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I asked, there definitely should have been a Best Actor in an Action Role award which Varun’s Dishoom co-star John Abraham would have won for his stunts in Dishoom,I looked like me. — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) October 6 2015 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjsDespite having his hands full with ‘Dilwale’ Shah Rukh Khan will be delivering a speech at Edinburgh University in the UK on October 15 After a bit of thought the actor decided that he will be speaking on ‘Life Lessons’ at the University Whole cast of Dilwale on setsNice to meet all my friends togetherNow 2 writing speech for Edinburgh Life lessons/Success or on Education — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) October 6 2015 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjs Ok in less then two minutes decision made Most of u feel Life Lessons…LL it is then Now to make the fingers bleed on the keyboard — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) October 6 2015 //platformtwittercom/widgetsjs ‘Dilwale’ releases on December 18 2015 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsHamilton:A polished Quinton de Kock half century laid the foundation for South Africa’s four wicket win over New Zealand in a tense finish to a rain-shortened opening one-day international in Hamilton on Sunday In a clash that went down to the wire it was a man-of-the-match performance from de Kock on a wicket that took an exceptional amount of spin in New Zealand conditions The departure of de Kock for 69 sparked a middle order collapse as even the New Zealand quicks turned to bowling cutters on the responsive pitch before an AB de Villiers rescue mission saw his side home with a ball to spare Quinton de Kock set the tone for the South African chase with a 69-run knock Image courtesy: Cricket South Africa via Twitter "We never expected it to turn like that in Hamilton" de Villiers said "From past experience this becomes a really good batting track in the evening but that was far from it" With the fixture reduced to 34 overs a side following heavy rain early in the day New Zealand posted 207 for 7 boosted by a whirlwind 51 off 23 balls at the end by unbeaten pair Colin de Grandhomme and Tim Southee But any thoughts New Zealand had that they were in a strong performance were soon dashed by the way de Kock launched into South Africa’s reply "At the halfway stage we felt we were right in the game" captain Kane Williamson said "We knew needing five and a half on that surface was going to be difficult and they got off to a very good start which made chasing down that total a lot easier" "South Africa showed their class with the bat batted very well and their composure towards the end was very important on a tough surface" South Africa went into the final over of their reply requiring 12 to win and de Villiers ended the game with a four off the fifth ball of Tim Southee’s over With de Kock in sublime form assisted by Hashim Amla South Africa started their run chase strongly with an 88-run stand Williamson used five bowling changes in the first 15 overs in an attempt to break up the pair but only succeeded when he put himself a part-time spinner on and had Amla caught and bowled for 35 Faf du Plessis (14) joined de Kock to get the score to 117 when the South African innings suffered a collapse with five wickets falling in the space of 39 runs Trent Boult had de Kock caught in a sharp piece of fielding by Ross Taylor at short midwicket and Tim Southee removed JP Duminy and Farhaan Behardein with consecutive deliveries Intatters Chris Morris survived the hat-trick ball and made 16 before his dismissal had South Africa at 156-6 with 44 balls remaining De Villiers(37 off 34 balls) and Andile Phehulkwayo (29 off 23) combined efforts to get the tourists home De Grandhomme and Southee’s whirlwind partnership gave the New Zealand innings a respectable look after they too suffered a middle order collapse De Grandhomme was unbeaten on 34 off 19 balls while Southee faced 13 balls to be 24 not out They were particularly harsh on the most successful of the South African bowlers Morris smacking the all-rounder for 25 in the final over It saw Morris’s figures balloon out to 4 for 62 off his seven overs after he had four for 24 off five Morris had left the New Zealand top order in tatters with only Kane Williamson (59) and Dean Brownlie (31) offering any resistance Being a country that loves to dote on its heroes and icons to the extent to putting them on a pedestal reserved for divinity we would brook no ‘disregard’ to our heroes Therefore when England bowler James Anderson chose to go against the grain and play down the ‘genius’ of Virat Kohli the country rose up in arms almost in unison Asked what had changed in Kohli’s technique on a day the Indian captain pulverised the England bowlers scoring a career-best 235 in the fourth Test at Mumbai Anderson said "I am not sure if he (Kohli) has changed I just think any technical deficiencies he has got are not in play out here The wickets just take that out of the equation There is not that pace in the wicket to get the nicks like we did against him in England – with a bit more movement" Virat Kohli acknowledges the cheers from the crowd on Day 4 of the fourth Test against England in Mumbai AP "When that (pace and movement) is not there he (Kohli) is very much suited to playing in these conditions He is a very good player of spin – and if you are not bang on the money and don’t take your chances he will punish you" the veteran pacer added "Sacrilege" cried the Indian public "How could he" others wondered The comment was variously construed as either a case of sour grapes or a clever ploy of playing mind games and India’s lead spinner Ravichandran Ashwin reportedly gave Anderson a piece of his mind on the field for his remarks while Kohli himself refused to read too much into the comments and urged Anderson to "move on" Even the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Anurag Thakur jumped into the fray likening Anderson to an angry cat scratching a pillar having lost its prey ("Khisiyani billi khamba noche") The issue also had former players such asInzamam-ul-HaqandKapil Dev weighing in refuting Anderson’s claims But rather than creating such a hullabaloo wouldn’t it have made better sense to pause and think even for a moment if there was some merit in Anderson’s views After all faith should be always born out of a critical analysis and not blindly accorded Kohli has had a phenomenal year across formats He simply could not put a foot wrong in 2016 setting one record after another putting each and every bowler he faced to the sword He has already amassed 640 runs in the ongoing Test series against England and with the sparkling 235 at the Wankhede notched up three double tons in three consecutive series This year he has scored 1200 runs in 17 innings in Tests with four centuries (three of them double centuries) and two fifties; 739 runs in 10 ODIs with three centuries and four fifties and 641 runs in 14 T20I innings He had often bailed out his team when the chips were down for instance against Pakistan in the Asia Cup or in the second innings of the Rajkot Test against England Those innings were worth their weight in gold even though they were no half centuries Between all that he set the Indian Premier League (IPL) on fire scoring a surreal 973 runs with four centuries taking his side to the final when all seemed lost Listing all the records the star has set would be beyond the scope of this article but it is widely held that 2016 has been the year of Virat Kohli one would think But was it actually Let’s play the Devil’s Advocate shall we The big question if you look at Kohli’s batting figures this year that comes to mind is: have the Tests been test enough for Kohli People have been going gaga over his double tons against the West Indies New Zealand and England in consecutive series As much as he deserves credit for those knocks and as much as it is a fact that he had a job to do for India the conditions were not the most trying that he would ever face nor did the bowling attacks threaten life and limb Add to that the fact that the New Zealand and England series have been played at home on favourable pitches He has proved himself to be an able player of spin – something that even Anderson acknowledged – and against average spinners and pacers rendered toothless on pitches that hardly offered assistance Kohli one feels has had an easy ride In fact a look at Kohli’s Test career would tell you that he hasn’t got the better of top quality bowlers on difficult wickets on a consistent basis The emphasis here is on consistency The first time that he toured Australia in 2011-’12 he could score only 300 runs in eight innings that too against an Australian attack that was nowhere near as menacing during much of the noughties He has played only two Tests each in South Africa and New Zealand though he scored a hundred in both those tours plus a ninety against the Proteas But in 2014 he had one of the most forgettable tours of his career in England with scores of 1 8 25 0 39 28 0 7 6 and 20 This tally of 134 runs in 10 innings would have been scoffed at by even a tailender In that series Kohli’s technical flaws were indeed exposed with him repeatedly nicking deliveries outside the off stump Kohli had a torrid time against the England pacers and was dismissed on all but one occasion by the pacers in that series with Anderson accounting for his wicket four times The length of the series – played over five Tests – was a rigorous test of Kohli’s abilities against world class seam bowling in conditions that aided pace and movement Kohli had a far better outing in Australia later that season scoring four hundreds in four Tests against the likes of Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc which showed he was improving This turnaround of sorts reminded one of the way Rahul Dravid revived his ODI career which didn’t have the greatest of starts Dravid made his ODI debut in 1996 but could not live up to the huge expectations on him in the initial part of his ODI career and was dropped in 1998 A strike rate of around 64 in 65 matches gave the impression that he was not being able to grasp the concept of ODI cricket and was adequate reason for his omission However he reinvented himself identified his role in the side as a sheet anchor and became one of the mainstays of the Indian batting In fact the same Dravid who people said could not score quickly enough made a 22-ball 50 against New Zealand at Hyderabad in 2003 Kohli would have to fine tune his game to be at ease against top bowlers on pitches that suit pace and movement the way Dravid adjusted his game to the needs of ODI cricket He has had a tendency to reach out and push at deliveries outside the off stump playing away from his body which makes him susceptible to the balls moving away He has to address this "technical deficiency" in Anderson’s words The tour Down Under in 2014-’15 showed that the process is underway in right earnest Therefore it is difficult to agree with Anderson that Kohli’s technique hasn’t improved at all but it is a fact that a proper test of his abilities would be against pace bounce and movement and who better to take that test than Anderson himself who has mastered the art of swing bowling has over 400 Test wickets and is without a doubt one of the best bowlers of his generation That test will take place when India tours England next and Kohli would want to prove Anderson wrong It is also a fact that subcontinent pitches haven’t provided adequate challenge to Kohli’s batting nor have the opposition he has been playing against lately Kohli has proved himself against spin but you have to pass through fire to be counted as gold and the greatest challenge for Kohli in order to establish himself as one of the ‘greats’ of the game will be to tame pace bounce and movement facing up to the Andersons of the world download Indian 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