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‘Bigg Boss 14’: Jasmin Bhasin, Jaan Shanu And Others To Be Quarantined Soon?



According To The Latest Reports, Jasmin Bhasin, Jaan Shanu And Others To Be Quarantined Soon Before The Show Stars Premiering

‘Bigg Boss’ is one of the most controversial show in TV-town and it is known for ruling the TRP charts. This Salman Khan hosted show has been delayed this year due to the pandemic lockdown situations, however, the makers recently made the announcement of premiering the show in the first week of October. According to the latest reports, Jasmin Bhasin, Jaan Shanu, Eijaz Khan, Aly Goni to be quarantined way before the show kick starts.

According to the media reports, the celebrities who are participating in the upcoming season of ‘Bigg Boss’, will be put under a strict quarantine starting from the month of September till the time they enter the BB house. The show is set to be premiered from October 3. Celebs that are making rounds to be first put under quarantine are Jasmin Bhasin, Jaan Shanu, Eijaz Khan, Aly Goni.

All the medical and safety precautions will be taken before the contestants enter the house. Meanwhile, the makers are yet to officially announce the final list of contestants taking part in the show. Earlier, the show was reportedly  delayed due to the delay in the construction of the sets which was affected by heavy rains and pandemic lockdown.

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Neil Nitin Mukesh Celebrates Daughter Nurvi’s 2nd Birthday, Posts Sweetest Wish For Her




Neil Nitin Mukesh took to Instagram to share an adorably cute picture with his 2-year-old daughter Nurvi on her second birthday on Sunday. The actor posts regular updates through pictures and videos of his little girl on social media and has regularly treated his followers with doses of cheerfulness by Nurvi. On her birthday, the proud father has the most heartwarming message for his daughter as he captioned his picture by wishing his “angel” and telling her that “papa” loves her the most.

Have a look:

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While fans of the father-daughter duo flooded the comments with best wishes and blessings for the little one, Neil Nitin Mukesh’s friends from the industry also showered their blessings on her. Actors Abhishek Bachchan and Genelia Deshmukh shared their best wishes for Nurvi through their replies on Neil’s post.

Have a look:


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Neil also shared a video montage of Nurvi’s 2nd birthday celebrations through social media where the little one can be seen running around the house. The actor has tagged his family, including his wife Rukmini, father Nitin Mukesh, brother Naman Mukesh among others, in the adorable 4 minute long video and captioned it, “My baby turns 2 ❤️❤️”

Have a look:

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Neil Nitin Mukesh has been active on social media through the lockdown and has often shared adorable videos of his playtime with 2-year-old Nurvi. The tiny tot is often seen dancing or babbling in the videos and paints a cute picture along with her father in the photos. Earlier this week, he posted a photo of Nurvi sitting on the ledge of a fountain wearing a pink tracksuit and two ponytails. The actor gave an adorable yet hilarious caption to this photo as he wrote, “Don’t be deceived by the angelic look 😁👼”

Read | Neil Nitin Mukesh’s daughter Nurvi looks adorable in pink; actor says ‘don’t be deceived’



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Abhimanyu Singh’s Birthday: 5 Memorable TV Shows He Starred In




Abhimanyu Singh is an actor who has always surprised his fans with his unique role choices. The actor, who is known for playing many memorable roles in Bollywood, Tollywood, and Bhojpuri cinema, has often received critical acclaim for many of his performances. He first started out as a TV personality. He made his debut in Aks and went on to star in many other commercially and critically successful films. Let’s take a look at TV shows the actor did before he made it big in the film industry.

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Abhimanyu Singh’s TV shows


Swaabhimaan was a daily soap directed by Mahesh Bhatt and Debaloy Dey. The show was scripted by Shobha De and Vinod Ranganath. The plot of the show revolved around the story of a woman named Svetlana, who struggles to deal with her own demons. The serial aired from 1995 to 1997. The show featured Kitu Gidwani, Abhimanyu Singh, Anju Mahendru, Deepak Parashar, and others in pivotal roles.

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Yug is a Hindi television series that aired on DD National from 1996 to 1998. The show was a fictional series depicting the story of Indian freedom fighters and their struggle to win freedom for our country. The series was produced and directed by Sunil Agnihotri and had notable actors like Javed Khan, Pankaj Dheer, Sudesh Berry, Hema Malini, Vinod Kapoor, and Abhimanyu Singh starred in the lead roles.

Kumkum-Ek Pyara Sa Bandhan

Kumkum – Ek Pyara Sa Bandhan was a television series that aired on Star Plus from July 15, 2002, to March 13, 2009, in the afternoon slot. Well-known actors like Hussain Kuwajerwala and Juhi Parmar played the lead roles Sumit and Kumkum, respectively. The show received the highest ratings in the afternoon slot and was regarded as one of the longest ran Indian soap during afternoons.


Kkusum is a series produced by Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Telefilms which aired on Sony Entertainment Television. The show starred Nausheen Ali Sardar in the titular role, and after a generation leap, it was played by Manasi Joshi Roy and Shilpa Saklani. The show aired from May 14, 2001, to November 30, 2005.

Saara Akaash

Saara Akaash was a television series that aired on Star Plus every Thursday at 9 pm. The show premiered on August 7, 2003, and aired till July 28, 2005. The show featured Sai Deodhar, Shakti Anand, Sonal Sehgal, Abhimanyu Singh, and others in pivotal roles. The fictional show depicted the personal and professional lives of Indian Air Force officers. The series which was supposed to end in 2004, got an extension for a year due to its good viewership.

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Artemis Fowl Review: Branaugh’s Genius Disappoints With Its Mainstream Magic Repertoire




The long-awaited adaptation of Eoin Colfer’s Artemis Fowl book series is here. Readers of the franchise may have felt a flicker of hope looking at the magnanimity of names involved here. There’s Judi Dench, there’s Colin Farrell, and there’s Kenneth Branaugh helming the Disney’s ambition to make Artemis Fowl as big as JK Rowling’s fantasy franchise. There’s nothing wrong with having that ambition, but it falls flat trying too hard to spin the magic another book franchise has had has over its readers.

The 95-minute long story begins with Josh Gad’s Mulch Diggums narrating the story with neat, wanderlust-triggering montages of Ireland, and the Fowls’ love for it. It seems all too spelled out. Diggums repeatedly, throughout the movie keeps highlighting what a genius this boy is, and how afraid one should be of this twelve-year-old mastermind. Diggums’ appearance comes as a stark reminder of what Hagrid would look like if he did not live on the school grounds and did not have Dumbledore to take care of him.

Boy Genius?

Artemis Fowl Jr. is the ‘suited up’ 12-year-old boy genius in the spotlight here, at what can be assumed as a therapist’s clinic, defying and one-upping the man trying to do his job of managing a pre-teen with daddy issues that crop up periodically. One can understand, that perhaps, a parents’ absence can render one numb with denial and repressed angst. But then Ferdia Shaw’s Artemis Jr. remains the same boy who walked out of the therapist’s with a poker face, reeking of condescension. Imagining Iain Armitage present on the sets helping Shaw settle on a middle-ground on how exactly a pre-pubescent Young Sheldon is not difficult.

Artemis Fowl Sr. and his son live in a large mansion, where Colin Farrell’s and Shaw’s Artemises talk about faerie folk, he passionately tells stories to his son about how the faerie folk and the fantastical elements of Irish folklores. The father and son recite Irish blessings to each other. Cute. Perhaps the only time you’re engaged into the film as it gives our young Artemis a purpose when Artemis Sr. gets kidnapped, and he begins looking for the ‘Aculos’.

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The Acu‘los-t’

Aculos is the most powerful object to ever exist in the Artemis Fowl universe. The being who has kidnapped Artemis Fowl Sr. wants it. The being, Opal Koboi was the most powerful faerie at one point. But Opal Koboi turned bad. Now Opal Koboi, with a snigger-inducing shrill voice, wants the Aculos to rule the world and basically wipe out some part of the world and establish supremacy….. Sounds way too familiar, doesn’t it?

Branaugh, in one of his interviews with international media said that Eoin Colfer gave him a lot of liberty in shaping Artemis’ character and the universe. And yet, Haven City is what happens when you rush through platform 9 ¾ – lovely, yet now mundane. For those who know and understand the theory of Agartha, or simply enjoyed the Journey To The Center Of The Earth would be slightly disappointed in the CGI used to show the Haven City. While the underlying theme of steampunk is a visual refresher, the ‘haven’ of creatures of the folklore is not expected as a blue tinged large cave. Artemis Jr. would be disappointed.

Judi Dench remains the saving grace who lights up the screen with her presence. Her role as Commander Root shows her as the matriarch-ish boss of L.E.PRECON (the faeries who police the netherworld). Even she is not immune to the painfully simplified plotline and dumbed-down dialogues that are repeated to the point they can be compiled into a song – ‘Find the Aculos’, ‘Keep the Aculos safe’, We must recover the Aculos’ and then some more – is just one example. Lara McDonnell as Captain Holly Short does a great job as a young officer wanting to find the truth about her father, falls into the Aculos trap herself.

She and Artemis meet only about a couple of hours after Artemis’ father is kidnapped. And by then, Artemis knows practically everything there was to know about the faerie world – one which he did not believe until his father disappeared and the family bodyguard Domovoi Butler played by Nonso Anozie convinces him. The boy genius is prepared for war against faeries within minutes!

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The Lockhart Hangover

When a book is adapted into a film, makers can stress more on the visuals. Garish CGI drives it while emotions take a backseat, ruining the movie with indifference as of a stubborn child wanting to become the next franchise runner. Technicalities of the prose that miss translation on-screen are forgivable. But what could have made up, is the soul – one does not feel what Colfer must want us to feel.

Shaw maintains a cool facade through most of the film – even when his curly-haired friend Juliet is attacked by a troll – in a bathroom. Hmm. While in parts, the movie exudes vibes of The Spiderwick Chronicles the vengeful satisfaction of watching Mulgarath meeting a hilariously tragic fate is missing. Colin Farrell and Judi Dench’s talents are embarrassingly underused.

Branaugh’s genius is known globally. It disappoints, and his Gilderoy Lockhart hangover may have spilled over in Artemis Fowl. But one thing done right here may just be that Artemis Jr. is a rather pro-active kid than a passive Harry and or a whiny Frodo. Art’s taking cues from Kevin McCallister on how to keep unwanted visitors away from the house, and have a great adventure doing so. If the reports state right that Eoin Colfer allowed these many changes in the movie, watching this may leave a bad aftertaste for the fans of the series. And post this, one readers may hope that Colfer’s recently released, brand new stand-alone adult-fantasy Highfire does not become a movie. Because books, will always be better the film.

The movie is a two stars out of four

Where to watch Artemis Fowl?

The movie is available to watch on Disney+ Hotstar from June 12.

(Promo image credit:  Artemis Fowl instagram)

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