Sunjay Dutt's verdict may have been out but it's just the start of a funny battle in the political arena over his verdit.
The Shiv Sena has always maintained Dutt is not a terrorist and supported him. Hence they were elated when Dutt was not convicted under TADA. But the BJP is quite vocal in its disapproval. They say this would be a factpr in their election agenda. So much for allies.
It takes a funnier turn as the Dutt household is very closely associated with the Congress, both Late Sunil Dutt and Priya Dutt being MPs from the party.
It would be interesting to see how Shiv Sena and the BJP sets right what could be a chaotic situation as the election approaches.
You better get click fast and without Salman seeing you…if he sees you his dogs will be set at you and they will take of 10 pounds per bite from your body. Well I am talking about the new game Puppy razzi that Salman has inaugurated and people can play it on Zapak. Com, a segment of Reliance Etertainment. Salman has tied up with Zapak.com, which is stated as the largest online gaming company in the country to conceptualize games. Salman said there are more games coming up, on the lines of action, romance etc. Stating that gaming is the next big industry, COO of Zapak Rohit Sharma said that the site would have a revenue model based on advertisements and would later shift to revenue from downloads and subscriptions.
Manju Borah's Joymoti was screened at the IFFI yesterday following other inaugaral films.
Joymoti is new version of the first assamese film by the same name directed by the Jyoti Prasad Agarwala, which was released 70 years ago. However, there are changes from the original film and also from play Joymoti Kuwori by Lakshminath Bezbaruah.
This film, stated to be of international standards, captures Asom's scenery and also the politics of the period. The film is shot in cinemascops and Digital Dolby sound is used, making it the first assamese film to do so. Neeta Basumatery has enacted the role of Joymoti in the new film. The original film had Aideu Handique as Joymoti.
The IFFI was inagaurated day before yesterday i.e. November 23. The first film to be screened was Volver, by Spanish filmmaker Padro Almodovar.
UlFA's claim that ONGC and other such companies have been draining resources from Asom and never contributed much to the state's develpoment is quite an interesting. An organisation which should be given credit to shooing away investment in the state coming up with such accusations is indeed like looking down upon the intelligence of the citizens of the state.
The ULFA which managed to lose all its support - which was substantial in the initial days -by starting extortion from the tea-planters (Rs 1 per kilo of tea) could be refered as Asom's worst enemy. It would have been better to see them fight against the Bangladeshi influx rather than Indians.
Lets join hands in saying "Down with the ULFA!"...or if they really want to be a respected fight against the ills of the state and society...