21-year-old Shubhankar Sharma has played at Wellington Gymkhana Golf Course.
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Written by Shubhra Gupta | Published: June 23 2012 12:14 am Related News Gangs Of Wasseypur (Part i) DIRECTOR: Anurag Kashyap CAST: Manoj BajpaiTigmanshu DhuliaRicha ChaddaReema SenPiyush MishraJameel KhanPankaj TripathiVineet SinghNawazuddin SiddiquiHuma QureshiAnurita JhaJaideep Ahlawat Rating: **** Gangs Of Wasseypur is a sprawlingexuberantferociously ambitious piece of filmmakingwhich hits most of its marks It reunites Anurag Kashyap with exactly the kind of style he is most comfortable with: hyper-masculinehyper-realgoing for the jugular Its not so much about gangsas about men who are pushed into gangstergiri as a thing to live by; as you go alongyou see that Wasseypur is not just a placebut a state of mindwhich roars and strikes after each deceptively quiet patch I liked most of GangsPart Oneenormously This is a tale with a long arc From 1941 to the present day (it breaks off in the middle; the rest of it will come to theatres next monthin the second part) It tells us how coal (koylamuch more poetic) was one of the countrys precious natural resources which was captured for the betterment of few: first by the British overlordsand then by the local mafiawhich hijacked the khadaans (mines) and monstrous gains and became the resident fat cats In the first flush of azaadithose who thought their lives were going to get better were proved miserably wrong Those who toiled and laboured became poorerthose who lorded over the worker drones with swordsand lathis and brute forceflourished Theres history hereof the kind almost never attempted by Hindi cinemabuoyed beautifully by geography: the locations are part of the pleasures of the film It is in a setting like this that Wasseypur introduces us to its passel of charactersand the two men whose enmity will decide the fate of their families and foes Its all very Godfather-likein its vowing of vengeanceand settling of scoresalso reminding you of movies featuring the American wild west where lawlessness was rampantand the law was decidedly an ass Sardar Khan (Bajpai) has fixed his beady eye on Ramadhir Singh (Dhulia)for the latter was responsible for hisSardarsfathers death The story keeps circling back to this coreproviding us with the kind of authentic local colour that is hard to find in manufactured Bollywood The language is earthyrobustfilled with profanities (even the women swear fluently) Theres a particular invocation of a maternal private part and the violence to be wreaked upon it that immediately fixes the place and the people: you will never hear the phrase in any place other than in some parts of UP and Bihar The dialogue is one of the high points of the film: I was watching out for faux rusticitygiven Bollywoods penchant to slip into this lingo and massacre itbut there are very few slipsand minuscule at that Which brings us to the primary delightthe people who speak these lines The casting is spot onwith every small character leaving an impact I like that neither Bajpai nor Dhulia are made bigger than they are: they are who they are This is Bajpais bestbetter by far than Satyaand you can feel his ravenous delight as he slides into his part: Sardar is a complex mix of a rutting macho male whose sexual needs sometimes seem to overwhelm his desire to decimate his enemybut he understands the practical considerations of having to liveand let livetill the time is right Dhulia is astonishingly good as the man who grabs power and does everything to hold on to it: Ramadhir Singh is a man of his times; he does what he does because that is all he knows how to do The leisurely pacewhich can get a little trying as you try and figure out exactly why the film keeps darting off to one sideallows Kashyap to flesh out his characters Piyush Mishra gets the best part hes done till nowas mentor and keeper-of-an-eye on Sardar: Mishra ages convincingly through the filmwith a revelatory glimpse of the purgatory he lives in Sardars sonsplayed by Vineet Singh and Nawazuddin Siddiquifeel organically grown withinand the quietexcellent Pankaj Tripathialong with the other charactersfills in the rest In this world of menthe womanyias come and goeither waiting to be pronged by their menor delaying that pronging by tactics used by canny females the world over Kashyap has never shown such dexterity before with humour Gangs is very funny in very many placesand a lot of that bawdydripping-with-steamy-desire humour comes from Sardars interactions with his women: Nagma (Richa Chadda) as his firebrand wife and Durga (Reema Sen)the other womanwhose scorn proves lethal More hilarity ensues in the backing and forthing between Sardars sons and their girls (Anurita Jha and Huma Qureshi): the small-town essence of wanting and yet not being seen to be too forward is delicious But the interludes remain just that The main action is reserved for the men and their gunsboth above and below their waistsand the violence that seesaws between casual and deliberateoften causing you to want to avert your eyesbut almost never feeling gratuitous The music is wonderfuland the lyrics lovelythough I wasnt exactly enamoured by the heavy underscoring of each-segment-by-appropriate-song It feels excessiveand it weighs things down Just the way the leaden beginningwith its relentless fusillade of bulletsdoes Some of the documentary aspects where real-life footage is usedslow the pace; and there are other indulgentslack bits But these are few off-key things in a film which gets almost everything else right: a terrific sense of time and place and peoplefused to fashion a savagely uncompromising cracker of a tale Anurag Kashyapthe storyteller whose skills are on full display in this filmis back And that is good news Now for the second part [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: September 8 2017 12:32 pm Samsung has made it official: The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is coming to India on September 12 Related News Samsung has made it official Galaxy Note 8 is coming to India on September 12 This is the same day as the Apple iPhone 8 launch in Cupertino California The company sent out press invites for the launch of the Galaxy Note 8 The event is scheduled to happen in Delhi at 12:30 pm (IST) Samsung will runlive stream of the Galaxy Note 8 launch the company said Indianexpresscom had previously predicted that the Galaxy Note 8 will launch in India in the second week of September and sales for the flagship device will start towards the end of the month Samsung has already opened registrations for the Galaxy Note 8 in India The South Korean company could bring the 64GB and 128GB storage variants of the Note 8 to India The high-end smartphone might cost upwards of Rs 65000 for the base variant In the US Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is priced at $930 (or approx Rs 59566) for the base version Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is perhaps the most anticipated smartphone to hit the market Speaking of the 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IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsAizawl: The administration of southern Mizoram’s Lawngtlai district has started the process to register the over 1600 Myanmarese nationals who had taken refuge in four remote villages in the district an official said on Monday Representational image Reuters After the refugees are registered with the district administration they would be given temporary ration cards for food distribution among them the official said More than 300 quintals of rice had already arrived in the four villages situated along the Mizoram-Myanmar border to be distributed among the refugees he said Makeshift relief camps in the villages were being constructed for the refugees The official said that the refugees who took shelter in the four villages — Hmawngbuchhuah Zochachhuah Laitlang and Dumzautlang — belonged to Khumi and Rakhine province of Myanmar known to the local populace inside Mizoram as ‘Zakhai’ tribes Central committee of the Young Lai Association (YLA) the apex body of the Lai tribe in Lawngtlai district had distributed blankets and garments to the displaced people on Friday Mizoram Thalai Kristian Pawl (MTKP) the youth wing of the Baptist Church of Mizoram also handed over Rs 50000 to the central committee of the YLA for the purchase of relief items The exodus of civilians from Myanmar to Lawngtlai district began on 25 November last after armed clashes between the Myanmar Army and the Arakan militants Written by Agencies | London | Published: December 4 2009 9:35 am Related News Actress Sarah Jessica Parker is regretting her decision to be a part of the ‘Sex and the City’ sequel’ as it is putting a strain on her family Parker44famous for her now iconic role of Carrie Broadshawrecently became the mother of twins Tabitha and Marionborn to a surrogate in June but she has not been able to spend time with her children due to the hectic shooting scheduleDaily Mail online reported She and husband Matthew Broderick also have a sonseven-year-old James Wilkie “Nothing can really describe what it’s like to have two new little girls It’s been very different than when James arrivedsince our family expanded in an untraditional way We didn’t plan on having twobut were doubly blessedand it’s been just wonderful” she said “One would prefer to be held 24 hours a dayand the other is already suffering from type A issues It’s been amazing but complicated because of my current work schedulewhich I have enormous regrets about” she added Parkerwho wed Broderick47in 1997also hit out at claims their marriage is on the rocks “I never really talk about this because too many (people) speculate about my marriageanyway I think when you are youngeryou get swept away by grand gestures When you have children and year investedit’s much more complicated” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News The Surjit Academy team finally managed to restore parity when Gurpreet successfully 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21-year-old Shubhankar Sharma has played at Wellington Gymkhana Golf Course.