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Ill be who I am. — rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) April 9 2017 Tamil audio release of #Baahubali2 the conclusion in Chennai today at YMCA ground…very excited… — rajamouli ss (@ssrajamouli) April 9 2017 Baahubali: The Conclusion is going to have a grand music launch event in Chennai Expressing his excitement over the same SS Rajamouli wrote “Tamil audio release of #Baahubali2 the conclusion in Chennai today at YMCA ground…very excited” Before the release of the second part of Baahubali series the filmmakers have re-released the first part Baahubali: The Beginning on April 7 Starring Prabhas Rana Daggubati Anushka Shetty and Sathyaraj in the lead roles Baahubali: The Conclusion will have the biggest release in India with 6500 screens across the nation The film is said to be the biggest film of the year with expected box office collection of over Rs 500 crore in domestic The film is also being released in IMAX format For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBeijing: China on Thursday said India has "slapped its own face" by deciding to build a road near Pangong Lake in Ladakh and it would only worsen the Doklam dispute Beijing said the western sector of the boundary where India plans to build a road is not "delimited" It warned that the move was not "conducive" to peace in the region India’s home ministry has reportedly approved the building of a road from Marsimik La to Hot Spring in Ladakh Marsimik La is about 20 km from Pangong Lake where Indian and Chinese troops scuffled last week Representational image Reuters India and China have a dispute over the Line of actual control in the western sector of Ladakh "It seems that the Indian side is slapping its own face" Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said reacting to the development "The Indian side is closely following China’s road building but India’s action itself has proven that the Indian side says something and does another" she added "Its words are complete contradictions to its deeds on the border issues" she added "Now the current road construction in that area by the Indian side is not conducive to peace and stability in that area" "It will not help with settlement of the current situation" Hua said referring to the Doklam crisis "I should stress that the western section of the India-China boundary has not been delimited and the two sides have agreed to uphold peace and tranquillity before the disputes are settled" Hua said Indian and Chinese troops have been engaged in a standoff at Doklam in the Sikkim section for the past three months which has led to an escalation in bilateral tensions The dispute began when India stalled the construction of a Chinese road in Doklam which lies in the tri-junction of India China and Bhutan Bhutan has also protested China’s road building activity in its territory New Delhi perceives the Chinese road in Doklam a threat as the region is very close to its Siliguri corridor which connects India’s northeast with rest of the country The 3488 km de facto India-China border is divided into three sectors: west middle and east Written by Shalini Langer | New Delhi | Updated: March 31 2017 9:16 pm The Salesman movie review : Asghar Farhadi portrays how societies come to define themselves in terms of a woman’s honour and the things that can be done in its name Top News The Salesman movie director: Asghar Farhadi The Salesman movie cast: Taraneh Alidoosti Shahab Hosseini Babak Karimi The Salesman movie rating: 45 At first glance Emad Etesami seems far removed from Willy Loman the titular lead of Death of a Salesman that he plays in this story-within-a-story film Emad is well-liked well-loved and seems moderately successful in both his ventures as a teacher at a school and in the play that he leads And yet could Emad carry as many illusions about himself as Willy In this delicately crafted story of life marriage everyday violence — and kindness — writer-director Asghar Farhadi proves once again that there are few filmmakers like him in turning the camera inwards Here we first meet Emad (Hosseini) and his lovely and loved wife Rana (Alidoosti) on the set of the play where she is enacting Willy’s life Linda Next we see them at their home which they have been told to evacuate as the building is collapsing This panning from a set being assembled and a home being dissembled is of course calculated But the crack in the kitchen window and a Rana quietly gathering her things below it is just the first tool Farhadi deploys to build a gathering storm The second device again beautifully inserted and underplayed comes in the form of their new home The tenant who occupied it before them has left behind some of her stuff in a locked room They force it open to Emad’s discomfort to find lots of clothes and a child’s scribbled drawings The friend Babak (Karimi) who has got them this new home is cagey about the occupant Still nothing prepares us for the inexplicable violence that will upend Emad and Rana’s lives One night Rana has returned before Emad from the rehearsals and towards midnight as she has scrubbed the house clean and gone in for a shower someone rings the door She imagines it is Emad and lets the person in and goes back into the shower Later she is found naked and covered in blood The rest of the film hangs on what happened or not to her and what it does to both Rana and Emad Immediately the neighbourhood reveals that the previous tenant was a woman “with a lot of male guests” and the intruder could have been one of her clients We have just had a scene in the play of Willy’s son Biff discovering the prostitute his father frequents which was a pivotal moment in Biff’s life This prostitute in the play is portrayed by a divorcee who brings her son to the sets and believes perhaps not wrongly that she is being judged by the role she is doing There is a contrived use of a pick-up truck left behind by the attacker that jars But one can’t hold that grudge for too long as the film unfolds Emad’s carefully built image of a sensitive and by all accounts liberal husband who has also been encouraging his students to open their minds crumbles under the weight of the incident with Rana Here as in his A Separation Farhadi portrays how societies come to define themselves in terms of a woman’s honour and the things that can be done in its name While that film was also an observation on class differences The Salesman restricts its critical gaze largely to marriages and not just Emad and Rana’s as another heartbreakingly comes under strain due to it (while they are all good here a shout out to the brilliant brilliant Farid Sajjadi Hosseini) In this focus on couples the film gives us a rare patient glimpse of a love slipping away even as he she us pine Also read:Naam Shabana movie review: Why action heroine Taapsee Pannu needs ‘big bro’ AkshayKumar It also brings into brilliant view the fact that whether it is in Tehran where Censors may drop in to “chop three scenes still considered objectionable” or in Arthur Miller’s Brooklyn yet again chasing “the American dream” — and now a travel ban away — stories about people are not too dissimilar We may find another parallel of course While they are discussing a story a student of Emad asks him “How can man become a cow” Replies he: “Gradually” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: July 11 2017 12:39 pm Kirti Kulhari plays the titular role in Indu Sarkar Related News Her upcoming film Indu Sarkar based on the Emergency era has created ripples in the political circle even before its release and actor Kirti Kulhari says she foresaw the project landing into trouble as it is difficult to make films that do not offend anyone The Madhur Bhandarkar-directed film is based on the Emergency a 21-month long period from 1975 to 1977 when then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi unilaterally had declared a state of shutdown across the country “I did have an idea but the shoot went by so smoothly that I didn’t realise it For me it is just a film a story we are trying to tell “I sort of expected this but at the same time I didn’t know what the experience would be like I know Madhur is absolutely capable and experienced in handling these things I am not worried” Kirti said The movie is facing wrath of the politicians with Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam recently demanding to screen the film before it goes to censor board with concerns over the portrayal of party bigwigs like Indira Sanjay Gandhi and other senior leaders of the Indian National Congress in it The actor says it is “unfortunate” that people get offended easily despite all attempts to appease them”It is very tough There are so many peopleorganisations parities religions Whatever you try someone or the other will be offended It’s really unfortunate it shouldn’t happen” Kirti plays the titular role of a poetess in the filmwho has a speech problem and the 32-year-old actor says being consistent with the stammer was a challenge for her “Stammering is a very important part of the character I didn’t have a therapist on sets to guide me if I was doing it the right way I had to be my own judge… I shot the film with all the stammering then did the dubbing That’s where the therapist came in It was a very exhausting process maintaining the consistency was the biggest challenge Not once it should look like we are overdoing it or making fun It had to be organic” said the Pink actor Indu Sarkar is Kirti’s first film post her last release Pink and she hopes that people who stammer would like her performance “What I am really nervous about is what if people who stammer in real life come and say ‘no this is not how it happens’” she says The film is scheduled to release on July 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shailaja Bajpai | Updated: May 1 2014 5:47 pm Related News It’s been very much a Priyanka Gandhi week Let’s talk about the week that was Well first it wasn’t about Arvind “Cough” Kejriwal Second it wasn’t about Rahul “Earnest” Gandhi And it wasn’t much about the general elections either It was more about Robert “Damaad Shri” Vadra “Honeymoon” Ramdev Priyanka “Last Congressman or woman Standing” Gandhi and of course Narendra “Barrel-chested” Modi Derek “Quizmaster” O’Brien (TMC) gate-crashed this high-profile headline party by trying to change Modi’s professional qualifications from tea vendor to butcher but he was only briefly breaking news And for those of you who are avid YouTube watchers it might just have been about Last Week Tonight a new talk show in the US on HBO with stand-up and now sitting down comic John Oliver He devoted over five minutes of the premiere episode to the indifference of the American media to the Indian polls — “the biggest election in human history” “handsome” Rahul “hologram” Modi and the Foxification of our TV news channels The latter he illustrated with clips from Times “Shouting” Now matches and CNN-IBN’s incorrect graphic “A Billion Votes” whereas there are 815 million voters Well it was fun while it lasted although it was a bit far-fetched to claim that Modi was fighting this election on the strength of “toilets” for everyone even as bathroom humour From what we watch on TV news the election campaign is no laughing matter We saw Ramdev hurt Rahul’s feelings by saying he wants to marry a foreigner but his mother wants him to be prime minister first (boo-hoo) and the feelings of Dalits by saying that Rahul visits their homes for “picnics” and “honeymoon” (for which he’d have to be married first right) The BJP insulted the first family’s son-in-law to target Priyanka for deriding Modi’s 56-inch chest with its video broadcast on all news channels entitled “Damaad Shri” That was difficult to engage with for the lay viewer but obviously hit its mark because Priyanka immediately fired back with her description of the BJP as “panic-stricken rats” It’s been very much a Priyanka Gandhi week with the media — and the BJP — hanging on to every word she had to utter That’s the thing about this election: leading politicians are using the media to address each other rather than to address the problems facing the people They are talking to each other and they’re talking to the entire nation via TV (or in Modi’s case holograms) So Priyanka may be delivering an election speech in Rae Bareli but her remarks are for the BJP and a national audience Also the media is largely indifferent to coverage of the problems facing the people and how politicians on the campaign trail say they will tackle them The media concentrates on the day’s tu-tu-main-main This has made much of the TV coverage a simple affair: during the day there’s coverage of speeches by Modi and then whatever footage is available of a Gandhi campaigner followed by Kejriwal — uncharacteristically quiet in the last week or is he being drowned out by the Modi-Gandhi battle cries In the evening their most quotable sound bites become the subject of the TV shouting matches Zee News broke through the noise on Monday by broadcasting an interview with Modi the latest in a string of interactions he has had with Hindi/ regional language news channels Notice that the mainstream English news channels have been studiously ignored by him Modi was expansive relaxed admitting he had weaknesses like any other human being that the Gujarat model could not be followed everywhere that he was against communal caste and class politics It was a general free-falling session without anything controversial There are a lot of filmy and TV types fighting elections this time — Hema Malini Smriti Irani Kirron Kher Raj Babbar etc — and a few of them are covering the elections too Watched Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Kehta Hai India (Focus TV) as he travels through parts of northern India to get a feel of the elections Then found Tom Alter in Varanasi talking to people about their political preferences Congressman Jairam Ramesh said in an interview with CNN-IBN that Modi’s “not coming to power” On such occasions you do feel for politicians: even when the overwhelming evidence points in the losing direction they have to insist their party is on the winning side shailajabajpai@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kaunain Sheriff M | New Delhi | Published: July 9 2017 4:47 am Fumigation underway in Lutyens’ Delhi Amit Mehra Top News As the capital witnesses a rise in cases of mosquito-borne infections hospitals in the city have reported cases of co-infection — where the patient tests positive for two infections at the same time According to the latest data released by the MCD 71 cases of malaria 55 cases of dengue and 108 cases of chikungunya have been reported up to July 1 this year Doctors have confirmed that there are cases wherein a patient has tested positive for both malaria and dengue as well malaria and chikungunya At least seven patients have tested positive for a co-infection at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital a senior hospital official confirmed The latest case reported at the Delhi hospital is of a 30-year old man who came with the most common symptoms of chikungunya — fever and joint pain “When he was examined the patient tested positive for chikungunya Since there is no treatment for chikungunya we treated the symptoms and advised the patient to drink fluids to avoid dehydration” Dr Atul Gogia Consultant Department of Medicine Sir Gangaram Hospital said However doctors said the symptoms of fever and chills did not abate “We tested the patient for malaria and it came back positive” the doctor said In another case a 22-year man who was referred to Sir Gangaram Hospital had a reduced platelet count — a symptom of dengue “The patient had high grade fever and low platelet count When examined he tested positive for dengue But the fever continued We later tested for malaria and it was positive” Dr Gogia said The doctor said patients with co-infections have to be correctly diagnosed to ensure no further complications arise “In dengue and chikungunya one can only treat the symptoms There is no specific treatment However when the patient has dengue and malaria it should be ensured that malaria is diagnosed first Since symptoms of malaria mimic those of dengue it remains undiagnosed in most cases Hence diagnosis of malaria is most important as the infection is treatable unlike dengue and chikungunya” Dr Gogia said Last year AIIMS had confirmed the presence of co-infections with chikungunya — 94 per cent of patients had both dengue and chikungunya while 3 per cent had malaria and chikungunya Chikungunya and dengue are mosquito-borne viral infections with symptoms such as fever rashes and joint pain The causative organism chikungunya virus is transmitted to humans by the aedes aegypti mosquito Malaria however is a mosquito-borne infection caused by parasitic protozoans and is commonly transmitted by an infected female anopheles mosquito For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News So in order to refer to such judgments,yes,1957.

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