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who lost 5-0 to India at home recently, Akila Dananjaya, have not played a full international since a 0-0 draw with Yemen in a World Cup qualifier in March 2015. 2017 2:43 pm PFF will not get any benefits from FIFA development and training programmes. The players for the league have been registered on the official website http://s. “The winning team will be awarded with a cash prize of Rs 2. releasing on April 21, Shabana is gearing up for the release of her forthcoming film Sonata.

By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: April 12 2017 1:34 pm Aparna Sen do not believe in sending out conscious messages through her films. Top News Veteran actor and filmmaker Aparna Sen who has made path-breaking films like 36 Chowringhee Lane and Mr and Mrs Iyer is ready with her next project — Sonata a psychological exploration of three unmarried women facing mid-life crises And despite the weighty subjects she chooses for her films Sen says she never makes films to propagate social messages — the medium for her is not a preacher’s pulpit “I make films about human beings that may have entertainment value or not depending on the story I don’t believe in sending out conscious ‘messages’ as a film is not a preacher’s pulpit” Sen told IANS in an email interview from Kolkata She however feels that “all human beings have their own politics — whether they are conscious of it or not” “This politics is bound to be reflected in the work of a serious filmmaker When I make a film I try to tell a human story to the best of my ability I do not set out either to preach messages or purely to entertain” added the veteran Sen’s latest directorial venture releasing on April 21 is adapted from the play Sonata by Mahesh Elkunchwar Also read |Transgenders becoming reality: Aparna Sen The film talks about the life of three unmarried women friends — Aruna Chaturvedi (professor) Dolon Sen (banker) and Subhadra Parekh (journalist) played by Sen Shabana Azmi and Lillete Dubey respectively — facing mid-life crises As a takeaway the National Award winner hopes people connect with the “warmth and understanding between the friends” from the film Sen said Sonata appealed to her so much as a play that she decided to make it into a film “When I set out to film it I followed the play more or less I didn’t need to draw from anywhere else In any case Indian society is not a homogenous entity It is rich in its diversity” Sen said when asked if the film has taken reference from society Hence the two new characters that I introduced — a maid (Ramabai) and a transgender woman (Meera Rao) who is a friend of the protagonists — are both drawn from Indian society” she added Also read |Sonata trailer: Shabana Azmi Aparna Sen Lillete Dubey show the other side of mid life crisis Watch video Talking about working with Shabana again Sen said: “Our journey together has been one of mutual trust and respect Even though ‘Sati’ my first film with her did not do well commercially she never lost her faith in me as a director and worked with me again in my telefilm ‘Picnic’ and then again many years later in my feature film ’15 Park Avenue’ and now ‘Sonata’ “Now she says that she would like to work in every single film of mine As for me I respect her hugely as an actor that I can always depend on and even more so as a socially conscious human being” The mother of actress Konkona Sen Sharma is known for portraying women in strong roles in her films Does she feel women have acquired better and more meaningful projection in Bollywood movies now “Not so much in mainstream cinema where the heroes still dominate But there have been quite a few films with women as protagonists lately such as ‘Pink’ or ‘Gulaab Gang’ or ‘Godmother’ or ‘Neerja’ which have been appreciated by the audience” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News” Imagine a hate crimes manual for the Indian police force. a young African-Norwegian was knifed to death in Oslo by two neo-Nazis. N S Kalsi, Mohan Lal Gupta, both residents of Amritsar district. Gurcharan Singh also carried the same amount of heroin. her upcoming films for 2017 and 2018: Katrina Kaif’s movie list till 2017: Boom (2003) Malliswari (2004) Sarkar ( 2005) Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya? Her next film Jagga Jasoos co-starring Ranbir Kapoor will release on July 14.

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