looking at it today on social media, it is safe to say that AB baby fans are excited for this one to drop soon. © Instagram View the full article
  4. Sleep is one of the most basic necessities for anyone. Without a good night’s sleep, your day can turn into a groggy mess. We all love sleeping but not all of us end up getting optimal quality and quantity of sleep. Contrary to the popular belief, your phone is not the only thing keeping you up all night. Sometimes, it could be your thoughts. The year 2020 wasn’t just about battling the virus. It was also about battling stress, anxiety and all the other side effects of social isolation. Be it binge watching shows online or snoring a bit too much, today we will discuss all about its connection to your mental health. Let’s begin! __ECOMLOOKS__2094__ __ECOMLOOKS__2095__ __ECOMLOOKS__2096__ __ECOMLOOKS__2097__ __ECOMLOOKS__2098__ Final Thoughts Your health, physical and mental, affects your sleep quality and vice versa. This is why it's important to check in on your health when you start experiencing sleep problems. Be it mental or physical health, your body needs a good night’s rest. Stay healthy and sleep well! Explore More View the full article
  5. Samsung has finally announced their new Odyssey G9 and G7 monitors in India which were unveiled at CES 2020 earlier this year. The monitor's marquee feature has to be its curved QLED VA panel that has a refresh rate of 240Hz. © Samsung The South Korean giant announced a range of two gaming monitors in the Odyssey series i.e. the G9 (49-inch) and the G7 which are available in 32-inch and 27-inch size variants. The monitors are available to preorder from today. The monitors have also been certified by TÜV Rheinland and have been awarded the industry’s first high performance 1000R curved display and Eye Comfort certificate. © Samsung For gamers, the monitors also support a refresh rate of 240Hz and have a response time (latency) of 1ms. The monitors are also G-Sync compatible for NVIDIA GPUs and have Adaptive Sync on its DP1.4 port as well. In terms of connectivity and ports, both models come with 1x HDMI (2.0), 2X DP (1.4), and 2 USB 3.0 ports. © Samsung The 49-inch G9 Odyssey monitor has a resolution of 5120×1440, 32:9 aspect ratio and a peak brightness of 1000 cd/m2. This particular model also has support for HDR1000 and uses Quantum dot technology for a vivid picture on its QLED panel. The G9 has a striking glossy white exterior and a futuristic infinity core lighting glowing rear core. The core can be customised with up to 52 colours and five lighting effect options. Samsung’s Odyssey G9 49-inch and G7 32-inch and 27-inch models will be available for pre-booking in India from November 25 till December 31, 2020, with special gift offers. Customers can pre-order the monitor from Samsung’s official website here. In terms of pricing, the Odyssey G9 (49-inch) monitor will retail in India for Rs 1,99,000 whereas the Odyssey G7 27-inch model will retail for Rs 49,000. If you want a detailed breakdown of features on both models, have a look at the chart below: . View the full article
  6. What makes our job great isn’t simply the paycheck it offers. Yes, it is one of the top three factors, but it’s almost never the sole reason why our work excites us. Instead, what sets our job apart from others in our friend circle depends on the added advantages we get from being a part of an organisation we belong to. © Pexels There’s a reason why one of the top questions candidates ask their interviewers is related to ‘new work opportunities’ they are likely to get as a part of the team? Promising work opportunities and the possibility of being able to add new skills to our repertoire often tends to play a far greater role in influencing an individual’s decision to join a company. © Pexels Because while a great paycheck can only add to our bank balance, only employee-friendly policies guarantee work satisfaction and motivation or even happiness and peace of mind. But let’s be honest, all of that is easier said than done, and getting that perfect blend is mostly a far-fetched dream. So when LinkedIN asked people on Twitter what was their favourite thing about their job, it was a complete mixed bag and still relatable. Larger chunk of my team(including me) work for 4 days and we get the next 4 days off. + Pandemic or No Pandemic, we do WFH. Two crucial aspects! 🙂 — Arun Dixit (@diarun_002) November 23, 2020 Trying to find it 😜 pic.twitter.com/6ObnWTGgC0 — Anup Singh (@iamAnup9) November 23, 2020 The fact that an employee with 10-years experience and 2-years experience gets treated equally. They value my opinion as much as their 10-year-old employee. :') — karuna🌸 (@karunasharmaa) November 23, 2020 That it resembles other people's vacations - I get to travel and take pictures. — 𝙼. 𝚂𝚑𝚊𝚗𝚝𝚊𝚛𝚊𝚖, 𝚙𝚑𝚘𝚝𝚘𝚐𝚛𝚊𝚙𝚑𝚎𝚛 (@thecontrarian) November 23, 2020 Will let you know when I find it too.. pic.twitter.com/o8yHIOPclg — Mohd Azad (@m_azad) November 23, 2020 New Learning opportunities and unforeseen challenges every now and then.. — Prakash Singh (@Prax_Nayal) November 23, 2020 New challenges and upskilling opportunities — Payal Pisal (@PayalPisal) November 23, 2020 That I still have a job. https://t.co/e1mhuKsHIS — Aniket Bose (@ABnormalConnect) November 23, 2020 Often we tend to take our job for granted, but it is only during moments like this that we are forced to think of all the perks and advantages our jobs provide us with. That’s a lot to be grateful for, right? View the full article
  7. Bollywood is obsessed with good on-screen chemistry and if there isn’t good chemistry between the lead actors, then the films usually don’t do well at the box-office. Many films in the history of Bollywood have been a blockbuster due to a good script and extraordinary on-screen chemistry between the actors. Just like Kajol and SRK were a hit in DDLJ and the film wouldn’t have worked so well if it weren’t for their great acting and how great they looked together. However, we haven’t seen fresh Bollywood jodis in a long time now and we are eagerly waiting for it. So, here is a list of new on-screen couples that’ll definitely set the screens on fire with their chemistry- Diljit Dosanjh & Fatima Sana Shaikh Diljit Dosanjh & Fatima Sana Shaikh will be next seen in Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari, and their jodi in the trailer looks extremely promising. The family entertainer will make everyone laugh and the unlikely pairing has also made us all excited and eager. Varun Dhawan & Sara Ali Khan View this post on Instagram Coolie No. 1 became unforgettable, thanks to Govinda and Karisma Kapoor's stellar act together. In the reboot, Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan are set to give the audience a taste of a new age pairing that will hopefully carry the baton forward. Govinda and Karisma Kapoor’s on-screen chemistry made it extremely difficult to forget Coolie No. 1. And now after years Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan will step into the shoes of the iconic on-screen jodi. Also, this is one of the most awaited pairings that should hit the theatres very soon. Rajkummar Rao & Nushrratt Bharuccha The film Chhalaang which has recently released stars the National Award-winning actor Rajkummar Rao and Nushrratt Bharuccha. Rajkummar Rao is a PT teacher who is fighting to win the love of his sweetheart. Also, the quirky chemistry of the couple is what we needed to look at. Alia Bhatt & Ranbir Kapoor View this post on Instagram The good thing about this on-screen couple is that they are a real-life couple too. Audience is already excited to see them share screen space for the first time in the film Brahmastra. Also, the film has been making the headlines for such a long time that fans can’t wait any longer for the movie to release on December 4, 2020. Vaani Kapoor & Ayushmann Khurrana View this post on Instagram Ayushmann is playing the role of a cross functional athlete in his upcoming film. It is a love story and Vaani Kapoor is going to play the role of his love interest in the film and their on-screen chemistry is what got director Abhishek Kapoor excited the most about this project. View the full article
  8. As 90s kid, we hardly had the internet to keep us occupied. It was the movies that we watched in single theatres or on TV which heavily influenced our socio-cultural perspectives. From dressing up like them to uttering popular dialogues, we wanted to look and sound cool More than a decade later, some of these dialogues have trickled into popular memes and continue to stay fresh in our memories. We have curated a list of five such popular dialogues from the ’90s that you must have used in real life. 1. “Dosti ka ek usool hai madam – no sorry, no thank you.” This dialogue from the 1989 movie Maine Pyaar Kiya penetrated our social circles as we couldn't wait for someone to say thank you. Well, Salman Khan made this dialogue popular and we just wanted to be associated with the movie so desperately that we would use this dialogue at every opportunity we got. 2. “Bade bade deshon mein aisi choti-choti baatein hoti rehti hai, Senorita” We can not believe it if you say that you haven’t used this dialogue from DDLJ ever in your life. Forget the 90s, this dialogue is still pretty popular among millennials. In fact, it is so popular that even the former US President Barack Obama couldn’t escape from its charm. 3. “Rishtey mein toh hum tumhare baap lagte hai, naam hai Shahenshaah!” Amitabh Bachchan was a cult figure in the 80s and 90s and this popular dialogue from his movie Shahenshah didn’t take much time to catch on. In no time, it was a part of the pop culture wherein we saw people using it whenever they got into any quarrels. 4. “Haar kar jeetne wale ko baazigar kehte hai” If you are a fan of Shah Rukh Khan, you would definitely know which movie this dialogue is from. This dialogue also became a part of the cool culture of the 90s. It surely is one of the evergreen dialogues that has been carried over to the current generations too. 5. “Mere Karan Arjun aayenge” We saved this dialogue for the end because this wins the race hands down. Forget the 90’s era, this dialogue from the 1995 film Karan Arjun still has a separate fan base in 2020. From meme culture to using it just to poke fun in certain situations, this dialogue has earned its spot on this list. you’ve used these dialogues at one point or the other in your lives but which one have you used the most? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  9. First salaries are always of paramount importance and most of us remember our first salaries as that’s the first time we ever do something on our own. Everyone starts from somewhere and even if the amount is extremely small, it changes the course of our life and gives us the biggest sense of growing up. However, sharing first salaries recently became a trend on Twitter and people started sharing their first salaries. From journalists to film directors to movie stars, everyone started from somewhere and followed the trend along with sharing their first salaries on Twitter. After all, everyone remembers their ‘firsts’! So, here’s how actors did odd jobs for making money and now after years, they have come a long way. Fukrey actor Pulkit Samrat took to Twitter and wrote, “First Salary- ₹ 1500 Age- 16, Selling petro cards at gas stations.” Check out the tweet here- First Salary- ₹ 1500 Age- 16 Selling petro cards at gas stations. https://t.co/ncJS45x0Of — Pulkit Samrat (@PulkitSamrat) November 18, 2020 Indian film director and producer, Anubhav Sinha earned only Rs 80 with his first job and now he has given us films like Mulk, Thappad, and Article 15. First Salary- Rs 80 Age-18 Arithmetic tuition to a class 7 student to earn for my smoking in the Engg college. https://t.co/SmxrV3E2Xf — Anubhav Sinha (@anubhavsinha) November 18, 2020 Actress Sayani Gupta also shared that she was in Sales and Marketing while her first salary was Rs 12,500. First Salary- Rs 12,500/- Age 21 Marketing and Sales Executive in a Publishing House/Infrastructure Research Firm. https://t.co/cwr1BDs5bi — Sayani Gupta (@sayanigupta) November 18, 2020 Ali Fazal who won our hearts by playing the role of Guddu Pandit in Mirzapur revealed that he worked at a call center to pay his college fees. First salary - 8000/- Age - 19 Call centre during college to fund college fee. https://t.co/z2julqM576 — Ali Fazal M / میر علی فضل / अली (@alifazal9) November 18, 2020 DJ Paroma took to Twitter revealing her first salary was Rs.30,000 when she was 18years. She wrote, “As a Cabin crew, which then grew to about a lac a month and then dropped to Rs.4,000 at the age of 23 when I started my career as a DJ.” First Salary - Rs.30,000 Age - 18 As a Cabin crew, which then grew to about a lac a month and then dropped to Rs.4,000 at the age of 23 when I started my career as a DJ https://t.co/CEA0dgjQvB — PAROMA CHATTERJEE (@DjParoma) November 18, 2020 Actress Nimrat Kaur also took to Twitter and said that she was a part of a music skit where she earned Rs 10,000 as her first salary. First Salary : 10,000/- Age : 17 Musical skit for a car launch at the Auto Expo Delhi used to open my first bank account. https://t.co/k3Kerh34KF — Nimrat Kaur (@NimratOfficial) November 18, 2020 Actor Sharad Kelkar revealed that he earned Rs 2500 bucks as a gym instructor. First salary - Rs. 2500 "Age - 18" Gym instructor — Sharad Kelkar (@SharadK7) November 18, 2020 Recently, Indian film director, Hansal Mehta who is the director of Scam 1992, Citylights, Omerta, and Chhalaang revealed that he was a salesperson when he was 16 years old and earned Rs 450. First salary- Rs.450pm Age-16 Salesperson at Intershoppe Kemp's Corner selling Fu's jeans and casual wear to earn money for my junior college wardrobe. https://t.co/TYiJi9dQPR — Hansal Mehta (@mehtahansal) November 18, 2020Do you want to share the memories of your first salary with us? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  10. Just like Biryani, Maggi is sacred. If someone tries to mess with it, it will trigger each and every desi person. Maggi is the kind of comfort food that needs to be respected. © Reuters Yes, different people have different tastes and yes, people can eat whatever they want. But, there is a limit. You don't commit a hate crime against Maggi and get off scot-free. You need to be shamed for your sinful act! © YouTube So, that's why when someone on Twitter shared a picture of how they eat Maggi - mixed with curd (ew) - it personally offended a lot of people. You can elevate your Maggi by adding vegetables and different sauces, but adding dahi is just unforgivable. Just look at the monstrosity! Maggi and curd is food for the soul ️ pic.twitter.com/RmNRVRvnfw — Felon Mask (@acnymph) November 16, 2020 I have one question for this person - Who hurt you? I hate that this picture exists, but it perfectly sums up the disgust we're feeling now. Can't beat this though pic.twitter.com/4JspcNiXxJ — rohit chopra (@Chopra97) November 17, 2020 Someone, please tell. How to unsee this https://t.co/PJjnNssEH1 — Balaji Sankara Saravanan (@vbss75) November 18, 2020 Ruined both dahi and Maggi at once. Exactly my thought right now, just as I saw the pic!!!! Especially the dahi, which is my goto snack with something simple added like salt, pepper and tomatoes!!! Good for the stomach, but more importantly - my soul food!!!! — Niten Singh (@NitenSingh17) November 17, 2020 Perfect gif. pic.twitter.com/GNpJPbmIHZ — CS (@Che_SinebyCos) November 16, 2020 There are some adventurous people. Weird, but wil try pic.twitter.com/AL2tCurgSD — i concern for Nature (@499Undertaker) November 17, 2020 The best use of this meme. This claim is fuckin disputed. https://t.co/qFcAhhkGfO — ACID⚗️ (@Acidtweets_) November 17, 2020 It needs to be reported. Hello Police. I'm calling to report a crime.. https://t.co/bbvqCUFyVP — Dhruv Shanker (@madonionslicer) November 17, 2020 Hmm. This is why the Lord gives us plagues https://t.co/KZihbeXjgj — Ankita (@lady_gabbar) November 17, 2020 Offended on Maggi's behalf. As im in a serious relationship with maggi requesting you not to hurt my sentiments Really disgusting 🤢🤢🤢 https://t.co/r5PTu59yF0 — நூடுல்ஸ் (@saravananbk05) November 17, 2020 Ouch. pic.twitter.com/vXLJUGvolj — Shirish Pathak (@pshirish24) November 20, 2020 At least, she's taking it in her stride. — Felon Mask (@acnymph) November 17, 2020 View the full article
  11. There's nothing more special than celebrating love and this couple's love story will make even the strongest person melt. Sundeep and Sharath recently tied the knot and their wedding pictures are something else. Extravagant, wholesome, full of love - some of the words that can sum up their big fat desi shaadi. © Humans Of Bombay It really is the best response. © Humans Of Bombay View the full article
  12. Shibli Faraz says 'it would have made sense for Fazlur Rehman to apologise but 'there's no decency in him' to do so
  13. Often, cricketers taking part in the PSL have showed respect to each other on the field despite being in opposing teams
  14. The accused were taken to the police station by locals on suspicion of attempting to sacrifice their own children, read the report
  15. Athletes from various sports in Pakistan are going to be watching the PSL 2020 final between Karachi and Lahore tomorrow
  16. Wahab says days long gone when people were scared to step out for recreational activities because of the city's polluted environment
  17. We are blessed with actors in the Indian film industry who don’t look a day older than 40 but are actually in their 60s. Such fitness levels at their age is nothing but phenomenal. Anyone who ever dreads ageing can learn a lesson or two from these veteran actors, who are living proof that age is nothing but just a number, and that you're never too old to start working out and take care of your physical health, and mind you, also your mental health. From Anil Kapoor, Anupam Kher to Jackie Shroff, all these actors have crossed the age of 60 but are acing the fitness game like no other. Also, when it comes to physical fitness, these actors can easily give people half their age a run for their money and metabolism. Don’t believe us? Check out some of the inspiring videos and pics of these actors: 1. Anil Kapoor View this post on Instagram Of late, Anil Kapoor is making people half his age extremely envious about him on social media. Why, you ask? It’s because he has become an unstoppable force both in terms of acting and fitness. “This papa doesn’t preach, just removes his top and walks to the beach,” that’s what he wrote in one of his posts where he’s walking shirtless at the beach. At 63, Anil Kapoor looks as good and young as he did during his debut days and the credit entirely goes to his dedication towards fitness and health. From running, cycling, doing planks, jumping ropes to weight lifting, the actor is at the top of his fitness game and is giving major fitness goals to his fans and followers in the process. 2. Rajinikanth View this post on Instagram At 69, Rajinikanth is at his fittest best and gave proof of the same while shooting Into The Wild With Bear Grylls. Remember? The duo went on an adventurous journey through the Bandipur Tiger Reserve in Karnataka. Earlier this year, his fans flooded social media with pictures of him working out during the shoot of his movie Darbar. In the pictures, the actor was seen flaunting his ripped biceps and toned physique. Apart from working out, the actor also practices yoga and swims frequently. Many of his fans might not be aware that he frequents Mt Kailash every year. 3. Sunny Deol View this post on Instagram The actor-turned-politician celebrated his 64th birthday on October 19, 2020. His father Dharmendra shared pictures from his birthday party, on social media, where Sunny Deol did not look a day older than 40! The actor, who is best known for his “dhai kilo ka haath” dialogue told Filmfare, “Fitness is an addiction for me. If I don’t work out, I don’t feel energetic throughout the day. I work out with weights in the morning and play sports in the afternoon.” Well, if this doesn’t motivate you, what will? 4. Amitabh Bachchan View this post on Instagram At 78, Amitabh Bachchan is the oldest actor on this list, but his fitness levels are undoubtedly at par with people half his age. The actor, who is currently busy with the latest season of Kaun Banega Crorepati, is an inspiration for everyone. Earlier this year, he even shared a gym selfie on social media, where he’s seen standing in front of treadmills, weights, dumbbells and other equipment at his home gym, encouraging his fans to exercise. In one of his blogs, the actor even shared his morning routine that includes beginning his day with gym sessions, consuming tulsi leaves and doing pranayama. Guys, kuch seekho inse! 5. Anupam Kher View this post on Instagram From taking up boxing, weight lifting to doing push-ups, 65-year-old Anupam Kher has upped his fitness game during the lockdown. The actor has been constantly sharing motivation posts and his workout regime with his followers on social media and even thanked his fellow co-stars Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan and Anil Kapoor for encouraging (in his words, forcing) him to exercise regularly. In 2016, he surprised his fans when he revealed that he’s lost nearly 14 kgs and shared his transformation pictures. 6. Jackie Shroff View this post on Instagram While Tiger Shroff is impressing his fans and followers on social media with his toned body and ripped muscles, his 63-year-old father, apna bhidu Jackie Shroff isn’t too far behind in the fitness game. Time and again the actor’s jaw-dropping pictures have proved his fitness levels – whether it's Tiger Shroff sharing an image of the Devdas actor’s ripped body and calling him the “real Baaghi”, or wife Ayesha Shroff sharing a picture of him flexing his muscles. On the work front, the actor will be soon seen in Akshay Kumar’s Sooryavanshi. Bhai log, if these posts don’t ignite a fitness urge in you - tum kabhi sudhar nahi sakte. It’s time for my workout now. BRB! View the full article
  18. The boat was carrying 120 people, out of which 47 people have been rescued by the Libyan coastguard and fishermen.
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