Ranbir Kapoor will play an outlaw in Yash Raj Films’s upcoming action-adventure Shamshera. The film marks Kapoor’s third collaboration with the studio after Bachna Ae Haseeno (2008) and Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year (2009).
The 45-second teaser of Shamshera features a battle-scarred Kapoor holding on to an axe and arrows as he declares himself to be “Karam se dacait, dharam se azaad”. Shamshera will be directed by Karan Malhotra, who has previously directed Agneepath (2012) and Brothers (2015). Malhotra has a three-film deal with Yash Raj Films.
“Shamshera is exactly the film I was looking for,” Kapoor said in a press release. “While growing up watching Hindi commercial cinema, I had an image of what a film hero should be doing. Shamshera allows me to do everything that I had imagined and it’s a very exciting project for me. Karan is going to take me completely out of my comfort zone and I’m looking forward to this challenge.”
Shamshera will commence production by the end of 2018. Kapoor’s next release is Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanjay Dutt biopic Sanju on June 29. Kapoor is also shooting for Ayan Mukerji’s Brahmastra.
Innovations in payment options are making premium products more accessible
No need for documentation or applications to own high-quality items
Credit cards have long been associated with an aspirational lifestyle. The ability to buy something out of your wish list without needing to pay the entire amount can tempt even the most disciplined shoppers. A designer couch, the latest mobile phone, a home entertainment system or a car, as long as you can pay back the borrowed amount within the grace period, your credit card purchases know no bounds.
However, credit cards, pre-approved or not, come with a number of complications. The tedious application procedure starts with the collection and submission of various documents. Moreover, there are several reasons your credit card application might get rejected including low income that compromises your repayment capability, certain occupations or work history, mistakes in the application form, possession of multiple cards or even a failed physical verification attempt. While applying for a credit card might have become easier, the success of the application can take time and effort.
Credit card owners are regaled with benefits all year round with attractive EMIs, offers on purchases, airline miles, lounge access, cashbacks and a plethora of exclusive deals. It’s worth noting that debit card owners don’t get even half of these benefits and offers, despite the sheer size of the debit card customer base in the country (846.7 million compared to 36.2 million credit card holders).
This imbalance of finance and purchase options between credit card and debit card owners is slowly changing. For instance, the new EMIs on debit card feature on Flipkart ensures affordability and accessibility to Indian consumers who don’t own credit cards. The payment innovation increases the purchasing power of the consumer. By providing credit access to non-credit card holders, expensive and high-quality products are made more affordable for a large base of customers without denting their cash flow. The video below comically captures a scenario that people who don’t own a credit card will relate to.
Flipkart’s EMIs on debit card feature doesn’t require a minimum account balance, documentation, nor does it charge a processing fee, making online shopping a seamless experience even for more high-end products. To find out if you’re eligible for EMIs on debit card, see here.
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