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Big FM Revamps Music Format with The 90s Show With Anu Malik

Friday, December 22 2017

Big FM Revamps Music Format with The 90s Show With Anu Malik

BIG FM, one of the India’s largest radio networks has announced the launch of its new show The 90s Show with Anu Malik. The show’s content revolving around the era of 90s to early 2000s will also mark the radio network’s transition into adult contemporary music format. In keeping with its renewed identity and fortifying its promise of providing more Hit music, the station will offer songs from the said era. The new programming line-up will reflect a fresh and contemporary image which is in line with the changing demands of listeners. The 90s Show with Anu Malik, as the name suggests, will take listeners back in time when story-telling, music and stardom ruled Bollywood. The ace composer and ever versatile Anu Malik will add credibility to the theme of the show by engaging listeners with trendsetting songs and film trivia from the 90s and early millennium. He will integrate his inimitable quirky and humorous style with the show, driving maximum listener engagement. The offering will air Mon-Fri, 8pm to 10pm across markets. With the launch of the brand new show, the radio network will also build its music strategy adult contemporary genre at its core. The radio station will accentuate its delivery of the new genre by adding remixes, mash-ups, original songs and more riveting content to the mix. Along with playing upbeat music, BIG FM will keep its intrinsic element by playing songs from the timeless era. At the same time, BIG FM’s extension in the digital realm will continue to offer compelling video content based on original songs. This comprehensive 360-degree approach while appealing to the younger audience will add to the existing listenership pie and increase effective brand presence for the advertisers. Speaking about the re-positioning, Mr. Atul Razdan, National Programming Head, BIG FM said, “The decision to bring adult contemporary genre across our network is aimed at extending the reach among millennials while maintaining our existing listenership base. ‘The 90s Show with Anu Malik’ makes for an apt platform to announce the launch given its compelling theme that is in sync with the revamped strategy. This newest addition along with the refreshed programming line-up will mean increased audience engagement offering effective visibility to our partners.” BIG FM has taken aggressively to the path of having a strong digital outreach with fresh content based activities like ‘Recreated Folk’ for Navratri featuring prominent singers like Harshdeep Kaur, Prajakta Shukre, ‘Khushiyon Ki Marathon’ for Diwali, ‘BIG Junior Rockstars’ for Children’s Day, ‘#NoKhaaliPet’ for World Human Rights Day among many others. Original theme based songs were composed and music videos were released on the said occasions that appealed to audiences across ages. BIG FM with its clutter breaking shows has been instrumental in maintaining a leadership position over the years and this show will further consolidate the ratings. In Mumbai, ‘Breakfast Show with RJ Siddharth’, has led the way in the prime-time band by consistently occupying the number one rating for more than 120 weeks now. The radio network’s coveted win as the ‘Most Admired Radio Station for Customer engagement’ at ACEF awards earlier this year and the recent win at the Emvies 2017 as the ‘Media Partner of The Year – Radio’, adds to its credibility of being the most trusted brand partner.

Lokmat Aurangabad MahaMarathon 2017 has over 8000 participants

Friday, December 22 2017

Lokmat Aurangabad MahaMarathon 2017 has over 8000 participants

Lokmat, Maharashtra & Goa’s Number 1 newspaper organized the second edition of the Lokmat MahaMarathon on Sunday, 17 th December 2017 at Aurangabad. The largest marathon in the Marathwada region was flagged off by Marathi celebrities Sanskruti Balgudi and Devdutt Nage. The marathon saw a participation of over 8000 participants making it the biggest marathon of the city. This is the 2 nd edition Marathon in the Lokmat Mahamarathon series after Nashik and later in January and February Lokmat MahaMarathons are scheduled to take place in Kolhapur and Nagpur. The Marathon has been held in consultation You Too Can Run. Lokmat MahaMarathon in Aurangabad is the 2 nd Marathon series organized by the Lokmat Media Group in four different categories – Half Marathon (21km), Power run (10km), the Fun Run (5km) and the Family Run (3km). The Maha Marathon saw international participation all the way from Kenya. Brigid Kinitwai Jerono from Kenya completed the 21kms run in 1hr 24mins. The crowd also witnessed a power packed performance by the rock band Moksha and created a spectacular jugalbandi with a dhol tasha goup. Lokmat MahaMarathon in Aurangabad was special as it saw participation by Divyang Run, an NGO for the differently abled and the winner of veteran category – Monika Maheshwari donated her prize money to Divyang Run. Amarjeet Singh, a visually challenged runner completed his 49th Marathon by running 21kms. In the 10kms run, Ravidas was the fastest who completed the run in 32 mins. The ‘Zippers Club’, Mumbai based group of senior citizens participated and ran 21kms at the marathon. The senior citizens of the club have gone through bypass surgeries and are under the guidance of Venkat Raman of ‘You too can run’. The eldest member of the group is 75yrs old. Each runner broke their personal records while the fastest runner was 64 yrs enthusiastic Manohar Talwar who finished the run in 2hrs 12 mins. Commenting on this city special celebration, Ms. Ruchira Darda, Founder, Lokmat MahaMarathon , says, “ We at Lokmat are so proud to organise and host the Maha Marathon in Aurangabad 2 nd time now and this is the 2 nd in our MahaMarathon series. Due to its overall success last year, this year we scaled up our Marathons with 4 in a series across Maharashtra. Anyone who participates in all receives a medal shaped like the state of Maharashtra which is unique and thus a collector’s item. Lokmat MahaMarathons have an intention to promote equality with fitness and create engagement with readers. Once again we thank authorities in Aurangabad along with citizens who have come forward and supported this event whole-heartedly .” The event was in association with Wockhardt &Varroc and powered by Dhoot Transmission, co-sponsors Riso, Pride Venture, Sara Group and First Idea Education, T-shirt partner – Sandip University, Food & Beverage Partner – Fruit-X, Official Energy Partner – Enerzal, Sporting Accommodation Partner – Istay Sporty, Health & Drink Partner – Vedika Care n Cure, Outdoor Partner – Abhishek Advertiser, Entertainment Partner – Radio Mirchi 98.3FM, Healthcare Partner – Seth Nandlal Dhoot Hospital & United Cigma Hospital, Race Management – You Too Can Run, Health & Fitness Partner – Relaxzeal, Water Partner – Coolzy Aqua Mineral, Hospitality Partner – Kream N Krunch, Banking Partner – Bank of Baroda & Bank of India, Sound Partner – S.S. Pro & Northern Pro, Power Partner – Pagariya Auto, Route Support – Ultimate Fitness, Mall Partner – Prozone, Waste Management Partner – CRT, and Sports Partner – A’bad District Amateur Athletics Association & Maharashtra Athletics Association. Aurangabad MahaMarathon was supported by Aurangabad Police & Municipal Corporation Aurangabad.

Cathay Pacific launches Business Plus for the Indian Business Traveller

Friday, December 22 2017

Cathay Pacific launches Business Plus for the Indian Business Traveller

Cathay Pacific has introduced Business Plus in India – a new corporate sales programme to meet the needs of the Indian business traveller. Business Plus simplifies the business travel management process, and rewards those who fly with Cathay Pacific or Cathay Dragon with a range of privileges and benefits. By flying with Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon, companies earn and accrue Business Plus points, thereby enabling them to move up through our 5-tier system – unlocking rewards and privileges along the way. These include cabin upgrades, Marco Polo Club membership, lounge passes and more. Moreover this programme is accessible around the clock – with easy spending review features and real-time travel advisories. Cathay Pacific Regional Sales & Marketing Manager – South Asia, Rajesh Menon said: “ In view of the significant growth opportunities from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), we have launched this programme to cater to their travel needs, which can be managed thought our website or via their travel agent. Cathay Pacific also recognizes that SMEs are of key importance and have played a vital role in India’s economic development. This is why India has been selected as one of our first markets for Business Plus launch. We will be rolling out the programme in other key markets during the course of 2018.”

Topcon,Bentley Systems announce kick-off of Constructioneering Academy

Friday, December 22 2017

Topcon,Bentley Systems announce kick-off of Constructioneering Academy

Topcon Positioning Group and Bentley Systems announce the kick-off date of their collaborative Constructioneering Academy initiative. The first session is scheduled for February 13, 2018 in Livermore, California. Topcon and Bentley have joined efforts to provide opportunities designed to allow construction industry professionals to learn best practices in constructioneering, a process of managing and integrating survey, engineering, and construction data, to streamline construction workflows and improve project delivery. “The courses are designed in a dialogue format to allow Topcon and Bentley personnel to interact directly with attendees to cater the experience for their specific questions and demands,” said Ron Oberlander, senior director of Topcon Professional Services. “The future of construction automation continues to move forward with constructioneering digital workflows, which make the work of surveyors, engineers, and construction professionals automated, continuous, and continuously more valuable, throughout project lifecycles and beyond completion.” “Topcon and Bentley’s federated constructioneering technologies enable firms to gain unprecedented digital visibility and insights into their project outcomes, as compared to traditional construction workflows. Attendees of our Constructioneering Academy will learn how their organizations can improve project delivery by leveraging constructioneering technology, methods, and best practices to execute their projects more efficiently, monitor construction performance and progress, and reduce project costs,” said Vinayak Trivedi, Bentley Institute vice president. The Constructioneering Academy will continue with additional sessions throughout learning centers located worldwide designed to reach industry professionals with hands-on training in real-world scenarios and workflows.

Death of Judge Loya: Occupancy register with details of judge’s stay at Ravi Bhavan manipulated, prominent lawyer alleges

Saturday, December 23 2017

Death of Judge Loya: Occupancy register with details of judge’s stay at Ravi Bhavan manipulated, prominent lawyer alleges

By ATUL DEV | 23 The lawyer Milind Pakhale has filed a police complaint stating that an entry he made in the occupancy register at Ravi Bhavan, a government-run VIP guest house in Nagpur, has been manipulated. Pakhale is a prominent public figure, and is the convener of the Khairlanji Action Committee, formed after the 2006 massacre of Dalits in Khairlanji, Maharashtra. The judge Brijgopal Harkishan Loya, who died suddenly 2014 while on a visit to Nagpur, is reported to have been staying at Ravi Bhavan on his final night. Pakhale’s entry in the occupancy register appears just before two other entries that relate directly to Loya’s stay. At the time of his death, Loya was presiding over the trial in the allegedly staged encounter killing of Sohrabuddin Sheikh, in which Amit Shah, the current president of the Bharatiya Janata Party, was the main person accused. In reports published by The Caravan , numerous family members and associates of the late judge have raised questions regarding the circumstances of his death, and said including by Mohit Shah, then the chief justice of the Bombay High Court. Pakhale filed the complaint on 20 December 2017 at Sadar police station in Nagpur. He has also sent a copy of the complaint to the executive engineer of the Public Works Department in Nagpur, which runs Ravi Bhavan. Nagpur police confirmed receipt of the complaint when contacted by The Caravan . The executive engineer told The Caravan that he had not been able to look into the issue because the state assembly was in session, and would only be able to get to it after Christmas. The police complaint states, “Somebody has manipulated government records in relation to the grave incident that occurred on 30.11.2014 and with the purpose of erasing evidence of my registration this document was corrupted and a bogus document was prepared and that was used.” Pakhale writes that he made the entry in question in 2014, in his own handwriting, but the same entry in the register now shows arrival and departure dates from 2017, in a different handwriting. He makes it clear in the complaint that the rest of the entry, beyond the arrival and departure dates, remains in his own hand. “I am filing this complaint to demand an immediate inquiry against the officer and the employees responsible for this manipulation,” Pakhale adds. This considerably strengthens the case for an independent probe into Loya’s mysterious death. Family members, associates and former colleagues of the late judge have issued calls for such a probe, as have prominent retired judges, government bureaucrats and military officers. A report published by The Caravan on 21 December 2017 detailed numerous inconsistencies in the various accounts of Loya’s final night that have been made public so far. It also noted possible signs of manipulation in records that pertain to the circumstances of his death, including the occupancy register at Ravi Bhavan. The pages of the register examined by The Caravan were made available by the Public Works Department in response to a Right to Information request filed by Suraj Lolage, a Nagpur-based lawyer. (Lolage has also filed a PIL regarding the Loya case with the Nagpur branch of the Bombay High Court.) The report noted three unexplained blank entries in the register immediately preceding two entries directly related to Loya’s stay, and noted the arrival and departure dates from 2017 for an entry above these. The report also noted that the field for the guest’s particulars in that entry reads “Babasaheb Ambedkar Milind ,” with the last name illegible, and that the reporters could not at the time determine whom this entry referred to. This is the entry that Milind Pakhale has now come forward to say was made by him, and has since been manipulated. Pakhale’s police complaint states that he wrote the entry on 30 November 2014 to sign in Prakash Ambedkar, popularly known as Balasaheb Ambedkar, a former member of parliament and the grandson of BR Ambedkar. According to Pakhale, Ambedkar stays at Ravi Bhavan whenever he is in Nagpur. “I have frequently heard of the grave incident concerning Ravi Bhavan that occurred on 30-11-2014. On the same [day], on 30-11-2014, I had registered a room for my MP Shri Balasaheb Ambedkar in the guesthouse register,” the police complaint reads. “After Respected Balasaheb Ambedkar arrived at Ravi Bhavan on 30-11-2014, I had written with my own hand that the room was taken under his possession.” Pakhale states that in a copy he had procured of the relevant page of the register, “it appears that the check-in time has been recorded as 1.38 pm on 30-11-17 and checkout time has been recorded as 30-11-17 under my registration in the guesthouse register. I had registered in the guesthouse register on 30-11-2014, not on 30-11-2017. The aforementioned date 30.11.17 as it is written (the date 30.11.17) is not in my handwriting.” Pakhale does not claim that any part of his entry other than the dates has been altered. When contacted by The Caravan , Pakhale stood by all his statements in the complaint. He added, “By no imagination one can write the date in 2014 as [20]17.” The Caravan also contacted Prakash Ambedkar, who confirmed that he frequently stays at Ravi Bhavan when in Nagpur, and that his associates, including Pakhale, handle the required booking and registration procedures on his behalf. How an entry for a stay in 2014 could have come to show a date from 2017 remains unclear. It is highly unlikely that anyone in 2014 would, in good faith, enter a date three years in the future in an occupancy register. In this instance, there two instances of such unlikely dating—in both the check-in and check-out dates. By way of comparison, the chances of someone twice mistaking the year for 2020 when filling in a register at a hotel or guesthouse today are very slim. Other discrepancies in the register raise further questions over the possible manipulation of the document. In response to the RTI request, the Public Works Department released copies of 26 pages of the Ravi Bhawan occupancy register. None of these show a single blank entry—as would be expected in such a register, filled in sequentially, as all such registers are at hotels and guest houses, and used to record only the occupancy of accommodation, and not bookings and no-shows. The only blank entries in the 26 issued pages of the register appear on page 45, which includes Pakhale’s entry, and page 46, which includes entries for the two suites where Loya could have stayed while in Nagpur, where he had travelled with judicial colleagues to These are suites 10 and 20, registered, respectively, under the names of S Kulkarni and Smt Phansalkar-Joshi. The register identifies Kulkarni as a registrar of the Bombay High Court; in November 2014, a judge named Shrikant Kulkarni held that designation. The register identifies Phansalkar-Joshi as In the entry under Kulkarni’s name, the date of arrival shown is “30-11-14,” or 30 November 2014. Inspecting the entry closely, however, it appears that this date was earlier recorded as “30-12-14”—or stay and death—before the “12” was written over to make it “11.” Atul Dev is a staff writer at The Caravan. More From This Section

Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Viswa Vidyalaya, Aizawl Centre-in Angels March buatsaih

Saturday, December 23 2017

Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Viswa Vidyalaya, Aizawl Centre-in Angels March buatsaih

Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Viswa Vidyalaya, Aizawl Centre-in Angels March buatsaih By 10 views Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Viswa Vidyalaya, Aizawl Centre-in vawiin khan Aizawl khawpui chhungah Angels March an buatsaih a. Kawng zawhtute hi Raj Bhavan a\angin Larsap, Lt. Gen. Nirbhay Sharma-a’n a thlah liam a ni. Hemi puala inkhawm tawi, Raj Bhavan Multipurpose Hall-a neihah Larsap chuan, remna leh muanna leh inunauna \ha siam tura Brahma Kumaris thil tih chu lawmawm a tih thu a sawi a. Mizorama muanna duhawm tak chu, a chengte pawhin a hlutzia an hrethiam nia sawiin, hei hi mipuiten an chhawm nun chhoh zel a beisei tih a sawi.

Lawngtlai MHIP hruaituten Jail tangte Advance Christmas hmanpui

Saturday, December 23 2017

Lawngtlai MHIP hruaituten Jail tangte Advance Christmas hmanpui

Lawngtlai MHIP hruaituten Jail tangte Advance Christmas hmanpui By 8 views MHIP Lawngtlai Sub Hqrs. hruaituten vawiin khan Lawngtlai District Jail-a tangte tlawhin Advance Christmas an hmanpui. Lawngtlai District Jail-ah hian mi 24 an tang mek a, mipa vek an ni. Advance Christmas hmannna inkhawm, Jail hung chhunga neihah BCM Lawngtlai East bialtu Pastor, R. Lal\anpuia chuan Pathian thuchah a sawi a, misualte tlan tura chhandamtu lo piang chu mi tin ta tur a ni tih sawiin, Jail tangte chu krismas lo thleng turah hian anmahni chhandamtu Isua Krista chu hmuh ngei tum tur leh, an lo chhuah hunah nun thara Jail chhuahsan tum turin a chah a ni. He inkhawmah hian Jail tang zaipawlin hla an rem bawk a ni. He inkhawm hi MHIP Secretary, Pi H. Lalrinkimi’n a kaihruai a ni. Chawhnu lamah intihhlimna hun hman a ni a, zaithiamte an zai bakah lam thiamte an lam a, Counsellor, Pi Darbuangpuii chuan Jail tangte chu inpawlna a\anga natna kai theih, STI chungchang a hrilhfiah a, Jail Superintendent, Pu Lallianvuta’n Jail tangte tana MHIP-in Advance Christmas a buatsaih avangin lawmthu a sawi a ni.

No Vehicle Zone siam a nih avangin Bazar a lun phah

Saturday, December 23 2017

No Vehicle Zone siam a nih avangin Bazar a lun phah

No Vehicle Zone siam a nih avangin Bazar a lun phah By 9 views Aizawl Bazarpui enkawltu, Commerce and Industries Department hnuaia Commerce Wing hotute chuan, vawiina No Vehicle Zone siam a nih avang hian Bazar a lun phah deuh nia an hriat thu an sawi a. Nikum khan sorkar laipuiin pawisa Note lian a tihhlum avangin kum dang zawng aiin Bazar a thawl deuh a, kuminah erawh chuan harsatna dang a awm loh avangin Bazar-a kal mipui pawh an tam deuh nia an hriat thu leh Bazar hi a lun viau nachungin, kum dang zawng aiin thil bo leh harsatna tawk report an dawng tlem zawk niin an sawi a, a khat tawkin Bazara kal mipuite chu aurinna hmangin fimkhur tura an chah \hin thu leh Bazar chhung hmun 3-ah Police an Duty chuan nasa takin an hnathawh a \anpui niin an sawi. Sumdawngte pawhin, inhralh tam lutuk lo mah se, nikum lam ai chuan tlemin inhralh a nuam deuh zawk niin an sawi hlawm a ni. Krismas leh kumthar vuakvetah mipuiten thlamuang taka chakkhai an lam theih nan Aizawl SP ruahman angin December ni 13 a\ang khan Aizawl Bazar chhung hmun lun lai 3 – Dawrpui Taxi Stand, Power House piaha Pu V. Lalliana Building bul leh Bazar chhung High Mass bulah Police Temporary Help Desk siam a ni a. Hmun hrang hranga Police Duty-te chuan, anmahni hruaitu, an chhungte nena inhloh naupang bo leh pawisa leh Bag tibo an awm zeuh zeuh tih loh chu mipui lam a\angin harsatna an dawng mang lo tih an sawi.

Book Review: The Lucknow Cookbook by Chand Sur and Sunita Kohli

Sunday, December 24 2017

Book Review: The Lucknow Cookbook by Chand Sur and Sunita Kohli

Price: Rs. 499/- ( I got the book for review from the publisher ) Behind the Book Lucknow’s famous Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb—a melding together of influences—is seen in its art, architecture, dance and music. But nowhere is this tehzeeb better represented than in its food, redolent with the tastes of Turkey, Persia and Afghanistan, and infused with the flavours of Sindhi, Parsi, Punjabi, Nawabi, Mughlai and British food. When Sunita Kohli’s parents, Chand and Inder Prakash Sur, first settled in Lucknow after having to leave Lahore following Partition, they brought with them only the memories of home. In The Lucknow Cookbook Sunita Kohli and Chand Sur bring together the taste and smells of home in these 150 well-loved dishes from their kitchens and from the kitchens of family and friends. These delectable kebabs and soups, biryanis, pulaos and raitas, mutton, chicken and fish dishes, paranthas and rotis, vegetables, sweets and puddings, cocktail snacks, chutneys and pickles are a taste of the fabled Lucknowi tradition of hospitality. A celebration of the tehzeeb of Lucknow as well as its nazaakat ( elegance ) the book is also a portrait of the city and its storied history. About the Author CHAND SUR was born in 1925 in Bahawalpur, Undivided Punjab, and brought up in Quetta. She is an inventive cook who places great emphasis on nutritious and healthy meals. Her lunch, dinner and tea parties are legendary. She has passed on her love of cooking to her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. A voracious reader and an adventurous traveller Chand is deeply interested in other cultures and people. SUNITA KOHLI is an interior designer, a reputed leader in historical interior architectural restoration and, since 1972, a manufacturer of fine contemporary and classical furniture. She is the first interior designer to be conferred the Padma Shri in 1992. She developed a passion for cooking from her mother and enjoys trying new recipes. Widely travelled, Sunita brings influences from different cultures into her architecture as well as her cooking. With a mouth watering cover like this, the foodie in me couldn't wait to delve into this treasure trove of recipes the moment I received the book. Like I have mentioned in my previous reviews, I love stories that revolve around food and the secret recipes that go around the family for centuries. Such books always make me feel as if I am a part of an insider circle, a part of the family now. This book was no different. It starts with a heartwarming narrative which talks about the backdrop including the Partition, the movement of people across the borders for relocation and the memories they brought along. Those memories also included recipes and traditions. Gradually it all amalgamated into one large thing called India now. Accompanied with black and white pictures, this introduction moved me. It is so touching to see how cultures merged and people strive to adapt. I loved the letters shared, known for my love of letters , the ones shared in the book are like a window to a different world altogether. Mysterious, captivating, loving and private, that world is inviting as the author tries to recreate that time in her words. Neatly divided into different segments like mutton, chicken, potatoes, kebabs, desserts etc the book proceeds to share the various recipes of the famous Lucknowi cuisine. With large photographs next to the next, these delicacies can easily be called an appetizing read. If the names are not enough to tempt, I would strongly recommend you flip through these pictures. They are sure to tickle your taste buds and make you want to gorge on them right now! I enjoyed the simplicity in each one of them not only in language but also in steps so that a novice like me can also follow them easily. The complicated methods have been broken down into smaller steps just for the sake of clarity and to avoid confusion. Some known, some completely unknown these recipes are a delight. I can't wait to try some of them like steamed yoghurt (dessert), Aamras aur aloo ka salan, Aam Salai (dessert) and anaar ka raita. This is a perfect gift during this festive season for someone who not only enjoys cooking but also for someone like me who loves knowing about other cultures and food traditions, apart from eating those yummy delicacies! A recommended read, for all the good, aromatic and delicious reasons. Foodie Verdict

Movie Review: Tiger Zinda Hai is a high-octane masala entertainer

Friday, December 22 2017

Movie Review: Tiger Zinda Hai is a high-octane masala entertainer

Movie Review: Tiger Zinda Hai is a high-octane masala entertainer Review by Bollywood Hungama News Network 22 December 2017 12:41 pm IST 4.5 The festive season and the year-end is around the corner and it’s usually a time when a big, event film hits the theatres. This year it’s the turn of Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer TIGER ZINDA HAI and it has a lot of factors going in its favour. Apart from being the sequel of the blockbuster EK THA TIGER [2012], the film boasts of an excellent star cast, slick, action-packed trailer and chartbuster music. So does the year end on a high with TIGER ZINDA HAI? Or does the film disappoint? Let’s analyse. TIGER ZINDA HAI is the story of an Indian and Pakistani spy coming together for a greater cause. Tiger (Salman Khan) and Zoya (Katrina Kaif) escape from the clutches of ISI and RAW and then they start living an idyllic life somewhere in the snow-covered ranges of Europe. Meanwhile in Ikrit, Iraq, Abu Usman (Sajjad Delafrooz) emerges as the head of ISC which turns into the world’s richest and the most dangerous terrorist organization. The Americans are angry and they launch an attack on Abu and his convoy, and it injures Abu. At the same time, a group of 40 nurses – 25 Indian and 15 Pakistani – are heading to the hospital where they work. Abu’s men force the nurses to take an injured Abu with them for immediate treatment. They also take over the hospital and keep the nurses as hostage. The Americans then decide to launch an airstrike on the hospital within 7 days. Hence, the Indians have just a week to rescue the nurses. Infiltrating into the high security ISC region is next to impossible. The senior officer of RAW, Shenoy (Girish Karnad) suggests that Tiger should be called in as he’s the only one who can successfully complete this mission. Tiger is found and he takes up the job. How Tiger manages to infiltrate the ISC area and rescue the nurses forms the rest of the film. TIGER ZINDA HAI begins on an engaging note with the sequence of James Forward (Tyler Gowardhan). It very well establishes the terror unleashed by Abu Usman. Tiger’s entry as expected is clapworthy and will be greeted with seetis and taalis . The entire wolf sequence is akin to international standards and it truly makes you feel that Hindi cinema has indeed come of age. An unexpected bit in the film is of the marital problems faced by Tiger and Zoya. Of course, the fun enhances once Tiger reaches Iraq and makes a plan to get to the hospital. The introduction of Firdaus (Paresh Rawal) adds to the fun. The market sequence before the intermission point is quite extended but also highly entertaining. The fun continues in the second half but the pace drops a bit here. Also, the film gets a bit unconvincing which could have been avoided. Tiger and his team didn’t seem that injured that they had to be rushed to the hospital – they could have been easily treated in the refinery itself. Perhaps the makers should have shown them extremely wounded maybe. Moreover, the manner in which Zoya and Firdous convince the Americans to side with them and also Zoya commanding the Americans is difficult to digest. The narrative gets scattered in the middle, however the film picks pace in the last 30 minutes. But thankfully, the positive outweigh the negatives easily. The climax is again quite lengthy but it’s brilliantly done and gives audiences their money’s worth. Neelesh Misra and Ali Abbas Zafar’s story is a great blend of emotions, action, romance, humour and also patriotism. At the same time, it serves as a nice, organic sequel to EK THA TIGER and that’s definitely praiseworthy. Ali Abbas Zafar’s screenplay is highly engaging. Ali Abbas Zafar’s dialogues are simple but highly effective. The English dialogues are used at a lot of places but again, these are simple ones and the scenes are scripted and directed in such a way that even if one doesn’t understand English well or reads the subtitles, one can still comprehend what’s going on. Ali Abbas Zafar’s direction has a mass appeal and at the same time, he ensures that the film looks like a class product. He establishes the world and characters in no time and gets going with the story instantly. The romantic bit between Tiger and Zoya is also well depicted. One of the most interesting aspects is the entire India-Pakistan angle and it’s sure to leave audiences smiling and even in tears at some places. A very brilliant message of peace is given in this flick and that’s sure to be appreciated! A post shared by Bollywood Hungama???? (@realbollywoodhungama) on Dec 21, 2017 at 11:09pm PST Talking of performances, Salman Khan delivers a terrific performance yet again. Salman is the lifeline, the real treasure of Tiger Zinda Hai. He sinks his teeth into the character and, in several sequences, peels off the mask of superstardom and brings the actor to the fore. At many places, he underplays his part which goes very well with his spy act. Also, his interaction with his family is a delight to watch. Salman disappointed audiences in TUBELIGHT but in TIGER ZINDA HAI, he compensates for it very well and audiences are sure to enjoy his performance. Katrina Kaif thankfully is not an arm candy. She has a very crucial part and even she gets to be a part of clapworthy action scenes! She looks like a million bucks in the song ‘Dil Diyan Gallan’ and also seems quite cool in the action avatar. Sajjad Delafrooz pitches in a remarkable performance and plays his villainous part very well. The film would not have been half as successful if he had given a shaky performance. His face, body language and poise give a clear message that he means business. Watch his confrontations with Salman - the good versus evil clash is truly brilliant. Paresh Rawal is terrific and he’s sure to be remembered for a long time for his performance. He also contributes to the laughter quotient. Angad Bedi (Navin) is fine and shows his worth in the climax scene. Kumud Mishra (Rakesh) essays an interesting character with élan. Paresh Pahuja (Azaan Akbar) leaves a mark despite lesser screen time. Child actors Jineet Rath (Hassan) and Sartaaj Kakkar (Junior) have important parts to play and do very well. Girish Karnad is as usual while Anant Vidhaat (Karan), who did a good job in SULTAN, gives a credible performance. Anupriya Goenkar (Poorna) gets the most scope among the nurses and she shines. The rest of the characters do a fine job. Tiger Zinda Hai has several strengths: An engaging storyline as well as an enthralling screenplay that’s powered with clap-trap dialogue. 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