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That year, the great Clive Lloyd, Reuters 2 September? before the gunman,performance?I will only do roles my friends give mewhich arent that difficult to perform You once wanted to make Hamlet What happened to it I have done the play as a studentbut while attempting the film adaptationSridhar Raghavan and I realised that its difficult to crack it Hamlets internal conflictthat comprises the heart of the storyappears fakeand is not suited to cinema What about Milan Talkies Milan Talkies is my first out and out love story We are still in the process of casting for it I have been working non-stop for the last three years and I badly want a break Then I will write and see what comes up For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsVisakhapatnam:England skipper Alastair Cook on Mondaysaid Virat Kohli’s knocks proved to be the difference between the two sides after the visiting team’s crushing 246-run defeat against India in the second Test in Visakhapatnam "If you took Virat’s runs out of the game — I know you can’t do that — but we have put their batters under a lot of pressure" Cook said at the post match press conference Kohli followed up his first innings 167 with another 81 in the second essay to set a herculean 405-run target for England and they were bundled out for 158 in 973 overs with India taking eight wickets in a little over one session Alastair Cook was happy with his side despite a big defeat in the 2nd Test at Vizag AFP The scorecard may have indicated a huge English defeat but Cook said there were many positive to take from the match "What’s giving me belief is over 10 days of cricket we have competed very well in India in their conditions Yes we have lost by a big margin but the margin of runs is different We could have played more aggressively and lost by 150 runs or so But we went that way" Cook insisted Counting on the positives before going into the third Test in Mohali Cook said: "Adil Rashid has been excellent in these two games a real step up for him Ali bowled really well Jimmy (James Anderson) is good on his comeback So a lot of good things We have got to put the whole game together to beat India If we can get ahead of them in Mohali then we can put pressure on them" Cook said losing the toss was "massive" and quipped a couple of ‘good tosses’ will turn England’s fortune in the five-Test series which they are training 0-1 "It was a massive toss to lose but in certain periods of game we played some good cricket We can all agree it was a good toss to win Anyone could see that It’s a disappointing loss but we can get ahead of the game then we can put India under pressure We just got to do that right We are still very much in the series A couple of good tosses will help that there’s no doubt about that" said Cook "It doesn’t guarantee any result but on these wickets it’s been very advantageous to bat first The first day was the best day to bat You saw the scoring rates declined as opposed to the first day It was harder to score "And when you concede 455 and you’re 80/5 it’s a long way back That cost us the game But when you’re behind it’s always very hard to recover in these conditions We did show some good skill and fight" he added On Stuart Broad availability for Mohali Cook said it would be a "risk" "I think it depends on how that injury settles I think he was in a lot more pain than people know and showed a hell of a lot of character We don’t know enough about the injury yet because it’s quite an unusual one and you’re speaking to the wrong person about it How much damage you can actually do to it we’ll know in the next 24 hours 48 hours But yes if he plays it will be a big risk" Left-handed batsman Ben Duckett who made his debut in the Bangladesh series last month has been the weak-link and Cook said Jos Buttler may replace the 22-year-old "I think he does Certainly something that the selectors will have a look at It’s hard cricket in your first few games The difference I think is probably quite stark I think from playing in Northamptonshire to playing here suddenly every innings is scrutinised That’s the nature of the beast" he said as the youngster had scores of 13 5 0 in the last three innings However Cook backed him saying: ".Whether it’s a technical flaw or not people are aware of it and there is no doubt it affects guys "Ben is a really talented cricketer and I think we’ll see a lot more of him in an England shirt Whether he plays in Mohali or not the selectors will have to take a call on that But he’s been working incredibly hard He’s the first in the nets this morning last night He’s working hard on his game and whatever decision we’ll see Ben Duckett scoring a lot of runs He’s too good a player not to" England have another injury concern in Zafar Ansari as the left-arm spinner had a back spasm and did not bowl in India’s second innings "He was recovering he could have bowled yesterday but obviously Rash was bowling really well and Broady did a nine-over spell so actually in one sense we didn’t need him and it was probably better for his back He’s had a tough three days physically We do think he’s got a role to play obviously physically we have to make sure he’s alright So we’ll wait and see and will obviously try and pick a team that can win" By: Reuters | Published: April 20 2017 12:35 pm was trapped in the wreckage for more than 90 minutes before being extricated and flown to hospital (Source: Facebook) Top News British Formula Four driver Billy Monger has had his lower legs amputated after an horrific crash at the Donington Park circuit on Sunday series organisers said on Wednesday The 17-year-old who smashed at speed into the back of another car that had halted on the track was trapped in the wreckage for more than 90 minutes before being extricated and flown to hospital “Due to the injuries sustained and despite every effort Billy has sadly had both lower legs amputated” the FIA sanctioned series said in a statement “He has been kept in an induced coma while undergoing surgery from which he is expected to be woken in the next few days” A crowd-funding site was set up to raise funds for the teenager’s medical treatment and recovery with Formula One drivers joining the motorsport community in expressing support on Twitter For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Chennai | Published: April 11 2016 10:08 am Director Badri Venkatesh says upcoming Tamil action comedy “Semma Botha Aagatha” which is on the verge of completion will be a very different film for its lead actor Atharvaa who has also doubled up as the producer Top News Director Badri Venkatesh says upcoming Tamil action comedy “Semma Botha Aagatha” which is on the verge of completion will be a very different film for its lead actor Atharvaa who has also doubled up as the producer “It is a project we are all excited about It is going to be a very different film for Atharvaa whose performance will be a breakout from anything he has done so far It is an extremely contemporary and commercial film” Venkatesh told IANS Though not a complete road film the director says some part of it unfolds on the road “It is a funny take on a guy who does not get drunk Contrary to the title it is a very positive film and we do not endorse drinking By next month we should wrap up the shoot and we are hoping for July or August release” said Venkatesh who has teamed up with Atharvaa for the second time They had previously worked in 2010 Tamil romantic-drama “Baana Kaathadi” “Both of us were supposed to work on another project soon after our first film; however things did not fall in place Atharvaa was extremely kicked about the project we had decided to work on and it was planned to be completely shot in the US” he said “Semma Botha Aagatha” is being bankrolled under Atharvaa’s Kiickass Entertainment “Atharvaa loved the script so much so that he decided to produce it He has a passion for producing and as a producer absolutely had no financial restrictions right from the beginning” he added The film features two heroines — Anaika Soti and Mishti Chakraborty who is making her Tamil cinematic debut Also starring an ensemble cast of John Vijay Karunakaran MS Bhaskar and Mano Bala the films has music by Yuvan Shankar Raja For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Mumbai | Updated: May 12 2017 10:33 am Kings XI Punjab etched a win over Mumbai Indians by 7 runs (Source: BCCI) Top News Mohit holds his nerve to overcome Pollard’s power and ingenuity as Punjab’s Big Show and Little Show keep the Kings alive(Results | Fixtures | Points Table) Pollard’s power and ingenuity They say every run counts in T20 cricket Well it of course does in every game and format of cricket but the narrower margins of success and defeat in the thrill-a-ball nature of T20s just adds that gravitas to the humble single But not if you are Kieron Pollard especially not if your team needs 16 off the last over and you are the only man who could possibly take them over the line So Pollard decided to be ingenious with the first ball of the final over from Mohit Sharma His drilled-drive hadn’t quite been placed well and went straight to Kings XI Punjab skipper Glenn Maxwell A poor weak throw to the wicket-keeper from the Australian meant Pollard and Harbhajan Singh scampered across for a quick two Only for the umpire to signal for a short-run Probably in his hurry to get back Pollard just missed putting his bat behind the popping crease by a few centimeters you thought But replays showed that Pollard had missed it by a few inches Like he wasn’t even bothered about completing the single His focus was only on getting back to the strikers-end and basically take on the challenge completely on his mighty shoulders Off the next ball he showed just why as he clouted a length delivery from Mohit over the deep mid-wicket fence It’s been the West Indian way of winning T20 matches for a while now Pollard might be counted among the most dangerous batsmen in T20 cricket But he’s still old-school in his ways of domination He’s not one for fancy movements The big Trinidadian believes more in standing his ground choosing his spot and then intimidates the bowler into missing his length A good yorker still holds good for Pollard For the chances of him getting under the ball to provide elevation is very dim So the secret to success against Pollard in the death is simple: just hold your nerve and nail your length because if you don’t you’re gone Pollard had already smashed four sixes during his onslaught that had brought Mumbai within touching distance of overcoming a massive target of 231 Hardik Pandya and Karn Sharma had provided a few telling blows from the other end to make Pollard’s job a little easier after Lendl Simmons played a blinder before being snaffled by a one-handed blinder by Martin Guptill at the same spot of the Wankhede Stadium where Ravindra Jadeja’s one rogue foot had given him a let-off in the famous World T20 semifinal last year But here Pollard stood as the ginormous obstacle between Punjab and their chances for a playoff berth And Mohit nailed his length conceding a mere single off the next four balls He produced two genuine yorkers a low full-toss and a dipping wide delivery that Pollard could only swing wildly It was a night when two other young Indian pacers too had shown their ability to keep calm and nail their length Jasprit Bumrah had been at his impressive best-figures of 1/24 in a match that saw over 450 runs scored Then it was the turn of Sandeep Sharma who gave away only seven runs in a crucial penultimate over doing his own bit in keeping Pollard quiet Big Show and Little Show “I don’t think anyone is like me If you find a replica I would love to meet and ask him why” That was Maxwell in 2015 during the tri-series leading up to the World Cup He’d been asked about how he copes with having others “like” him in the Australian ODI middle-order Not one to hold back when it comes to talking himself up had indulged in some humorous vanity But he isn’t far from the truth There aren’t too many replicas of him going around in international cricket And on Thursday the Big Show stole the show for a while with a typically belligerent assault on Harbhajan smashing the veteran for three sixes in one over But his 21-ball 47 ended up being a cameo in Punjab’s big total The real hero of the innings was someone with a more humbler disposition With Wriddhiman Saha at times you want to shake him up and say it’s ok to talk about yourself to talk yourself up While he’s underlined himself as India’s No1 wicket-keeper in Tests and won the respect and admiration of the entire dressing-room Saha is also one of a handful batsmen to score a century in an IPL final And though he ended up seven short of recording his second three-figure score in the IPL he showed why he’s as good an option-despite a lot of young pretenders emerging on the scene-to replace MS Dhoni whenever the former captain decides to step away His early attack on the Mumbai bowlers-with Punjab taking a punt with pushing him to open-was based on manipulating the field with clever glides and flicks and an array of well-placed chips over the in-field that had enough power to hit the boundary ropes or eclipse them on occasions He carried his bat finishing unbeaten on 93 and showed once more that there’s always more to Saha the cricketer than what meets the eye or what you hear him say about himself For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Lens | Updated: June 26 2016 11:21 am Portugal next face a clash on Thursday in Marseille against Poland for a place in the semi-finals (Source: Reuters) Top News Portugal substitute Ricardo Quaresma’s extra-time winner left coach Fernando Santos praising his team for executing his orders after a tactical game of cat-and-mouse with a Croatia side many tipped to win Euro 2016 (RESULTS | STANDINGS) Portugal soaked up enormous pressure with Quaresma heading Cristiano Ronaldo’s parried shot into an empty net in the 117th minute to secure a 1-0 win and put them into the quarter-finals against Poland “It was a very tactical match Portugal tried to take over but Croatia didn’t let us but when they tried to take over we didn’t let them” Santos told reporters “You have to look at both sides of the coin We faced an amazing team” PHOTOS: Poland Wales Portugal through toquarters Portugal conceded possession to Croatia for long spells but the fact that neither side managed a shot on target until Ronaldo’s late effort that led to the goal shows how well the respective teams’ defensive plans worked “We were prepared” Santos added “I got the team ready to fight against Croatia’s strengths and to make the best of (exposing) their weaknesses We didn’t let them counter we paid special attention to that” Santos praised Croatia’s desire to play their brand of football even if it ultimately proved unsuccessful WATCH:Chris Gayle cheers for Portugal afterwin The intriguing tactical battle led to few chances but Santos made no apologies for how the game looked as a spectacle “Sometimes we’d like to play a pretty game but that’s not always how you win tournaments We have evolved in some aspects and that’s what we want to do” Portugal next face a clash on Thursday in Marseille against Poland who beat Switzerland on penalties earlier on Saturday after that game finished 1-1 for a place in the semi-finals READ:Portugal substitute Ricardo Quaresma snatches extra-timewinner “If they’re in the final eight here they must be a very strong team I saw the match Poland played better then Switzerland went up for a bit In extra time it was very balanced “We played Poland in 2012 (striker Robert) Lewandowski is a very good player almost all their players play in the Bundesliga It is going to be a very tough match…” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Your films are a mix of realism and entertainment.

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