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FACTS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT DISNEYLAND!

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Walt Disney’s vision of a genuine dreamland breathed life into mystical activity when it opened its doors in 1955, and during that time it has turned into a staple of American pop culture on account of its accumulation of adorable characters, energizing rides, and dramatic introduction.

Disneyland may have given us deep-rooted recollections, but at the same time, it’s kept privileged insights covered up in the Disney Vault directly alongside a few of its prevalent video discharges.

Disneyland originally opened on Sunday, July 17th, 1955 with a total of 18 attractions. The park has 51 attractions now, excluding the attractions in Disney California Adventure Park. When the park got opened, admission was $1, and now its $99. As of 2014, the park had welcomed almost 700 million guests since its opening.

The plants in Tomorrow land are all edible. You can eat the plants in Tomorrow land, as the themed island is meant to double as a farm “where humanity makes the most of its resources.”

The park’s haunted mansion has a pet cemetery. It’s hidden on the mansion’s side lawn – a place that guests rarely see. The cemetery is fake, pets aren’t actually buried there, and the inscriptions on the gravestones are meant to be funny. Over 84 million Mickey Mouse ears have been sold since Disneyland opened.

The Matterhorn has a basketball court, a half-court basketball structure can supposedly be found above the coaster ride, where employees go to shoot hoops during breaks. Rumour is, it still sits at the top of the mountain.

Disneyland was built in just one year. Despite early financial troubles, the $17 million theme park opened its doors within the estimated time span of 365 days. A secret apartment hides inside the theme park’s fire station. Urban legend has it that this was Walt Disney’s private apartment.

Over 200 feral cats live in the park, the felines are there to keep rodents away, though you’d be lucky to encounter one as the majority are said to be nocturnal creatures.

Walt Disney required all employees to be cleanly shaven. Theme park workers were actually allowed to grow moustaches in the 2000s.

Real human skeletons were used as props when Pirates of the Caribbean first opened, adding a sense of realism to the attraction, Disneyland had real human remains on exhibit, on loan from UCLA, but only one human skull remains as of today.

It has only closed three times in its history. Those times includes the national day of mourning for John F. Kennedy, the Northridge earthquake in 1994, and 9/11. There is a secret club in the park where only special guests can enter, it’s called Club 33 and it’s where a select few can escape the massive crowds to drink fancy cocktails, eat five-star cuisine, and hang with celebrities such as rumoured members Elton John and Tom Hanks.

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Coronavirus Pandemic: This Television actress was seen feeding stray dogs

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Coronavirus has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. After that, Bollywood and Television came to a standstill with a number of movies, albums and commercial advertising stuck in the wake of the virus. Television celebrities spend time indoors with their friends and loved ones as part of their precautions. People are spotting animals on deserted streets, they are also sharing footage of animals making new friends and pet owners are spending quality time with their furry babies aka new co-workers. And sometimes, these cats and dogs are the only bit of calm keeping everything together during the quarantine.

In today’s times, when the world is fighting against COVID-19, we see many celebs sharing their views and asking the audience to stay indoors. A few have shared how they are spending their quarantine time at home. Meanwhile, actress Sangeeta Kapure was seen taking precautionary measures and feeding the stray dogs in her building. In the post, we can see that the kind-hearted actress is feeding stray dogs. However, she has worn a mask. This is indeed a beautiful gesture by the actress and a wonderful way to share the message, to help humans and pets. She shared the post and urged people to come forward and donate food products such as Parle G, Tiger Glucose Biscuits, Bread, Milk, to the address in the link below.

Instagram Link: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-bmAqJnmPH/

However, television actress Sangeeta Kapure, is currently seen in Star Plus’ show Yeh Rishtey Hai Pyaar Ke where she plays the role of Nidhi Rajvansh and is loved by many. Her acting is much appreciated by the audience. Fans are in love with her character and have given all love and support to the actress for the same.

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YouTubers Mrunal Panchal & Manav Chhabra join hands for an interesting project

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YouTube sensations, ace influencers and popular Tik Tok stars, Manav Chhabra and Mrunal Panchal who are known for their crowd engaging content have joined hands for an interesting video segment. Recently, Manav aka Mr. Mnv started a new show where he interviews interesting people and plays fun games with them on his channel. And this time he will be having Mrunal aka Mrunu for the episode.

Manav and Mrunu have been the trendsetters when it comes to influencers. Both were amongst the only chosen ones who met Dua Lipa when she visited India. And with this short collaboration for Manav’s YouTube, the two have a good quarantine treat for their fans.

Manav says, “It was fun having Mrunu on my show. She is a joyful person anyone would love to spend time with. And overall she is a good sport too. It was indeed a good experience.”

Mrunal adds, “When it comes to creativity, Manav truly outstands. And with this show, he has created a new peg in the niche. It was my pleasure to be on his show. Looking forward to hearing from our fans about this short and sweet collaboration.”

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Coronavirus Outbreak: For the first time in history, the lifeline of Mumbai will be completely Splinter.

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In an attempt to step up its fight against the deadly Coronavirus, the Indian Railways agreed to shut down Mumbai’s lifeline— local trains— at midnight on 22 March for the next eight days. However, goods trains will be allowed to operate as usual to ensure the provision of essential services.

An official notification from the Indian Railways said, “In continuation of the measures taken in the wake of COVID-19, it has been decided that all passenger train services on Indian Railways, including premium trains, mail/express trains, passenger trains, suburban trains, Kolkata Metro rail, Konkan Railway, etc shall be canceled till midnight of March 31.” This includes the suburban network of Mumbai as well.

In addition, the notification notes that trains which had already begun their journey before 4 am 22 March will be permitted to reach their destinations.

Reasonable provisions will be made for passengers during travel and at their destinations as well. It also noted that the movement of goods trains will continue to ensure the delivery of critical services across the country.

In addition, for the convenience of travelers, the full refund of tickets for all canceled trains may be given until 21 June 2020. Adequate arrangements should be made to promote the hassle-free refund of passengers affected by train cancellations.

This is the first time in the history of Indian Railways that suburban local trains have been shut down completely for eight days. According to the Railway archives, “Earlier instances of closure and limitations include the 1896 plague in Bombay, the 1944 Bombay Dock Explosion, the 1974 railway strike and terror, and bomb attacks and monsoon interruptions. But never has the Railways been completely down. During the 1896 plaque and 1944 dock explosion, a similar exodus had happened.”

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