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میں نے کہا وہ پیار کے رشتے نہیں رہے

میں نے کہا وہ پیار کے رشتے نہیں رہے کہنے لگی کہ تم بهی تو ویسے نہیں رہے۔۔ پُوچها کہاں گئے میرے یارانِ خوش خیال ؟ کہنے لگی کہ وہ بهی تمہارے نہیں رہے۔۔ گو آج تک دیا نہیں تم نے مجهے فریب پر یہ بهی سچ ہے تم کبهی میرے نہیں رہے۔۔ بولی کُریدتے ہو تم اُس ڈهیر کو جہاں بس راکه رہ گئی ہے شرارے نہیں رہے۔۔ پوچها تمہیں کبهی نہیں آیا میرا خیال ؟ کیا تم کو یاد یار پُرانے نہیں رہے ؟ کہنے لگی میں ڈهونڈتی تیرا پتہ مگر جن پر نشاں لگے تهے وہ نقشے نہیں رہے۔۔۔ تیرے بغیر شہرِ سُخن سنگ ہو گیا ہونٹوں پہ اب وہ ریشمی لہجے نہیں رہے۔۔ جن سے اُتر کے آتی دبے پاؤں تیری یاد خوابوں میں بهی وہ کاسنی زینے نہیں رہے۔۔ میں نے کہا جو ہو سکے کرنا ہمیں معاف تم جیسا چاہتی تهی ہم ایسے نہیں رہے۔۔ اب یہ تیری رضا ہے کہ جو چاہے سو کرے ورنہ کسی کے کیا کہ ہم اپنے نہیں رہے
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نگاہوں کے تصادم سے عجب تکرار کرتا ہے

نگاہوں کے تصادم سے عجب تکرار کرتا ہے یقین کامل نہیں لیکن گماں ہے پیار کرتا ہے لرز جاتی ہوں میں یہ سوچ کر کہیں کافر نہ ہو جائوں دل اس کی پوجا پہ بڑا اصرار کرتا ہے اسے معلوم ہے شاید میرا دل ہے نشانے پر لبوں سے کچھ نہیں کہتا نظر سے وار کرتا ہے میں اس سے پوچھتی ہوں خواب میں مجھ سے محبت ہے پھر آنکھیں کھول دیتی ہوں وہ جب اظہار کرتا ہے پروین شاکر
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وہ تم نہ تھے اک خیال تھا

وہ تم نہ تھے اک خیال تھا میری سوچ کا ہی کمال تھا وہ محبتیں وہ چاہتیں وہ الجھنوں کا ہے جال تھا میرے دل میں تھی جو رونقیں وہ تیرا ہی حسنِ جمال تھا جواب جس کا ملا نہیں وہ ایسا ہی اک سوال تھا وہ آج ملا تو یوں لگا یہی تو ہے وہ جس کا انتظار تھا اسے یاد کیسے نا کرے کوئی اُسے بھولنا تو مُحال تھا اب اس کی کیا میں مثال دوں وہ تو اپنی مثال آپ تھا
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کچهـ اس ادا سے آج وه پہلو نشیں رہے

کچهـ اس ادا سے آج وه پہلو نشیں رہے جب تک ہمارے پاس رہے، ہم نہیں رہے یا رب کسی کی راز محبت کی خیر ہو دست جنوں رہے نه رہے، آستیں رہے درد غــم فـــراق کے یه سخت مــرحلیں حیراں ہوں میں که پهر بهی تم اتنے حسیں رہے جا اور کوئی ضبط کی دنیا تلاش کر اے عشق ہم تو اب تیرے قابل نہیں رہے الله رے چشم یار کے موجز بیانیاں ہر ایک کا ہے گمان که مخاطب ہمیں رہے اس عشق کے تلافی مافات دیکهنا رونے کی حسرتیں ہیں جب آنسو نہیں رہے جگر مرادآبادی
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اس کائنات میں جانے کتنے راز پنہاں ہیں

اک کاوش احباب کی خدمت میں پیش ہے . اس کائنات میں جانے کتنے راز پنہاں ہیں دنیا کے سوا شاید اور بھی جہاں ہیں . ابھی تک سوچتے ہیں یہ کون سا عالم ہے گھپ اندھیروں میں جانے کھوئے کہاں ہیں . ابھی سانس باقی ہے مگر توبہ نہیں کرتے مالک کو ناراض کرتے ہیں سجدے ہم پہ گراں ہیں . دن زندگی کے جی رہے ہیں بھولے بھٹکے لوگ چپ چاپ بشر موت کی جانب رواں دواں ہیں . جوانی کی بہاروں پہ نہ مان کر زوہیب ڈھلتی ہے جوانی جب تو موسم خزاں ہیں . زوہیب ارشد
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bholta hi nahi...

ﻋﮩﺪ ﻭ ﭘﯿﻤﺎﻥ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﻋﺸﻖ ﭘﮩﭽﺎﻥ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﻭﮦ ﺑﮭﯽ ﺣﯿﺮﺍﻥ ﺗﮭﺎ ﺑﮭُﻼ ﮐﮯ ﮨﻤﯿﮟ ﺍﺗﻨﺎ ﺣﯿﺮﺍﻥ ۔۔۔ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﮔﮭﺎﺅ ﺩﻝ ﮐﺎ ﺗﻮ ﺑﮭﺮ ﮔﯿﺎ ﻟﯿﮑﻦ ﺗﺮﺍ ﺍﺣﺴﺎﻥ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﯾﺎﺩ ﺗﺠﮭﮑﻮ ﮐﯿﺎ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﮬﮯ ﻣﮕﺮ ﺗُﻮ ﻣﺮﯼ ﺟﺎﻥ ! ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﺍُﺱ ﮐﻮ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﯿﮟ ﺗﻮ ﮐﺴﻄﺮﺡ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﯿﮟ؟ ﻭﮦ ﮐﺴﯽ ﺁﻥ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﺗﻢ ﺗﻮ ﯾﺰﺩﺍﮞ ﮐﻮ ﺑﮭﻮﻝ ﺑﯿﭩﮭﮯ ﮨﻮ ﮨﻢ ﺳﮯ ﺍﻧﺴﺎﻥ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﺳﺎﺭﺍ ﻋﺎﻟﻢ ﮔﻨﻮﺍ ﺩﯾﺎ ﮬﮯ ﻣﮕﺮ ﺩﻝ ﮐﺎ ﻧﻘﺼﺎﻥ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﺑﮭﻮﻝ ﺟﺎﻧﺎ ﺗﮭﺎ ﮐﺲ ﻗﺪﺭ ﺁﺳﺎﻥ ﺍﺗﻨﺎ “ ﺁﺳﺎﻥ “ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ ﺁ ﮐﮯ ﻭﮦ ﺟﺎ ﭼُﮑﺎ ﮐﺒﮭﯽ ﮐﺎ ﺑﺘﻮﻝ ! ﺩﻝ ﮐﺎ ﻣﮩﻤﺎﻥ ﺑﮭﻮﻟﺘﺎ ﮨﯽ ﻧﮩﯿﮟ
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شاخِ مِژگانِ محبّت پہ سجا لے مجھ کو

شاخِ مِژگانِ محبّت پہ سجا لے مجھ کو برگِ آوارہ ہُوں، صرصر سے بچا لے مجھ کو رات بھر چاند کی ٹھنڈک میں سُلگتا ہے بدن کوئی تنہائی کے دَوزخ سے نکِالے مجھ کو مَیں تِری آنکھ سے ڈھلکا ہُوا اِک آنسو ہُوں تو اگر چاہے، بِکھرنے سے بچا لے مجھ کو شب غنیمت تھی ، کہ یہ زخم نظارہ تو نہ تھا ڈس گئے صُبحِ تمنّا کے اُجالے مجھ کو میں مُنقّش ہُوں تِری رُوح کی دِیواروں پر تو مِٹا سکتا نہیں بُھولنے والے مجھ کو تہہ بہ تہہ موج ِ طلب کھینچ رہی ہے، مُحسنؔ کوئی گرداب ِ تمنّا سے نِکالے مجھ کو محسن نقوی
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The Gig Week Is About To Start And This Is Whats Happening

The most exciting week for Delhi, The Gig Week, is just about to start in the city. It’s an absolutely amazing celebration of music with some of the best homegrown acts of the country and you should definitely not miss this one. Spread all over Delhi, the festival will take place at seven different venues on seven different dates and we have brought you the whole schedule as well as the line-up.  Day 1: 10th December 2016  Where: AntiSOCIAL, Hauz Khas Village © Facebook Skyharbor: an Indian/American progressive rock/metal band, consists of the current lineup of Eric Emery as the vocalist, Keshav Dhar and Devesh Dayal on guitars, Krishna Jhaveri on bass and Aditya Ashok as the drummer.  Kraken: a rock band from Delhi comprising of Vipul Verma, Shagun Trisal, Moses Koul, Reet Mukherjee, Rangarajan Venkatraman, and Reuben Das. Yatin Srivastava Project : a solo project of New Delhi based guitarist Yatin Srivastava, the band’s influences range from Classic Progressive Rock to Modern Metal. Buy Passes here. Day 2: 11th December 2016 Where: The Junction  © Facebook Sharvi: a musician from New Delhi, her music ranges from Soul, RnB, Blues,Jazz and Gospel. Mali: an independent folk and country singer/songwriter from Chennai. Josh Menon: a 17 year old pop singer-songwriter from Bangalore. Gabriel Daniel: an indie/alternative acoustic artist based in Bangalore. Buy Passes here.  Day 3: 13th December 2016 Where: The Piano Man Jazz Club © Facebook Aditya Balani: a multi-faceted New Delhi based singer-songwriter and music producer. Luiza e Pedro: Luiza Sales is a Brazilian singer-songwriter and is accompanied by Pedro Carneiro, a pianist, while performing. Revista Do Samba: a trio integrated by Letícia Coura, Beto Bianchi, and Vitor da Trindade. Buy Passes here. Day 4: 14th December 2016 Where: BandStand, Aurobindo Market © Facebook Spud In The Box: a six-piece Alternative Rock band from Mumbai consisting of Ankit Dayal, Rohan Rajadhyaksha, Hartej Sawhney, Siddharth Talwar, Zubin Bhathena, and Joshua Singh. The Family Cheese: a Mumbai based blues/progressive/rock band comprising of Yohan Marshall, Apurv Isaac, and Homi Rustumji. When Chai Met Toast: an upbeat acoustic band from Cochin consisting of Ashwin Gopakumar, Achyuth Jaigopal, Palee Francis, and Pai Sailesh. Buy Passes here. Day 5: 15th December 2016 Where: Lodi - The Garden Restaurant © Facebook The Ska Vengers: a live  eight-piece ska/punk/jazz band comprising of Delhi Sultanate, Begum X, Stefan "Flexi' Kaye, Tony Guinard, Chaz Bhalla, and 'The Late' Nikhil Vasudevan. The Fanculos: a ska/reggae/dub band from Mumbai consisting of JJ, Saurab Suman, Ryan Sadri, Vinay Lobo, and Ramon Ibrahim.  Mosko: an avant-garde duo from Delhi comprising of Kavya Trehan and Moses Koul. Buy Passes here. Day 6: 16th December 2016 Where: Summer House Cafe © Facebook Raja Kumari: an Indian American songwriter, rapper and recording artist from California. Diplomats of Sound: a fresh act comprising of Shawn Simpson and Tanktop Jimmy.  Prabh Deep: a Delhi based hip-hop artist. Buy Passes here.  Day 7: 17th December 2016  Where: The Ashok Advaita: a New Delhi based post fusion/psychedelic band comprising of Abhishek Mathur, Aman Singh, Anindo Bose, Chayan Adhikari, Gaurav Chintamani, Mohit Lal, Suhail Yusuf Khan, and Ujwal Nagar. aswekeepsearching: a modern post rock band from Ahmedabad consisting of Uddipan Sarmah, Shubham Gurung, Robert Alex, and Gautam Deb.  The Hansraj Projekt: a 'World Fusion' outfit based in New Delhi with a lineup of Madhur Chaudhury, Vaibhav Ahuja, Saptak Chattopadhyay, Shivash Chagti, Abhisekh Mittal, Anirudh Varma, Vinayak Pant. Buy Passes here.
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India andamp China Lost Nearly 1.6 Million People To Air Pollution In 2015 andamp It Isnt Looking Good This Year

If you were in Delhi around Diwali this year, you may be aware and might have suffered in the disastrous smog cloud that blanketed the capital for several days. No matter how much blame you put on firecrackers or the burning of crops, we were partly at fault for creating this situation that still hasn’t cleared completely. Guess what, in 2015, the situation wasn’t any better, as reportedly nearly 1.6 million people died of air pollution in India and China. The reason was cited to be fossil fuel, particularly coal.  © BCCL The report was issued by Greenpeace, “Air pollution due to continued use of fossil fuels, (coal in particular) in both countries has caused an additional 1.6 million deaths than the projected figure based on the GDP growth rate for the year 2015.” It was further added, “Air pollution generally reduces as a country’s GDP increases. But China and India have particularly bad air pollution despite recent economic growth.” Apparently, out of the 10 countries that have highest air pollution death rates, half of them were middle-income countries including India.   © Twitter What’s more, the report even claimed that the air pollution death rate was nearly four times greater in India as compared to other high-income countries. Now, this accomplishment where India is ahead of other countries is definitely something we shouldn’t be proud of at all. It’s rather an alarming situation which one should really think about. One should actually look at the Delhi pollution problem and try to help the environment on a personal level.  © YouTube In 2015, air pollution claimed 138 and 115 lives per 1,00,000 people in India and China. The report further mentioned that in India, air pollution death rates have not improved since 2010. According to Global Burden of Diseases (GBD), there were nearly 1.8 million deaths in India and 1.5 million in China; although the expected numbers based on GDP were calculated to be 1.2 million and 5,58,000 respectively.  Guys, it’s high time we took note from these reports and start working towards putting less pressure on our already polluted country. We wonder what this year’s reports will look like!  Source: NDTV
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Allahabad High Court Takes A Forward Step In Ruling Against Triple Talaq

“No Personal Law Board is above the Constitution,” said the Allahabad High Court in its latest ruling against the ‘triple talaq’ concept of Muslim law. In its ruling, the HC stated that the Triple Talaq was not just unconstitutional, but also unfair and unjust to Muslim women’s rights. The order that was passed by Justice Suneet Kumar was a result of a petition that had been filed by a woman whose husband had arbitrarily divorced her, according to TNN. He went on to say, “Personal Law cannot be above the Constitutional law.” After Haji Ali win, activists fight instant talaq https://t.co/UsXR3xqBZD via @TOIMumbai pic.twitter.com/1ymUGslzXg — Times of India (@timesofindia) December 2, 2016 While a majority of the nation is rejoicing at the passing of this rule, The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) isn’t happy with the ruling and plan to appeal against the judgment. “About the practice being unconstitutional, I just have to say that the practice is a part of Islamic law. The personal law is an integral part of Islam and the two cannot be seen in isolation,” said Maulana Khalid Rasheed Firangi Mahali, a member of the AIMPLB.
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These Exclusive Videos From Yuvraj Singhandamprsquos Wedding Are All You Need To Watch Today

Move over blurry images and glimpses of the star-studded wedding that was Yuvi’s and Hazel’s. We’ve got you crystal-clear footage of the happy couple dancing the night away with their celebrity friends at one of their wedding functions. Virat and Anushka dancing. You might have seen them dance before. But not this close, we’re sure! Yuvi and Virat friendship goals, you guys! Get over blurry-ass videos of @yuvisofficial and @viral.Kohli happily dancing at Yuvraj's wedding. Here's the real deal! A video posted by MensXP Official (@mensxpofficial) on Dec 9, 2016 at 4:03am PST Obtained from a friendly source present at the functions, the videos show Yuvraj Singh and Virat Kohli dancing with not a care in the world, joined by their ladies who matched each and every step. The music for each of the functions was courtesy of renowned DJ, Sumit Sethi who has played for some of the biggest celebrity weddings in the country. No wonder the grooves came so effortlessly to the bunch! Feast your eyes. This Friday could not go out with a bigger bang!
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Alan Ruschel The Survivor From The Chapecoense Team Plane Crash Speaks For The First Time In This Video

One of the worst sports tragedies of the decade, the Chapecoense team plane crash, left many football fans around the world in a state of shock. There was, however, a glimmer of hope for six of the survivors who were reportedly taken to the hospital. One of those survivors, Alan Ruschel, has finally spoken on video for the first time. Ruschel had shared a lot of videos and selfies while on the first leg of the plane journey without knowing that he was documenting a tragic flight which would kill most of his team. Watch here, as he speaks out for the first time since the crash. This is what he says in the short interaction: “People of Brazil and the entire world, I’m going to tell you about my recovery.” He then goes on to explain how he is recovering after the fatal plane crash. “I’m Alan Ruschel. I wanted to tell you that my recovery is going very well. Very soon I’ll be in Brazil to complete it. I wanted to thank everyone who’s sent me their love and support. I just wanted to thank everyone. Thank you very much.” 71 people died in the horrific plane crash and Alan Ruschel in that sense is one of the luckiest persons on the planet right now. We wish him a speedy recovery and an eventual return to the field soon.
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5 Style Lessons From Bollywood Actors Whove Mastered The Art Of Layering

Here are some important life...err...layering lessons that we’ve learned this week, from some of our favorite Bollywood actors.  Jet-set-GO! 1. Ranveer Singh  © viral bhayani A long-line T-shirt paired with gray distressed skinny jeans and boots is a full-proof winter look. Top it off with a pair of anti-paparazzi reflectors!   2. Ahan Shetty  © viral bhayani Suniel Shetty’s clone a.k.a his son, Ahan—who’s all set to make his acting debut in Sajid Nadiadwala’s next movie—has already got his layering game down.  A black T-shirt + a gray hoodie + an oversized denim jacket + skinny jeans + Yeezy Boost 950 = PERFECTION!  3. A Weeknd lookalike, Kidding! Arjun Kapoor  © viral bhayani Pair a vintage-y rocker T-shirt with a hoodie, skinny jeans and brand-new Yeezy kicks for an easy-breezy-beautiful winter look.  4. Saif Ali Khan © viral bhayani Chote Nawab wears two things better than any other Bollywood actor—a bandhgala and a biker jacket. This look—a not-so-regular biker jacket paired with a slogan T-shirt and faded jeans—is a classic tough-guy look done right.  5. Imran Khan  © viral bhayani Aamir Khan’s nephew, Imran Khan might not be a bonafide hitmaker, but he sure knows a thing or two about cool clothes. His airport look—a leather bomber paired with a gray Henley, skinny jeans and suede boots—is a classic example of  how you should dress this winter!
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Movie Review: Befikre Is An Epic Misfire

‘Befikre’ is an Aditya Chopra film. At no point while watching the film could I shirk off the thought that what was unfolding before my eyes had been conceptualised and executed by the man who once gave us a film that forever changed the way we looked at romance in our movies, and which spawned a deluge of similarly-themed films.  But let’s forget, for a moment, that Chopra wrote and directed ‘Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’ 21 years ago, and then followed it up with two films (‘Mohabbatein’ and ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’), neither of which could outdo Chopra’s debut, but were at least credible films, with good actors, quotable lines, and actual plots.  ‘Befikre’ is meant to be a departure for the filmmaker—an attempt at encapsulating a more “modern” romance—which unravels without the usual Chopra tropes: parental pressure, age-old restrictions and societal expectations. There’s probably nothing more challenging for a filmmaker of Chopra’s pedigree than to step out of his comfort zone and to turn every trick employed in past films on its head. In that regard, Chopra displays as much bravery and “boldness” as he would like to believe his two protagonists do in ‘Befikre’, and his intention to reinvent himself could even be lauded. © YRF Comfort zones, however, exist for a reason. When audiences step in to watch a Sajid Khan film, for instance, they expect a certain brand of humour. You know what you’re in for—hammy acting, slapstick comedy, an over-the-top climax; it may not be your cup of tea, but at least you aren’t served guava juice. You, however, don’t walk in to watch an Aditya Chopra film, and come out feeling like you got a Sajid Khan film in return. That’s just barbaric, and could unsettle the best of us. And that’s exactly how ‘Befikre’ leaves you—senses numbed, eardrums hurting, head spinning.  Apart from all its misplaced attempts at portraying a “young”, “carefree” relationship, ‘Befikre’ left me dazed with the sheer noise generated by its never-ending dialogue, often thrown at audiences with merciless frenzy by Ranveer Singh (an actor who got his break in an Aditya Chopra production, and has since proved his mettle with fine performances in films like ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ and ‘Bajirao Mastani’). Singh’s annoyingly hammy performance could hardly be attributed to him alone, though. Would actors working with Chopra question his storytelling? Would technicians come down hard on him for his filmmaking choices?  Would Sharat Katariya, who gave us earthy, relatable dialogues in a gem like ‘Dum Laga Ke Haisha’, not write lines that so terribly misrepresent the lingo of this generation? “Main kal hook-up nahi karne wali thi”, or “Hum live-in karne waale hai” - for instance - don't make the characters seem like credible portrayals of people around us. Instead, they come across as poorly-imagined versions of what a filmmaker and his team thinks “youngsters” sound like. It’s the kind of clueless posturing displayed in content created by Y-Films - the digital arm of Chopra’s production company, Yash Raj Films - which tries to encapsulate the spirit of its target audience (young India) with similar broad strokes. © YRF ‘Befikre’ is just that—a filmmaker’s statement on the youth of today, who are meant to be, apparently, befikre (careless) in their approach to relationships, and constructed from scraps gathered from other films. The Paris setting seems more like a cop-out than an actual backdrop; it’s as if setting a story about Indian characters in a more liberated society would give them the license to emulate what they don’t even seem to fathom. Of course, there are resources at Chopra’s disposal that are maximised for effect—the locations are woven into the story to provide eye-filling frames, every scene is shot with flair by cinematographer Kaname Onoyama, and two young actors let go of inhibitions for their director’s benefit. While Vaani Kapoor displays dignity and grace in portions, her character rarely displays traits that make her seem like a person we can relate to. Singh seems to overcompensate for his co-star’s softness with zest and energy that drives you up the wall after a point. Towards the tail end of the film, where the drama allows him to not behave like a four-year-old kid on speed, Singh shows glimpses of restraint and maturity—not just as a character, but even as performer. ‘Bekifre’ isn’t just Aditya Chopra’s most insufferable film yet, but also one of the worst movies of 2016—a year where filmmakers, incidentally, seemed to treat audiences with more respect than before. Watch it only if people jumping on each other in a church is your idea of fun. Or just wait for ‘Housefull 4’.
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Kejriwals Muffler Tweet Was The Butt Of All The Jokes On Twitter

Amongst many things that the Delhi CM is known for, his muffler is probably one of the first ‘staples’ of his that put Kejriwal on the path to fame. Who can forget the fateful year of 2013 when he came forward, wrapped in his muffler, asking for votes. Anyways, showing his concern and showing his ardent love for his muffler, Arvind Kejriwal tweeted about his muffler (yes,he did) and asked others to take care. ठंड आ गयी है। मफ़्लर निकल गया। आप भी अपना ख़याल रखें। — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) December 8, 2016 While many people thought that the tweet probably came from his parody account, but when they checked, it was him only.  @ArvindKejriwal lol i thought some parody account tweeted it .#RaeesFastest700KLikes — RAEES HAAZIR HAI (@SRKswarrior) December 8, 2016 One Twitter user even asked Kejriwal to provide some proof that the winters are here by coughing for the public. .@ArvindKejriwal सड़ जी, हम तब तक नहीं मानेंगे जब तक आपकी दम्मे वाली खासी नहीं निकलती! ? https://t.co/XmXf05mbnE — Vikrant (@vikrantkumar) December 8, 2016 Well, the man just wants you take care because ‘winter is coming’, after all!
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Get Your Wallets Ready People As The Moto M Gears Up To Rock The Indian Market On Tuesday

Motorola is all set to end this year on a happy note as its latest smartphone, the Moto M is making an entry into the Indian market on Tuesday, December 13. It was launched in China last month. Talking about the design, the phone has a full-metal finish with rounded edges, is said to be water-resistant and reportedly it’s the first time that a fingerprint sensor has been added on the back on a Motorola phone. In most Motorola smartphones, the fingerprint scanner is embedded on the front. © Twitter It is powered by an Octa-core 2.2 GHz MediaTek Helio P15 processor and packs a 3050 mAh battery which is pretty decent. It comes with a 5.5 inch full HD display screen, 4GB RAM and internal storage of 32GB. It runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box and supports a Dolby Audio system, Turbo Charging technology and 4G LTE. © Twitter The camera quality is also good with a 16MP at the rear with an aperture of f/2.0 and LED flash. For selfies, this phone offers a 8MP front camera as well. Overall, the specifications and design are really drool-worthy and now we just have to wait for it to officially launch so that we can get our hands on it. We know what you guys must be thinking about; do we need to pay some whopping amount to buy this? Not really! Speculations are rife that the phone is priced at Rs. 18,000. So, get ready guys, Christmas has come early, thanks to Motorola. Source: Indian Express
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This Hauntingly Beautiful Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Ad Will Move You To Tears

Some stories are so beautiful in the way they are told on screen that the immersive experience makes you believe in a world which may not even be real. This ‘Rogue One’ short story is one of those experiences. A girl who wears a stormtrooper’s helmet everywhere followed by her brother makes for an interesting premise but you’ll never be able to guess why. Watch this hauntingly beautiful story of a modern day stormtrooper!
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The New Trailer For The Reboot Of Baywatch Is Out And Hotdamn Is It Sexy And Action-Packed

Look, we all watched ‘Baywatch’ when we were kids, let’s not kid ourselves. Those images of Pamela Anderson running in slow motion have invaded many a teenagers dreams, if you know what I mean. It was also one of the first international TV shows that we all watched when we were much younger. © Paramount Pictures Well, it looks like there’s now a reboot on the way and we’ve got the brand new trailer just for you guys. And, as soon as Alexandra Daddario’s amazing figure graces the screen, I’m sold. We’ve also got The Rock, Dwayne Johnson looking ripped and ready to kick some serious ass! Also starring in the film is Zac Efron and our very own Priyanka Chopra in a side role. Man, we’re really looking forward to this. It has the same vibe as the ‘21 Jump Street’ reboot and we’re totally digging the new direction the movie is taking. 
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The Maharashtra Government Plans To Rename Mumbai Airport And Twitter Loses Its Sh*t

A few months back when Gurgaon was renamed Gurugram, people across Delhi and the NCR had the time of their lives bashing the decision left, right and centre and making fun of how people will now become ‘gurugrammers’. Well, following their footsteps, this time around the Maharashtra government has announced that Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus will be renamed.  Now if you were expecting fancy names and such, sorry to burst the bubble, but these names are changed to incorporate ‘Maharaj’. So, now the airport will be called Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport and the station will be called Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus. © Twitter The government says this move is to pay more respect to the Maratha warrior king, Shivaji. Now, while the idea behind this move is not wrong, but changing names does not mean that people paid less respect to the legendary warrior earlier! After this announcement, Twitter lost it’s sh*t completely and some of the reactions are outright hilarious. This. THIS is the decision-making our state government is focused on right now. Shame on you @Dev_Fadnavis https://t.co/ak2Swduyto — Rohan (@mojorojo) December 8, 2016 That’s a legit question. @mojorojo @Dev_Fadnavis : How will this renaming change the ground reality of that station? Will it make any difference to its standards ? — Nikhil V. Joshi (@nikhjosh_) December 8, 2016 Now, that can be a tongue-twister.  @mojorojo If they can call it Her Majesty the Queen Empress Victoria Terminus, then we can call it UberChhatrapati UltraShivaji Megamaharaj — Krish Ashok (@krishashok) December 8, 2016 Ugh…ok @mojorojo It takes a special kind of insecurity to force people to remember pompous titles for a historical figure we should all know anyway — Krish Ashok (@krishashok) December 8, 2016 Now that will be quite long a name for an airport or railway station. @nistula And after 30 years they will change it to Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj KI JAI HO Terminus & Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj KI JAI HO IA — Viren Nawani (@nawani10) December 8, 2016 Vada Pav Kendra…hmmm no one thought about that. Chatrapati Shivaji Flyover
Chatrapati Shivaji Airport
Chatrapati Shivaji Station
Chatrapati Shivaji Beedi
Chatrapati Shivaji Vada Pav Kendra — Dead Mau5hi (@AdvancedMaushi) December 8, 2016 Ok… Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's Secretshttps://t.co/kd5FxImPSA — Silverlight Gal (@silverlightgal) December 8, 2016 Imagine asking a cabbie to drop you to this place? Furious! Should've been Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj The Ruler We Seek To Appropriate to Further Hindutva Politics Terminus https://t.co/jG7fGD2PfJ — Ruchika Sharma (@tishasaroyan) December 8, 2016 Practicality rocks… Customer is King and so is Airport

-Marketing 101 https://t.co/kK5sDcNLfw — Rahul Subramanian (@RahulSubramanic) December 8, 2016 For people who can read between the lines! Life-changing decision. Very, very useful to Maharashtra and India, right now. https://t.co/Own4EuXLJj — Karthik (@beastoftraal) December 8, 2016
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