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Sarfaraz (42) tried to save him,Threatened? said she had heard of Ranbir and seen Barfi! but it is Raj Kapoor’s legacy that lingers “Call me conservative but I relate more to Raj’s era of actors and their level of class” she said Raj Kapoor who passed away aged 63 in June 1988 acted in a series of classics such as Shree 420 and Awara and is still widely known as “the greatest showman of Indian cinema” Many in Moscow stressed it was his cinema that introduced Russians to Indian films which was why he continued to wield such magic Nozima Karimova a PR firm employee recalled the reception the actor was accorded at the Tashkent film festival “People spoke of his visit like he was higher than any head of state or any celebrity in the world” she said “Karimova said she knew the Kapoor family was a part of the Indian film world but was “not certain” about his grandchildren “For even today I watch retro movies of Indian cinema” she said Karimova said she often watched Indian films on Russian Zee TV aired on many cable networks here dubbed in Russian or with subtitles Vo added that apart from Kapoor people liked Mithun Chakraborty Shah Rukh Khan Aishwarya Rai and Priyanka Chopra Dilmurad a Taxi driver in his 50s said Barood a 1976 film featuring Rishi Kapoor and the 1969 Rajesh Khanna-starrer Aradhana were among his favourites “I went to see Aradhana one morning I liked it so much that I watched it three times the same day” he said Some of the newer releases have their share of viewers too Ivan Parfenov a sports media executive said he was not a fan of Indian cinema but was “greatly impressed” by the Rajinikanth-starrer Robot “One evening after a few drinks a few friends and I were at home watching funny videos on YouTube when a friend put on a clip from Robot After watching it for 30 seconds I exclaimed that we had to download and watch it” he said Leonid Parfenov creator of a TV and book series called “Namedni” year-by-year accounts of important developments in culture and everyday lives in Russia mentions the role of Raj Kapoor in an article on the popularity of Indian cinema “It all began with Raj Kapoor the lead actor in ‘Awara’ and his songs…The rules of the genre never change: immense love sweet-sounding songs cause charm and tears” he wrote in a 1976 chapter titled ‘Seeta and Geeta’ Talking about the reason Indian films were popular in Russia Parfenov said “I often saw women on their way from a film in tears and smiling and saying things like ‘Now this is a film about life’” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 15 2017 12:49 am Dr Rohan Mhamunkar suffered an orbital fracture multiple contusions and injuries to his skull; (Right) The ransacked operation theatre at Dhule hospital Top News DOCTORS FROM across Maharashtra stood united to condemn the manner in which an orthopaedic doctor at the Government Medical College at Dhule Dr Rohan Mhamunkar was beaten up allegedly by relatives of a patient who had suffered a head injury Dr Mhamunkar was beaten up badly as a result of which he suffered blurring of vision in one eye Watch What Else Is Making News Doctors have demanded strict security on hospital premises with rising incidents of doctor-patient rows Across the state from January 2015-December 2016 47 such cases of attack on resident doctors have been reported said Dr Sagar Mundada Indian Medical Association’s state youth wing chairman adding that despite the Bombay High Court passing orders last June to limit the number of relatives with a patient to two this rule has not been implemented so far Jan Arogya Abhiyan (JAA) and doctors with the Indian Medical Association (IMA) have strongly condemned the recent brutal attack on Dr Rohan Mhamunkar in Dhule Civil Hospital “Such instances bring to the breaking point the already strained relationship between doctors and patients” said Dr Anant Phadke and Dr Abhijit More city-based doctors with JAA JAA doctors urged that the state must make available all necessary facilities and increase security in public hospitals Such violence targeting healthcare providers should also be condemned by society and the guilty should be punished said doctors Dr Ashok Tambe president of state unit of IMA said it was shocking that a resident doctor was badly beaten and manhandled by 20-25 people related to the patient “The doctor has also suffered a head injury and if such incidences occur frequently the IMA has expressed concern that doctors would not be able to provide emergency services to the patients” he said Dr SS Utture executive committee member of Maharashtra Medical Council termed the incident as “deplorable” and said it was impossible to practise medicine with such security threat For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ZEESHAN SHAIKH | Mumbai | Published: April 11 2017 4:04 am Top News In order to create “deaf spaces” where “deaf sociality” and sign-language use are the organising principles hearing-impaired people strategically board particular trains and particular compartments and sometimes remain in the train beyond their original destination according to a paper published in the Journal of Cultural Geography The article focuses on the bonds created between Mumbai’s hearing-impaired people who travel in compartments reserved for disabled people chatting and exchanging news and information Mobile phones are used to coordinate meetings in the trains and stations and to spread information on events which are typically travelled to by train and further discussed in the trains The diversity of people meeting in trains is high with regard to gender age religion caste and class In Mumbai the movements of such people are planned “from above” in that they follow train schedules and use existing infrastructure At the same time and equally important mobilities are staged performed and lived “from below”: hearing-impaired people board particular trains or compartments for the disabled depending on time of the day the destination distance from foot overbridge at origin/destination and desire to meet or rather avoid (particular) people There is a combination of punctuality through clock time (train schedules) and fluid coordination through mobile phones Because these compartments provide a diverse range of deaf people a space for daily meetings on the way to and from their workplaces and families; they are very important spaces to maintain and expand networks in the wider Mumbai deaf community the paper states For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Updated: June 9 2017 8:23 pm Punjabi heartthrob Diljit Dosanjh made his big Bollywood debut with Udta Punjab last year He was recently seen in Phillauri Related News Diljit Dosanjh appears unaware about most of the extravaganza around the Hindi film industry and he likes it this way Bollywood is also not the be-all and end-all for the actor-musician who is currently a superstar in Punjab and among the most popular musicians in the country Two-film-old in Bollywood and with an ‘increased staff’ Diljit isn’t finding it difficult to adjust in the industry except that he is learning to deal with the gossip that’s written about him and is also trying to get used to walking on red carpets which he finds ‘extremely uncomfortable’ In an interview to indianexpresscom ahead of the release of his Punjabi film Super Singh the actor talks about his future Bollywood aspirations and why he is cautious that his success here doesn’t affect his connect with Punjabi audience who he believes has the ‘first right’ on him Going back to doing a Punjabi film after two back-to-back hit Hindi movies did you feel any difference No nothing at all (Even though) I shot Super Singh after Phillauri but didn’t feel any change It’s a bigger industry it’s functioning is quite different from Punjabi cinema So in that sense did you see any change in yourself or something you were required to do That way the only difference is that my staff has increased Nothing else I don’t really need any staff I am a self-sufficient man but just luxury utha rahein hain thodi (I’m trying to enjoy some luxury) Hindi movie stars are said to have glitz and glamour attached to them How much of it has rubbed on you Is it like that I don’t know There’s nothing of that sort that I feel There’s a struggle every day I keep searching for music subjects… Now there are no more stars Stars were when Rajesh Khanna ji Dilip Kumar ji were there Today every artiste wants people to relate with them So how our we stars During Dilip Kumar ji and Rajesh Khanna ji’s times there was a mystique people didn’t know where they lived Internet wasn’t there Now that time has gone Today the more people relate with you it’s better Diljit Dosanjh in a still from Super Singh But now when you visit Punjab the audience there don’t look at you in a different way that here’s our guy who has become too big I have no idea if that is the case nor do I think like this that they should treat me differently I don’t think about that baggage I in fact always try that my Punjabi audience never feels that I went somewhere else They shouldn’t feel for a single moment that my connect ever broke with them They should not feel that even for a day that he was someone else’s not ours How are you dealing with the increased attention Bollywood filmmakers have such nice things to say about you they want to cast you and people are more than willing to watch you (Laughs) So the thing is that in Punjabi films I can make whatever I want to make I wanted to make a superhero film and I made it It took time to get funds It’s budget is more than that of a normal Punjabi film but we made it Whatever we think we achieve it Right now my position in Bollywood is not such that I can do what I want to Right now I don’t have this option Of course I get offers every day calls keep coming but that’s not my choice I try to find the best out of what I get offered But that doesn’t mean that is what I want to do So I wait… After Udta Punjab I got Phillauri in a short time That I did but post Phillauri I rejected every film offered to me during last year I have said no to almost six-seven films because I don’t want to do those kind of movies Even today the offers that I am getting… I want to do some different type of work So what kind of films are your choice Something that is new It shouldn’t be like I am from Punjab so I am doing Punjabi characters only I am trying to stay away from that But then I look at this from another perspective that I am lucky that I am even getting this much work I am not even worthy of this This is enough But… it’s fine Whatever is happening is happening for the good I anyway don’t have great expectations Besides this I have music to work on Punjabi films This is where I can do my choice of work Kareena Kapoor Khan and Diljit Dosanjh in a still from Udta Punjab How ambitious are you about your Bollywood career Does Bollywood doesn’t feature in your long-term plan I am fine if I get some good roles Then I will see what to do next I can’t do the same thing again If you think I can do Bollywood films at a stretch for years that won’t happen This is not my life But I suppose if I do two Hindi films then I need a break and make music for at least three-four months Then I would do Punjabi films I want to keep switching between different things If I get a good offer on TV I would take that up I would get bored if I have to do only Bollywood films Unlike most actors it looks like the Bollywood bug hasn’t really bitten you No it hasn’t There’s a life beyond films This (Bollywood) is not how I want to keep myself busy I have a lot of other things to do Your co-star Sonam (Bajwa in Super Singh) says Bollywood has made you busier than ever (Laughs) Sonam is a naughty kudi There’s nothing like that Anyway this is the right time to get busy but there is no such intention that I have to start a (Hindi) film as soon as possible I have my music which in fact gets very less time The moment I get free I get into making music Super Singh releases on June 16 and my next film will go on floors on July 1 I have 10 days in between I have already booked my ticket for the UK where I make my music generally In your past interviews you have said that you would play roles that bear similarities with your real self Do you still believe that or are you now ready to explore and experiment with the characters When I said this people thought that I meant I would do those roles that are like me But that’s not what I meant For example this recent film Hindi Medium Dinesh Vijan ji (film’s producer) showed its trailer to me I was like ‘This is what I relate to’ I have seen that problem around me it hasn’t happened with me but I have seen Now things which have never happened around me that are fictional for those characters I will have to work really hard prepare for them properly So what I meant was that things which common people relate to are what I connect to most Like my brother doesn’t do drugs (referring to his Udta Punjab character) but because I have a brother so I could connect to my role in the film Also drug problem is prevalent in Punjab so I connected with Udta Punjab on that level already What made you choose Phillauri where your role was fictional In Phillauri I related to the climax which showed Jallianwala Bagh incident When I started singing my first song was on this incident So I connected to the film through the climax I had no clue how it would turn out I knew Anushka ji was in it so I felt she would have thought something good only My screen time in the film and everything else was secondary for me the high point was the climax Diljit Dosanjh and Anushka Sharma in a still from Phillauri It seems your professional decisions are emotionally guided Absolutely they are I don’t put any math while taking these decisions I don’t do things because I will be getting more money If something touches me emotionally then I will do it even if people tell me it will be a loss I will say it’s fine life mei acha experience mil gaya bohot hai (A good experience in life is a good enough reason) There have been reports that you will be a part of Bollywood movie with Akshay Kumar produced by Karan Johar which is based on 1984 riots No that’s not true I also heard this rumour I keep hearing rumours But I prefer to stay quiet because I have realised when you go on explaining about it things become worse You will react then someone else will say something then again you will have to talk about it But Kanneda with Anushka Sharma is your next right (Smiles) When a film goes on floors only then we should talk about it There’s no use talking about it in advance Coming back to your ongoing experience in Bollywood is it difficult to remain grounded when suddenly everyone wants a piece of you I feel like a struggler Every day I search for songs composition I keep checking what other musicians are up to Everyone from regional artistes to international musicians I also keep a tab on the UK chart who is leading it… Who is on number 1 in the US chart… Every morning I check whose video is there on number 1 I feel right now my struggle is going on Abhi woh time nahi aaya hai (The time has not come yet) I don’t know what people are thinking about me So what will make you feel that you have arrived I think there are still 30 years or so left to arrive at that point Then I might be able to say that I am fine and I am no more a struggler Don’t you read about yourself Not much There’s so much written about me which is not true This has only increased after coming to Bollywood Initially I used to like it Later I felt like whom do I tell that this is not true that these rumours are fake Then finally I decided to let it go These things come along with (success) There must be some big difference between the set-up of Bollywood and Punjabi film industry Which atmosphere are you more comfortable in There is not a huge difference but many small differences like here in Mumbai when you come out of your vanity van there’s a red carpet rolled out for you while in Punjab there’s nothing like that Here there are many departments (in filmmaking) within those departments there are several others Back home we don’t even know if there are a few departments To me good work is important If work is fine then I don’t have any problem working anywhere Then I feel good wherever I am taken If I am getting the work of my choice and it’s going good then all is well And if the work is not up to the mark then even the luxuries fail to impress People are going to watch your film not which vanity van you stayed in how much staff you have They are going to watch the film and get entertained That matters more than the paraphernalia around the actors The limelight of Bollywood has it ever made you uncomfortable When there are a lot of people and they are talking loudly then I become quiet That unsettles me Like I went to this famous restaurant in Canada it is a very nice place but there was loud music and people were too loud then I feel suffocated So this is my problem When I see a lot of people standing looking at me I become hesitant to go there This happens with me even in a gym when I enter and there are already a lot of people I feel weird If I enter first and then people start coming in I am fine with that But that doesn’t look like when you are on stage perhaps because that is your ‘field’ Yeah stage is my place my comfort zone I am comfortable there there’s no tension on that front And red carpet appearances award functions Oh yes that is something weird My team takes me to these functions but I don’t like walking on the red carpets I find it extremely uncomfortable I used to do shows at weddings (in Punjab) there also I would enter from behind and exit like that There’s a whole team working behind the appearances of a star telling them what to do You don’t feel the need My team will never tell me to even try this because they know I will never do it Social media has made it easier to stay connected with your fans I think earlier artistes didn’t really have the need to stay in news And I feel if you are connected with your fans via social media you don’t need any image-building exercise In fact I strongly feel one should never fall under the trap of image No one really cares if you are a nice person If you don’t shock people then it won’t be fun I myself won’t enjoy watching you if you are not entertaining me despite you being a nice person I will watch you one day or maybe a few days but then that’s it If someone is entertaining you regardless of how he or she is you will watch him or her So for me what’s important is if I am entertaining my audience not that I portray an innocent nice guy image So when you put videos and posts on Instagram and Snapchat where you are quite active what’s your thought process like I don’t put any thought in this It is always spontaneous I want people to think when I put something People should think why did he do this and how did he do this It shouldn’t be predictable Talking about it a lot has been said about your fixation with the Kardashians Recently you commented on one of the Instagram videos of Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner There were mixed reactions While some found you endearing there were others who felt you shouldn’t be so publicly in awe of other stars being one yourself How did you react to all the attention around Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner I liked both types of reactions I want attention of both kinds of people so I was happy It doesn’t bother me I do what I feel like In fact there wasn’t even any such plan I was in US then I woke up and checked Instagram where I saw that Kim Kardashian was going live I was in a very good mood and wrote ‘Aur kidan’ (How are you) After that I closed it I didn’t write to get a reply from her I wrote in Punjabi Just to make my fans happy I took it’s screenshot and I put it on snapchat The idea was to make my fans say ‘Look at this fool what he is up to now’ The only intention was to make them laugh Rest what people said about it I don’t care about that For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Mimansa Shekhar | New Delhi | Updated: July 18 2017 12:56 pm Bareilly Ki Barfi has been directed byAshwiny Iyer Tiwari of Nil Battey Sannata fame Related News Bollywood seems to have fallen in love with exploring the small town nuances and capturing the simple life of its people And the latest film to join the list is Bareilly Ki Barfi The film which brings actors Ayushmann Khurrana Rajkummar Rao and Kriti Sanon onscreen for the first time has been intriguing cinefans ever since the film went on floors Now that the film has finished shooting it has moved into the first stage of promotions On Tuesday the makers of Bareilly Ki Barfi released the first teaser poster of Kriti’s character named Bitti but more than that the way Ayushmann left her a message on Twitter is making things sweeter The entire cast of the film had a cute Twitter chat over the first look While Kriti tweeted “I cant believe what i’ve just read!#BareillyKiBarfi Just cant wait for you to read it. Watch Video Ajay was locked in a bitter battle with self-proclaimed film critic Kamaal Rashid Khan aka KRK after exposing him for allegedly taking Rs 25 lakhs from Karan Johar to promote ADHM positively at the expense of Shivaay.5 microns are considered dangerous as these can penetrate into the lungs . At present, Not to be left behind, Murali Vijay hasn? Top News Three Indians,s the year that many believe will be the last-chance moment.
as he went about shooting a series of portraits of individuals and families, After a year-long hearing,’. is loacted on the Dabwali-Sangharia highway. The issue hotted up last week when Mumbai BJP unit vice-president Mohit Kamboj came out in support of the protesters and demanded rehabilitation for them.twitter. The fringe Tamil nationalist outfit also said that rules regarding the medical entrance test must be relaxed for students belonging to the Tamil state education board.