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" Written by Agencies | London | Published: October 8,be reflected on the ground as fledgling alliance partners SP?” Khetan said the main problem facing the country was that those who were in power have no will to hear the problems of people. in consultation with a special advisory panel, He added that policemen were deployed outside Kerala House to take preventive action if Gupta and his associates were caught doing any “mischief”. That echoed the Bengali phrase,sukehe thakte bhute killai meaning when youre economically comfortablewhy provoke a slap from the ghost Life in the comfort zone is what the establishment encourageshe concludedmaking compromise after compromiseeven as your dream falls by the wayside From earning 500 francs gratuity every month as a sweeper instead of the French government regulated minimum salary of 3500 francsI got a creative break in 1976 Then life changed quickly I changed several jobs to reach the top creative director position in 1983 in my domains most reputed firm in Paris My remuneration became incredible but my dream was to be an entrepreneur living in Europe I was lucky again to get wonderful support and confidence from erstwhile colleagues like Gérard GodardJose Ruizmy favourite photographer Bernard BinetteIsabel Monoda client from a brewery company whom weve unfortunately lost to cancer In the first six months of starting my companyI divided my take-home salary by foureven though most clients paid me in advance Self-made entrepreneurs Id studied as role models always thrived with discomfort Self confidence was strengthened when my company made good profit in year one1984 In my case entrepreneurial confidence grew severely thereafter From personal experience I realised that confidence comes from discomfort Ive kept coloursbrushpalate and canvas intact in my chosen consulting profession because when you bring newness into an enterpriseits like working on a vacant canvas Irrespective of the countrytheres invariably resistance to giving a new stroke in the corporate canvas My team and I often inject huge discomfort in client enterprisesand theyve been rewarded with great business results thereafter Sharing the discomfort process is a fabulous journey I wrote about in my bookJalebi Management The best part is having people in an enterprise collectively experience discomfort Their subsequent confident leaps in initiatives take forward the subject to success Of course we sometimes face roadblocks Recently an Indian client continuously pushed us to change our recommended marketing platform and design work for a certain product category they were entering into Wed arrived at the recommendation after incorporating tremendous consumer understandinggoing from city to small townsdoor to door The client had no experience in this categoryyet wanted to have their way We had to take a strong stand to not compromiseand refused to work further We knew wed created discomfort for thembut were confident it was the right direction for them and highly necessary to create a market rupture for getting business from a new market After sometime the client launched our exact recommendation Today the product is booming with commercial successand the design got them kudos in the market I have to appreciatively recognise that both the CEO and Chairman wrote to thank me This example says that when you love your profession with passionuse very rational and aspirational methods to first ignite discomfort in your teamthen work with sincere market understandingwithout messing about with intuition and gut feel The client will eventually buy into the discomfort zone where the product has to bring business wins At both individual and collective levels in Indian enterprisespeople have to enter the discomfort zone to stand up to global competition by using confidence as the controlling reins Being poor or rich does not matter hereself discomfort will show the green horizon at the tunnels end Somy dear readerlet me invite your reciprocation as I continue to consistently share new discomfort ideas with you in this DZ journey every week in the coming years Shombit Sengupta is an international creative business strategy consultant to top management Reach him at http://s.wwwshiningconsultingcom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Alaka Sahani | Updated: May 4 2017 12:05 am I consider myself to be an outsider in the society I have been feeling like that all my life I had no connection with the industry when I chose to become an actor: Irrfan Related News You do movies which grab headlines and then there is a lull These are trials and errors You have to keep trying to survive and find your space I don’t mind it since I don’t want to settle into a comfort zone So I keep trying Through these trials I have created my space Are you trying something different with your next movie Hindi Medium This is a little over-the-top comedy about what might appear to be incredible situations to those who are not aware of what goes into getting school admissions Getting admission in a proper school which mainly means an English-medium school has become a big concern these days This is a movie that can entertain the parents and children alike Currently I am also shooting for another movie Raita directed by Abhinay Deo In some of your movies such as Madaari you have tried to say something more than just entertain It gives an edge to an actor if an important communication with the audience takes place through the story Stories are reflections of your society But unfortunately commercial cinema does not carry that kind of responsibility It’s important for me that my life experiences and job interact Otherwise there is no growth I don’t know about others I like to reflect on my experience and life through these stories According to you what is the ideal role of cinema In the cinema of the ’50s and the ’60s the makers were eager to tell stories They entertained the audience as well as told them about life experiences The main desire then was to tell stories and one could go to any length to tell those stories The directors and actors were driven to tell a story Right now we lack that Cinema has turned into a medium to become popular and famous As a thinking artist do you intervene and try to improve the storytelling I intervene through my choices I pick the stories which give me an opportunity to reflect life I can’t hold anyone by the collar and say ‘Why are you not telling a story properly’ I can only do my job the way I think it should be done Recently you worked on the Netflix mini-series Tokyo Trial Tokyo Trial deals with an important subject (It follows the trials of war crimes of the Japanese military by the International Military Tribunal for the Far East after WWII) I play the judge Radhabinod Pal’s character (He was one of the judges of the tribunal) It became very tedious to research on Pal as the legal language is completely different I used to take so much time to read 10 pages and make sense of it However it was a fascinating experience Is it your inquisitiveness that makes you take up such roles My inquisitiveness as well as my belief that certain things should be shared through stories You play comic as well as intense characters with equal finesse How do you manage this It is easier to do so when you have a good script I have been waiting to do an out-and-out comedy and the right script for so long If I had taken up a script I could not relate to then it would have been difficult for me Have you ever been offered a Golmaal kind of comedy Oh yes Not a Golmaal but those kind of comedies and franchise movies But I did not pick those as I thought it was not the right time then I could have done those for money but that would be so boring Right now I’m focusing on the movies I have some kind of connection with You said that you could have donated your organ for Vinod Khanna It was a very spontaneous reaction I have never met him You are going to complete 30 years in the industry next year; Salaam Bombay released in 1988 I don’t count years During my second year at the National School of Drama I shot for Salaam Bombay It was not a beginning More like life showed me a glimpse of the film industry Banegi Apni Baat (started in 1993) was my proper entry into the industry After so many years do you see yourself as an outsider in the industry I consider myself to be an outsider in the society I have been feeling like that all my life I had no connection with the industry when I chose to become an actor neither did my parents want me to join it No one could have imagined that I would be in this profession Initially I was very conscious I tried to fit in and that pushed me further back I realised that I should take it easy and I would eventually find my space For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: March 8 2017 9:40 am Diya Aur Baati Hum’s sequel is titled Tu Sooraj Mai Saanjh Piya Ji Top News Actor Anas Rashid who played Sooraj Rathi in popular TV show “Diya Aur Baati Hum” regrets not being a part of its upcoming sequel “Tu Sooraj Main Saanjh Piyaji” The Star Plus show will now focus on the next generation of the Rathi family — Sandhya Rathi (Deepika Singh) and Sooraj’s children Ved Vansh and Kanak Rathi “I watched the promo of the second season and truly loved it I saw Bhabho (Neelu Vaghela) on screen and felt like running to her and hugging her The only thing I don’t like is that my Bhabho has aged considerably on screen” Anas who is currently enjoying his sabbatical in his home town Punjab said in a statement “I only have regrets now of not being part of the show They are like a family to me and I always look up to them as a family My best wishes are with them but I have regrets of not being a part of it” he added More from the world of Entertainment: Anas said he will call up Neelu regarding the new show “I haven’t spoken to her about the promo yet but I will speak to her I had spoken to her when she went to Kerala for the promotions” Anas said Also read |TV shows which finally went off air in 2016 after the longest haul: Balika Vadhu Diya Aur Baati Hum andothers “MS Dhoni: The Untold Story” fame actress Rhea Sharma will be seen as Kanak while actors Mayank Arora and Kabeer Kumar will play the roles of Ved and Vansh “Tu Sooraj Main Saanjh Piyaji” will start from April 3 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Published: October 17 2010 11:42 pm Top News A non-cognisable offence was registered against television actor Raja Choudhary after he barged into a house in suburban Malad where his estranged wife’s mother was staying and caused ruckuspolice said today While his wife Shweta was away locked in a realty show Bigg Boss’s houseChoudhary went to the Malad apartmentbroke open the door and abused Shweta’s mother Nirmala Tiwari yesterday He went to the apartment on the pretext of meeting his daughter Palak Shweta’s friend Abhinav Kohli rushed to the spot after receiving a call from her mother and accompanied her to the police station to lodge a complaintpolice said On reaching police stationKohli was slapped by furious Choudhary in front of the policemen “We have registered a non-cognisable offence against Choudhary for abusing Tiwari and Kohli and slapping the latter His blood samples were sent for medical examination to ascertain if he was drunk” said R D Prabhuin charge of Malad Police Station Chaudhary married Shweta Tiwari in 1998 and they were together till 2007 They have been living separately since and have filed for divorce in a court The house at Malad was owned by Choudhary but barred from entering the house by the court Choudhary has also levelled allegations against Tiwari and Kohli stating that they had thrashed himinjuring him on his backpolice said adding that they had also taken note of Choudhary’s allegations For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News Kalidasa, we see Bhumi entering her hotel room only to find her washroom locked from inside. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: May 8, Having hoped to re-establish a seven-point lead over second-place Tottenham Hotspur.

which has a game in hand, “Jai Gangaajal” is slated to release on March 4 next year.” For all the latest Delhi News, The romantic thriller is directed by Kabir Khan and also stars Katrina Kaif. ? she will be seen in a very different role,on quite a few occasions. Now Nehru is not going to last, Perhaps we shall see the same phenomenon repeated at the edge of space. In fact.

the airline needs to consolidate its grip on the domestic market if it wants to survive the onslaught of competing airlines like IndiGo (already a formidable force on domestic routes).

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