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Box Office Review Of Sadak 2

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With all the hate surrounding the release of the movie, Sadak 2’s trailer became the second-most “disliked” video in the world. “—–IN THE WORLD!” WHAAAAAAT? Yes, you read it right, garnering 12 million dislikes on YouTube. Sadak 2 trailer was immensely disrelished. We thought that it would cool off when the movie hits the screen as Alia Bhatt has proved herself many times. However, Sadak 2 set a new record by becoming the lowest-rated film on IMDb with a score of 1.1.

The other Bollywood films that have got such poor IMDb ratings are Ajay Devgan’s ‘Himmatwala’ with a score of 1.7, Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Aag’, with a rating of 1.7, Abhishek Bachchan’s ‘Drona’ with an IMDb score of 2, and Himesh Reshammiya’s ‘Karzzzz’ with a 2.1 rating.

 Firstpost

   Anna M. M. Vetticad of the Firstpost, “It is not possible to be angry with Sadak 2 for its half-baked ideas and quarter-baked script though, because it is too boring to be worthy of even anger. Thrown in here and there are lacklustre twists, dreary songs, multiple references to suicide and faith without any depth, ordinary cinematography (barring a couple of stunning aerial shots of mountain roads), some cheap-looking shots clearly done in a studio, footage from Sadak and Pooja’s voice giving Ravi inexplicable advice.”

Rating: 0.25 stars

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Hindustan Times

Jyoti Sharma from Hindustan Times remarked that it is one of 2020’s worst films, take this trip at your own risk.Weighed down by the ponderous story and sluggish pace, none of them adds much to Sadak 2. Even the naturally gifted Alia Bhatt fails to rise above the expository dialogues and the leaden narrative. It comes across as a cheap knock-off, a lot like this film.

The Indian Express

Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express in her Sadak 2 review called it, “Terrible!” The film is, in one word, terrible: why would anyone want to make something so dated, so jaded, in this day and age? There was nothing madly original about that Sanjay Dutt-Pooja Bhatt starrer, but something about the mix of pulpy plot and performance, toplined by the incomparable Sadashiv Amrapurkar as the evil Maharani, made it one of the most memorable films of that era.

Movie rating: One star

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Film Companion

Rahul Desai of Film Companion called the film “dreadful” and “atrocious”. He bemoaned that the performances of the actors “sticks out like a sore thumb.” Moreover, he said that everyone’s a bit cuckoo in Sadak 2.The irony about atrocious films is that talent sticks out like a sore thumb. Alia throwing the kitchen sink at emotional scenes makes for a strange sort of cognitive dissonance – it’s like everyone else except her got the memo. After a while, her sincerity starts to look satirical, with echoes of her ‘Genius of the Year’ performance.

According to us, we are not completely sure that the movie is that terrible or just a victim of indignation and vote-bridaging. See it for yourself as well!

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Beauty Tips Shared By Our Beloved Celebrities

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Life amidst the Covid-19 pandemic has been difficult and distressing. A lot of people had no work to do as it required travelling, so they sought refuge in cooking, baking, gardening and even becoming hair-cutters. Moreover, Bollywood celebrities shared their beauty and work-out routine, opening their youtube channels. We all want that crystal clear skin and natural glow on our faces that the ladies of Bollywood have. Here are a few beauty and healthcare tips followed by our celebrities that they shared during the lockdown with their fans:

Priyanka Chopra’s Sea Salt Lip Scrub

 

In an interview, Priyanka Chopra shared her recipe for making your very own lip scrub at home. She said, “Add a pinch of sea salt, a few drops of pure glycerin, and a few drops of rose water to a bowl. Mix to combine, then gently rub the mixture over your lips. Wash it off, and you will see plumper, pinker, and smoother lips instantly. A few drops of fresh lemon juice can be added to brighten the uneven colour.”

Bhagyashree’s Hair Conditioner

 

Bhagyashree swears by using coconut milk as a key ingredient. She shared, “Lauric acid in coconut milk strengthens the hair follicles and reduces the hair loss. Also, coconut milk is packed with essential nutrients that nourish your hair and promote hair growth.  Coconut milk works as a conditioner for our hair. If not with anything else, you can use coconut milk along on your hair. It works like a leave-in conditioner, making your hair thick and strong. “

Anushka Sharma’s Dental Tip

 

Anushka spoke about the importance of regularly practising the ancient Ayurvedic method of oil pulling. She shared a string of pictures on Instagram where she is seen performing the “morning ritual”. “My morning ritual of Oil pulling in the company of my sweet-smoosh-doggo Dude! Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic practise known as ‘kavala’ or ‘gundusha’, a dental technique that involves swishing little oil in your mouth on an empty stomach for few minutes and then spitting it out. This action is excellent for dental hygiene and health and also draws out toxins in the body.

 

Raveena Tandon’s Hairfall Remedy

Tandon has shared many beauty tips on her IG. To prevent hair fall, she posted a video on Instagram, where she talked about the benefits of “amla” or gooseberries. Furthermore, she said, “Since the lockdown, it’s been a bit of a break for me as there are no shoots, so no excessive blow drys, tongs or curlers in the hair, since a month and a half, taken through a natural cleansing routine, no chemicals or chemical-filled shampoos.”  She also added the caption, “#gonatural #beautytalkieswithravz”.

 

Malaika Arora’s love for Aloe Vera

 

Malaika Arora has many beauty tips up her sleeves.  She spoke about her faith in Aloe-Vera: “Skin issue is something that almost everyone in the world resonates with irrespective of their age or gender. Some have dry skin, some have oily, some have acne-prone skin and some have extremely sensitive skin like I do. I have to be extremely careful of what I put in my skin cos any wrong product can do more damage than benefit.” Arora said she swears by fresh aloe vera gel. “A natural ingredient that I swear by for my skin is fresh Aloe vera gel right from my very own home garden. Fresh Aloe vera agrees with most of the skin types so anyone can try it. Just cut one piece, slice it open and scoop up the gooey goodness from within and apply it evenly on ur face like a cooling mask.”

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Indian Web Series Based On True Events

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Indian streaming platforms are rife with real-life related content. The OTT platforms have been providing viewers with a semi-fictionalized account of real-life events, be it SonyLIV’s Avrodh: The Siege Inside or Netflix’s Delhi Crime. So, if you want to watch some serious content based on real-life events find below our list of Indian web series which are based on true events.

Indian web series that took inspiration from real-life events:

The Verdict: State vs Nanavati

Streaming on: ALTBalaji, ZEE5

The Verdict: State vs Nanavati borrows their storey from the notorious case of KM Nanavati vs Maharashtra state. It focuses on the murder case of 1959. Moreover, it distinguishes the 10 episode web series is that it not only observes the true tale but also uses the actual names of those involved.

Avrodh: The Siege Within

Streaming on: SonyLIV

Avrodh: Streaming on SonyLIV, Siege Inside recounts the preparation that went into the decision of the Indian government to avenge the killing of 19 soldiers at the Uri Army base camp with surgical strikes on terrorist launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC). Further, the plot of the nine-episode web series is comparable to the 2019 National Award-winning film Uri: The Surgical Attack, it is quite different in treatment.

Kaafir

Streaming on: ZEE5

Inspired by a true storey, Kaafir is set in Kashmir, starring Dia Mirza and Mohit Raina in the leading roles. The web series is directed by Sonam Nair and written by Bhavani Iyer. In addition, it tells the storey of a woman from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, Kainaz Akhtar, who ends up in a prison in India and is branded a militant.

Delhi Crime

Streaming on: Netflix

The Netflix series of seven episodes brings us back to the horrific rape that occurred in Delhi in 2016. It highlights how the Delhi police nabbed the six men responsible for the murder. What makes Delhi Crime a great binge-watch is its competent Shefali Shah-led cast and Richie Mehta’s crisp narrative. Indeed, it’s one of Netflix’s best Indian series.

Abhay

Streaming on: ZEE5

The first episode of ZEE5’s crime thriller Abhay took inspiration from the horrific account of serial killings, cannibalism, sexual assault and necrophilia. Which held in Nithari, a small village in the Noida suburbs that had left everyone shocked in 2006.

Jamtara

Streaming on: Netflix

The tale of Jamtara-Sabka Number Ayega is based on real events in the town of Jamtara, Jharkhand, linked to phishing scams. A gang of school dropouts led by Sunny Mondal rob people of their money by posing as employees of respectable firms. Moreover, to extract personal information including passwords and credit card numbers.

Special Ops

Streaming on: Disney+ Hotstar 

Disney Plus+ Hotstar spy drama Special Operations, led by Kay Kay Menon, draws inspiration from many terrorist attacks. Mainly the ones that have taken place in India over the past 19 years. Beginning with the attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001, it continues to pursue the one mastermind behind 26/11 attacks and terror attacks in Kashmir.

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Salman Khan’s SK27 Gym Opens In Vasant Vihar, Delhi

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Salman Khan is known for his chiselled physique and brawny body. And yes, he was the one who started the trend of going shirtless in Bollywood. Bhai is all about fitness. From regularly sharing his workout routine to cycling on the streets of Mumbai, he promotes the importance of keeping fit. We all know that he is a gym enthusiast, never skipping his gym workout even after having such a hectic schedule. A lot of his male fans love his body and strive to attain those abs and cuts. Well, good news for them as Salman Khan has just opened a new gym in New Delhi: SK27 Gym. After the success of the ‘Being Strong Fitness Equipment’, Salman tried his hands on this venture. He aims to open 300 gyms across the country.

SK27 Gym

 

Location

3 Basant Lok PVR Priya Complex,
Vasant Vihar Delhi – 110 057

 Landmark – Opposite PVR Priya Cinema

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+91 9907040704, +91 9907050705

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The gym specialises in various arenas like Cardio, Strength Training, Functional Training, Free Weights, Shower, Pro-Shop, Group Fitness Studio, Nutritionist & Physiotherapy.

SK27 Gym- Virtual Tour

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A Virtual Tour of Delhi’s First Premium Gym – SK-27 Gym. Pre book your slot now. Contact: 9907040704 / 9907050705 Visit: www.delhi1.sk27gym.com Mail: delhi1@sk27gym.com To know more about our facilities and safety guidelines and SOPS. #virtualtour #strengthtraining #beingsalmankhan #sk27gym #sk27gymvasantvihar #delhis1stgymbysalmankhan #beingfit #crossfit #beinghuman #beingstrongindia #fitindia #feelthepain #committobefit #indiafightscorona #protectivemask #healthylifestyle #workoutmotivation #nevergiveup #fitnessmotivation #yoga #strengthandconditioning #weareback #sanitisation #socialdistancing #youarestrongerthanyouthink #believeinyourself #boostyourimmunesystem #reopeningsoon

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The SK27 gym is quite spacious. There are separate spaces for different types of training. Don’t forget to look at the washrooms which appear to be immaculately clean–Well, that the need of the hour!

Safety Procedures – Vacuuming/ Sanitation

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Your safety is our priority. Each floor and touch points are thoroughly sanitised after each slot. We strictly comply with the COVID-19 guidelines shared by WHO. We are extremely excited to announce that we are open! #back2gym The Delhi government has lifted the ban from the gyms and fitness clubs to operate with complete adherence of COVID SOP’s and norms. We shall be deploying 15th, 16th and 17th for deep cleaning and sanitising and therefore official open for workout from Friday that is 18th September 2020. Pre book your slot now. Call us: 9907040704 / 9907050705 Visit: www.delhi1.sk27gym.com Mail: delhi1@sk27gym.com To know more about our facilities and safety. #weareopen #weareback #thenewer #sk27gym #sk27gymvasantvihar #delhigym #delhipremiumgym #vasantvihar #beingsalmankhan #sanitisation #safetyfirst #indiafightscorona #covidguidlines #delhis1stgymbysalmankhan #beingfit #crossfit #beinghuman #beingstrongindia #fitindia #feelthepain #committobefit #indiafightscorona #healthylifestyle #workoutmotivation #nevergiveup #fitnessmotivation #socialdistancing #believeinyourself #boostyourimmunesystem

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Taking all the safety measures and precaution, the gym owners shared various pictures of sanitisation. Moreover, they captioned one of the posts as,

“Your safety is our priority. Each floor and touchpoints are thoroughly sanitised after each slot. We also vacuum the whole training floor to maintain pristine hygiene. We strictly comply with the COVID-19 guidelines shared by WHO.

We are extremely excited to announce that we are open! #back2gym

The Delhi government has lifted the ban from the gyms and fitness clubs to operate with complete adherence of COVID sops and norms.
We shall be deploying 15th, 16th and 17th for deep cleaning and sanitising and therefore official open for workout from Friday that is 18th September 2020. “

Pre-book your slot now.
Call us: 9907040704 / 9907050705
Visit: www.delhi1.sk27gym.com
Mail: delhi1@sk27gym.com
To know more about our facilities and safety.

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