Silly Mistakes in Rajinikanth’s Movie ‘Kabali’. Did you notice them?

Most awaited movie Kabali released on 22nd July. The movie released with massive opening and break almost all records of Indian Film Industry. Check here some funny Silly Mistakes in Rajinikanth’s Movie ‘Kabali’. Did you notice them?

Kabali is a 2016 Indian Tamil-language gangster-drama film written and directed by Pa. Ranjith and produced by Kalaipuli S. Thanu. The film revolves around the gang war between Kabaleeswaran (played by Rajinikanth) and Tony Lee (portrayed by Taiwanese actor Winston Chao). Radhika Apte, Dhansika, Dinesh Ravi, Kalaiyarasan, and John Vijay also star in pivotal roles.

Principal photography for the film began on 21 August 2015 in Chennai. While filming mostly occurred in Malaysia, smaller scenes were shot in Bangkok and Hong Kong. The film was released on 22 July 2016 to mixed reviews. Kabali released in 3200 screens in India, of which 2200 were in South India.


In the first scene, the guard is seen behind Rajinikanth, but suddenly just in the next scene the guard is missing Where he goes??


The man who has not scented anywhere in the first scene suddenly appears in the next scene.


Few men are in the first scene but in next scene, they are disappeared. No clue!!

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In both the Scene Position of Pillow gets changed see it.

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Again the same person missing 

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See carefully in this scene 

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No Words



In the first scene, there were no sindoor and ID card was seen, but at the subsequent sequence, both sindoor and ID card is seen. How is it possible?




But love to see Rajnikanth. catch the RajniKanth nearby theaters now.

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5 Silly Mistakes In ‘Sultan’ Sure You Fail To Notice

One of the most awaited movies of this year, Salman Khan’s Sultan released on Wednesday. Well, movie crossed 100 crore club within 3 days. No doubt movie is super hit but waits here is 5 Silly Mistakes In ‘Sultan’ Sure You Fail To Notice.

Bollywood movie Sultan is Sport based movie on Sultan Ali Khan directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. Produced by Aditya Chopra under Yash Raj Films banner, the film stars Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma and centers around Sultan Ali Khan (Salman Khan), a wrestler who has problems in his professional and personal life. From a small town wrestler in Haryana, Sultan achieves global fame winning bouts at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, the 2011 FILA Wrestling World Championships in Istanbul and the 2012 London Olympics. Well, movies full entertaining but have some silly mistake which director and editor missed.

Audience and critics alike, everyone is pouring appreciation for the movie. Well no doubted this movie is the best movie of Salman Khan.

You will find so many instances which will make you laugh. There are several scenes that’ll make you cry. You will get to learn some biggest life lessons.

Guys don’t wait for the weekend to come, go and watch today!

Have a happy time, and don’t miss to share your thoughts with me. And feel free to share these silly mistakes in Sultan with your Bolly friends!

Source Wittyfeed

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Have a look at the Instagram logo, it looking something different. Logo color is not blue well may be designer don’t understand the difference between Instagram and  Facebook.

JetBlue Force a women to Change Cloth When Crew Decided too Short Went Viral

Maggie McMuffin Burlesque dancer told her shorts were too short to fly with Jetblue, Jetblue crew Forced her to wear something else than shorts.

Well we don’t have any dress code for flies. But, it doesn’t mean that you can wear anything while taking fly. A women learn this things when JetBlue crew forced her to change the outfits.

Maggie McMuffin from Seattle, Washington, forced not to board on JetBlue flight by the crew at Logan Airport. She wore too small shorts that Crew members thought it is inappropriate to board on flight.

“I was told it was the pilot’s final say so these are not official rules that can be broken,” McMuffin told KIRO7 in Seattle. “I felt very disrespected.”

Since she wasn’t carrying anything else to cover up, so she found some $22 sleep trunks in an airport store, which she put on before boarding to the JetBlue flight.

Molly McIsaac Friend and also burlesque performer posted on the facebook to go public with this. She post as

This is Maggie McMuffin. Maggie is a burlesque performer and also a friend. This is what she was wearing last week when JetBlue told her she was dressed inappropriately and couldn’t board the flight from Boston to Seattle she had paid for. She was connecting in Boston from NYC, also a JetBlue flight – which had no issues with the way she was dressed.

No explanation was given except that the pilot said her clothes would prevent her boarding the plane. The flight lead asked if she had anything else to wear, and told her if she didn’t they could rebook the flight for her. Maggie ended up having to go to another terminal to buy a pair of women’s sleep shorts in XL for “proper coverage”.

Despite contacting Jet Blue at length, all they have done to “make it right” is refund her for the swim trunks and give her less than $200 in credit. The company apologized but the pilot did not. They have not offered any explanation for their behavior.

Sexism is alive and well in this world. How does what Maggie was wearing effect her ability to fly? It doesn’t.

Please share this status. Make this go viral. Maggie did not deserve to be treated like this.

Here extract Facebook status

The airline is standing behind the crew’s decision, however they are reimbursing McMuffin for the cost of the trunks as well as a $200 flight

“The gate and on board crew discussed the customer’s clothing and determined that the burlesque shorts may offend other families on the flight,” a JetBlue spokesman told KIRO7.

While there isn’t exactly a dress code for JetBlue — or any other U.S. carrier — the carrier’s contract of carriage does include a clause about proper attire under the conditions in which a passenger would be refused.