Jitendra Kumar: ‘Ayushmann Khurrana, Neena Gupta bring a lot of positive energy on the sets’

Soon after the success of Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, Jitendra Kumar is back with co-star Neena Gupta in their new web show, Panchayat. The actor, who had played a gay man and romanced none other than Ayushmann Khurrana in the film, now turns a sulking panchayat secretary on the show. The actor is himself an IIT graduate and is happy to have found his footing in the industry.

Star kids raise awareness over Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic currently remains the most talked-about issue the world over, and not only celebrities but even their kids are doing their bit in this collective fight against the deadly novel coronavirus. Through pictures and videos posted on social media, star kids are proving to be second to none in spreading awareness about the fast-spreading illness.

Sachin?Tendulkar’s 241 against Australia most disciplined innings of his Test career, says Brian Lara

Former West Indies batsman Brian Lara said that Sachin Tendulkar’s unbeaten 241-run knock against Australia was the most disciplined and determined innings of his Test career. Tendulkar, who made his debut in the longest format of the game as a 16-year-old, finished his 24-year-long career as Test cricket’s highest-run scorer. “Can you imagine playing Test cricket at the age of 16 until the next 24 years. That is just unbelievable. Sachin has played some amazing innings throughout his career but none with more discipline and determination like his 241* against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG),” Lara said in an Instagram post.

Blocking export of coronavirus-related medical equipment would be a ‘mistake’, Canadian PM Trudeau warns Trump

Even as the Donald Trump’s White House has adopted an America First approach to sourcing critical medical supplies related to countering the coronavirus pandemic with steps like blocking exports of such equipment to other countries, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has warned the American President that taking such a measure will be a “mistake.”