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Police said after murdering Kakad, Palande had taken a loan of Rs 15 lakh from Kakad, On December 20,said the police. engaging yet relatable stories being told through this medium.But we are unable to accept his conviction under Section 302 IPC?the order said Anandwho was Minister of State for Food Processing in the Mayawati governmenthad to resign after he was named in the case in November 2007 Shashi24a final-year law student at Saket Mahavidyalaya in Ayodhyaallegedly had an affair with Anandwho was a regular visitor to her father Yogendra Prasad She was allegedly killed after she became pregnant and insisted that the minister marry her Vijay had taken her away while she was returning home from her friends place on October 222007on the pretext of meeting the minister in his private car Seemawho was Shashis classmatewas also in the car After thisShashi was never seen InitiallyYogendra Prasad lodged a missing complaint Laterwhile going through his daughters papershe realised that Shashi had been having an affair with the minister He informed the local police about his suspicionbut they paid no attention Then he went to Lucknow and held a dharna at Vidhan Sabha for three days On October 31the police registered a case against Vijay and Seema During investigationthe police found Anands involvementand he resigned from the ministry in November 2007 In June 2008he surrendered in court and was sent to jail Yogendra Prasad said he would file an appeal against the High Court judgment to ensure that accused do not go scot free For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: September 15 2016 12:49 pm Amitabh Bahchan enjoys the ‘self-pressure’ and anxiety and he says he would never want it any other way Top News He is been there done that and hence no one would think there’s any role left to challenge megastar Amitabh Bahchan but he says even today the actor in him gets anxious before a shot the way he did four decades ago The 73-year-old star in fact enjoys the ‘self-pressure’ and anxiety and he says he would never want it any other way “Every film is a test an examination for me ‘Pink’ (his next) is no different It gives me sleepless nights and anxiety before each shot that needs to be taken That is the way I would like it to be Nothing comes easy in life Certainly not a hard hitting film” Bachchan told PTI in an interview The National Award-winner will be seen playing a lawyer in “Pink” which is about three young women fighting a apathetic society From having the film revolve around his character to now getting roles which lend support to the stories Bachchan is in a really interesting phase in his career Filmmakers like Shoojit Sircar who directed him “Piku” an adorable slice-of-the-life drama about a father-daughter relationship and has produced “Pink” are coming up with meaty layered characters for the megastar Asked whether the transition from being the leading man to a character star has been difficult for him Bachchan says he does not look at it that way “It’s a state of mind that needs to be understood Each artist has his or her own conception of it I need to work and I am fortunate to get it so I work character role or not” Coming to “Pink” which releases tomorrow Bachchan says he agreed to the movie within minutes as he found the concept of courtroom thriller very appealing Amitabh Bachchan plays a senior lawyer in Pink who fights the case for three women “It story was first narrated to me by Shoojit Sircar and it took me minutes to agree I did not ask what role I was going to play or what the story or screenplay would be” he says “Pink” is his third release of the year after “Wazir” and “Te3n” Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury best known for his Bengali dramas “Aparajita Tumi” “Antaheen” and “Anuranan” is making his Hindi directorial debut with the movie which besides Big B stars Taapsee Pannu Kriti Kulhari Andrea Tariang and Angad Bedi Total Words: The actor says it was not difficult for him to slip into the role of a lawyer as Sircar and his team did extensive research on the plot of “Pink” “Shoojit and his team went through a very rigorous research before formulating the screenplay and dialogue Real life cases were studied lawyers and court room protocol was looked into and we always had a lawyer on set in an advisory capacity” With respect to the film’s story Bachchan says he is hopeful that there will be a time when women will not feel apprehensive about such issues Amitabh Bachchan’s letter to his granddaughters “Laws and attitudes are changing It may not be put across as a ‘difficult time for women’ but there is apprehension in their minds I hope soon we can address those reasons and live in a world free from some of the most heinous crimes committed towards them” Recently he wrote an open letter for his two granddaughters — Navya Naveli and Aaradhya and while many appreciated it Bachchan received some flak for allegedy promoting the movie through the letter “During the course of our interviews the repeated question being asked was ‘What is the story of ‘Pink’’ and ‘What does the film mean to you’ Shoojit suggested that writing a letter to my grandchildren would be a unique way of answering what the essence of the film entailed” he says Also read |Amitabh Bachchan’s Unblushed video gives voice to Indian women’ssilence Bachchan says he thought the letter would share the emotion of the film without divulging the story ‘Promotional activity’ is a debatable terminology Making a film or indeed cinema itself is an act of promotion Media whether print or electronic is by itself a promotional act as is this very interview “The many positives we received on the release of the letter gave us strength There were negatives too and I am open to debate or discuss those issues for nobody is perfect – neither the writer or the reader” he says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: August 12 2015 3:44 pm Akshay Kumar is geared up for his new film “Brothers” in which he promises to show off some novelty in action — considering he and actor Sidharth Malhotra dedicated 52 days to shooting the climax alone Related News Hindi cinema’s very own action star Akshay Kumar a trained martial arts expert finds it unfair when people compare fight sequences in Hollywood films with those in Bollywood He says budget constraints are the differentiating factor Akshay is geared up for his new film “Brothers” in which he promises to show off some novelty in action — considering he and actor Sidharth Malhotra dedicated 52 days to shooting the climax alone Talking about “Brothers” Akshay shared that they invested a lot of practice for the fight sequences for the movie “Martial arts is not something that you can do just because you know it… you have to practice it and rehearse and make it better One has to also keep in mind what different can you give to them” he said at a press conference here Share This Article Related Article Asked about comparison between the nature of action in Hollywood versus Bollywood the “Baby” actor shared: “These days Hollywood films come in and somewhere you are competing with them and surely the audience does feel that we have seen the action there too but they also forget the fact that our Hindi cinema is made in a very tight budget unlike Hollywood “We are doing very well as a matter of fact especially seeing how much money is put in and pumped in to our films” “Brothers” is an action-drama film based on mixed martial arts It is directed by Karan Malhotra and produced by Dharma Productions Lionsgate films and Endemol India Releasing on Friday the film is an official remake of the 2011 Hollywood film “Warrior” It also features actors Shefali Shah and Jackie Shroff in supporting roles Watch ‘Brothers’ cast talk about the movie: For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Andy Murray slammed the ‘unfair’ Wimbledon scheduling as top women players were shunted onto the outside courts on "Manic Monday" while the big four of men’s tennis took centre-stage The World No 1 joined Venus Williams in calling for earlier starts to allow two men’s and two women’s matches on the big show courts Centre Court and Court One The All England Club defended the scheduling saying the men’s big four — Murray Roger Federer Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic — were the marquee players that broadcasters and spectators wanted to see most Britain’s Andy Murray celebrates winning a point against Benoit Paire at Wimbledon AP "I don’t think anyone’s suggesting it is fair I’m not suggesting that it is" defending champion Murray said "Ideally you would have two men’s and two women’s on Centre; potentially starting the matches a bit earlier would allow for that "It would be much better if there was four matches" Murray suggested finding an equal split across the tournament with the balance between men and women matches dependent upon the day’s matches Starting the Centre and Court One matches earlier and splitting them equally "It’s not the hardest thing to do" he said One day 16 big matches Wimbledon’s Manic Monday when all the men’s and women’s last-16 matches are played in one day is unique among tennis’s four Grand Slams Murray and Federer’s matches were put on the 15000-seater Centre Court with Nadal and Djokovic on the 11000-capacity Court One They were joined by five-time champion Venus Williams on Centre and British home favourite Johanna Konta on Court One That left World No 1 Angelique Kerber on the 4000-seater Court Two facing fellow former runner-up Garbine Muguruza followed by ex-World No 1 Victoria Azarenka against World No 2 Simona Halep On the 2000-seater Court Three two-time Grand Slam champion Svetlana Kuznetsova faced former Wimbledon finalist Agnieszka Radwanska followed by ex-World No 1 Caroline Wozniacki Meanwhile the new French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko was on the 1000-seater Court 12 show court All England Club chief executive Richard Lewis said Manic Monday meant big name players would not get on the main courts "You’ve got four of the all-time great male players: Rafa Roger Novak and Andy You’re left with some difficult choices" he told reporters "I wouldn’t say it’s favouritism; it’s taking the marquee matches the ones the public and the broadcasters most of all would like to see" ‘Tried and trusted formula’ In the opening seven days of play 14 matches on Centre Court have been from the men’s singles while only eight have come from the women’s Williams said: "I’m sure that the women we would want more matches on Centre or Court One over the whole fortnight" Play starts at 1:00 pm on the two main show courts 11:30 am on the other courts The sun sets in London around 9:15 pm during the tournament and only Centre Court has lights However Lewis ruled out Williams and Murray’s suggestion of four matches on Centre and Court One with an earlier start "It doesn’t work for us" he said "Three matches is a tried and tested formula" Eighteen-time Grand Slam champion Chris Evert called for three men’s and three women’s matches across the two main courts "It’s equal prize money so why not equal representation" the 1970s great said On her court placing for her match against Elina Svitolina Ostapenko said: "I think I deserve to play on a better court than Court 12 "Also Elina is fourth in the world I think our match was a very interesting match for the people to watch" ‘Men deserve it’ Svitolina however said she did not think the scheduling ‘unfair’ And Magdalena Rybarikova who triumphed on the 800-seater Court 18 — the fifth and smallest show court — backed Monday’s schedule "I enjoy watching men’s tennis more" she said "For the spectators it’s more enjoyable to watch because it’s such a name like Federer Murray huge names and I think they deserve to be on Centre Court and Court One" Defending the Manic Monday format Lewis said it gave fans with cheaper outside court tickets the chance to see bigger-name players Some consider it the best day’s programme of tennis in the sport’s entire annual calendar Lewis also recalled that Wimbledon —again uniquely among the majors — had stand-alone ladies’ quarter-final and semi-final days on Tuesday and Thursday "We’re very proud of that" he said when our farmers will start challenging the above four laws of business operating against them. 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twitter. he added. I’ve played 48 on the bounce now, England and Wales are hosting the 2017 Champions Trophy and the World Cup two year later, They decided to edit the film down to a playing-time of 2 Hours 5 minutes, he was clearly tiring and was hoping to survive.