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Before serving,who made her Bollywood debut with Rock On!had a hard time mastering the mannerismstyle and body language right to play the character of Mumtaza middleclass conservative girl in the filmreleasing July 30 “If the film was set in today’s timeI would have taken an entirely different approach to play this part Since the film is set in 70sI had to look at it from the point of view of a girl who had lived in the era gone by Just imagine the difference between a girl from the 70s and today; it’s enormous”said Desai “This character belongs to a conservative Muslim family from the 70s She is so shycoy and reserved Alsowhat had to be kept in mind was her soft spoken nature which means her choice of words and facial expressions had to be very reserved It was tough to play such a part because you have not lived life like her” said Prachi Ever since this Milan Luthria directed film was announcedthere have been so many stories floating around every character in ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai’ being based on some real life personality Ajay Devgn is said to be reprising the character of Haji Mastan while Kangana enacts the role of Sonaan upstart actor in the 70s while Emraan Hashmi is reliving the role of Dawood Ibrahim One wonders who was the reference point for Prachi “It would be unfair to say that all of us have some or the other reference point in the film” the actress said adding that she got inspired by Mumtaz for her looks “The only reference point that I had with Mumtazji and that too from the look perspective Since my character in the film is also called Mumtazit became all the more interesting since I could bring in the charmcutenessinnocence and vulnerability if Mumtazji” said Prachi The actress said she was initially apprehensive to play the role without any reference but director Milan Luthria stopped her from watching old movies because he wanted to preserve the innocence of the character “As for the characterisation by itselfMilan told me not to go by any reference He told me that this character had to be an innocent confidante of Emraan and someone who was very real UltimatelyI played this normal and natural girl who was as realistic as it gets” Prachi said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 2 2009 4:02 am Related News A petition seeking continuation of the zero loadshedding model for PuneThane and Vashi was given an extension for a month V P RajaChairman of Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC) in the order has allowed an extension for a month and directed the Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL)to submit a comprehensive petition that gives details of the power utility’s incentives to add to the electricity generation capacity The order states that steps should be taken by MSEDCL to incentivise decentralised additional power generation capacity and the roadmap for the same MSEDCL should also take action to minimise load shedding in its licensed area of supplyand the roadmap for the same The road map of MSEDCL to supply continuous power to the consumers should specify the milestones to be achieved with time frame The order also directs the MSEDCL to ensure the appointment of a franchisee through competitive bidding process Presently the Tata Power Company has been appointed as an interim franchisee for procuring power for Pune MSEDCL has also been directed to submit the data for increase in power availability due to global meltdown and ground water explorationand at the same time considering the fact that additional power will be required for the agricultural crops The Commission directed the petitioner to submit their comprehensive Petition within one monthby June 30 After the MERC receives the comprehensive petition by MSEDCL then it will issue an order in the matter of approval of reliability charges to be recovered from Pune consumers The MERC has also warned that if the MSEDCL fails to submit a comprehensive petition by June 30 then the order will be discontinued from July 1 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: June 26 2011 12:18 am Related News He has been in Bollywood for four decades nowbut megastar Amitabh Bachchan who returns to the silver screen in a flamboyant avatar in ‘Buddah Hoga Terra Baap’ says that audience does not like him experimenting with his roles The 68-year-old who will be seen playing ‘Viju’ a gangster in colourfulgaudy costumes — hopes that the film goes down well with the audience “I have experimented a lot in my career and the audience has not really liked it much There were some parts in this film that I had problems with and I asked Jagannath (director) to make the changes and he made it” Bachchan said The actor said that he had serious doubts about doing the song and dance sequences in the film “I am soon going to be 70 I had serious doubts about the songdance and action in this film At this ageeverything is difficult But Poori Jagannath was sure that I could pull it off So I started going to the gym regularly” he said in a press conference here to promote his latest film The National Award winning actorwho wore a blue jacket teamed with a colourful printed scarfsaid that he personally likes to go over the top with his looks once in a while “Personally I like experimenting with my looks At times I do wear very extravagant clothes” he said The movie also starring Sonal ChauhanMinissha LambaSonu Sood and veteran like Hema Malini among its cast has Raveena Tandon making a special appearance The film is set to hit the screens on July 1 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News*Update 11 July 11:58 am: HBP’s Board of Directors and its Executive Committee have responded to the the open letter in a 4-page statement released yesterday They say they are “saddened” by the letter and say that cognitive neuroscience will still be a part of the HBP’s Partnering Projects The statement expresses the hope that HBP will unite the neuroscience medical and computing communities An influential group of European neuroscientists is threatening to boycott the Human Brain Project (HBP) the hugely ambitious plan to map the entire human brain in computer models that is slated to receive up to 1 billion in funding from the European Union and its member countries An open letter published today that has so far received 213 signatures sharply criticizes the project for having a narrow focus questions the "quality of the governance" and calls for a tough review and more independent oversight Without that they say they will no longer apply for HBP funding But Henry Markram of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne who leads the project says the signatories have trouble accepting the "methodological paradigm shift" toward computer modeling that the project embodies; he adds that many more neuroscientists still support the project HBP is one of two very ambitious brain research projects now going on; the other a US government initiative called BRAIN (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) has "a much better approach" says Peter Dayan a computational neuroscientist at University College London who has been critical of HBP from the start and has signed the open letter For BRAIN "they decided what we need to develop are the technologies" for research such as recording the activity of groups of neurons at a time rather than trying to simulate the brain in a computer Dayan says Markram launched HBP—which grew out of a Swiss project called Blue Brain—as an attempt to model the entire human brain in silico Some scientists have criticized Blue Brain as a scientific folly and a waste of public money that would sap support from other areas of brain research—although Markram has said they have misunderstood the nature of the project In January 2013 the European Commission announced that HBP was one of two projects selected to receive up to 1 billion under the Future and Emerging Technologies Flagship Initiatives The commission will provide half of the money to HBP; the other half is supposed to come from EU member states although it’s unclear whether that support will materialize The commission’s choice of HBP triggered criticism from scientists (The other project on graphene has been far less controversial) But Markram had hoped that the award would unite the neuroscience field instead of divide it "At the moment everyone is digging in his little corner" he told Science at the time "We are asking the whole world of neuroscience to come together" The opposite has happened "Many laboratories refused to join the project when it was first submitted because of its focus on an overly narrow approach leading to a significant risk that it would fail to meet its goals" says today’s open letter “The notion that we know enough about the brain to know what we should simulate is crazy quite frankly” Dayan says More researchers became concerned about the project more recently after HBP submitted a so-called Framework Proposal Agreement for the second round of funding to the European Commission In it goals and research areas had been further narrowed "including the removal of an entire neuroscience subproject and the consequent deletion of 18 additional laboratories" according to the open letter The nixed subproject called Cognitive Architectures and headed by French neuroscientist Stanislas Dehaene represented all the neuroscience in Europe that isn’t working on a molecular or synaptic level says Zachary Mainen of the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown in Lisbon one of the authors of the letter HBP "is not a democracy it’s Henry’s game and you can either be convinced by his arguments or else you can leave” Mainen says Markram however tells ScienceInsider that canceling the subproject was supported by nine of the 12 HBP board members and that cognitive scientists have had trouble embracing the basic idea behind HBP "They just want to do the same thing they have been doing but the HBP is really about … building technology for sharing and integrating data about providing a common platform for all of neuroscience" he says "It’s a methodological paradigm shift and it’s a very exciting one but not for everybody who does this sort of traditional individual research in the lab" The authors of the letter—which include prominent European neuroscientists—say the European Commission must carry out a thorough and independent review of the entire project and its management "The panel should make binding recommendations concerning the continuation of the HBP as a whole as well as continuation of individual subprojects" the letter says and one or more members of the panel should stay on to serve on an external steering committee for HBP.who lives in a small hut on a tree, He said the young 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