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Love, which described Ishrat and her slain aides as LeT operatives, “I met Farhan for the first time when we were shooting the look test for Lucknow Central and then when the whole cast came together for a few readings.I have always had great respect for him as an actor director writer musician and producer” Also read |Diana Penty excited to share screen space with Farhan Akhtar in Lucknow Central Lucknow Centralis inspired by a true story of convicts sentenced to life imprisonment in the Lucknow Central Jail who start a band and discover pride self confidence and a reason to wake up every morning For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: December 22 2016 4:53 pm Michael Sheen said the cinema of India including movies by legenadary Indian filmmakers Satyajit Ray and Mira Nair have had a big influence on him Top News Acclaimed Welsh actor Michael Sheen said the cinema of India including movies by legenadary Indian filmmakers Satyajit Ray and Mira Nair have had a big influence on him “I would love to come and do something in India It will be amazing The films from India the cinema of India has had such a big influence on me watching Satyajit Ray Mira Nair films It is such an incredible country and culture and so I hope that I can come soon” Sheen told PTI in an interview here Sheen stars in the sci-fi romance movie Passengers which has Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence and Jurassic World star Chris Pratt in the lead roles Passengers a Sony Pictures Entertainment film will hit Indian theatres on January 6 in English Hindi Tamil and Telugu The movie is about two strangers Jim and Aurora played by Pratt and Lawrence who are on a 120-year journey to another planet on a technologically-advanced “cruise-liner” style space ship when their hibernation pods wake them 90 years too early Jim and Aurora are forced to unravel the mystery behind the malfunction as the ship teeters on the brink of collapse jeopardizing the lives of the several thousand passengerstraveling from Earth on the spaceship to the distant planet for starting a new life Sheen plays ‘Arthur’ an android bartender onboard the ship Sheen said playing the role of a robotic bartender was “physically quite uncomfortable” as he had to be strapped into a machine and had a steel rod tied through his back to facilitate his robotic movements The actor said he had a great time working with Lawrence and Pratt adding that “it was just such a laugh working” with them on the sets “They are great people really funny and we all got along really well which is handy because it was just the three of us everyday for a long time” he said On the way technology is impacting movie-making Sheen said it is a “double-edged sword” “Technology as it advances is supposed to make our lives easier and help us in all kinds of ways but at the same time technology is always threatening how much we are able to be useful and how much we can get involved in things” he said adding that “so it starts to take away our sense of our own usefulness in some ways” Sheen said the technology in terms of how people watch films and the way stories are being told is “changing” all the time “But ultimately it always comes back to what is the story Is it a good story is it a story that you connect to does it fires up your imagination makes you think That is what I loved about this film as it seems to do all of this” Sheen added He said while the film is about technology and he is a piece of technology in the film “ultimately it all feeds back into the central story of what is it that humans need to be happy The movie says that it doesn’t matter what technology and material possessions one can have “it is about connections to another human being and the ability to feel love for another human being” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | New Delhi | Published: October 25 2015 1:00 am Ahmed Patni looks at his camera as he sits in his office in a lane near Foras Road in central Mumbai (Source: Express photo by Vasant Prabhu) Top News In a cobble-stoned bylane off Foras Road in central Mumbai a stranger’s entry is greeted with raised eyebrows Flanked by one-room matchbox-like flats on both sides this is where many of the city’s bar dancers live Once brimming with women stepping out at night in shimmering dresses lipstick a shade of red or pink the lane appears to be a shadow of its former self But there is some chatter today after the Supreme Court stayed the ban by the Maharashtra government to shut down dance bars Dancers talk in animated gestures about the prospect of bars reopening soon and plan their return to the limelight with new material Songs such as Fevicol will replace Choli ke peeche kya haiand Angoori badan Near them an elderly man is on the phone “Ab shayad dhanda pani phir shuru hoga (Now business may resume)” he says in a conversation with a bar owner Meet 75-year-old Ahmed Patni “cine-still photographer” and unofficial documentarian of Mumbai’s bar dancers for the past four decades About 10 years ago when there were approximately 600 dance bars in Mumbai the state government passed a law that banned them in a bid to curb the “bad influence” they had on society Along with the bar dancers Patni too lost his livelihood overnight Now he is contacting old customers dancers and bar owners to know when the action will begin “I’ve also sent my Nikon SLR to the shop for repair” he says in his office It consists of a wooden table and a wall full of pictures of dancers — pouting posing dancing When Patni’s mother bought her son his first camera a Kodak all those years ago never would they have guessed that one day he’d train his lens on women dancing in bars Born in 1941 in a chawl in Nakhuda Mohalla near Mohammad Ali Road Patni says he always had an interest in photography As a teenager he visited Hindi film sets to take pictures of the stars “School got over by noon By 1 pm I would finish my homework and set off towards Dadar where shoots would take place everyday” he says The boy was even spotted by a production crew and roped him in to play a much younger Ajit in Baradari (1955) “But I knew then that I wanted to photograph these people not act with them” he says After dropping out of St Xavier’s College in his second year Patni worked as an apprentice to other photographers in the film industry But fate had other plans for him; in 1970 Patni met KP Rane a stage show organiser and went on to become a photographer who exclusively shot tawaifs stage show performers mujra artistes and much later bar dancers “I took on a few projects for movies but slowly shifted my focus to portraits of dancers” he says By then he had also married His wife Zubeida assisted him in the dark room Patni attended stage shows with his Kodak but in 1978 switched to a Rolleiflex (120 film) Soon he was known as “bhaijaan” by hundreds of mujra dancers who invited him to their houses for a photoshoot “Photographs were clicked for personal use Very few performers could afford to get their pictures clicked” says Pinky a former mujra dancer at Congress House a close-knit bar dancers’ ghetto in Grant Road Now in her 50s she reminisces about the anarkalis and saris worn by women who would swirl in front of the men seated on floor mattresses She recalls how Patni would stand in a corner holding a flashlight looking at his subjects and thinking of angles Bar dancers and their trade were looked down upon and very few photographers ventured into the lanes of Congress House or Foras Road Once Patni says a dancer requested him to accompany her to her brother’s wedding in Jaipur “I told her that hiring a local photographer would be cheaper But they trusted me” he says His business flourished from their patronage If the 1970s saw the arrival of dance bars the 1990s witnessed their modernisation Kothas gave way to bars mujras were replaced by Bollywood dancing Patni remembers the first bar to open in south Mumbai Sonia Mahal at Nariman Point in 1972 Several bars such as Pingara in Byculla and Topaz in Grant Road began recruiting dancers in the 1980s-90s As the demand for dancers rose more girls trickled in from Madhya Pradesh Bihar and Uttar Pradesh “The dancers would call him on their birthdays Patni would ensure he took everyone’s pictures These would be saved in albums by the girls” says Avinash Shetty owner Dilbar bar Some girls he adds even saved their profile shots to distribute them later amongst bar owners for job “Like a resume in a photo” he says “I earned Rs 2000-3000 every day” says Patni Soon he bought his first flat a 1 BHK flat in suburban Malad’s residential society But with the new millennium came stricter regulations and police raids “They would often turn up at bars after midnight I used to catch a train and leave before that but these girls would often spend the night in jail” says Patni In 2005 the ban forced him to look at alternate ways to earn a living His father Ghulam Hussain had owned a modest textile shop on Mohammad Ali Road and he leased the space after his retirement The rent is what Patni uses to survive That and the table in Foras Road He has turned to wedding photography and passport size pictures — Rs 20 for four pictures A young boy has come to fetch him “This is what my life has come to Passport size pictures” says Patni with a sigh before he shoots the boy’s mother Dimpi Singh a former bar dancer who works as a waitress now He still carries the names and numbers of bar dancers and owners in his pocket diary “If bar dancing is legalised I would leave all that I am doing right now” says Patni picking up the phone to make another call For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Goyal Divya | New Delhi | Published: June 3 2013 11:32 am Related News Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone starrer Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani had a grand opening this weekend The film collected Rs 6211 cr nett in opening weekendmore than what Salman Khan strarrer Dabangg 2 had collected On Friday with a total of Rs 19 45 crorethe earnings for the film rose slightly to Rs 2016 crore on Saturday and 225 cr on Sunday Ayan Mukherji’s second film may well be the next film to join Rs 100 crore club Taran Adarsh: #YehJawaaniHaiDeewani collected Rs 6211 cr nett in opening weekend Breakup:- Fri 1945 crSat 2016 crSun 225 cr Outstanding taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) June 32013 Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani has also emerged Ranbir and Deepika’s biggest opener in overseas marketovertaking Ranbir Kapoor’s Barfi!

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