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com/aBgS3kh0DC — #BIGGBOSS #UNSEEN? For all the latest Jaipur News, who had registered through incubators, every one of the seeded stars was eliminated, In this bout, Mominul Haque, 2017 3:37 pm Daisy Shah feels the best part about live shows is the mess up that happens backstage. Related News Actress Daisy Shah once a background dancer is set for a tour with superstar Salman Khan later this month She says the best part about live shows is the mess up that happens backstage which the audience doesn’t get to know She along with the superstar and other celebrities will be on a tour from Friday to April 23 in Malaysia Hong Kong Auckland in New Zealand and Sydney and Melbourne in Australia Talking about it Daisy told IANS in an email interaction: “Salman is doing a live tour after 12 years… That itself is quite interesting He has been like a rock in my life and is a great mentor and an awesome friend to haveThe best part about live shows is the mess up that happens backstage which audiences really don’t know We tend not to make stupid faces when we miss a step It’s only us and the dancers who know about it Once the show ends we generally tend to sit back discuss and have a good laugh about it” Also read |Maniesh Paul to host and perform for Salman Khan’s ‘Da Bang’ tour She has done just one film — Jai Ho– with Salman but says she has known him for a long time “This is the first time I am doing a tour as a leading lady and live shows are always different from films The biggest advantage of doing a film is the possibility of a retake but when it comes to live shows it’s just like plays there are no retakes “I have done many live shows as an assistant choreographer I have never done a show with Salman before And now I’m doing a tour with him as one of his leading actresses” Daisy said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Published: June 5 2013 10:44 am Related News Madhuri Dixitwho ruled the hearts of the audience in 80s and 90ssays when she started her careerpeople tried to pull her down by saying she won’t be able to make her place in Bollywood “Being a woman you always go through something or the other When I made my debut in Bollywoodmany people told me I can’t doit’s not a good placeI can’t make my position in this industry But that time I had faith in myself and worked and proved everyone what can I do” Madhuri said at an event yesterday “When you push yourself you rise up to the challenge and you realise your strength When adversity comes that’s when one stands for themselves” she added Madhuri made her acting debut with Abodh in 1984 but the film failed at the box office Her next release Awara Baap (1985) also turned out to be failure In 1986 Madhuri starred in Swati and Manav Hatyaboth the films being declared as flops She had three releases in 1987 MohreHifazat and Uttar Dakshinwhich also did not do well After a series of consecutive flopsshe finally attained stardom with Tezaab in 1988 The film went on to become that year’s highest grossing movie Thereafter she delivered hit films one after the otherincluding Ram LakhanPrem PratigyaaTridevParindaDilSaajanBetaMrityudandDil Toh Pagal Hai and others After her marriage in 1999 to Shriram Nenea US-based surgeonshe did Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Devdas in 2002 She then took a break and staged a comeback with Aditya Chopra’s home production Aaja Nachle in 2007 Despite missing from the silver screenthe 46-year-old film star was very much present on small screen She appeared as one of the judges in TV dance reality showJhalak Dikhla Jaa in season fourfive and now six After marriageMadhuri relocated to the US for almost a decade But in 2011she shifted her base back in Mumbai along with her family Madhuri will feature in the upcoming film Gulab Gang directed by newcomer Soumik Senwhich also stars Juhi ChawlaMahie GillShilpa Shukla and others The other is Vishal Bharadwaj’s home production Dedh Ishqiya Meanwhilefilmmaker Anubhav Sinha looks all charged up for his first upcoming film as a producer Gulaab Gang as he plans different marketing and promotion strategies The first such initiative being called ‘Believe’a campaign that celebrates triumphs of women of India and their stories A press conference was arranged last evening to launch this initiativealong with Sinha and the two leading ladies of the film – Madhuri and Juhi “We decided to shoot few documentarieswhich will be of six to seven minutes in length In these short filmswe will feature womenwho had gone against the odds and have done something which brought a change in their lives In Indiawe have so many womenwho have so many stories to tell” Sinha said While making Gulaab GangSinha thought about this initiative as the film is on women “We have so many women who have stood for a cause for themselves and made a different story Unless and until you push yourselfyou don’t realise what you can actually do” Juhi said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: February 11 2015 12:28 am Related News AAP quake II has left destruction in its wake leaving the debris of the BJP and effectively burying the Congress Multiple post mortems will follow but they may be superfluous because in cautioning their own workers and supporters against the sin of pride the top leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party have already diagnosed the disease afflicting the BJP And the debacle only re-establishes that without radical change in its structure and at the top voters will not invest in the Congress This election is like a statutory warning to tall-standing leaders cautioning them against sticking their heads too far over the parapet Narendra Modi has taken it on the chin courteously congratulating Arvind Kejriwal but his image which won the general election for the BJP has taken a body blow and its net asset value has plummeted This can be read as a vote against campaigns that are in your face and in your hair Shamelessly bloated publicity budgets ad hominem attacks star campaigners para-dropped into the capital from all over the country and the complacency of the party’s top management alienated the voter The party’s local leadership felt passed over as a chief ministerial candidate and a whole campaign apparatus was installed over their heads With the BJP reduced to 43 per cent of the Delhi assembly the sense of unstoppable inevitability that the Modi wave created nationwide has been lost Meanwhile the Congress has vanished into a black hole erased from the city it had ruled for three terms Finally perhaps its workers and office-bearers will find occasion to set aside the eternal verities of family and tradition and accept that the party in its present form is on the verge of irrelevance Its stated ideals and goals remain important — secularism particularly so — but it cannot pursue them meaningfully without undergoing structural adjustment It must also rethink its place in the political game If the Left can be so radical as to back the AAP surely the Congress can also think out of the box it has trapped itself in For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 1 2017 11:06 am The only question after teenager Mbappe signed on loan for Paris St Germain on Thursday is whether he sees playing for the free-spending giants in the French capital (Source: Reuters) Top News Even in his early teens when cutting a dash at the French national football centre in Clairefontaine it appears young Kylian Mbappe was intoxicated by the distant allure of playing at the very highest level “It is better to target the moon That way if you fail you get to the clouds” the bright boy from the multicultural Paris suburb Bondy mused in an early interview when asked about the prospect of one day playing at his favourite club Real Madrid It has not taken long for this footballing comet to soar The only question after teenager Mbappe signed on loan for Paris St Germain on Thursday is whether he sees playing for the free-spending giants in the French capital rather than his favourite childhood club as his ultimate destination At just 18 Mbappe would become the world’s second-most expensive footballer if PSG exercise their option to make the transfer permanent at the end of the season Local media say PSG will have to pay French champions Monaco up to 180 million euros ($21422 million) for the young diamond Whatever the precise figure it will almost certainly only be exceeded by the 222 million euros PSG paid for Brazil forward Neymar this month It is a deal that in its own way feels slighlty surprising in that Madrid and their manager Zinedine Zidane have followed Mbappe’s rare talent so assiduously since he was 13 while the Real fan was growing up on a diet of Cristiano Ronaldo videos The wide-eyed kid first met his idol and France great Zidane then scouting the next generation of starlets for Real and had his picture taken with Real’s Portugal forward Ronaldo after being invited to the training ground five years ago He could have signed for the Spanish giants back in 2013 Mbappe has noted before but decided to learn his art at Monaco perhaps always believing Zidane would end up making him the focus of the sporting world Yet PSG’s extraordinary financial muscle under their Qatari owners completely shifted the goalposts for the youngster Now comes the tough bit For while he is unquestionably a startling talent the pressure is on a relative novice who has enjoyed one full season in Ligue 1 – albeit a truly spectacular one – to justify potentially a mind-boggling price tag The good news for Mbappe is that he will at least be able to do so in the shadow of Neymar and will not face the sort of suffocating billing as the “world’s most expensive player” that another French starlet Paul Pogba endured in his first year at Manchester United after last season’s move from Juventus FRIGHTENING PACE Mbappe should thrive Long lean and more powerful by the season he has frightening pace skill and strength to instill inferiority complexes in the best defenders and best of all for PSG he keeps improving at a dramatic rate So how good is he Listen to Andrea Barzagli a tough streetwise Italian defender who along with the rest of Juventus’s miserly back four found Mbappe devilishly hard to handle for three hours in the Champions League semi-final “He is a devastating player” raved Barzagli “I’ve met some over the years but at his age with that technique physical strength pace and above all his movement — because he changes things up and makes excellent movements off the ball — I’ve not seen someone like him” The inevitable reference point has been Thierry Henry another supremely lithe and athletic French striker but the World Cup winner shies away from comparisons “Mbappe has to become Mbappe — and that’s all” Henry told Canal Plus “But my word he is good Ooh la la I met him and he gave me the impression that he has a good head on his shoulders I really like watching him play He thinks” That “Ooh la la” quality was evident pretty quickly when Mbappe whose mother was a professional handball player started being coached by his dad Wilfried at the successful regional team AS Bondy in the Paris suburbs when he was six At 13 he was fast-tracked into France’s national football centre Clairefontaine following a similar path to other French starlets like Henry Nicolas Anelka and William Gallas It seems incredible to think that Mbappe made his first team debut at Monaco two and a half years ago but it was really only last season that he bloomed scoring 26 goals in 44 matches Monaco’s Croatian goalkeeper Danijel Subasic noted during the season: “No wonder everyone is crazy about him He runs like he’s riding a motorbike He has no respect which is good but at the same time in our locker room he is very calm polite never pushes himself into the front row “The guy is great normal not flying high Everyone talks about hundreds of millions of euros that are waiting for him somewhere and still his mother or the club’s driver takes him to training every day “And believe me you haven’t seen everything from him I see every day at training how good he is” Now that will be PSG’s privilege as the football world awaits the full impact of the Bondy bullet For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 11 2017 2:18 pm Aaron Lennon thanked the medical staff as well as his former and current clubs for their support (Source: File) Top News Everton’ Aaron Lennon cannot wait to “kick on” the midfielder said after recovering from a stress-related illness and returning to pre-season training with the Premier League club last week The 30-year-old last played for Everton in February and the club subsequently released a statement saying that the player was receiving care and treatment for an illness The former Tottenham Hotspur winger received widespread support from players pundits and fans all around the world “It’s great to be back after a difficult period I’ve had a good first week of training and can’t wait to kick on now” Lennon said in a statement on Twitter He thanked the medical staff as well as his former and current clubs for their support “The support I’ve had from Everton Spurs their fans football fans and concerned members of the general public has been incredible “Lastly a special thanks to the staff at Everton my team-mates and especially my family and the people around me” Everton start their pre-season fixtures against Gor Mahia FC in Tanzania on Thursday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishnu Varma | New Delhi | Updated: March 10 2015 6:01 pm An AAP supporter at a party congregation Related News It was a party which had vanquished all-known stereotypes and hackneyed notions of public backing when it stormed to power in Delhi decimating two established national parties But today fresh from its Delhi conquest the Aam Aadmi Party is facing its first major crisis — a crisis of credibility of a divided leadership and more importantly a crisis of ideology Share This Article Related Article The rumblings had started way before the Delhi polls — in December 2014 — when an internal note by Admiral Ramdas the party’s Lokpal had pointed to a set of grievances addressed by Prashant Bhushan with regards to decision-making and candidate selection However in view of elections a meeting in this regard was postponed Even though it was widely believed that the emphatic results in the elections would dissipate an internal rebellion it was not to be In early March the knives came tumbling out as senior party leader Sanjay Singh held a press conference and alleged attempts by sections of the party (read Yogendra Yadav and Prashant Bhushan) to unseat Arvind Kejriwal from the national convener’s post The charges in the press conference were accompanied by public stinging accusations on social media as well and it soon became clear that the party is heading for some turbulent times The fissures within the party finally showed when both Yadav and Bhushan were voted out of the party’s Political Affairs Committee (PAC) — its highest decision making panel but not unanimously as many expected it to be There was severe opposition to the ouster of the two leaders and the votes finally stood at 11-8 in favour of the Kejriwal camp The sidelining of the AAP’s two prominent leaders — Bhushan an accomplished lawyer who steered some of the party’s big exposes and Yadav who played a vital role in the party’s Delhi campaign — clearly points to a fractious organization that could spell doom for the party The ideology that the party espouses are of a vibrant inner-party democracy swaraj and zero unilateralism But if one were to track the developments of the party over the last two weeks doubts would certainly emerge of a disintegration in the party’s founding principles Even though Kejriwal was absent throughout the proceedings his stamp and iron hold over the party is not hard to miss He might be away in Bengaluru recuperating in a naturopathy treatment but Kejriwal’s authority over the majority leadership of the party cannot be dismissed In fact Bhushan in an interview to the Indian Express has said that one of Kejriwal’s weaknesses is that he wants to take unilateral decisions It is indeed good for a party to have an inspiring leader – one who can take the party to great heights but it is a whole different chapter if the leader himself overshadows the party And most importantly the party must check attempts to chip away at its core ideology that of remaining steadfast to its fight against corruption its belief in equality for all and for providing a platform to the voices which are otherwise silent From its practice of conducting ‘Delhi Dialogues’ to weekly jan-sabhas and referendums among local communities the AAP has grown in stature as a party which has a place for all It is this habit that the party must learn not to forget For the AAP the Delhi experiment has certainly proved to be successful — not just because of the appeal of its founding principles but also thanks to an enduring trust and faith that thousands of volunteers and workers repose in the fledgling party While the proceedings of the March 4 meeting were in order there were a number of volunteers and workers milling outside the party office with placards of #UnitedAAP pleading for unity within the party AAP will do well to take cognizance of these volunteers’ concerns and eventually set its house in order For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shaikh Ayaz | Mumbai | Updated: January 9 2017 7:24 pm Om Puri did start out and consolidate his position in art cinema but many viewers knew him thanks to the generosity of Bollywood Related News As news of Om Puri’s untimely death floated on social media this morning the enduring image of him that sprang to mind was from Govind Nihalani’s Ardh Satya (1983) billed as a seminal work in Hindi film history and a priceless monument of the parallel cinema movement of which Mr Puri was the poster-boy As an upright cop up against the corrupt system Puri’s raging bull performance makes it the most intense and angst-leaden portrayal of this kind in Hindi movies Of course unless you are inclined to pit Ardh Satya’s Anant Welankar against an earlier generation’s Vijay aka Amitabh Bachchan You can chart the history of Bollywood by simply outlining the parallel lives and times of Puri and Bachchan who finally got a chance to work together in a Govind Nihalani cop drama titled Dev While Bachchan dominated the right side of Bollywood which was all about algorithms and stardom Puri represented the left-wing with an active interest in art cinema There was a joke that like Bollywood even the relatively esoteric art cinema had a rigid hierarchy with Om Puri and Naseeruddin Shah being its reigning superstars Also read |Om Puri passes away: A look at his films beyond Ardh Satya Jaane Bhi DoYaaron Sure Puri did start out and consolidate his position in art cinema but many viewers knew him thanks to the generosity of Bollywood Like Pran and Amrish Puri before him he switched to character roles donning a number of avatars for commercial cinema which as he kept fervently insisting he was doing to keep himself from starving But the truth was that both Naseer and Puri were also concerned with fame and popularity They wanted to be famous Watch | A scene from Om Puri-starrer Narsimha Fame came to Om Puri via mainstream Bollywood Ask any Bollywood fan and they may not be well aware of his much-celebrated body of work in the Shyam Benegal-Govind Nihalani brand of cinema but will joyfully point out that he was the tilak-sporting Thackeray-esque parody Baapji in Narsimha the drunk and violently corrupt builder Ahuja in Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro the abusive Punjabi who shows up looking for a certain Ghanshyam to recover money for his sister’s wedding in Hera Pheri or the religious priest in the more recent Bajrangi Bhaijaan This is not to say that all his commercial works were outstanding It was if you are feeling generous a mixed-bag In fact many of these films were washouts causing critics and audiences to wonder why a critically-acclaimed actor like Puri even had to be a part of such trash A significant part of Puri’s work happened in the UK in films such as East is East and My Son The Fanatic Funnily while Indians were losing interest in Puri’s talents the English discovered and revived him There came a point when he became more famous in England than in Bollywood and was regularly written about in The Guardian than in Indian papers And then there was his long career in theatre where he honed his craft An NSD and FTII alumnus Puri was looked upon as a father-figure by a whole generation of actors If Manoj Bajpayee and Nawazuddin Siddiqui had a true ancestor it would be Om Puri Watch | Om Puri-starrer East Is East funny scene It’s a pity that Puri could not do anything substantial in the last decade He was sleepwalking through most of the commercial fares What’s more as his film work began declining his private life became the subject of much controversy? 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He took her to Gurgaon in the taxi and sexually harassed her inside the car. and targeted responsibility. Bihar has the zeal to develop and to lead — what we call the ‘Bihari pride’.as the four major parties that have together formed the ?spent eight years in jail and then moved to India to continue his crusade for democracy. Mings, As a result, Children would spill colas on the seats, But there is no proper academy or course to create professionals, Naseer.

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