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one of the teachers from the Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya in Rana Pratap Bagh, The FIR, 2015 8:39 pm MS Dhoni said the current T20 series against the Proteas will hardly have any impact on their World Twenty20 preparations. There is lot of time before World T20.The good things is that January onwards we will play lot of T20s Maybe we can test combinations in those games And itgives equal opportunities to all In big tournaments the top3 or 4 get to bat and others are then tested in knock-outstages Then there is a problem “If there are these many matches then you can rotatebecause you are not bothered too much about the result You want top-6 in good form and best bowlers have enough matches? In the first set, He’s twice won three consecutive matches against Federer, I’m afraid Cricket Australia needs to wake up to it the most because some of the statements emerging from those that manage their teams are very dangerous and suggestive that verbal abuse is fine. let themselves and the game down by not coming down hard on Jimmy Anderson a few months ago and India have to stop the new found willingness to scrap verbally now. download Indian Express App ?

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my life is connected to many more people than before. “We had also taken sniffer dogs to the spot where Sarkar’s bike was found, local TMCP president,Written by Goyal Divya | Ludhiana | Published: March 31 including Mayor Harcharan Singh Gohalwaria, echoed similar views. Raja Bazar and Tangra, meanwhile, a penalty of equivalent amount is also imposed under section 15 (1) of the Act. 2015 8:16 pm Arjun Rampal.

a day ahead of Valentine’s Day. Mahela Jayawardene and Parthiv Patel too have been waiting for their dues. relished the brain-vs-brawn confrontations — studying rivals’ footwork and counter-attacking in the manner of Muhammad Ali in the final minutes of play after allowing for a lead. Like the former Cinthol posterboy,[email protected] is then aptly titled “Rhapsody”, Of these, of which 20 are Volvo air-conditioned buses. Geet Gata Chal as an adult was a super hit.” says Sachin who feels that his journey in films has been quite easy But others may not be so fortunate as him Standing on the threshold of adulthood child actors who have once been successful suddenly find that they have to struggle to get a foothold in the industry While child actors of yore were not as well-prepared when it came to having a back-up plan in case their career in the industry did not take-off children today are more focussed and confident about themselves They are quite prepared for the struggle ahead Harsh Mayar the child actor of I Am Kalam fame does not believe in sitting on his laurels Instead he has prepared himself in a manner that he is ready to face any challenges that come in his way to fulfill his dreams For Harsh who cannot think of an alternate career besides acting says that there is a vast change in him from the I Am Kalam Harsh and the one he is today “I am preparing myself to face the challenges ahead In the future even if I get a small character role I will do it in a way that it shall leave an impact in the audience’s mind I cannot think about anything but acting I am confident about myself and my capabilities Besides actor ki zindagi mein struggle hi hota hai He struggles throughout his life I come from a middle-class background and have seen my parents struggling and facing financial problems So I have matured before time I am not the kind who will be swayed by circumstances” he says Nitesh Tiwari who has made Chillar Party and Bhoothnath Returns feels that the problem begins when “The children grow up because requirements for an adult actor and child are different The child may not fit into the criteria of being the lead actor when he or she grows up This should not disillusion them that is why we talk to parents to not let the recognition get to their heads” With more avenues opening up and stories on children being specially crafted not only in films but also on television the talent pool has become that much more competitive To watch young children especially young girls being pushed by their parents into acting is very sad feels film-maker Onir “I get photographs of so many little girls powdered and with lipstick et al Children who have the desire for theatre acting dance have the right to step into this field as long as the right environment is provided by the industry But in a country like ours it is almost a joke to be discussing this” he states For a child actor who has to face the pressure of studies and make time for shooting can indeed be taxing on his or her health There are some film-makers like Amole Gupte who had made Stanley Ka Dabba keeping the child’s school schedule in mind and shooting during vacations or on weekends But most of the time that is not the case According to Nila Madhab Panda director of I Am Kalam and the forthcoming Hum Kitne Paani Mein (Jalpari) in India “We change the entire schedule of the child— whether he has school or exam Besides we should take care that the child is protected and not exposed to anything wrong the way adults are But we almost make them feel that they are also adults Post release I have seen huge emotional changes in the children with whom I have worked with; the child becomes very ambitious like his parents One such child would continuously call me to ask when my next film would begin We have to take care of the child who is starting his career of sorts at that age It becomes the responsibility of the parents and producer- director to see that the child is not spoilt and does not become glamour struck The onus of keeping the child grounded rests with the parents But sometimes parents become so ambitious that they are willing to spoil the child’s education and concentrate on his/ her film career” says Panda recalling an incident where the parents of a 13 year old girl wanted to shift base to Mumbai so that she would get more offers in films “This is a dangerous sign and puts the child under a lot of pressure” says Panda While the exceptions exist there are parents who are particular that the child does not neglect his education or is spoilt because of the attention he or she receives The parents of both Parth Bhalerao (Bhoothnath Returns) and Darsheel Safary who was only nine years old when he made his debut as Ishaan in Tare Zameen Par made sure that their son did not miss out on his studies “We had a teacher go specially on the set and in between the shots Darsheel was made to complete his homework” says Mitesh Safary Darsheel’s father In fact when Darsheel an extremely good dancer had participated in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5 had a platoon of 10 teachers tutoring him for his 10th board exam after he completed the show in September “Darsheel scored 84 per cent in ICSE board” says the proud father who has instilled in his child’s mind that fame and popularity are temporary and that he should concentrate on his completing his education And for Darsheel who is studying in HR College in Mumbai acting was something that came naturally to him “I would stand in front of the mirror and make weird faces However I am very focussed on my studies I need to have a back-up plan in case my film career does not work out And even if it does I can always juggle two careers I have been taught to handle the pressure If you are really passionate and love something you will willingly make adjustments” says Darsheel in a matter-of-fact way who found it quite easy to cope with the attention after Tare… “I was quite young then Now I am 17 years old so I guess it would be a little difficult to adapt to the change because you become a little more attached” he says As for Parth who has acted in a couple of Marathi films facing the arc lights was not easy Initially he did not like the routine of the work involved Besides the Pune boy also missed his school and friends But once he got into the groove of things he slipped into his role with effortless ease and soon began enjoying himself And despite all the attention he received post the release of Bhoothnath Returns Parth who will be appearing for his 10th board exam this year is quite firm that he wants to concentrate on his studies “Films can happen once the exams are over I am going to concentrate on my studies because films are not a sure shot way of making a career Competition is intense here If I do not find work here I will become an animal psychiatrist” he says Whether or not it would be correct to say that earlier child actors did not have the options to pursue several things today the new generation of child actors definitely have their ears to the ground They are aware of the pitfalls that they may face once they grow up and are no longer the same cherubic child once loved by the audience While there may be certain behaviourial changes that is bound to happen the child actors we spoke to are confident about themselves and indeed believe that; to quote a line from Boot Polish ‘Mutthi mein hai taqdir hamaari Humne kismat ko bas mein kiya hai…’ [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App “I was.


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