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Kanche Inspired From Real Story
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Kanche Inspired From Real Story

Hyderabad: Unlike other mega heroes, Varun Tej is picking class and unique subjects. Flop result of debut film Mukunda didn't change Varun's approach. The tall hunk completed shooting of Kanche that is set for release on Gandhi Jayanti of October 2nd. First look poster of the film is released yesterday to optimistic response. Varun Tej has portrayed the role of a soldier and the film is about his adore for a young girl from his village. Pragya Jaiswal is Varun Tej's love interest in the Krish directorial.

It appears like Kanche is inspired from a real story. Recently, an old woman found few love letters of her mother written to her soldier dad during Second World War. The story was tear-jerking and instantly clicked on internet. The letters described how much they loved each other and how tough it was for the lady leading an emotional life in absence of her life partner. Unfortunately, the gentleman died in the war and the lady alone had taken care of their children.

Though lead character may not die in Kanche, director Krish would have presented the pure love story heart-touchingly.
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Want to have better sex? feed your lady love first

If you want great sex tonight, take your lady for a sumptuous dinner. No, not to set her mood right but to stave off her hunger pangs first. This was revealed by a small yet interesting study which appeared in the the journal Appetite.

According to researchers from University of California-San Diego, women with full stomachs are more likely to respond to romantic arousal than women with empty stomachs. “What [the study] does suggest is that our brains respond to different rewards with similar circuitry, and that they interact with each other," postdoctoral researcher Alice Ely told a popular media.

“One class of rewards (food, sex, money) potentially could make other classes of rewards more exciting or pleasant,” she was quoted as saying.

To reach this conclusion, Ely asked 20 women to fast for eight hours. After eight hours, they were then showed a series of “neutral” images and romantically-themed images and were placed under brain scans. Later, the women were given a 500-calorie nutrition supplement drink and were shown the same images again.

Ely and colleagues found the satiated women were “more responsive to romantic cues” than they were before they ate. “Physical discomfort is pretty incompatible with desire,” she noted.

After not eating for a long time, we feel uncomfortable and when we overeat, we are uncomfortable. Find the middle ground,” Ely told the media.
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Worked hard for the bikini scene in 'Shaandaar' : Alia Bhatt

Mumbai: Alia Bhatt, who will be seen donning a bikini in her upcoming movie 'Shaandaar', says she worked very hard to get her body into perfect shape for the scene.

Directed by Vikas Bahl, 'Shaandaar' is a romantic-comedy featuring Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in the lead roles and at the end of the film's trailer, Alia is seen donning a pink bikini. "We (Shahid and I) both were training...he was training just for his usual self, as he likes to stay fit. I was training hard for that bikini shot. I was on diet...was focused about getting it right. It was not an elaborate shot, but I worked so hard," Alia told reporters here at the trailer launch of Shaandaar.

Director Vikas Bahl said the bikini scene was shot on the "coldest day" and Alia was ready with a pair of pants to put it on soon after the shot. Alia reveals it is because of Shahid that she got to do two of her upcoming films -- 'Shaandaar' and 'Udta Punjab' with him. Photos: Shahid Kapoor, Alia Bhatt at the trailer launch of 'Shaandaar' 'The Student of the Year' actress was also thankful to her mentor Karan Johan, who launched her into filmdom and is also producing 'Shaandaar'.

"Karan started this journey...he has an important role in it. I chose to do different kind of roles. I believe variety is the spice of life. I am grateful to everyone for giving me an opportunity to choose and do different characters on screen. It is a conscious decision," Alia said. In Shaandaar, the actress plays the role of a free spirited girl named after herself-- Alia. "Alia and Alia both are mad. With this film I got to explore funny, quirky side of me. Alia in Shaandaar is intelligent," she added. The film is set to release on October 22.
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Grenade blast near mosque in J-K's Shopian injures 10 people

Shrinagar: A grenade explosion in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district injured 10 people on Thursday morning, sending a panic wave across the area in the wake of a spate of militant attacks.

The explosion occured after the morning prayer outside a mosque in Trenz, a village 60km south of Srinagar.

According to a police spokesperson, the explosive was placed under a container outside the Jama Masjid.

"When people picked up the glass the grenade exploded," the spokesperson said.

The injured have been shifted to the district hospital for treament.

Police are investigating, but no one has claimed responsibility for the blast.

Police defused a similar device in the area on Thursday in a house belonging to a commander of Hizbul Mujahedeen, the largest militant group in Kashmir, said police officer Syed Javaid Mujtaba Gillani.

A soldier was critically injured when militants fired at an army patrol in South Kashmir's Shopian district on Wednesday afternoon.
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