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Kapil Sharma is super stressed after the fight episode with Sunil Grover, these airport pics are proof

Kapil Sharma is certainly not in a good place after the unfortunate incident with Sunil Grover and others from The Kapil Sharma Show. The ouster of Grover from the popular show and fans dissing the celebrated comedian for his wrongful treatment of his co-stars has left a big dent on his image. Thanks to which, we’re now seeing a sullen, stressed out comedian, who is in no mood for the paparazzi’s flashlights. Sharma was spotted yesterday at the airport and with his image of being a ‘troublemaker’, the displeasure is visible right on his face. He dismissed the media, who tried to get pictures of him as he clearly seems to be too caught up with other things on mind. Ever since people have found out what exactly happened that led to the infamous split of Sunil Grover from The Kapil Sharma Show, things haven’t worked really well for Kapil.

A major brawl took place in of the Air India flights where the team of TKSS was present. Over an extremely minuscule reason, Sharma threw a shoe on Sunil and hurled verbal abuses at him, Chandan Prabhakar and Ali Asgar. This obviously led to the trio calling it quits and looking for better opportunities. But while they’ve disassociated themselves with the show, things have fallen apart for Sharma. The comedian might be sent a legal notice from Air India for misbehaving in their flight. And the show’s novelty, TRP and fame is crushing. Their attempt to make things work without Grover and the others hasn’t worked out as well. The show did an episode where Kapil invited his friends from The Great Indian Laughter Challenge. However, their done to death jokes and attempts to make anyone laugh has fallen flat.

So you can see why the comedian looks so troubled and stressed out at the airport. Much recently, we found out that the number of dislikes on the episodes uploaded on YouTube has increased tremendously while the likes remain at a low stance. The YouTube episodes, that usually score a yay from the audience also decided to boycott against the comedian as they hit the dislike button for the most recent episode. That episode didn’t have Dr Mashoor Gulati aka Sunil Grover and perhaps this is fans’ way of conveying the message that they’re not going to like TKSS if Grover doesn’t return. Damn, there is a lot in Kapil’s plate right now to ponder over. We wonder what the fate of the comedian is or if this is it for him.

What do you think, BollywoodLifers? Tell us in the comments box below. Stay tuned to this space for hot scoop and latest updates.

Virat Kohli says ‘not friends with Australians’ aimed at couple of individuals

​India captain Virat Kohli and Australia captain Steve Smith have shared a stormy equation during the India vs Australia Border-Gavaskar Trophy.(PTI)
Virat Kohli’s anger with Australia over their repeated jibes reached the tipping point after the Dharamsala Test in Border-Gavskar Trophy. The India captain said he was no longer friends with the team from Down Under.

The coment took the cricket world as several former players said that Kohli’s comment was very un-captain like.

Kohli, who will lead Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL), clarified that his comments were directed at only a couple of individuals and not the whole team.

“My answer at the post match conference has been blown way out of proportion. I did not categorically say the whole Australian team but only a couple of individuals,” Kohli wrote on Twitter.

“I continue to be in good terms with the few guys I know & who I’ve played with at RCB & that doesn’t change.”
Shane Watson, Travis Head and Billy Stanlake are the three Australian players in the Kohli-led RCB.

An Australian reporter had asked, after the Dharamsala Test, if Kohli still considered Steve Smith’s men his friends off the field as he had said at the start of the series.

Virat Kohli replied: “No, it has changed for sure. I thought that was the case but it has changed for sure. As I said in the heat of the battle, you want to be competitive but yeah I have been proven wrong. The thing I said before the first Test, I have certainly been proven wrong and you won’t hear me say that ever again.”

Virat Kohli had stopped short of calling Steve Smith a cheat for his ‘DRS Brain Fade’ moment after which a section of Australian cricketers and their media targeted the India captain. The Daily Telegraph went on to call Virat Kohli “the Donald Trump of world sport.”

Even Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland said Kohli “perhaps does not know the spelling of sorry”.

Reliance Jio Might Extend Its Offer Till June But Will Charge Rs. 100!

The current offer from Jio, the ‘Happy New Year Offer’ will expire on 31 March 2017, post which it has planned to charge for its 4G services and had also announced its lucrative 4G tariff plans too. However, it looks like Reliance Jio needs some more time for optimizing its network, sorting out call failures, and improving its coverage and capacity.



 Ambani recently announced another investment of Rs. 30,000 crores into Reliance Jio, which would take the total capital invested in Jio to Rs. 2,01,000 crores.

Technically, any telecom operator cannot extend a promotional offer beyond 90 days so Jio would announce a new offer before the expiry of ‘Happy New Year Offer. This new offer would be valid from 1 April to 30 June 2017 and would cost Rs. 100 for data while voice will remain free.

This New Offer Would Be Like An Acid Test For Jio

It is always easy to attract people to try out your products for free, but the real achievement is when the users would want to pay for your services. So this new offer which would hopefully be announced soon would act as an acid test for Reliance Jio.

The test would not only give an indication about the stickiness of Jio customers but would also paint a clear picture as to why 72.4 million subscribers are using its services. Are they only there for enjoying the free services, or do they really like them? 

 its quarterly results, Reliance Industries had disclosed that Jio’s current debt is Rs. 49,000 crores plus the deferred spectrum payment liability of Rs. 21,000 to the government.

Other Telcos Are Putting Up A Stronger Defense Against Jio

Even though Jio’s tariff plans are the best-in-class offering huge amount of data plus the free voice calls, the incumbents are also launching new tariff plans to stay in the game.

Given the fact that Jio’s generous data benefits might poach the subscribers of existing telecom operators, Vodafone India was the first to react by launchings its truly unlimited data pack offering unrestricted 3G/4G internet @ Rs. 16 per hour under the SuperHour pack. Vodafone also announced unlimited voice calls @ Rs. 7/hour to any Vodafone number.

Now, following Vodafone’s suit, Idea Cellular has also announced similar unlimited hourly data pack offering 3G/4G internet access at Rs. 22/hour. Airtel is also expected to announce a similar pack soon.

When all these competitively priced data/voice plans are available, the mobile subscribers will find few reasons to make the shift to Reliance Jio. This, in turn, would force Jio to revise its plans for retaining its competitive edge, which would lead to very affordable 4G packs, at least in the short-run.

If you are an Idea customer, then kindly check the availability of this pack for your number with the customer care before proceeding. Do tell us how much data did you consume using this pack so we can arrive at a very low cost per GB. 

Jio vs jio prime | which is better

Reliance Jio has announced March 31 as the deadline for Prime subscription. You have to pay Rs 99 while signing up for the membership and further opt for a plan along with it. The company is offering several great plans under the offer including the Rs 303 plan, where you can continue using your Jio SIM like the way you do now with free calls, free SMS and 28GB 4G data per month.

But the world of Jio does not end here. Many users believe that if they do not take the Prime membership, their Jio SIM may get deactivated. But this isn’t true. You can use your Jio SIM without the Prime membership also. There are several other recharge options offered by Jio for its non-Prime members. Here is what you get if you are not a Prime member:

Rs 19 plan: This is the cheapest recharge offered by Jio and comes with a one-day validity. You get unlimited free voice calling, SMSes and 100MB 4G data in oppose to the 200MB data offered to Prime members.

Rs 49 plan: You get unlimited free voice calling, SMSes and 300MB 4G data for three days. Prime members get 600 MB 4G data under the same recharge.

Rs 96 plan: This is a seven-day pack with free voice callings, SMSes and 0.6GB 4G data. Prime members get  7GB data with FUP 1GB per day on the same recharge.

Rs 149 plan: You get unlimited free voice calling, SMSes and 1GB 4G data with this recharge. It has a validity of 28 days. Prime members, with the same recharge get 2GB 4G data.

Rs 303 plan: The non-Prime members subscribing to this offer get free voice calling and SMSes but with only 2.5GB data. The plan is valid for 28 days.

Rs 499 plan: User gets unlimited free voice calling, SMSes and 5GB 4G data with this plan. It is valid for 28 days. Prime members get 56GB  with FUP  of 2GB a day under the same plan.

Rs 999 plan: Under this plan, the non-prime members can enjoy unlimited free voice calling, SMSes and 12.5GB 4G data for a month. The same plan gives 60GB 4G data to Prime members and the validity is for 60 days.

Rs 1999 plan: You get unlimited free voice calling, SMSes and 30 GB 4G data for a month with this recharge. If you are a Prime members then you get 125GB 4G data along with a pack validity of 90 days for the same recharge.

Rs 4999 plan: There’s unlimited free voice calling, SMSes and 100GB 4G data for a month under this pan. Prime members will get 350GB 4G data with a validity of 180 days with the same recharge.

  • Rs 9999 plan: Under this plan you get unlimited free voice calling, SMSes and 200GB 4G data for a month. Prime members will get 750GB 4G data with a pack validity of 360 days with the same recharge amount.