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Monday, 6 February 2017

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Moved By ‘31st October’

Writer-producer Harry Sachdeva, whose dramatic thriller ‘31st October’ starring Vir Das and Soha Ali Khan released this weekend, had organized a special screening of the film for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other MLAs and reportedly, the film got a majorly positive response from everyone.

Confirming the same, Harry said, “I am extremely honored that the CM took time to watch 31st October.  His government in Delhi is taking some right steps to address the issue of the delayed justice to victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh pogrom and I want the support of both State and Central Government to ensure that at least now the victims get justice.  His appreciation of the film matters a lot and I am happy to see him moved as the film ended.”

On his part, Jarnail Singh, an AAP MLA, who had thrown a shoe at India’s then Home Minister P. Chidambaram in 2009 for giving a clean chit to 1984 riots accused Jagdish Tytler, said, “I had come for the screening but couldn’t watch the film for long as it raked old wounds and I got emotionally overwhelmed. However, I would urge each and every one of you to watch this film as it will send across a message that violence and bloodshed is never an answer to any issue.”

‘31st October’ revolved around the struggles of a Sikh family, which is trapped in a riot zone in Delhi in the aftermath of the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

Produced by writer-producer Harry Sachdeva and Magical Dreams Productions Pvt Ltd, , co-produced by Anand Prakash, directed by National award winner Shivaji Lotan Patil, and released by Panorama Studios, ‘31st October’ is a glimpse into the  controversial dark chapter of India’s History

Dramatic Thriller ‘31st October’ Declared Tax-Free In Punjab

Writer-producer Harry Sachdeva’s dramatic thriller ‘31st October’ set against the backdrop of the 1984 anti-Sikh pogrom ,which had released last week, has been declared tax-free by the Punjab Government. The government took this decision after taking in consideration the bold step taken by the makers of the film to throw light on the darkest day in the country’s history, the victims of which are yet to get justice from the Indian judiciary.

The film, which stars Vir Das and Soha Ali Khan, was not only lauded in India, but had also garnered appreciation from across the globe in its depiction of the gruesome riots and the bond of friendship and brotherhood between communities. The film revolved around the struggle for survival of a Sikh family trapped in a riot zone in New Delhi in the aftermath of the anti-Sikh riots following the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

While many Gurudwara management Committees and Sikh organizations lent their support by bulk booking theatres to show their members the film, few of them even approached the Punjab government for them to extend their official support. Upon reviewing the film, Punjab Government officials agreed on the historical importance of the film and they called upon Harry Sachdeva to inform him of the acceptance of the Tax Exemption in the state.

"I am grateful for the Punjab Government to see the merit and the message of the film and exempt from paying entertainment tax. My goal is to make this film reach as wide as possible and now people in Punjab can go see the film at a concessional rate. As this is a film that promotes brotherhood as well educating our young generation about the truth of the 1984 Sikh Genocide, it was important for it to get support from government in addition to the community,” said Harry Sachdeva , who was recently in Amritsar to meet with Sikh community leaders.

Expressing his happiness at the Box office response, where the film  has collected 7.5 crore worldwide till Wednesday, Harry is hopeful for the collections to pick up further and a continued run on second week inspite of the two big releases- Shivaay and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil coming out this Friday.

Produced by writer-producer Harry Sachdeva and Magical Dreams Productions Pvt Ltd, , co-produced by Anand Prakash, directed by National award winner Shivaji Lotan Patil, and released by Panorama Studios, ‘31st October’ is a glimpse into the  controversial dark chapter of India’s History

Makers Of Mughal-E-Azam The Musical Play Add New Shows Owing To Public Demand!

The Broadway-style musical play adaption of K.Asif's legendary classic 'Mughal E Azam' starring Dilip Kumar, Madhubala and Prithviraj Kapoor, which premiered at the NCPA (National Centre For Performing Arts) on October 21st, seems to have become an instant hit with one and all.

The production, which was helmed by acclaimed director Feroz Abbas Khan has opened to near unanimous acclaim and it is quite clear now that the makers have a winner on their hands. So much so that the public demand for the play prompted the makers to have additional shows of the musical extravaganza on Monday and Tuesdayconsidering the fact that all the shows are going housefull and tickets are selling like hot cakes.

The play, which is smashing records all over, will have an extra show on Monday (October 31, which is celebrated as New Year) at 4 pm and on Tuesday (November 1, which is celebrated as Bhaubeej). The much-awaited play will be performed at the NCPA – Mumbai, from October 21 till first week of November for a limited engagement of two weeks.

31st October Producer Harry Sachdeva Launches Book on 1984 Riots

Amaryllis – An imprint of Manjul Publishing  unveiled the new book 1984: In Memory and Imagination - Personal Essays and Short Fiction on the 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots, edited by Vikram Kapur, Associate Professor of English at Shiv Nadar University on 4th November at the Press Club Of India , New Delhi.

The book was  launched by Harry Sachdeva, prominent film-maker & Writer producer of Bollywood Film "31st October"  and  Manoj Mitta, renowned journalist . They were joined by Hartosh Singh Bal, political editor of Caravan magazine, and Vikram Kapur, editor of the anthology, to discuss the impact of the 1984 riots on the psyche of affected individuals and the nation as a whole.

The panel discussion was moderated by Humra Quraishi, well-known journalist and author. Among the discussion points was how the film "31st October" has been instrumental in bringing the issue into the forefront again and how sensitively the film showcased the plight of the victims during that difficult time and also showcasing the humane side of communities towards each other. Writer Producer Harry Sachdeva congratulate the authors and said 'I congratulate Vikram Kapur on his book and I would like to strongly recommend that each one of us should visit the widow colony and see the miserable condition of the victims , their lives have been abandoned forever and all they are left is to be a part of election manifesto or a news Channels story but no aid has ever actually reached to them, all they seek is is justice which should not take three decades to come '

About the Book:

More than thirty years after they occurred, the events of 1984 refuse to slide into the past. As recently as 2012, Lieutenant General Brar, who led Operation Blue Star, was attacked in London for his role in that operation. In 2014, the Punjabi film ‘Kaum De Heere’, based on the lives of the men responsible for Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s assassination, was banned. To this day, the struggle goes on to deliver justice to the victims of the anti-Sikh pogrom that followed the assassination. Rather than entering the garbage heap of history, the events of 1984 have become a testament to William Faulkner’s words: ‘The past is never dead. It isn’t even past.’

This book examines the human narrative of 1984. It tells the stories, both real and imagined, of men and women whose lives were altered by that tragic chain of events and who continue to live with them to this day. Through the telling of these stories, it gets at the heart beating inside the body of facts to bring out the essence of a society and nation marked indelibly by what happened in 1984.

Contributors to this anthology: Hartosh Singh Bal, Kirpal Singh Dhillon, Ajeet Cour, Humra Quraishi, Preeti Gill, Rana Chhina, Rizio Yohanan Raj, NS Madhavan, Jaspreet Singh, Mridula Garg, Pratyaksha, Vikram Kapur, Harish Narang and Aditya Sharma.

About the Author:

Vikram Kapur is the author of two novels. His short fiction and nonfiction have been published in various Indian and international publications. His short stories have been shortlisted in several international competitions including, among others, the Commonwealth Short Story Prize and the Fish International Short Story Prize. Currently, he is Associate Professor of English at Shiv Nadar University.

About the Publisher:

Manjul’s English-only imprint, Amaryllis, founded in 2010, brings to readers the best in writing from across the globe. Our focus is on fiction and non-fiction, mostly by Indian authors, encouraging emerging voices and nurturing established ones. We bring to our readers books of the highest quality, elegantly designed with exceptional production standards.

Amaryllis has more than seventy successful titles already under its belt and boasts of names like Ashok K. Banker, Deepti Naval, Sushma Seth, Jaswant Singh, Rajiv Malhotra, Sudheendra Kulkarni, Pritish Nandy, Satya Saran, etc., on its list. Amaryllis is, today, a name to reckon with in English publishing in India.

Poster Unveiled: Shraddha Kapoor Is Menacing In And As Haseena

Apoorva Lakhia’s upcoming film Haseena: The Queen of Mumbai will chronicle the journey of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s sister, Haseena Parkar and the first look of the film has left everyone spellbound.

Shraddha Kapoor, who is playing the titular role, features on the first poster and she is looking deadly as the Godmother of Nagpada, Haseena Parkar. Shraddha has gone deglam for the movie and her no-nonsense expression will send a chill down the audience’s spine. Her kohl-rimmed, fiery eyes speak volumes and she looks menacingly convincing in and as Haseena. 

The essence of the film has been captured successfully through the intriguing poster, which distinctly shows the glistening Dubai on one side and old Mumbai, which Haseena used to rule, on the other, in the background. Shraddha will portray Haseena’s life from being a 17-year-old teenager to being the 43-year-old Queen of Mumbai. 

Shraddha’s brother Siddhanth Kapoor will essay the role of Haseena's brother Dawood Ibrahim. 

Directed by Apoorva Lakhia, the film is being presented by Swiss Entertainment and has been produced by Nahid Khan. Haseena is all set to release on July 14, 2017.

A.R. Rahman Collaborates With Toronto-based Ideal Entertainment

Academy Award-winning music composer A.R. Rahman has now added another feather to his cap. The music director-producer-singer-songwriter will be wielding the megaphone for Le Musk, a virtual reality short. The music maestro has collaborated with Canadian company Ideal Entertainment, which will be partnering on three of his films - Le Musk, 99 Songs and One Heart- The A.R. Rahman Concert Film.

They announced the three films at Ideal Entertainment's media launch in Toronto on Thursday. Talking about his association with Ideal Entertainment, Rahman said, “I’m looking forward to continuing my collaboration with Ideal Entertainment because they truly understand the sensibilities of the audiences I’m trying to reach through my projects. On a personal level, I know the people at Ideal Entertainment have worked hard to come up in life, so they share the value, I put on hard work.”

John Tory, Toronto’s Mayor was also present at the event, and he not only raved about Rahman and his talent but also asked him to consider ‘establishing a third home in Toronto’. Tory said, “Mr. Rahman is a living music legend, whose talents have been celebrated worldwide, which inspire several lives. His endeavors span among local and international artistry music, dance and theater and his iconic work reinforces the need to celebrate the art and the entertainment scene in Toronto.”

“Our industry in Toronto continues to look for opportunities to collaborate with him. We want him to visit often and even consider establishing a third home here,” he further added.

Image Info:

AR Rahman Press Meet 146- Left to Right (George Strouwmboulopoulos of the famous Stroumbo Show, Shaji Nada of Ideal Entertainment, AR Rahman, John Tory, The Mayor of Toronto & Ramanan Muthulingam of Ideal Entertainment)

AR Press Meet 57 - L to R (Ramanan Muthulingam of Ideal Entertainment, Vishwesh Krishnamurthy, the director of 99 Songs, Shaji Nada of Ideal Entertainment, AR
Rahman & John Tory, The Mayor of Toronto)