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Why Rishabh Jaiswal relates to his 'YRKKH' role: He chose his passion over family business

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Mumbai, April 16 (IANS) Actor Rishabh Jaiswal, who plays the role of Krish Bansal in ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ (YRKKH) has called it the ‘best’ character, adding how he also went through a similar confusion when he was in the college.

Rishabh said Krish has a great graph, and he can relate well to his character.

He said: “Krish is a very diverse character because he is a person who lives in a very loving environment. He loves his mother, his sister-in-law, his brother and respects his parents a lot, but now there is so much pressure on him to follow his career and follow his dreams.”

“His father is not allowing him to follow his dreams, so now Krish is actually becoming a rebel and going against his father to pursue his dream. I feel I am contributing to the overall atmosphere of the show, through my role,” said Rishabh.

He further said: “The overall tonality of my character is very lovely, and further the audience will also get to see so much more. I feel this is the best character that I can play because I also went through a similar confusion when I was in college. I was very confused about what exactly I wanted to do in life.”

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“I also had the option to manage my family business or take up a job, but I decided to follow my passion, and here I am, an actor. I think Krish Bansal is one of the closest characters that I can portray on TV,” added Rishabh.

The show stars Samridhii Shukla and Rohit Purohit as fourth-generation leads.

It airs on Star Plus.

–IANS

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Ashoke Pandit lauds PM Modi’s vision for harnessing Indian cinema's soft power

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Mumbai, May 27 (IANS) Ashok Pandit, producer of ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ (2020) and president of the Indian Film and Television Directors Association, has lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his far-sightedness and vision in relation to harnessing the soft power of Indian cinema.

The Prime Minister had dwelt at length on this subject in his exclusive interview with IANS on Monday. He disclosed how he reached out to members of the Hindi film fraternity, knowing fully well that some of them thought differently from him and the BJP, because he wanted to amplify the soft power of Indian cinema across the world.

Reacting to PM Modi’s statement, Pandit told IANS that India is fortunate to have a visionary Prime Minister like Narendra Modi.

“He thinks digital, he turned India into a digital nation,” Pandit said. “He recently honoured influencers with awards and he is the only politician to do that. Then he met people who are into gaming. These are the things that are in vogue and form the ecosystem of entertainment.”

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He added: “At the end of the day, actors, directors, writers and social media influencers are all entertainers. PM Modi is the man of today. Look how he completely changed the way the censor board operates.”

Pandit said PM Modi had an active interest in cinema since the time he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat.

“Today, the world looks at India. Earlier, we used to look up to the West. Just a few days ago we got three major awards at the Cannes Film Festival. ‘RRR’ won an Oscar for Best Song,” Pandit said to amplify PM Modi’s point about the soft power of Indian cinema. And for getting it, unlike prime ministers in the past, Pandit described PM Modi as “truly a master communicator.”

–IANS

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Shaan, Sukhwinder, Anupam Kher launch ‘Chhota Bheem and the Curse of Damyaan’ tracks

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Mumbai, May 27 (IANS) The makers of the upcoming kids’ movie ‘Chhota Bheem and the curse of Damyaan’ released two tracks, sung by playback singers Sukhwinder Singh and Shaan.

While Sukhwinder Singh has crooned the ‘Jamboora’ track, Shaan has lent his voice to the ‘Zara Muskura’ song. Both the songs have been composed by Raghav Sachar.

‘Jamboora’ captures the magical element of the movie. It features Anupam Kher along with Chhota Bheem and his Sena.

‘Zara Muskura’ is a soulful track that sets in positive vibes. The makers of the movie launched the songs at a grand event in Mumbai on Monday. The event was attended by the entire star cast, joined by Sukhwinder Singh and Shaan themselves along with Anupam Kher who plays a pivotal role in the summer entertainer.

The audience witnessed a live performance of the songs by the talented singers Shaan and Sukhwinder Singh. Followed by a magic show that keeps everyone on the edge of their seat.

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Directed by Rajiv Chilaka and produced by Rajiv Chilaka and Megha Chilaka, ‘Chhota Bheem and The Curse of Damyaan’ is written by Niraj Vikram and co-produced by Srinivas Chilakalapudi along with Bharath Laxmipati. The film is all set to hit the theatres on May 31, 2024.

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Sharvari wanted to do dance number ever since she dreamt of becoming Hindi film actress

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Mumbai, May 27 (IANS) Actress Sharvari, who will be seen in ‘Munjya’, said she always wanted to perform a big dance number ever since she aspired to become an actress in Hindi cinema.

Sharvari, whose latest track ‘Taras’ from the film dropped on Monday, said: “Ever since I wanted to be a leading lady in a Hindi film, the one thing I always wanted to do was a big dance number! I was always fascinated by them.”

“I have been mesmerised by the leading ladies of Hindi cinema, as well as the dancing icons across generations, who have belted out those big chartbusters that the entire nation has danced on.”

The actress added that cinema is showbiz, and song and dance numbers are important tools for people to decide if they want to watch a film.

“These party tracks have time and again also given recognition and validation to actors who have aced their performance in them!”

“I have only seen established actors or dancing idols getting big dance numbers because they have the pull and the popularity to hook people’s interest,” she added.

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Set to release on June 7, ‘Munjya’, which is directed by Aditya Sarpotdar, revolves around the character of ‘Munjya’, a rooted myth from Indian belief and cultural system.

The film also stars Abhay Verma and Sathyaraj.

Sharvari said she is just one film old and is happy that her producer, Dinesh Vijan, showed such confidence in her.

“It is a great pat on my shoulders that I can do it too and try to have a hit dance anthem to my credit! I loved shooting for Taras… every bit of it.”

Sharvari is praying for ‘Taras’ to become a massive blockbuster song and for everyone to dance on it at clubs, parties, and every occasion.

“For me, to have a big song so early in my career motivates me hugely. It shows that the industry has faith in backing me. That’s a really good feeling, honestly,” she said.

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Varanasi-born designer behind Chhaya 'Manju Mai' Kadam's transformation at Cannes

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New Delhi, May 27 (IANS) For those who have seen Chhaya Kadam as the railway platform feminist of ‘Laapataa Ladies’, Manju Mai, her glam avatars at the 77th Cannes Film Festival came as a pleasant surprise.

Kadam shared the spotlight with Payal Kapadia and her fellow actors — Kani Kusruti and Divya Prabha — when the ‘All We Imagine As Light’ director received the Grand Prix, the second most important award at Cannes.

The actress, who’s known for her working-class roles (she plays the hospital cook Parvati in ‘All We Imagine As Light’), first caught the attention of fashion watchers when she attended the film’s world premiere in a handwoven black pearl ‘rangkat’ lehenga from the atelier of Warp ‘N’ Weft designer Sagrika Rai.

Varanasi-born Rai, who has been working in Mumbai since 1987, is best-known for her interpretations of the weaves of her home city. She paired Kadam’s lehenga with a white shirt, black-and-golden striped corset top, and black blazer.

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In an Instagram post, the design house noted that her outfit was “a capitvating choice for an extraordinary event showcasing the seamless fusion of talent and craftsmanship”.

The Marathi actress also sported a traditional Maharashtrian ‘nath’ at the screening, a tribute to both her late mother and her Kanchan Kombdi character in Kunal Kemmu’s ‘Madgaon Express’, which got widely noticed.

For the awards evening, Kadam came attired in a maroon brocade saree paired with a matching full-sleeved blouse. She opted for a minimal makeup look — maroon lips, kohl-rimmed eyes and a maroon bindi.

Her hair was tied in a bun with central partition and she rounded off the look with big golden jhumkas and matching bangles.

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PM Modi says he met film fraternity despite ideological differences to harness cinema's soft power

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Mumbai, May 27 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in an exclusive interview with IANS, spoke about the meetings he had with Bollywood artistes, even though they may have had different ideological persuasions.

The Prime Minister said he wanted to capitalise on the soft power of cinema that would put India on the global map.

He told IANS: “I did many workshops, after being voted to the Prime Minister’s Office, somewhere around 2015 and 2016, I did workshops with start-ups and with sportspersons. Not just this, I had meetings with people belonging to the film fraternity.”

PM Modi went on to say he was aware of the ideologies of the film fraternity’s members and that their thought processes were very different from his and those of the BJP, yet he collaborated with them to make the country a rising power in the world through its cinema.

He told IANS, “I know the film fraternity is very different in terms of its ideology from me and our party, but as a Prime Minister, it is my job to talk to them and understand their problems.”

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The Prime Minister added: “If Bollywood proves to be beneficial to us in the global market, if Tamil or Telugu films can prove to be profitable across the world, then for me as a PM, it’s important to capitalise on the power that cinema can lend to our country.”

–IANS

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