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700 students are scheduled to come on Thursday.Sector 3 on Monday. millions billions, bloodless version of that time.The long-winded disclaimers in Hindi and English before the film begins tell us firmly that it is all a figment of the filmmaker’s imagination: how are we to take what follows seriously Then it becomes a case of looking for those intermittent moments which catch the flavor of the events as they unfold (the bulldozers at Turkman Gate the dreaded raids to corral all males in sight to fulfill ‘nasbandi’ targets and so on) leading to some drama which Bhandarkar has been capable of creating in his better films (Page 3 and the under-rated Satta) Just as Kissa Kursi Ka could only be made when the Janata government came to power Indu Sarkar is clearly a gift of this political dispensation Even so it has had to make its way to a release via a chorus of Congress party protests and after getting a pass from the Supreme Court Indu Sarkar is set during the Emergency and shows us the horrific violation of freedom put into motion by then prime minister Indira Gandhi aided and abetted by her younger son Sanjay: insiders say he coerced her into a declaration because if the formidable Mrs G had a weakness it was Sanjay The forced sterilization (nasbandi) the breaking up of ‘jhuggi-jhompris’ the sweeping up and arrest of all those in opposition and the entire system being suborned and subverted: it’s all there A better film could have unpacked the horrors better Indu Sarkar doesn’t break fresh ground even as it does bring alive some of the most disturbing aspects of the time And we relive it even as we cringe at the heavy melodrama and the over-simplification of many of the issues the film raises The smartest thing about the film is its name Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi was also known as Indu (only a favoured few could address her thus) First name Indu surname Sarkar (Kirti Kulhari) is an ordinary Indian woman with extraordinary courage and tenacity Only because she’s called Indu do we never forget that other Indu aka Indira who hovers about the film but remains She Who Shall Not Be Named even though there are dramatic dialogues about ‘ma’ and ‘beta’ and ‘ghulami’ Son Sanjay Gandhi is also not named but called comically Chief Neil Nitin Mukesh makes a meal of the part The resemblance of the actor to the person is eerie: the pushed back hair the thick rimmed glasses and that thin smile instantly make you remember the man who was the power behind the throne His coterie is also immediately familiar: the woman in the ‘goggles’ and the saris looks a lot like the real life Rukhsana Sultana and the actor playing Jagdish Tytler nails that distinctive beard Being forced into hiding fact and passing it off as fiction weakens the film Indu has an interesting back story and her romance and marriage with an ambitious civil servant the very sarkaari Sarkar (Tota Roy Chowdhury) is a nice early diversion Indu is both an insider and outsider Her husband is the most vocal votary of the emergency and she slowly but surely sees the other side of the rosy picture that the government wants painted But here’s the thing: how can you make a film on the Emergency without calling Indira and Sanjay by their names That’s exactly the way Shoojit Sircar’s 2013 film Madras Café gave us an entire film on the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi without once giving us his name Kulhari works hard at getting into her character and her earnestness is a good fit But she’s made to do too much and the others around her too little Some balance and a sharper perspective would have made Indu Sarkar the what-happened-during-the-Emergency-film for this generation For that I’d suggest you reach out for Sudhir Mishra’s hard-hitting 2005 film Hazaaron Khwahishein Aisi For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Published: January 29 2017 5:32 pm Tollywood star Sai Dharam Tej Top News Supreme star Sai Dharam Tej has signed another yet-to-be-titled project with BVS Raju The film will start rolling from January 30 Director Harish Shankar will be presenting and launching the film at a pooja on Monday at 9:30 am Industry sources also confirmed that the film would feature Mehreen opposite Tej It will be bankrolled by Krishna under Arunachal Creations banner Mehreen is also simultaneously working with Ravi Teja’s film Raja The Great with Anil Ravipudi Other details about the cast and crew have not yet been announced More from the world of Entertainment: Sai Dharam Tej on the other hand is already busy wrapping up the shoot of his actioner Winner which is slated to release on February 24 Under Nallamalapu Bujji and Tagore Madhu’s production Winner is being bankrolled by Lakshmi Narasimha Productions The makers have also roped in popular anchor Anusuya Bharadwaj for a special song in the film Meanwhile Sai Dharm Tej’s schedule is tightly packed as the actor is also busy with his next action flick titled Nakshatram under Krishna Vamsi’s direction The film stars Sundeep Kishan Pragya Jaiswal and Regina Cassandra However Tej will be doing the cameo of a police officer opposite Pragya in the film After Tej’s hit Subramanyam For Sale in 2015 the actor worked in Supreme and Thikka last year However the latter couldn’t add much to the actor’s hits due to the cold reception from the Tollywood audience Now the actor is placing his bets on 2017 as he has three projects lined up this year to regain his stardom in Tollywood For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: June 8 2014 12:00 am What has happened in Badaun raises fundamental questions about the history of India since Independence (Source: Reuters) Related News Not even a fortnight has gone by since the spectacular swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi which was a celebration of Indian democracy Now we have the Badaun tragedy This reminds us that no matter how far India may have come as a democracy there are miles to go before it becomes a good society It is not that rape cases are unknown in India They are becoming more openly discussed and remedy is being sought by the women and all who sympathise with them (but yet not all Indians) We have had tragedies in the Nirbhaya case then in Mumbai and now in Badaun It is not just rural India or caste-bound ‘backward’ India but India as such which stands on trial Why do women get such a dirty deal in India Of course modernisation will be blamed Pornography or social media or the way women dress or speak Indeed anything which shifts the blame on to the victim rather than the predator But just look at the stories women suffer in the ancient epics Sita is an abandoned baby found in a field while a plough is being used by Janaka in a ceremony She gets abducted rejected and then exiled while pregnant till she is fed up and disappears (commits suicide) at the final rejection by her godly husband Draupadi is molested and almost raped while dressed in a simple single garment while her elders and betters watch silently Shurpanakha is molested and disfigured One could go on Has Bharat been misogynistic from the beginning Maybe but what has happened in Badaun raises fundamental questions about the history of India since Independence Here is Uttar Pradesh not only the largest state but one that played an iconic role during the Independence struggle It has supplied several prime ministers and is the homestead of the Nehru-Gandhi family It is the heart of North India and the seat of some of the holiest cities of Hinduism and the place where the first modern Muslim university as well as the first Hindu university were founded just a hundred years ago So how and when did things go wrong Once we had BIMARU states Now the other three have escaped the pejorative label Madhya Pradesh has thrived under Shivraj Singh Chouhan Bihar has been transformed by Nitish Kumar into a model development state and Rajasthan has progressed under governments of both major parties Why then is Uttar Pradesh still the sick state of India Why is it that both national parties and the two regional parties have all managed to misgovern Uttar Pradesh so spectacularly The Congress had charge of Uttar Pradesh in the first 42 years It managed to govern through its Brahmin leadership which stitched together a coalition with their Dalit farm labourers and Muslims But the elite took care to keep the population especially women illiterate and insecure Control over Uttar Pradesh meant so much to the Congress that it rejected the recommendation of the States Reorganisation Commission in the mid-Fifties to split the state into two When the Congress lost control thanks to V P Singh and then Babri Masjid the succession of BJP and then Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party ruled the state alone or in tandem Yet no party improved the social condition of the people beyond bribing their favourite vote banks No party did what Nitish Kumar has done in Bihar and established law and order Criminals are pillars of the political system in Uttar Pradesh like nowhere else Uttar Pradesh is a deeply divided state No chief minister has won two let alone three successive terms in office It is by some historical accident the mirror of the severely divided and hierarchical Hindu society as well as the residual location of the communal problems inherited since Partition Neither the followers of Gandhiji nor of Ambedkar or of Jayaprakash Narayan and Lohia have seen fit to pay any attention to the poor of Uttar Pradesh Uttar Pradesh needs drastic surgery It is too late to split it into just two states Perhaps four or even six smaller states may finally bring good governance to the poor and unhappy people of Uttar Pradesh What chance it may happen For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Among the subtle changes associated with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government are those dealing with the media and nowhere has it affected a news-hungry media’s working more than in the way news sources from the government have completely dried up and resulted in shrinking of the culture of intermittent Breaking News on television Earlier during the UPA government Breaking News used to be the daily staple of news television that used to thrive in ‘breaking’ news from and about the government all through the day some accurate some not so accurate – and mostly sensational But that is history With ministers and top officials being evidently instructed by the all-powerful Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) to clamp up and not engage or entertain the media unnecessarily it has resulted in a virtual news drought for 24×7 media particularly television and social media that in a sense used to thrive on it and derive their revenue-generating eyeballs There have been innumberable instances during the previous UPA government – especially in its dying years – when information had "leaked" from official meetings like those of the cabinet – chaired by none other than the prime minister – and made it straight to the "Breaking News" on TV channels PM Narendra Modi AFP Even differences among ministers during cabinet meetings chaired by then prime minister Manmohan Singh had many a times become "breaking news" within hours But this is not happening anymore at least for now With Modi focusing on building an "accountable" system that will curb the culture of sensational journalism orders have been given to give the media only one version – the official one sources in the know told IANS Even though it is too early to comment on a little over a one-month old BJP government’s working style the reluctance amongst its ministers to talk to the media is seen by many members of the fourth estate as a "media gag" But officials dismiss this notion although no one is willing to come on record "What has changed in this new government is that everyone including the secretaries are accountable to their seniors So unlike previous government where many secretaries would leak out information to the news channels this government believes more in officially communicating with the media" one source told IANS "A clear message has also been given that one can be pulled up if something appears on television or in the print media which has not been officially communicated "Also officials have been told that they are now answerable to the prime minister because the barriers between him and other officials have been reduced" one official who strictly did not want to be identified said The reference was to the meeting between Modi and the 77 secretary-level bureaucrats on June 5 The official line about the meeting was that Modi had asked the secretaries to make the government "people friendly" "It is felt that this breaking news culture syndrome is extremely harmful and can lead to misleading information This government wants to make sure that nothing of this sort happens" another source told IANS while seeking assurance that he was not identified "In the absence of any accountability media channels had many internal sources and there was a kind of a fight to break the news first" said the source who is familiar with official communications "There is no doubt this government is totally different from the previous one in this regard and this fact is not going down well with the media" the source said Adding to the media woes is the fact that the ministers are reluctant to talk to reporters Many ministers have privately told journalists they knew as opposition leaders that they have been "instructed" to keep quiet and not give unnecessary bytes or interviews without "clearance from the top" One senior journalist who tried to get a written answers from External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj was after three weeks told by her aide "to forget the interview for the time being as it is not going to happen" He did not elaborate The sources said one reason could be that these ministers – most of them are handling a ministry for the first time – are taking their time to settle in and understand issues before they talk about them "This time around 70-80 percent ministers are new They are taking time to understand the issues and what their 100-day’s plan will be They don’t want to get into any unnecessary controversy" another official added "So till then whatever they have to communicate is being officially done either through the PIB (Press Information Bureau) or Twitter This is also another reason for less breaking news as everyone is getting the news at the same time" he concluded IANS Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to turn his war against corruption black money fake currency hawala drugs and terror financing to a movement for the coming 50 days till 30 December He is aware of the kind of hardship that common people are facing every hour and every day due to demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes and standing for long grueling hours at a bank to get a fraction of the money which is theirs He is also aware that anger has started building up even among those who vociferously supported the Prime Minister’s 8 November surprise move due to the unforeseen difficulties they are facing in their daily life due to cash crunch It was thus very important for the Prime Minister seek their support and blessings for a month-and-a-half He also seemed to have taken note of all kind of filthy abusive messages against him by individuals including one by a person standing with Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh at a five-star hotel porch that have been circulating on WhatsApp and other social media platforms That could have hurt him pained him angered him His voice chocking with overflow of emotions: "I was given a mandate to fight against black money and corruption in 2014 and I am doing that I was not born to hold chair My countrymen I left my family home and everything else to serve the nation" Narendra Modi PTI Modi sought to turn this whole thing into a kind of ‘us’ versus ‘them’; millions of honest citizens versus a smaller but highly-motivated corrupt black money hoarders On his return from Japan on Saturday night to New Delhi Modi made an early landing in Goa to be part of a public function and pour his heart and mind out There he made best use of his masterful oratory to show his courage and conviction over the use with a mix of facts emotions charge counter charge and asking the audience to bless him by standing and clapping It looked as though he had waged a war against seen unseen forces and was now asking people to be tough stand behind him in what could be a testing time even for the honest Modi was yet again presenting himself to them not just as a dreamer but also a hard-boiled executioner — someone who was bent to take a thing to its logical conclusion if he thought it was for the good of the nation The approving roar from the audience everyone standing and clapping for minutes was an indicator that he had the first part of it building public perception for him and for the shocker he gave to the nation four days ago "Mai janta hun kaisi kaisi takhto se maine ladai mol li hai mai janta hun kin kin logon se ladai kar li hai Satar saal se ye desh ko loot rahe hain ye mere khilaf hai ye mujhe jinda hani chorenge ye mujhe barbad kar ke chodenge…aayeye iss imandari ki pahal me mera saath dijiye…Ye Hindustan ke har inmandar ki ladai hai…muje 50 din dijiye agar aapko koi kami lagti hai toh kisi caurahe par desh ki janata jaisa saja degi kabool hai[I know with what kind of forces I have picked up a fight I know with what kind of people I have picked up a fight They have been looting the country for last 70 years They are against me They will not let me live alive They would be bent to destroy me . to address the potential threat of hidden explosives. For all the latest World News, We need a government that treats all people as equals and doesn’t discriminate on the basis of their religion or region. So what if the daughter is just 12-years old? For all the latest Kolkata News, declared an indefinite “suspension of work” at its Howrah unit on Wednesday.

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