“This too will pass,” said my husband, after reading the daily tally of COVID-19 in the newspaper. We discussed the impact of the pandemic on our lives and those around us, feeling privileged to have a roof over our heads, daily meals and savings to see us through. … [Read more...] about The forced pause is a time for redemption
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Japan’s second wave of virus cases has been tailing off in recent weeks, with about 500 new infections reported Sept. 9, about a third of levels seen a month earlier. The economic effects have been dire, with the country experiencing its worst contraction on record in the April-June quarter. … [Read more...] about Japanese minister Kono says he’s expecting October polls
Actor Anissh, who is currently busy with his upcoming film Ramarjuna that he is directing as well, is a movie buff. The actor talks about his five favourite films on #QuickTakesWithBangaloreTimes: 1. A: Directed by Upendra, this film shows you how you can work with a particular subject and show it realistically. This film has songs that became like an anthem for its audience, such was the popularity of the film. 2. Putnanja: The way this film captures Kannada culture is amazing. Moreover, the combination of Umashree madam and Ravi sir was bonanza. There are beautiful songs by Hamsalekha sir. This film has inspired me a lot although I didn't watch it in the theatres; when it did screen on television the whole family watched and enjoyed it. 3. Jogi: Directed by Prem sir, this film stars Shivarajkumar. The first week that it was released, I saw this film 4-5 times. The way Prem sir has captured motherly love and sentiment in this film is amazing, and add to that Shivanna's acting and … [Read more...] about Anissh talks about his five favourite movies of all time
— James Bond (@007) 1599130800000 The makers of the spy-thriller also dropped intriguing poster days back, featuring the 'Man on a mission,' Crag all suited up with a gun in his hand with a tough look on his face. The poster that featured a suave Craig was dropped on the Instagram account of James Bond.The action flick is all set to drop in the United Kingdom and the US on November 12 and November 20 respectively. The worldwide release dates will follow after UK and USA releases. 'No Time to Die' will be released in India in four languages. The studios are eyeing for a November 2020 release in India, however, it is subject to the reopening of cinemas. … [Read more...] about New trailer of Daniel Craig starrer ‘No Time To Die’ is out!
In the times of biopic, a biographical drama with a fictionalised narrative is catching the attention of theatre going audiences. The ninth show of Hero Alom, a play based on the life of social media sensation and popular Bangladeshi model Ashraful Alom Saeed, written and directed by NSD alumnus Mahesh Ruprao Ghodeswar was staged in Ahmedabad at an intimate space recently. The rags to riches masala entertainer and an ode to Bollywood helmed by Gujarati movie Ka rsandas Pay and Use fame Hemang Shah in the lead role shatters general notions of beauty and succeeds in help you experience the navrasa. The musical dance drama for those above the age of 16 breaks the fourth wall in theatre as soon as Hemang enters the opening scene and delivers a power packed monologue of angst blasting those making memes on Alom for his ‘non-actor’ looks. The director uses the flashback technique to bring alive the life of Alom on stage from the time he was 10-year-old and abandoned with his … [Read more...] about Play review: Hero Alom makes you feel the thrill of watching a movie on stage