Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Saturday, August 20, 2011
"that is what ma whole campaign is about..."
"Mai karu toh saala character dheela hai..." :-P
Friday, August 19, 2011
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Amaan Ji, Please do tell us something about yourself and Your work?
Born and brought up in bhopal-city of lakes:-). Studied in, ankur, campion and all saints. I hail from a family, which is a hardcore Muslim family with so many kids mashallah :-), and I m the youngest among all. Since birth I was keen towards dancing..after so many advertisements and shows and one movie in childhood, I decided to make career in this field only.
As far as my work is concern, currently I am working as business development executive in an telecom and IT company based in muscat, Oman.also associated with indian fine arts association in oman.
Please tell us, what does dancing and Performing arts mean to you?
for me dancing is the most expressive form of devotion.it moves your body into luminous fluidity,and surrender it
to the inspiration of soul.
What form of dances you are ‘in’ to?
Salsa, hip hop, indo western.
Tell Us something about your accomplishments..
Acted in a movie-ek saans zindagi- directed by basu bhattacharya .and won best foreign movie award in brazil.
-have done couple of shows in mumbai..and "advrtisement" for frooti..
- have also "choreographed" 2006 asian games in Doha. Qatar. And was only indain chooreographer who was awarded by king of qatar his majesty AL thani.
How was the Journey throughout and what challenges you face in this.?
well I believe in the quote.. Try try try until u succeed.. I never give up easily..initially I was not taken sereously by my family.. And like I said before..I had to face many criticism and leg pulling from my surroundings...it was a time when I was told to move out from my college beacause of less attendance.from my family,as a student I was not allowed to take this hobby as a career....
I had to prove my folks with my achievment so that they will allow me to continue.. It was a tuff time... But now I am here.. :-) answering ur questions on my favourite social page.and sharing my secrets to my city...wat else I could ask for..:-)
What is your major source of inspiration?
my family... Initially they didn't like it.. But when they knew that this kid got something in him.. Then they supported me like anything:-)
How did you come across the opportunity to perform for Basu Bhatacharya Ji?
There is a very intresting story related to my first break in this field..It is an intresting incident which happened with me when I was child..my eleder brother was working as relationship agent for environmental movies and ol, and one fine day when I suddenly came from school he told me that call all your heighted firends as I have to take them for screen test of a movie..
I was not asked to come bcz I was not as tall as it was required for the character..so I cld up all my friends..bt all friends forced me to come along as they were so shy.. And not comfortable going alone..so at the time of screening.. I was sitting behind the director, Mr bhattacharya. And just tryng to help my friends to learn and paraphrase the dialogues..
That time he selected me for the lead role:-) and my friend got selected for the 2nd lead:-) shooting for the movie was fun:-)
As You have worked in “Bharat Bhawan” Let us know what facilities Govt is providing to the artists and is the community happy with what being offered to You guys?
If feasible, tell us about your typical day.
Well.. Days starts with eraly morning prayers.. Den exercise... 8-6 I am a total corporate person.. I talk business related to IT and telephone. After 6 I am again a chreographer:-)...alternate days I have visits to art insitute.
Bhopal Being a small city as compared to other Metros, What do you think is the Prospects of the
New Artists coming in this field.
Bhopal is not at all a small city.. It is goldmine for artist..whenever I introduce myself as a bhopali in this
industry I always got a pat on my back.... Crediy goes to all the seniors who have done some killing roles in
the industry..for new artist.. I would like to add.. There's not a short cut to success..' Thokar khake thaur
Places you visit, when you are in Town?
Kaliyasaut dam Is my favourite plave.. As it is near to my house... And I often visit..one narrow road near nadir colny shyamla hills.. Its beautiful
Your comments on Bhopal Gas tragedy, and Compensation given..?
It was an unfortunate accident.. Money can never replace the the damage. Though whatever is approved for the victim has to be provided without any hasles.
If u were a t-shirt, what color would u be? Why?
I would be black.. Because write whatever u will write on it, its basic would never get fade..
Who according to you is the best/ Worst dressed man and women in Hollywood / Bollywood ?
Best is -kangna ranaut and arjun rampal,
Worst is - ahhh I really dnt have idea bout it.. But I guess.. Tushar kapoor can work on his attire..
How does u handle change, be it any..?
As they say change is the only permanent thing in the world..so have to handle it positively.. See whatever haPpens it happens for good..have faith.. And u will realise it soon.
Peoples who inspire You.. and why?
My whole family...though they are not some famous personality or someone.. But for me they are my world..I am even isnpired by my youngest niece:-)
What is your bad quality?
I ask so many questions...:-).. And I heard from sources tht ppl dnt like this..
Tell Us something about Your Favorites’-
Book(s)- walk to remember.
TV show (s): friends, sarabhai vs sarabhai
Time pass:driving, and listening sufi tracks
Passion: dance, acting.
Websites: facebook, live wire, google.
Vehicles: audi Q7, and I still luv ma car back home. Maruti esteem:-)
Tell Us about some Best’(s) in Town/ City, Where you Live.
You are Currently Living in: muscat, oman
Best Cuisine there:omani shavarma and omani sausage
Best Hangout Place: qurum, al bustan
Best View you get, when You are at: qurum beach
You Love this City because:its peaceful..:-)
Last but not the Least your message to the Youngsters?
Don't measure a man's success by how high he climbs...but how high he bounces when he hits the bottom... Guys...believe in destiny.. And just put your best.. In even little things u do... Luv u all:-)
We all thank Mr. Amaan Khan, for the time and his inspirational Words..
If You have any Questions for Mr. Amaan,, You can email Him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, July 23, 2011
the Loud Music and Dancing peoples is fun, and thi is the first time, Iam not at Home for the Birthday!
and Just having a thought, that everthing is gooing fine, and suddenly you realise that You are 27!
Have to accomplish many More things and travl a Lot in this life!
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Musadhar Paus, Khidkit Ubhi rahun paha,
Bagh Majhi athwan yete Ka..
Hath Labav, Tadhatha var Jhel Pavsach pani,
Bagh Majhi athwan yete Ka..
Varya ne Udnare Pavsache them, Chehrya Var Ghe..
Dode Mitun ghe, Tallin Ho,
Nahich Janavla Kahi tar Baher Pad..
Samudra war ye, To Udhanlela Aselch,
Panyat Pay Budavun Ubhi rah.. Vadu sarkel Paya Khalun..
Bagh Majhi Athwan yete Ka...
Mag chalu Lag.. Pavsachya aganit suya tochun Ghe,
CHalat raha, Paus thambe paryanta.. to thambnar nahi..
Shevti Ghari ye.. kapde badlu nakos, Kes Pusu Nakos..
Punha tyach Khidkit ye.. Aata, Navrya Chi vaat bagh.. Bagh Majhi athvan yete ka..
Dara var bel Vajel.. dar Ughad, Navra asel..
Tyachya hathatli Bag Ghe, raincoat to swatach Kadhel..
to Vicharel tula tujhyz Bhijlyacha Karan..
Tu mhan Ghar Gadtae..
Mag chaha kar, Tu hi Ghe..
To Uthun 'Pankaj Udhas' Lavel..
Tu to band kar, Kishor Kumar lav..
Bagh Majhi athvan Yete Ka..
Mag ratra Hoeil.. To Tula kushit Gheil.. Mhanel Tu mala avadtes..
Pan Tu hi tasach Mhan..
Vijhancha Kadkadat Hoil.. Dhagancha Gadghadat Hoeil..
to Tya Kushi var Vadel...
Tyachaya Sharira Kade bagh.. bagh Majhi aathvan Yete ka..
Tyanantar Satad dodyanni chappar pahayla Visaru Nako..
ani Baher cha Paus Nustach Aiknyacha Prayatna kar..
Jhopi janya cha Prayatna kar..
Yetya Pavsat ek divas tari.. Bagh Majhi athvan yeti ka......
Source- Song 'pauus datalela' By- Milind Ingle
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Sunday, July 17, 2011
So Switched to Plan 'B' i.e. Trip to "Kille Rajgadh". We started at 8.00 Am on our Bikes and on the Highway enjoyed the tunnels, Clouds and smooth road!
And after 40 Mins, Of slipping, Falling and Clicking, we Reached to the Chor darwaza of the Fort!
There was a sense of Satisfaction, that we were successfully able to make it, safe and Sound! But again at the same time, there was a thought in the Pia matter, somewhere That "Chadh to gaye, ab Utarenge kaise.. :P" as trekking Uphill we were facing the Hill But we had to face the Valley when we return!
With all this in mind, we Entered the chor darwaza and forget everyhthing.. It was so very Awesome and Cool! The clouds, Ponds, and breeze.. Ahhh! Still feeling the calmness!
and after a typical Maharashtrain Cuisine "Pithla-Bhakar" we Moved towards the main Hill, where Balle Killa Was situated! It was the Most dangerous 2Kms of Trekk! But we all made it safely and Enjoyed a Lot at the Top Most Point of the Hill and The Fort!
While returning, We had Goose Bumps, But we remembered the Old concept "Dar lage to Gana Ga" and we followed it, and It worked! though it was annoying for other Peoples, :P But We were Not intrested in anything except Us, getting Down, Safe and Sound. and We all made it
It was So fun and Adventurous, Thrilling trip I ever had!
Monday, July 11, 2011
The floods completely cutoff the electric and water supply. July 12th was a dark, rainy night in Pune – with rumors still doing the rounds. Some of them pointed to more floods on the way… (even though the dams had been drained empty by then..).
When the flood-waters receded, they left behind a trail of destruction and a muddy mess. The cleanup and rebuilding took many months. The old riverside city landscape changed forever.
New localities (such as Lokmanya Nagar, Gokhale Nagar, etc.) were setup to resettle some of the flood affected citizens. Most of the bridges were damaged and needed fixing and in some cases complete rebuilding.
With Khadakwasla and Panshet dams completely drained, there was no water supply for the city. The Peshwa era Katraj water aqueduct was used to meet some water requirements. Wells were another source. Wadas that had wells had to prominently list ‘Well’ on their main door – so that, the water source could be be made available.
Friday, July 8, 2011
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Herd a Lot about it, and also day dreamed about this place many times, But this is the time where all that is gooing to happen.
Had a peak of it in a very short trip, almos 2 Hours with arun and Dinu, But now it is gooing to be a full On trip..
Many thanks to the mates at Pune, Who are sporting enough o get the Plan and the trip going.!
So almost donw with the planing stuff and If all Goes well, We will left for the on saturday Morning....
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
earlier, We use to have fun after few successive days..
We use make new plans..
We Use to Get Naughty, when You come..
We used to review the Bucket- list's and Implement them, which were made in the last week of month..
we use to wait for you, eagrly... But now a days, Noticed that I have forgotten You..
Please Come back to My life.. I want that sweet 30th Of last Month, Back!
Please Be Mine, again..
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Exerting control at work is definitely a matter of attitude, not gender and attitude comes from self-confidence. In fact, today our male counterparts recognise the talent that we bring to a meeting and ‘that talent’ is actually in some way genderbased, as there are some things that only women can bring in. If as women webelieve in our roles and know that we are adding value, exerting control is going to be effortless,” emphasises Reshma Budhia, division head, Corporate Marketing.
Certainly, ability cannot be evaluated with respect to gender. Nevertheless, the bias against women persists in some industries. “It is widely perceived in the industry that female bosses are not good bosses and given lesser respect and are less popular among employees. Across industries whenever female bosses try to exercise control, it is often not wellreceived. They have to constantly soften their leadership style to gain acceptability within the team. If they try to exert control and command respect, they face tough barriers,” agrees Mridul Shekar, manager – human resource and organisation development, Corbus. She adds, “However, contrary to the perception, female bosses are compassionate, empathetic, patient, detail-oriented and organised.
These qualities give them an edge of being more understanding and tolerable, over their male counterparts.” So, how do we tackle the problem of prejudice against female superiors? “As a maledominated society, the change in employee’s attitude can only come with promoting merit over gender issues. The HR department of the organisation should work towards bridging the gap in the gender disparity within the organisations. One should encourage learning and development for both genders and promote a gender sensitive approach within the organisation.
Apart from this, the male staff should be inducted to change their attitude towards their female counterparts. In turn, the female managers should be trained on exhibiting themselves as bosses/leaders, irrespective of their gender quotient. They must be less emotional and more logical in their approach,” advises Shekar. Budhia feels that somewhere the problem lies with women themselves as they are not sure of themselves. “A woman employee is no more uncommon and women bosses are present across all roles. We, as women, have to stop trying to constantly prove ourselves just because we are women. Instead, we need to just focus on working hard and achieving results.
This change in our perspective will change our attitude to work and will reflect in the way we communicate with others. The attitude change has to come from us. This will automatically make us successful and eliminate several challenges that are genderrelated,” she says!
Monday, June 20, 2011
Well they were flashing it under their so called "Breaking news" Section.
Sunday, June 19, 2011
Say goodbye to long waiting lines in hospitals or clinics. Now, when sick, all you need to do is pick up the phone and dial MeraDoctor.
A phone health service, MeraDoctor was launched this April by Dr Ajay Nair, managing director of mHealth Venture India Pvt Ltd. It is the first service in India to offer unlimited phone consultations with a licensed MBBS doctor. The service is available from 8am to 10pm and can be accessed from anywhere in India.
For a sum of Rs300 for a period of three months, MeraDoctor allows up to six members in a family to speak to a doctor over the phone, explain their symptoms and receive medical advice in the form of over-the-counter drugs (details are sent by SMS once the call is completed) or even home remedies. In some cases, when curative advice can’t be given and a physical examination is needed, the doctor will advise the caller on which hospital they can go to and which tests they should get done.
“We encourage them to call us if they don’t understand their test results or what the doctor told them. Our aim is to answer all queries until the caller is satisfied,” explains Nair, who studied medicine at JJ Medical College before heading off to Harvard in the United States to study public health management.
All the doctors at MeraDoctor besides being trained in internationally accepted phone triage protocol, are also taught to offer a friendly ear to each caller. “Some of our calls go on for 45 minutes. We regularly evaluate our doctors on how comfortable they make the patient feel and whether they explain the condition in simple words without jargon, because most doctors don’t do that,” says Nair, who currently has seven doctors working on shifts.
All the doctors are fluent in Hindi, English and Marathi. In addition, every call is recorded to maintain a clinical history of every caller that is referred to the next time s/he calls.
For more information, call 6133 6133 or visit www.mera-doctor.com.Source: DNA
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
The beeing gud of the day continues Until I got the News that all of the Hostel mates and my roommates are gooin Home, today itself, as they had got confirmations on their travel arrangements.
It feels gud when you think that Someone is gooin Home and see their family almost after 4-5 Months. But its a Pain, when you come to know, that "SomeOne" is not you.. Felt bad as got the news that One of my cousin, who stays with me at the Hostel had also managed to get last minute Reservations, and He is also leaving.
At first time in Life I cursed the "Tatkaal Seva" from Indian Railways.
Anyways, I suggested My brain to Just leave all thoughts apart and try to concentrate on the Mock certification test, which is scheduled tomorrow.
Monday, June 13, 2011
5th Oct 2010:
It was another same day for others, But for me it was a very special day, cuz that was the first day of my Job... After few days the training started and those were really some of my best days at IBM.. Apart from Learning Process and "How to Handel the users"we had lots of fun.. I cant forget those Games of dumb charades, which in the last days of training was really a necessary part of the schedule.. and also Cant forget Pavni Ch, Trying to explaining and acting for a Hindi Movie title.. Pavni, U rock in dumb charades...
In the Last days of training, really enjoyed Barging with Vadali and Arvind, we were really amazed to see both of them Managing it very well... And Talking About the first day on floor, It was memorable, for one of my best buddies than me.. @ saleem Do you remember My friend.. Still cant stop laughing thinking about that day..
also would like to mention about one person, who had been a great Mentor, From the very first day till today, I'd say through My whole Journey... Thanks, Swati, For each and every Answer you gave, about all kind of funny and irrating questions, Doubts, and finding resolutions and last but not the Least, The "Resets" lol!
Apart from all these funny things and happenings, I'ld like to thank all of you Guys... Ashwin Bhai, Srilaxmi and others who are not available on this Platform... and all others who have helped me.. Thanks A lot friends... t hanks, for all the Knowledge you shared with me, Thanks for the wonderful moments we all spend together...
U all have been a great team..
Will Miss ur company..
Sunday, June 12, 2011
Usually the schools starts from the first day of July, in Madhya pradesh.
Some of the Kids were too Happy, Some a bit low, as the vacations are gone. I was just amazed to see Small Kids Most probably of Higher KG's. they looks to be more enthusiastic than their senior counterparts.
Also there were Mum's and Dad's, whom "Rani Bitiya" was goin to school for the first time! They were giving her the final Do's and Dont's at the school..
There was a Bad news, An MLA of Pune, Golden man had passed away.
Felt bad as I searched about him on the web and found that he was a Popular man, amonst the Local peoples. And hence all the shops and markets at this place (Warje, Pune) remains close.
And hence we have to feed upon the Vada Pao..