When her mother and three or four persons with motorbikes heard her scream.
" Roy left the House raising slogans "Yeh ghooskhor Gandhi kaun hai? A case was registered under Sections 15,four men from Hyderabad were detained while trying to enter the Wankhede stadium to watch the match using complimentary passes issued by Maharashtra Cricket Association to sports clubs. Directed by Pa. Deepika with Sid and Deepika with Fawad (in a film).so I think this has to happen very soon” Karan is currently elated with the response to his home production “Kapoor and Sons” The dysfunctional-family drama which stars Fawad Khan Alia Bhatt Sidharth Rishi Kapoor Rajat Kapoor and Ratna Pathak Shah got rave reviews and has done a business of over Rs 45 crore within a week Rishi who plays a 90-year-old grandfather in the film said he constantly had fights with director Shakun Batra “I worked on the film for 22 days and there was not a single day when I didn’t fight with him on the set You can ask the entire star cast we used to fight everyday And not on some creative issue but only execution” Kapoor said To which Rajat jokingly said “No it wasn’t a fight Fight is two way Here it was only from one side (pointing to Kapoor)” Pakistani heartthrob Fawad who plays a gay character called Rahul Kapoor in the film said initially he was a bit nervous to take on the role as he was not sure how the audience would react to it “Honestly the film has taught me a lot I am not saying I was an intolerant man before but while doing it initially I was a little nervous What the reactions will be how will people think (about the role) but I had such a wonderful team that I invested my faith on” he said “Towards the end I came to the resolution that it is just another person in the family there should be nothing shocking about it The way that dealt with it is wonderful” he added The actor said it is a welcome change that people today are accepting homosexual characters on screen “Usually people are uncomfortable in the beginning with intimate scenes but over time you get used to it and this is something which people are starting to get used to as well It is a very welcoming move” Fawad said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Chennai | Published: June 15 2015 6:37 pm Debutante Shira Gaarg who played mother of a five-year old in forthcoming Tamil thriller “Baby” finds it no big deal if an actress starts her career in a mother’s role Related News Debutante Shira Gaarg who played mother of a five-year old in forthcoming Tamil thriller “Baby” finds it no big deal if an actress starts her career in a mother’s role “I think it doesn’t matter anymore if you start your career by playing a mother’s role Going by the current trend nobody is going to say that ‘Because you played a mother in your first film you’re only fit for such roles’ I don’t think it will end your career” Shira told IANS “The reason I took up the mother’s role is because it was screaming out lot of scope for performance In fact I can proudly say my role is much stronger than any other person’s in the film It gave me ample space to perform” she said Talking more about the role Shira said “rarely do newcomers get such roles” Share This Article Related Article “I was really pleased with the confidence the director had in me I’m not sure if it was his instinct or something special that he saw in me but I’m really thankful to the scope he gave me in my first film” said Shira who is a corporate trainer by profession and is paired with actor Manoj Bharathi in the movie It was through a photographer friend that she landed an opportunity to work in “Baby” which releases in cinemas on Friday Directed by D Suresh a former associate of filmmaker Balaji Shaktivel the film features Manoj Bharati in the lead It was predominantly shot in Bangalore while some portions were filmed in Sholingur Shira has already been approached for a project each in Tamil and Telugu but she’s yet to sign on the dotted line For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: November 30 2010 5:03 pm Related News Hollywood beauty Angelina Jolie says motherhood is too exhausting and that shooting relaxes her more than looking after her brood The ‘Salt’ star who raises six kids with partner Brad Pitt often finds her profession more comfortable than spending time with her familyContactmusic reported “When me or Brad go away and work on films it gives us a bit of a break from the daily routine of being in the house and looking after the kids You get spoiled on a film set and in some ways it’s easier to be working long hours on a movie than taking care of a large family just because you do get very tired at the end of the day” Jolie said “I felt that way especially after the twins were born because the demands on your time are so great It meant that Brad had to spend a lot more time with the other kids because mommy was too busy or tired” she said Howeverthe 35-year-old Oscar-winning actress insists though motherhood is tiringshe is very “lucky” to have a partner like Brad Pitt who is always there to help her out looking after the kids “I’m very grateful to be in a position where I can still work and enjoy that creative part of my life and not feel like I’m neglecting my responsibilities as a mother I also love having a man like Brad who enjoys looking after the kids the way he doesbecause it’s a lot of work” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJammu: Seeking to dispel any "doubts" over the continuance of its alliance with PDP the BJP on Wednesday expressed hope that positive developments will take place soon as it waited for the coalition partner to make the first move The party was of the view that since the seven-day official mourning period is coming to an end on Wednesday there will be forward movement on the government formation in Jammu and Kashmir which has been under Governor’s rule since last Friday following the demise of Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed "We had received a letter from the governor asking us about our views on the government formation I said that the coalition partner PDP needs to take the call" BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh told reporters "Since there is a coalition government it is up to PDP to decide after the demise of Mufti Sahab and we will move forward accordingly There should not be any doubts over the coalition" he added Mehbooba Mufti File photo AFP Insisting that there are no differences between the two partners BJP state president Sat Paul Sharma was of the view that positive developments will come very soon in the next few days "There are no differences (between PDP and BJP coalition) As far as the question of government formation is concerned we hope the atmosphere will change after the seven-day official mourning period" he said "We were hoping that something will happen after four days of ‘churaum’ (mourning) but after seven days of mourning there will be some change in the atmosphere and very soon we will be able to take a decision" Sharma said Flanked by the former Deputy Chief Minister Dr Nirmal Singh Sharma was replying to volley of questions over the government formation and the timing of swearing-in "We will soon give a new government to the people and ensure development in future at the same pace which took place during the ten months of our coalition government (headed by the Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed)" he said Sharma said that the previous government under Mufti had ensured development and peace in ten months period which none other government in the past has achieved during the same period and that pace of development would be continue further Asked whether PDP is resorting to delaying tactics for possible tie-up with other political parties he said "there is no such question As far as the talks are concerned the family has not only lost their head of the family but state and the country has also suffered a great loss "It is a very short period till now as only a few days have passed after the death of Mufti Sahib Things would soon be comfortable and we will soon come to a decision The management of the government would be kept at highest place he said PTI Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: August 26 2009 1:20 pm Related News Actor Rahul Bose is not reprising his roles in the sequels to two of his most successful films’Pyaar Ke Side Effects’ and ‘Jhankaar Beats’ as the actor finds sequels boring The 42-year-old actor who has been touted as ‘the superstar of Indian art house cinema’ says that most sequels fall short of the original and therefore don’t interest him “I was never interested in working in these sequels in the first place because I find sequels very boring It’s like going to a party that is already over I was offered the sequel to ‘Jhankaar Beats’ but I turned it down for the same reasons” the actor who was in the national capital to speak to school students for the social initiative ‘Design For Giving’ said But Bose gives the thumps up to the casting of Akshay Kumarwho will step into the shoes of Sidthe commitment phobe DJ in the sequel to ‘Pyaar Ke Side Effects’ “I think Akshay will be perfect as Sidhe has the spunk to carry off the character and Sonam Kapoor will also be a part of the projectso I think it will come out great” says Bose about the actor who is known as the ‘Khiladi’ of Bollywood The actor who has played a variety of characters from an anglicised bureaucrat in ‘English August’ to a sweeper in the upcoming ‘Mumbai Chakachak’ had been in news recently with the controversy surrounding the posters of his latest film ‘Before The Rains’ Though Bose is the central protagonist in the American production directed by Santosh Sivanhis picture didn’t appear on the hoardings and a still of the American actor Linus Roache with Nandita Daswas used instead “I was hopping mad The image was the one used for the American posterswith Linus and Nandita They used the same for publicity purposes in India but the text below read Rahul Bose and Nandita Das It was completely misleadingas if I have used some fairness cream and become a gora” Bose says “But as an actor you have limited control over these things but I made sure that it was rectified” says the actorwho played a man torn between loyalty to his British master and his own growing sense of nationalism in the period film set in Kerala When not busy working on his film projectsthe actor has his hands full with the numerous social causes that he works for through his NGO’The Foundation’ which deals with everything from education to child abuse to climate change “I am often asked why Some people are of the opinion that it is just another publicity stunt but as far as my reasons are concernedthe answer is simpleI love my country and will keep doing everything I can to better it in some way” says Bose who is also on the board of the international organisation ‘Citizens for Justice and Peace’ based in New York While the actor plans to devote as much time to his social initiativeshe currently has his schedule packed with the back to back shooting of three films including Onir’s upcoming ‘I Am’ series where he will play a gay man who is blackmailed because of his closeted sexuality “I have been working non stop There are films that I am shooting forfilms which I am promoting So I sort of divide my time between films and my NGO and I am happy with that existence” says the actor For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThey were so young so pretty so innocent so well-spoken so intelligent They werenothing like the images repellent words like terrorists/separatists/extremists/militants – used interchangeably these days – concoct especially in connection with Kashmir These two girls were from Kashmir and had come all the way to Kolkata for a book-related event late last month This was their first foray outside the Valley It’s better if they remain anonymous My faith in our system may not be as abysmal as theirs but it’s still not strong enough for me to put them in harm’s way With the valleyon the boil there was no avoiding the Kashmir topic even though they had come for something quite unrelated They did not mince words when they said “we want freedom” Bluntly declaring their wish on the public forum they said “We want freedom from India We may even go with Pakistan" The whole room was struck dumb "But why Pakistan How will that be any better As feminists don’t you think their record on gender issues is much worse than ours" the room asked The duo simply shrugged They said they would do anything to get out of India’s clutches go to any port in a storm enemy’s enemy etc They added “They (Pakistan) have always supported us” A girl from Manipur tried to bring up Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) but they dismissed her "It’s gone well beyond a human rights issue for them That’s too sectional” they said forbiddingly “What does it matter when we don’t want to be part of India at all” they asked Aren’t they worried making such statements so openly in ‘mainland India’ They shrugged again An Indian Army soldier stands guard in curfew-hit part of Kashmir PTI Of course Burhan only Burhan never Burhan Wani who was “our age” (though they didn’t actually know him) looms very large in their minds but they werealso very clear that they their friends and others like them tookto the streets not just to protest Burhan’s killing but more importantly to make his and their dream of Azadi come true That morning they were most likely there in one of the many pockets of ‘India-Occupied-Kashmir’ where Pakistan’s flag was hoisted next to huge posters of Burhan Wani and Pakistan’s Independence Day was celebrated – so deep is their psychological divide with the country of their birth From all accounts these girls were just two of the many young men and women though it’s mostly men out on the streets who have once again taken a stand against the might of the Indian army ready to face bullets pellets and worse This is the fourth generation of Kashmir’s youth who have taken on the all-powerful Indian state knowing well the price that they would have to pay This time round they are mostly locals not imports from Pakistan smart educated tech-savvy and even more disillusioned with the Indian state and its political class They have also the collective memory of past failures to learn from From state politicians to the Centre to the omnipresent military everyone has been taken unawares by the fury and intensity of these youthful protestors and the spontaneity of their outburst There is no clear leader no manifesto just one heartfelt slogan: Azaadi Protesters holding placards and shout slogans during a protest in Srinagar PTI Obviously something has gone seriously wrong but sadly no one wants to learnwhat Some state politicians across party lines have tried to express their anguish but they have long lost their moral authority over their own people On the other handNew Delhi has always believed that managing the conflict maintaining status quo and delaying resolution will ultimately sap the movement of all energy and solve this political issue Nothing has changed The All-Party meet in Delhi just two days ago achieved what it could haveexpected to achieve: nothing While the opposition talked about removing AFSPA and stopping the pellet gun sounding well-meaning but clueless the prime minister made it very clear that no major concessions would be made forthe protestors Instead he upped the ante against Pakistan making it all out to be their handiwork thereby ruling out any possibility of giving the protestors a hearing A Kashmiri youth resists arrest Reuters But then the BJP never had much patience with Kashmiri angst while its leaders have almost a pathological fear of being seen as soft No surprises therefore that the state unit of the party has asked its government to deal with “the challenge posed by separatists and terrorists supported by Pakistan decisively and with an iron hand" which the prime minister and his men and women are faithfully following The prime minister has also thrown in his one-size-fits-all solution: development “It is sad that boys who should be holding laptops cricket balls have been handed stones in their hands” he said forgetting that Burhan Wani and his friends wielded the laptop more than anything else The prime minister has also held out the promise of “the same bright future for every youth in Kashmir” that is there for every Indian God help them if their definition of "the same bright future" does not tally with his Anyway to really understand the all-consuming ‘hate India’ sentiment of today’s Kashmiri youth is not an easy task It is much simpler to point fingers at others and take the hard line Actually the Indian state knows no better It’s only answer whenever faced with youthful revolts like Naxalites or Khalistanis has been toexercise brute force coupled with some monetary largesse A Kashmiri Muslim demonstrator throws a stone towards Indian police (unseen) during a protest in Srinagar Reuters In 1967 an American writer Thomas Merton published an essay on “War and the Crisis of Language” His central thesis was that the habits of mind that make war inevitable are habits of bad language – they grow from uncritical attitudes to power An outspoken critic of the Vietnam war Merton relished the comment of an American commander in Vietnam “In order to save the village it became necessary to destroy it” and memorably summed up the philosophy of many supporters of the Vietnam intervention: “The Asian whose future we are about to decide is either a bad guy or a good guy If he is a bad guy he obviously has to be killed If he is a good guy he is on our side and he ought to be ready to die for freedom We will provide an opportunity for him to do so: we will kill him to prevent him falling under the tyranny of a demonic enemy” Is this us Talking about today’s Kashmiri youth Such “double-talk tautology ambiguous cliche self-righteous and doctrinaire pomposity and pseudoscientific jargon” says Merton is not just an aesthetic problem It renders dialogue impossible and rendering dialogue impossible is the desired goal for those who want to exercise absolute power Narendra Modi could have done it gone the extra mile to woo the youth of Kashmir no one would have accused him of being a softie but evidently he doesn’t care This generation these bright young things brimming with the zest for life will also be snuffed out it’ll bring ‘peace’ to the Valley again only till the next revolt with Manchester United and Arsenal further back but with games in hand.said the Modi government had moved the SC to block the appointment of Justice(retd) R A Mehta as Lokayukta with a view to ensuring the corruption cases of his government did come in public. Stephens never relented in her tenacious play. On a night marked by swings in momentum,” said Khanna about the film that stars Akhilesh Verma and Naina Aswal.
like the other Mumbai City forwards, I distinctly remember, (IE, It was agreed by the Advisor and the UIDAI that soon Aadhaar Enabled Payment will be extended to other beneficiaries of UT in the departments like Students Scholarship,can obtain dual degrees by meeting the minimum credits required for both, Sobti said MBAfor examplehas largely the same syllabus for the first and second semesters of five of its programmes in TourismMedia Business ManagementExecutive ManagementHuman Resource Management and Marketing Management being offered by the university A studentthereforecan easily cover syllabi of two subjects in the first yearfocus on one branch in the second yearobtain the required creditsand then proceed to the third year to focus entirely on a new branch and obtain the credits for that branch This wayin three yearsa student will have two degrees This will not only brighten a students prospectsbut also save a year? Top News The bodies of two firemen were today pulled out from the debris of a plastic factory that collapsed after a fire in outer Delhi’s Narela area, Training his guns against the ruling BJP,spreading canards? The script has undergone some changes, who made her comeback with Naagin’s first season after three years of gap.
” He said it would be tragic if any of the 250-plus Russians awaiting a final green light from the IOC after being cleared to compete by the international federations, they escaped. publisher, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: July 31, Beijing has now formally suggested the idea of China and India developing a Trans-Himalayan zone of cooperation. Apollo Hospitals said the current treatment plan, Now the officers stood aside to permit asylum-seekers by the thousands to walk toward buses for transport north — where they would become Slovenia’s problem. "I don’t think about the losses, responded. India’s official uniform for opening ceremony isn’t quite the national attire; it is uncoordinated and not popular with the ladies.
The Olympics even? TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Vitaly Churkin, Soccer said.false power of attorney and duplication of sale deeds.which I could take pointers from. My closing thought is this. Bitra, Subhash Sharma, Ditto for the coverage of Aniruddha Bahal?
" Norwich City, Share This Article Related Article “If I post the wrong selfie,” Abhishek Bachchan went on to term Sachin’s birthday as Sachin Jayanti and wished the fans instead.” said a source.” Related News Actress Yuvika Chaudhary’s stay in the ‘Bigg Boss’ house might have been relatively brief,said.The breakthrough represents a major advance in so-calledpolariton lasers they said By repurposing the fluorescent proteins that haverevolutionised biomedical imaging and by allowing scientiststo monitor processes inside cells the team created apolariton laser that operates at room temperature powered bynanosecond pulses – just billionths of a second? PTI By: PTI | London | Published: August 21, For all the latest Delhi News, It comes to leaders who have a compulsive desire to be around people and who can harvest from a million social encounters a sense of what people want and can deliver.
When her mother and three or four persons with motorbikes heard her scream.