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In what has been a tale of two halves, Rohit Sharma's cricketing journey has been full of ups and downs. Despite being tipped as one the upcoming talents in the country, the Mumbai batsman initially struggled to get going when he was roped in as a middle-order batsman. But, his ascension to the opening slot didn't just give a second wind to his career, but eventually gave India an irreplaceable batsman at the top. Since then, there has been no turning back for the rampant Indian opener. From carrying the baton for his side in crunch matches, taking some of the best bowling attacks to the cleaners to bulldozing his way to envious batting records, the 32-year-old, over the years, has undeniably established himself as one of the best in the business. And, the year 2019 appears to be no different. © Twitter/@BCCI With nine hundreds - including a Test double, eight half-centuries, 201 fours and 66 sixes, the 32-year-old is bossing international cricket this year. And, after scoring a blistering 43-ball 85 against Bangladesh in Rajkot, he is right on top of the leading run-scorers' list for the year. Given the repertoire of his strokes, the right-hander is more than capable of turning the game on its head - something that was thoroughly visible during his carnage at the Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium. Under pressure from their defeat in Delhi, the Indian captain led from the front to stitch a 118-run opening partnership with Shikhar Dhawan (31). The Mumbai batsman hammered the Bangladeshi bowlers all around the park, smashing six fours and as many sixes during his blazing knock that came at strike-rate of over 197. In fact, such was the confidence level of Rohit that he even contemplated the idea of hitting off-spinner Mosaddek Hossain for six sixes in an over before eventually settling for three. MUST WATCH: Chahal TV with the Hitman! ð From @ImRo45's 100th T20I to his 'secret' recipe to those monster sixes, this fun segment of Chahal TV has all the answers! ð @yuzi_chahal - by @28anand Full Video here ðð https://t.co/tPJpO7yDMo pic.twitter.com/HgEZXGgroF — BCCI (@BCCI) November 8, 2019 "That's what I tried, I wanted to go for six in a row but when I missed the fourth one I decided to go for singles. I knew that an off-spinner was bowling, and the wet ball was not going to turn, so my plan was to stand still and hit the ball without stepping out," Sharma told Yuzvendra Chahal on bcci.tv after the game. With 62 runs required from 11 overs, Rohit had Hossain ducking for cover in the 10th over. The Indian opener dispatched the Bangladesh off-spinner's first delivery for a six over deep midwicket. Then, another flat delivery was sent deep over the long-on fence for another maximum. The third delivery, another short of a length ball, got similar treatment as Rohit rocked back in the crease before heaving it over long-on to make it three sixes in a row. © Twitter/@BCCI However, couldn't quite connect with the fourth, a fuller delivery, and only got an edge, breaking the sequence. After 21 runs off the over, India got to their target of 154 with eight wickets in hand and 26 balls remaining. During his match-winning innings, Rohit's ability to hit sixes with relative ease was quite noticeable. For someone who doesn't boast of a typically muscular frame, Rohit has developed a knack for hitting sixes. So how does he do it, you'd ask? Here's the answer. "You don't need just big muscles or power to hit sixes. You need timing and you need to hit it from the middle, your head should be still, your body needs to be in the right position. When you take care of these things on a good wicket, you will be able to hit sixes," Rohit explained to Chahal. © Twitter/@BCCI With 2019 almost coming to an end, Rohit is eager to continue his fine form and finish his outstanding year on a high. "It's been a very good so far, just want to finish it off on a great note. "We've got a few games coming up, one against Bangladesh and then there's a whole West Indies series coming up as well. So yes, I'm quite looking forward to that, not to forget the two Test matches (against Bangladesh)," he said at the post-match presentation. Following a tame loss in the first match, the Rohit Sharma-led India produced a strong batting show to script a convincing eight-wicket win. After restricting the visitors to 153/6, Rohit (85), with adequate support from Dhawan (31) and Shreyas Iyer (24), helped the hosts in levelling the three-match series 1-1. Eyeing a series win, India and Bangladesh will now lock horns in the third and final T20I at the Vidarbha Cricket Association stadium in Nagpur on 10th November. View the full article
As millions of Indian women gazed at the moon in celebration of Karva Chauth, they were joined by an unlikely fellow spectator - the Chandrayaan-2 orbiter, whose instruments recently captured the lunar surface from 100km above. #ISRO See the first illuminated image of the lunar surface acquired by #Chandrayaan2's IIRS payload. IIRS is designed to measure reflected sunlight from the lunar surface in narrow and contiguous spectral channels. For details visit:https://t.co/C3STg4H79S pic.twitter.com/95N2MpebY4 — ISRO (@isro) 17 October 2019 Using the Imaging Infrared Spectrometer (IIRS) onboard the orbiter, ISRO obtained images of the lunar farside in the northern hemisphere. The image also shows the Sommmerfield crater floor, the sunlit inner rim of crater Kirkwood, Stebbins crater floor, fresh crater Ejecta in Sommerfield crater floor and Stebbins crater central peak. According to ISRO, the IIRS equipment is “designed to measure reflected sunlight from the lunar surface in narrow and contiguous spectral channels.” These channels are represented in the form of black and white bands, which can be analysed to obtain data on the lunar surface and its composition. © Twitter/ISRO “The major objective of IIRS is to understand the origin and evolution of the Moon in a geologic context by mapping the lunar surface mineral and volatile composition using signatures in the reflected solar spectrum,” ISRO said in a statement.
“Tera kya hoga Kalia?”, “Vijay Dinanath Chauhan, pura naam. Baap ka naam Dinanath Chauhan. Ma ka naam Suhasini Chauhan. Gaon Mandwa…”, “Jindagi mein aadmi doich time itna jaldi bhagta hai – Olympic ka race ho, ya police ka case ho”. We are sure that most of you good folks reading this story, recall these iconic dialogues from 'Sholay', 'Agneepath' and 'Amar Akbar Anthony', that left a lasting impression on your memories. Even now, years after we first heard them, we can still deliver these lines verbatim on cue! View this post on Instagram Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and family of veteran Bollywood actor #KaderKhan. May he rest in eternal peace #rip #Bollywood #India #ZeeWorld #Zeeworldtvupdates A post shared by Zee World TV Update (@zeeworldtvupdates) on Jan 3, 2019 at 4:19am PST That says something about the kind of impact words could wield in the bygone era, even with the kind of dialogues our favourite heroes threw at the camera. But what's more special, is the mind at work here. The wordsmiths who strung words together to weave some of the most memorable phrases ever produced in the history of Hindi cinema. One such person of interest, who went unnoticed regardless of embodying this talent, and didn't get his due in the industry for his wizarding skills with words, was Kader Khan. A veteran actor, yes. But there is a lot more than just that, which the man has to his credit. The late actor breathed his last on 31st December and was laid to rest earlier today by his family and friends in Canada. View this post on Instagram Team 'Hero No. 1' - Govinda, director David Dhawan, producer Vashu Bhagnani & #KaderKhan @govindaahuja21 @varundvn @bhagnani_vashu #HeroNo1 #Govinda #DavidDhawan #VashuBhagnani #HindiCinema A post shared by Film History Pics (@filmhistorypics) on Jan 2, 2019 at 11:32pm PST While the world continues to remember him as a skilled actor who could make his audience laugh and cry with his acting, there was a whole different side to the man that most of the world was unaware of. Kader Khan, the screenwriter was as much of a dominating persona in the Hindi film industry, as the actor. Perhaps like a majority of us, you were also unaware of the fact that Kader Khan was the man who made Amitabh Bachchan's “angry young man” avatar come to life on-screen. He was the reason audience marvelled over Govinda's epic comedy that would have us ROFL-ing. View this post on Instagram Remembering the veteran actor Kader Khan Sahab - A versitile actor from being the king of comedy to a serious Act, it was always a delight watching his honest performances. Kader Khan Sahab is there in everyone's heart and will be remembered forever. . . . #RIPKaderKhanSahab #RemembringKadarKhan #kaderkhan #kaderkhandeath #ripkaderkhan #bollywood #actor #likeforlikes #like4likes #followforfollowback A post shared by Manesha A Agarwal (@maneshaagarwalmusic) on Jan 2, 2019 at 6:02am PST Kader Khan was more than an actor. So much more. He was a screenwriter and comedian, and a word-wiz who penned down some of the most honest and poignant dialogues for leading superstars in the industry. If that is news to you, we bet you didn't know about these facts about Khan-Sahab either: 1. Born in Kabul, Afghanistan in 1937, he was a civil engineer by degree and even taught the subject in Byculla's MH Saboo Siddik College of Engineering from 1970 to 1975. View this post on Instagram Remembering Kader Khan: Have a look at these unseen pictures of the legendary actor! Follow ð@star_lifestyle_world for more updates âºï¸ . . #kaderkhan #unseen #pictures #actor #veteran #legend #bollywood #pinkvilla A post shared by star lifestyle world (@star_lifestyle_world) on Jan 2, 2019 at 4:23am PST 2. Kader Khan's acting talent was spotted by Dilip Kumar, during the former's performance at a college play. He was then signed up for 'Sagina Mahato' and 'Bairaag'. 3. He made his acting debut with 'Daag' in 1973. He played the role of a lawyer in the movie, that starred Rajesh Khanna, Sharmila Tagore and Rakhee in lead roles. View this post on Instagram (1996) #KaderKhan, Akshay Kumar and Suniel Shetty during shoot of 'Sapoot' @akshaykumar @sunielvshetty (pic: express archive) #AkshayKumar #SunielShetty #HindiCinema #KaderKhan A post shared by Film History Pics (@filmhistorypics) on Jan 2, 2019 at 11:23pm PST 4. In a career that spans over three decades, Kader Khan regaled the audience in over 300 films, out of which he had dialogue-writing credits for 250 movies. 5. He started writing scripts for movies even before his acting career kicked off. The first script that Kader Khan ever wrote was for 'Jawani Diwani' in 1982. 6. He was the man who penned some of Amitabh Bachchan's most famous dialogues, though some of his most popular works can be seen in 'Sharaabi', 'Coolie', 'Desh Premee', 'Lawaaris', 'Suhaag', 'Muqaddar Ka Sikandar', 'Parvarish', 'Amar Akbar Anthony', 'Mr. Natwarlal', 'Satte Pe Satta', 'Inquilab', 'Giraftaar', 'Hum'', Agneepath', 'Himmatwala', 'Coolie No. 1', 'Main Khiladi Tu Anari', and 'Sarfarosh' to name a few. View this post on Instagram #Rip #kaderkhan @beingsalmankhan #loveYou #lovekids Follow Us â¡@zoya5568 @being_ritika_salman @fugi_sk07 Don't Forget To FOLLOW Us ð¤. . . Follow for more updates : @beingsalmankhan__offical . . . #beingsalmankhan #salman #salmankhan #salmankhanlovers #salmankhanmerijaan #katrinakaif #salmaniacs #salmankhansmile #salmankhanrules #salmankhanno1worldwide #dabangg3 #Bharat #BharatEid2019 #BiggBoss12 #BiggBoss #BB12 A post shared by ð¯ï¸ISHQ DE CHASHNI (SALMAN)ð¯ (@beingsalmankhan__offical) on Jan 1, 2019 at 6:19pm PST 7. Kader Khan made Govinda's now-iconic “tapori shaanapanti” popular with the masses, with his intelligent, street-style wordplay, that used puns and abuses to grant the dialogues with just the right amount of depth and hilarity, all at once. 8. He not only wrote the best lines but was also a performer who brought those lines written in ink, alive on-screen. His sense of comedy, throw and comic-timing stayed on with the audience even after he left the frame. Kader Khan's chemistry with Govinda can never see a second coming. View this post on Instagram #RIP End of an Era !! #KaderKhan Kader Khan, Veteran Bollywood Actor, Passes Away at 81 After Prolonged Illness A day after dismissing reports of his death, Kader Khan's son Sarfaraz confirmed on Tuesday morning that the veteran actor-writer passed away on Monday evening. Best known for acting in popular films such Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Akhiyon Se Goli Maare, Joru Ka Ghulam, Haseena Maan Jaayegi, Aunty No. 1 and Judwaa, Khan was living in Canada with Sarfaraz and his daughter-in-law Shahista. He was 81. "My dad has left us. He passed away on December 31 at 6 pm as per Canadian time due to prolonged illness. He slipped into coma in the afternoon. He was in the hospital for 16-17 weeks,” Sarfaraz told PTI. "The last rites will be performed here in Canada only. We have our entire family here and we live here so we are doing it. We are thankful to everyone for their blessings and prayers," he added. In the last few days, Khan was just able to maintain eye contact. He had stopped talking completely, was put on a BiPAP ventilator and showed symptoms of pneumonia. Sarfaraz had earlier told a media portal that Khan had recently undergone a knee surgery but despite it being successful, he couldn't walk owing to his ill health. "The surgery did not go wrong. It was just that my father refused to get up after it. We were told that he has to make an effort and try to start walking from the next day but he just didn't do it," Sarfaraz said. Khan was also suffering from progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), an extremely rare degenerative disease known to cause slow deterioration and loss of specific volumes of the brain, resulting in loss of balance, slowing of movement, difficulty moving eyes and dementia. Born in Kabul in 1937, Khan made his acting debut in 1973 with Yash Chopra's film Daag that starred Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore in lead roles. He went on to feature in over 300 films. But before turning to acting, he was a prolific dialogue and screen writer and had penned dialogues for over 250 films, including Randhir Kapoor-Jaya Bachchan's A post shared by ðµð°ÙÛØ¯ Die hard fan Since 1999 (@sanjayduttismyhero) on Dec 31, 2018 at 9:59pm PST 9. According to popular belief, Kader Khan would practise his dialogues in the dead of the night in graveyards to gauge the impact of his deliveries. That's some level of passion and dedication the man had! 10. According to an Amar Ujala report, the late actor had a net worth of 65 crores and won the Filmfare Award for Best Dialogue twice in his career for 'Meri Awaaz Suno' (1982) and 'Angaar' (1993). In 2013, he was also honoured with the Sahitya Shiromani Award for his contributions to the Hindi film industry. View this post on Instagram RIP! #KaderKhan! ðOne of the finest #Villain, #Actor, #writer, Veteran #Bollywood actor #KaderKhan passed away in a hospital in Canada. #Rip #KaderKhanpassedaway #RIPKaderKhan #GovindaLovers #Govinda #salmankhan #amitabhbachchan A post shared by GovindaLovers (@govindalovers) on Dec 31, 2018 at 10:18pm PST
Take any discipline in the world and you'll have a lot of opinions and ideas about it. Different people have different ideas when it comes to different topics. Two disciplines in particular, nutrition and training are such that each and every individual in this world have different and conflicting views about them. In fact, it is so bad that every other individual's opinion is taken as fact, and science and facts are often discarded as boring. Let's face it, we have all grown up hearing a variety of fitness and nutrition “advice” from different sources in our lives, mostly gym bros and people who actually have no knowledge about either fitness or nutrition; and most of those tips are inaccurate. So, to clear some misconceptions, I have put together a list of tips we need to unlearn starting off in 2019. 1) You Have To Be A Gym Rat © Thinkstock No, you don't have to go to the gym 6 days a week, 2 hours a day to build a good looking physique. 3-4 days a week with adequate volume and frequency for each muscle group is good enough to build a drool-worthy physique. What builds muscle is progressive overload aka lifting more than what you used to, which in turn means getting stronger in the gym. You can work out 3-4-5-6 and get stronger with time. The amount of time or the number of days a week you spend in the gym is irrelevant if you cannot induce progressive overload. 2) Clean Eating To Lose Fat © Pixabay No, what dictates fat gain or loss is calories. When you are trying to lose body fat, how much you eat always supersedes what you eat. Having said that you should have a balanced diet comprising 80% of whole natural food sources and the rest of the 20% calories can come from foods that you like to relish like junk or fried food, ice cream etc, given that you are within your caloric limit and your macros in place. 3) Carbs Are Bad © Pixabay No, carbs are not only not bad, they are good and are necessary, especially if you are interested in athletic performance aka getting fit. Carbohydrates, being the primary and preferred source of energy for your body, help you train more explosively as compared to fat. Complex carbs such as beans and legumes are very good sources of protein and fiber especially for vegetarians. Coming to the myth about gaining weight from carbs, you gain weight if you eat in a caloric surplus, that is, eating more food than what your body needs to maintain its weight, not because of a macronutrient. 4) Food Timings What makes you store fat is eating more food than what your body needs to maintain its weight. In other words, eating in a caloric surplus. Each and everything you eat has calories in it (except water). Calories are the measuring unit for energy provided by the food you eat. Now, the amount of energy provided by any food is not going to change if you eat that food at a certain time. A calorie is a calorie and it will give you the same amount of energy no matter when you eat it and the only time you get fat is the when you intake more energy(food) than you need to sustain your day to day exercise and activities. 5) Muscle Confusion © YouTube Your muscles are not that stupid that they will get confused so easily, your gym trainer on the other hand, most certainly is. Moreover, the muscle confusion does not build muscle, progress overload aka getting stronger in the gym does. No matter how many variations you keep changing week in week out in the hopes of confusing your muscles to build more muscle, it won't make any difference. It can detrimental though as this practice does let you let practice a particular lift for a long time which in turn will be detrimental when it comes to gaining strength i.e. getting stronger which is what you need to lift more weight to build more muscle. Remember, strength is a skill which you acquire by practicing which you won't achieve by changing your exercise variations every 4-6 weeks. Nav Dhillon is an online coach with GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company that helps people with fitness goals right from losing weight to competing in bodybuilding shows. He has coached individuals from all forms of life, right from people looking to get in shape in general to national level bodybuilding and physique athletes. You can reach Nav on email@example.com or his Instagram handle if you are looking for professional help with your fitness goals.
Well, it goes without saying that when Chacha-Bhatija Anil Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor share screen space together, something epic is bound to happen. And as expected, that's exactly what you witness in the latest trailer for their upcoming movie ‘Mubarakan'. Amazing Anil Kapoor introduces us to his crazy Punjabi family. And we just can't wait to see their impeccable comic timing on the 70mm screen. After watching this latest trailer of Anees Bazmee's film, we are convinced that this will be one hell of a movie that will lead to a laughter riot. After all, what less can we expect from the director who has given us films like ‘No Entry', ‘Welcome' and ‘Singh Is King'? Coming back to the trailer, we really loved how Anil Kapoor keeps laughing at his own jokes, making you laugh despite the fact that those jokes are not that funny. But then that's an art, right? Arjun's characters Karan and Charan are both remarkable and we can't figure out yet who is our favourite. Well, the trailer also introduces us to gorgeous Neha Sharma, who will be seen playing Charan's girlfriend. However, soon we will see him falling head over heels in love with Athiya. The film is supposed to release on July 28th and we will finally meet this crazy-mad family.
The trailer for ‘Bareily Ki Barfi' is out now and by the looks of it, the movie looks like one of the promising entertainers of the year. The movie stars Kriti Sanon who will remind you of Rani from ‘Bunty Aur Babli'. © Youtube The other stars in the movie are Ayushmann Khurranna and Rajkummar Rao. The best part of the movie is actually the mutual loathing between the actors which will make you ignore Kriti as well. © YouTube The movie is inspired from a book called ‘Ingredients of Love'. The whole UP vibe has been captured pretty well by Nitesh Tiwari. Definitely looking forward to this one!