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  1. Bollywood’s tryst with ‘desh bhakti’ is a concept which unanimously unites us all. War movies have a fan following of their own and tell gripping tales of our brave hearts and instil a sense of gratitude like nothing else. To pay a tribute to some of the real life heroes who were instrumental in fighting for their motherland, here are 5 upcoming movies based on them: 1. Shershaah One of the biggest and the most awaited movies of the year, this one tells the tale of ‘Shershaah’ Captain Vikram Batra who played a major role in leading India’s victory in the 1999 Kargil War and sacrificing himself for the love of his nation. The movie has Sidharth Malhotra in the lead role and Kiara Advani as the female lead. This one releases on 12th August. 2. Sam Bahadur One of the most awaited movies for all Vicky Kaushal fans, this film will follow the story of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, who was the chief of Indian Army during the Indo-Pak war of 1971. “I had always heard stories about Sam Bahadur from my parents who hail from Punjab and have seen the 1971 war. But when I read the script I was completely blown away. He is a hero and patriot who is remembered and loved to this day. Capturing his spirit in the film is of the highest importance to me,” Vicky had mentioned in an interview. The movie is being helmed by Meghna Gulzar and a release date is yet to be announced. View this post on Instagram 3. Bhuj-The Pride Of India Another war movie set amidst the backdrop of the 1971 war, this film stars Ajay Devgn playing the role of IAF squadron leader Vikram Karnik who, along with the help of 300 women in nearby villages, rebuilt the Bhuj airstrip which was destroyed during the war. This was an instrumental move in helping India win the war. The movie is releasing on 13th August . 4. Major This bilingual movie will be a tribute to the life of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, who became a martyr during the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Actors Adivi Sesh and Sai Manjrekar will be seen as the leads and the movie is scheduled to be released this year. View this post on Instagram 5. Ekkeess This biopic on the life of Second lieutenant Arun Khetarpal will have Varun Dhawan in the lead role. The movie was announced by Sriram Raghavan, who is the man behind Andhadhun as well. This movie will showcase the life of second lieutenant Arun Khetarpal who was awarded the Param Vir Chakra posthumously after he sacrificed his life during the 1971 war. No release date has been announced yet. © Twitter War movies are not just great crowd pullers but also serve a bigger purpose of educating the people about key historical events. View the full article
  2. Kashmir Election 2021: Both Barrister Sultan Mehmood and Sardar Tanveer Ilyas have won their seats
  3. For most couples out there, the part where you have to reach out to your back pocket and pull out a pack of condoms to use is perhaps the most annoying moment of the entire act. A speed breaker in an otherwise well-paced and passionate make-out, a condom despite being of prime importance in keeping you safe from any future surprises is usually not as exciting as one may think. But what if I told you that there is a way to change that? © iStock What if using condoms isn’t as boring anymore? What if the condom you’re putting on has more to offer than just safety? We are talking about using flavoured condoms here, the kinds that might just help add some spice and obvious flavour to your *** life. You see, most people run under the impression that protection is only important during penetrative ***. Whereas the truth is, unprotected oral *** is just as dangerous, especially since it is enough to make you contract an STD. Which is why using condoms during oral *** is wise. © iStock And when those condoms are flavoured, you’re not just signing up your girl for something yummy, but also something new and exciting. Explore your sexual palette and introduce some fragrant and delicious with a condom that does more than just shield. Here are some of our top picks: 1. Mango View this post on Instagram This condom boasts the freshness and richness of mangoes, perfect for this season and the one you would be experiencing in the bedroom. This flavour is likely to make any woman not let that man-go anywhere! 2) Chocolate View this post on Instagram A taste which would melt in the mouth, leaving your woman wanting more, chocolate is perhaps the safest flavour to experiment with. The sweeter it is, the spicier things are to get under the sheets... 3. Banana View this post on Instagram Falling under unpopular opinion yet never failing, as the name suggests, this flavour will most definitely make your girl go bananas. All it would take is for you to peel and put it on, before your partner starts to feast on you! 4. Cocktail View this post on Instagram As flirtatious in taste, as the name suggests, the cock-tail flavoured condoms are a mix of strawberry and vanilla marks for the perfect fusion and foreplay. Don’t be surprised if you’d get high on this one, for this is like a party in the mouth! View the full article
  4. Prince Harry?s new memoir will ?reveal the true character? of royal ?consumed by his public image?
  5. AJK Election Commission says security arrangements for the elections have been finalised
  6. OnePlus was caught throttling the performance of its latest flagship phone i.e. the OnePlus 9 Series which resulted in the phone being removed from Geekbench for manipulating benchmark scores. The phones were removed as they did not show the true potential of the smartphone and only worked in performance mode in whitelisted apps. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Now, the company has admitted that it indeed throttled the performance of its phones and will be looking to fix the problem in a future update. OnePlus is now planning to add an option for users to turn off this optimised mode in OxygenOS. OnePlus To Disable Optimised Mode © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The company revealed in an interview with Android Police that the toggle for turning off the throttling mode will arrive in a future update. However, the catch here is that it won’t arrive as a part of an update for OxygenOS 11. This means that OnePlus users currently running OxygenOS 11 will have to wait for months to utilise their device’s full potential. This also extends to devices such as the OnePlus 9R, the Nord 2, Nord CE and other OnePlus phones that are running OxygenOS 11. OnePlus will be adding the ability to turn off optimised mode with OxygenOS 12 which means it will not include users who cannot upgrade to OxygenOS 12. Older OnePlus phones will probably still be throttled if they don’t get the OxygenOS 12 update. OnePlus has a spotty record of bringing new OS updates to its older smartphones where it is often severely delayed. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla “Since different chips perform differently and we want to make sure to get the best performance and efficiency out of each one, we’ve implemented performance optimisations to varying degrees on the OnePlus 9R and Nord 2,” OnePlus told Android Police. “However, given the clear feedback from users and media, our R&D team is currently working to add an option to let users turn on/ off this optimised mode and have better control over the performance of their phones. We’re targeting to have this solution ready with one of the first builds of OxygenOS 12”, OnePlus added. It will be interesting to see how OnePlus phones perform after turning off the optimised mode and whether it will have a drastic impact on the battery life. Having said that, it is clear that OnePlus will only add this feature once OxygenOS 12 is made available and it seems like we won’t be seeing a stable build until 2022. Source: Android Police View the full article
  7. Many have changed their lives and goals over the past year, thanks to the timeout that the pandemic had brought about. There are many more who have been trying to but are failing because they’ve been dependent on motivation to achieve their dreams. While motivation is of essence, it alone cannot help you in the long run. That’s where discipline comes in. Here are five reasons why discipline will take you farther than motivation in reaching your goals: Beats Procrastination We tend to live in a realm where we project all our goals and ambitions to tomorrow. Our expectations dictate internal motivation and feelings to drive us to our dreams, but in reality, being overly reliant on motivation will leave you unprepared for moments where procrastination kicks in. Being disciplined ensures you’re consistently moving towards your goals, whether you have the motivation for it or not. © iStock Motivation is FleetingThe very nature of motivation is like the wind - it’s always fleeting. And trying to depend on it to give us momentum will only come back to bite you, as there will be days where you won’t be motivated to even move. Discipline on the other hand is like water, capable of cutting through stone if done consistently. © iStock Habits Are Powerful Our brains need time to adapt to new changes that we make to our lifestyle. Such changes are difficult to stick to if we’re solely dependent on motivation, however discipline ensures that we’re building habits that serve us best. © iStock Willpower Will Fail Willpower gives us additional fuel in our tank to keep moving onwards. However, willpower is also the first to deplete when met with failures. It gets difficult to stick to your goals when you feel like you’ve nothing working for you. Discipline ensures such expectations are thrown out of the window, like we build our muscles in the gym. By sticking to our goals using disciplined tactics ensures we’re strengthening our willpower against failures as well. © iStock Just Show Up Whether it's a new skill you’re learning or polishing an already known trade, consistency is of utmost importance. Which is why turning up to your chosen task, day after day will repay you richer than actions driven by motivation. Another benefit of just showing up is that over time you’ll find yourself better motivated as a result. © iStock Gradually adding disciplined routines to your life can immensely help you in getting where you want to be. Luck plays a huge role if you’re determined to venture forward with motivation, however, a disciplined approach to life makes luck work in your favour. View the full article
  8. WhatsApp has started to roll out joinable group calls so that users can join group audio or video calls after it has been started. It essentially works similar to Zoom and Google Meet calls where users can join an ongoing call in case they missed it. © WhatsApp The update will also let users easily drop off and rejoin a group WhatsApp call as long it is still ongoing. Up until now, WhatsApp users were unable to join a group call if they missed it by mistake. The only way to join the call would be possible if participants in an active call would add members. The new feature is said to reduce the burden of answering a group call as it starts and bring the spontaneity and ease of in-person conversations to group calling on WhatsApp, the instant messaging app said in a blog post. How To Join Ongoing Group Calls on WhatsApp © WhatsApp Once a group call has been initiated, you will get the option to ‘Tap to Join’ in the call log on WhatsApp. You will also be able to see the prompt in the group chat. You will just need to hit the option to join the call to get talking to your friends. WhatsApp will also show an information screen that will show which users have not joined the call yet. You can also ignore other calls as the information screen now comes with an Ignore button. You can always join the call later from the ‘Calls’ tab if the call is still ongoing. WhatsApp has been testing joinable calls for beta testers on iOS and Android with the beta version. The company also reworked the UI to look similar to Apple’s FaceTime interface. WhatsApp has not said when exactly the joinable call feature will be available to everyone, however the update has started to roll out. You should soon see the feature on both iOS and Android as the update has now started rolling out. © Unsplash/dimitri-karastelev The instant messaging app released the group calling feature on WhatsApp in 2018 and has now reworked the feature to be at par with other digital calling platforms. Group calls have been on the rise ever since the COVID-19 pandemic started worldwide and it seems like WhatsApp has finally caught up with the likes of Zoom and Google Meet. View the full article
  9. When Meghan Markle entered the royal family, Camilla advised her on how to adjust accordingly
  10. With films like Pink, Manmarziyaan, Mulk, Thappad, and more, Taapsee Pannu has proved that if you have talent, nothing can stop you from making it big in an industry infamous for being biased towards outsiders. After working for more than a decade, Taapsee has added one more feather to her hat by announcing her own production house Outsiders Films. She is collaborating with Pranjal Khandhdiya for the venture, who has been working as a content creator and producer for 20 years. View this post on InstagramPeople were happy that she is finally doing it for all the outsiders like her, who struggle to find a mentor in the industry who can support them in the industry. Asked if her new production house would be a platform for outsiders in the film industry, Taapsee Pannu told Hindustan Times, "I never claimed that I will give work to outsiders. I did not say that. I said 'I need to give back to people who made me who I am today - the industry and audience.' I have always taken this tag of 'outsider' with pride. I genuinely feel the outsider’s view is better. I think I have been able to pull off the kind of films I did because I had a regular ‘outsider' life till now. I take that as a compliment." View this post on InstagramShe also added that she doesn’t want to be like those people who have been unfair in their approach and chose actors on the basis of their background and not their talent. She wants to give opportunities to actors who genuinely deserve it regardless of their background and connections. “If I start thinking that I will only give work to outsiders, then I will be like those people who give work only to star kids. I will be equally biased, and it won't be fair. I will allow someone who genuinely deserves the work, regardless of the background. I do not think that it is fair. Outsiders Films was not made to tackle nepotism. Then you become the other extreme,” added Taapsee. We somewhere echo her thoughts because it’s only sensible to give work to people who genuinely deserve it only based on their talent and passion for the art. She also released a statement wherein she shared that she always wanted to set up her production house since management comes naturally to her. She said, “The audience and the industry have given me a lot of support and love over the 11 years of my career. With Outsiders Films, I aim to give back to the industry and empower talent who are looking for a breakthrough and come with no background like me. Pranjal and I together look forward to opening doors for new and fresh talents, both in front and behind the camera.” View this post on InstagramWe are happy that she is trying to make a mark in the production space too and hope to see some good work as a result of this stint. View the full article
  11. If you've been a fan of the Harry Potter movies, you cannot deny the fact that studying at Hogwarts, the scenic and towering magical boarding school in the wizarding world, was at top of our wish list. © Warner Bros. © Warner Bros. Now, while nothing can really come close to beating that, let's just say that the life of a student studying in an Indian boarding school isn't all that bad. Talk about The Doon School in Dehradun, The Lawrence School, Sanawar near Shimla, or the Good Shepherd International School in Ooty, all of them are set in marvelous scenic locations that are expected to give a child an experience of a lifetime. © Doon School © Facebook/Good Shepherd International School While, of course, it can be tough to leave the comfort of one's home or the support from one's parents, however, boarding schools offer a shot at independence unlike any other, aside from a chance at making a really good bunch of friends for life. Like all things in India, Bollywood films do a more than decent job of showing us the life and times of a certain event, and we'll let it do the same for the life of a student at an Indian boarding school. 1. Rockford © Disney Plus Hotstar The Bollywood coming-of-age film was directed by National Award-winning director Nagesh Kukunoor, and boy did it do a great job of describing life in a boarding school. The movie tells the story through the lens of Rajesh Naidu, a 13-year-old boy who leaves home to study at the Rockford Boys' High School. While Rajesh is of course a tad bit sad and lonely at first, he soon makes some really good friends at the school. Together they try fighting off the school's big and bad bully, Raja, who clearly does not have much affinity towards Rajesh, who also ends up forging a deep friendship with his PT Instructor/mentor Johnny Matthew. Be it in terms of boarding school friendship, awkward high-school romances, or bullying, Rockford succeeds in displaying all the elements perfectly, making you want to enroll yourself in a boarding school. 2. Taare Zameen Par © Netflix Okay, we all cried when Ishaan (Darsheel Safary), an 8-year-old boy with dyslexia, was shipped off to boarding school and "Tujhe Sab Hai Pata Meri Maa" played in the background. Now, while the boarding school life was indeed very tough for him at the start, it is there that he meets Rajan, a physically disabled boy, who actually cares for him as a friend, regardless of him being good at academics or not. Most importantly, the boarding school becomes the place where Ishaan ends up meeting the very empathetic art teacher, Ram Shankar Nikumbh, who really tries to help Ishaan out of actual care and not just obligation. The movie may be more about a social message than the focus on a boarding school, however, the fact that the movie does explain how adversities become an opportunity to brew true friendships regardless of age , all in the backdrop of a boarding school scenario, cannot be ignored. After all, it is, after living in the boarding school, that Ishaan truly ends up getting closer to his mother and father. 3. Udaan © Netflix Well, we know what you're thinking. Udaan? Really? That movie was more about an abusive, alcoholic father (played by Ronit Roy) doing everything in his power to stop his older kid Rohan (Rajat Barmecha) from pursuing his dreams. The thing is, that the movie begins with Rohan living out his boarding school life, and it clearly paves way for the entire film. At the start, Rohan along with his close buddies is seen jumping the walls of their boarding school hostel to catch a late-night movie, only to be later caught and expelled. While hell awaits Rohan on his return home, the movie shows how his loving friends, that he had met in the boarding school, play a silent yet integral part in being a glimmer of hope that helps him come out of the darkness. In the end, one just feels that if that studying in a boarding school was what it took to make such long-lasting, genuine friendships, so be it. 4. Mohabbatein © Prime Video Okay! Let's admit it. No boarding school in India looks like the one in Mohabbatein. In fact, the Gurukul school in the movie is actually Longleat House, a stately home in the United Kingdom wala UK, not the Uttarakhand wala. Now, while the movie may have been a larger-than-life idea of a boarding school, it sure resonated with us. We loved it, and we will continue to do so because it had Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan in it, giving us a long, yet gripping story of how life can be at a boarding school. The movie perfectly highlighted how the camaraderie between school students develops when they are all thrown into a school far from home, where they are to do everything on their own while sharing the same bunk-beds. While some of it may be too Bollywoodish, but we sure loved how Mohabbatein showed us the challenges the trio of Uday Chopra, Jugal Hansraj, and Jimmy Shergill had to overcome while chasing their high-school crushes. We may love it or make fun of it, we sure cannot deny that we'd have liked studying in the Gurukul where Shah Rukh Khan was our music teacher/love doctor. View the full article
  12. PM Imran Khan will have to face a "huge loss" if there is rigging in AJK elections, Maryam Nawaz says
  13. According to constitution expert Iain MacMarthanne, the title has automatically gone to Charles
  14. Afghan Taliban reacts to Turkey's decision to deploy security personnel at the Kabul airport
  15. "Narrative that Imran Khan has built ? backed by the selectors ? has fallen flat on its face," says Maryam
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