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sat on a dharna to press for the seven demands near the police station, even while subjects are having natural, go through extensive treatments and spend exorbitant amount of money to getting the right look. which the bacteria feast on.the Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology (CCET) and the Government Polytechnic for Women (GPW), I was dead against releasing the film on that date and my worst fears came true when ?Radio? This timeHimesh is keen on pleasing the multiplex junta “You need to accept the fact that the booty comes in from the multiplexes You need to have the mandate of this segment of moviegoersif you want to play a long innings That’s precisely why Radio is targeted at this segment” he states Wasn’t Kajraare supposed to be his third release ReportedlyStudio 18’s Ishq Unplugged will be his fourth release Has Himesh put Kajraare on the backburner “Definitely not Kajraare is already complete and in all probabilitywill be my fourth release It’s a big filmit has been shot at several exotic locations and is a full on commercial film We decided to bring Radio first to create a strong base at plexes” Himesh reasons For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | Published: May 18 2013 3:24 am Related News Aurangzeb DIRECTOR: Atul Sabharwal CAST: Arjun KapoorPrithvirajRishi KapoorSasheh AaghaAmrita SinghJackie ShroffTanve AzmiSikander KherDeepti NavalAnupam Kher Rating: ** Somewhere in the too-complicated strands of Aurangzeb is a film struggling to cohere This is what we have: too many subplots with threads hangingcriss-crossing a main plot that is undercooked and overbaked A nephew (Prithivraj) brought up by his chacha (Rishi) as he has serious problems with his loser father (Kher) Identical twins separated as babiesnow grown into very different individuals (Arjun) Long suffering mother (Azmi) buffeted between the two Filthy rich businessman (Shroff) with corrupt practices Greedy female associate (Amrita Singh) with sharp claws Good copsbad cops All roiling in Bollywoods new Wild West the National Capital Region of Gurgaon The trouble with Aurangzeb is not that it isnt ambitious It isand thats good Because after a long time theres a film which invites you to work on unraveling the threads But right from its too-crowded epiloguewhere information about the characters comes flying out at youto its curiously impact-less lead player who sparks to life on occasionto its long-drawn scenes where sometimes you feel the lines are being said only for effect and not because they have organically grown out of the conversation Aurangzeb is trying for too much This makes the film dense and uneven: some parts have powerthe others are inert These locations in Gurgaon havent been heavily exposed yetbut this mix of the builder mafia and collusive cops and poor farmers have a familiar ring to it The view of the ultra-modern Metro cutting across a rapidly growing township which has both the feel of mall-and-multiplex American suburbia and empty stretches of agricultural land gives Aurangzeb its distinctive look You wish more juice had come out of the sharp contrastthough This is Arjun Kapoors second filmand he is already in a double role Ajay and Vishal may look alikebut one isnice and sensitivethe other is brash and crass (a bit like his character in his debut Ishaqzaade): Kapoor is more in synch with the second avatar More effective than himand in fact all the other good actors in this filmis Rishi Kapoor As the policeman who will be kingwho has not one soft shred in his hardhard headand who will kill a close relative rather than be caught on the wrong footKapoor is terrific Its also nice to have Amrita Singh back amongst us even if her role is constricted After flashing his beautifully muscled absPrithviraj has a fully-fleshed part: this is an actor whom I want see more of Theres also a debutant with an interesting lineage: Sasheh Aagha daughter of Salma (remember her)and appears promising There is no doubt that Sabharwal has a voicewhich is evident in the less constructed parts of Aurangzeb Maybe it will emerge with his second film For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Damini Ralleigh | Updated: October 8 2017 11:28 am Side a/Side B: (Left image) Rati wearing a saree Old Delhi circa1954 The Estate of Richard Bartholomew and (Right image) Nommie dancing at a party at Koko’s New Delhi 1975 Pablo Bartholomew From Affinities — Richard and Pablo Bartholomew Related News Twenty-three years after his father’s passing in 1985 Pablo Bartholomew began drawing parallels between their photographic work The first marking of this was in 2008 when he “manoeuvred” Amit Judge the owner of the now-defunct Bodhi Art Gallery in New York into displaying his work Outside In four blocks away from Sepia Gallery that housed his art critic poet painter and photographer father Richard Bartholomew’s series The Critic’s Eye A Burmese emigre Richard Bartholomew arrived in India in 1942 as a teenager escaping the invading Japanese forces during World War II Later while studying literature at Delhi University’s St Stephen’s College he met his wife Rati Batra a Partition survivor Much like his immigrant parents Pablo Bartholomew too recognises himself as an outsider “When I was 16 or 17 I started hanging around hippies smoking chillums doing drugs It was a quest for identity of whatever sort” says Pablo But it was ultimately his understanding of the medium of photography distilled from his father that unfastened new possibilities “It gave me some distance and objectivity The drugs drew me in and photography pulled me away” he says Pablo’s attempt to cognate their work has now culminated in the exhibition “Affinities — Richard and Pablo Bartholomew” comprising over a hundred black-and-white images by Richard and Pablo Bartholomew at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP) in Paris that will be on display tillOctober 15 Mounted across two rooms in the 18th-century mansion-turned-museum their photographs nearly 20 years apart are displayed in pairs in one room and as independent narratives that pore on their individual journeys in the other “I started working on my father’s archive in 2005 and saw many similarities in the way that we photographed Around 2009 I started to experiment with the pairings of my father’s work and mine using the spoken work’s format as a visual and verbal narrative” says Pablo Uprooted as the “outsiders” were their gaze turned inward Different life paths that also reflect the unity in their “quest for an identity” are put in perspective in the first part of the exhibition: a photograph Richard made of his wife Rati draping a sari is placed alongside a picture of a sari-clad woman Pablo photographed dancing at a friend’s house; a picture of Pablo’s brother Robin taken by their father shows Robin’s face contorted by a magnifying glass that he holds at eye level — it is coupled with a picture of Richard taken by Pablo through a plastic lens that places the subject in a circle of sorts bending the peripherals out of shape They’ve both captured their friends — Richard’s sitting in a trio while Pablo’s laze on a bed reflecting an innocuous defiance that is said to accompany youth “Through a long process of revisitation deduction and elimination I’ve drawn parallels between our work either through the commonality of aesthetic or theme The photographs aren’t exactly similar but have subtle visual resonances aesthetically or thematically in the way the two documented periods are punctuated” he says But is it difficult to examine one’s father’s work objectively “You have to have objectivity I have relied upon all my faculties of experience of knowing what photography is both within India and internationally If one has to place my father’s work in the 1950s very few people photographed their families Not everything is good but what is needs to be shown” he says In part II of the exhibition there is a cluster or as Pablo calls it cloud of 38 photographs providing infrequent insight into Richard’s documentation of the Tibetan refugees in the 1960s and ’70s along with images he made as the development officer and curator of the Tibet House in New Delhi — the residence of the Dalai Lama’s personal collection “He photographed mainly the Tibetan House collection when they needed to bring out brochures catalogues or other books Or during their outreach programmes they would take the collections to other cities or countries He had a whimsical way of photographing them” says Pablo The adjoining walls are dedicated to Pablo’s prints that hold stories of the European hippies who came to India in the 1970s; of cavalier drug abuse in Delhi and Pushkar; and the opium dens of Bombay — a series that won him the World Press Award in 1976 This is where the exhibition finds its strongest stimulation The displayed visual repertoire of both father and son delicately accentuates the hardships and indignities endured by the displaced their relentless efforts of rehabilitationwhich are rendered all the more challenging by an uncaring political climate and social stigmatisation while never burdening them with cliches Most of all this part of the exhibition dwells on loss — of a home a sense of self of a loved one “Affinities” isn’t the first of Pablo’s attempts at resurrecting his father’s work In 2012 he self-published Richard Bartholomew The Art Critic which compiles his father’s writings photographs and illustrations “In India everybody forgets everything If I have to build his legacy and I feel very strongly that he contributed greatly to the worlds of visual art and art criticism this is the only way to do it The Art Critic today stands as the de facto reference book of a certain era and it will remain to serve that purpose” he says What draws him repeatedly to his father’s work and propels him to further secure his place in the public domain nearly 30 years after his death “Family propaganda” he jokes “You revisit because you want to hold on (and) to deal with the memory This show will probably put a cap on this phase of me working with my father” he says An afterthought prompts him — “I say that now but something else might happen” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anju Agnihotri Chaba | Jalandhar | Published: November 17 2009 3:56 am Related News Nearly 20000 applicantswho had committed mistakes in their online application forms for the proposed recruitment of teachers in the statehave been asked to correct the mistakes till November 20 to become eligible for the recruitment Over 25 lakh people have applied for more than 7500 for recruitment as teachers on contract Of the 25 lakhnearly 20000 applications were initially rejected due to mistakes committed while mentioning their qualifications and other required information Howevernow the government has decided to give a chance to all these candidates to rectify their mistakes so that their applications can also be considered for the final merit list District Education OfficerJalandharJoginder Dassaid the forms can be edited for mistakes from November 16 to 20 It is learnt that merit list would be prepared on November 26 and then counselling would be conducted for the recruitment Over 30000 posts of teachers have been lying vacant in Punjab states schools and the government has been recruiting teachers on contract basis for the past few years in the state to fill these For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anuj Bhatia | New Delhi | Updated: July 13 2017 6:23 pm Asus ZenFone AR is the first phone to feature both Tango augmented reality and Google Daydream mobile virtual reality into one single device Related News Asus has launched its flagship ZenFone AR in India at Rs 49999 It’s the world’s first smartphone boasting of both Google’s Project Tango augmented reality support and Google Daydream mobile virtual reality platform It will be made available exclusively on Flipkart and goes on sale at 4pm IST on Thursday itself As part of the offer Flipkart is offering Rs 2500 off on Google Daydream View VR headset along with the purchase of ZenFone AR Additionally users can avail no cost EMI offer upto nine months Reliance Jio 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