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I had some mis-conceptions about him which I had developed after watching his films. will remain in our hearts.RIP Jules Bianchi — Johnny herbert (@johnnyherbertf1) July 18 2015 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mohali | Updated: April 26 2016 5:16 am MI bowlers picked up wickets at crucial junctures of the match to defend the total successfully (Source: PTI) Related News Synopsis: Little man makes big splash before Mumbai seamers quash Punjab hopes heightened by the return of the Big Show Little man makes big splash It was right after a lengthy practice session under lights at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai last week Parthiv Patel had been put through a few fast laps by the Mumbai Indians trainer following his stint in the nets And as he neared the steps leading up to the dressing-room balcony the diminutive wicket-keeper batsman was drenched in sweat “Umar bhi ho gaya hai Jyaada training karna padta hai (Age is catching up that’s why I have to train harder these days)” Parthiv quipped as he passed a bunch of journalists with a playful smirk It’s somehow difficult to fathom that Patel is 31 now and that he has actually aged — right in front of our eyes if you think about it These days he sports a beard a thick one with a few greys at that almost like a testament to that fact But still you just can’t help but feel that he’s just a shave away from returning to his cherubic self and looking not a day older than he did back in 2002 as he strode out at Trent Bridge and faced up gamely to men who were double his size and age Yes it’s been that long Parthiv Patel has been occupying our television screens — even if not as regularly as he did for the first half of a dozen years — or 14 years now When he joined Mumbai last year he became the first cricketer to represent six different IPL franchises But still more or less Patel’s been an anonymous presence in the IPL making sporadic appearances of note but generally overshadowed by some other power-hitter at the other end He did pretty much that for the whole of last season playing second fiddle to Lendl Simmons who piled on the runs With Rohit Sharma being dismissed off the first ball of the innings in a crucial match against Punjab on Monday the onus was suddenly on Patel to lay the foundation for his team’s mighty middle-order Throughout what has been a rollercoaster of a career Patel’s remained a gutsy batsman who doesn’t back off from a challenge Back in the day it was he despite the inexperience that Sourav Ganguly would often promote as stand-in Test opener regardless of opposition or condition And here at the PCA Stadium Sandeep Sharma was getting the ball to jag both ways while Mitchell Johnson was bowling at his nippiest And at one point Patel skied a weak hook shot to fine-leg only for Johnson to have over-stepped the line — the first no-ball struggling Punjab have conceded all tournament A few overs later Patel looked to have been stumped as he dragged his foot while attempting a cut shot off Axar Patel but survived It was that kind of day It was his day And soon the diminutive left-hander began making the most of his fortune charging down the ground and airlifting Pardeep Sahu over wide long-on At the other end Ambati Rayudu was playing his role of the aggressor to perfection taking risks and pulling them off Rayudu was the first one to reach his half-century armed with four sixes and by the time he exited the scene for his 37-ball 65 the relatively low-profile members of Mumbai’s starcast had added 137 for the second wicket Rayudu’s departure was the license for Patel to cut loose And he did just that hitting four boundaries in five balls When he faced his second free-hit delivery of the day he made room and somehow muscled a length delivery that pitched on leg-stump over the non-striker’s head and beat the mid-off fielder to his left Then almost 18 years to the day a little Indian was going after a big Australian fella and winning the battle And he smashed Johnson for two fours in an over — scything a cover-drive through a packed off-side field and then smacking the next over mid-wicket He did eventually fall to the left-arm quick but his 58-ball 81 had ensured that Mumbai posted a sizable total of 189/6 on the board Return of the Big Show It’s amazing the fear-factor that Glenn Maxwell brings to the crease in the IPL despite rarely having set the stage on fire as you would imagined him to have In fact prior to Monday he had scored one half-century in 32 previous innings in IPL matches on Indian soil But such is his enigmatic ability to produce a knock of spellbinding madness that despite his inconsistency the Big Show’s aura has never left him Though still not at his very best — a Maxwell in full flow will never miss two reverse-sweep attempts in one innings — the Australian maverick did seem to make a welcome return to form for Punjab’s sake with a well-stroked 39-ball 56 Like always he also got into a friendly exchange with Kieron Pollard upon his arrival at the crease He did pull of a few trademark strikes and for a brief period seemed to be posing a meaningful threat to Mumbai’s target But it was never going to be enough Mumbai seamers quash hopes Zaheer Khan and Chris Morris might have something to say about it but few death-bowling pairs have looked more threatening in IPL history than Jasprit Bumrah and Mitchell McClenaghan It has had as much to do with how different they are as bowlers as their uncanny ability to produce yorkers at will While Bumrah mixes up his yorkers with changes of pace by rolling his fingers and the slow bouncer McClenaghan is all brutish in his approach as well as in his deliveries But he too has shown the ability in this tournament to use clever deceptions in terms of pace variations Monday though was all about yorkers in the death and Mumbai’s messengers of death delivered the killer blows to Punjab’s hopes by repeatedly setting off the LEDs as they kept uprooting the stumps For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: January 18 2015 1:27 am Related News A 39-year-old man was arrested on Saturday for allegedly kidnapping a two-year-old boy on January 15 from Seelampur area Police said the child Gautam Raj has been rescued Police said the accused Kishore Kumar Prajapati wanted to marry the child’s mother However she refused Kishore hatched a plan to kidnap the child to pressure the child’s mother to marry him The woman used to work for Kishore in his factory but had quit two months ago “On January 14 Kishore came to her house and took her son out on the pretext of buying him sweets However he did not return He called the woman and threatened to kill her son if she did not marry him He also implicated her husband in a false case” DCP (East) Ajay Kumar said Police raided several places and finally traced Kishore to Azadpur railway station “A police team arrested Kishore from Azadpur railway station and rescued the child Kishore was on his way to Sonepat when he was caught” Kumar said Police said during questioning Kishore revealed that his wife had deserted him and that he wanted to marry the child’s mother For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Published: October 17 2014 1:00 am For Margarita With A Straw (directed by Shonali Bose and Nilesh Maniyar) its producer Viacom 18 Motions Pictures decided to take the same route that was adopted for The Lunchbox Related News By Priyanka Bhadani In recent few years the number of Indian films that have made a mark at the festivals worldwide have grown leaps and bounds In 2014 itself films like Titli Margarita With A Straw Kaatiyabaaz Fandry are among the few that have made a strong buzz at some of the popular and sought after film festivals Last year The Lunchbox by Ritesh Batra was the undisputed festival king and because of the exposure it got at international platforms it was embraced by international distributors and managed to cross theRs100 crore mark over time For Margarita With A Straw (directed by Shonali Bose and Nilesh Maniyar) its producer Viacom 18 Motions Pictures decided to take the same route that was adopted for The Lunchbox Before Margarita… is submitted to the Censor Board for theatrical release in India a well-planned festival trip is scheduled for the film that is a story about a girl suffering from cerebral palsy In fact Margarita… has already made its presence felt at festivals including the Toronto Film Festival where it got a standing ovation followed by the NETPAC Award and the Busan Film Festival It will soon be screened at the BFI London Film Festival too Ajit Andhare COO Viacom 18 Motion Pictures says that the studio wants to make it a “world cinema” “Which is only possible if it is taken to various festivals internationally” he remarks and further states that “Margarita… is not a regular masala Bollywood film it’s a special cinema with a theme that hasn’t been explored much and to make it commercially viable taking it to festivals and create the right buzzword is the best route” says Andhare who wants to replicate the path taken for The Lunchbox Travelling with your film to the festivals world over is the best way to market the film believes film-maker Samit Kakkad whose Marathi film Aayna Ka Bayna — a film about nine boys with a lost childhood in a juvenile home run by a tyrant warden who danced to bring their dreams to life— has travelled to 18 film festivals across the world with the result that it is now being dubbed in Hindi for a television premiere on Sony Max — a first for a Marathi film And while the festivals prove to be a good platform for films with an off-beat theme unfortunately these “made in India” films find recognition on foreign shores even when there are a host of festivals being held in several parts of the country While there’s a lot planned at the 16th Mumbai Film Festival that began earlier this week without being apologetic organiser of the Festival Srinivasan Narayan says “If you are looking at a big international premiere at the festival we don’t have any” Further explaining Narayan says that when a film goes for a premiere at a festival the festival should be capable of propelling it up giving it an international platform publicity and marketing “The fact is that while we are growing as a festival we haven’t reached a level where we could go for international premieres” he says However having said that he also mentions films like Fandry Ship Of Theseus Shahid among others that were screened at the Mumbai Film Festival and went on to become popular at international platforms “The promotion that MFF gives to Indian films is tremendous but that is not enough” says Narayan matter-of-factly That’s the case with almost all the festivals that are held in India While they become a good platform to spread the buzzword about a film they still need to evolve in order to bring business and thus attract more film-makers to opt them as premiere platforms Explaining it rationally Uma Da Cunha the editor of Film India Worldwide who is also associated with some popular film festivals in India like the Mumbai Film Festival and Kochi International Film Festival says that mostly film-makers after showcasing their films at international festivals opt for a theatrical release (like Margarita. has not been sent to the Mumbai Film Festival) “It is mostly a marketing strategy” she says however agreeing that there is always a selection panel that decides which films would be showcased at a fest “How do you question the panel” she remarks as she brings to fore how almost always there’s issue around the the film selected to be sent as India’s nomination to the Oscars” “But then how do you set it right “Either you choose a panel that has far better credentials or I personally feel that a director should not be on a selection panel as it is a little difficult for them to be fair and non-judgmental” remarks Da Cunha who thinks that the panelists make a lot of difference in the final decision “It is because of this many a times good films lose out” says Da Cunha as she also adds that it is a phenomenon prevalent everywhere “However in India because there’s a high quantum of films from many languages the best way to deal with it is to have smaller panels with highly qualified creative people who are not necessarily from the film fraternity” she says However the film-makers aren’t complaining much Vasan Bala whose film 2012 film Peddlers got a lot of critical acclaim at many festivals around the world thinks that the decision to choose an international festival is more because of the business logistics “It is for a wider reach and better sales” says Bala however also bringing to light how film-makers like him who are pushed aside in the Bollywood industry are respected for their work at these festivals But then it’s not that the Indian film festivals are doing a bad job “The people associated to them whether it’s the jury or the organisers or the participants they are trying their best to elevate films that are beyond Bollywood and Hindi cinema” says Bala and adds “At least through these festivals one is whetting the appetite of the Indian audience for a different kind of cinema” The films that are taken to the festivals are usually a departure from what Indian films are usually known for — loud music masaledar plot and star-studded cast and speak an international language That is the reason why Aruna Vasudev film critic and the organiser of the now extinct Asian Cinefan Film Festival and the editor of Cinemaya thinks that international film festivals deem fit for such films “As the themes being picked up to make films are growing the films are resonating more with international audience” she says In fact according to Vasudev it is because of festivals like India International Film Festival MFF Ladakh International film Festival and others held in Kochi Kolkata Delhi that the audience for such cinema is growing and creating a culture that was earlier not known “It’s not that the Indian festivals don’t show films that are picked up or discovered internationally it’s just that due to marketing strategies decided by the people behind the film they come to Indian festivals later than the international platforms” she remarks However Sohum Shah the producer of Ship Of Theseus that was lapped up at all the festivals it was screened at says that a lot of times it’s the timing of the festivals on the basis of which the premiere is decided “We had given our film to both MFF and Toronto Film Festival but since Toronto happened before MFF it became the premiere festival” he says as he mentions that it was at MFF that the film gained momentum “Film festivals like Berlin Cannes or Venice have been around for many years some for more than 50 years while most of the festivals in India are still growing” says Narayan who refers to the recent troubles that Mumbai Academy of the Moving Image that organises MFF faced in organising the festival after the sole sponsor Reliance Industries backed out “When we are struggling to organise the festival the idea of promoting films internationally is a distant dream but we are on that road We need to have a good financial backing and a strong public relations to get that in order” he concludes India Abroad: Films That Made A Mark At International Festivals Margarita With AStraw Directed by Shonali Bose and Nilesh Maniyar the film premiered at the 39th Toronto Film Festival and won the NETPAC Award Titli Directed by Kanu Behl and co-produced by Dibakar Banerjee the film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival 2014 in the Un Certain Regard section Katiyabaaz A documentary directed by Deepti Kakkar and Fahad Mustafa it premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival 2013 and later at many other international festivals The Lunch Box A film by Ritesh Batra it was screened as a part of the International Critics’ Week at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival where it received a standing ovation Aayna Ka Bayna A film by Samit Kakkad it has been screened at 18 International film festivals and mentioned as one of the best films Ship Of Theseus An Anand Gandhi film it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2012 and has subsequently been screened at many other festivals Qissa A 2013 Indian-German film written and directed by Anup Singh it won the Netpac Award for World or International Asian Film at Toronto International Film Festival 2013 Fandry A Marathi film directed by Nagraj Manjule the film has been applauded at the BFI London Film Festival among many other festivals around the world [email protected] For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News RIP Jules Bianchi. he starts to run and is finally 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