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Irrfan Khan and Team enjoyed a game of cricket on the sets of Karwaan

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Ronnie Screwvala’s upcoming dramatic comedy, Karwaan is one of the most exciting films of the year and it has already been receiving love from all quarters. The movie which stars Irrfan, Dulquer and Mithila is all set to hit the theatres tomorrow 3rd August 2018.

Recounting the shooting days, director Akarsh recalls, “For a particular sequence we had Irrfan playing cricket with kids on the street and Dulquer and Mithila enjoying it from the sides. Irrfan was so enthusiastic that he continued playing even after the scene was over and the entire team bonded together over the game.”

The team had a blast shooting that scene and the game of cricket relaxed everyone. Remembering the moment, Mithila was in splits. She laughed and said, “Irrfan Sir was so contained with the game that he actually forgot we are on the sets. It was fun watching him play with the little ones. We had a ball of a time during the shoot of this scene.” Read more

The Game Changer and the GC10K run

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The GameChanger is a Sports Management Company built to fulfill the need for better guidance to amateur and professional athletes. Our top-notch sporting facilities, proven sports programs, and certified trainers are geared towards creating a framework for different sports to prosper. We’re dedicated to organizing competitions on a regular basis that encourages people to participate in sports and get fitter through the journey.
The GameChanger 10K Run is the first step we’re taking towards driving the youth of Bangalore to a fitter, healthier & sportier future.
We aim to take Bangalore to a higher level of fitness through a series of sporting activities planned for the near future.
This run will consist of a 10K Open run, a 5K corporate run & a Run for the Cause, all of which are open to men & women.
These runs are aimed towards combating the sedentary lifestyles the youth of today are leading. We are committed to providing a wholesome team-bonding experience through competitive sports. Read more

Urvashi Rautela’s slays with her on point Lehanga game!

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Urvashi Rautela

Urvashi Rautela rules the lehenga game in the silver-grey lehenga designed by Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla! Read more

Virat Kohli hosts the wackiest game show where everything is WROGN!

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By Vivek K. Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Skipper Virat Kohli may be leading the Royal Challengers Bangalore in their quest for the country’s premier T20 league title, but he has taken time out to host the wackiest game show where everything is WROGN! The game show titled “Wrogn in 60 Seconds” is created with the same funky breakaway philosophy of the WROGN fashion brand. Read more

Hotstar launches Watch’NPlay game for Vivo IPL 2018

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Hotstar, India’s leading premium streaming platform, has always sought to redefine and elevate the experience of watching cricket, driven by the passion and enthusiasm for the game that is felt by the entire nation. In a hat tip to this bond that we share with the game, this Vivo IPL, Hotstar brings to its fans, Watch’NPlay.

WatchN’Play is a skill-based game wherein a user gets to test his or her cricket knowledge and expertise along with millions of other users tuned into the match. The game takes the Indian cricket enthusiasts’ innate behaviour of providing running commentary on player performance and strategy, into an actual game where they stand to win big.

The game, set to redefine the bar for engagement on Hotstar this Vivo IPL, is the outcome of the brand’s insight that, whether fans realise it or not, they are intuitively always tapping into their knowledge of cricket and their favourite players to gauge the result of each ball. By shining a spotlight on what goes through a viewer’s mind at a deeper level, uncovered the idea that every sports fan would derive greater excitement and joy in actually participating in the game and testing their cricket acumen as the match progresses, as opposed to merely watching it. Read more

Missing Public Art Project launches India’s first vernacular ‘MISSING’ game to create awareness against trafficking

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R-L: Saharsh David, CSR Head- Sandvik; Ms. Urlika Sundberg, Consul General of Sweden in Mumbai; Leena Kejriwal, Founder, The Missing Public Art Project at the Launch of “MISSING” Game.

The Missing Public Art Project, with support from Sandvik India Pvt. Ltd, announced the launch of the MISSING game in eight languages. The game isworld’s first that combines the gaming experience with the issue of trafficking and enables it to reach the pan India audience through its versions in eight regional languages, in addition to English, Hindi and Bengali. Read more

Tata Communications Payment Solutions Launches Game Changing White Label ATM Solution for Banks to Deploy ATMs Instantly

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Tata Communications Payment Solutions Limited (TCPSL), that owns and operates India’s first and largest white label ATM (WLA) network under the brand name, Indicash™’,  today announces the launch of a game changing WLA solution for Banks that is set to redefine the ATM deployment approach of Banks in the country. The new solution allows Banks to instantly expand their ATM network in a cost effective manner by leveraging the existing network of 8500 Indicash™ ATMs, through a co-branding arrangement. Read more

Digital technology with clinical expertise, a game changer for primary health care sector in India

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-By Manasije Mishra, Managing Director, Indian Health Organisation & Aetna India

Indian healthcare is characterized by a lack of access to robust primary care system, increasing medical expenses and a poor doctor to patient ratio. In urban India, there is a focus on tertiary care with significant investments in high-quality corporate hospitals. We in India, tend to ignore symptoms, take self-medication or take advice from friends, family and unqualified people around us. When matters become serious, we tend to go directly to a specialist or super specialist doctor. This often leads to poor clinical outcomes and higher costs. This is unlike in more advanced countries, where a primary care doctor, who knows the patients’ medical and family history, coordinates preventive care, acts as a guide and gatekeeper in providing early diagnosis and treatment. The neglect of primary care in India is one of the reasons of the increasing disease burden and medical costs. E-healthcare has the potential to make quality healthcare accessible and improve the quality of primary health care. Read more

NIKE FOOTBALL UNVEILS NEW NATIONAL HOME KITS

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Nike’s most environmentally-friendly kits ever celebrate national pride, and come with training & lifestyle collections.

Nike has unveiled the new kits for some of the leading football nations in the world, including five of the countries – Croatia, France, Netherlands, Poland and Portugal – that will take to the field in European football’s biggest national tournament this summer. Read more

Kolkata Changes the Game with Pepsi T20 Football

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Kolkata witnessed football being played in a revolutionary new format inside a unique metallic cage at the city finale of Pepsi T20 Football. 224 amateur players showcased their game changing moves in front of the torchbearer of Indian football, Baichung Bhutia and other football fans at the City Center Mall. The fever of football gripped the city as the Youngistaanis enjoyed the thrill of the sport. Friends and families of the players and other football fanatics were seen cheering the teams and celebrating every goal that was made. The crowd was seen enjoying the sport and the exciting environment comprising of music, dance and Pepsi.

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