5000+ Students, Super Achievers, Educators Interacted with Sri Sri
Bollywood actor Kabir Bedi attended the Empower gathering hosted by Art of Living Students at NSCI in South Mumbai. The actor who has also acted in several international films took off time from his busy schedule to seek blessings from the Diving Guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.
250 Principals, Directors n Trustees from top institutions, members of Blind Indian Cricket Team,International Level sportsmen, young police officers and award winning young artists and thousands of students and young professionals got a taste of meditation with Internationally acclaimed Spiritual Guru.
April 30, 2017, Mumbai: The city hosted one of the largest youth events-Empower, in the presence of Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Founder, The Art of Living. Over 5000 students, young professionals, educationists from some of the most prominent schools and colleges in the city, and achievers from the field of sports, including the members of the Blind Indian Cricket Team, young police officers, national level Chess Champions and Gymnasts, entrepreneurs, and musicians meditated with Sri Sri and posed questions related to life, spirituality, social issues, stress, managing work, relationships and everything in between; questions which sometimes Google cannot answer. More... http://www.filmytown.com/kabir-bedi-sri-sri-ravishankars-empower-event/
Youth, music competition, rock band, street plays and the inner desire of today’s youth to bring a change in the society. This sums up the gist of this breezy youthful drama.
One cannot tag it as a romantic drama as the director has skillfully and very realistically displayed the growing bond between Siddharth and Neha, which is usually rare in the present Genre of Bollywood flicks.
There is nothing over the top nor any larger than life characters. Just a simple story of Siddharth (Arsh Sehrawat), a young boy who is brought up by his single mother with dreams of settling abroad.
Like any other youth of his age, he is following the herd mentality of going abroad for further studies after his graduation in India. When will our Indians wake up and realise that we have best of the educational institutes and universities who have produced that class of professionals who are absorbed by hi-tech companies and even NASA.
Expected to release around this Diwali is an upcoming Bollywood’s horror flick that is produced, directed and edited by Zubair Khan – ‘Do you believe in GHOST STORY?’.
Zubair’s resume boasts of having assisted several biggie film directors and the notable among them are Mukul Anand. His earlier film was Lakeer Ka Fakeer which was shot in real locations in the underbelly of South Mumbai.
“GHOST STORY is an abstract horror film and I have taken the risk of producing it. Or to put it in simple terms, it is a simple Horror film with a different treatment,” begins Zubair Khan.
On watching the treatment to this film, to start with, the story itself begins with revealing the suspense, which usually is shown towards the climax. “One thing I can assure you that it is a pacy film and the viewer would not even find any uninteresting moments of dullness, mentioned Zubair. Read the full interview at:http://www.filmytown.com/ghost-story-upcoming-abstract-horror-film/