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DR. ABDUL REHMAN VANOO – A MAN OF EXCELLENCE With fundentamental definition Padega Bharat Badega Bharat

Exclusive Excerpts From Interview ABDUL REHMAN VANOO has been appointed as General Secretary of Famous Dada Saheb Phalke Film Foundation. Dada Saheb Phalke Film foundation which is working hard with great personalities for arrange, organize, conduct seminar and other social activity to promote and support Indian film culture. His intention is to make Dada Saheb Phalke Film Foundation Awards a remarkable Best Indian Awards. For which he has joined the foundation with great vision for betterment of Foundation. We as a team, Dream to make Dadasaheb Phalke Award,most prestigious and important for Indian Cinema in coming years. That will be the day our Dream come true for respected Dadasaheb Phalke, “Father Of Cinema”. DADA SAHEB PHALKE FILM FOUNDATION AWARDS To Be Held On 11th May 2019 At 6.00 Pm Onwards At New Mahada Ground, Swami Samarth Circle. Lokhandwala, Andheri (W), Mumbai.        Dr. Abdul Rehman Vanoo carries the fundamental of the scouts till today and encourages the new generation from his own example. He is the Chairman of  Hind Foundation (NGO) which is influenced with fundentamental definition Padega Bharat Badega Bharat. He Is the Founder Member of 10PL – Cricket UAE Sharjah, Founder Owner of Hanaan Cricket Club QatarChampionship, Vanoo Championship – A cricket  tournament played every year in Dapoli- Maharashtra. Dr. Vanoo has been actively working for betterment of education, environment and healthcare as the founder of Hind Foundation, Dr. Vanoo hails from Konkan. His father Abdul Gafoor Vanoo was a renowned freedom fighter. Dr. Vanoo has been following his father’s ideology of love, compassion and empathy towards the humankind irrespective of their caste, creed or religion. Hannan Cricket Club, an initiative by Hind Foundation and chaired by Dr. Vanoo gives underserved class of Indians residing in Qatar an opportunity to showcase their talent. Mostly the players are drivers, cooks and daily wage laborers. About HIND...

Tabla Maestro Mehul Sharma – The Generation Boy On Indian Classical Music Speaks About His Kind Of Music – Exclusive Interview

The Solo Tabla program is being organized by Parampara Ek Abhivyakti in Triveni Kala Sangam, Delhi on 9th December 2018. Tabla Maestro Mehul Sharma will present his presentation. When we had a conversation with Mehul Sharma, see how he combined youth and classical music. There was a little bit of emotion, chemistry and lots of music when Tabla Maestro Mehul Sharma got onto the stage to celebrate the power of classical music at the hall. What classical music for him is “Khudaa Ki Den” Reporter :  Tell us a little bit about yourself sir. – I Mehul Sharma. I am from Mathura Uttar Pradesh but my Father is a music teacher in the Delhi School, so I grew up in Delhi. Since childhood, it has been a hobby of music that has caught music. Since dad is in music, so when I was five, I have been playing the tabla. I have initially learned classical tabla from my father Mr Rajesh Kumar Sharma and later by Mr Rohit Poddarji. At age of 18, to refines the art, I started learning tabla under the guidance of famous tabla exponent of farukhabad gharana – GURU Devashish Adhikariji. Guru Devashish Adhikariji is a living Tabla legend who gained his knowledge of pure traditional Tabla by his guru Ustad Sabir Khan.   Reporter :  Mehulji like you mentioned that classical music adds to hearts but in today’s pace the younger generation has left this music a lot behind. What do you look at from this? – It is true that classical music is going down, but the reason is also we are. Today we see that the younger generation has abandoned their tradition and has been doing Western music more. The truth is that the real classical music is becoming extinct, but for today’s generation, a new word has come into the market, which is called fusion....

Tabla Maestro Mehul Sharma – The Generation Boy On Indian Classical Music Speaks About His Kind Of Music – Exclusive Interview

The Solo Tabla program is being organized by Parampara Ek Abhivyakti in Triveni Kala Sangam, Delhi on 9th December 2018. Tabla Maestro Mehul Sharma will present his presentation. When we had a conversation with Mehul Sharma, see how he combined youth and classical music. There was a little bit of emotion, chemistry and lots of music when Tabla Maestro Mehul Sharma got onto the stage to celebrate the power of classical music at the hall. What classical music for him is “Khudaa Ki Den”     Reporter :  Tell us a little bit about yourself sir. – I Mehul Sharma. I am from Mathura Uttar Pradesh but my Father is a music teacher in the Delhi School, so I grew up in Delhi. Since childhood, it has been a hobby of music that has caught music. Since dad is in music, so when I was five, I have been playing the tabla. I have initially learned classical tabla from my father Mr Rajesh Kumar Sharma and later by Mr Rohit Poddarji. At age of 18, to refines the art, I started learning tabla under the guidance of famous tabla exponent of farukhabad gharana – GURU Devashish Adhikariji. Guru Devashish Adhikariji is a living Tabla legend who gained his knowledge of pure traditional Tabla by his guru Ustad Sabir Khan.   Reporter :  Mehulji like you mentioned that classical music adds to hearts but in today’s pace the younger generation has left this music a lot behind. What do you look at from this? – It is true that classical music is going down, but the reason is also we are. Today we see that the younger generation has abandoned their tradition and has been doing Western music more. The truth is that the real classical music is becoming extinct, but for today’s generation, a new word has come into the market, which is called...

Swarda Thigale Popular TV Actress Her Candid Interview

My Mom and Dad were my guide to to become actor! candid conversation with tv star ‘Swarda Thigale’ Swarda Thigale is an Indian Television actress who made her acting debut in 2013 with the Marathi movie, Thoda Tuza, Thoda Maza. She did her schooling and college from Pune. Being a Salsa and Kathak dancer, she participated in several dance functions in her school and college. The beautiful actress has also starred in Marathi television series, Majhe Mann Tujhe Zhale on ETV Marathi. She played Ramabai Ambedkar in the drama ‘Vadal Hya Krantiche’ She has also appeared in several ads including Sprite. She is currently playing the lead role in the Hindi drama series, Savitri Devi College and Hospital on Colors TV.    Here is the inteaction of Swarda Thigale Q-What’s your role like in Savitri Devi college and hospital? Is it close to who you are in real life?? Ans-In savitridevi college and hospital show I’m playing a doctor’s role as Dr. Sanchi. Its not close to my real self because i am much more sorted with my thoughts, my ideals and my appearance in real life. Q-Where would we see Swarda in five years from now? Ans-You would see Swarda in bollywood, playing different challenging characters Q-Anything you want to say to your fans? Ans-Keep supporting me just the way you have till now and I would keep entertaining you guys with surprising performances and different characters in shows, movies, plays, etc. Q-What is it like to work on a TV set and having to shoot everyday? Does it get stressful?  If yes,  how do you cope up with stress? Ans-It is very stressful and when i get an off for a day or two i relax with my family and regain my energy, I meditate, watch light hearted films and dance which I think is the best...

Producer Bachhu Singh and Director Netar Singh (Mintoo) of KYUN LAGTE APNE HAI Exclusive Chaat

PRODUCER BACHHU SINGHA : ” We Got The Best Support From Every One ” How did you get inspired to enter the film industry ? I was knowing music director Kalyan Barhan since the past ten years. One day, I told him that I want to produce a feature film and he took me to director Netar Singh (Mintoo) who I liked instantly  due to his endearing personality. He convinced me to make a musical love story. As Kalyan Bardhan is an excellent music composer, I thought of making this film which is now complete. It is titled KYUN LAGTE APNE HAI. Will you continue making more films ? I have come to know the film industry now very well and I am very happy that I met the right people. I will continue to make more films as I am of this knowledge that if I am within the budget and also know the business aspects, then there will be no problems at all. How was the experience while you were shooting the film KYUN LAGTE APNE HAI ? We took the local talents like Neeraj Rana and Nitesh from Himachal and heroine Sheetal came from Mumbai. Then we also took Mr.Himachal Harish, known as Harry who plays a major role in the film too. Vaishali, the Miss Himachal runner up was also cast in a major role. For the elderly characters, we had Amar Dogra and Ravneet Kaur,then Sunil Thakur and Survir Singh,Shadab Khan,Jyoti were also added to the cast.  We had scouted the best locales for the film. I liked the Tibetian Temple location as the monastery is very huge and has a magical effect. We filmed one song inside the temple and even outside on the lead pair Neeraj Rana and Sheetal. One song which introduces heroine Sheetal in the film has been partly filmed...

Interview of Mahesh Sharma, Vishnu Sharma and writer-director Raama Mehra of Keep safe Distance.

I Am Treating Film Business As Pure Business – Mahesh Sharma. Mahesh Sharma and Vishnu Sharma, the two brothers from Kota have produced their maiden venture KEEP SAFE DISTANCE, written-directed by Raama Mehra. All the three main pillars of the film are hugely excited as their film is on the verge of completion and being readied for an early release. Ayyer Mohan of COMPLETE CINEMA spoke to all the three . Excerpts How did you enter the film industry ? MAHESH SHARMA::” I am in the film industry due to the inspiratiopn given to me from my younger brother Vishnu Sharma who has already seen the ins and outs of the film undustry since five years. He was shooting for a serial and on the set was Raama Mehra who was also acting in the serial. Their meeting clicked and Raama Mehra had one interesting story which Vishnu told me and we both decided to make the film KEEP SAFE DISTANCE. Actually, I am in construction business and the flow of money as easy for me to invest in a film. I am happy that the efforts of all the three of us has borne fruits and I will continue to make more films in the future too. Also, Sagar Joshi and Laxman Singh Rajput who are in my production team are working very hard and helping the film’s progress with great cooperation with all the actors, technicians,unit hands etc. who are going out of their way to make KEEP SAFE DISTANCE a very entertaining film for all ages.” VISHNU SHARMA” Film Industry Is a Very Good Industry For Creative People” What attracted you to the film industry ? Vishnu Sharma:” I was inclined to the film industry from childhood. I used to watch films in cinema halls. I used to act in the school plays, then college plays...

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