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The two were seen together in Qubool Hai.Surbhi and Varun met on the sets of Zee TV drama and though Varun had a brief role on the show the duo apparently connected and stayed in touch even after the show got over Surbhi reportedly played a host at Varun’s birthday last month and they were spotted holding hands throughout the party Now refuting these reports Surbhi said in an interview “None of that is true There have been reports of me dating Karan Singh Grover and Karanvir Bohra too I am just done with these dating things” The actor said she has stopped caring about the dating rumours “I just ignore it I am so careless when it comes to my personal life because no one has any right to judge me or my personal life” So as per Surbhi there’s not much happening in her personal life but her professional life seems to be taking interesting turns as the actor will be soon seen in a finite series Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai and she will make her debut on the digital platform with a romantic web series Tanhaiyan Also read I don’t believe supernatural powers exist: SurbhiJyoti “I am extremely excited about both the shows because we are attempting something new Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai is my first finite series on television It has a start-to-end story and my character in the show is so unlike me that it was a challenge for me to pull it off So I immediately took it up As for Tanhaiyan it is in the digital space where there is no external forces involved It is just the actors and the creatives It is much freer because it is not dictated by the TRPs and we have more freedom to show what we want to” the actor said Also Read:Salman Khan is growing bigger as a performer: SohailKhan Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai will star on Star Plus from February 25 It also stars Sharad Kelkar Shoaib Ibrahim and Shaalien Malhotra While in Tanhaiyan Surbhi will be seen romancing popular television face Barun Sobti It will premiere tomorrow on the occasion of Valentine’s Day For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: August 11 2017 5:26 pm Kolkata: Actor Soumitra Chatterjee with filmmaker Aparna Sen during a programme organised to launch the trailer of their upcoming film Shesher Kabita in Kolkata Top News Acting legend Soumitra Chatterjee and director-actor Aparna Sen are all set to share the screen space after a gap of 17 years Soumitra and Aparna who worked in films such as Baksa Badal (1970) Akash Kusum (1965) Jiban Saikate (1972) and were last seen together in Paromitar Ekdin in 2000 will feature in Suman Ghosh’s Basu Paribar It is Ghosh’s fifth film with Chatterjee while he is collaborating with Sen for the first time “This is my first project with Rinadi (Aparna Sen) who is usually not keen to work in other directors’ films unless she is intrigued by the script She also wanted to work with Soumitra-da after all these years” Ghosh told PTI “And so far Soumitra-kaku (uncle) is concerned I needed someone with that kind of persona and sophistication for my character This film would not have been possible without Soumitra Chatterjee” The director said Chatterjee is a name that is “irreplaceable” in Bengali cinema “While he has been a part of many masterpieces throughout his career the last 7-8 years have seen the rebirth of Soumitra the way he is exploring the craft of acting” Ghosh said bringing Chatterjee and Sen together was something of a casting coup but it was not deliberate on his part “I wanted to explore their vast experience and sophistication at an individual level It was an experience to hear anecdotes from them during post-shoot ‘adda’” Asked how was it to direct Sen a formidable director herself Ghosh said “She is a sincere actor and I didn’t see her as director She is one actor who always does her homework” He said the film also starring Rituparna Sengupta Saswata Chatterjee Jisshu Sengupta among others is a comment on our past heritage “As the name indicates nostalgia is important for our film It is a comment on our heritage” The film will be released early next year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Fali S Nariman | Published: May 19 2016 1:13 am Arun Jaitley strongly condemns PTI Photo Top News The May 17 issue of The Indian Express has reported the finance minister’s views expressed in a meeting of the Indian Women’s Press Corps He had said that “a line needs to be drawn” to enable executive decisions to be taken only by the executive and not by the judiciary: He has called this (as have so many others) the lakshmana rekha But open any newspaper on any day and you will find in various parts of the country and in an alarmingly disparate variety of situations “non-functioning” or “dysfunctional” governments and/ or governmental agencies whether at the Centre or in the states They need course-correction It was exactly 30 years ago that a promising young lawyer Arun Jaitley — appearing with a team of lawyers — succeeded in convincing a bench of three judges of the Supreme Court for one such course-correction: The purely executive decision of Delhi’s Lt Governor to terminate the contractual lease of the Indian Express Building from where its paper was being printed and distributed was declared unconstitutional and void Ever since lawyers like him (though not all as resourceful nor as brilliant) have succeeded in convincing a succession of judges in the Supreme Court that it is permissible and proper to reach out and remedy individual injustices committed intentionally or otherwise on India’s citizenry by one or other official in government or in a governmental agency What is (fashionably) derided as “judicial overreach” has been recently described by Upendra Baxi (mentor of Jaitley and tutor to generations of judges and lawyers) as the “daring adjudicatory leadership of the Supreme Court in the past 25-30 years” In an essay just published in the Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution (2016) he says the highest court has “mutated the discourse of judicially unenforceable directive principles (as originally enacted) by incorporating them into Article 21 (as now interpreted)” and so converted human needs into human rights It is therefore erroneous to speak of “judicial overreach” in the present-day Indian context when under our Constitution enforcement of Fundamental Rights including the right guaranteed under Article 21 (now expanded into infinitely diverse areas only remotely connected to “life” and “living”) has become a constitutional duty performed on an almost daily basis by judges in the Supreme Court (under Articles 32 and 136) and by judges of high courts (under Article 226) It is just too late now for anyone — even a worthy cabinet minister — to cry halt to what Professor Baxi has so eloquently described as the ongoing judicial discourse about “converting human needs into human rights” As for not crossing the lakshmana rekha (a line actual or imaginary the crossing of which may entail serious consequences) it has become a figure of speech derived from one among many versions of the Ramayana Sita asks Rama to fetch a magical golden deer for her; Rama goes in search of it asking Lakshmana to stand guard around Sita’s dwelling house — at Panchavati (near present day Nashik in Maharashtra); the golden deer is in fact the demon Maricha who distracts Rama and when Rama kills Maricha the latter cries out for help but in Rama’s voice Sita panics and promptly orders Lakshmana to go to Rama’s aid Unable to disobey Sita Lakshmana draws a perimeter-line which Sita must not cross and then goes in search of Rama Whilst Lakshmana is away in search of Rama Sita out of compulsion of performing a religious duty for a guest (Ravana disguised as a poor Brahmin) crosses the line to give him food following which she is abducted Constitutionalists apply the metaphor to courts who are forbidden by Article 37 of the Constitution to enforce by writs or orders the catena of Directive Principles of State Policy set forth in Part IV of the Constitution But the same article also mandates and makes it a duty of “the State” (the legislatures and the executive) to enforce and implement for the good of India’s citizens all the dos and don’ts set out in Part IV of the Constitution For the constitutionalists the principles of state policy (which cannot and therefore must not be enforced by courts of law) is the lakshmana rekha But ever since 1986 (the Indian Express Building case) judges have frequently crossed the lakshmana rekha of Article 37 — simply because “the State” (the legislatures and/ or the executive) have failed to implement the Directive Principles of State Policy In so doing as Baxi says they have converted primary human needs (not attended to by those whose duty it was to attend to them) into human rights thus making them enforceable by courts under Article 21 of the Constitution And so as the Ramayana itself so eloquently depicts the boundary line can be crossed and is crossed — but only and always for a good cause The writer is an eminent jurist and senior advocate to the Supreme Court For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top Newss mother and levelled allegations about Geetika?she alleged that some foul play was being attempted against her and that she was being forced to join MDLR Group again.president Amit Shah about her decision in a letter.taken out of context, the near and medium future belongs to the BJP. socially committed and young leader like Devendra Fadnavis, KOLKATA,” ew. 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