Sidharth Malhotra A Gentleman is not a typical double role movie

Sidharth Malhotra: A Gentleman is not a typical double role movie

Sidharth Malhotra A Gentleman is not a typical double role movie Sidharth Malhotra plays a double role with a difference in A Gentleman. The film, directed by Krishna D.K. and Raj Nidimoru, also features Sri Lankan beauty Jacqueline Fernandez. From the trailer of the film, one can tell that Sidharth has worked hard to get the chiselled abs. Actor Sidharth Malhotra is confident the audience will love his ‘sunder, susheel, risky’ avatar in A Gentleman, in which he says he plays a double role with a difference. Sidharth, who has returned from London,…

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Arjun Kapoor on Mubarakan: Playing double-role isn’t easy

Arjun Kapoor on Mubarakan: Playing double-role isn’t easy

Arjun Kapoor on Mubarakan: Playing double-role isn’t easy Arjun Kapoor on Mubarakan: It’s definitely not easy. It is difficult. But, it’s a challenge you look forward to as an actor. That’s what excites you, makes you nervous and work harder because you are not just playing, but two and especially with comedy. Actor Arjun Kapoor will be seen playing a double-role for the second time in his five-year-old acting career in upcoming “Mubarakan”. He says it’s difficult to play a twin role in films. The 32-year-old previously essayed a double-role in the 2013…

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Cosmic rays may double cancer risks for astronauts travelling to Mars

Cosmic rays may double cancer risks for astronauts travelling to Mars

Cosmic rays may double cancer risks for astronauts travelling to Mars Conventional risk models used by NASA and others assume DNA damage and mutation are the cause of radiation cancers. (Image for representation, Source: Pixabay) Astronauts travelling to Mars or other deep space missions may be at a two-fold higher risk of developing cancer than previously assumed, due to exposure to cosmic rays outside the protection of Earth’s magnetic field, a new study warns. Astronauts travelling to Mars or other deep space missions may be at a two-fold higher risk of…

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Should The U.S. Double Down In Syria With A No-Fly Zone?

Should The U.S. Double Down In Syria With A No-Fly Zone?

Should The U.S. Double Down In Syria With A No-Fly Zone? Double :Experts say it’s a likely move for the next administration, but it hasn’t been discussed much on the campaign trail. With hardly a mention of the conflict on the presidential campaign trail, the United States may soon face a critical decision in the Syrian war: whether to establish a no-fly zone to defend civilians against Russian and Syrian airstrikes. The idea, long resisted by the Obama administration, has been endorsed by Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and by prominent Republicans,…

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Super Netball 2017: Magpies, Vixens host Giants, Swifts in double header

Super Netball 2017: Magpies, Vixens host Giants, Swifts in double header

Super Netball 2017: Magpies, Vixens host Giants, Swifts in double header THE Giants took over the competition lead while the Magpies bounced back from their first round upset. What can we expect from round three of Super Netball? We take a look at the big games and the big names in the league. We look at the numbers that matter and milestones about to be achieved. Here’s SWOOP’S weekly look at what lies ahead in round three of Super Netball. NETBALL TARGETS AFL, NRL FANS WHY MADDY TURNER STAYED WITH…

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Mind-Reading Babies, a Double-Arm Transplant and More

Mind-Reading Babies, a Double-Arm Transplant and More

Mind-Reading Babies, a Double-Arm Transplant and More Studying the infant brain. From the book:  “Raising America: Experts, Parents and a Century of Advice About Children” by Ann Hulbert. CreditCharles A. Nelson Lab, University of Minnesota Wednesday in Science, babies who know what’s on your mind, a sinkhole in China, coral reefs in crisis and a soldier who can now talk with his hands. Check out these and other headlines from around the Web. Baby Mind Readers: Even babies as young as 1 ½ can guess what other people are thinking,…

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