Tanishaa Mukerji began her acting career through the 2003 slasher film Sssshhh.. and was very active during the 2000s. She is the sister of the known Bollywood actress Kajol Devgn, Tanisha hasn’t been seen much on the big screen after the 2010 film Tum Milo Toh Sahi, though she was very active on the small screens during this time.
Soon the Actress will again mark her come back to the Hindi cinema through the spy thriller film Code Name Abdul, written and helmed by Eshwar Gunturu. As CNA is a spy thriller genre movie, it tells the story of a covert mission to move a terrorist from the U.S.A to India.
Star Cast of Code Name Abdul
The Star Cast Includes Tanishaa Mukerji as the main lead, Akku Kulhari is making her debut through CNA, Ashok Chaudhary is also a debutante, Khatera Hakimi, Sumend Wankhede, Anshuman Sharma, Anil Sachdeva, Bharat Tiwari & Aman Singh Mukar. Hemangi Shah is the producer.
Code Name Abdul Release Date
Recently the actress took to her Insta handle and announced the release date of the film, with the new poster of CNA in which ” A Simple Mission, Until They Met Her” was written. Code Name Abdul is hitting theatres on 10 Dec 2021.
Code Name Abdul explores a covert mission of four agents of Research & Analysis Wings (R&AW), who are summoned to bring back a notorious terrorist Tariq from the United States of America (U.S.A) to India, everything was going easily, but then came his sister-in-law Salma (Tanisha) in midst of this, and the story tweaked from here.
Watch the full movie in Dec to know that will the four agents are gonna succeed in their missions, Or who is Salma is she really the criminal’s relative, how does she know a lot about his master plan?
The trailer of Code Name Abdul was recently released on the official YouTube channel of Saregama Music. Ajay Loka is the cinematographer or director of photography, Amar Mohile has given the music, it is made under the production of Avantika Productions with the collaboration of A Mise En Scene Films production.
Kajol is seen promoting her sister’s film
Finally, the trailer of #CodeNameAbdul is here and it is so gripping! Proud of you baby sister @TanishaaMukerji I can’t wait to watch you on the big screen again!❤️#CodeNameAbdul releasing in cinemas on 10th Dec.https://t.co/KR5WX9Yxk2@CodeNameAbdul@EshwarGunturu
Dexter: New Blood episode 4 recap: Did Harrison inherit the Dark Passenger?by Mads Lennon
It’s Sunday, and that means we’ve just gotten to see another episode of Dexter: New Blood. If you’re all caught up on the fourth episode, you probably want to know what you can expect from Dexter: New Blood episode 5 and when to anticipate it airing on Showtime. We’ve got all the details you’ll need to watch the latest episode and prepare for what’s to come below.
In the most recent episode, Dexter found confirmation that Harrison is probably struggling with a Dark Passenger of his own. Harrison and Ethan end up in a violent confrontation after Ethan shows Harrison his bloody drawings and intended kill list, resulting in Harrison stabbing him and putting him in the hospital. Of course, Harrison tells the public and his dad that he was acting in self-defense, but Dexter soon deduces the truth.
Dexter: New Blood episode 5 release date
The next episode, titled “Runaway,” will premiere next Sunday, December 5, at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT. Showtime has been releasing episodes of Dexter: New Blood early via their app, so you will also be able to watch the episode as early as Sunday, December 5, at 12:01 a.m. ET/PT if you don’t want to wait to watch live on television.
Dexter: New Blood episode 5 preview
The official Showtime synopsis teases that Dexter will have to take extreme measures to protect his son from drugs. Harrison revealed that he was sober in an earlier episode, but photos for next week’s installment show him in the hospital. Perhaps the stress of everything that happened with Ethan caused him to relapse, and Dexter lets his Dark Passenger out to kill the person who gives Harrison access to drugs.
Meanwhile, Angela and Molly go on a road trip to learn more about the missing girls and start to look differently at a well-respected member of their community. I’m assuming they’re going to find out something sinister about Kurt Caldwell, or perhaps the petro-billionaire Edward Olsen (though I’m not sure he’s considered “well-respected”).
Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, Anthony Fauci, said on Sunday the US has “the potential to go into a fifth wave” of coronavirus infections amid rising cases and stagnating vaccination rates. He also warned that the newly discovered Omicron variant shows signs of heightened transmissibility.
As Fauci toured the political talkshows, countries around the world including the US scrambled to guard against Omicron, which has stoked fears of vaccine resistance.
On Sunday evening, shortly after the first Omicron cases in North America were confirmed in Canada, the White House said Biden met Fauci and other advisers on returning to Washington from holiday in Nantucket.
Fauci, a statement said, “informed the president that while it will take approximately two more weeks to have more definitive information on the transmissibility, severity, and other characteristics of the variant, he continues to believe that existing vaccines are likely to provide a degree of protection against severe cases of Covid”.
The statement also said those already vaccinated should receive booster shots. Biden would “provide an update about the new variant and the US response on Monday”, the White House said.
Earlier, Fauci discussed why Omicron has raised such alarm.
“Right now we have the window into the mutations that are in this new variant,” he told NBC, “and they are troublesome in the fact that there are about 32 or more variants in that very important spike protein of the virus, which is the business end of the virus.
“In other words, the profile of the mutations strongly suggest that it’s going to have an advantage in transmissibility and that it might evade immune protection that you would get, for example, from the monoclonal antibody or from the convalescent serum after a person’s been infected and possibly even against some of the vaccine-induced antibodies.
“So it’s not necessarily that that’s going to happen, but it’s a strong indication that we really need to be prepared for that.”
Fauci also pointed to how Covid case numbers shifted dramatically in South Africa, where Omicron was discovered, over a short period.
“You were having a low level of infection, and then all of a sudden there was this big spike … and when the South Africans looked at it, they said, ‘Oh my goodness. This is a different virus than we’ve been dealing with.’
“So it clearly is giving indication that it has the capability of transmitting rapidly. That’s the thing that’s causing us now to be concerned, but also to put the pressure on ourselves now to do something about our presentation for this.”
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said no Omicron cases have been discovered in the US.
Fauci said: “As we all know, when you have a virus that has already gone to multiple countries, inevitably, it will be here.”
On CBS, Fauci said any fifth wave of cases “will really be dependent upon what we do in the next few weeks to a couple of months”.
“We have now about 62 million people in the country who are eligible to be vaccinated,” he said, “who have not yet gotten vaccinated.
“Superimpose upon that the fact that, unquestionably, the people who got vaccinated six, seven, eight, nine, 10 months ago, we’re starting to see an understandable diminution in the level of immunity. It’s called waning immunity, and it was seen more emphatically in other countries before we saw it here.”
Fauci said an increase in immunization rates and booster shots might prevent another surge – but the US had to act fast.
“So if we now do what I’m talking about in an intense way, we may be able to blunt that,” he said. “If we don’t do it successfully, it is certainly conceivable and maybe likely that we will see another bit of a surge. How bad it gets is dependent upon us and how we mitigate.”
Politically charged resistance would seem to make a rapid increase in vaccination rates unlikely. While more than 70% of US adults are fully vaccinated, the most recent CDC data indicated cases up 16% over the previous week. By Sunday there had been 48,202,506 cases in the US with 776,537 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, also discussed the Omicron variant on Sunday.
“I think the main thing that has us focused on this,” he told CNN, “… is that it has so many mutations.”
Collins also said there were “good reasons to think it will probably be OK but we need to know the real answers to that and that’s going to take two or three weeks”.
On Friday, Biden said the US would join other countries and impose restrictions on travel from southern Africa from Monday.
Collins said: “I know, America, you’re really tired of hearing these things, but the virus is not tired of us and it’s shape-shifting itself. If you imagine we’re on a racetrack here … it’s trying to catch up with us, and we have to use every kind of tool in our toolbox to keep that from getting into a situation that makes this worse.
“We can do this but we have to do it all together.”
On CBS, Fauci was also asked about Republican attacks over federal research prior to the pandemic and his role in the Trump administration.
“Anybody who’s looking at this carefully realizes that there’s a distinct anti-science flavor to this,” he said. “They’re really criticizing science because I represent science. That’s dangerous. To me, that’s more dangerous than the slings and the arrows that get thrown at me.”
Asked if he thought attacks were meant to scapegoat him and deflect attention from Donald Trump’s failures, Fauci said: “You have to be asleep not to figure that one out.”
“I’m just going to do my job and I’m going to be saving lives and they’re going to be lying,” he said.