There is literally not one person on this planet who hasn't grooved to Sia's 'Cheap Thrills'. It was on repeat for the better part of 2016. Be it pubs, the disco or a house party, this song was played at each and every occasion. And people couldn't help but shake a leg to the song's peppy beats.
But unlike other popular singers, Sia doesn't want to be famous. However, she is a well-known name and a respected figure in the music industry. Believe it or not, this is one of the reasons why she often hides her face. You may have noticed that she doesn't feature in their videos nor is she seen socialising much. Whenever she is spotted out, she is seen donning her famous wig, which has now become her signature style. You won't find Sia anywhere without it. Well, it does make us wonder why she doesn't want to be famous despite being so popular in the industry.
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For Sia, everything is about making good music and she tries her level best to stay out of the paparazzo's reach. She is camera shy and anyone who follows her is well aware of this fact. Looking at this trait of hers, an imposter decided to gain some leverage from the situation. Apparently, he found or clicked her nude pictures and threatened to leak them.
But the imposter didn't realise that Sia wasn't someone who will deal with this nonsense. The sensational singer took to her Instagram and shared a nude picture of her, giving it back royally to the man. She captioned the picture, “Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans. Save your money, here it is for free. Every day is Christmas!”
Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans. Save your money, here it is for free. Everyday is Christmas!
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Her fans totally loved the way she didn't fear anyone and supported her for her bold move. One of the users commented saying, “Amazing genius!!”. Another one wrote, “Hahaha I totally love your action !! brilliant move Sia !”. Her fans went gaga over her move, supporting her firm and bold act. Many even went on to say that they are truly proud of her.
The girl has definitely got some swag!
Irrfan Khan, one of the most talented actors in Bollywood who has already proved his mettle with his acting skills, recently revealed a rather very sad news on Twitter a few days ago. “Sometimes you wake up with a jolt with life-shaking you up. The last 15 days, my life has been a suspense story. Little had I known that my search for rare stories would make me find a rare disease," his tweet read.
— Irrfan (@irrfank) March 5, 2018
Yes, Irrfan has confirmed that he has been diagnosed with a very rare disease called as Neuroendocrine Tumor, that commonly occurs in the intestine but can also be found in the pancreas, lung and the rest of the body as well.
A cancerous tumor can grow and spread to other parts of the body if not found early, whereas a benign tumor can only grow.
Explaining it to the public, Irrfan began with choosing the wise but emotional quote by Margaret Mitchell -- "Life is under no obligation to give us what we expect."
He then went on to say, “The unexpected makes us grow, which is what the past few days have been about. Learning that I have been diagnosed with Neuroendocrine Tumour as of now has admittedly been difficult, but the love and strength of those around me and that I found within me has brought me to a place of hope. The journey of this is taking me out of the country, and I request everyone to continue sending their wishes."
Irrfan also clarified rumours saying that NEURO is not always about the brain and added that "As for the rumours that were floated NEURO is not always about the brain and googling is the easiest way to do research To those who waited for my words, I hope to be back with more stories to tell."
— Irrfan (@irrfank) March 16, 2018
Neuroendocrine tumor basically arises from cells of the endocrine (hormonal) and nervous system. The major symptoms of a neuroendocrine tumor are severe anxiety attacks, heart palpitations, and rapid pulse and as discussed above, if it is a benign tumor then it would be easier to cure and if not, then it depends on how early the tumor has been detected.
“I leave a squad full of talent, including Gigio Donnarumma and Mattia Perin... I want to give a hug to Chiello, Barza, Leo and Lele, who I had almost 10 years alongside." pic.twitter.com/Ka9T4r1MIm
— European Qualifiers (@EuroQualifiers) November 13, 2017
All Bianconeri are by your side @gianluigibuffon. You're the pride of our nation and the best goalkeeper in the world. ð®ð¹ ð pic.twitter.com/iDAJBwn2Xx
— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) November 13, 2017
Often labelled as 'delicate' and 'weak' with the ever-increasing disparity in wages highlighting their plight which is further marred by the lack of fanfare and recognition, the success stories of Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami in cricket, Saina Nehwal and PV Sindu in badminton and Mary Kom and Sarita Devi in boxing goes on to show that women are not just fighting against all odds, but have also shunned the naysayers by proving their mettle in male-dominated sports.
On 29 November, Saikhom Mirabai Chanu became the latest addition to this group of spirited Indian sportswomen who are hell-bent on changing the country's perception about women's sports.
Goosebumpsð®ð³ð®ð³ð®ð³!#MirabaiChanu U made every Indian proud by winning Goldðin World Weightlifting Championship..Congratsðð Your achievement will inspire millions of young girlsðª pic.twitter.com/GnbymXeiid
— Maj Surendra Poonia (@MajorPoonia) November 30, 2017
Standing on the podium with a gold medal around her neck and seeing the Indian tricolour flying high after overwhelming tournament-favourite Thunya Sukcharoen in California, Chanu was an embodiment of success - achieved on the back of great perseverance, hardwork and sheer will - giving a desperate shot in the arm to Indian weightlifting.
What a fantastic day for #Indian sport! Huge congratulations to Saikhom Mirabai Chanu for winning the #Gold at the 2017 World Weightlifting Championship ðªððð #Champion #Superstar pic.twitter.com/hOhFKa9Ems
— Vinesh Phogat (@Phogat_Vinesh) November 30, 2017
Ending her country's wait of 22 years, the Manipuri weightlifter etched her name in history as the first Indian in over two decades and only the second overall to bag a World Championships gold in weightlifting. India's more-popular weightlifter Karnam Malleswari had bagged gold medals in the competition back in 1994 and 1995 respectively.
Competing in the women's 48kg category, the 23-year-old lifted a combined weight of 194kg - 85kg in snatch and 109kg in clean and jerk - which was just one kg over the best attempt of the tournament favourite from Thailand, but good enough to cause a big upset.
Congratulations to Saikhom #MirabaiChanu for lifting Gold at the World Weightlifting Championship and creating a World record. Entire nation is proud of you.pic.twitter.com/JpBEetHVmT
— Naveen Jindal (@MPNaveenJindal) November 30, 2017
But, Chanu's triumphant outing in the US is not about national pride, records and fanfare; in fact it's much more than that. Hers was a campaign aimed at finding her lost vigour and overcoming the demons of past failures notably the horrific 2016 Rio Olympics.
After claiming the national record in the women's 192kg category from her idol Kunjarani Devi in the run-up to the Olympic Games, Chanu witnessed a disastrous debut at the grandest stage of all. With a bout of nerves getting the better of her, the young weightlifter could only manage to successfully lift just one of her six attempts - three in the snatch and three in the clean and jerk category.
Out of the 12 lifters in the women's 48kg category in Rio, she was one of the two participants who did not finish (DNF) the event. Her dreams were shattered, years of hardwork in training camps came to naught and India's struggle in women's weightlifting took centre stage.
But, Manipur is famous for producing athletes who don't believe in giving up, Mary Kom is a prime example and Chanu proved no different. Learning from her mistakes, she continued to believe in herself and so did her coaches and selectors.
As her training resumed after the Rio horror, Chanu was reminded of her struggles that included the long hours of cycling from her home to a weightlifting centre that sparked her love for the sport. At times, she was told how much the country had invested in her at national camps and how everyone around continues to believe in her talent and potential.
And, not so surprisingly, all the efforts - her own and those of selectors and coaches - have finally borne fruit at one of the prestigious tournaments in the world. Chanu has also broken free from the shadows of Kunjarani Devi and Karnam Malleswari as her achievement at the World Championships goes beyond her personal struggles and eventual glory.
More importantly, in the bigger scheme of things, just like Mithali, Saina and Sindhu have inspired younger girls and fellow sportswomen to come out of the shadows of their male counterparts, the Manipur lass has undoubtedly given Indian weightlifting a shot in the arm by bringing the sport back into the collective public consciousness.
Ever watched an adult or romantic film in a theatre or TV along with your parents? Then you have surely faced a situation when the main characters get intimate, you just don’t know where to look! Fidgeting for the TV remote to change the channel or running to get a glass of water are some of the things we all have done, isn’t it? Have gone through that awkward feeling? Turned uncomfortably on your seat? Wanted the ground to swallow you? Tried to make eye contact with your parents but couldn’t? Well, all of us have been there. But that doesn't mean that you shouldn't watch those movies. Just be a little wise and watch these 8 Bollywood movies when your parents are 'not' around.
B.A.Pass A strict NO when it comes to watching this film with your parents around. A young man Mukesh is seduced by Sarika 'Aunty', whom he meets at a kitty party. Sarika lures him to sleep with her in return for money. The last thing you would want to do is watch the story of a gigolo with your mom and dad.
P.S. The film is dark and has tons of hot and sexy scenes.
Sins If you are a Bollywood movie buff, you might have definitely heard of this film. After all, this Shiney Ahuja and Seema Rahmani starrer was in controversy for its content. The story of the film goes where a priest starts an affair with a young girl. This film has sex...sex...and more sex written all over it.
Kamasutra The title of the film is enough to educate you and tell you what to expect from it. There are few films made on the famous Sanskriti text of Vaatsayana that guides you about human sexuality.
And every film has its own way of narration, though the most acclaimed one is made by director Mira Nair.
Julie Starring Neha Dhupia in the titular role, this film outlines the journey of a girl who ends up becoming a call girl. You can’t watch this film with any elder around as Julie gets filthy and raunchy in various scenes.
Jism Series Well....well what is it about ‘Jism’ that created a buzz in B-town when it was released? The first installment had some really hot scenes between Bipasha Basu and John Abraham.
The second installment failed at the box office but you can, of course, watch it for some dose of Sunny Leone!
Ek Chhoti Si Love Story This film’s plot was way too ahead of its time. A 15-year-old boy Aditya (Aditya Seal) falls for his neighbour (Manisha Koirala). The film featured bathroom masturbation scene which wasn’t seen before. There are various scenes in the film that leaves a viewer surprised. P.S. Maybe after watching this film your little soldier might need some working to do.
Hunterrr This is indeed a great film for youngsters. It touches on issues like arranged marriages, sex addiction, pre-marital sex. But watching it around anyone will make both the companies uncomfortable, so watch it when alone.
Murder Series We are sure every kid from the 90s has heard of this film. After all, many of us were not allowed to watch this ‘A’ rated film. Mallika Sherawat and Emraan Hashmi’s sizzling chemistry in this erotic thriller is a must watch.
You also have two more installments that you can watch if you wish to.
Better watch your back while watching these films.
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The question we're going to be answering today is, who's hotter Leah Gotti or Lana Rhoades? While this might not be a popular topic in high-school debates, we're sure it will be popular here. So, let's get into it:
(#Hotness is measured in terms of popularity here!)
1. No. of films
Leah Gotti – 86 films (approx.)
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Lana Rhoades – 132 films (approx.)
Leah Gotti – 27
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Lana Rhoades – 4
Leah Gotti – 5
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Lana Rhoades – 0
4. Google Results
Leah Gotti - 3,91,000
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Lana Rhoades – 5,49,000
5. Mentions on Instagram
#LeahGotti – 1,033
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#LanaRhoades – 2,131
Lana Rhoades - 3-2
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While the men's team failed to lift the ICC Champions Trophy, the Indian women's cricket team kick-started their 2017 World Cup campaign with an astounding win over England at County Ground in Derby. While India secured a comprehensive 35-run victory, it was skipper Mithali Raj who eteched her name in the history books with yet another personal feat.
Put in to bat, the Indian team got off to a brilliant start with both the openers Punam Raut (86) and Smriti Mandhana (90) providing a 144-run stand to their side. Their partnership was eventually broken by Heather Knight who got Mandhana out caught by Danielle Hazell in the 27th over.
While England would've fancied a comeback after Mandhana's dismissal, they were soon left bearing the brunt of Mithali's blazing willow. The Indian captain slammed a 73-ball 71 including eight boundaries to keep the scoreboard ticking for her side.
A seventh consecutive fifty for the @BCCIWomen skipper, Mithali Raj! 🇮🇳
➡️ https://t.co/zAcLPQA9Tu #ENGvIND #WWC17 pic.twitter.com/vqD4BAA8t1
— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 24, 2017
It was Mithali's seventh consecutive half-century, bettering the likes of Lindsay Reeler (Australia), Ellyse Perry (Australia) and Charlotte Edwards (England), all of whom slammed six back-to-back fifties each in the past.
In her last seven ODIs including this one against England, Mithali has scored - 71 vs England, 62* vs South Africa, 54 vs South Africa, 51* vs South Africa, 73* vs Bangladesh, 64 vs South Africa and 70* vs Sri Lanka. Also, this is Mithali's 47 ODI fifty, which is also the highest in women's cricket history. Meanwhile, the India skipper is also just 148 runs away from becoming the first women's cricketer ever to slam 6000 ODI runs.
Superb batting performance by the @BCCIWomen's team! Keep it up @SmritiMandhana, Poonam Raut and @RajMithali
— sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) June 24, 2017
Thanks to her blitz alongside the fifties from Mandhana and Raut, India managed to post a competitve total of 281 runs at the loss of just three wickets in 50 overs. In reply, England fell short by 35 runs before being bowled out in 47.3 overs.
Fran Wilson (81) and Heather Knight (46) tried to get England's chase on track, but both of them got run-out thanks to some brlliance in the field by India. With figures of 3-47, off-spinner Deepti Sharma turned out to be the most effective bowler for India. Seamer Shikha Pandey, too, impressed with her tally of two wickets at the expense of 35 runs.
Captain #MithaliRaj posts a record seventh consecutive half-century in ODIs - India 235/2 #WWC17 #ENGvIND Follow - https://t.co/wTDfX8Vsu8
— BCCI Women (@BCCIWomen) June 24, 2017
The Indian team will now take on West Indies in their second group game at the County Ground in Taunton on 29 June.
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'They' say good things come in small packages, especially if they are women. It's still not known why guys like dating shorter women but the fact is they actually do and trust us; there are a few interesting things common in short girls that guys really dig.
We did a little bit of research on why shorter girls are always a preference and here are 7 things that set them apart!
They're Easy To Cuddle
Stretch your arms out to her and she'll fit right in! Perfect fit that too and she's adorable to cuddle, especially during the winters.
The Sex Positions Are Thrilling
Sex becomes an Olympic sport with short women. You can toss her around, spin her in mid-air and try out a dozen positions with her. The best position, hands down, is doggy style. Try it!
No Compromising on Space There
She will fit in just about anywhere. So, in case you have space issues, just place her wherever you wish to and she'll fit right in. She'll fit in best on your lap, if there is no more room in the car, saving you space!
She's Adorable When She's Trying To Get To Places
Do this for fun- if shes always on her phone, not giving you enough time, hide her phone somewhere beyond her reach. Her struggle to get her phone back will be the most adorable thing you'll see all week!
More Space In Bed
No matter how much space you take up in bed, she will always leave you enough to be comfortable in. She's also the best to spoon with because she fits right in (know what we mean?)
Her Inner Child Is Always Alive
She's always on her toes, and living 'up' to her height. Naughty and playful, her inner child is always alive and you'll love the energy she expels.
She's Fiercely Independent
She has made a concrete effort to make herself fiercely independent because she believes the world doesn't take her seriously because of her 'short'comings. She's quite a pocket dragon, this one.
No wonder we find so many tall men dating women way shorter to them. They've certainly realised that the best things in life, come in 'smaller' quantities.