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Despite being a sequel of the smash hit Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbaai (2010), in La La Land, For all the latest Sports News, seriously. services and used goods — that are tied together as a brand. 26, The idea is to capture the high-end clientele and measure their response,movie.“I remember it being sort of sci-fi horror There were alot of heads rolling around with a lot of blood and guts andall that kind of stuff I thought it was cool” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 21 2014 4:23 am Related News Wives of two Punjab Police inspectors helped the Chandigarh Police in nabbing a chain snatcher from Sector 20 on Friday evening Accused Karamjit Singh was arrested on the spot after complainant Sukhvir Kaur and her friend Gurmeet Kaur raised an alarm and chased the accused Talking to Newsline Sukhvir Kaur said “Me and my friend were returning from our evening walk at 730 pm on Friday “As we reached the Government Model Senior Secondary School for girls sector 20 the accused came from no where and slapped on the back of my neck snatched my chain and started to run away” She added “We raised an alarm and ran after him Residents of the nearby area gathered and surrounded the accused who was hiding behind a bush near the boundary wall of the park Someone called the police and the accused was arrested and taken to the police station” Jagir Singh Sukhvir’s husband who is an Inspector in Punjab Police posted as a personal security officer with the Punjab Governor said “Usually me and my wife go for a walk But yesterday I had to come to Delhi and she went with her friend I just got a call later that my wife’s chain was snatched” Accused Karamjit Singh is a resident of Mohali and claims that he runs a private business Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) East Parvinder Singh said “the accused was sent to judicial custody on Saturday” ASP Singh also added that he will be recommending the name of Sukhvir Kaur and Gurmeet Kaur for commendation certificates “The two woman ran behind the accused for about 200 meters before he hid and remained there till police came “They helped police catch a criminal and deserve to be appreciated” said ASP Singh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 13 2014 9:41 am Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is making his debut in the fiction space on TV with ‘Yudh’ Related News The promos of the forthcoming TV series “Yudh” have left audiences guessing the actual story of the show but a source says the narrative will centre on the division of the business empire of the show’s protagonist Amitabh Bachchan Amitabh who is making his debut in the fiction space on TV with “Yudh” essays Yudhisthir Sikarwar aka Yudh the owner of a construction company Yudh has two wives The first wife is named Gauri essayed by veteran actress Sarika with whom he has one daughter Taruni a role played by Aahana Kumra Yudh’s second wife is called Nayantara and Ayesha Raza will be seen in this role From Nayantara Yudh has a son named Rishi portrayed by Pavail Gulati “When Yudh comes to know about his illness he wants to give his empire to Taruni But Nayantara wants it to be divided and given to Rishi also It’s the ‘yudh’ (battle) of this empire” said the source Co-produced by Amitabh’s production company Saraswati Creations with Endemol India “Yudh” is being promoted as a “first of its own kind” TV series With Anurag Kashyap on board as its creative director Shoojit Sircar as creative consultant and Ribhu Dasgupta as its director the much-awaited show is due to premiere Monday on Sony Entertainment Television The finite series will then air every Monday to Thursday at 10:30 pm For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Published: June 22 2014 2:08 pm Talking about her disguise in Bobby Jasoos Vidya said “I kept looking at myself and burst out laughing” Related News National-award winning actress Vidya Balan feels that portrayal of women in films is still stereotypical to a great extent With films like ‘Parineeta’ ‘Paa’ ‘The Dirty Picture’ ‘Kahaani’ and now ‘Bobby Jassos’ to her credit Vidya acknowledged efforts are being done by some filmmakers to break the mould “I think it (portrayal of actresses) is changing and it will keep changing for a while Change is never absolute but we have definitely taken a few baby steps towards the change (in portrayal of actresses in films)” Vidya told PTI in an interview She said only five per cent portrayals are trying to do something new and break away from the convention “I think 95 per cent of the portrayal is still very stereotypical and only five per cent portrayals are attempting something different more realistic like ‘Bobby’ (her film ‘Bobby Jassos’)” the actress said Vidya 36 said that her character in ‘Bobby Jasoos’ was more realistic and not conventional “It is not like that I have to be serious sharp and stylish for being a detective I am a real girl and untrained I am not like Sherlock Holmes and any of his ilk” she added “In Bobby’s case there is certain simplicity and innocence which I am learning along the way and is very real So I think the portrayals are getting more interesting because they are getting realistic but they are just five per cent of the kind of films that are getting made” the actress said Vidya said she opted for out-of-box films primarily because she got bored doing same stuff again on screen and hence looks for something unusual before giving her nod for a project “I am just someone who gets bored easily so I need to do different things I lose interest beyond a point otherwise As an actor one gets to live the life of different people on screen… And today I am getting more variety to do it (different roles) “In the past seven years the variety of roles have started expanding and I am picking up the best of the opportunities that are coming my way I am enjoying this variety and it keeps me interested” Vidya said When asked why other actresses are not attempting out-of-box roles much Vidya quipped “May be they don’t get bored easily I just get very fidgety” Vidya said that her fellow actress Kangna Ranaut was doing something different which is commendable “I think Kangana is doing really something different and nice work Unfortunately I haven’t seen ‘Queen’ but I heard she is unbelievable “I always had liking for Kangana I remember watching ‘Fashion’ and I think she was incredible in the film I think she is extremely bold and brave person and that is why she is like that in her films too It is interesting to see the kind of work she is doing” Vidya said Vidya also said that disparity in remuneration between male and female actors exists and it might take some time to change the things “Remuneration has changed but if you compare it with what the men get it is still very different But I would say let’s not compare it because just five per cent of these films are being made I think we will get our due… We are slowly moving towards that” Vidya said The actress feels that female actors need to be paid better in at least typical commercial films as they also contribute to the success of such movies “I think in films where the so called typically commercial films women need to get paid better because they also contribute towards the success of the film But for some reason there I think there is most disparity” she said Vidya is quite excited about ‘Bobby Jassos’ where she plays the role of a detective To slip into the character on screen Vidya watched ‘Karamchand’ (popular detective series of yesteryears) TV shows some films and also read books “I called up some detective agencies and asked them how they approach cases before I began shooting I told them about a fake case and wanted to know what were the questions that they ask… That was the amount of referencing that I did for this film” the actress said ‘Bobby Jasoos’ celebrates the aspiration of Bobby who wants to become the number one detective “Detective films are exciting and thrilling but it (‘Bobby Jassos’) is a humane story of a girl from a small mohala (area) of Hyderabad and her dream is to become a known detective in her mohala It is a simple aspirational story It is not that the girl is expecting to become famous and I found this refreshing” Vidya said Vidya has donned 12 different looks in the film The makers spent a lot of time on getting different and unique looks “Some of the disguises required me to look closer to Bobby some were completely different so the male disguises came in We had looks of peon astrologer beggar maulavi producer etc We put in a lot of effort for the looks but it was very enjoyable I think it is the biggest high for any actor” she added The toughest disguise for Vidya was that of a maulavi and the easiest was of astrologer “The maulavi look was not tough per se but I was bit awkward initially because something was applied near my nose to make it look wider I had to run a lot and take a deep breath I felt it will go in then there are eyebrows a beard and a moustache I think there were too many things on me Amongst all of them it wasn’t tough but it was challenging The most fun was of jyotishi (astrologer) who is half bald with a moustache and has dirty teeth “I enjoyed that because I found myself funny.said.
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