Saturday, 18 June 2016

10 things we didn't know last week

10. Although England's football team has suffered "50 years of hurt", France and the Netherlands have both endured longer periods without winning any international competitions.

Find out more (The Economist)

9. Rolls-Royce's first driverless car contains a silk "throne".

Find out more (The Guardian)

8. The so-called Islamic State's Twitter accounts are followed by thousands of porn bots.

Find out more

7. A lump of butter buried for 2,000 years in an Irish bog can remain edible.

Find out more (Science Alert)

6. The chord sequence in Stairway To Heaven may have been partially inspired by the Mary Poppins song, Chim Chim Cheree.

Find out more (Daily Telegraph)

5. Exercising four hours after learning can help you remember information.

Find out more

4. The Dalai Lama can't remember if he's seen Caddyshack.

Read more (Gawker)

3. The sun has "stolen" planets from other solar systems.

Read more (New Scientist)

2. An Australian rodent is probably the first mammal to be wiped out by man-made climate change.

Read more (New York Times)

1. The speed Batman reaches while gliding through the air would probably kill him on landing.

Find out more (The Guardian)

Thursday, 16 June 2016

10 Best Hidden Features of iOS 10

     Apple released the another version of its insane software on June 13, viewing the new updates of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS operating systems. iSO 10 took up the lion's share of the WWDC event with Apple spending a lot of time on creating its new Message features, as well as the Siri SDk, Apple Music and even more like New app revamps, Apple Pay on the web, and updated Photos capabilities.

You can check all those features out in our 10 best hidden features of IOS 10. However, there are other smaller features that are added by Apple. 

       10 Coolest Hidden Features of Apple's iOS 10:

10.) User Interface And Design:

   Apple has redesigned the experience of  the lock screen with faster second-gen Touch ID fingerprint sensor in the iPhone 6s and in 6s Plus and Apple has unveiled "raise to wake", which will make the iPhone light up, and go to the Home Screen when you just lift it up.

9.) Mail now offers unsubscribe feature:

   Mail in iOS 10 got a new cool feature which offers users a quick "Unsubscribe" button for emails that appear to be from mailing lists. Tapping the Unsubscribe button will simply remove the mail from a list.

8.) Health app gets major UI update:

   Health app in the iOS 10 has upgraded with a major design overhaul. Each health metric has a best graphic explaining about what metric is and also included the videos about the metric.

7.) New keyboard click sound:

   New iOS keyboard sound is weird
— Owen Williams ⚡️ (@ow) June 13, 2016
Apple has given keyboard clicks a new sound.

6.) 3D Touch support for Control Center’s flashlight:

   3D Touch the Flashlight to see a popup with three different options for the flashlight's intensity.

5.) Avoiding toll roads in Apple Maps:

   New features of Apple Maps in iOS 10 allows users to get directions that can avoid taking your down paying toll roads. 

4.) Bye-bye Game Center:

   The leaderboard hub app and the Game Center app that have been on iOS for years is officially no more. As Apple explains in the iOS 10 beta 1 release notes, Game Center features still exist, but developers must build them into their apps manually. “The Game Center app has been removed. If your game implements GameKit features, it must also implement the interface behavior necessary for the user to see these features. For example, if your game supports leaderboards, it could present a GKGameCenterViewController object or read the data directly from Game Center to implement a custom user interface.”

3.) Music storage optimization:

   The Coolest feature in this iOS 10 is that it allows your iPhone to automatically remove music from your smart device if you are getting low on space. And to set minimum amount od storage that you want for your music, which means that at least this much music will remain on your device at all times.

2.) Individual Messages read receipts:

   A very welcome feature is the ability to set Messages read receipts on a per user basis. This means you can allow, say, your girlfriend to see when you’ve read her message but not allow your boss to see when you’ve read his. Previously read receipts in iOS were an all or nothing option.

1.) The Clock app gets a new wake alarm:

   iOS 10's Clock app is redesigned with a brand new feature called "Bedtime". This is a new tab at the bottom of the app that allows you to access a new wake alarm. And this alarm analyses your sleep needs and lets you know when you should go to bed and when you should wake up. It also tracks how many hours you slept and provides detailed sleep analysis.

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Flag Day 2016 Facts: 10 Things To Know About The USA's Star-Spangled Banner

People in the United States celebrate the flag day on the June 14, an official observance in honor of the star-spangled banner that represents the country. 

Over 100 years ago, the US President Woodrow Wilson marked this day as a chance to "rededicate ourselves to the nation," as he wrote in his proclamation. He wished Americans to take Flag Day to leave behind "every thought that is not worthy of our fathers' first vows in independence, liberty and right" and instead "stand with united hearts, for an America which no man can corrupt, no influence draw away from its ideals, no force divide against itself."

If you're stuck at your office desk instead of celebrating in the summer sun, here are 10 facts to share about the American flag, compiled from the History Channel, Mental Floss, ABC News and PBS:

10 Things To Know About The USA's Star-Spangled Banner(Flag Day 2016 Facts):

10. The 27th version of the flag that the U.S. using today and it is always flying at the White House, Fort McHenry and also at the Iwo Jima Memorial Monument.

9. In 1795, the flag had 15 stripes, which represents 15 States.

8. The 50th star was added in 1960 after Hawaii joined the U.S.

7. Vendors often use the Pantone shades 193 C and 281 C for the flag's red and blue.

6. There's no perfect evidence showing that the Betsy Ross designed the first American flag, but she was paid at one point for creating “ships colors.”

5. Some people in the U.S. thinks that a man named Francis Hopkinson helped out with the look of the flag and almost all flags made today were produced in the U.S.

4. The Pledge of Allegiance was penned in 1892. It read, "I pledge allegiance to my flag and the republic for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

3. Congress put the phrase "under God" into the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954. 

2. 1776 is the year that the U.S. declared independence, at that moment there were about 2.5 million people living in the new world. Now there are about 322 million. 

1. There are five American flags still standing on the moon, but they're all probably bleached white.

Sunday, 12 June 2016

10 Hilarious and Perfectly Timed Photos!!

Anyone who owns a camera makes them a photographer and also  who owns a frying pan is a chef. The art of photography is not about pushing a button on an expensive SLR.  It's all about the timing and angles of the photo that you take will determine its quality, capturing the perfect moment that you saw is worth a thousand words.

Although the flower is the same, bad timing or angle can give you an image you never expected! While some photos won’t make much of a buzz, other photos, like the one’s I’m about to share with you today will literally churn your stomach and you’d wish you could reverse time a little bit!

While some people think that these photos are a total failure, we think its creativity! Take a look at out top 10 hilarious photos. #10 is absolutely hilarious! OMG

10. Bird Vs Jet:

9. Guess the Legs:

8. Druken Guy

7.  He's late and trying to catch the flight:

6. Got the Smoke?

5.  She can't recognise anymore:

4. EPIC, When you faint:

3. FlyBoard:

2. Back to Back:

1. I can't say this :

Thursday, 9 June 2016

10 lesser Known Facts About James Donovan

     James Britt Donovan was born on February 29, 1916, and dies on January 19, 1970. Donovan was a United States Navy Officer, an American Lawyer, and a political negotiator.

       James Donovan is widely popular for negotiating the 1960- 1962 exchange of captured American U-2 Pilot- Francis Gary Powers for Soviet spy Rudolf Abel, and also known for  negotiating the 1962 release and return of nearly 10,000 prisoners held by Cuba after the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion. In the film Bridge of Spies, Tom Hanks acted the role of James Donovan and the film was directed by Steven Spielberg from a screenplay written by Matt Charman, Ethan Coen, and Joel Coen.

Glienicke Bridge

       In the year 1941, James Donovan married a woman named Mary E. McKenna. The couple had a son and three daughters. Donovan's 1960 - 1962 negotiation took place on the Glienicke Bridge between East and West Germany.

10 interesting and lesser known facts about James Britt Donovan:

10. James Britt Donovan was born in the Bronx. He was the son of Harriet (O'Connor), a piano teacher, and John J. Donovan, a surgeon. His brother was New York state senator John J. Donovan, Jr. Both sides of the family were of Irish descent.

9.  After graduating from law school, Donovan started work at a private lawyer's office. He served as a commander in the Navy during World War II. In 1942, he became Associate General Counsel at the Office of Scientific Research and Development. From 1943 to 1945, he was General Counsel at the Office of Strategic Services. 

Rudolf Abel

8. In 1962, Donovan successfully negotiated for the exchange of Powers, along with American student Frederic Pryor, for the still-imprisoned Rudolf Abel, whom Donovan had defended five years earlier.

7. In June 1962, Donovan was met by Cuban exile Pérez Cisneros, who asked him to support the negotiations to free the 1,113 prisoners of the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion. Donovan offered pro bono legal service for the Cuban Families Committee of prisoners' relatives.

6. In 1962, he was the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in New York but lost in November 1962 to Republican incumbent Jacob K. Javits.

5. On December 21, 1962, Castro and James Donovan signed a contract to exchange all 1,113 prisoners for $53 million in food and medicine, sourced from private donations and from companies expecting tax concessions. Donovan had the idea to exchange the prisoners for medicine after he had found out that the Cuban medicine didn't help him with his own bursitis.

4. The story of the Abel trial and defense, followed by the tense negotiation and thrilling prisoner exchange at the height of the Cold War, was the basis for the book Strangers on a Bridge: The Case of Colonel Abel and Francis Gary Powers, written by Donovan and ghost writer Bard Lindeman, which was published in 1964.

3. From 1961 to 1963, Donovan was Vice President of the New York Board of Education, and from 1963 until 1965, he was the President of the board.

2. In his final years, Donovan was President of Pratt Institute. He died of a heart attack on January 19, 1970, at the Methodist Hospital in New York, after being treated for influenza.

1. Donovan saved a total of 10,000 prisoners held by Cuba after the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion.

Saturday, 4 June 2016

10 of the Richest (and Poorest) Countries in the World

When politicians and motivational speakers in some countries are trying to excite and inspire the people, to that some countries like Luxembourg and  Norway became the richest countries in the world. But some countries across the world became more poorest countries.

  These lists are based on the  GDP per capita of each 10 richest and poorest countries.  That is the sum value of the all of the finished goods produced within a country during a certain time period (often a year), divided by each country’s middle-of-the-year population. To provide a bit of perspective, we’ve included information on the cost to rent a small furnished apartment in some of these places as well.
10 of the richest countries in the world (ranked in order based on their GDP per capita)
GDP Per Capita (PPP) in USD
Monthly rent for a 900-square-foot furnished apartment in an expensive area
$2,260 (in Luxembourg)
$2,539 (in Olso)
$3,353 (in Doha)
Macao SAR, China
$1,864 (in Macao)
$3,506 (in Zurich
$2,358 (in Sydney)
$2,088 in (Stockholm)
$2,206 in (Copenhagen)
$3,750 (in Singapore)
United States
$4,208 (in New York City)
sources: Expatistan and The World Bank
10 of the poorest countries in the world (ranked in order based on their GDP per capita)
GDP Per Capita (PPP)
Central African Republic
Congo, Dem. Rep.
Gambia, The
Source: The World Bank

10 Lesser Known Things About The Muhammad Ali

The brash 22-year-old boxer Cassius Clay had stunned the sports world on February 25, 1964, by defeating the reigning heavyweight champion Sonny Liston in Miami Beach, Florida. The 7-1 underdog, who would become known as Muhammad Ali, fulfilled his promise to "float like a butterfly, Sting like a bee". 

The Legendary boxer, who passed way at the age of 74,  has left behind him plenty of memories which his fan will cherish forever.

Here the 10 interesting things you must know about his life:

10. Muhammad Ali first stepped into ring at the age of 12 in his hometown of Louisville, Ky., after his bicycle was stolen, the police officer suggested him to learn how to box.

9. At the age of 22, he had made a name for himself and won the World Heavyweight Championship in 1964 by defeating Sonny Liston in seven rounds, in what is believed to be one of the biggest sporting upsets ever.

8. After that stunning win, Muhammad Ali, who was originally known as Cassius Clay, joined the Nation of Islam and changed his name.

7. Muhammad Ali won 100 out of 108 amateur fights and also won a gold medal at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. There were several reports later that he allegedly chucked the medal into a river after a waitress at a soda fountain in Louisville refused to serve him because he was black.

6. In 1967 when he was at his peak, at the age of 32, Ali had been banned from the sport for three years and stripped of his boxing title due to his refusal to be drafted to Vietnam for religious reasons.

5. Ali is a three-time heavyweight champion (1964, 1974, 1978).

4. Ali retired in 1981 after losing to Trevor Berbick in his 61st career bout.

3. He finished his career in 1981 with a record of 56 wins (including 37 by knockout) and five losses.

2. Three years later, he was diagnosed with Parkinson disease.

1. Ali, who called himself "The Greatest," was married four times and had nine children, including daughter Laila, who also became a professional boxer. Ali and his fourth wife, Yolanda "Lonnie" Williams, had been married since 1986.

10 Key Facts About Tiananmen Square(An Anonymous Tank Man)

    The Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, commonly known in Chinese as the June Fourth Incident  or '89 Democracy Movement  were student-led popular demonstrations in Beijing which took place in the first half of 1989 and received broad support from city residents, exposing deep splits within China's political leadership. The protests were forcibly suppressed by hardline leaders who ordered the military to enforce martial law in the country's capital.The crackdown that initiated on June 3–4 became known as the Tiananmen Square Massacre or the June 4 Massacre as troops with assault rifles and tanks killed unarmed civilians trying to block the military's advance towards Tiananmen Square in the heart of Beijing

     Twenty-five years ago Wednesday, Chinese troops violently retook the square in Beijing due to the camps set up by Pro-democracy Protesters for weeks. This square place left an unknown number dead, with some estimates in the thousands, and smothered a democratic movement. But After the quarter-century, Chinese Govt. made an attempt to conceal the events that unfolded that June—our collective memory is sometimes limited to not much more than an image of a man defiantly standing in front of a tank.

So we went back in history to pull out some facts and details of those grim days. Here are ten key facts that may have been buried in time:

Ten Tiananmen Square Facts:

10. Tiananmen Square is located in the center of Beijing, the capital of China.

9. Tiananmen means "gate of heavenly peace."

8. In 1989, after several weeks of demonstrations, Chinese troops entered Tiananmen Square on June 4 and fired on civilians.

7. The death toll estimation is ranged from several hundred to thousands.

6. It has been believed that nearly a count of 10,000 people was arrested during and after the protests.

5. Several dozen people have been executed for their parts in the demonstrations.

4. The Chinese authorities and Govt.  still censor information about the massacre.

3. Soviet Union’s Mikhail Gorbachev entered through the back door.

2. When the military opened fire, a lopsided battle ensued.

1. The Tank Man was and still is anonymous.

Tank Man --VIDEO:

10-Day Timeline:

April 15, 1989 - A Former Communist Party Leader, Hu Yaobang died. Hu sacrificed his life to move China toward  the open political system and had become the symbol of democratic reform.

April 18, 1989 - Thousands of mourning students march through the capital to Tiananmen Square, calling for a more democratic government. In the weeks that follow, thousands of people join the students in the square to protest against China's Communist rulers.

May 13, 1989 - More than 100 students begin a hunger strike in Tiananmen Square. The number increases to several thousand over the next few days.

May 19, 1989 - A rally at Tiananmen Square draws an estimated 1.2 million people. General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, Zhao Ziyang, appears at the rally and pleads for an end to the demonstrations.

May 19, 1989 - Premier Li Peng imposes martial law.

June 1, 1989 - China halts live American news telecasts in Beijing, including CNN. Also, reporters are prohibited from photographing or videotaping any of the demonstrations or Chinese troops.

June 2, 1989 - A reported 100,000 people attend a concert in Tiananmen Square by singer Hou Dejian, in support of the demonstrators.

June 4, 1989 - At about 1 a.m. Chinese troops reach Tiananmen Square. Throughout the day, Chinese troops fire on civilians and students, ending the demonstrations. An official death toll has never been released.

June 5, 1989 - An unidentified man stands alone in the street, blocking a column of Chinese tanks. He remains there for several minutes before being pulled away by onlookers.

June 5, 1999 - Approximately 70,000 people in Hong Kong take part in a memorial vigil.

Friday, 3 June 2016

10 Things Your Body Does While You Sleep

Evey one of us tends to think of sleep as restful, inactive and quiet. But when you're zoning out, your body is tuned in, doing everything from piecing together dreams to slowing down your kidneys and much more that you didn't expect.

10. Sleep Talking

      It's more common in children than adults and in men than women, and it does happen to about 5 percent of us and it usually is known as "Somniloquy". Sleep Talking is technically a sleeping disorder, but may not bother you at all and the fact is , you won't know that you're talking in your sleep. Somniloquy(Sleep Talking) has yet to be explained and can occur in any stage of sleep. Sometimes, when you sleep lightly, you can hear your own voice. Talking in your sleep can usually occur by episodes of stress, depression and illness, or occur alongside other sleep issues, such as sleep apnea.

9. Creates an Explosion

    It's rare sleeping disorder and people who deal with exploding head syndrome will hear a loud sound like crash or bang or almost like a gunshot,  just as they're drifting off to sleep. It's painless but may frighten you and tends to occur in adults over 50.

 8. Makes Up Stories

     If you're awoken after a vivid dream, you will wonder if it was real-- or why your mind created that crazy mishmash of a story. Despite much studying into dreaming and many hypotheses about why we dream and what dreams mean, the nuts and bolts of this everyday happening are still a mystery. Till today, scientists have not yet figured why we dream as we do, or found a proven process that would explain the content of our dreams.

7. Slows Down Your Kidneys

    Kidneys main function is to clean out dirt and to filter toxins from our bloodstream and to produce urine. As you sleep, the filtering action of these organs slows, so that less urine is produced.( And this is the reason your urine is usually so dark the first time you pee in the morning).

6. Grinds Your Teeth

    Bruxism(teeth Clenching or Grinding) happens to many people during sleep. It may be exacerbated by stress or a misaligned jaw, but researchers till today haven't pinpointed the correct reason that some people grind only rarely(or never), while others end up with cracked or worn teeth and sore jaw muscles.

5. Narrows Your Throat

    When you're in sleep, your breathing changes and your throat will be narrowed a bit as your muscles relax. Snoring will usually occur when your throat becomes a bit too narrow. The worse part is , sometimes the airway can close completely, causing sleep apnea.

4. Produces Human Growth Hormone

    hgH (human growth Hormone) will help to regenerate muscles, bone, and other tissues.  This helpful hormone will usually produce during the sleep and in its deepest stages, and is thought to be prompted by low blood glucose levels present during sleep. So, there is some science behind the beauty of sleep!

3. Moves Your Eyes

    When you sleep, you will be experienced with five phases of sleep, with REM as the last and most active phase. Once you completed the REM cycle, you'll start the first phase anew. Usually, 70 to 90 minutes after you fall asleep, you will be in REM sleep, and you'll spend about 20% of your time sleeping in this stage. During REM sleep, our eyes dart quickly back and forth, but we typically have no memory of this

2. Jerks You Awake

    Sometimes, it may feel like you're falling from sleep or you may jolt awake, but hypnic jerks(Usually known as hypnagogic jerks) are a natural and common part of falling asleep. This process causes your limb to jerk, perhaps because your body is preparing for the changes that take place during sleep, or perhaps because your body misinterprets the signs of impending sleep as falling. So, thus jerks you in a misguided effort to stay upright. Scientists don't agree on what exactly causes hypnic jerks, but they're typically harmless.

1. Paralyzes You

   REM (Rapid Eye Movement) and is the deepest phase of sleep. when you usually recall a dream, it likely occurred during an REM cycle. In REM stages, muscles in our hands and legs are temporarily paralyzed while we sleep. This paralysis is normal, and it's not same as sleep paralysis, which occurs for a few seconds or minutes after you awaken. In this disorder, the normal paralysis that happens during the sleep holds on for a few scary moments after you wake up. If you experience this, check with your physician; it could be a symptom of narcolepsy.

Tuesday, 31 May 2016

10 Facts About The Great Pharaoh " Ramses II"

     Ramesses II was born in c. 1303 and died in July or August 1213 BC. He was better known as Ramesses the Great, was the third pharaoh of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt. He considered as the most powerful and celebrated and also the greatest pharaoh of the Egyptian Empire. He was called as "the Great Ancestor" by his successors and Egyptians. Ramesses II led several military expeditions into the Levant, reasserting Egyptian control over Canaan. He also led expeditions to the south, into Nubia, commemorated in inscriptions at Beit el-Wali and Gerf Hussein.

     At the age Fourteen, Ramses was agreed as the prince Regent by his father Seti I. He took the throne in his late teens and ruled Egypt from 1279 BC to 1213 BC. Ramses II died at the age 90 or 91. And he celebrated an unprecedented 14 sed festivals, which is held for the first time after thirty years of a pharaoh's reign, and after that, they celebrated these festivals for every three years. On his death, he was buried in a tomb in the Valley of the Kings; later his body was moved to a royal cache where it was discovered in 1881 and is now on display in the Cairo Museum.

10 interesting and hidden facts about Ramses II( The Great) :


10. His father was Pharaoh Sethi I, his mother was Queen Tuya, and his grandfather was Ramses I and he is the guy who named his grandson as Ramses II.

9. When Ramesses was fourteen years old, his older brother would become pharaoh upon their father's death, leaving the Ramses next in the line to become ruler.

8. At the age of 25, Ramesses II (The Great) took the throne(too young for the throne).

7. Ramesses II was considered as the 3rd pharaoh of the Nineteenth dynasty.

6. Some historians believed that the Ramses II would have nearly 200 children.

5. According to some historians, Ramses II was the pharaoh who Moses freed the Israelite slaves from.

4. Ramesses II established a new capital city names Pi-Ramses located in the Nile delta. The word "Pi-Ramses means the "House of Ramses, Great in Victory".

3. In 1881, Ramses II mummy was discovered and which is then moved to the Cairo Museum where it is currently on display,

2. Succeeding the great pharaoh as ruler of Egypt was his son Merenptah. He was sixty years old when his father died.

1. In the second year of his Reign, Ramses II deployed a clever strategy to capture the Sherden sea pirates. He posed troops and ships at strategic points on the coast and allowed the pirates to attack their prey. Then he caught them by surprise in a sea battle eventually defeating them decisively and capturing them all.

Saturday, 28 May 2016


          UDTA PUNJAB is the Abhishek Chaubey's next direction after ‘ishqiya’ and ‘Dedh Ishqiya’. And this "UDTA PUNJAB" has attracted many of buzzes ever since it was announced. It is a movie based on the drug-related problems that are prevalent in Punjab. From bringing ex-flames Kareena Kapoor khan and Shahid Kapoor together in a film after 9 years of introducing Punjabi Heartthrob Diljit Dosanjh to Bollywood, along with Alia Bhatt in a totally new avatar, this film has already been the talk of the town for all the right reasons.

So, to know more, here we introduce you the 10 facts about UDTA PUNJAB, which might excite you even more:

  10 interesting facts about the UDTA PUNJAB:

10.  This was the one of highly awaited film of Balaji Motions and its initial release date is June 17, 2016(USA) and we must say, the wait is going to be harder.

9. All the four main leading characters are engaged with their own different roles and their story will be interwoven reflecting the brutal reality of Punjab.

8. Punjabi singer and actor, Diljit Dosanjh will be debuting in Bollywood. In the film, Dilijt will be seen playing the role of a cop,  acting as the lawmakers, he will also be seen romancing with Kareena Kapoor khan in the film.

7. Kareena Kapoor Khan will be played as Dr. Preet Sahani, dressed in salwar kameez and maintaining a serious look on her beautiful face, will be seen portraying the role of a responsible citizen, a strong role to essay, I am sure.

6. Shahid Kapoor will be seen playing the role of Punjabi rockstar and his name in the movie is "Tommy", whose fan following is enslaved by the powder he has to snort to keep going. He maintained a style in the movie like tattoos all over his chiseled body and his asymmetric hairdo, has actually triggered the curiosity level.

5. Alia Bhatt will be playing the role of a labor worker from Bihar who later shifted to Punjab to earn some money to live and to top it up, she will be speaking Bhojpuri. Now that’s something we can’t wait to watch.

4. According to the reports, nobody showed interest to do the film and only when Shahid insisted, but Gorgeous Alia agreed to do the film, hopefully, it doesn’t turn out to be as Shaandar.

3. Sources claimed that Kareena Kapoor Khan's name was suggested bu Shahid Kapoor himself to Abhishek Chaubey  to cast her in that role! Sounds interesting! but the fact in here is, they will not share the screen together munch longer in this film.

2. With the different posters i.e Psychedelic posters and use of words like  ‘Drugs di maa di’, it has a lot of profanities in the film and this is why many audiences are eager to watch the movie.

1. This story is about the substance abuse seen in Punjab and Focusing on the fact that Punjab will become the next Mexico if the youth of the state continues to alter their state of mind through drug abuse. And it is based on the 4 years of extensive research.

Here's the trailer of "UDTA PUNJAB"