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Trade analyst Taran Adarsh announced this news on Twitter He wrote “Earlier #Kaabil was to release from 6 pm onwards… Decision changed… #Kaabil shows will now commence from morning itself on 25 Jan” Well will Raees’ team have a strategy to counter attack this move Only Shah Rukh has the answer to it Look at some more stills from Kaabil: It is interesting how both the actors have geared up to promote their films on different sets as well as on the social media In fact the two recently released a dialogue promo on the same day as if they are keeping a tab on what the other is planning to do Also read |I am not worried about Raees Kaabil clash: Sanjay Gupta With both the films releasing on the same day we are super eager to know which film will have an upper hand on the very first day of their release Shah Rukh in and as Raees is winning hearts with his dialogues dance moves and looks but Hrithik’s character of Rohan Bhatnagar is looking strong too For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Krishna Vamsi | Hyderabad | Published: December 20 2016 2:33 pm Aishwaryaa Dhanush along with Rana Daggubati and Uma Sudhir at book launch event in Hyderabad (Source: Express photo) Top News From being a mother of two sons to an author actor India’s goodwill ambassador to the UN and yet being most famous for being the daughter of superstar Rajinikanth Aishwaryaa Rajinikanth Dhanush has a lot of emotions packed in her debut book Standing on an Apple Box The book is a memoir of her journey as a star’s daughter and other roles she has played in her life In the last leg of her book promotion that happened in Hyderabad on Monday the actor was also joined by Tollywood hunk Rana Daggubati for a conversation talking about her book and their close relations with the filmy worlds “With the many roles in my life apple box is something that has been constant throughout It has been always there: in the set whenever I used to go to my dad’s shoot my husband’s shoot and even when I started shooting There are days when there would be a lot of chaos and confusion but there is always there would always be that place where I would go and sit and that’s on the apple box” explained why Aishwaryaa felt that title was apt for the book A personal journey through her memories as a child she said she never realised how big a personality her father was”I think it was very different for me It was a collective decision by my family to keep us away from limelight and media We never realized who our dad was because he was as simple and as real as any man when he came home That was maybe the beauty of it and we felt that we had a normal childhood My father never came with that aura of a superstar or at least my mother filtered it So we knew who our dad was but never so much to think that he was that larger-than-life figure” she said Being a mother to two sons whose father is a star feels like history repeating itself to Aishwarya She said she is “60 per cent” of what her mother is Aishwaryaa directed three films and acted but she never imagined herself being an actor “The whole idea of being an actress was never there and I am happy with where I am in my life right now” she shared However she also thinks it’s an absurd idea to compare herself with Rajinikanth or Dhanush “It is really stupid to compare or gauge my success with that of my husband’s or father’s If I do I guess I will suffer from depression because I can never match up to them and if I start doing that it will stunt my growth too” she added A little from her upbringing and a little from her social activities in women upliftment with UN Aishwarya thinks feminism is avery important idea to be nurtured “I have two boys at home and I am bringing them up as feminists because I feel feminism is not a bad word Feminism is not about hating men it is about respecting women and I think every mother should bring up their kids like that” she said Rana Daggubati also echoed similar sentiments but for the star diverse upbringing in his life played a key role that made him the actor he is “I started off with films I was a VFX supervisor Then I sold my company and went away I tried to do little other things for a little while I was trying to do food processing I was trying to make chili powder and turmeric at one point and I ran a BPO My family had also come from diverse backgrounds to meet on a common platform called cinema My grandfather was a farmer my father was an engineer who became a filmmaker my uncle (Venkatesh) studied MBA and became an actor but they all converged into movies I always had a bunch of people who were different and this why I am what I am” Rana said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPublished: February 22 2014 12:16 am Negotiators from Pakistani Taliban committee (AP) Related News Peace negotiators hadn’t yet stopped high-fiving when the talks collapsed after a Taliban-claimed attack killed 13 policemen in Karachi Pakistan says that by talking to a Pakistani panel of negotiators the Taliban has recognised the constitution of Pakistan; the Taliban says Pakistan has de facto lifted its ban on Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) by officially talking to its panel As if to rebut the Pakistani assumption the Taliban spokesperson Shahidullah Shahid says the Taliban aspires to making its chief Mullah Fazlullah the caliph of Pakistan under a suzerain in Afghanistan Mullah Omar the “amirul-momineen” of a universal state that will come into being after the Taliban’s triumphal return to the throne of Kabul One of the Taliban negotiators Maulana Abdul Aziz of the rebellious Lal Masjid fame has made the constitutional state of Pakistan shake in its tracks by saying: “the Taliban are most interested in implementing Sharia law in Pakistan” and that the US military presence in Afghanistan was “a very small factor” in the fight While the two sides talk and constantly “break” news to TV channels that the chances of success are bright terrorist attacks have continued at the rate of one a day since the government announced the talks — the human casualty figure is eight innocent Pakistanis dead a day Of course the Taliban denies it is killing while talking despite its signature on every incident But last week it broke the Pakistani heart by actually claiming that it had 13 police commandos employed at INR 700 per month killed in Karachi Instead of questioning the TTP on its double dealing pro-talks politicians accept that the terrorists could not kill after they had given their pious word and blame the “foreign hand” which doesn’t want peace in the country An official has dutifully announced that Islamabad was crawling with Khad and Mossad spies; another has allegedly arrested an Indian spy near the saintly shrine of Data Darbar of Lahore Politicians fulminate against Blackwater and other elements to whom America has outsourced the job of scuttling peace talks So while peace-loving Pakistan and the TTP engage in talks Israel India and the Karzai government led by the US were killing innocent Pakistanis including ironically Christians Clerics wielding clout by reason of their well-funded madrassas reject the Taliban’s recourse to terror but feel empowered by their challenge to the “pagan” state and are fulminating against the “obscenity of culture” and “nudity of women” the latter reference being to unveiled women out shopping among men The world may feel faint in disbelief but in Pakistan there is a consensus over this galloping narrative of the “wrong war” The consensus is so strong that even those who know better will go on TV saying Pervez Musharraf committed a blunder by accepting UN Security Council Resolution 1373 under Chapter VII of the UN Charter and joining the war on terrorism Only they omit mentioning the unanimous resolution unvetoed by China after refusing which an already economically challenged Pakistan would have suffered sanctions perhaps including invasion There is an unconscionable conflation of the 2001 US-led invasion of Afghanistan under a UN resolution which Pakistan accepted with the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq without a UN resolution which Turkey refused to join to whip the populace into self-flagellation over how Turkey was more of a “man” than a Pakistan led by the chicken-hearted Musharraf who must now be hanged post-haste by an itching judiciary Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had tested the bomb in 1998 thinking Pakistan would soar to new heights after becoming a nuclear power only to see padlocks on the Karachi stock exchange the following day Sanctions were clamped and the national economy went belly-up when Musharraf thought of overthrowing the government But he was on thin ice when 9/11 happened planned by al-Qaeda in Pakistan and executed author Akbar Ahmed tells us by the Yemeni tribesmen of Saudi Arabia who visited Pakistan to go up to Afghanistan and meet fellow tribesman Osama bin Laden before betaking themselves to the World Trade Centre The US asked Kabul to hand over bin Laden but Mullah Omar refused some say on Pakistani bidding Washington was in an ugly mood after having been snubbed by the Taliban government It threatened Pakistan knowing there were a whole lot of “surprised” Pakistani agents bunched up in Kunduz in the north of Afghanistan helping Kabul tame the non-Pashtun population of Mazar-e-Sharif who would need evacuation There were also other reasons why Musharraf got cold feet This is what an observer wrote about the UN resolution after 9/11: “The resolution passed on September 28 2011 was among the most radical of all UN resolutions ever considered Security Council Resolution 1373 called on states to freeze terrorist financing pass anti-terrorism laws prevent suspected terrorists from travelling across international borders and order that asylum seekers be screened for possible terrorist ties It did this all under the rubric of Chapter 7 of the UN Charter thereby making these dictates binding under international law This is where it was a step farther than the Security Council had ever gone before “Resolution 1373 was the one and only time that the Security Council forced all UN member states to revise national laws to comply with an international standard This was a massive expansion of the powers of the Security Council and the UN in general and it reflected the urgency felt by the Security Council at the time According to official records the Council session that passed this resolution lasted only three minutes There was no formal open debate about this new vision for the Security Council” Musharraf may also have caved because of the American “option” of India as the UN forces’ launching pad easily winning his India-hating commanders’ approval However by agreeing to fight against the warriors Pakistan had originally unleashed in the region as an “asymmetric proxy” Musharraf got many undeserved concessions we can condemn only on the basis of terrorism-induced hindsight in 2014 By joining the war on terrorism Pakistan got some of its debt written off massive amounts of debt repayment rescheduled and was able to come out of the curse of the Pressler sanctions and go back to the familiar condition of lapping up new military hardware in an increasingly primitive cross-border warfare ambience in which the “soldiers of Islam” were replacing the modern fighter Musharraf sacked the “jihadi” generals who didn’t want to fight the American war against elements they had helped spawn In return he got a buoyant economy growing at the rate of 7 per cent of the GDP that people today remember as a temporary utopia when food was plentiful and one could buy a car with a cheap bank loan From an unthinking commando who blundered into Kargil he became a statesman normalising relations with India which the rulers that followed him — Zardari and Sharif — were not allowed to do Pakistan wants to fight the Taliban but it doesn’t have the capacity to do so Imran Khan says the army told Sharif last year that chances of success against them were 40 per cent — that is defeat — and nuclear Pakistan hates a scared outside world too much to accept help The writer is consulting editor ‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAmid speculation of leading the Congresscampaign in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Tuesday metstateparty affairs in-charge? At least 12 cities would ultimately be selected if the FIFA Congress picks the joint bid when it votes in June 2018. the issue is being discussed in Delhi. The budget speech and the initiatives outlined by former FM Pranab Mukherjee not only failed to meet those expectations.

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