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The movie is a David-ised version of Chashme Buddoor, referring to the directors brand of comedy Her characterin accordanceis more boisterous than the lively character Naval played It is how a girl of today would react In this eraone will not come across a girl who will take everything lying down and sit and cry in a corner She will fight her way if she feels betrayed? one of the possible venue for PM to perform Yoga.985 people belonging to 84 nationalities at Rajpath in Delhi, On the relevance of having him on a show on humour, "Every citizen in accordance with the law has the right to run as a candidate. They cannot call themselves the Aam Aadmi Party and then humiliate people who voted for them. Fortunately, Wonder if it?you just take your pick and a Hindi film song will pop up with a TV soap." Note here that only Pakistan’s central and local governments are to be financed with Chinese currency backed projects.

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He also gives her style tips. toh yeh paltegi. palat palat palat” and she does that And you can’t help but just smile and wonder in awe Watch Rohit Shetty and his team’s tribute to SRK-Kajol starrer DDLJ here: With the Aditya Chopra directorial SRK and Kajol made their characters – a fun loving London-bred Punjabi boy Raj and NRI simpleton Simran – eternal and created a permanent place in the history of Indian cinema The sweet-sour relationship between Raj and Simran was enhanced by SRK and Kajol’s quirky chemistry which speaks of its laurels even today Earlier in the day SRK took to Twitter to share a picture in which he and Kajol recreated the famous DDLJ poster with the caption that read “Want to thank team Rohit Shetty and Red Chillies for doing this last minute All looked happy that I picked Kajol again” In the poster Shah Rukh Khan is seen carrying Kajol on his shoulder and both of them are all smiles SRK is even sporting a fedora hat which was central to his character in DDLJ (Read the full story here) Talking about the cult classic DDLJ brought a refreshing change as well as a clutter breaking and trend-making entertainer with all ingredients of a Bollywood masala potboiler — love romance comedy action melodrama thrills songs and dance — put together cohesively to tell a story of the victory of true love The film has a simple story — Raj meets Simran during an European holiday love blossoms between them but winning over the girl’s conservative family is not a cakewalk for the hero who then makes every effort to take his ‘dulhania’ (bride) with him Produced by the late Yash Chopra the film’s songs like “Tujhe dekha toh ye jaana sanam” “Mehndi lagaa ke rakhna” “Ruk ja oh dil deewane” and “Mere khwabon mein jo aaye” continue to be played even today Th film holds the record of the longest running film in the history of Indian cinema as it continues to be screened at the iconic Maratha Mandir theatre here There are many unforgettable aspects of the film — the plush yellow mustard fields the Swiss cow bell SRK’s ‘Senorita’ and ‘Bade bade shehron mein choti choti baatein hoti rehti hain” dialogues Kajol’s pristine white salwar suit and the famous climax where Kajol runs towards her bruised lover who’s already aboard a moving train (With IANS Inputs) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 21 2017 3:58 pm Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat is seen as one of the most talented rising stars from Asia (Source: Reuters) Top News Two-time winner on the Asian Tour Thailand golfer Kiradech Aphibarnrat will be seen in action at the Hero Indian Open next month The 27-year-old big-built Thai seen as one of the most talented rising stars from Asia has confirmed his participation in the tournament Kiradech has won three times on the European Tour and was also crowned the Asian Tour Order of Merit champion in 2013 Currently ranked 76th in the world the Thai golfer has played a few times in India till 2013 In 2011 he won his first Asian Tour title at the SAIL Open in India A former World No 37th Kiradech who spent 2016 playing three Tours – Asian European and US Tours has had a great start to the season with two top-10 finishes in the Middle-East where he was tied fourth in Abu Dhabi and tied ninth in Qatar Kiradech one of the most exciting players on the Tour will lead a strong contingent from Thailand A little over three years ago when Kiradech was on the rise he defeated a host of stars including Major winners Charl Schwartzel and Padraig Harrington to win the 2013 Maybank Malaysian Open He went on to eclipse some of the PGA Tour biggest stars at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia by finishing third Former World Junior champion Kiradech ended the 2013 season as the Asian Tour Order of Merit champion on the strength of one victory and five other top-five finishes Another rising Thai to be seen in Hero Indian Open will be the 17-year-old prodigy Phachara Khongwatmai who was runner-up to Brett Rumford at the ISPS Handa World Super Six in Perth last week Phachara who has twice finished runner-up – at Singapore and Perth – is now ranked 149 in the world The Hero Indian Open will be held at the Gary Player course at the DLF Golf & Country Club from March 9 to 12 The tournament has been played at the club only once before – back in 2009 when C Muniyappa won the title – but at the Arnold Palmer course The prize purse has been enhanced to USD 175 million which is almost six times more than USD 300000 which it was when Hero took on the Title Sponsorship of the Indian Open in 2005 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: October 2 2016 8:45 am Wriddhiman Saha took only 85 balls for his unbeaten 54 his highest score at home (Source: PTI) Top News Wriddhiman Saha’s splendid game-changing 54 in his first game at home city didn’t get the local support it deserved The Eden Gardens was sparsely populated and even his wife Debrati and daughter Anvi weren’t present to see his best innings in international cricket The absence of family though was due to a superstition: his wife doesn’t see him bat live However every morning she has been dropping in at the team hotel with a lunchbox packed with home-cooked food The contents aren’t known but it surely has worked for Saha in this Test Watching the game was the new chief selector MSK Prasad himself a wicketkeeper-batsman and when he was intercepted by the reporters at the club house lobby during the two-and-half hour rain break he was effusive in his praise of Saha ALSO READ |India vs New Zealand: In rain Bhuvneshwar Kumar leaves Kiwis high anddry After an elongated period of scepticism accolades are now flying in thick and fast Saha is a level-headed enough to not to let praise get to his head; he never took criticisms personally or sweated over it too much either Circumstances have forced Saha to become a master of the waiting game In 2008 the then India selector Raja Venkat had informed his colleagues about Saha’s keeping ability The five-member panel watched the Bengal cricketer and unanimously agreed that he was a notch above the rest including MS Dhoni The latter however was one of a kind – a complete package keeper batting marauder and captain cool And he was in his pomp So Saha had to wait till 2010 to make his Test debut – as a specialist batsman after Rohit Sharma’s injury ahead of the toss had opened up a vacancy Saha played the Test knowing full well that he would be dropped in the next; performance notwithstanding His full-time initiation to Test cricket happened only after Dhoni’s retirement from the longest format in December 2014 This game is Saha’s first international fixture at his home venue after 16 Tests If there were any nerves he didn’t show it There has been some recent criticism about his batting and the diminutive 31-year-old waited to prove his critics wrong The 104 on a sluggish track at Gros Islet in West Indies was a match-winning effort and had provided him some breathing time in international cricket From his personal point of view it helped him cement his place in the team India had slumped to 126/5 then together with R Ashwin (118) he had to mount the recovery The half-century here in Kolkata was an upgrade to that effort By his own admission he never played on such an (unpredictable) Eden pitch And given the quality of New Zealand bowling it has to be his best innings in international cricket yet Bailing the team out Here also his job was to bail the team out of trouble from 231/7 But his approach was different He was aggressive from the onset Anything in the range had been dealt with severity In fact Saha was pretty quick to change his approach after being initially targeted with the short ball He took one on the rib-cage on Friday evening and unsure about the nature of the surface he decided to attack The second ball of the morning was hit for a four through covers as he leaned into an overpitched delivery from Trent Boult The Kiwis tried to soften him up with bouncers and though Saha took a blow on his left elbow he didn’t even call the physio Next ball he opened his bat face to guide a Matt Henry outswinger to the third man boundary The Kiwis turned to spin and the left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner tried to induce some mistakes by tossing up the ball Saha came down the track and played inside-out over the covers for four and soon with a four and a six against the same bowler he reached his half-century More importantly it also brought up India’s 300 – the total his side had been looking for Two partnerships prompted India’s fight back – 41 for the eighth wicket between Saha and Ravindra Jadeja where the latter’s contribution was 14 and 35 for the last wicket with Mohammed Shami too scoring 14 India finished at 316 all out in their first innings riding on Saha’s uncharacteristic aggression “The ball was moving a bit so the idea was to make full use of the run-scoring opportunities To get to 300 we had to do that otherwise it would have been difficult to go past 260 On a surface like this where the ball can behave awkwardly you want to capitalise the loose deliveries” Saha would say later His unassuming nature prevented him from rating his first Test half-century at Eden “Everyone appreciated it But I’m happy for the team that we reached a respectable total” The days of waiting are hopefully over for Saha – waiting for recognition waiting for opportunity waiting for acknowledgement For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBudapest: Human Rights Watch accused Hungary Wednesday of "cruel and violent treatment" of migrants accusing police and soldiers of beating people up before forcibly expelling them back into Serbia "Migrants at Hungary’s border are being summarily forced back to Serbia in some cases with cruel and violent treatment without consideration of their claims for protection" the rights group said on its website Syrian migrants cross under a fence as they enter Hungary at the border with Serbia File photo Reuters The new report by the New York-based non-governmental organisation included testimony from interviews it made in April and May with 12 migrants who said they were brutally beaten and abused by officials and then pushed back to Serbia "I haven’t even seen such beating in the movies" said one man cited in the report "They deliberately gave us bad injuries" Hungary is "breaking all the rules" and "summarily dismissing claims" by asylum seekers crossing Serbia said Lydia Gall a HRW researcher "People who cross into Hungary without permission including women and children have been viciously beaten and forced back across the border" she said Around 400000 migrants and refugees passed through Hungary in 2015 before rightwing Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government sealed off its southern borders with razor wire and fences in the autumn The authorities also brought in tough new laws punishing illegal entry and vandalism of the fences that have led to almost 3000 convictions in fast-track trials most resulting in expulsion orders Orban has said that mass immigration by Muslims threatens Europe’s security and its Christian identity refusing to accept refugees from hotspots such as Syria under an EU quota scheme Despite the fence the number of irregular migrants caught by the Hungarian police has been growing each month this year to a total of around 17500 as of the end of June In response legislation that took effect earlier this month allows authorities to return any migrant found within eight kilometres (50 miles) of the border to "transit zones" located in no-man’s land between Hungary and Serbia Hungary has restricted however the number of people it allows each day into the transit zones where asylum claims can be submitted In recent months hundreds of people particularly single young men have been forced to wait in squalid conditions in the strip of land between the Serbian passport control and the Hungarian fence The government was yet to respond to the HRW report Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 24 2012 6:36 am Related News Former Finance Minister Asim Dasgupta Monday said the statements issued by the government and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee about the West Bengals financial status is often misleading.the report reads. Top News Actor Mamik Singh is all set to make his comeback to television with?learnt various combat techniques.let alone accept. Deletion of certain cartoons and rewording dialogues between fictional characters, This was a part of their welcome program when she visited the restaurant.7 percent growth in Q1 (April-June) shows the economy is beginning to shrug off the demonetisation and GST-induced blues (though the recovery is lower than what most people expected).

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