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Vikrant: I am playing this character called Shyamal Chatterjee a 23-year-old guy from a small village in West Bengal He is very sharp and intelligent who likes writing and reading and at the same time some conflicted ideas are constantly running in his mind If you actually ask me about the film it is an interpolation of human relationships which is set in 1979 specifically the era telling about how people live in a society and the relationships between them And the story that we are telling through “Shutu” the boy’s perspective is very challenging because its a trilingual film – Hindi English and Bengali – and lot of the dialogues are also colossal The way we converse in our daily lives It is also a kind of challenge for me to get my hands right on Bangla for which Konkona and Tillotama are helping me with it We will be shooting for the film starting this January 27 till March 10 Ques: After doing supporting roles in Lootera and Dil Dhadakne Do you have landed yourself with a meaty role in this film How does it feel working as the lead Vikrant: It feels good I would be lying if I would say that I never wanted to be a lead actor But at the same time I would say it’s a lot of responsibility also it’s too much responsibility There are total 100 people in the unit and a lot is dependent on me The story is being told through you and it is a challenge and I as an individual I think I can perform better under challenge So I am really excited for that and at the same time it feels good to be a protagonist in a story whether it is a TV or a film because you get lot of creative space for yourself And the best thing is that I had never thought in my life that a National Award winning artiste like Konkona would become a director and I would be playing the lead character in that story And then there are amazing souls like Om Puri Tanuja Kalki Koechlin Ranvir Shorey Tillotama Shome Gulshan Devaiah and all these guys are masters of their arts While we haven’t shot for the film yet we have done workshops and it was a good indication that how it’s going to be It will going to be lots of fun also I am in safe hands and probably they will get the best out of me Ques: How different was it shooting for ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ and Gunj since both movies are entirely from different genres Vikrant: That is something which I am not bothered doing kind My first film Lootera was again a period film on a very massive scale and it is was a challenge again and then I did Dil Dhadakne Do which was an outright Bollywood commercial film The experience over there was very different because we were travelling for three months outside India We were on a cruise we ate the best of food we had lot of fun It was a fun loving film and then right after I did ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ with Prakash Jha productions which I shot in Bhopal So it’s amazing that people have faith in me most importantly You sense a feel of achievement and trust when people like Konkona Vikramaditya Motwane Prakash Jha Zoya Akhtar trust you And I am glad that I have done different genres and different films and I hope it continues the spree So it’s amazing to be experimental Ques: Do you feel that ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ helped you earn recognition in the industry Vikrant: Every single thing I have done in my life in the last 12 years be it Doordarshan TV shows it has helped me reach where I am I would not entirely say that because of Dil Dhadakne Do and Lootera I got this I got DDD and Lootera because of my TV shows So you can’t take away all that Balika Vadhu helped me get another work and my other work helped me get Balika Vadhu It is a chain reaction that happens People have been kind enough in recognising me and appreciating my work among some of the biggest names in the industry today And the biggest compliment that I have got was when Aamir Khan called me at 230am in the night and told me that he saw ‘Dil Dhadakne Do’ and said that you have done very good job in the film and we will meet up someday and work with you all the very best It feels good with it Ques: So did you met Aamir after that Vikrant: I couldn’t meet him as I am busy and he is also busy If God wishes we will meet someday Ques: Would you like to work with him Vikrant: Why not I would love to act but more importantly I would love to be directed by him and that will be a different scene altogether Ques: How was it working with the likes of Priyanka Farhan Ranveer Anil Kapoor Vikrant: It was amazing It was a different experience altogether It was very surreal experience because these guys are such wonderful artists that we all are aware of it We have seen them for years but these guys are unbelievable human beings So real so sensitive and so honest and after knowing them personally it feels that whatever these people have achieved they certainly deserve it because they are such honest people Ques: Do you feel ‘Gunj’ will be a path breaking film for you Vikrant: Well actually I have never thought of this It’s a good film it will eventually end up being path breaking film for everyone for my first time director Konkona my first time producer Abhishek Chaubey Honey Trehan and my first film as a lead We are not making any pathbreaking film it’s only that we have a good story and we are going to tell it in a good way And if you check the history the most path breaking and outstanding films were very simple So we are just trying to make ‘Gunj’ and the rest is up to you and the audiences If it becomes good then it is good thing Ques: You are also foraying into film production with 35mm Is it something you always wanted to do Vikrant: Yes yes even if I am being greedy I always wanted to create content and show it to the people I have few stories and ideas which I think I am not bad enough to tell the people I always believed in curating content and the only way to do in our country is by turning producer So then I thought lets turn producer and see how it goes And I also intend to produce feature films someday So 35mm is a short film which is in collaboration with Nivedita Basu So both of us got together we made a good story we thought of making a short film out of it we found the company and thats how it happened The film is shot and finished and I have submitted it to festivals Neeraj Kabi has acted in it Priyanka Bose is in the film and we have one of the finest technicians in the country working on it It’s an amazing feeling meeting the right people and collaborating with them is a different high altogether I thinkThe idea is to make good short films submit it them to festivals beacuse it is a very different platform altogether And I am someone who loves freedom of expression which is more in festivals Whatever is in your mind whatever you have it on your paper you show it to people and it is also a good ground to understand because festivals they have boundaries where world competes with you You learn a lot from different forms of cinema and you get to interact with the people from different parts of the world You get to understand different mind sets of the people and its an open and approachable platform and I feel comfortable there Ques: Who is your dream director that you would like to collaborate with Vikrant: Aamir Khan is one of the them and I am dying to work with Vishal Bhardwaj and Imtiaz Ali And if you ask me if I want to work with only one of them then it has to be Vishal Bhardwaj because he makes one of the finest films Be it Maqbool Omkara Kaminey even if he has not directed but the content that he has curated like Blue Umbrella are one of the finest stories and who would not like to be a part of it For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Related News Vikrant Massey is one of the few actors who has been successful in doing films and TV shows at the same time.” the actor said.” the study says. really hard to do that because we come here with heavy hearts, Seven 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first_img Please enter your comment! On this day in history: August 1st, 1981From The History Channel  TAGSHistory ChannelMusic Television Previous articleBlue Darter takes 2nd at Bowling NationalsNext articleApopka Bowling Team Wins National Title Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address herecenter_img Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom  “If advertisers make the video disco channel a success, the implications for cable television and the recording industry could be far reaching,” wrote a New York Times business columnist in the summer of 1981 about the upcoming premiere of a new cable television network dedicated exclusively to popular music. This prediction proved to be an understatement of historic proportions, though not exactly overnight.Though the premiere of MTV on this day in 1981 would later be seen as the beginning of a whole new era in popular culture, only a few thousand night-owl subscribers to a single northern New Jersey cable system were able to witness the televised revolution.It was just after midnight in the early morning hours of August 1, 1981, that the fledgling Music Television network flickered to life. “Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll” were the words that preceded on opening montage featuring a chunky guitar riff playing over the familiar image of an American astronaut planting an unfamiliar flag on the surface of the moon—a flag emblazoned with a big, block capital “M” and the smaller, handwritten letters “TV.”The video that followed was, famously and prophetically, “Video Killed The Radio Star” by the little-known English electronic new wave duo, the Buggles. Pat Benatar’s “You Better Run” followed, and from there a rotation that featured several songs and videos that might be considered classics of the early MTV era (e.g., “Rapture” by Blondie and “Love Stinks” by the J. Geils Band) and many more that might not (e.g., “Can’t Happen Here” by Rainbow and “Little Susie’s On The Up” by PhD).The roughly 80 different videos that made up that first week’s rotation on MTV probably represented nearly every promotional music video then available. This would change, of course, as MTV proved its ability to break new artists and as record labels responded with ever larger budgets for lavish video productions. But on that first night, as several employees of the fledgling MTV gathered to watch their creation in a New Jersey bar, it is impossible to say how many others actually joined them.Soon enough, however, MTV would spread to cable systems nationwide and begin to exert the cultural influence that has since been credited (or blamed) for everything from Flashdance and Miami Vice to Rick Astley and Attention Deficit Disorder.For more on this day in history, go here. Please enter your name here Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img

The Ross Skeate Diary – So close, yet so far

first_imgThursday May 20, 2010 The Ross Skeate Diary – So close, yet so far Following the epic Top 14 semi final against Clermont, Toulon’s Ross Skeate gives us a report-back on what it was like to come up second in such an incredibly close game of rugby. The Challenge Cup final against Cardiff Blues is next though. We’ve come so far, only to stumble at the final hurdle! What a magic season, only to run out of fairy dust when we needed it most. How close was it, running into extra time and nearly coming away with the victory via Gabi Lovobalvu’s try attempt at the death? How amazing would it have been to come from behind fighting a 10-point deficit? How amazing would it be to be preparing for a Top 14 final?Sadly it was not to be though, and admittedly it was our own errors that let us down on the day. Some people may highlight the refereeing decisions or a few turns of luck that went against us (that freakish drop kick of Brock James comes to mind). 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Often it is the side that plays the least but controls the game the best through their clinical execution that translates into success, even though they do cop a little criticism in the process. If you win though, who honestly cares?Fighting back to 22-all at fulltime was a huge achievement in the context of the game. Jonnys penalty to get us there was amazing and just the reason that we signed him. Extra time though was gut-wrenching and we just couldnt take our chance at the end.But although it was our own mistakes, it was also our fiery ambition that nearly meant the game was ours despite the mistakes we made. Had we been bested soundly by a better side, I would have more reservations about the experience. Had we been completely out of our depth and been easily beaten by the Clermont side, which has not only been together for a number of years but made it to numerous semi-finals together, I would be scratching my head now.But happily that was not the case, our mistakes and our failings on the day are the type that can be rectified and polished with enough experience together and enough maturity as a team. And because we are so fresh to each other, these things will follow quicker than I expect.Certainly we didn’t play semi-final rugby, or at least not the type of semi-final rugby that catapults teams into finals. But we did fight tooth and nail for every inch on that field. I think Clermont can count themselves lucky in some ways.There was a noticeable sigh of relief breathed by all there players after the encounter, but they can also feel that they deserved the victory in the way that they used their experience and attention to details to do what they needed to. 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Chameleon House / Anderson Anderson Architecture

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/58191/chameleon-house-anderson-anderson-architecture Clipboard Photographs Architects: Anderson Anderson Architecture Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/58191/chameleon-house-anderson-anderson-architecture Clipboard Year:  Chameleon House / Anderson Anderson ArchitectureSave this projectSaveChameleon House / Anderson Anderson Architecture United States CopyHouses•United States “COPY” CopyAbout this officeAnderson Anderson ArchitectureOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesUnited StatesPublished on May 01, 2010Cite: “Chameleon House / Anderson Anderson Architecture” 01 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogSinkshansgroheBathroom Mixers – Talis SVinyl Walls3MExterior Vinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ Solid ColorPartitionsSkyfoldRetractable Walls – Stepped & Sloped SpacesDining tablesZeitraumWood Table – TautBathroom AccessoriesBradley Corporation USARoll Towel Dispenser – Electronic TouchlessWoodLunawoodThermowood FacadesAluminium CompositesSculptformClick-on Battens in Victoria GardensMetal PanelsLongboard®Metal Ceilings – DauntlessWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Mass TimberPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesULMA Architectural SolutionsPerforated Facade PanelFiber Cements / CementsDuctal®Rainscreen Cladding Panels for Lightweight Facades in Apartment BlockBricksAcme BrickModular Size BrickMore products »Read commentsSave想阅读文章的中文版本吗?Chameleon House / Anderson Anderson Architecture是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Photographs:  Anthony VizzariText description provided by the architects. This house is a tower rising above the rolling topography of its cherry orchard site, peering outwards toward spectacular westward views of Lake Michigan and the surrounding agricultural landscape. The site is minimally disturbed, other than the mounding of two earthen enclosures adjacent to the tower, created from the excavated earth of the foundation and offering a ground to contrast the tower experience above the treescape. Due to the slope of the site, the family enters at the third level, descending down to the kids’ bedrooms and bath or moving up to the main living spaces which look out over the orchards to Lake Michigan. Save this picture!© Anthony VizzariRecommended ProductsMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsFiber Cements / CementsApavisaTiles – Nanofusion 7.0MetallicsKriskadecorMetal Fabric – Outdoor CladdingA house would appear as an unsympathetic intrusion in this pure landscape, and with its singular vertical presence rising above the orchard, the tower is intended to reflect the austere, scaleless non-particularity of the occasional farm buildings dotted elsewhere on the hills. To help mask the scale, the building is wrapped in a skirting wall of recycled translucent polyethelene slats, standing two feet out from the galvanized sheet metal cladding of the wall surface on aluminum frames that serve also as window washing platforms and emergency exit ladders. The translucent polyethylene material set out over the dully reflective wall cladding is chosen for its ability to gather the light and color of its landscape, dissolving the finely shadowed and haloed structure into the seasonal color cycle of snow, ice and black twig tracery; pale pink blossom clouds; pollen green leaf and grass; golden straw and vivid foliage. The double skin creates a micro-climate and thermal differential around the structure creating a rippling mirage updraft that in the summer sends steaming condensation or in the winter drips melting icicles. Save this picture!© Anthony VizzariIn order to keep costs and on site labor to a minimum, SIPs panels compose the exterior walls. A steel moment frame allows for the height of the structure and for loft like spaces within the main living area. With the use of common materials and industrial detailing, a commercial contractor expects to build the home in six to eight weeks.Save this picture!© Anthony VizzariProject gallerySee allShow lessDesign Against the Elements competitionArticlesThe Box Mix / Manuel MárquezArticles Share Area:  1600 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Chameleon House / Anderson Anderson Architecture Save this picture!© Anthony Vizzari+ 15 Share Houses 2006 ArchDaily Projects “COPY”last_img

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