We're all (hopefully) under self-quarantine at the moment and doing our part in preventing the spread of coronavirus as much as we can. It's the simplest yet the most important thing during this global pandemic and it's great to see everyone coming together to get through this.
But, self-isolation can get a little too, well you know, isolating. There are also thousands of jokes and memes that people have made about being under quarantine and it's honestly so needed. Everyone needs some entertainment at a time like this and I think I stumbled upon the most wholesome quarantine content.
Playing football can get a little tricky when you're a goalkeeper but also an only child. Well, a genius kid came up with the best solution.
When you're a goalkeeper... and an only child... in self isolation... and trying to keep up with your training... ððcame up with this himself! I'm so impressed. #coronavirus #StayHomeStaySafe pic.twitter.com/FFzJ1LE3N1
— Sarah-Jayne Tobin (@TheSJTobin) March 23, 2020
So freaking creative!
Moreover, this was so cool that he even managed to impress a bunch of footballers. Now, that's an achievement.
What a legend!!!! I don't know how we're gonna be able to do it but I'm gonna have to put a training session on for ya!!!! Keep going mate I love itðððððð
— Ben Foster (@BenFoster) March 23, 2020
This is so great!
Thank you so much!! He's sooooo excited!!
— Sarah-Jayne Tobin (@TheSJTobin) March 23, 2020
He's getting so much attention.
Loved them days against the fence pretending I was Big Nev!
— Michael Ball (@bally03) March 23, 2020
That would be great.
One day, if he wants, and when all this is over, I would like to practice my freeckicks with him on goal! What do you think? ð https://t.co/Brl6omumf4
— Juan Mata García (@juanmata8) March 23, 2020
love this ðð½ðð½
— Grace Moloney (@gracemoloney) March 23, 2020
One video can change so much.
@thesjtobin We'll have some fresh boots, goalie gloves and kit ready for this epic match up. ð #hometeam
— adidas UK (@adidasUK) March 23, 2020
Brilliant. Hope he keeps his word. Keep updated on when it happens. Things like this will keep the young lad trying even harder! Well Done @juanmata8
— Ron (@ronmc1408) March 23, 2020
Absolutely brilliant https://t.co/q7V7iDSplL
— MorpheusNI (@MorpheusNI) March 24, 2020
Nathan for the #LateLateToyShow 2020 ððð https://t.co/yOvza1FLQv
— Carl Mullan (@CarlMullan) March 24, 2020
This kids dedication, hard work and improvisation will set him in really good stead ð
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When the whole world is still trying to tackle Coronavirus, China has introduced one more virus, Hantavirus. Well, the good news is that it isn't contagious. Let me tell you that it's not a new virus and is spread mainly by rodents and can cause varied diseases in people.
A person from China's Yunnan Province died on a bus due to Hantavirus and rest of the 32 people present on the same bus were also tested for the same. The news has gone viral on social media and people on Twitter have started trending #Hantavirus.
A person from Yunnan Province died while on his way back to Shandong Province for work on a chartered bus on Monday. He was tested positive for #hantavirus. Other 32 people on bus were tested. pic.twitter.com/SXzBpWmHvW
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) March 24, 2020
Now, it has got people talking about the virus and people are questioning China for the same. People are making memes on how China is the manufacturer of all the weird viruses.
So basically, Hantavirus comes from virus-containing particles from rodent urine. On Twitter, people are actually (strangely) questioning the eating habits of Chinese people in this light.
How did the world offend China? Why are they releasing viruses like new songs? Throw the whole Country away ð¤¦ð½âï¸#Hantavirus
— Popmepretty (@jane_otah) March 24, 2020
Odd even karke marenge Corona and #Hantavirus ð¥ marne kee liye taiyaar raho mitron https://t.co/Qdt6Hyjso2
— Prashasti (@_O_PANDEY) March 24, 2020
STOP EATING RATS STOP EATING BATS STOP EATING OCTOPUS STOP EATING WEIRD SHIT... Period !!!!!!!!! Were you sent to bring about the extinction of mankind ððððð#Hantavirus https://t.co/6qiiXZGBlc
— King of Assguard (@Mhistawale) March 24, 2020
Rest of the world to China RN #Hantavirus pic.twitter.com/yUYfvtQdbG
— Temitope Ayobami (@Kingbammy1) March 24, 2020
#corona now #Hantavirus ð»ð»ð»
Who made China a manufacturing hub, they started manufacturing Virus too ð ð ð
— Gajendra Godara (@_GajendraGodara) March 24, 2020
Whaaat... #HantaVirus is from Rats it seems.
Don't know about others, but please make these Chinese becomes vegetarians... One by one all animals are taking revenge on Chinese and we vegetarians are suffering. ð¤¦âï¸ https://t.co/wuXLfQhJMR
— Ashwatthama (@_Ashwatthama_) March 24, 2020
Hantavirus To CoronaVirus Memes#Hantavirus pic.twitter.com/v2z0dGqT6w
— Pun Panda (@KalaHarshit) March 24, 2020
#Hantavirus Stop eating weird animals or go to jail Ndi that country: pic.twitter.com/0XwWVKgd8X
— Okonkwo Anderson (@AndersonOkonkwo) March 24, 2020
People are requesting Chinese to turn vegetarian, considering even Coronavirus is said to have originated from consuming bats and snakes.
Coronavirus was first reported in late December 2019 in Wuhan, a major city in central China, and has been rapidly spreading. The whole world is facing a big threat, owing to Coronavirus.
In India, there are around 500 active cases of Coronavirus and it's suspected they are many more cases that are still going unreported.
As for now, a lockdown has been imposed on all the 30 states and if things don't get under control, it's quite possible that the government will impose a nation-wide curfew.
MensXP urges you to stay at home and stay safe. View the full article
Spending such long stretches of time in isolation can easily get frustrating, and we're trying to get creative with how to spend this time in isolation while making the most of it. With several states imposing curfews to prevent the pandemic, your best bet at maintaining a healthy skin is learning the tricks of the salon during this time. Also, with the scorching heat on the horizon and the daily wear and tear your skin has to endure due to shaving and other harsh products, if anything, facials are essential.
It's a known fact that men have thicker skin with larger pores, and because they shave regularly, or even if they don't, to have healthy and problem-free skin, getting a facial once a month is ideal.
Here's a step-by-step guide for all those who are trying their hands at facial at home for the first time.
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We're all going through one of the scariest things we've all ever experienced, the Coronavirus pandemic has made everyone panic-stricken and just paranoid about everyone.
While so many people have the privilege of staying inside and working from home, there are still the ones who are on the front lines and their job requires them to be outside and potentially get infected.
That mainly consists of people in the medical field and everyone working for airlines. They have no option but to still work and risk their lives and in return, they are being harassed for it.
A lot of airline crew members are sharing videos of themselves breaking down because of how they're being ostracised by their neighbours and even their families are suffering because of them potentially being infected.
Yes, it's okay to take measures but acting out of fear and losing all your empathy, especially at a time like this, is not the way to go.
Can't believe how people are treating our airline crew. This @IndiGo6E crew is nearly broken from being discriminated & taunted. When she is gone for her flight, her mother is even refused groceries in her society. Police is also not helping. @amitshah #coronavirus #india. pic.twitter.com/yuuTnYhqKq
— Tarun Shukla (@shukla_tarun) March 24, 2020
People applaud them from bringing all the people stuck abroad back home and this how they repay him.
And look at this. @AirIndiain crew being harassed ar 10 pm last night Lawrence Road, Keshav Puram, Delhi. And they are dying to come back to India if stranded outside the country on special AI, IndiGo etc flights. Cc : @DelhiPolice pic.twitter.com/Y1dI62oLQ2
— Tarun Shukla (@shukla_tarun) March 24, 2020
It's that simple.
The Cabin Crew who are "the invisible heroes" in the fight against #CoronaVirus, are being harassed by housing societies & flat owners. We are not a threat & we do take all kind of precautions onboard our flights. If you can't appreciate us, then atleast don't ostracize us!ð pic.twitter.com/xKDi9mbJnN
— BiTANKO BiSWAS (@Air_India_CREW) March 21, 2020
Doctors, medical staff, flight crews being assaulted/shunned. Aren't these the people we supposedly came together to thank on Sunday? Govt needs to eschew its tokenism, orders,monologues and talk to citizens, answer questions on how to deal with these unprecedented times. https://t.co/DoeeqzApzK
— Suhasini Haidar (@suhasinih) March 24, 2020
This is how our airline crew are treated by 'Indians' who clapped to show solidarity.
She is from Indigo airlines. She and her mother are getting attacked/harassed on the name of #COVID . Even police is not helping.
This is hate, pure hate.pic.twitter.com/rl52Tcb9lv
— Sanghamitra (@AudaciousQuest) March 24, 2020
What did the clapping accomplish?
That 5 pm clapping was mere tokenism and a spectacle, another PR exercise for the great leader. The ones who have put their lives at stake are being stigmatised and ostracized by the same people who were a part of that spectacle. This is so inhuman. https://t.co/TnPbMTdnKB
— Rana Ayyub (@RanaAyyub) March 24, 2020
this is the main reason that people don't want to be seen going to quarantine. they instinctively know how they are going to get treated.
Indians may not know social distancing but they know how to brutally enforce social untouchability. Its in their blood. https://t.co/WSf5AZi0FW
— (((Dominique Fisherwoman))) (@AbbakkaHypatia) March 24, 2020
Unacceptable is the word.
This is heartbreaking to watch and hear. Sunday evening's thanksgiving was not only tokenism but also highly hypocritical if we don't actually believe in what we stood on balconies for. Just shameful, mean-spirited and unacceptable. https://t.co/lJnZsb4lSS
— Maya Mirchandani (@maya206) March 24, 2020
This is not okay.
This is really appalling! Doctors returning home from the hospital in Telangana are being stopped and harassed by police for breaking curfew. This is even after they have showed the police their ID cards @thenewsminute @dhanyarajendran @NitinBGoode pic.twitter.com/72k7h8mDZK
— Nimi (@nimeshika_j) March 24, 2020 View the full article
Ever since the outbreak of coronavirus and its crippling effect that has led to social distancing everywhere, the world's economy has been hardly hit. Most of the industries have been severely impacted by this global crisis.
Despite all of these, major fashion brands (mensxp.com/fashion/trends/74116-how-the-coronavirus-pandemic-is-creating-problems-for-the-global-fashion-industry-everyone-else.html) have come forward to help and offer their services in whatever way they can to combat COVID-19. Be it making masks or sanitisers, these brands are offering their units to manufacture essential items amidst the global health crisis. The same is being served to the hospitals and health workers.
Here's a comprehensive list of fashion brands that show how these companies are pitching to help fight the deadly virus with their unique ways.
Check it out.
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From 2 April 2020, Raf Simons will join the Prada brand as co-creative director, working in partnership with Miuccia Prada with equal responsibilities for creative input and decision-making. The first Prada collection designed by Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons will be the Spring/Summer 2021 womenswear show, presented in Milan in September 2020. Discover more via link in bio. Photos by: Brigitte Lacombe Willy Vanderperre
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The nfection rates are increasing by the day, but Miuccia Prada's initiative is unforgettable. Patrizio Bertelli, the CEO along with the chairman Carlo Mazzi, has donated six intensive care units to hospitals in Milan, namely Buzzi Sacco, Vittore Buzzi And San Raffaele. We all know that Italy was hit hard with more than 27,000 cases. This is a great initiative for a luxury brand like Prada to have come forward and help in combatting the novel coronavirus.
2. Giorgio Armani
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“In the elegant setting of Via Sant'Andrea, with its fine historical palazzos and modern store windows, the past is interwoven with the present. This is where I'm now returning, to the former Milanese location of the first Giorgio Armani boutique in the city.” Giorgio Armani Discover more about the new #GiorgioArmani boutique at the link in bio and digitally explore the store through our interactive 3D map
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To contain the pandemic rages, even iconic brands like Giorgio Armani are working with the medical community and doing their best to support health centres during such global crisis. The brand has pledged 1.25 million Euros. This has gone to a group of Italian hospitals and Institutions.
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Alongside LVMH Chairman & CEO, Bernard Arnault, discover the outstanding projects of our 2019 apprentices and meet the 300 new apprentices that will join this year's class at the IME… 10 times more than when it was first launched in 2014! The LVMH Institut des Métiers d'Excellence (IME) is a vocational training program that enables apprentices to learn skills through a combination of classroom education at leading schools and hands-on experience in the workshops of LVMH Maisons and their partners. This program covers a wide range of métiers, including draping and tailoring, customer experience and vineyards and winemaking. LVMH broadens the IME year after year with new training courses thanks to various international collaborations (in Italy, Switzerland, and soon Spain), immersing the IME in a European dimension. This initiative reflects the fundamental importance of transmitting time-honored skills for the Group. #LVMH #LVMHtalents #IME #IMELVMH #craftsmanship #savoir-faire
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LVMH, the fashion conglomerate, has not just donated $2.2 Million to the Red Cross Society of China but has also converted the making of their cosmetic factories into producing hand sanitisers. The same has been supplied free of charge to the healthcare workers and the French government. The brand has also announced that it will donate 40 million masks to France.
4. Pyer Moss
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The creative director and founder of Pyer Moss, Kerby Jean-Raymonda took to his Instagram account to talk about how the centres are suffering due to shortage of supplies. To combat this issue, the brand has converted the NYC office into a donation centre that includes latex gloves and N 95 masks. Kerby, besides these supplies, will be donating $5,000 from his own pocket for masks and gloves and serve the public health professionals who are looking for help.
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The Italian luxury fashion company, Versace has also come forward to help with the national disaster and catastrophes. Donatella Versace and her daughter Allegra Versace Beck, have together donated $200,000 to San Raffaele Hospital. In February, the brand took an initiative to combat the issue by donating around $1 Million to the Red Cross Foundation, China.
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Step outta the shadows and get lashes that stand out with #ExhibitionistPrimer + #ExhibitionistMascara ð¤ð #Repost @covergirl . . . #Coty #CotyInc #CotyLife #Beauty #Cosmetics #Mascara #CrueltyFree #COVERGIRLCrueltyFree
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Not just fashion brands, but even beauty brands are committed to providing help in all the ways possible. Coty, the manufacturer of Calvin Klein and many other fragrances, is using its unit to make a hydroalcoholic gel to help in emergency services. The company said in a statement that, “We stay close to our communities during these exceptionally challenging times."
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To celebrate basketball's biggest week, we teamed up with @chicagodonc and a crew of designers to create exclusive Chicago merch that could be yours for just a $10 donation. All proceeds go right back to the city in support of the @commongroundfnd. Swipe through to see the gear, and tap the link in our to donate and learn more. #StockXChicago ð¸: @adamjasoncohen Styled: @panache.__
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A marketplace known for its secondhand items has a unique approach towards the contagious virus. While most of us are at our homes and are self-quarantining, the ones who are suffering from it, should not be neglected. Social distancing has led to a shortage of supplies and meals as well. Hence, StockX, with its #FlexFromHome initiative, donated $20,000 to Feeding America along with meals for people.
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White, yellow or rose gold, B.zero1 is never not bold. Discover the full range online and in-store. . . . #Bzero1 #Gold #MaiTroppo
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Italy has been impacted quite a lot but brands like Bulgari are committed to taking the right actions during such a global crisis. The brand has gone all the way with the donation that will allow the purchase of the microscopic acquisition system. It is an equipment that helps in developing effective vaccination against the contagious virus. View the full article
The coronavirus pandemic has forced us to recede into our houses and practise social distancing. This is going to continue for a couple of weeks with no certainty as to when things will be back to routine life. Celebrities are no exception to this. Like us, celebrities too find themselves in an odd situation of sitting at home with plenty of time to do things they never fathomed were possible.
In fact, in the last two weeks, a lot of people have become a lot more active on social media, courtesy no outside contact whatsoever. Celebrities too have started engaging with fans through their IG accounts. For instance, Ranveer Singh has become a lot more active on Instagram. In fact, since yesterday he's posted 5 posts already. What's interesting is, that his post reflects some of the feelings that we've been going through as well in self-quarantine. Take a look.
1. This picture sums up how sometimes, one can get lazy in the quarantine. In fact, having no fixed routine can sometimes mean not getting out of bed for an entire day and not taking a shower. While one may assume that celebrities aren't like that, that's not necessarily true. While this picture is from an earlier shoot of Ranveer Singh's, it does reflect the sentiment of admitting to not groom once in a while.
View this post on InstagramMe coming out of quarantineA post shared by (@ranveersingh)2. Gulping down Nutella jars one after the other, we've all been guilty of this.
View this post on InstagramEk toh gaya ð ab tera kya hoga, Bajirao?A post shared by (@ranveersingh)
3. Making an event out of #5baje5minute yesterday, on the Janta Curfew. Considering, we had all missed out on social interaction which makes it so relatable.
View this post on InstagramThank you to our Heroes ðð¾ ðð¾ ðð¾ ð®ð³ ð®ð³ ð®ð³ @deepikapadukoneA post shared by (@ranveersingh)
4. Working out with your significant other because finally, the schedules match.
View this post on InstagramDouble the Endorphin-rush when Sheâs around! ðð#homegymbuddies ðð»ââï¸ðð» my #mondaymotivation @deepikapadukoneA post shared by (@ranveersingh) View the full article
May our unity help us go through this difficult time with ease and may the #COVID2019 go away for good very soon. pic.twitter.com/BGw2jdwpGJ â Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) March 22, 2020Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag shared the heartwarming video with the caption, âWow! Speechless #JantaCurfew. May our unity help us get through this difficult time with ease and may the #COVID2019 go away for good very soon.â
The video has garnered over 488K views and more than 100K likes on Twitter.
The people on social media poured immense love on this video and hereâs what they said: They are not rich but they are happy. Can't buy happiness with money . â NaGG Kshatriya (@Naag_Kshatriya) March 22, 2020
This is so true.
So proud of this human and at the same time it's heartbreaking to see that when everyone stayed at home he didn't have one to be in. Hope once we fight this we become more sensitive to the underprivileged and have more gratitude towards what we have. â neha goraksha (@nehagoraksha) March 22, 2020
Rightly said â Ramesh Rajan (@Rameshrajan29) March 22, 2020
Paaji this video really touchedï¸ I hope someone will look after our homeless brothers and sisters. God Bless us all ï¸ â Salman_ka_Fan (@ShivaSalmaniac) March 22, 2020
Really No words â Rahul Garg (@RahulGa8808678) March 22, 2020
Only one word....Wordless. â $Sumit Kumar$ (@SumitKu56847675) March 22, 2020
Couldnât agree more.
Really it's speechless â Sagar (@Sagark411) March 22, 2020 As per the reports, the total number of coronavirus cases in India has crossed 415 patients so far, and it is only getting worse with each passing day.
The main intention behind the lockdown in India is to contain the virusâs outbreak and not let it spread further. Please stay home and strictly follow the government's instructions. View the full article
A pandemic that has gripped the world has basically brought the lives of people on this planet to a standstill. While half of the globe is on a lockdown, residents of every country are trying to find their own coping mechanisms to deal with the anxiety and the fear of staying locked in which is part of the "social distancingââ.
Earlier on March 19, Prime Minister Modi addressed the nation, in his televised speech, and called for a "Janta Curfew" on March 22 between 7am and 9pm.
He also called on Indians to gather on their balconies, yards of their home premises and windows at 5pm on the same day of Janta Curfew to demonstrate their appreciation of these critical service providers by clapping, clanging metal vessels, or ringing bells for five minutes.
The country surely responded well but people in some parts of the nation probably went too far and didn't get the real idea behind this suggestion.
Looks like they didn't understand about the part where you are supposed to practice social distancing and stay HOME.
People actually took out insane rallies to clap, dance and bang utensils in colonies thus jeopardising the whole idea of "social distancing" - ironic since this was the idea behind PM Modi's call for Janta Curfew. Besides, this has only wasted the efforts of these critical service providers, who are working day in and day out for us.
Here, take a look:
Why cant some people cant understand the seriousness and the word #jantacurfew disappointed to see people on road when #covid19 is spreading so badly..if you are in this video be ashamed of yourself.requesting police and government to come up with more strict rules @narendramodi pic.twitter.com/tlefmTfofs â Jay Bhanushaali (JB) (@jaybhanushali0) March 22, 2020Bombay folks celebrating the demise of coronavirus by coming out on the street in groups pic.twitter.com/nNQ8uNb3Bt â Ankur Bhardwaj (@Bhayankur) March 22, 2020Thread Visuals from #Rajasthan
Men, women , children come out on streets of Jaipur to support unsung heroes of our society
In the backdrop of iconic hawa mahal chant slogans #CoronaBhagao #ThaliBajao #JantaCurfew #JantaCurfewChallenge#Covid_19india #CoronavirusPandemic pic.twitter.com/x7smbL17hD â Tabeenah Anjum (@TabeenahAnjum) March 22, 2020You see what we mean? Well, some parts of the nation put their creativity to test and made songs out of it as they danced to the tunes of Corona and threw some Bhangra steps also in there.
Mumbaipic.twitter.com/B8XF4vZJpy â Roflindian (@Roflindian) March 22, 2020For a second, one might think, "united we stand, divided we fall", except this one time. It is the desperate need of the hour that we actually have to stay divided, in isolation. Now our Indianess and the "chalta hai", "dekha jayega" attitude touched its peak as lakhs of over zealous, super enthu cutlets thought this was a wonderful idea to come together and celebrate the heroes this way.
People on social media are angered and baffled in equal measures.
There's people now walking and chilling outside. Stupidity....that's our virus. â Vir Das (@thevirdas) March 22, 2020There is a Kanika Kapoor in every single one of them! https://t.co/VxfBao2XeN â Rohini Singh (@rohini_sgh) March 23, 2020I donât know why people were banging pots out on the street. But Iâm quite certain that at least some of them believed the bizarre rumour that banging pots will cause virus-killing vibrations. Mass ignorance is now a critical danger to public health in India. â Mohamed Zeeshan (@ZeeMohamed_) March 22, 2020What was sadder I think is the fact that in some places like districts in Pilibhit, police officers were seen strolling casually with the public clapping and ringing bells.
Hi @pilibhitpolice @Dmpilibhit , this photo is from your official tweet . Can you please explain why the police chief and DM totally disregarded safe - distance norms and led this procession at 5 pm during the #JantaCurfew ? .... pic.twitter.com/xyLrnoGNg5 â Alok Pandey (@alok_pandey) March 22, 2020A quick two minutes into wondering why and how we as a democracy are failing to practice one simple rule of social distancing? Mass ignorance is surely a devil breeding like the virus in the air.
Please do not take this opportunity to visit relative or chill with friends. You probably might not be infected but you can be a carrier. Push yourself and the people around you to sing and dance in isolation, not in the community parking lot! View the full article
Hundreds and thousands of people move to Mumbai everyday with just one dream of becoming an actor. Some people struggle really hard and yet don't get that chance, while some of them get that golden chance but despite having talent, looks and the right attitude, they get lost after their grand debut.
Most of us know how difficult it is to get a break in Bollywood and to uphold the success that follows is even tougher.
Here we have a list of such B-town actors, just a film or two old, who got their big break in the acting industry and eventually got lost.
Check it out: 1. Fardeen Khan
Fardeen Khan debuted in the year 1998 in the film Prem Aggan. The son of veteran actor Feroz Khan did many films in his career of twelve years such as Jungle, Love Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega, Om Jai Jagadish, No Entry, Heyy Babyy, and All the Best: Fun Begins.
Despite his good looks, he couldnât really impress the audience and his last film Dulha Mil Gaya failed badly at the box office. 2. Jugal Hansraj
He started his career as a child artist in the film Masoom in the year 1983 and later was seen in blockbuster film Mohabbatein.
Jugal was liked by the audience and he has a dreamy face and a convincing screen presence. Despite all this, he couldnât stay for long in Bollywood and was last seen in Madhuri Dixit starrer Aaja Nachle in the year 2007. 3. Ayesha Takia
Ayesha Takia initially started her career with debuting in music videos in the year 2004. She acted in films like Salaam- E- Ishq, Wanted and Dor. She also received a Screen Award for Best Actress Critics for the film Dor, but failed to make her name in the Bollywood A-list actors. 4. Zayed Khan
We donât know where this one disappeared!
He was first seen on the big screen in 2003 in the film Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne.
He was also seen in films like Main Hoon Na, Dus, Fight Club â Members Only, Yuvvraaj, and Blue. However, the actor was forgotten soon and wasn't seen on the silver screen since then. 5. Celina Jaitly
Celina Jaitly became Miss India in the year 2001 and started her career with debuting alongside Fardeen Khan in Janasheen in 2003.
She was also seen in films like No Entry, Apna Sapna Money Money, Golmaal Returns but failed to sustain in the industry. 6. Harman Baweja
Just like our governmentâs five-year plan, the actor had a five-film career in Bollywood and all of his films were a big flop.
He acted in films like Whatâs Your Raashee and Love Story 2050. The actor was also said to have dated Priyanka Chopra during his time in the industry.
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The Coronavirus pandemic has taken over the world. People across the world are avoiding stepping out either by choice or because of a lockdown. Self-quarantine has become a new hashtag on Instagram, and Instagram has also added quarantine GIFs that capture what a lot of us are dealing with right now.
The only thing that we know for certain is that we're going to be home, in the coming weeks. In such a scenario, you can finally grow that beard that you always wanted.
A lot of factors come in the way against growing the perfect beard: the weather, corporate dress code, daily commute or maybe just not having the time. Well, guess what, now you have all of those things. So, here's how you can grow the beard of your dreams. 1. Give A Light Trim Every Two Weeks
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