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Thank you for being an inspiration!” he said Share This Article Related Article The film follows a group of people living in Varanasi which reserves a cruel punishment for those who play with moral traditions It is an Indo-French co-production produced by Manish Mundra Macassar Productions Phantom Films Sikhya Entertainment Arte France Cinema and Pathe productions For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 7 2015 4:40 pm ‘Salla Kadoos’ starring R Madhavan has the word “Saala (which is a slang)” in the title of the movie itself but the censor board seems to have gone lenient with it as it has passed the film without any cuts Related News ‘Salla Kadoos’ starring R Madhavan has the word “Saala (which is a slang)” in the title of the movie itself but the censor board seems to have gone lenient with it as it has passed the film without any cuts After having a full list of cuss words that could not be used in any of the films the Sudha Kongara Prasad directed film has the title track with the word ‘Saala’ every now and then Produced by Rajkumar Hirani the film’s teaser had released along with Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’ last year but we are yet waiting for the trailer Madhavan who is co-producing the film took on board young director Sudha Kongara Prasad for the film which is purely based on sports After his last release ‘Tanu Weds Manu Returns’ Madhavan will be seen playing a boxing coach this time in ‘Saala Kadoos’ The film also features Ritika Singh in female lead who is interestingly a boxer in real life as well The film is slated for a January 28 release For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsParis France:At the European football championships on Friday it was left to players from the rest of Europe to express shock that Britain had voted to break away from the European Union also known as Brexit As the news broke in France where the 16 remaining teams are preparing for the first knockout round of the continent’s football extravaganza Italians and Germans spoke of their sadness at Britain’s decision Yet England striker Harry Kane perhaps conscious that his replies would be picked over for any political leanings said his teammates were not "focused" on the result England’s Harry Kane speaks during a press conference AP "Obviously we woke up today and saw the news and a few of the lads were talking about it" Kane told a press conference at England’s base camp near Paris "But I don’t think the lads are too focused on it to be honest The Euros is the main thing trying to progress and do well in that "I don’t think any of us know too much about it to comment on it We’ll just have to wait and see what happens" Italy too Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini though said his team were "shocked" and expressed concern that the result in Britain could have a contagious effect in Europe "We’re all a bit shocked We all went to bed thinking the Remain would win Unfortunately that’s not what happened" he said "I think the major worry is more than anything the domino effect it could have It might prompt other states to try to vote out Maybe others will follow" Chiellini said he feared Italy might have come to the same decision in a referendum "In general when there’s a situation in which people are unhappy they vote to change it" he said "But in all seriousness I’m not sure Italy would survive such a decision to vote to leave Europe" British people chose by 52 percent to 48 percent to quit the EU after four decades of membership sending markets into turmoil and prompting Prime Minister David Cameron — who had backed the failed ‘Remain’ campaign — to resign O’Neill’s regrets not voting Michael O’Neill the coach of Northern Ireland — one of the countries directly concerned by the result — said he was kicking himself for failing to cast a ballot "I personally made an error because I didn’t give myself an opportunity to vote by postal vote so I’m disappointed with that myself for that" O’Neill said Friday He said his players were too preoccuped by their last-16 match on Saturday against another of the United Kingdom’s smaller nations Wales to worry about Northern Ireland’s uncertain future "I don’t think our players are too concerned about (the referendum result) in this moment in time their focus is on the game and their football" he said Neuer Cech weigh in Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer said he was saddened by the referendum result "I grew up at a time when it was normal that the EU stood together" the 30-year-old said "I can’t say anything about the politics but I think it’s sad that Britain and England no longer have that feeling of unity" @GMB It looks like the biggest decision in the history of this country was made based on fake campaign and lies . https://tco/8PWLqdnqLq — Petr Cech (@PetrCech) June 24 2016 What former players had to say Feel ashamed of my generation We’ve let down our children and their children — Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 24 2016 A vote for Farage Boris & a recession well done to the over 50’s for thinking of the future — Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) June 24 2016 Very very surprised at the leave vote Never saw that coming Thought we’d remain — Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) June 24 2016 England fans at Euro disappointed England supporters gathering in Nice ahead of the last-16 match against Iceland on Monday roughly reflected the breakdown of the British vote Tom Ratherem 28 from Milton Keynes in southeast England told AFP: "I was shocked and disappointed when I woke up Now it has happened what happens now" Some fans at England matches at Euro 2016 have chanted anti-EU songs but 30-year-old Rob Flynn was not among them "Many of the English fans who go to away games are probably of the demographic who voted ‘Out’" Flynn a health worker from Middlesbrough in northeast England said "Many will do so for anti-Cameron reasons without maybe thinking of the next step" But Nigel Herrick 59 an England supporter from London said he was delighted with the result "I voted ‘Out’ not because of immigration but purely economic reasons" he explained "For me the EU doesn’t work economically we needed to send a message and I think we’ve done that" With inputs fromagencies By: AFP | Sydney | Published: November 21 2016 2:56 pm Australia are facing the prospect of suffering a series sweep against South Africa (Source: AP) Top News Australia are facing mounting calls from former greats for a drastic overhaul of how cricket is run as they stare down the barrel of a first-ever home Test series whitewash Five Test defeats in a row — just nine months after being crowned the world’s top-ranked team — have left the sport-obsessed country convulsed over the downward spiral of the national team Cricket Australia’s under-fire chief James Sutherland admitted they were “lucky to be a top 10 side” after the abject surrender to South Africa by an innings in the second Test in Hobart Captain Steve Smith confessed he was “embarrassed” and “humiliated” but now faces the prospect of crashing to an unprecedented 3-0 series defeat in this week’s final day-night Test in Adelaide Why Australia have fallen so far so quickly is complex But former greats say the demise has been long coming They point to the diminution of the bedrock domestic Sheffield Shield four-day competition increasing commercial pressures from the popular Big Bash Twenty20 League and idiosyncratic match scheduling The 124-year-old Shield has been devalued by using it as training run for Test players introducing experimental rule changes such as substituting bowlers and stunting the career path of young promising players Former Test captain Ricky Ponting a leading candidate to succeed Rod Marsh who quit last week as chairman of selectors believes cricket is suffering a brain drain “Too many coaches” Rather than coaching at state level or helping the national team Ponting currently commentates on TV and radio as do former Test luminaries such as Mark Taylor Shane Warne Ian Healy Michael Clarke and Michael Slater “Cricket Australia know this If you look through the greats of the game how many of those guys are actually back inside the system coaching somewhere” said Ponting “They’re not They’re all sitting back behind a microphone commentating because they get paid more and it’s less intrusive time-wise I think it’s something that needs to be looked at” Wicketkeeping great Healy has called for a more streamlined structure believing that the Australia national team’s cricket coaching is “totally over-serviced” Head coach Darren Lehmann has alongside him batting coach Graeme Hick bowling coach David Saker and fielding coach Greg Blewett All are managed by high-performance boss Pat Howard “And we can now see they don’t have any impact” Healy said pointing out the spate of recent batting collapses “In the last 12 months we’ve lost 10 wickets for 80 runs way too often” Another former Test star Shane Watson blamed Australia’s jam-packed international schedule with an explosion in the popularity of lucrative Twenty20 cricket Poor preparation “There’s too much cricket on and… not for the betterment of cricket” he said “A lot of it comes down to the money that’s generated” Other former players have cited poor preparation before the disastrous Test run with an abundance of one-day and Twenty20 cricket not conducive to excelling in the five-day format Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland under big pressure for overseeing the current mess admits it is an issue “Preparation is definitely something we will have a closer look at It is partly about performance but also about the business of cricket as well” he said The fall-out from the run of losses has begun with Marsh gone as chairman of selectors and six changes made to the team for this week’s Adelaide Test in a bid to stop the rot If Smith’s side crash again they will join the 2013 team in losing six successive Tests You have to trawl back to the 1880s to find an Australian team that lost seven Interim chief selector Trevor Hohns has pleaded for the restless Australian public to show patience “We accept that a lot of the criticism that has come our way has been warranted” he said “I ask that everybody takes a deep breath and gives this new team a bit of space We need everyone to get behind these blokes” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 14 2016 5:15 pm Amitabh Bachchan will be sharing the screen space with his wife and veteran actress Jaya Bachchan for an Ad and will play a Bengali couple Related News Amitabh Bachchan will be sharing the screen space with his wife and veteran actress Jaya Bachchan for an Ad of Kalyan Jewellers The couple will play a Bengali couple in the Ad A source said: “Kalyan Jewellers brand ambassadors Amitabh and Jaya are seen as a Bengali couple enjoying traditional Bengali meal and talking about Kalyan jewellers to be launched in Kolkata” The couple recently shot the new ad campaign Jaya Bachchan is seen in a yellow sari draped in traditional Bengali style while the actor is seen in a kurta of the same colour Amitabh Bachchan will be next seen in ‘Pink’ and ‘TE3N’ this year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: Delhi Daredevils skipper Zaheer Khan is unlikely to play in the remainder of the Indian Premier League (IPL) due to a hamstring strain Zaheer had suffered the injury during a match against Kolkata Knight Riders at Edens Gardens and according to team sources he will miss the next match against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Tuesday File photo Delhi Daredevils captain Zaheer Khan AFP However with back-to-back matches and considering his age and past problems with hamstring it is unlikely that Zaheer will be able to recover in time The 38-year-old seamer had missed the last game against Kings XI Punjab where Delhi were bowled out for 67 "Zaheer will be missing the match against Sunrisers Hyderabad tomorrow due to the hamstring strain that he suffered during the match against Kolkata Knight Riders but he is unlikely to make a comeback" a team source said "He will have little time to recover from the strain due to the hectic schedule of IPL Karun Nair will be the stand-in captain for tomorrow" he added Delhi are languishing at the eighth spot with only two wins in their eight games so far By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: September 26 2016 3:57 pm Men are increasingly availing salon services and grooming themselves (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Men are becoming more conscious about their looks and grooming as indicated by the fast narrowing gap between men and women customers opting for salon services concludes BeauPalcom’s 2015-16 Indian Beauty and Make-up Annual Survey Among men the most-used services included facial hair cut styling and colour and their average visit frequency is once in 30 days while it was found that women frequented a salon once every 20 days for services such as facial hair removal pedicure and manicure as the most sought-after services Facial was the common service used most frequently both by men and women and the gap in average spends per month by male and female customers was found to be as close as Rs 1000 read a statement issued by BeauPalcom an online platform for beauty and makeover-related services and service providers According to the survey the men are aggressively coming closer to the average spends of females on looks and beauty and it is estimated that such increasing beauty consciousness among men will be a key growth driver for the beauty and cosmetic industry in the coming years The survey also indicates a rise in men’s population availing salon services and challenges past reports which claimed that 85 per cent of salon revenues come from the women population BeauPalcom’s survey asserts that these figures may not stand true in today’s times and estimates that men’s population may have risen to contribute as high as 20-25 per cent of a salon’s revenue This is also evident empirically with the general observation of more and more unisex salons as compared to stand-alone female salons in major cosmopolitans The study expects more and more female salons to switch over to unisex services to capitalise on this rising trend of men’s expenditure on availing salon services The Indian Beauty & Makeup Survey analysed responses and enquiries from consumers registered on BeauPalcom For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsEditor’s note:Parth MN is travelling across Maharashtra’s Marathwada province on a People’s Archive of Rural India fellowship to chronicle agrarian issues in the region over a period of 6-8 months Firstpost will reproduce his reports as and when he files them for Pari Satyabhan and Shobha Jadhav are all set to board the tractor “We carry as much as we can – andbajra flour and salt to cook” Satyabhan said “So we do not have to spend money during the journey and in Belgaum district Satyabhan and Shobha Jadhav travel with Arjun but leave their older boys behind Image courtesy: Parth MN Many others in Bodkha a remote village of around 1200 people in Maharashtra’s Beed district are doing the same: Busy packing clothes utensils? 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As per rules,on the sidelines of the annual UN meet.including the military. "What I am most disappointed about is the performance in the second half." he continued.” Jain says.in order to find out whether he had sold the gun.chairman and MD of Panchshil Realty. In July, The depot at Dahisar will have eight stabling lines.
police booked Anil for murder and arrested him from his village Bhangadh on Tuesday. Wenger’s 184th Champions League match as Arsenal boss may well prove to be his last as speculation grows that he will terminate his 21-year reign at the end of a wretched season. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: Keeping in mind preference of the Indian players, where she’s the defending gold medalist in the individual recurve W1/W2.” added Parkar.Thanda Ghosht, reflects Sandhu.