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BMC sent a notice to Shah Rukh Khan on March 5 with a bill of Rs 193 lakh The residents of the surrounding area had accused SRK of encroaching on public property as the ramp obstructed movement to Mount Mary Basilica during the annual Bandra Fair The ramp was used to park the actor’s vanity van at times BJP MP Poonam Mahajan had submitted a written complaint to BMC Chief asking the civic body to demolish the ramp However in the complaint Poonam Mahajan is said to have not named Shah Rukh Khan directly BMC officials demolish ramp outside Shah Rukh Khan’s Mannat On the morning of February 14 the BMC officials and police had gathered outside ‘Mannat’ and brought down the structure Share This Article Related Article The area had been barricaded as locals from the surrounding areas had gathered to watch it being taken down For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 11 2015 5:22 pm “I love Shah Rukh and Salman’s films But I can never spread my arms and look cool I wanted to do it but couldn’t So I figured out my strength and started polishing it” said Gulshan Devaiah Related News Being a good-looking romantic actor – a la Shah Rukh Khan or Salman Khan – was not what Gulshan Devaiah was aiming at when he stepped into filmdom It was Manoj Bajpayee’s gritty role in “Satya” and Ram Gopal Varma’s dark works that inspired him to be a performance-oriented talent Known for playing second lead but intense roles in films like “Shaitan” and “Hate Story” Gulshan told IANS: “I was five or six years old when I thought of being an actor I grew up imitating Shashi Kapoor Amitabh Bachchan and Dharmendra “But it was after watching Manoj Bajpayee in ‘Satya’ and old films of Ram Gopal Varma that I decided that I wanted to be a performance-oriented actor rather than just be a good looking one or a romantic actor” Share This Article Related Article The actor who also looks up to the critically acclaimed Irrfan Khan says what superstars like Shah Rukh and Salman do on the big screen he can’t “I love Shah Rukh and Salman’s films But I can never spread my arms and look cool I wanted to do it but couldn’t So I figured out my strength and started polishing it” said the actor who moved to Mumbai from Bengaluru in 2008 to follow his film acting dream He is content with his projects “I’m happy that I have a film career I have films in hand and I’m happy living my dream” said Gulshan who has films like “Cabaret” “Love Affair” and “Junooniyat” In “Hunterrr” which releases on March 20 he will be seen playing the protagonist The film is about a sex addict and his lustful journey in life “As a protagonist I have greater responsibility It is an entertaining script and I hope it does well But I don’t have unrealistic expectations from the film” he said of the movie directed by Harshavardhan Kulkarni and which also stars Radhika Apte and Sai Tamhanka in important roles As much as he loves acting Gulshan is sure that television is not the medium for him –at least not for now “Some people can do a lot of episodes I like to work for 50 to 60 days and then move on to another project I don’t think I have the aptitude for TV right now Maybe in the future” he said Till then he hopes to entertain the masses with films that let him explore his versatility “I hope I get lots of variety in films that I do I hope I don’t get slotted in one area I am trying to experiment with my film career” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Srishti Choudhary | Panchkula | Published: May 24 2015 3:46 am At the main market in Barwala on Saturday (Source: Express Photo by Sumit Malhotra) Related News As many as 10 shops were completely burnt and goods estimated to be worth Rs 40-50 lakh damaged after a major fire broke out at the main market of Barwala at least 20 km from Panchkula town late on Friday night The incident was reported around 945 pm an hour after the shopkeepers closed their shops According to the fire department the fire was caused due to a short circuit “Around 945 pm I saw fumes coming out from one of the garment shops and we rushed in to find that it had engulfed adjacent shops as well I dialled 101 and was connected to Kurukshetra fire station They asked me to call the Panchkula station Then I tried from someone else’s phone and was connected to Kalka station following which the fire tenders were sent” said Gautam who runs a general store at the nearby market Share This Article Related Article As per the fire office Panchkula they were intimated about the incident at 1135 pm and they immediately sent three fire tenders By then fire tenders from Dera Bassi which is 10 km from Barwala and Kalka 30 km away also reached the spot The victims alleged that a lot of crucial time was wasted during the process of making calls “The incident was reported around 10 pm and the fire tenders reached at 1130 pm By then all the 10 shops were engulfed in fire We could not save anything A large number of local people had gathered and we tried to douse the fire using water but all in vain” said Phool Chand whose garment shop was burnt down to ashes “There is some problem with the fire emergency number 101 In some previous incidents too when a person called it connected them to some other station Even if they made a call from Ramgarh it reached Kalka fire station” said fire officer S S Malik adding that all the fire stations keep each other informed It took around two hours to control the fire However no casualty was reported Even as local people tried to control the fire the residents whose shops were located behind the main market tried frantically to save their goods The shops which were gutted largely included shops selling readymade garments shoes cosmetics and one selling kitchen utensils “Logon ne jam ke loot-maar ki (People took advantage of the situation and looted the goods)” said Phool Chand who runs a general store and spent the whole night on the road guarding his goods “As the fire was spreading I opened the shop and began taking things out Some people rushed for help but few of them allegedly ran away stealing the goods Though the fire tenders did not reach my shop I suffered a loss worth thousands with goods stolen” added Chand The market is built on the panchayat land and the shop owners pay a monthly rent For almost all of them the shop was the only source of income After Friday night’s incident they have been left “shocked and helpless” “Shops were our only source of income We were able to do business of around Rs 8000 daily but now it will take around four months or more to reconstruct the shops Some of us will have to take loans Some goods which we managed to save from fire are not worth selling” said Rajesh Kumar whose cosmetic shop was burnt down He had recently spent over Rs 1 lakh on refurbishing the shop Demand for a separate fire tender for Barwala Deputy Commissioner Vivek Atray and local BJP MLA Gian Chand Gupta visited the spot and met the shop owners The residents lamented that their demand for keeping a fire tender stationed at Barwala has not been taken seriously by the authorities “There was a major fire in one of the shops in February and at that time too the fire tenders reached late We have been demanding that a fire tender be stationed here But nothing has been done” said Devi Chand For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News more than 620,where her four delivery boys cater to BPO employees working in graveyard shifts (that starts at midnight). companies having net worth of Rs 500 crore or turnover of Rs 1,” Toy Story was the first feature film made by Pixar Animation Studios.
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