Ranveer Singh turns 34!!

He Entered from Band Bajaa Barat as newcomer in Bollywood industry and created a benchmark through his powerful and energetic performance. The superstar Ranveer Singh turns 34 today, a genuine, kind  person who just breathe to do acting, whether you talk about his roles in padmavat, ram-leela , Gully boy and much more to come, he have actually played as different characters perfectly well. Ranveer singh has proved that through true dedication anyone can achieve his/her dream or the goal they want to. To make his birthday even more special Ranveer posted his look as kapil dev for his upcoming movie 83.

Ranveer is actually the maternal third cousin of actress Sonam Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor and Harshvardhan Kapoor ,he dropped his last name Bhavani before entering the Bollywood, you would be surprised to know that ranveer singh rejected 3 big bollywood movies before finalising Band Bajaa Barat, and we can say truly he made a very good choice.he would be playing the role of Kapil dev in his upcoming movie 83 , which is based on 1983 cricket world cup lifted by Indian by defeating west Indies. He is also likely t play as a Mughal prince Dara Shikoh in karan Johar’s directorial comeback Takht, that would be a historical drama. We wish him Happy Birthday!!

IRCTC to operate two trains as a plan to let private firms to run trains.

It looks like the government is planning to let private firms to operate some of its trains.  The railways will experiment this plan by handing the operations of two of its trains to its tourism and ticketing arm, IRCTC as a pilot project and will see for the project if its success.

The railway board will induct private operators to run passenger trains on low congestion routes.  In order to boost its service quality , the railways will allow the private firms to run the trains on low congestion routes which connect important tourist destinations.

IRCTC will solely provide ticketing and on board services on the trains which it will be operating, The custody of the rakes will be transferred to IRCTC which means that their could be some changes in the looks of the trains and the interior, in return IRCTC will pay annual lease charges to the railways financing arm,IRFC.

Railway Board Chairman V K Yadav in a letter sent to all senior officials asked,”to identify operators willing to participate in the bidding process for rights to run passenger trains connecting important cities.