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Its president,folks like you get US taxpayers to pay for people like us. or someone lesser?” asks the 25-year-old filmmaker In many ways the film is accidental says Jain who divides his time between Delhi and the US It started as a mid-term project at the California Institute of the Arts where he was studying filmmaking The subject draws from childhood memories of visits to his grandfather’s textile factory “The perspective of a child is motivated by height But as an adult the perspective is moved by depth because the world is made for adults I remembered the sensorial feelings triggered from the coal bleach and the machines in the factory I went back to deal with those things recreate that But this time the people fascinated me more” says Jain The documentary focuses a lot on the faces and hands of the workers The testimonies and voices are kept to a minimum This says the filmmaker was intentional as “the human body evokes empathy” “Each scar mole and contour on a face can tell you a story When you see these people outside it is easy to look away In the film I am trying to make you look” Jain admits that the film was made to quell his (“someone who sits in the ivory tower”) curiosity to find out what life is on ‘the other side’ Through the film Jain evokes a simple yet pertinent question: Is it exploitation only when it is against someone’s will Or does paying a frugal amount for extensive labour also count as exploitation To the Indian audience however Machines does not show an unexplored unseen world But Jain says that is precisely the intention of the film “Just because it is happening all around you does not mean it is not important We don’t have to become desensitised to exploitation because it is rampant” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 29 2017 5:39 pm Baahubali: The Conclusion is just a day away from release Top News Baahubali: The Conclusion was a spectacle and the question that has been plaguing the audience the last two years – Why Kattappa Killed Baahubali has been answered Across the world people have watched the film and are discussing the movie to bits resulting in spoilers everywhere But what can you expect It was a question that many wanted answered So here we are telling you why Kattappa killed Baahubali Indianexpresscom posted this question a couple of days back to the fans and the following are some of the theories that we got Well guess what One of them has got it right In fact the individual has got the details down to perfection almost he/she watched it before penning this down Can you guess which one People on social media are not so reticent A message which is going viral has this to say about the reason behind why Kattappa killed Baahubali “Baahubali seen… leaked from Dubai premier… kattappa stabbed Baahubali to protect him from curse of goddess Maheshwari to turn into a stone statue in the battlefield… and he was alive… it’s a suspense… good watch…” Indianexpresscom cannot independently confirm the veracity of this message ? Thank you for the unconditional love #Baahubali2 #BaahubaliMania pictwittercom/OwOzaVTjtg — Baahubali (@BaahubaliMovie) April 26 2017 Meanwhile there are many fan theories which may have come very close to the truth In fact even SS Rajamouli accepted as much recently Here are some of the fan theories floating around… Kattappa killed Baahubali because Bhallaladeva asked him to Baahubali stood against his kingdom to marry Devasena so he left Mahishmati and seeing this as a threat the newly appointed King Bhallaladeva wanted him dead Kattappa killed Baahubali because it was his duty to secure the king of Mahishmati and he ia a slave of the throne as he said in Baahubali 1 Was Devasena the reason The real reason is Bhallala’s wifeShe turned Mahishmati and Sivagami against Baahubali and Devasena who left the kingdom Once Bhallala becomes king he orders Kattappa a loyal servant of throne to kill Baahubali Did Sivagami play a role in Baahubali’s death Kattappa (played by Sathyaraj) is loyal army chief of Mahishmati kingdom Kattappa’s ancestors have sworn to obey the orders of the Mahishmati king Not just Kattappa but everyone born in this kingdom be it his ancestors or the generations that would follow are meant to serve the Mahishmati royals Once Baahubali becomes the emperor of the kingdom he falls in love with certain Devasena (played by Anushka Shetty) The twist in the tale is that Bhallaladeva (played by Rana Daggubati) is also in love with Devasena According to the instructions of Rajmata Shivagami (played by Ramya Krishnan) whoever marries Devasena will have to leave the empire and will be exiled Baahubali agrees to this condition and decides to marry Devasena and leave Mahishmati kingdomSo Bhallaladeva becomes the king and orders Kattappa to kill Bahubali Also read |Baahubali 2 first review out from UAE and the critic is awed byeverything What role does ‘Antaryudh’ play Sivagami confesses her sins in the first part Was the sin Baahubali’s killing In Baahubali 2’s trailer a shocked Sivagami says ‘Antaryudh’ or civil war Did she get get Baahubali killed to avoid this ‘Antaryudh’ and later realised that she was wrong Baahubali died so that Shiva can live Kattappa killed Bahubali because Bhalladeva gave Kattapa two choices — either save Shiva and Devasena or save Baahubali So kattapa decided to save Baahubali’s son as the future of Mahishmati Also read |Baahubali 2 box office collection breaks Dangal record with 1 million online tickets sold in 24hours Baahubali is still alive Baahubali is still alive and will be revealed in Baahubali 2 Many believe that Baahubali was kidnapped by Bhallaladeva or is in hiding somewhere and will reveal himself at an opportune time Did Baahubali ask Kattappa to kill him “Amrendra Baahubali yaani mai Mahishmati Ke Asankhya Prajaa Aur Unke Dhan Maan Aur Praan Ki Raksha Karunga Aur Iske liye Apne Praano Ki Aahuti Bhi Deni Pade Toh Mai Piche Nahi Hatunga” is Baahubali’s oath Did he ask Kattappa to kill him for Mahishmati’s sake or to avoid an internal war But as proof of plain common sense this theory takes our breath away… If Kattappa hadn’t killed Baahubali how would have Rajamouli made Baahubali 2 Read | Sometheories that are sure to tickle your funny bone Professional horse riding vs King “Katappa wanted Bahubali to be the King But much like the youngsters back in the older days Bahubali wanted to break the trend and become a professional horse rider (equivalent to cricket in current times) As Bahubali’s focus shifted to Horse riding his academic pursuits to become king started falling One day Kattappa saw him admiring horse pictures inside the dry leaf books that had theory on Kingship Katappa lost his cool and kicked Bahubali out of the palace Bahubali then mobilised princes of other kingdoms who wanted to break traditional forms of livelihood Ie be the king and pursue their dreams such as horse riding tree jumping archery etc This revolution went to an extent that katappas position was in danger Like any appa kattappa also went to convince Bahubali for one final time to give up But it lead to fist fight that got violent leading to katappa stabbing poor Bahu The END” Engineering vs medicine “Actually hamara pyara kattappa karna chahta tha medical lekin bahubali ne karwaya engineering 4 saal tak apna ghiswata raha hamara nanha kattappa?phir kya placement ke din bahubali ko bulaya aur usko hi permanent placement de diya” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shweta Hingorani | Published: February 11 2016 12:00 am Supreme Court Related News The tough stance adopted by a Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice TS Thakur while hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) challenging the allocation of 4G spectrum to Reliance Jio in January is highly welcome The PIL had been filed by the Centre for Public Interest Litigation (CPIL) an NGO closely associated with lawyer Prashant Bhushan Quizzing the manner in which the CPIL took up PILs the court reportedly voiced its concerns on the NGO becoming a “proxy litigant” and “a front for settling corporate rivalry or personal vendetta” Bhushan sought to address these concerns by asserting the CPIL had among its founder-members legal luminaries like Fali S Nariman and that it had in place a scrutiny mechanism to verify the veracity of each complaint and the public interest involved However Nariman denied any role in vetting PILs filed by the CPIL These events have once again brought into focus the debate on the proper role of the PIL in the legal system The first PIL Hussainara Khatoon vs State of Bihar was filed in 1979 on the basis of reports highlighting the pitiable conditions of prisoners awaiting trial for long periods This case led to the immediate release of about 40000 prisoners and was the first action by public-spirited individuals entertained by the SC to protect the fundamental rights of unrelated disadvantaged and vulnerable sections Since then the jurisprudence of the PIL has been developed through the collective efforts of concerned citizens and a responsive judiciary Today it constitutes a formidable tool to protect the rights of those lacking access to justice Over the years the scope of the PIL has been expanded to include matters that might well affect the public at large (“diffuse or collective rights”) but don’t necessarily relate to the realisation of human rights of the poor disabled and marginalised Such collective rights could ordinarily have been litigated as class action or representative action under the Indian civil procedure code In fact PIL is often confused with class action overlooking the fact that the PIL is founded on constitutional provisions enabling the judiciary to depart from its traditional role of adjudication along with the concomitant checks and balances To illustrate in a PIL in contrast to a class-action suit the court may be flexible in its application of procedural law and go beyond the legal issues raised to assume new roles such as that of an ombudsman a legislator and a monitor This is because PIL is essentially meant as a remedial jurisprudence for those who can’t approach the court on account of poverty or some other disability Had the scope of the PIL been confined to serve its original purpose most of the difficulties faced by the court in checking its misuse wouldn’t have arisen The SC wouldn’t have been concerned with issues for instance of whether the CPIL was a perpetual litigant whether the PILs had been scrutinised etc Rather all that the court would have seen was whether the subject matter of the PIL at hand was one that fit the purpose for which the PIL had been conceived Of late the SC and high courts appear to be mindful of the distinction between PIL for the poor and disabled and PIL relating to diffuse or collective rights and are more cautious when entertaining the latter This is certainly a positive trend that will promote judicial restraint particularly given that in PIL cases the court is not subject to the traditional safeguards on judicial role Reiterating the judiciary’s commitment to reform Justice TS Thakur (as he then was) while delivering the Kapila Hingorani Memorial Lecture 2015 stated that the attention being given by the judiciary to PILs was not reflective of it being too ambitious or of its desire to take over governance but of the necessity of the situation Similarly Justice JS Khehar who delivered the 2016 lecture asserted that the correct standard for taking up any PIL was whether all the stakeholders agreed to the same thereby emphasising the non-adversarial and collaborative nature of the PIL It is indeed time that the PIL was reclaimed for its original constituents by limiting it to matters concerning the protection of fundamental rights of the disadvantaged and underprivileged This would help restore the legitimacy and efficacy not only of the PIL as a means of providing access to justice to the poorest of the poor but also of the judiciary as an institution The writer a lawyer is trustee Kapila and Nirmal Hingorani Foundation For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kanchan Vasdev | Chandigarh | Published: August 15 2017 6:10 am The Congress is yet to finalist its candidate for the bypoll (Photo: Google Maps) Top News With Lok Sabha bypoll on mind Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh is likely to announce development projects for Gurdaspur where he will be unfurling the Tricolour on occasion of Independence Day on Tuesday The Congress is yet to finalist its candidate for the bypoll Gurdaspur Lok Sabha seat fell vacant on April 27 the day MP Vinod Khanna passed away According to rules the bypoll has to take place within six months of the seat falling vacant As Amarinder strategically decided to address the state-level function on Independence Day in Gurdaspur the government sought a list of development projects required to be started in the area The MLAs have already submitted lists from their respective Assembly segments For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top News54 million) to bolster their squad over the summer but are targeting two more signings before the transfer window shuts, Koeman is keen to add more depth in defence and attack.P.

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I cudnt have done this without you? @filmfare pictwittercom/lW9r0sOAPi — Sooraj Pancholi (@soorajpancholi9) January 16 2016 The event saw actress Bhumi Pednekar bag the Best Debut (Female) for her film “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” Ranveer Singh won the Best Actor Award for his role as 18th century Maratha Peshwa Bajirao I in “Bajirao Mastani” while Deepika Padukone grabbed the Best Actress Award for her role of a doting daughter in “Piku” Kangana Ranaut won the Critics’ Choice Best Actor (Female) Award for “Tanu Weds Manu Returns” and megastar Amitabh Bachchan won the Critics’ Choice Best Actor (Male) award for “Piku” “Time is short…so Best Actor Critics’ at Filmfare for ‘Piku’…happy and content” tweeted Amitabh (PHOTOS :Salman Deepika Ranveer Sonam Rekha Amitabh Bachchan shine at red carpet) The Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Female) honour went to Priyanka Chopra for “Bajirao Mastani” while Anil Kapoor took home the Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male) Award for “Dil Dhadakne Do” The elegant and evergreen Moushumi Chatterjee was decorated with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the gala where “Bajirao Mastani” was named the Best Film and Sanjay Leela Bhansali received the Best Director award for the historical period drama The Best Music Award went to Ankit Tiwari Meet Bros Anjjan and Amaal Mallik for the film “Roy” while Irshad Kamil bagged Best Lyrics Award for the track “Agar tum saath ho” from the film “Tamasha” Arijit Singh lifted the Best Playback Singer (Male) Award for his song “Sooraj dooba” in the film “Roy” and the Best Playback Singer (Female) went to Shreya Ghoshal for the track “Deewani mastani” in the film “Bajirao Mastani” In the Critics’ Choice category the Best Film award was received by “Piku” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Eastbourne | Published: June 23 2016 5:07 am Johanna Konta became the first British woman to get a seed at WImbledon since 1984 (Source: Reuters) Top News Britain’s Johanna Konta overwhelmed twice Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova at the Aegon International on Wednesday showing off her grasscourt credentials in an impressive display Konta the 11th seed let slip a 5-2 lead in the opening set but stormed back to win 5-7 6-4 6-0 on centre court by the seaside on England’s Sussex coast Having steadied herself to win the second set Konta breezed through the decider as fifth seed Kvitova wearing a strapping on her left thigh faded The 25-year-old will play either Andrea Petkovic or Ekaterina Makarova in the quarter-finals Their match was not completed on Wednesday when rain arrived late in the day “Both of us were playing at a really good level in parts and struggling to keep that up in others” British number one Konta said “I think I just managed to string a few points together” Top seed Agnieszka Radwanska runner-up last year reached the quarter-finals with a 6-3 6-3 defeat of Eugenie Bouchard and will face Dominika Cibulkova next For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: May 12 2016 6:32 pm Mohan Babu released his book titled “Best Dialogues” at a ceremony held at British Parliament Related News Telugu superstar Mohan Babu released his book titled “Best Dialogues” at a ceremony held at British Parliament in the presence of senior politicians and prominent Indian community leaders The event was organised by Asian Lite a prominent newspaper for the Indian community in Britain as part of their 10th anniversary celebrations Mohan Babu popularly known as the Dialogue King of Telugu cinema was honoured with Pranam Award by the newspaper for his contribution to Indian cinema Bob Blackman Conservative MP from Harrow East and Virendra Sharma Labour MP from Southall jointly presented the award to the 66-year-old actor In the past Lord Meghnad Desai Baroness Shreela Flather Sanskrit scholar Nanda Kumara entrepreneur T Ramachandran Philanthropist Rami Ranger rights activist Zerbanoo Gifford and BBC former sports editor Mihir Bose have been felicitated with the honour Read More The “Best Dialogues” contains the southern star’s popular dialogues from hit movies in his four decade long career The actor who has been a part of more than five hundered feature films as the lead actor was accompanied by his wife Nirmala sons Manchu Vishnu Manchu Manoj and daughter Manchu Lakshmi Representatives from various Telugu and Indian organisations were also present at the occasion Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News

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