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Oh yes and the beautiful lady in it too” With such a warm relationship with not only her husband but with her in-laws too we must say Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is a lucky woman For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by A Kameshwari | New Delhi | Updated: October 25 2016 4:06 pm Ae Dil Hai Mushkil actor Ranbir Kapoor and director Karan Johar on promotional rounds for their film The movie releases on October 28 Top News It is not just the eye-pleasing actors or soulful music but also the dialogues of the film which are making Ae Dil Hai Mushkil a must watch for a lot of people But what if we tell you that some of these dialogues or couplets narrated by Ranbir Kapoor in the film have been written by Karan Johar himself Well yes During one of the promotions Ranbir revealed that some of the poems that we hear in the trailers have been promptly penned down by the ace director himself WATCH VIDEO: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Says Army donation Is Voluntary Ranbir Kapoor went on to promote ADHM on television dance reality show Jhalak Dikhla Jaa When host Manish Paul asked Ranbir to narrate the shayari he has said in the film the actor Ranbir revealed that it is not just a shayari but lines which depict the mood of the film quite well He said “It’s not a shayari Our great director Karan Johar had impromptu written this poem while travelling which kind of encompasses the vibe of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” Another lovely episode of #JDJ9 comes to an end see you next week with even more challenges @[email protected][email protected]/XyZj5eNt06 — COLORS (@ColorsTV) October 22 2016 WATCH VIDEO |Here’s How Much Army Welfare Fund Has After MNS Demanded Rs 5 Cr To Cast Pak Artistes “Jab Pyaar mein Pyaar nah ho Jab dard mein yaar nah ho Jab aasoun mein muskaan na ho Jab Laafzo mein zubaan nah ho Jab saasein bas yunhi chale Jab har din mein raat dhale Jab intezaar sirf waqt ka ho Jab yaad uss kambat ka ho Kyun hun mein rahi jab kisi aur ki manzil Dhadkano ne saath chhod diya Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” WATCH VIDEO |Karan Johar: Going Forward I Will Not Engage With Talent From The Neighbouring Country Also read|Ae Dil Hai Mushkil on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9: Ranbir Kapoor performs song live on show watchvideo Just not that the actor also performed on Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’s title track and we also saw him getting a bit emotional by the end of it To those who are not aware of the show Jhalak has Karan as one of the judges and the film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil marks his comeback as a director after four years The film faced flak due to the involvement of Pakistani actor Fawad Khan in the film and was banned by Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) The ban was cleared on Saturday after MNS demanded that the producers of the film pay a sum of Rs 5 crore to the army welfare fund as an atonement The film will release on its scheduled date October 28 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Santosh Kumar R B | Bengaluru | Published: November 27 2015 9:10 pm The thieves damaged the CCTV cameras before they committed the crime but the CCTV has managed to capture the images of the persons who entered the museum with their faces covered Top News Police in the Shivamogga district of Karnataka have cracked the case of the November 23 theft of two Padma awards of renowned Kannada poet Kuvempu from a museum and memorial Kavishaila created at the ancestral home of the poet in Kuppalli near Shivamogga with the arrest of three persons including a worker at the museum The arrested persons have been identified as Revana Siddappa alias Kayakada Revanna 56 of Turachaghatta village in Davanagere district Anjanappa 45 an attender at the Kuvempu Pratishthana museum and Prakash 48 of Mandarahalli a receiver of stolen property Kuvempu is the pen name of Kuppalli Venkatappa Puttappa a novelist poet playwright critic and thinker He was conferred with the Padma Bhushan award in 1958 and Padma Vibhushan in 1988 He is the second ‘Rashtrakavi’ of Kannada He died in 1994 and the Rashtrakavi Kuvempu Trust developed his birthplace as Kavishaila which is a major attraction for literature students in the state Revanna the main culprit was arrested on Thursday and based on his information two others were arrested on Friday The police investigation has found that Revanna a habitual offender entered the Kuvempu memorial through the roof after removing the tiles on the roof He was provided information on accessing the memorial at night by the museum’s attender Anjanappa Police said Revanna is involved in more than 13 theft cases – most of them in temples On Monday night Revanna first entered the book keeping room at the memorial and stole Rs 1000 from the cash counter before moving to the museum where Kuvempu’s medals were on display The thief grabbed the poet’s Padma Bhushan and Padma Vibhushan awards along with medals conferred by the Mysore University and Mangalore University Although he tried to damage six CCTV cameras and a power box in the museum his antics were caught on camera and the widely publicized images helped the police pick up leads for the arrest of Revanna “We have recovered the two medals that were conferred on the poet by the Mysore University and Mangalore University but are yet to recover the stolen Padma awards We are trying to find out what the thieves did with the Padma awards” Shivamogga police additional SP Vishnuvardhana told The Indian Express For all the latest Bangalore News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: December 10 2015 6:14 pm It was only after an arduous three-hour long wait inside court room 43 of The Bombay High Court that Salman Khan could finally walk out a free man having bid adieu to his accused status in the 2002 hit-and-run case Related News It was only after an arduous three-hour long wait inside court room 43 of The Bombay High Court that Salman Khan could finally walk out a free man having bid adieu to his accused status in the 2002 hit-and-run case While the court pronounced him innocent in the case and acquitted him of all charges the actor had to wait for almost three hoursto complete the necessary legal formalities and documentation For most part of his three-hour wait a forlorn looking Salman dressed in black checkered shirt and blue denims kept himself confined to the corner of the courtroom flanked by his bodyguard Shera to his left and brother-in-law Aayush to his right Salman’s eyes looked puffy serious and moist almost giving an impression that he could break down at any moment Also read:Salman Khan thanks fans says ‘accept the decision withhumility’ The actor kept a poker face while lawyers rushed through the papers that he had to sign A security guard stood in front of the actor blocking everyone’s view while more than a dozen of policemen kept a watchful eye to keep unwanted and pesky fans at bay View Pics:Salman Khan acquitted in 2002 hit and run case: Here’s Dabangg Khan’s life in ups and downs The news of Salman Khan in the court spread like wildfire and advocates young and old rushed in to catch a glimpse of the actor The court officials and even the cleaning staff too thronged the courtroom prompting the police to usher everyone out to maintain peace inside the courtroom While the decibel levels remained high due to the presence of a large crowd inside Salman remained oblivious to the proceedings save for that one moment when he elicited concern when a man tripped and fell in his eagerness to see the star A few even tried clicking pictures of the actor inside the courtroom including an advocate in blatant disregard to the rules of court At close to 430 pm the actor and his entourage exited with Alvira and Aayush taking a different route while Salman being ushered out from a private entrance meant for judges just to prevent crowd gathering As the actor left the court premises people converged clicking the actor incessantly as Salman walked out with his new found freedom in hand For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by SEHBA FAROOQUI | Published: July 24 2010 3:29 am Related News It would not be entirely correct to assume that the animated discussion these days on the subject of the burqa necessarily reflects a concern for the rights of Muslim women The current discourse partly serves to reinforce the stereotype of the backward Muslim Neverthelessthis has emerged as a controversial issue whereinultimatelyconservative and right-wing agendas are being pursued The rights of women have no place in these agendas It would be worthwhile to view the issue of the burqa within a larger social and historical context Patriarchal societiesacross time and spacehave had a long tradition of making women conceal their faces (especially in public places or in the presence of strangers) through the use of the veil The nature and style of the veil has of course varied from society to society There are references to the veil for instance in Shakuntalaand to its use by women of the aristocracy in Europe in the nineteenth centuryin Tolstoys Anna Karenina In several parts of north India even today the custom of covering the face with pardah or ghungat is quite widespreadand not confined to any particular religious community The use of the typical robe-like burqa covering the entire body from head to anklewith two small openings for the eyesseems to have become prevalent in parts of the Indian subcontinent only during the 19th century There are hardly any visual representations of this form of the burqa earlier By the beginning of the 20th century this type of burqa was worn quite extensively by Muslim women in large and small urban centres There was a tendency for older women to wear a heavy white-coloured burqa while relatively younger women wore a lighter black burqa Thenby the 1960s and early 1970s young Muslim womenparticularly those who had had access to higher educationoften preferred not to wear the burqa usually covering their heads with a dupatta (the portrayal in Mere Mehboob notwithstanding) In other wordsnot wearing the traditional burqa had become quite acceptable among several sections of Muslims in India This trend was not specific to India alone In fact during the course of the 20th centuryan increasing number of Muslim women in several countries of Asia and Africa (countries which had a predominantly Muslim population) did not wear any kind of burqa or veil Prominent among these are TurkeyAlgeriaTunisiaPalestineLebanonIraq and Egypt Even in Indonesia and Malaysia one mainly comes across a covering for the head In our subcontinentwe are familiar with images of Benazir BhuttoKhaleda Zia and Sheikh Hasina covering their heads with a dupatta or pallu Thusone cannot regard the use of the traditional burqa as a universal practice in Muslim societies The political developments of the 1980s and 1990s in the Indian subcontinent contributed to a revival of the burqaor at least a growing emphasis on its use in the way in which Islam was perceived by some sections of Muslim societies To some extent this trend was set in motion after 1979when the mass upsurge against the hated regime of the Shah of Iran took a right-wing turn and culminated in the establishment of a conservative religious orthodoxy in that country with far-reaching ideological consequences The more important development was the coup of Zia-ul-Haq in Pakistan This resulted in an ultra-reactionary regime which was fully backed by the United States Against the backdrop of the events in Iranwhich more or less coincided with Soviet military intervention in Afghanistan in December 1979the Zia regime became the main instrument of the United States to thwart progressive and democratic movements in this region In Pakistan itselfZia unleashed a reign of terror against all progressive and democratic forcesbrutally suppressing the rights of the people In order to provide an ideological basis for his actionshe attempted to reshape Islamic practices in a manner that would suit the political agenda of his military regime and that of the US Women obviously became the main victims of this reinterpretationwhich in its extreme form was manifested in the Hudood Ordinances of 1979 These measures were a major setback for the movement for womens rights in Pakistanand had an adverse impact on the entire subcontinent Overlapping with these developments was the growing communalisation of Indian politics during the 1980s and 1990s The phenomenon is too well known to require elaboration Suffice it to say that in this situation the Muslim minority in India felt increasingly threatened and insecure The riots which followed the demolition of the Babri Masjidparticularly the anti-Muslim pogrom in Mumbailed some sections of Muslim society to adoptin a very forceful mannerspecific modes of dress and other outward symbols as an assertion of identity In Mumbaifor examplequite a few college-going girls from affluent Muslim families took to wearing the burqa This trendwhich is also the result of processes at work in the neighbouring region (as well as internationally since 9/11)suits the agenda of conservative sections from which it finds support and encouragement The issue of the burqa cannot be understood without referring to the larger context At the same time it needs to be noted that the current preoccupation with it in the media is essentially due to the attempt by the Sarkozy government in France to ban the burqa in public places The right-wing Sarkozy government is not a great champion of womens rightsand the politics of burqa in France has to be related to the complex situation in that country rather than using it to label Muslims in India as being generally backwardor as a pretext to push Muslim women into seclusion The writer is the general secretary of the All India Democratic Womens AssociationNew Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News It was her grandfather who recently posted a picture of the mother-daughter duo and captioned it,said,There is no permission for the Mahapanchayat At least eight companies of PACpolice forces from eight districts falling under Allahabad and Chitrakoot Dham zones have been deployed Police in plainclotheslarge number of videographers and anti-riot mechanism has already been put in place Barricading of the proposed venue is also being done to prevent people reaching the spot?” said Sood.