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  1. Emails, telephone lines and online payment services were affected by the attack. Photo: FileMIAMI: Authorities in Pensacola, Florida said Monday the city had been hit by a cyberattack, just days after a Saudi officer killed three American sailors at the city's naval base.Emails, telephone lines and online payment services were affected by the attack, the northwestern municipality announced on Facebook.Officials did not say whether there was a link between the cyber and naval base attacks."We're... trying to figure out who this was and... where do we go from here in putting our system back together," mayor Grover Robinson said at a press conference.City officials also notified the FBI, whose Jacksonville office tweeted it was "providing resources to assist" but that no further information was available at the time.The cyberattack comes as Pensacola is still reeling from the naval base shooting.On Friday, Mohammed Alshamrani, a second lieutenant in the Saudi Royal Air Force, opened fire in a classroom at the Pensacola naval base, killing three sailors and wounding eight others before being shot dead by police.The 21-year-old had been on the base for a Saudi military training program.The FBI said Sunday they were investigating with the "presumption" it was an act of terrorism but had yet to make a final determination.
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  4. Smartphones that are priced under Rs. 30,000 are extremely popular in India. People prefer these phones over the flagship devices mainly because of all the value it offers for the money. You'll probably end up spending way less money and get some really powerful specs, great cameras, etc. Well, if you are planning to buy a new smartphone under Rs. 30,000, then these are the ones which we think are worth buying. 1. OnePlus 7 © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP Yes, OnePlus has already launched the OnePlus 7T but doesn't make the OnePlus 7 a bad phone by any means. In fact, it received a price cut after the launch of OnePlus 7T, making it an even better offering. You can now pick up the OnePlus 7 for less than Rs 30,000, which is awesome. You'll get a 6.4-inch FHD+ panel, Snapdragon 855 SoC, a 48MP camera sensor and more. If you're interested, then you can read our full review of the OnePlus 7 right here. 2. Redmi K20 Pro © YouTube/ Marques Brownlee Redmi K20 Pro is another great phone that's worth checking out in this price range. The phone looks stunning, sports an AMOLED panel, is powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC and has a triple camera setup with a 48MP sensor. It also has a great battery life. You can check out our review of the Redmi K20 Pro right here. 3. ASUS 6Z © YouTube/ GSMArena The ASUS 6Z has now received a significant price cut in India and is now available for just Rs. 25,999. At that price, it's a great device and is absolutely worth checking out. It's powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC and comes with a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel and a massive 5,000 mAh battery. The highlight of the phone, however, is the rotating camera module, which includes a 48MP sensor. 4. Google Pixel 3a © YouTube/ Android Police Lastly, we have the Google Pixel 3a. Yes, Google has already launched Pixel 4, but it's not coming to India. So your best bet to get Google's camera under Rs. 30,000 is by buying the Pixel 3a. We use the Google Pixel 3a to shoot most of the pictures for our reviews and features, so we can confirm that it's a great phone and totally worth buying. View the full article
  5. Are you looking to buy a new smartphone under Rs 20,000? Well, 2019 has been a spectacular year for mobile phones with a ton of great devices coming out across different price brackets including the budget segment. We recently covered the list of phones priced under Rs 15,000. But if you can stretch your budget a bit, then you can get a lot more devices to pick and choose from. Let's check them out. 1. Redmi K20 © Xiaomi The Redmi K20 is one of the best Xiaomi phones of 2019 and it's a flagship-grade device that's powered by Snapdragon 730 SoC inside. It's also one of the best-looking phones that Xiaomi has ever released, as it comes with a flaming gradient finish and a bezel-less edge-to-edge display. It also sports a pop-up selfie camera and the triple camera setup at the back can take some stunning shots. 2. Realme XT © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP Realme XT is the first smartphone to ship with a 64MP camera sensor in India. It shares the same design as the Realme 5 Pro and the Realme X, but this one has a glass body, which makes it look much more premium. It's powered by Snapdragon 710 SoC and comes in three RAM and storage variants. It's also capable of taking some stunning photos and has a 4,000 mAh battery. You can read our full review of the phone right here. 3. Vivo Z1x © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP The Vivo Z1x is a slightly upgraded version of the Vivo Z1 Pro as the new phone comes with more or less the same specs with just the addition of a 48MP sensor. That said, it's still a great phone. It's a solid device with a good display, great cameras, and some powerful internals. You can read our first impressions of the phone right here. 4. Poco F1 © Akshay Bhalla/ MensXP Poco F1 is one of those devices that managed to remain in the spotlight for an entire year and still going strong. We don't know if Xiaomi is planning to release Poco F2, but the first-generation device is still a great option if you're on a tight budget. For Rs 15,999, you can get the 128GB version of Poco F1, which is quite awesome if you think about it. It's got great specs, good cameras and a whole lot more. Read our review here to find out more. View the full article
  6. Smartphones that are priced under Rs 15,000 are probably the ones that sell the most in India mainly because they're very accessible. And over the years, budget phones have gotten a lot better and things are looking very good when it comes to some of the upcoming phones too. Well, if you are in the market to buy a new smartphone under Rs 15,000 right now, then we think these are the ones worth considering- Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro © Xiaomi Xiaomi recently launched the new Redmi Note 8 Pro in India and it starts at just Rs 14,999, making it one of the best phones to buy in this list. It packs a lot of power and features that are usually not found in other phones in this price bracket. The Redmi Note 8 Pro looks good, has a quad-camera setup with a 64MP sensor, a large battery and more. It also sports a good display and packs powerful internals. We think this is one of the best phones you can buy at this price point and you can read our impressions of the phone right here. Realme 5 Pro © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP Realme also has a huge lineup of phones that are priced well under Rs 20,000. But if you can only spend Rs 15,000, then we think the Realme 5 Pro is the one to get. It packs a powerful Snapdragon 712 processor and a quad-camera setup with a 48MP sensor. It also has a beautiful design and comes with a 4,035 mAh battery. You can read our full review of the Realme 5 Pro right here. Xiaomi Mi A3 © Karthik Iyer/ MensXP Xiaomi's Mi A3 is the only good phone you can buy under Rs 15,000 which comes with stock Android. It has a beautiful design and packs a good set of internals, making it a complete package in this price range. It also sports a 48MP sensor at the back and comes with a 4,030 mAh battery with support for fast charging. You can check out our full review of the phone here. Samsung Galaxy A50 © YouTube/ Hardwarecannucks The Samsung Galaxy A50 is also a really good option when it comes to phones under Rs 15,000. It offers some premium features in this price range like a really good 6.4-inch Super AMOLED panel, an in-display fingerprint scanner, a triple-camera setup, etc. The Exynos 9610 processor powering the phone is also powerful enough to push through even the most resource-intensive tasks. Overall, it's a great phone and totally worth buying in this price range. View the full article
  7. Listen up people, here's your feel-good story of the day. A regular visitor of a cloth shop in Andhra Pradesh is a cow. Yep, a cow! In order to escape the hot weather, a stray cow started coming to Sairam Showroom, a shop in Mydukur in the Kadapa district of the state about six months ago, and well, now it has become a daily thing. © Twitter Months ago, the cow came and chose the place for itself, much to the owner and the shop's customers dismay. The first day, they tried to shoo it away out of the shop, but their efforts were unsuccessful. Unbothered, the cow came and sat for about two to three hours before getting up and leaving. And thus, a tradition(?) was born. Talking to Deccan Herald, the shop owner said, "It comes every day and sits under the fan. But if we shut off the fan, it simply walks away. It has never troubled any customer, urinated or soiled the white mattress that covers the floor. It relieves itself only after leaving the store." What a well-behaved cow, I'm truly impressed! There is a shop named saibaba cloth Store in Mydukur town in Kadapa district of Andhra Pradesh. For the last 6-7 months a cow regularly enters into this shop, sits for 2-3 hours under the fan and goes out without causing any nuisence to the shop or customers. ðð@rvaidya2000 pic.twitter.com/DxjNMshKRT — Adarsh Hegde (@adarshhgd) November 5, 2019 The best part is that it has become a selling point for the shop. People started coming in asking for the 'cow shop' and ever since the cow has come into his shop and life, his sales have gone up. People are obviously very impressed with the owner for being so kind. Should appreciate the owner who is allowing it! Great! — V Gopalan (@TheGopalan) November 6, 2019 For sure. The owner is a blessed manð — Vikram.Rauð®ð³ (@vikramr455) November 6, 2019 #blessed Wow..so adorably she sits in this shop. Kudos to the owner who knows how to respect our Gomata. Maybe n his family be blessed. A lesson for us all. — Soumya (@Soumya51747008) November 6, 2019 Heartwarming, indeed. This is so heart warming, so pleasing. Cow's presence is so pure .. — Kamal sharma (@kamalgsk2002) November 6, 2019 View the full article
  8. Some of the best wireless headphones like the Sony WH-1000XM3 and the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 cost well upwards of Rs 20,000. But there are a lot of good options out there for which you don't necessarily have to break the bank. Buying the right pair, though, can be a little difficult with an overwhelming number of options, so we decided to make it easier for you by selecting a few good ones. These are the best Bluetooth headphones under Rs 10,000 which we think are worth buying - Sony WH-XB700 Wireless Extra Bass Headphones © Sony Sony is quite popular when it comes to audio equipment and it luckily offers an affordable alternative for its best products. If you're looking to buy a good pair of Bluetooth headphones from Sony, then we think the WH-XB700 is a great option. As the name suggests, this pair of headphones offer deep and punchy bass. It has a 30mm driver inside that's capable of giving out a clear and powerful sound. You can also use a companion app on Android and iOS to tweak the audio settings. Sony says these headphones also come with support for Alexa and Google Assistant voice assistants, and 30hrs of battery life on a single charge. Price: Rs 7,500 Marshall Major II Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones © YouTube/ Aaron is Loud and Wireless Marshall is a brand that needs no introduction when it comes to audio equipment as well. Marshall's products are usually on the expensive side, thanks to the premium quality, but the Marshall Major II wireless headphones fit in this price range and they're great. This pair of headphones has a 40mm dynamic driver and offers an excellent bass response, smooth mids and great highs. It also comes with an analog knob with which you can play, pause, shuffle and adjust the sound. You can also use a 3.5mm cord to use it in wired mode, but with 30 hours battery life, we doubt if you'll need it. Price: Rs 6,399 Sennheiser HD 4.40-BT Bluetooth Headphones © Sennheiser If you're looking to pick up a pair of Sennheiser headphones, then the Sennheiser HD 4.40-BT is a great option in this price range. It comes with Bluetooth 4.0 and aptX tech to deliver exceptional wireless sound quality. You can also use NFC to pair with devices, which is great. Sennheiser says these headphones will last for up to 25 hours on a single charge and you can also use the included cord to listen to music in wired mode. Price: Rs 7,000 Skullcandy Crusher Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphones © YouTube/ JimsReviewRoom Skullcandy has a lot of budget offerings and we think the Skullcandy Crusher headphones are amongst the best in this price range. This pair of headphones use a 40mm driver for a great audio output and they also have passive noise cancellation to further enhance the audio quality. Skullcandy says these headphones can last for up to 40 hours on a single charge, which is quite impressive. Price: Rs 8,800 View the full article
  9. The smartphones industry is not the same any more as flagship devices are getting more expensive with each year while mid-range smartphones are charging flagship prices. However, there are still some smartphones that do not cost more than Rs 40,000 and still have some impressive hardware. Some of these smartphones are great for all the specifications they offer while some are great for specific purposes such as gaming. Here's a list of the best smartphones that cost less than Rs 40,000: 1. ASUS ROG Phone II © MensXP/Karthik Iyer When we heard the launch price of Rs 37,999 for the ASUS ROG Phone II, we were quite shocked like everybody else. It is one of the best gaming smartphones you can buy that also doubles up as a daily driver for many. It is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855+ chipset, offers up to 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. The marquee feature of the smartphone is its 120Hz refresh rate display that is future proof for competitive games like PUBG that will enable the feature in the near future. 2. OnePlus 7T © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The OnePlus 7T is one of the few smartphones in India that offer Android 10 out of the box and has flagship-level specifications for less than Rs 40,000. It has a 90Hz refresh rate display and is also powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855+ chipset. Apart from having great hardware, the display also has support for HDR content and has UFS 3.0 storage. In our review, we mentioned that this phone should have been the OnePlus 7 Pro in the first place and you can read more about it here. 3. Black Shark 2 © MensXP/Karthik Iyer This is the second gaming smartphone on this list that offers incredible specs for a reasonable price. It is powered by Snapdragon 855 chipset and the base variant comes with minimum 6GB of RAM. This gaming phone is lighter than the ROG Phone II and offers a pressure-sensitive display with very low latency. To know more about the phone, you can read our full review here. 4. Redmi K20 Pro © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla While POCO fans may not have gotten a new smartphone this year, Xiaomi did launch a smartphone to compete with OnePlus phones. It is considerably affordable, keeping the hardware in mind and it is nearly identical to the OnePlus 7. It comes with a pop-up selfie camera, good gaming performance and a better camera than OnePlus 7 Series phones. The 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage variant costs only Rs 30,999 and is probably the best smartphone deal of the year. Read our review here to know everything about the phone in detail. 5. Google Pixel 3A © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The Pixel 3A is the more affordable cousin of the Pixel 3 and comes with mid-range hardware. However, the smartphone shines for two major reasons, awesome software and an incredible camera. It is one of the best camera smartphones you can buy right now and you also get to experience Android 10 on the smartphone. If you love to take pictures and want a smartphone that does not cost a kidney, you can read our review here to know why it is worth your money. 6. OnePlus 7 © MensXP/Karthik Iyer OnePlus may have launched the 7T series last month but the OnePlus 7 is still an incredible smartphone that offers great performance and experience. It comes with great hardware, an attractive price and excellent value for Android users looking to upgrade. OnePlus 7 may not have all the bells and whistles of the OnePlus 7 Pro, but it is still a great phone you can consider. 7. Nubia Red Magic 3 © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla This is the third and final gaming phone on our list that also deserves as much attention as others. It comes with a 6.65-inch 90Hz refresh rate display with HDR support, 8GB RAM, 5,000 mAh battery and costs only Rs 35,999. If you really don't care about taking good pictures and just care about good gaming performance, Nubia Red Magic 3 is an excellent option. View the full article
  10. Possibly the best thing about PC Gaming (other than the graphics, controls, support, community, etc.) is just how frugal it is to buy games online. Steam, in particular, has a long-standing reputation for fantastic discounts for gamers. Memes about the owner company Valve's CEO, Gabe Newell, are littered across the pages of the internet. This week's sale happens to be on the occasion of Halloween - with the spooky holiday punctuated by several fantastic deals and Diwali bonuses sitting in our wallets, we've got you a wishlist that covers several genres and offers some truly hidden gems. Witcher 3, GOTY Edition Rs. 299 Yeah, there's no surprises here. I myself have bought this game twice - the box set map hung proudly on my wall for years, and I've played through the entire campaign more times than I ought to admit. Criminally cheap, infinitely replayable and quite possibly the best game of the 2010s - if you don't own this, you need to now. Yakuza 0 - Rs. 226 Slick, stylish and surprisingly emotional, this incredible tale of two Japanese gangsters looking to make it big in Tokyo and Osaka is an easy pick if you're into action titles that go over-the-top while still retaining a powerful, moving story arc, all set under the neon lights and bloodstained alleyways of 80's urban Japan. A Hat In Time Rs. 364 If you've been a gamer since the early 2000s, you might remember a genre that isn't so loved in today's battle-royale, shooter landscape - the action platformer. Gears for Breakfast has crafted an incredibly cute love letter to the genre in A Hat In Time. If you've enjoyed series such as the Super Mario franchise and other classics, you'll sink several hours into this absolutely delightful game. Dead Cells - Rs. 503 The 'roguelike' is a unique genre of video game designed to do two things - provide you with absolutely frustrating challenges that might result in you tossing your keyboard out the nearest window, while simultaneously getting you hooked onto said challenges like a button-mashing junkie. Great combat, absolutely beautiful pixel-art visuals and a superb, passionate team of developers. Grab this one ASAP. (Yeah, we know it costs above 500. Get over it.) Slime Rancher - Rs. 282 Sometimes, you don't want to slay monsters, trash-talk on multiplayer or deal with soul-crushing difficulty levels. Sometimes, you just want to sit back, relax and harvest some slimes. This cute little farming sim takes us to a world 1,000 light years from Earth, where a plucky young rancher begins to set up her own ranch. If only I could do something like that IRL. The Forest - Rs. 317 First of all, this is a game created by a team of four people - let that sink in. Atmospheric, immersive graphics, a terrifying, gorgeous environment, a captivating story and the ability to survive amongst creepy cannibals with upto 8 players on a single server. It's dark, atmospheric, challenging and soon, you'll be either conquering the wild, or hallucinating in the middle of a cannibal-inhabited jungle cave. Your call. With several more deals to grab, make sure to drop by the catalogue and browse for yourself too. View the full article
  11. 2019 has been a spectacular year for smartphones, especially the budget ones. Between just Xiaomi and Realme, we got more than 15 smartphones in the budget segment, which is absolutely incredible. But as a fan of the Redmi Note series since the Redmi Note 3, I was super excited about the release of the Redmi Note 8 series in India. It's safe to say that every new handset in the Redmi Note series has brought exciting updates while maintaining an affordable price tag. I mean, it's not called the "King Of Budget Phones" for no reason. But I was particularly interested to know what the Redmi Note 8 brought to the table since it hasn't been that long since the Redmi Note 7's launch. Anyway, I've been using the Redmi Note 8 as my primary phone since it was launched in India, and I think it's currently the best phone to buy if you're looking for one under Rs 10,000. Here's why I think so - Design & Build Quality © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer I've said this before and I'll say it again - design and build quality is no longer a tradeoff when it comes to budget phones. Xiaomi itself has a lot of budget phones that look just as good as some of the premium flagships out there, if not better. Well, the Redmi Note 8 is no exception. The Redmi Note 8's design isn't a radical improvement like the Redmi Note 8 Pro, but it still looks very elegant. I really love what Xiaomi is doing with the "Aura Design". I personally think that the "Moonlight White" is the best color, but I'd say the Neptune Blue which I got for review isn't too shabby either. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The quad-camera module makes it stand out, but I am not a huge fan of the camera bump itself. But I like the fact that Xiaomi hasn't skimped on things like the 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, IR blaster, etc. There's also a fingerprint scanner at the back, which is fast and reliable. Overall, I really dig the Redmi Note 8's design and build quality. It's a well-built phone that looks good and has pretty much everything that you'd want in a phone. Display © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The Redmi Note 8 has a 6.3-inch FUllHD+ panel on the front with a waterdrop notch on top. By now, I am used to having a notch on the top, so should you unless you're willing to put up with mechanical parts of the pop-up selfie camera module. But I don't like the "Redmi" branding on the chin. The display itself is an IPS panel, which gets decently bright in direct sunlight. Of course, it's not as good as an OLED panel, but it's solid for the price. You also get the usual set of options to customize the display, and there are things like the blue light filter, etc. on MIUI. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer During my review, I watched a lot of shows on Netflix and YouTube and also did some gaming to see if I had any issues. But I am happy to report that it's a perfectly serviceable display, and you should have no issues with it whatsoever. Performance & Software The Redmi Note 8 is powered by the Snapdragon 665 SoC and it comes with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage. The storage, by the way, is expandable via a microSD card slot up to 512GB. Unlike the Redmi Note 8 Pro's Helio G90T, the Snapdragon 665 SoC is a tried and tested piece of hardware. It's also the one powering devices like the Realme 5 and Xiaomi's Mi A3, and I think the SoC with its 11nm architecture is solid for this price range. You'll have no issues using the Redmi Note 8 for basic tasks like web browsing, using social media, media consumption, etc. They all work flawlessly on this SoC, so no worries there. Gaming experience, however, is probably not the best we've seen so far. © MensXP Of course, you can run titles like PUBG Mobile, Call Of Duty Mobile, etc., but you may notice occasional lags and frame drops every now and then. If you're someone who likes to play a lot of games on phones, then you might want to pick up the Redmi Note 8 Pro. I mean, the "G" in Helio G90T stands for gaming, so you can't go wrong with that. On the software side of things, the Redmi Note 8 is currently running on MIUI 10 based on Android 9 Pie. It's kind of a bummer that these phones aren't running the new MIUI 11 out of the box, but that update is coming later this year, so there's nothing to worry about. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer As for the software, well, it's MIUI so there's a lot of room for improvement. There's nothing particularly wrong with the software, but I hate that I have to clear a bunch of pre-installed apps on a new phone. Also, the ads that keep showing up every now and then. If you're coming from a Xiaomi phone, then you know what to expect. Camera With the Redmi Note 8, Xiaomi now has a phone with quad-cameras for under Rs 10,000. The Redmi Note 8's setup includes a 48MP primary sensor with an f/1,79 aperture, an 8MP Ultra wide-angle camera, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front, the Redmi Note 8 sports a 13MP selfie shooter. Xiaomi's camera app has also improved a lot and it now offers a lot of features. There's a dedicated night mode for taking pictures in low-light, and the phone also lets you record macro videos, which is quite impressive. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The images taken during the day time with good lighting have lots of detail and I like how the ISP tries to maintain the original colours in the scene. The exposure seems to be on point with great textures. I also took a ton of low-light pictures at night with the Redmi Note 8 and found its 'Night Mode' to be really impressive. A few macro shots that I managed to capture also turned out much better than I expected. Again, there's still some room for improvement, but I like the cameras on the Redmi Note 8. Here are some camera samples - Battery Life The Redmi Note 8 packs a 4,000mAh battery with support for 18W fast charging. In fact, Xiaomi is being super generous by adding the 18W fast-charger inside the box. I think that's really cool, and there's something to learn for every manufacturer. It's the little things like this that make the phone worth recommending. On a single charge, I was getting about 5 to 6 hours of screen on time, which is not bad at all. I consider myself a heavy user, and I go hard when I am reviewing a phone with max brightness and all that stuff. With that, I'd say we have a winner here. © MensXP/ Karthik Iyer The Final Say The Redmi Note 8 starts at Rs 9,999 in India, which if you ask me is incredibly good. In fact, I think the Redmi Note 8 is currently the best phone under Rs 10,000 and that says a lot about it considering the fact that we got some really good budget phones this year. The real competition is coming from none other than Realme in the form of the Realme 5. But all things considered, the Redmi Note 8 seems like a more well-rounded phone and things like 18W fast-charger inside the box makes it an even better deal. You should totally check out the Redmi Note 8 Pro if you can stretch the budget, but the Redmi Note 8 is the real budget king!
  12. After his first short movie Mehsoos won the Silver Film of the Year award at Asia's largest filmmaking challenge, India Film Project 2019, Chand Mohammad spoke to MensXP about the film and shared some tips on short filmmaking. Chand has also edited and written the movie along with writer Saad Khan. The movie features Deepak Kalra in the lead role. © Instagram/Chand Mohammad Mehsoos shows us how even when you are at your lowest point, your loved ones will be by your side. “I was brainstorming ideas with my writer when he suggested to me the idea of Mehsoos which was about a person who wanted to travel and wander freely but couldn't because of his paralytic condition," explains Mohammad on how the idea struck him. But before we get into the nuances of making the film, here are 10 tips he had for all you aspiring filmmakers: 1 Keep a few ideas handy and ready which you know might just be perfect to shoot in the time frame you have. 2. Brainstorm for at least a couple of hours with your team because writing a fresh concept is the most important part of the film. 3. Write a story - be clear about what you want from your actors and what kind of location you're going to use. And have the script ready the next morning. 4. Share your script with your music director so that he/she can start working on it and in the meanwhile, you can start with shooting your movie as the whole packaging is pretty important. 5. Share your concept for visualization with your DOP and the actors as well. 6. Start shooting first thing in the morning. Try to complete your shoot as soon as possible. 7. Don't shoot in a hurry as it will affect your end product. Ensure that your filming is restricted to under 30 hours, so that you have the necessary time to edit perfectly. 8. Before editing, take a quick nap of around four hours to calm your head. If you're both the director and editor, you know what you're going to make, but if someone else is editing your film make sure the person is crystal clear about your vision or it will take time. 9. Try to complete the first cut as soon as possible and make sure the background score fits perfectly. If there are any changes, try to incorporate them in the first cut itself. 10. Make the graphics simultaneously while editing. The flow of the film is very important and you don't want your audience to skip anything at any time. So make sure your short film is intriguing enough to watch. © Instagram/Chand Mohammad Coming back to the filmmaker, Chand belongs to the small town Shahpur in Muzaffarnagar (UP). He started his career as a video editor and cinematographer in Delhi, before moving to Mumbai to work as a video producer and eventually a creative video producer. © Instagram/Chand Mohammad We all know how making a film is no cakewalk and elaborating on his challenges, Chand says, "I think keeping everyone on the same page on every process of the film was the biggest challenge because, on sets, everyone was confused about the idea as we were not shooting in a particular order." But he stuck with his conviction, "I was the only who knew what we were making because writing to editing a film in a small time frame is very difficult. But, I am glad everything worked out.” In case you're wondering where to catch his short film, here's a link to it:
  13. We have often heard people say that World War III will be fought over access to drinking water, and as the days go by, it seems more and more likely that this prediction will come true. Sooner or later, people across the world will be fighting over every glass of drinking water if the situation is not brought under control at the earliest. However, it seems a Rajasthan village is already facing the wrath of nature wherein owing to extreme weather conditions, the residents of Parasampura village have started keeping their limited supply of drinking water under lock and key. © ANI The news came to light after an ANI report shared how the villagers have come up with a bizarre solution of keeping their water containers locked to prevent theft of drinking water. At a place where even water tankers visit only once in ten days, the villagers have no option but to ration their drinking water and guard it with their lives. A resident even compared the blessing of having clean drinking water to be as valuable as gold and silver. Bhilwara: Residents of Parasrampura village in Hurda collect water in a drum & keep it locked to prevent stealing of water; say, "water tankers comes on a gap of 10 days. Water has become more precious to us than gold & silver, so we keep it locked." #Rajasthan pic.twitter.com/H2ZuckZib8 — ANI (@ANI) June 3, 2019 Yesterday, Rajasthan recorded astonishingly high temperatures with the mercury touching 50-degrees-Celsius in certain areas. We suppose it's high time we acknowledge our privileges, do our bit to save water and stay clear of exploiting natural resources before it's too late.
  14. Arguably one of the biggest names in football, Neymar boasts of unparalleled skills and impeccable vision on the field to carve his own niche in the sport. In the era majorly dominated by the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, it's safe to say that Neymar, in his own unique way, has established himself as a high-impact player in football. The 27-year-old has been the key for Brazil in recent times and his success at Barcelona and, now, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) highlights how crucial Neymar has been for the teams he has represented over the years. But, despite all his prowess and success on the pitch, the recent few weeks has been devastating for the Brazilian forward. If his run-in with injuries frustrated his fans, Neymar's knack for finding himself in trouble has further tarnished his reputation. Last month, he was seen punching a PSG fan in the face in a video that went viral on the social media. He was, subsequently, handed a three-match ban by the French football authorities, which further saw him getting stripped of his captaincy with Brazil ahead of Copa America. © Reuters To make matters worse, Neymar, on Friday, was accused of sexual assault by a young Brazilian woman who alleged that the PSG forward had her at a Paris hotel after they met on social media. The woman filed a complaint against Neymar on 31st May at a Sao Paulo police station, alleging that the rape occurred in Paris last month. In her complaint, the woman, whose identity has not been revealed, revealed that she got in touch with the Brazilian footballer on social media and they began to exchange messages. She claimed that Neymar invited her to Paris and that one of his associates arranged airplane tickets and a place for her to stay. The woman said that she arrived in Paris on 15th May and stayed at the Sofitel Paris Arc Du Tromphe hotel. As per the complaint, Neymar came to meet the woman at around 8pm in an apparently intoxicated state. "They began to talk and caress one another, however at a certain point, Neymar became aggressive and, through violence, had sexual relations against the victim's will," the complaint published by UOL and GloboEsporte claimed. © Instagram/@neymarjr If the inquiry against the rape allegations wasn't enough, the fact that the police in Rio de Janeiro have opened an investigation to probe Neymar for sharing the intimate photos of the same woman on his widely-followed Instagram handle. According to media reports, the Cybercrimes Department, on 2nd June, furnished a statement, claiming that they'll look into the "alleged posting of a video by Neymar" on Instagram. Among the materials released were the messages Neymar exchanged with the alleged victim between March and May, including her intimate photos. © Reuters According to the Brazilian legal system, a person can attract a prison sentence for one to five years if found guilty of offering, sharing, selling, distributing or publishing images and/or videos with sexual content without the consent of the victim. In such offences, the prison sentence can also be increased if the crime is motivated by revenge or humiliation after a sexual relationship. While the investigation is underway and it's a tad too early to jump to conclusions, the recent developments surely add to the troubles of Neymar. And, for someone who is often looked upon as a role model for the youth, the rape case is bound to affect the public image and morale of Neymar who'll be seen in action, donning the Brazilian jersey, at Copa America which is slated to begin from 15th June.
  15. 2019 has been an amazing year for gaming. Lots of games have already come out, and there are a lot more launches lined up throughout the year. So if you don't have a gaming PC or if you've been planning to build one, then now is the time to do that. We already have a guide to help you build a budget gaming PC build under Rs. 50,000. But if you have some more room to stretch your budget, then here's a quick guide to help you pick the right parts for a gaming PC build under Rs 90,000. 1) Processor: Intel i5-8600K - Rs. 21,000 © Intel For this particular build, we went with the Intel 8th Gen i5 8600K Coffee Lake processor. It's a hexacore processor with a base frequency of 2.8Ghz and can top out at 4.3Ghz boost on all cores. Six cores are all you need for gaming, so it can't get better than this. You can also go with the Intel Core i5-8400, however, you'll be dealing with a slightly slower clock speed with that CPU. 2) Motherboard: MSI Z370 Krait - Rs. 11,400 © MSI MSI is a popular brand when it comes to motherboards. They have an impressive lineup and we'll be going with the MSI Z370 Krait for this particular list. This particular board supports dual graphics card configuration with reinforced PCIe slots. You can also fit an M.2 SSD if your budget allows for it. BTW, this motherboard also comes with RGB lighting. 3) RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16GB 2,400Mhz - Rs. 6,400 © Corsair Considering the fact that you should at least have 8GB of RAM in your system, it's safe to avoid the bottleneck and go with 16GB of RAM. For this build, we'll be going with the Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 2400Mhz memory kit. With this, you'll get two 8GB sticks, and they'll be working in dual channel on our motherboard, so you'll get superior performance. 4) SSD: HP 240GB - Rs. 2,800 © HP You'll definitely be needing an SSD to make sure your PC boot up time and other software loading times are less. Depending on your budget, you can go with either 240GB or 512GB SSD. We'll just be using a 240GB SSD to make sure our components are well within our budget. 5) HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB - Rs. 4,795 © Seagate Obviously, 240GB storage is not going to be enough for a gaming PC. So, you'll have to spend a bit on an HDD. Seagate's HDD's have been our preferred choice for a long time, so we suggest you grab this Seagate Barracuda 2TB HDD for your PC as well. 6) GPU: Zotac GeForce RTX 2060 - Rs. 32,000 © Zotac Alright, so the GPU. Nvidia's new RTX series of GPUs have been flying off the shelves, and that's what we're going with for this build. You can pick up an RTX 2060 GPU for this build, and you can get some solid performance. Games run very smooth on the RTX 2060 card, and you'll easily get frames above 60FPS on most AAA titles. 7) PSU - Corsair VS550 550-Watt - Rs. 3,500 © Corsair Corsair's VS550 is the best PSU you can pick up for under Rs. 4,000. It packs enough power to run all your components and leave enough headroom for future upgrades too. It's vastly compatible and a very reliable PSU. 8) Cabinet - Cooler Master MasterBox MB520 Case - Rs. 7,000 © Cooler Master Since we're dealing with a fairly powerful PC build here, you might want to pick up a cabinet that can show off all the components. Use this case, add some RGB lighting, and you've got yourself a cabinet which you'll love to show off online. If you are up for that, then we suggest you pick up the Cooler Master MasterBox MB520 cabinet. Well, that wraps up the list of components you can pick up for your gaming PC build. We hope you manage to find all these parts in stock online. If not, you might want to check with your local retailer offline. You might even end up grabbing some of them at a relatively cheaper price.
  16. Gaming laptops have gotten a lot better over time. Some of the laptops like the Alienware Area 51m are so powerful, that you can even replace your desktop with them and get stellar performance. But you don't always have to spend a fortune to get a decent gaming laptop. There are a ton of options out there and here are some good ones that are worth checking out: 1) MSI GL63 8RC © YouTube MSI has been making gaming laptops for a long time and they have a lot of options ranging from budget notebooks to really expensive devices. The MSI GL63 8RC, which we have here in this list, falls under the budget category. It's priced at Rs. 55,990, and it's a really good option for those who're looking to dip their toes in gaming. This particular variant of the MSI GL63 8RC is powered by Intel's Core i5 8th-gen CPU and it's coupled with 8GB of RAM. It sports a 15.6-inch FHD TN panel on the front, which is one of the best panels out there. This base variant of the laptop boasts a GTX 1050 Ti, which should be good enough to play even some of the modern AAA titles at medium to high settings. Price: Rs. 55,990 2) Acer Nitro 5 © YouTube Acer's Nitro series is very popular among budget PC gamers, as it offers a decent rig at a reasonable price. Much like the MSI GL series laptop, the Acer Nitro 5 is also powered by an 8th gen Intel Core i5 coupled with 8GB of RAM. It also boasts a GTX 1050Ti GPU, which is a great entry-level GPU. The Acer Nitro 5 also sports a 15.6-inch IPS anti-glare display, which is just about what you can expect from an entry-level laptop. If you can stretch your budget a little, then you can also check out the Acer Predator Helios 300. It's a little more expensive, but it's said to have better thermal management. Price: Rs. 55,990 3) ASUS TUF Ryzen 5 © YouTube ASUS, much like MSI, is known for making some really good gaming laptops. Their new TUF series of gaming laptops are just perfect for gamers who are on a budget. This particular variant which we have here is powered by an AMD Ryzen CPU. The ASUS TUF Ryzen 5, as the name suggests, is powered by a quad-core Ryzen 5-3550H CPU clocked at 3.7Ghz. It has 8GB of RAM and features a Radeon RX 560X GPU to power through your games. This is also the only laptop in the list that sports a 17.3-inch 60Hz IPS panel. So if you are looking for a bigger laptop, then the ASUS TUF powered by the Ryzen is worth checking out. It costs just a little over our set budget of Rs. 60,000. Price: Rs. 60,890 4) HP Pavilion 15 © HP This one, in particular, doesn't have a gaming DNA, at least when it comes to the looks, but it still packs enough power to run modern games at decent graphics settings. It sports a 15.6-inch FHD anti-glare display and it boasts a GTX 1050 GPU. It's an entry-level GPU with 4GB VRAM, but it can still handle most modern AAA titles at decent settings. It is powered by an 8th Gen Intel Core i5 processor and it packs 8GB of RAM and 1TB HDD. The fact the HP Pavilion 15 Core doesn't have flashy RGB and an obnoxious design makes it a very compelling option for most people. Price: Rs. 59, 990
  17. Well, we're pretty sure you're sick of all the unfortunate news surrounding PUBG Mobile during the course of the last few months. From people getting arrested to some of them even losing their lives, we've literally seen it all. As it turns out, even Tencent Games (developer of PUBG Mobile) is tired of all that bad press and has introduced a new feature to curb gaming addiction. Yes, the developers have introduced a new feature called 'Gameplay Management' that seeks to restrict how much young users are allowed to play the game. © PUBG With this new feature in place, the players who mark themselves as under 18 will receive an advisory when they start the game saying “those under 18 should avoid over-engaging”. In addition to that, the game will also send pop-up alerts at intervals telling them to put down their phones and take a break. Much needed, isn't it? In an official statement, Tencent Games manager Vincent Wang said, “Our team wants to ensure our community is equipped to make informed choices when it comes to 'PUBG Mobile. It's our proactive step in ensuring that hundreds of millions of players worldwide can continue to enjoy 'PUBG Mobile' in a sustainable manner." This new 'Gameplay Management' feature has already been deployed in countries like Indonesia, India, Nepal, the UAE, Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt. We hope it arrives in other countries soon too. © PUBG We aren't seeing this feature for the first time, BTW. The Chinese version of PUBG Mobile already had a similar feature that restricted young players to spend too much time in the game. In fact, it's said that the Chinese government had even provided Tencent with limited access to the national citizen database so they can verify a particular person's age. Anyway, we really hope this new feature proves to be useful and the young players manage to take some time off the game.
  18. It's 2019, and gaming on a budget is actually not that hard in today's day and age. Pick your parts wisely, know exactly where to cut corners, and you'll end up with a budget gaming PC build that will do justice to many of the latest games. If you still think it's easier said than done, then continue reading to find out how you can build a great gaming PC under Rs 50,000: 1. Processor: Ryzen 5 2600 - Rs. 12,999 © YouTube For this particular build, we'll be using the Ryzen 2600 to give us the necessary computing power. There's no specific reason behind choosing AMD's Ryzen over Intel's Core processor. It's just that the Ryzen 2600 CPU is a very capable CPU, and it's also a really good option for people who are willing to overclock. The Ryzen 2600 is an ideal mid-range gaming CPU that offers six-cores that can operate at a peak clock speed of 3.9GHz. You can learn more about the CPU here, but in short, it's a great option for gamers and creators alike. BTW, it also comes with a CPU cooler, so you don't have to shell out more money on it. 2. GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 - Rs. 12,499 © Nvidia If it wasn't for Nvidia's great timing, then we'd have probably suggested fitting a GTX 1050Ti in this build. But luckily, the company just launched the new GeForce GTX 1650 GPU, and it's simply great for gamers on a budget. The GPU is capable of running almost all modern titles like 'Apex Legends', 'Fortnite', 'PUBG', etc. at 100 fps, which is really not that bad for a budget build. 3. Motherboard: ASRock B450 PRO4 - Rs. 8,450 © ASRock Picking the right motherboard is very crucial for the build. You need to make sure that the board is compatible and can handle the components that you're planning using. We went with the Asrock B450 PRO4 mainly because we're using a CPU for our build. The board has an AMD A4 socket, which is exactly what we need. The board also has 2 PCIe 3.0 x16, 4 PCIe 2.0 x1, and an of SATA3, M.2, and USB ports. It's a very capable board and perfect for our build. In case you're interested, you can learn more about it here. 4. RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 3000Mhz - Rs. 3,750 © Corsair The ASRock board, which we are using for this particular build, has 4 x DDR4 DIMM Slots. The maximum capacity of system memory supported by this board 64GB, and that's plenty for a build like this. 5. HDD: Western Digital WD10EZEX 1TB Internal Hard Drive - Rs. 2,975 © WD It's really hard to push an SSD for this build under the budget we're working with, so we just went with a WD Blue 1TB HDD. It's the go-to drive of choice that should get you started. You can always add an SSD in the future when you see fit. 6. Cabinet - Corsair Carbide Series 100R CC-9011075 - Rs. 3,099 © Corsair For case, the Corsair Carbide series 100R CC ATX should do the trick. As you can see, it looks simple and elegant, and it comes with all the bells and whistles that you'd need to keep your components up and running. It comes with five fan mounts to keep your PC cool, plus a 120mm fan is included inside the case itself. The case is fitted with Thumbscrew side panels, so you won't need any tools to handle it too. Also, the case has a flush-mounted side panel window, through which you can showcase all your PC components. Yes, we're not using any RGB lighting, but the case will certainly look pretty should you decide to upgrade the lighting later. 7. Power Supply: Corsair CX450 - Rs. 3,440 © Corsair Last, but not the least, we recommend the CX450 450W 80 Plus Power Supply. It can handle up to 450 watts, which is plenty of power for our configuration. Don't worry, we've also made sure that all our components are compatible with each other, so you won't end up blowing up something. Well, if you're keeping tabs on the cost, this PC with the aforementioned components will cost you just above Rs. 47,000. Of course, we haven't included other peripherals for the PC, but you can use that money to splurge on, say, a mouse or a nice pair of earphones. Lastly, we'd like to point out that the prices of these components keep fluctuating. So it's best to keep tabs on Amazon India or your local offline retailers to get the best prices.
  19. Ryan Belcher is a 29-year old Powerlifter who weighs 350 pounds from Michigan. He can squat an impressive 950 pounds and deadlift 800 pounds. View this post on Instagram Nothing impressive. Bent over rows with the Texas Sqaut bar!! Stiff af 415x8 Top set 435x8 A post shared by Ryan Belcher (@iam1him) on Mar 25, 2019 at 4:48pm PDT It was a normal day for Ryan at the gym when he heard a loud crash outside. He rushed out to see that a car had toppled and had pinned a man underneath, who was screaming for help. He saw that four other men were unsuccessfully attempting to move the vehicle and he thought to himself that there was never going to be a better time than that moment where he could use his strength to save a life. The Jeep vehicle weighed 2 tonnes and Ryan knew that he could move it enough to rescue the man. He jumped right in and moved the vehicle enough to remove the victim from underneath. The injured man was rushed to the hospital and was admitted with internal bleeding. The nurses said that had Ryan been not present there at that moment, the man would have not lived. Reacting to the whole scenario, Ryan gave a statement to the local news saying, "I knew if I could swing the vehicle in a certain direction I could free him from that pole. So I just stuck my arms in and I just, I don't know, I just grabbed it and lifted up and started pushing." View this post on Instagram 765, 865, fail at 900 @skinnyfattnstrong A post shared by Ryan Belcher (@iam1him) on Feb 13, 2019 at 2:27pm PST Ryan has been hailed as a superhero by the local news and community and rightly so. Author bio: Pratik Thakkar is the co-founder and director of GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company and the founder of Mars Nutrition, a nutrition supplement company. Both his companies are geared towards providing you with the right information and products without any false or fake claims. You can reach out to him at pratik@getsetgo.fitness and follow him on Instagram.
  20. When Forbes released this year's '30 under 30' list, there was only one actor in it, and no, he wasn't from Bollywood. Vijay Deverakonda, the latest heartthrob of Telugu cinema, won the prestigious accolade, and it definitely is a reminder of the fact that regional cinema is as impactful as Bollywood (if not more), and it's time we start bringing them to the forefront. The handsome actor, best known for his breakthrough movie 'Arjun Reddy', is as brilliant in terms of his style game, as he is when it comes to acting. Here are 10 images that establish our claim. 1. The moustache is bringing oodles of that glamorous old world charm, and so much more. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Feb 4, 2019 at 6:17am PST 2. If this right here is not layering goals, we don't know what is. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Nov 11, 2018 at 9:05pm PST 3. Who'd have thought of pairing a headband with a semi-formal jacket, unapologetically so? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Oct 19, 2018 at 12:38am PDT 4. Bold patterns on a pink shirt? Yes, please! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on May 25, 2018 at 7:56am PDT 5. A double breasted suit will always remain 'the boss outfit'. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on May 1, 2018 at 11:14pm PDT 6. Summer is here and all shades of pink are welcome. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Mar 7, 2018 at 4:57am PST 7. A textured jacket along with woolen scarves will always have you back for winter meetings. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Mar 13, 2018 at 8:40am PDT 8. White is always appropriate. View this post on Instagram The art of living. A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Sep 24, 2018 at 9:09am PDT 9. Patterned co-ord suits FTW! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Jul 3, 2018 at 7:32am PDT 10. Those glasses though. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Deverakonda (@thedeverakonda) on Nov 23, 2018 at 9:23pm PST
  21. Fast charging has grown to become one of the most popular smartphone features lately. OnePlus started off the whole fast-charging fad with its 'Dash Charge' (now called Warp Charge) technology. And now, Huawei has 40W SuperCharge and Oppo has 50W SuperVOOC. Now, it looks like Xiaomi is also looking to enter the race with an incredible 100W fast charging technology. Yesterday, the company gave us our first glimpse of its new charging tech dubbed “Super Charge Turbo”. There's still a lot that we don't know about this new charging tech, but Xiaomi's co-founder and President Lin Bin has shared a video of its new technology in action. And guess what? It's looks absolutely insane! Just check this out - As you can see in the video, Xiaomi's new technology can charge a 4,000 mAh battery from 0-percent to 50-percent in just 7 minutes. If you think that's insane, then wait till you hear that leaving the phone on charge for an extra 10 minutes can bring the charge up to 100-percent. So essentially, you can fully charge a smartphone with 4,000 mAh battery in just 17-minutes. In comparison, Oppo's 50W SuperVOOC charging technology is capable of charging a smaller 3,700 mAh battery only up to 65-percent in 17 minutes. Of course, it's still miles ahead of a lot of smartphones on the market, but Xiaomi's new tech is on an other level. © YouTube Well, that's all for now. A certain Xiaomi smartphone that's launching as early as tomorrow is said to support this incredibly fast charging tech, so we hope to learn more about it very soon.
  22. The #MeToo movement in India brought about a certain level of awareness and power, which was much needed in order to break the silence of the victims and declare to the world that silence is not a sign of weakness. Actress Tanushree Dutta led the fight when she accused Nana Patekar of harassing her during a movie shoot. While Bollywood stayed quiet for a long time, it eventually opened a can of worms after many celebrities were called out in the light of the movement. One such name which surprised and shocked everyone in equal measure was that of Alok Nath's. © Twitter He was accused of harassment by director-producer Vinta Nanda which the actor clearly denied. However, in a bizarre incident of irony being lost somewhere, as per the latest report, Alok Nath will be essaying the role of a judge in a movie titled '#MainBhi' which is about fighting against sexual harassment. Yeah, weird right? The movie is directed by Nasir Khan and in an interview, actor Khalid Siddiqui explained the concept. “The film deals with child molestation, a subject that hasn't been tapped on screen often, particularly with regard to boys. My character, along with the other, are affected by incidents that change our lives. We hope the film starts a debate on the subject.” When Alok Nath was contacted by Mirror, he said, “I'm not doing any films at the moment. This was something I shot for a while ago. Is there a problem? You sound sad that I'm doing a film. It's a puny role for poor producers, let it release.” © Twitter Well, looks like irony will get crushed under his gavel in the movie for sure.
  23. The internet surprises you with new posts every day and one such post took me by surprise today wherein two legends from their respective fields posed together and mentioned about “game planning for something big”. View this post on Instagram Talking shop, game planning the next great @_aamirkhan Aamir Khan transformation! Great respect for this man's dedication to his craft. He's a once in a generation type talent...and he's definitely a student of the iron game! #impressed #aamirkhan #transformationcoming #legend #trainlikeanathlete #teamathlean #athleanx #jeffcavaliere A post shared by ATHLEAN-X™ | Jeff Cavaliere (@athleanx) on Feb 18, 2019 at 5:31pm PST We are talking about Jeff Cavaliere aka Athlean X & Aamir Khan. Jeff Cavaliere is a world famous Fitness YouTuber with over 7 Million Subscribers on YouTube and is easily the best fitness YouTuber for nearly a decade. Jeff isn't merely famous, he is extremely knowledgeable as well. He has been a Physical Therapist and Strength Coach for Base Ball Team-New York Mets and coached several top-level athletes including Tom Glavine and Pedro Martinez, and perennial all-stars Carlos Delgado, Carlos Beltran, David Wright, Jose Reyes, and Billy Wagner. He is well known for his injury rehab and brutal ab training videos. Aamir Khan has been committed to the iron game since the year 2007. His physique in the movie 'Ghajini' and his very recent body transformation for the movie 'Dangal' got worldwide attention, where he went from 30% body fat to under 10% body fat in merely six months. © YouTube In a recent post shared by Jeff Cavaliere, these two gentlemen posed together and Jeff wrote “Game planning the next great Aamir Khan transformation”. This got us extremely curious to check out for which character Aamir Khan is going under a body transformation. According to leads Aamir is working on two projects: 'Mogul' which is a biopic on T-Series' founder Gulshan Kumar and the epic, 'Mahabharata'. Gulshan Kumar had a chubby body which Aamir Khan currently is. Hence most likely Aamir Khan is training under Jeff to get leaner and muscular to play the role of Krishna in 'Mahabharata'. For this role, we speculate Aamir will be less jacked than he was in 'Dangal' and carry a leaner physique, perhaps similar to an MMA fighter. View this post on Instagram Very real advice from the great @_aamirkhan as he prepares to make another transformation. Remember, goals and aspirations without a clear path to reaching them...will likely never become reality! Full video and training coming tomorrow to my YouTube channel... #goals #aamirkhan #onestepatatime #transformation #staytuned #teamathlean #jeffcavaliere #athleanx A post shared by ATHLEAN-X™ | Jeff Cavaliere (@athleanx) on Feb 20, 2019 at 8:02pm PST This collaboration will definitely benefit Jeff Cavaliere's YouTube channel with a subscriber boost of millions. But it will also help the Indian fitness community as many Indian fitness enthusiasts will get exposure to Jeff's training videos and get to see what real fitness science is. And hopefully, leave the expectation of building 6-pack abs in 1 week or increasing height in 1 month. Yash Sharma is a former national level Football player, now a Strength Coach, Nutritionist and Natural Bodybuilder. He also runs a YouTube Channel Yash Sharma Fitness via which he aims to educate all the fitness enthusiasts to maximize their gains by methods that are backed by science and applicable easily. Connect with him on YouTube, YashSharmaFitness@gmail.com, Facebook and Instagram.
  24. Don't make the mistake of thinking that shaving and splashing cold water on your face after is enough. Not using an aftershave means that you'll soon be facing skin tightness, irritation, breakouts, dryness and patchiness--all of which you want to steer clear from. So here is a specially curated list of aftershave products for a breezy shaving sesh the next time you decide to mow it all off. 1. Cinthol After Shave After Trim Balm In Cool Wave © nykaa Cinthol's alcohol free formula is soothing and moisturizes the skin deeply. It also delivers a boost of freshness with an icy cool menthol infused after shave balm. 2. Wild Stone Ultra Sensual After Shave Lotion © nykaa This after shave lotion has a unique formula with that give you a soothing feeling and calm your pores and leave you with an irresistible lingering fragrance throughout the day. 3. Mamaearth After Shave Lotion for Men © nykaa This after shave lotion leaves a cooling after effect leaving you feeling fresh. With green tea extracts, it is loaded with antioxidants that act as a powerful soothing agent. It also has witchhazel, an anti-inflammatory agent that soothes irritation and minor cuts which often result from shaving. 4. Axe Signature Denim After Shave Lotion © nykaa Axe Signature Denim After Shave Lotion is a calming lotion that helps finish a smooth shave with a formula that leaves your skin feeling soft and fresh. A spicy, rich, masculine cologne scent with bursts of citrus gives you a day long fresh feeling. 5. All Good Scents Urbane Nights After Shave Splash For Men © nykaa This aftershave has a fragrance of an accord of leather and spice/ Also, ingredients that are delicately infused like aloe vera extract and menthol, dab this on to soothe and invigorate the skin post shave. 6. The Man Company Jojoba & Mint Post Shave Lotion © nykaa This lotion has six essential oils for moisturizing, healing and conditioning your skin. It also helps in soothing post-shave skin irritation, heals cuts & burns generally caused by the razor and has a cooling effect. It also moisturizes the skin while maintaining the skin's oil balance, making it suitable even for oily skin. 7. The Shave Doctor Aftershave Cooling Gel © nykaa An aftershave gel that tackles issues like shaving rash, razor burn and cuts. With powerful ingredients like witchhazel, aloe vera and tea tree oil, this aftershave calms the irritation after shaving for up to 30 minutes after application. 8. Pink Woolf Oudh & Sandalwood Hempseed & Caffeine After Shave Lotion for Dry Skin © amazon This aftershave lotion has the best combination of natural ingredients that provide immediate relief after shaving. It effectively soothes irritation and eliminates razor burn. It is a soothing, non-alcoholic lotion that doesn't sting when you apply. 9. Bombay Shaving Company Post-Shave Balm © amazon This balm is alcohol-free, anti-irritant that cools and soothes skin on contact. It's also enriched with vitamin E and papaya extracts, it re-hydrates the skin and restores vital oils lost during shaving. aloe vera and lemon extracts reduces redness or sensitivity. It's signature fragrance lingers, leaving your senses pleasantly refreshed. 10. Biotique Bio Wild Grass A Soothing After Shave Gel For Men © amazon This after shave gel helps eliminate redness and puffiness after shaving. It also eliminates any uneven bumpiness present. The best part about this shaving gel is that it is a hundred percent natural and organic. 11. Nivea Men Sensitive Cooling After Shave Lotion © amazon This cooling aftershave lotion calms and soothes skin irritations after shaving and instantly refreshes the skin leaving a natural sheen to the face. It also alleviates skin redness and dryness. 12. Old Spice After Shave Lotion/ Splash Original © amazon This one refreshes the skin shaving with a moisturizing lotion and it also helps healing tiny razor cuts, nicks and burns.
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