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religion and development in this country. and helped them cope with the administration’s vindictive disciplinary actions. the minister said that such a situation has developed in the past as well. "The cabinet appealed to all political forces who have expressed concern for people’s lives — be it National Conference, The Chief Minister," Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma said.000 per month.“Until the (Husaini) building collapse the SBUT never bothered to move us out Now they want to evict us immediately warning that if I don’t move to Chunabhatti I will only get allotment in Karjat or Neral” says Ratlamwala While her building may be in as dangerous a condition as Husaini building was before it came crashing down on August 31 Ratlamwala and other residents have a host of questions that they say need to be answered before they move out She adds “How will I commute from Chunabhatti How will I earn” Following the Husaini Manzil collapse over 20 families have already been moved out by SBUT a public charitable trust handling the cluster redevelopment project in Bhendi Bazaar Two families in dilapidated Nandvilas building will be evicted next Monday After the Chunabhatti flats are full residents will be moved to Karjat and Neral “It is sad that it takes an unfortunate incident like this for the tenants to appreciate the gravity of the situation Families are now showing the willingness to accept our offer and move to transit accommodation” SBUT spokesperson said “I am moving out with my mother because everybody is vacating We had no alternative I did not get time to read temporary alternate accommodation agreement because we were made to sign it immediately” said Arif Iqbal who resides on the first floor of Nandvilas adding that SBUT gave no timeline for the redevelopment Iqbal is getting a 250 square feet flat in transit camp as opposed to the current 147 square feet studio flat His wife and three children shifted to Mumbra a day after Husaini building collapsed But Ratlamwala may continue to risk her life in the dilapidated building as other families move out “I want officials to give me a time frame to tell me which building and area they will move me to after redevelopment They have no answers” she said adding she needs assistance to even take a bath and depends on her brother’s family who lives next door Panic stricken residents of Bhendi Bazaar claim they are moving out under pressure unhappy with existing terms of redevelopment but not wanting to risk their life in the century-old buildings Since redevelopment began over 1800 families have been moved into transit accommodation with free maintenance water supply and electricity up to Rs 1600 Construction of phase I is underway and is expected to be completed by 2019 The 165 acre historic Bhendi Bazaar area has 281 cessed buildings that are at least 80 years old data from MHADA shows Of 1800 families rehabilitated by SBUT since 2010 estimated figures indicate that over 1000 families have been moved to Anjeer Wadi and 600 to Gorakhdev near Mazgaon while 200 have been moved to Chunabatti tenements “We plan to bring back over 600 families by 2019 Demolition of buildings and shifting of tenants from other sub-clusters to transit accommodation is also being carried on simultaneously” SBUT spokesperson said Mohammed Engineer who owns a tailoring shop since 45 years in Mariam Manzil says there is uncertainty whether after redevelopment they will retain a ground floor shop “We cannot give away a shop in prime location not knowing where we will be accommodated” Engineer said He owns a 328 square feet shop “The project is a good initiative on paper We have only been told verbally that we’ll get 115 square feet extra but there is lack of proper documentation” his brother Murtaza Engineer adds Polio-affected Fatema Jaffer resides on the second floor of Bootwala building near the now collapsed Husaini Manzil Her family has been asking for a transit camp accommodation near Bhendi Bazaar but in vain Her father suffers from cancer while she is bed-bound and the five-member family claims Chunabatti 40 minutes away is too far to continue treatment for both of them Murtaza Tinwala who was evicted in 2015 under Section 95 (A) of MHADA Act from Sardhariya building under phase I says several residents also want to avail incentive as per amended Development Control Rules (DCR) “SBUT is denying us the actual benefit of redevelopment in carpet area and land conveyance” Tinwala alleges adding that SBUT should have rehabilitated tenants within three years of signing agreements “But they have failed to provide alternate arrangements for everyone in the radius of two kilometers of the project specially those in dilapidated structures” he said Responding to implementation of provisions of the DCR SBUT said that the project has complied with “applicable provisions of regulation 33(9) of DCR” “The government requires the minimum floor area for new units to be 300 square feet but since this is an upliftment project we are providing minimum 350 square feet area” SBUT spokesperson said adding that agreements executed at the time of shifting has details of the existing tenement including name address present area occupied and area to be allotted in the project For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai | Updated: June 9 2017 1:42 pm Gulshan Grover gets candid about the repercussions of Baywatch and xXx failure on Bollywood Related News The original ‘Badman’ of Bollywood Gulshan Grover has been doing few Hindi films but has been a part of various international projects He is one of the first commercial Indian actors to have made the transition from Bollywood to Hollywood and allowed his work to do the talking In a candid conversation with indianexpresscom the star villain talks about why Indian actors find it difficult to find international projects where our actors stand on a global map and why the failure of Deepika Padukone’s xXx and Priyanka Chopra’s Baywatch is a bad sign for Indian actors trying their talent abroad You’ve been a part of various films Bollywood Hollywood and world cinema Your transition from Bollywood to Hollywood never made any noise Why so As you rightly said I am the first commercial Bollywood actor who started the transition from Bollywood to Hollywood There were many reasons for me to do so One of them was that the normal way of growth here is that you struggle then you become successful then you have a lot of trophies in your home then you have lots of hits and then at a certain age you retire and you get a lifetime achievement award Then you sort of grow fat and live your life comfortably Amitabh Bachchan came and changed the latter part of a film star’s life At 50 he grew that white beard and started to do roles that were central in the film of course even if he wasn’t a hero he was as one in the film It was his forward thinking Amitabh Bachchan’s I thought if you have dedicated your life to a passion you have to take it to the next level And that next level for we Indian actors is to go international That is something we are frightened of it is totally out of our comfort zone it is a new place and we are around new people You are a big star back in your country people will respect you and give you work only if you can deliver and not by who you are back home When I went there there was no internet and they didn’t know what work we do our stardom and popularity and what kind of films we have Real Hollywood was not aware of our presence and our work they didn’t know who Amitabh Bachchan is or Shah Rukh Khan is Indian films were only shown in a few Indian pockets there These are the people who thought of commercial Bollywood actors to be incapable and inadequate of talent and world exposure they thought real actors were from theatre or from art cinema My problem with that was that these are my colleagues who are great at what they do and just because they are paid a better salary and because they are popular doesn’t make them bad actors It is just that here they are popular for certain kinds of roles and they recycle these roles for that matter These are some of the reasons I explored the international cinema and I was shocked that people don’t know about the kind of work my colleagues and I do or did It is difficult to sit down big international directors and make them watch a three-hour film without subtitles earlier we didn’t have subtitles on VHS Hollywood was of the opinion that if you want to work in Hollywood leave your country and stay there to work But I wanted to change that Why should we leave our country and go there to find work Do they ask Hugh Grant Nicole Kidman Jackie Chan or Jean Reno to do that Since you’ve acted in at least a dozen international films tell us what difference do you find in Bollywood and Hollywood The large difference in Bollywood and Hollywood or international cinema is that they are more systematic They play well and give authorities responsibilities They have an unemotional approach towards the process of filmmaking People who are responsible for costumes it’s their work to do it actors have to go and perform that’s it Working hours are set the salary is set properly even lunch hours and break are scheduled and followed There is no ‘jugaad’ If an electric plug is not working on set then they just walk off because it is not safe but here the actors wouldn’t even know that they are working in an environment like that there would be someone who would do ‘jugaad’ and make that plug work even if it means playing unsafely There is a system in everything Whereas now we are trying to be systematic here but we depend a lot on our actors and our Indian way of enterprising paired with multitasking However we are not able to compete with their budgets and their way of planning really Kangana Ranaut is popular for giving her inputs when it comes to scripting dialogues etc Do actors abroad also give their inputs and filmmakers appreciate it More so can Indian actors do the same there Not even one Indian actor has reached that position where your thoughts are taken into account and that is not disrespectful It is about what we are translating into; if I am in a movie am I translating into 5 million dollars of business in India where I come from If Shah Rukh Khan is taken in a film will I be able to make 15-20 million dollar business in a film that is 200 million dollars If I am not sure of that then I am making more noise but not translating it into dollars and that’s not what they need So we have not reached that level yet in fact some of the recent releases have hurt our position Like xXx has hurt our stature at the negotiating tableThat we have India’s leading actor with such huge premieres but people didn’t really come to watch the film Unfortunately Baywatch and a film before that too The big last money grossing film from Hollywood is Jungle Book and it had just voices So unless we don’t generate that kind of money we don’t have the negotiating power and anybody who is saying that they are doing well is simply lying When it comes to international stars giving their inputs in the film it happens before filming starts they discuss and everything is put down on paper there are no changes made on the sets It’s not that Hollywood actors are given the script and they are okay with it They discuss there are changes made but it is on a professional level That decision has to be made prior to the process of going into filing That doesn’t happen in India and that has to stop So my younger friend Kangana with whom I did Gangster and I am very very fond of her I love the way she is acting and conducting her career It is a little risky gutsy and courageous for a female to start doing that in India and create a brand of her own She is sending the signals which are pathbreaking and this has never been done before and I applaud her effort How successful she will be is something that we will have to wait and watch You have been the long-standing ‘Badman’ in Bollywood Who do you think has played a great villainous role in recent films First of all a specialised villain a star villain who has an appeal of a star will not happen here for many many years to come and probably that will finish with me I am not saying that I am excellent because there are not many roles for a villain to be a star make an enormous amount of money be a household name Secondly a villain’s screen time is reduced their appearance on screen and posters is marginalised Look at all our films We were once part of the posters now villains don’t get that There is no scope for them to become villain stars I was the last person to get that Many of the villain roles now have lost the dignity of being a villain The casting of villains is now just to create a sensation Look at Dangal the girls are cast perfectly that doesn’t happen for a villain anymore in any film Karan Johar is a villain Amol Gupte is a cast as a villain it’s all just to sensationalise It is not given that a villain doesn’t need to be a good actor this compromises with the dignity of a villain Villains actually take the story forward he introduces wonderful moments and complexity to the story by his opposition It is not an actors fault his position is faltered” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Elections were not held in seven constituencies," He was not immediately available for comment.s humanistic showpiece.

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