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Jason Momoa’s Aquaman 2 release date revealed — Will it also cross $1 billion?

Warner Bros. and DCEU had a blast after Jason Momoa’s Aquaman movie made over a billion dollars at the global box-office collection.
has finally set the release date for Aquaman 2.
Viraj Mahajan Mar 1, 2019 10:24 ISTAquaman movieWarner Bros. and DCEU had a blast after Jason Momoa’s Aquaman movie made over a billion dollars at the global box-office collection.After the success of the first movie, the release details of the next part in the series has finally been unveiled.As per an earlier report, Aquaman earned over $330 million in the domestic market (the United States and Canada) and went on to earn over $805 million worldwide.As of now, the total box-office of Jason Momoa’s superhero movie is $1.138 billion, making it the highest earning DCEU movie of all time.
Given the fact that the movie earned so well at the box-office, fans knew that Warner Bros. will surely be going to make Aquaman 2.After much anticipation, Warner Bros. has finally set the release date for Aquaman 2.The Jason Momoa-starrer DCEU movie is all set to release worldwide on December 16, 2022. As of now, there are no other details revealed about Aquaman 2 but fans are speculating the possible story.As per ComicBook, Aquaman fan community, The Aquaverse are predicting that the sequel movie is going to feature The Others.Jason Momoa in AquamanYouTube ScreenshotAs per DC comics, The Others are a team of heroes comprised of six members, each of which has an Atlantic relic.These members are, Aquaman, Prisoner-of-War, The Operative, Sky Alchesay, Ya’Wara, and others. These members reunite on and off, generally when Arthur Curry needs their help.

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War is mad, isn’t Modi too?

Many in the world are portraying India and Pakistan at the moment as two nuclear antagonists perilously close to mutual assured destruction.
We’ll pick time, place to hit back, read newspaper headlines.That moment came within 24 hours. On Wednesday morning, Pakistan struck back.Not only Pakistan Air Force jets thundered over the Line of Control in Kashmir, they shot down chasing Indian planes. In response to PAF strikes IAF crossed [the] LOC.
PAF shot down two Indian aircraft inside Pakistani airspace. One of the aircrafts fell AJ&K while [the] other fell inside IOK.One Indian pilot arrested by troops on ground while two in the area, tweeted Pakistani Director General of the Inter Services Public Relations, Major General Asif Ghafoor.Millions upon millions of Pakistanis on social networking platforms sizzled the whole day rebuking their Indian counterparts, the Bollywood celebs, the Indian who’s who for prematurely jumping with joy on the fakery coined by the Modi administration to ramp up its dwindling electoral projections.
India had claimed of destroying a terror camp and some 250 terrorists training therein. Some dreams turnout to be uglier than nightmares.Powerful capitals, who are now universally known for rewarding India despite its abysmally criminal record of human rights violations in Kashmir and against its own minorities, woke up to ask Pakistan and India to exercise restraint. Strange that they were admonishing Islamabad only a day earlier asking it to put a stop to cross-border terrorism or to put an end to the activities of the terrorist groups established in its territory.Probably Washington DC, Paris, Bonn and Canberra found it hard to see their powerful South Asian proxy being slapped across the face by a smaller but nuclear-armed adversary. Images of the captured Wing Commander Abhinandan were enough for the Indian government to come crashing down from the high pole of psychedelic elation it was unnecessarily feeling for achieving something phantasmagoric only a day earlier.
Two substantial countries going to war has always been a dreamlike scenario for the runners of the western military industrial complex. Prospects of deals and contracts worth billions upon billion would make many a fool go mad.
The spectre of a nuclear confrontation, however, is too serious a business to be left to New Delhi or Islamabad. So phones started ringing.Ministers began speaking to counterparts lecturing how wonderful is peace as an idea between two itchy neighbours.One may criticise PM Khan for being an administrative novice or a political upstart but his words sense and sagacity — reminded many of Jane Austin’s Sense and Sensibility’.He may not be an astute politician or a statesman of note but he comes across as an honest human who earnestly desire peace and prosperity in the region. The difference between him and his Indian counterpart is stark.He is neither a killer of people nor has he allowed massacre of innocent humans. Modi had.During a court proceeding probing the Gujarat massacre of Indian Muslims in the summer of 2002, Sanjiv Bhatt, a senior Indian police officer told the Indian Supreme Court that he attended a meeting at which Modi allegedly said that Hindus should be allowed to vent their anger after the Godhra train tragedy killing 58 that his government tried to plaster over ISI-backed elements within India. Those allegations have since proven false and fabricated though Modi has always denied any wrongdoing.But international websites are full of implicating evidence that Modi had spoken to his goons a night before the riots that saw around 2,000 Indians dead and told them Muslims needed to be taught a lesson. Government estimates put the number of dead at 1,000.Hundreds of girls and women were raped and killed. International rage was genuine against Modi to an extent that he was denied a diplomatic visa by the United States and his already granted visit visa was revoked as well.Writing for the Guardian newspaper in Britain, Aditya Chakrabortty said in 2014; Narendra Modi, a man with a massacre on his hand is not the reasonable choice for India. Similar voices are being heard in India today.
While millions may be following him madly, many millions also believe that Modi is more dangerous than a declared terrorist, a hardcore fanatic or a frenzied fanatic.Only such a person would attempt to punish a state for the alleged felony of a group of individuals.Pakistani state or government did not attack India in Pulwama just like it was not involved in Uri or Mumbai. But madly wanting to emulate the post 9/11 United States, India thought it could cook up stories about Pakistan’s wrongdoing in Kashmir and elsewhere in India and attempt to punish it to please electoral audiences.
Dreaming about punishing Pakistan is one thing. Carrying out foolish plans is another.Pakistan is painstakingly setting its direction right. Mistakes it made for others have returned to haunt it with deadly effect.The best India could do is to mind its own business and leave Pakistan alone to correct course.The best that Indians could do for themselves is to get rid of the madman of Indian politics Narendra Modi, before he attempts to push South Asia and adjoining regions into a nuclear winter.Pakistan protested strongly but warned sternly that the aggression would be revenged. “We’ll pick time, place to hit back,” read newspaper headlines.
That moment came within 24 hours. On Wednesday morning, Pakistan struck back.Not only Pakistan Air Force jets thundered over the Line of Control in Kashmir, they shot down chasing Indian planes. “In response to PAF strikes IAF crossed [the] LOC.PAF shot down two Indian aircraft inside Pakistani airspace. One of the aircrafts fell AJ&K while [the] other fell inside IOK.One Indian pilot arrested by troops on ground while two in the area”, tweeted Pakistani Director General of the Inter Services Public Relations, Major General Asif Ghafoor.Millions upon millions of Pakistanis on social networking platforms sizzled the whole day rebuking their Indian counterparts, the Bollywood celebs, the Indian who’s who for prematurely jumping with joy on the fakery coined by the Modi administration to ramp up its dwindling electoral projections.
India had claimed of destroying a terror camp and some 250 terrorists training therein. Some dreams turnout to be uglier than nightmares.Powerful capitals, who are now universally known for rewarding India despite its abysmally criminal record of human rights violations in Kashmir and against its own minorities, woke up to ask Pakistan and India to exercise restraint. Strange that they were admonishing Islamabad only a day earlier asking it “to put a stop to cross-border terrorism” or “to put an end to the activities of the terrorist groups established in its territory.”Probably Washington DC, Paris, Bonn and Canberra found it hard to see their “powerful” South Asian proxy being slapped across the face by a smaller but nuclear-armed adversary. Images of the captured Wing Commander Abhinandan were enough for the Indian government to come crashing down from the high pole of psychedelic elation it was unnecessarily feeling for achieving something phantasmagoric only a day earlier.Two substantial countries going to war has always been a dreamlike scenario for the runners of the western military industrial complex. Prospects of deals and contracts worth billions upon billion would make many a fool go mad.
The spectre of a nuclear confrontation, however, is too serious a business to be left to New Delhi or Islamabad. So phones started ringing.
Ministers began speaking to counterparts lecturing how wonderful is peace as an idea between two itchy neighbours.One may criticise PM Khan for being an administrative novice or a political upstart but his words – sense and sagacity reminded many of Jane Austin’s ‘Sense and Sensibility’.
He may not be an astute politician or a statesman of note but he comes across as an honest human who earnestly desire peace and prosperity in the region. The difference between him and his Indian counterpart is stark.He is neither a killer of people nor has he allowed massacre of innocent humans. Modi had.During a court proceeding probing the Gujarat massacre of Indian Muslims in the summer of 2002, Sanjiv Bhatt, a senior Indian police officer told the Indian Supreme Court that he attended a meeting at which Modi allegedly said that Hindus should be allowed to vent their anger  after the Godhra train tragedy killing 58 that his government tried to plaster over ISI-backed elements within India. Those allegations have since proven false and fabricated though Modi has always denied any wrongdoing.
But international websites are full of implicating evidence that Modi had spoken to his goons a night before the riots that saw around 2,000 Indians dead and told them “Muslims needed to be taught a lesson”. Government estimates put the number of dead at 1,000.Hundreds of girls and women were raped and killed. International rage was genuine against Modi to an extent that he was denied a diplomatic visa by the United States and his already granted visit visa was revoked as well.
Writing for the Guardian newspaper in Britain, Aditya Chakrabortty said in 2014; “Narendra Modi, a man with a massacre on his hand is not the reasonable choice for India.” Similar voices are being heard in India today.
While millions may be following him madly, many millions also believe that Modi is more dangerous than a declared terrorist, a hardcore fanatic or a frenzied fanatic.Only such a person would attempt to punish a state for the alleged felony of a group of individuals.
Pakistani state or government did not attack India in Pulwama just like it was not involved in Uri or Mumbai. But madly wanting to emulate the post 9/11 United States, India thought it could cook up stories about Pakistan’s wrongdoing in Kashmir and elsewhere in India and attempt to punish it to please electoral audiences.Dreaming about punishing Pakistan is one thing. Carrying out foolish plans is another.Pakistan is painstakingly setting its direction right. Mistakes it made for others have returned to haunt it with deadly effect.The best India could do is to mind its own business and leave Pakistan alone to correct course.The best that Indians could do for themselves is to get rid of the madman of Indian politics – Narendra Modi, before he attempts to push South Asia and adjoining regions into a nuclear winter.

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Petition start to remove Priyanka as UN Ambassador

Web Desk: Pakistani artists are promoting peace, while the Indian celebrities keep on spreading war and fear. Blaming Pakistan and demanding revenge.
Indian celebrities are not representing love and peace in the current situation between Pakistan and India.
In this sensitive and tension-filled phase, UN Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra failed to condemn the war, in fact, she promoted hate with her tweet.Jai Hind #IndianArmedForcesFebruary 26, 2019In the response of Bollywood star post who was seen overjoyed over Indian intrusion of Pakistani airspace as a major achievement, Pakistani tweeted.
Are or were you really Unicef goodwill ambassador? I really don’t know how an artist can praise military actions and especially while being an ambassador of UN. I don’t think this world could ever see peace when peacemakers love wars.
#NoWar#PakistanIndiaFebruary 26, 2019Can the please take back their ambassadorship from Priyanka Chopra ?
Celebs who fuel wars have no reason to be talking about human rights at any forum.
Someone who ‘apparently’ works for children’s rights, needs to be schooled about the impact of war on children?#SayNoToWarFebruary 27, 2019 Pakistani actress Armeena Khan has called out Priyanka Chopra, for glorifying war and lauding the Indian forces breaching the Line of Control.WHAT?!!! But aren’t you supposed to be a Good Will ambassador for ? Screen shot this everyone and next time she speaks up for peace and goodwill.
Let’s remind her of this hypocrisy. February 26, 2019 Pakistanis are feeling super disappointed with the stance of the Goodwill Ambassador and are calling it hypocrisy.A petition has started to remove Priyanka from her solid position as Goodwill Ambassador.People are signing it and forwarding the petition which already has many signatures by now. It is being revolved on social media and people are rooting for effective results.

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Adnan Sami faces major backlash for saying Pakistanis have ‘ostrich mentality’

DELHI -Adnan Sami has become a name being hated by Pakistani for many reasons. One major reason for the hatred for the singer is because of his anti-Pakistan comments.
Recently, after the Pulwama attack and failed Indian air strike in Pakistan, Adnan Sami, tweeted in support of Indians.
He praised Modi and the intrusion of Air Force in Pakistan.Here is the tweet:“The Force Is With You” ji.
🙌Respect to ✊.#HowsTheJosh 👊#StopTerrorism 🖐#JaiHind 🇮🇳✌️ pic.
twitter.com/x4RCzoPFNyFebruary 26, 2019However, as soon as his tweet went online on social media, People started reacting to the pro-Modi tweet by Adnan Sami.
The singer was trolled very badly by Pakistanis. The troll ignited Sami so much so that he was fueled to retort to them as well.Also, In another , he said that Pakistani had an Ostrich mentality.Adnan Sami’s passion for acquiring Indian citizenship,He said, “Dear Pak trolls, Its not about our egos being given a reality check today; its about eliminating terrorists who u claim r also ur extremies!” “Ur Ostrish mentality is laughing.
Btw, ur abuse exposes ur reality therefore d only difference between u a busket of shit is the bucket!”Dear Pak trolls,Its not about ur egos being given a reality check today; its about eliminating terrorists who u ‘claim’ r also ur enemies! Ur Ostrich mentality is laughable.Btw, ur abuses expose ur reality therefore d only difference between u a bucket of shit is the bucket!February 26, 2019Lets have a look at some of the reactions to Adnan Samis anti-Pakistan

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Mahira Khan, Veena Malik & Other Pakistani Artists React On #SurgicalStrike2

In the wake of escalating tension between India and Pakistan, Pakistani actress Mahira Khan says there is nothing uglier than war and hopes better sense will prevail.
By IANS -February 27, 2019tweetNothing uglier.Nothing more ignorant than cheering for war. May sense prevail Pakistan Zindabad, Mahira, who starred in Bollywood film Raees, tweeted.Her tweet was a response to a thread on the wall of Fatima Bhutto, author and grand-daughter of former Pakistan Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.Mahira Khan, Veena Malik Other Pakistani Artists React On#SurgicalStrike2Indian Air Force (IAF) fighter jets struck terror launch pads in Pakistan administered Kashmir on Tuesday.
The IAF struck the biggest training camp of the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) at Balakot in Pakistan just days after a suicide bomber killed 40 CRPF troopers in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir, India.In response to the IAF strike, Pakistans Prime Minister Imran Khan directed the countrys armed forces and citizens to remain prepared for all eventualities.Mawra Hocane, who was seen in Indian film Sanam Teri Kasam, feels it is time to put humanity first.It is the time we understand this as humans.The media needs to take charge and stop being provocative. Its our duty to inculcate peace and use our words for better and not worse.

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Tough Calls Have to be Taken at Some Point: Vidya Balan on Banning Pakistani Artistes

“Though I have always believed that art should be kept away from all boundaries and politics, I think we have to take a stand now.Enough is enough,” Vidya told the media at the launch of her debut radio show.
In the worst-ever terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir since militancy erupted in 1989, a suicide bomber on February 14 rammed his SUV packed with explosives into a CRPF bus in Pulwama district, killing at least 40 troopers.
Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed later claimed responsibility for the attack.
When asked if art should be kept away from politics, the Tumhari Sulu actress said, “As an individual I believe that there is no better way to bring people together than arts, be it music, poetry, dance, theatre, cinema or any other art form.
But this time I think we should just take a break from this practice and see what can be done for the future. As I said, some tough calls have to be taken at some point.”
A host of Bollywood actors, including Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra, Ajay Devgan and Vicky Kaushal, among others, have condemned the Pulwama attack.

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Uri Beats ‘Baahubali 2’ & ‘Gadar’ With Sixth Week Total Box Office Collection

Uri: The Surgical Strike is giving an excellent performance even in its sixth week, the movie refused to slow and raking good box office figures even after getting stiff competition from other films.
71.23 croresSecond Week Box Office Collection: Rs. 62.76 croresThird Week Box Office Collection: Rs. 37.06 croresFourth Week Box Office Collection Report: Rs. 29.30 croresFifth Week Box Office Collection Report: Rs. 18.
73 croresThe military drama Uri broke the record of Padmaavat and Sanju in its third week with a box office collection of Rs. 37.06 crores and did same in its sixth weekend by breaking the record of Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, Badhai Ho, and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion by grossing highest collection in the sixth weekend. Now the movie is heading upward in the sixth week.
Uri: The Surgical Strike Sixth Week Box Office CollectionMonday Box Office Collection: Rs. 1.30 croresTuesday Box Office Collection: Rs. 1.40 croresIt is expected that the movie will grab the mark of Rs. 250 crores and after the movie departs successfully as the new movie Total Dhamaal of huge megastars is all set to hit the theatres today.
Well, it is a tremendous theatrical run by Uri with high josh. Stay tuned with us for all the Bollywood latest updates and box office reports.

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Mahira Khan is all praises for Meera’s song in Paray Hut Love

It’s always good to see women lifting each other up, especially when they’re in the same field. Pakistani actor Mahira Khan recently praised Meera for her performance in a song that will be featured in an upcoming Pakistani film Paray Hut Love.
Pakistani actor Mahira Khan recently praised Meera for her performance in a song that will be featured in an upcoming Pakistani film Paray Hut Love.I just saw a little preview of one of the songs of #pareyhutlove and the song and everyone in it is fantasticbut man you can’t look away from Meera Jee!! Owns every frame! 💃🏽💯❤️February 21, 2019Meera was quick to reciprocate the affection.Thankyou for such a loving tweet.I will always cherish the love and respect you have given me. Also, thankyou for being who you are and making all of us proud in so many ways.
May God bless you forever.February 21, 2019In the past, Meera had called Mahira an overrated actress for choosing to act in Raees alongside Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan.She once also accused Mahira of running a smear campaign against her.Related: Pakistani model and actor Iman Ali ties the knot in LahoreDirected by Asim Raza, Parey Hut Love stars Mahira, Maya Ali and Shaheryar Munawar Siddiqui.Meera will be making a cameo in the movie.Meera will also be seen in another Pakistani movie this year called Baaji along with Osman Khalid Butt, Mohsin Abbas Haider, Ali Kazmi, Nayyar Ejaz and Amna Ilyas.

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Uri actor Paresh Rawal takes a dig at Pakistani actor Ali Zafar says, 'Now Speechless'

The whole Bollywood is appreciating the way Indian Air Force has taken revenge from terrorists after the Pulwama attack. On the day of 26th February at 3 AM, 12 Mirage fighting planes attacked terrorist camps at Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

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