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Bhula Dunga: SidNaaz’ chemistry in this heartfelt song will remind you of Bigg Boss days



BiggBoss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill, lovingly called SidNaaz by their fans, have finally come together for the first time after the controversial reality show Bigg Boss.

The duo is seen in the just-released song called Bhula Dunga by Darshan Raval and their amazing chemistry has become the talk of the town.

This is Sidharth’s first music video and SidNaaz fans were eagerly waiting for the song to hit YouTube. Even before the release of the song, it ruled on Twitter and garnered millions of tweets.

In the love ballad by Darshan Raval, Sidharth and Shehnaaz’s bond has done wonders again. In the song Bhula Dunga, the duo is seen showing heartbreak as they get separated. Within a few minutes of the release, the song earned more than 3 lakh views on YouTube.

The song and the chemistry will remind you of their bonding in the Bigg Boss 13 house.

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Their popularity has grown each day, even after Shehnaaz entered the house again for her next show Mujhse Shaadi Karoge. The Punjab Ki Katrina Kaif was supposed to find a groom for herself on the show but she confessed her love for Sidharth and came out alone.

SidNaaz craze: Ahead of song release, #BhulaDungaFirstLook trends

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On the Unexpected Feelings of Longing Brought On by Paparazzi Shots of Mask-less Celebrities in London



On July 4, Chris Evans and Lily James were photographed leaving a party at a private club in London, and then again entering the same hotel. They were dressed to the nines—she in heels, a red dress, and an overcoat; he in a crisp suit, no tie. Neither was wearing a mask. The pictures, published in the Daily Mail on Monday, were a portal to another time, one when a paparazzi stalk could lead to breaking news of a potential budding romance like this one. A time before sticking close to home was the order of the day for celebrities and laypeople alike.

The next time a photographer saw them, days later, they were walking in daylight with handkerchiefs tied around their heads, perhaps with the new knowledge that they could be tailed. Hers was light blue. His was Patriots merch. In fact his whole ensemble was Boston-themed—from the Red Sox hat down to that style of long-sleeve baseball tee that the city of Boston requires men who work out to wear. It is as if, for a moment, they are cosplaying what it is like to be in America, where you simply gotta wear a mask.

As of this week, the U.S. has been averaging around 50,000 new cases a day. Los Angeles, where the stars live, has become a hotspot, and mask-wearing is compulsory. And it’s funny, because something has to be: scrolling through the photos in People’s Star Tracks, a photo gallery populated with celebrities living their lives in the wild, one can almost always guess where the stars are based solely on whether or not they are covering up. The most subtle flex is to be anywhere but here, in the U.S., where the virus is out of hand and politics makes it virtually impossible to do anything about it. And the biggest tell as to a person’s location in paparazzi photos has swiftly become whether they do or do not accessorize their face.

Guess which of the subjects in this list, culled from People, are wearing masks: “Penny Lancaster and Rod Stewart are all dressed up while leaving Annabel’s club in London on Saturday.” Or “Luke Evans shows off his enviable physique on Thursday while vacationing in Ibiza.” And “Lily-Rose Depp brings the style on Monday during a walk around Paris.” As well as “Liam Hemsworth and girlfriend Gabriella Brooks head out for lunch with family and friends on Friday in Byron Bay, Australia.” The answer is none of them! None of them are wearing masks!

Meanwhile, when “pregnant Sophie Turner covers her bump in pink on Monday while out in Los Angeles,” she is wearing a mask. And when Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez took a “bike ride around The Hamptons, New York,” they too “mask up.”

It’s not a decisive calculus. Sometimes celebrities in L.A. don’t wear masks too (see: Zachary Quinto. But celebrities in London and elsewhere outside of the U.S. appear like they don’t always need them while “stepping out,” in the Daily Mail vernacular, which is curious. It’s not that Great Britain handled its coronavirus response perfectly. There was the whole “herd immunity” false start. The U.K. has still been averaging 1,700 infections a day, per the Office for National Statistics, and has suffered deaths in the tens of thousands. But they have experienced a downward trend (the decline of people testing positive is possibly leveling off, according to ONS data), whereas graphs of new reported cases in the U.S. trend ever upward. A U.K. passport is welcome elsewhere in the European Union. A U.S. one is not.

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How to Watch UFC 251: Usman vs. Masvidal Live Stream and Fight Card



The UFC travels to Fight Island as Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal meet in the octagon at UFC 251!

Emanating from the Flash Forum on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, the hotly-anticipated Masvidal vs. Usman bout for the UFC Welterweight Championship is just one of three title fights on the card. In the co-main event, Alexander “The Great” Volkanovski puts his featherweight championship on the line against Max “Blessed” Holloway, and on the undercard, Petr Yan and Jose Aldo square off for the vacant bantamweight title.

Will the “Nigerian Nightmare” retain his welterweight title, or can Masvidal, the 2019 Fighter of the Year, capture UFC gold? We’ll soon find out.

Here’s how to watch UFC 251 live online.


UFC 251 officially begins tonight (July 11) at 6:00 p.m. ET with preliminary bouts on ESPN, ESPN+, and Fight Pass. The main card, which you can purchase through ESPN+, is expected to begin at around 10:00 p.m. ET.


Aside from Usman/Masvidal, the main card features the following bouts:

  • Alexander Volkanovski vs. Max Holloway
  • Petr Yan vs. Jose Aldo
  • Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas
  • Amanda Ribas vs. Paige Vanzant

You can preview the full card on UFC’s website.


UFC 251 is exclusive to ESPN+, so if you’re looking to stream this pay-per-view event, ESPN+ is your only option. If you’re a new subscriber to ESPN+, you can order UFC 251 and an annual ESPN+ subscription for $84.98. Note: Your annual ESPN+ subscription will auto-renew (which means you’ll be billed $49.99 plus tax) at the end of your subscription, so be sure to cancel before it runs out if you don’t want to be charged for another year.

If you already have ESPN+ or just don’t want to purchase a subscription, UFC 251 is also available to order for $64.99.

Both the early preliminary fights (6:00 p.m.) and the preliminary bouts (8:00 p.m.) will be available to stream on ESPN and ESPN+. You can also watch UFC 251’s preliminary bouts from 6:00-10:00 p.m. ET on (with a cable login), the ESPN app, or with an active subscription to Sling TV, AT&T TV NOW, YouTube TV, or Hulu + Live TV.

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Greyhound Ending: What Happened At The End Of The Tom Hanks Movie, And What It Means



Warning: spoilers for Greyhound are in the water. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, turn around and come back once you’ve experienced it for yourself.

This weekend sees Tom Hanks headed into another perilous adventure based on a true story, as Greyhound makes its debut on Apple TV+. However, if you’re a Hanks fan, or a World War II history nut, you probably already knew this. In which case, you’re here to read more about what exactly Greyhound’s ending entails, as the film is a little vague about where it leaves Hanks’ Captain Ernest Krause. As it turns out, the finale to the film actually takes on a bit of a different meaning when you really look at it.

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