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Sara Ali Khan Is Literally Always Singing 'Aankh Marey' Even Though She Can't Sing At All
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsWhen you work really hard on something, you're obviously very excited about it. So of course, Sara Ali Khan is very hyped about her upcoming movie 'Simmba' with Ranveer Singh. Turns out all of her excitement comes out in the form of singing and she has been doing a lot of that while promoting the movie. People started noticing that she's always, always singing 'Aankh Marey' even when no is asking her to. Nobody: Sara: pic.twitter.com/b0HJqqASyH — khushi (@bollyalways) December 23, 2018 This is quite inspirational if you think about it. Doing what you love, that too so confidently, even when you suck at it, she's doing it right and we should learn a thing or two from her. Moreover, this new discovery is making people love her even more because it's just too damn relatable. Haha she doesn't even sing well. But that doesn't stop her. I am really starting to like her more — Ishika (@ishikasing) December 23, 2018 See? I told you. Inspiration Level : Not giving fcuk about what others think. https://t.co/MMbiWaOb3c — Adarsh Surendran (@adarshvs7) December 25, 2018 This is a valid concern as well. I am afraid to watch Sara Ali Khan's interviews now. She will start singing "seethi bajaye" out of nowhere. — Rajeev (@AttitudeKnight) December 23, 2018 Hashtag relatable. Sara Ali Khan is all of us who love singing but can't! ♥ï¸ @noorejazch https://t.co/vqjRPzeEJb — Shristi Goswami (@GoswamiShristi) December 24, 2018 It's literally that but with a lot more enthusiasm. "Beta zara uncle aunty ko gaana gakr sunao" https://t.co/dUSEtRiMBO — Siddharth (@TheSiddJain) December 24, 2018 No, let her sing! Dear Sara Ali Khan STOP SINGING PLZð — Why So Serious ! (@SurrealZak) December 23, 2018 Perfect co-stars? At last found the actress who matches the spirit of ranveer Singh...mashaallaha Sara Ali Khan. — Asma Imran (@ImraAsma) December 24, 2018 Yes, she does. Right?! And she's been using her pipes for most of the promotions now ð Our girl deserves a lil' something something — Sara Ali Khan Fanpage (@SaraAliKhanFP) December 23, 2018 Some people were reminded of her mother. She reminds me of Amrita Singh from Chameli ki Shaadi â¤ï¸ https://t.co/pYvLkgyXXO — Mandeep Singh Chadha (@rockingsurdy) December 24, 2018
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsSmartphone companies try to differentiate themselves by incorporating unique and exciting ideas that may not translate well into the real world. Companies like Samsung are already launching devices with four cameras like the Galaxy A9 and now it seems like LG will up the ante. © LetsGODigital LG is reportedly working on a smartphone that will have camera setup with 16 lenses. The new patent was filed by the company and spotted by LetsGoDigital. LG has already incorporated a five-camera setup on the LG V40 ThingQ comprising of three rear cameras and two front cameras. Light has already made a 16-lens camera in 2017 and is now working on a smartphone with up to nine lenses in the rear camera. This step was taken to improve low-light performance and achieve various depth effects. © LetsGODigital LG's plans for a new 16-lens smartphone may just be the concept that would trump every other smartphone mentioned above. Having said that, the information is based on a patent and it's not certain whether we would see a smartphone with 16 lenses by LG soon. According to the patent, the 16 lenses will be arranged in a 4x4 layout at the rear and will be able to take multiple perspectives in a single shot. This feature could change mobile photography altogether as it will also allow it capture of moving 3D pictures. This new setup will also enable the smartphone to replace objects easily due to extra data caught with each shot. © YouTube The patent also details that LG will be placing a mirror at the bottom of the rear cameras which will let users take selfies. This may eradicate the need of selfie camera and will let LG use a true edge-to-edge display without a notch. We aren't sure if this device will ever see the day of light, however, LG is definitely considering building a smartphone with 16 lenses. We just want to now see how LG will be able to translate this concept into reality. Source: LetsGoDigital
ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsWhen it comes to superheroes, most of us have our favourites from either Marvel or DC. This is a rivalry that was created long back and will always be open to debate. When it comes to movies, Marvel is the clear winner, if we consider box office performances, while DC is struggling with scripts. The last movies of a DC superhero that I truly loved was the Batman Trilogy, although they weren't the part of DC cinematic universe. Despite the below par performance of DC movies, I still enjoy them more than I enjoy the ones by Marvel, though. Following are the reasons which strengthen my argument that DC is better than Marvel: 1. Character Depth It was a delight to see the transformation of Bruce Wayne from the 'Batman Trilogy to 'Batman vs. Superman'. Where Nolan's Bruce was younger and more optimistic, DCEU's Bruce was mature and slightly darker. This transformation was brilliantly scripted because usually when we see a superhero, there's hardly any change in the character. But the character development here was astonishing and overwhelming. © Warner Bros. This is where Marvel lacks. Except for suits & the beard of Captain America, Marvel has barely changed anything in its superheroes. The cocky-ness of Iron Man is great but eventually, it gets boring seeing it again and again. 2. Toughness I would like to blame Disney for this one. Remember 'The Incredible Hulk'? He was scary! One would think twice before messing with him. Then Disney came into the picture & suddenly the Hulk turned into a PG-13 version of his former self. © Universal Pictures What we saw after that was a soft Hulk and a series of 'childish' movies. Apart from Logan, no other movie of a Marvel superhero is good enough for an adult fan. They are soft, the storyline is not deep, and they barely scratch the surface when it comes to dark villains. Against the entire MCU, just one guy from DC is enough – Superman. 3. Posters Posters from Marvel movies are, well, boring! They are clean, quiet & again, lack the depth. On the other hand, posters from DC movies are stirring and dark, like the franchise itself. © Marvel From the Marvel posters, we get the feel of a family film which we should watch with kids. And that is certainly not a compliment if you're a diehard superhero fan. 4. Embracing The Dark Side Marvel is all about fighting against villains and saving the world. DC is much more than that. DC openly shows the struggles of superheroes. Remember 'Justice League'? Batman knew he was old now. Contrary to his popular belief, he accepted he can't work alone. © Warner Bros. Remember 'Wonder Woman'? The movie was more about her internal struggle to stay home or to be set free in the outside world and less about defeating the villain. You don't see such depths in Marvel movies. Maybe in 'Infinity War', but it was still an 'Ohh, there's a bad guy. Let's defeat him' kinda movie. Marvel needs to grow up! 5. TV Series If we compare the first season of 'Arrow' and 'Daredevil', the former was way better. I'll tell you why! 'Arrow' developed the character from scratch. There was a background associated with each and every move that he learned. A flashback where we got to see how our superhero learned various techniques and his struggles to survive torturous conditions. © The CW When I watched 'Daredevil', all I found was some blind guy who trained some blind kid. That's it! There was no 'how.' That's why I found Season 1 of 'Daredevil' to be one of the most overrated seasons. To sum it up, Marvel lacks maturity. It is no longer the world where superheroes are just for kids. I can't say that I could ever find Iron Man better than Batman, but at least Marvel can try to make films keeping the adult audience in mind.