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Kumar Vihaan Shergill aka Vicky Kaushal's URI: The Surgical Strike won awards

When Aditya Dhar decided to make a movie on the 2016 Surgical Strike, he didn’t expect the film to become a massive hit just like it did. The film went onto win many prestigious awards, including National Awards too. The movie’s famous dialogue, “How’s The Josh?” instantly became like an anthem for the entire nation. Kumar Vihaan Shergill’s character was beautifully done by Vicky Kaushal.  

URI: The Surgical Strike is based on the retaliation by the Indian Army in response to the terror attacks by the enemies at the Uri base camp in September. Vicky Kaushal( Major Kumar Vihaan Shergill) leads a coupe and carry out a covert operation to avenge the fallen Indian soldiers. Vicky plays Major Kumar Vihaan Singh Shergill, who returns to Delhi base camp for a peaceful life and takes care of his sick mother, but the urge to avenge his soldier brothers calls him back on the border, and he does. Kumar Vihaan is known for his meticulous strategizing and planning in missions is called by the Army head to lead the coupe and train them for the task. 

In addition to the cast is Yami Gautam, Kirti Kulhari, Paresh Rawal, and Mohit Raina. The story of the movie is predictable as we know how it ends. But the tricky part in the film is how it happens is beautifully captured and portrayed by the team of URI. 

Vicky Kaushal, as Kumar Vihaan is very convincing onscreen and makes your patriotic mind rise with his heartfelt dialogues. Even if you don’t praise India as a country, URI makes you believe that you should go in every possible way. The way he portrays the character of a Major who wants to retire from Army life because his sick mother needs him is too real to watch. He takes the movie ahead on his shoulder with other cast supporting him throughout. 

In the film, there is a severe disagreement between the intelligence conflicts in Pakistan as compared to those taking place in India. The officials in the neighboring country consistently put down India at any chance they get. Pakistani officials are clumsy, with some burp-induced humor, and are shown willing to drink themselves silly, whereas the Indians are always alert and on their toes.

Because the movie is too patriotic too watch and successfully makes an impact on the audience, it is highly appreciated. The film leaves you with a bittersweet memory of the fallen soldiers, and later, the Indian Army successfully avenging them. The movie went onto win many awards, including the National Awards too. 

Vicky Kaushal ( Kumar Vihaan Shergill)  was awarded Best Actor, whereas Aditya Dhar was awarded Best Director for URI. When asked about the success of URI, Aditya mentioned that 15 years of failure, rejection leads to this, then it’s all worth. 

Well, we hope that movies like URI are made so that people would know the struggle of the Indian Army and appreciate them more than we do. As for the awards and recognition, URI turned out to be a massive success for debutant director Aditya Dhar as well as Vicky Kaushal ( Kumar Vihaan Shergill). There are some headlines that the duo is planning another project together, and we can’t wait for another successful movie like URI. 

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The second (and last) stop of my trip to Ukraine took me to Kyiv, as complex and exciting as it is. In this city of about four million people, on the banks of the Dnieper, we constantly pass from one world to another. The richness of the Orthodox Churches, the embalmed Saints, the Orange Revolution, the memories of the Soviet era, Euromaidan and the twenty-first century that began, innovative, feverish, overflowing with desires … Three hours by plane from Paris, Kyiv deserves to have spent a long weekend there, or even more If so 

If Ukraine is the poorest country in Europe, the standard of living is higher in Kyiv than anywhere else. The capital tries to live as much western fashion as possible, as restaurants, bars, and modern places thrive and welcome young people who crave pleasure. 

Like the other day, when I told you about Odessa, I would like to answer a question many travelers have asked themselves. Can we go to Ukraine today? I mean, is this reasonable, given that French diplomacy officially advises against going to specific regions? 

The answer is yes, we can go to Ukraine without any problem. Provided that the Crimea and Donbas, the administrative regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, are inevitably avoided. There, in the east of the country, the armed conflict still opposes the Ukrainian army and Russian-speaking separatists who partially occupy these lands. 

On the other hand, there is no problem in Kyiv, as you will quickly see for yourselves … No problem, therefore, to visit this capital. But why do you choose to go there? 

1. It is easy, without visa requirements

Let it be said, we do not need a visa for Ukraine. Unlike Russia. So if you want to travel easily, while you are entitled to golden lamps for the glittering Orthodox churches in the sun, choose Ukraine! 

2.Because the destination is really inexpensive

Ukraine, the poorest country in Europe, is a really cheap destination. When I say Europe, of course, I do not mean the European Union. Because even if she dreamed of a secret (Galina recognized him, our wonderful guide, … even before the first vodka cup), Ukraine is not part of the European Union. 

It had just had distinguished relations with the latter, which were defined by the 1994 Budapest Conventions. Then it was strengthened by the signing, in 1998, of a partnership and cooperation agreement. But the European Union is still far away, as is the standard of living of Poland or the Baltic states, which has returned to Europe. 

3.Because Lourde Catacombs alone are worth a visit 

It is the Lord of the Orthodox, meaning that the place is sacred. Spiritually and wonderfully important, especially when you discover it in bright sunlight. It is impossible to describe this entire complex, which covers 28 hectares and where 120 siblings still live. 

At the top, a series of churches (Saint Nicholas, Trinity Church, etc.) contains many wonders. 

Oddly enough, there are also a number of museums on-site, including the amazing Miniature Museum of Medicine. I don’t have pictures to show you around because photos are banned. But you need to know that you will find incredible things like the smallest chessboard in the world, placed on top of a pin (a special dedication to my father). Or a picture of Russian Allied musician (re-dedication …) engraved on a grain of half a poppy. 

 These are the catacombs of 123 embalmed monks, including a large number of saints. To understand the existence of these monuments from the eleventh and twelfth centuries, you should know that the monastery was founded in 1051 by Saint Anthony, a Greek monk. With his student Theodosius, they dug caves, where they lived as hermits, with other monks, to flee the world. After their deaths, the bodies remained there, preserved naturally thanks to the freshness and the absence of moisture. 

Together with my traveling companions, we went to the catacombs, where taking photos is of course forbidden. The hijab for girls, a candle in hand for everyone, made little progress in a long line of pilgrims. If you have indoor fear, avoid it because you quickly feel trapped, especially if there are people! 

If you resist this ordeal, you will see many mummies and saints, embalmed and fully dressed, from their guess, here and there, toe or toe. Nothing scary, except for these narrow underground tunnels and ultimately a wonderful spiritual experience. 

4. Because Kyiv is full of riches

It is impossible to list them all, especially since my article really promises to be very long. I have just put out some pictures of the sites to visit, based on the time you spend there … the memorial of the city’s founders, the monastery of Saint Michel, the statue of the motherland (height 102 meters!) With a museum in its foot, and the Museum of World War II Museum with its Stalinist statues Terrible, its markets, St. André Street, the small local Montmartre and the paradise of discoverers … everyone will choose according to his temperament and his positions’ benefit …

5.Because Kyiv keeps a little “in its juice” from the Soviet era

Ukraine may claim its independence loud and clear (and we understand it!) And fight militarily against the former big brother in Donbas, and Kyiv, in some respects, still has a small, former site of the Soviet Union. Don’t bother him … I thought about one evening when I saw old tram cars (but I think there are newer cars than them …). 

6.Because Kyiv is a great book for contemporary history

I don’t know if you remember, but the Orange Revolution, a large popular movement that allowed the Ukrainian opposition to take power in 2004, will remain one of the events of the beginning of the 21st century. 

A decade or so later, from November 2013 to February 2014, it was the Oromedan Movement that led to the overthrow of President Yanukovych. The same man who refused to sign a partnership agreement with the European Union. 

Both led to mass rallies at the Nizalnosti Square or Independence Square. 

As a result, this square, the beating heart of the city, has become a place of memorialization. Today there are a series of signs that commemorate these events, which left many dead. Like an open-air museum dedicated to the contemporary history of Ukraine … a museum reminiscent of the past struggles, the collective strength and the spirit of brotherhood that exploded on the scene. Galina was still shivering voice, years later. 

7.Because Kyiv has great places to eat and go out

If Ukraine is the poorest country in Europe, the standard of living is higher in Kyiv than anywhere else in the country. The capital tries to live as much western fashion as possible, as restaurants, bars, and modern places thrive and welcome young people who crave pleasure. 

The craziest place we saw during our stay was OB, a restaurant located under Independence Square. 

In fact, its name, OB like Obarykada, means the last barricade. In fact, it is located directly above the restaurant and you can see it through the glass roof. The place is also a really small museum, various souvenirs decorating the walls. 

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Drake baby mom Sophie Brussaux shows off her killer abs and reveals her cellulite in a stunning swimsuit – fans love wildly

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Drake’s Baby Mama, Sophie Brussaux, Shows Off Her Killer Abs and Reveals Her Cellulite In Stunning Bathing Suit Photos — Fans Love Her Fierceness, Sophie Brosso, is still surprised by social media, while the former rapper’s partner shares photos of a new vacation in Turkey and Caicos. 

Talented people recently updated Instagram with its perfect charm. 

In the photo, the 30-year-old artist wears a tight swimsuit and does not look like makeup. Sophie describes the picture as “xenon shaking Siri.” 

This item has been quickly reviewed and approved by thousands of people and many opinions about the clean look. 

He appears to have received a gift from Brussaux during his vacation because he proudly shared a selfie while wearing a new coin, sunstone, sudden stone at the Spirit store. 

In the comment, Brussaux expressed his gratitude to the present and said that this type of stone is very suitable for him because it reflects the mark of Liu Zodiac. 

However, although she was not perfect during the holidays, Brussaux shared another bikini image of the model in front of the mirror, which made it clear that she was happy. But missing in the gym 

A fan told a French artist, “Don’t be afraid to show off natural patterns and cellulite when you’re great. Show yourself well! Great attitude! You always show great strength and loyalty!” 

“Is this your birthmark?” The sponsor asked. I think it’s tattooed. “I understand the biggest @ champagnepapi” 

These fans ask Rexua to share photos of Adonis: “On TV, other people talk about their children and say you are painting women? Why do you allow girls in the Atlantic to see their children but the world cannot do that.” 

Last November, Bricco issued the news when he met the famous Pope Francis and donated it as a gift. 

The gifts were created in honor of the leaders of the Catholic Church for a concert for the poor 2019, November 9. 

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” Machrou3i Fi Bledi ” – To enhance Magreb diaspora to invest in their homeland .

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In 2011 Tunisia successfully deposed its dictatorial political regime and has since established a democratic government. Largely supported by the international community, Tunisia has embarked on a journey to establish a new government operated by the rule of law through the cooperation of both government and non-governmental organizations. This cooperation resulted in the award of a Nobel Peace Prize in 2015.

The country has embraced democracy and seeks to further develop democratic principles through legal and economic reforms, including tax incentives, vocational training, and attraction of both domestic and foreign investment.

To improve Tunisia’s attractiveness to investors, Hadhri Marouen and his team created the company Machrou3i Fi Bledi. The company was formed on March 13, 2015, and its fundamental objective is the development of entrepreneurial spirit among young Tunisians diaspora and encouragement to participate in the creation of small to medium-sized business enterprises.

The company has thus far trained over 2200 people, 11 percent of which have launched their own business projects. If Tunisia is to achieve greater prosperity and social equity for its citizens, it must further integrate into the modern world economy.

Innovative startups must be the engine that propels into the 21st Century,  More than 2200 aspiring Tunisian entrepreneurs have participated in training cycles organized by Machrou3i Fi Bledi.

Seminars and workshops are conducted in seven Governantes in collaboration with 18 domestic and international partners for the purpose of making training locally available to disadvantaged regions of the country.

In addition to seminars and workshops, we offer individualized counseling and mentoring to assist and encourage business development. It is our belief that with additional funding we can expand the scope of our efforts to reach more Tunisians and enhance the quality of our services by obtaining the services of highly qualified and experienced business professionals to assist in our mission.

Our role is to work together with these young promoters to overcome adversity by providing them with mentoring, coaching and networking. MFB services cover Tunis, Sousse, Monastir, Sfax as well as rural regions in West and South Tunisia to become the leader of the social business ecosystem in Tunisia.

Additionally, we have performed work abroad targeting the Maghreb diaspora in Algeria, France, Germany, Denmark and Egypt demand for our services experienced sharp growth and our objective is to expand our coverage to support Tunisians abroad.

MFB Page : https://www.facebook.com/machrou3ifibledi

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