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Let’s not forgetit’s not the filmbut the price that fails For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipanita Nath | Published: November 12 2017 12:27 am Oroon Das and Anirudh Nair in Still and Still Moving a play about “how love in a city can be fractured” Related News In an offbeat theatre in Delhi all five shows of Tadpole Repertory’s new play Quicksand have sold out weeks before opening night The group’s co-founder Neel Chaudhuri is sighted among the audience and then he can’t be seen anymore The other faces of Tadpole actor-directors Bikram “Momo” Ghosh and Kriti Pant stand out with their presence but Chaudhuri must be searched for in a crowd Quicksand probes people’s behaviour in the era of social media and is the first play Chaudhuri 36 has written and directed since 2012’s critically acclaimed Still and Still Moving The day after the last show of Quicksand in Delhi he opens the door of his ground-floor living room in Hauz Khas dressed in the dark self-effacing clothes of backstage crew His shelves are heaped with books and LPs There is a record player that Chaudhuri cleans and listens to every evening “It is one of my habitual things Most of the collection is mine though a lot of it is inherited from my father and grandfather” he says This is where Chaudhuri wrote Quicksand “erratically I don’t wake up in the morning and write for three hours” The plot follows two strangers who have an altercation over jumping queues at an airport The woman films him and uploads it “It began a couple of years ago when a lady posted a picture of a gentleman on Facebook and it went viral What was important to me was not who was right or wrong or did he say something abusive or was she lying Instead it was amazing and alarming that two people who at 820 in the evening were in their own little cocooned worlds overnight attained a kind of celebrity that was irreversible It had a deep-seated effect on their lives — I ended up talking to both of them — that was so interesting that it prompted me to begin working on Quicksand” he says Scrolling through Chaudhuri’s Facebook page it does not appear that he has been to a party met an old friend or liked a cat Traces of his existence emerge only through updates about theatre “I have had a stand-offish relationship with social media I was on Facebook initially and then I got off it for eight or nine years after a friend of mine died and his Facebook page became a memorial site It disturbed me greatly” he says He is back to posting “because it is the best way to promote your work” but prefers writing letters — emails — to tagging “I am probably more private than most other people I know I like to have aspects of my life that are available and alive to me and not open to the rest of the world I am probably anachronistic in some ways” he says He speaks in long looping sentences every word enunciated with old-school attention to pronunciation and diction All the while he focuses intensely “I am a big listener I spend a lot of time observing people and one of the things that I think has evolved a lot in my writing is the ability to pick up an ear for the way people speak” he says Kriti Pant and Neel Sengupta in a scene from Quicksand In rehearsal rooms too Chaudhuri has discussions allows space to others and does not impose “He is the kind of director who expects actors to do their homework and think for themselves” says Ghosh They founded Tadpole Repertory in 2009 though Chaudhuri Ghosh and Pant had begun to make their mark together in 2007 English-language theatre in Delhi at the time was made up of an array of plays inspired by Western playwrights with perhaps a name or setting changed Tadpole emerged as a company that took risks on stories stagecraft and process Oroon Das who plays the lead in Still and Still Moving says “In Neel’s work I always find that there is an authenticity which immediately helps you get into the world that he is putting out” Chaudhuri was brought up in Bangalore where his parents shifted when he was very young His father and mother had a great love for art books and music that he inherited His grandfather was the first cousin of Satyajit Ray based on whose short story Patol Babu Film Star Chaudhuri would write a critically acclaimed and award-winning play Taramandal in 2010 It was at Rishi Valley school that Chaudhuri entered theatre “We had a weekly theatre class with a lady called Poili Sengupta who is a playwright I think she planted some bug in me and it has stayed” he says He was in Class VIII when Sunil Shanbag brought a Vijay Tendulkar play called Cyclewalla and performed it under a big banyan tree “I remember that moment and thinking how such a thing was possible The immersion I was feeling in that story was like magic” he says At St Stephen’s College Chaudhuri played Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream The same year he was chosen for an Israel Horovitz play Line as a cocky young boy who instigates much of the trouble in the plot “I enjoyed that because I had this reputation of being an innocent kind of guy The director said ‘Underneath that sweet veneer I am going to bring out this… haraami’” he adds After a Bachelor’s in history he enrolled in Film Studies at the University of Warwick and went through the entire filmography of Ray for his dissertation He returned to India in 2003 and worked on a number of film festivals till 2006 and plunged into the South East Asian and Asian cinema blooming at the time A lot of the films explored ideas of time and temporality which echo even today in Chaudhuri’s theatre The films also gave him his love for silences After a Bachelor’s in history Neel Chaudhuri enrolled in Film Studies at the University of Warwick and went through the entire filmography of Ray for his dissertation Theatre in urban India has entered a phase of politics that is stridently opposed to the right wing or one that revisits ancient mythological stories and classics either to support sanskar or question it Chaudhuri’s politics is covered in layers and nuances “How do people behave what makes them behave that way how do they relate to each other What changes these relationships The politics is embedded in something else in experience and relationship” he says People are at the centre of his stories cast against pressing events such as an unravelling of a relationship (Still and Still Moving) or irrational jealousy and redemption (A Winter’s Tale) The former comprises vignettes of everyday scenes from the Delhi Metro which brings far-flung areas close to the heart of the city juxtaposed with a love affair between an older and a young man “I didn’t want to write a play about a homosexual love affair and Section 377 I wanted to write a play about how love in a city can be fractured” he says A Brief History of Pantomimes (2008) would be a sharp and searing comment on attitudes towards minorities if it weren’t sheer poetry on stage about a community of people that doesn’t speak “Our primary commitment as a theatre group is storytelling because within that you can do a number of things…You can do the more reflective exercises of who are we where are we at this moment in time where are we headed what are our dreams what are our nightmares” says Chaudhuri For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Geneva | Published: October 6 2017 6:32 pm About 75 per cent of the world’s honey is contaminated with bee-harming pesticides a key factor behind the global decline of the crucial crop pollinators a study has found (Image Source: AP) Top News About 75 per cent of the world’s honey is contaminated with bee-harming pesticides a key factor behind the global decline of the crucial crop pollinators a study has found Researchers from University of Neuchatel in Switzerland tested 198 honey samples for five commonly used neonicotinoids – insecticides that affect the central nervous system of insects Samples were taken across all continents – except Antarctica – as well as numerous isolated islands Overall 75 per cent of all honey samples contained at least one neonicotinoid; of these contaminated samples 30 per cent of contained a single neonicotinoid 45 per cent contained two or more and 10 per cent contained four or five Concentrations were highest in European North American and Asian samples Although the concentrations of neonicotinoids were below levels that the European Union authorises in food and feed products researchers cited some emerging studies on the effects of neonicotinoids in vertebrates such as impaired immune functioning and reduced growth which may result in a re-evaluation of these restrictions As for the effects on bees 34 per cent of honey samples were found to have concentrations of neonicotinoids that are known to be detrimental The results suggest that a substantial proportion of world pollinators are probably affected by neonicotinoids “The findings are alarming neonicotinoids have become so globally ubiquitous that they are now present in 75 per cent of all honey” said Chris Connolly from the University of Dundee who was not involved in the research “The levels of these chemicals detected in honey are unlikely to be a hazard to human health as they are present at very low levels and below the limit authorised for human consumption” Connolly said “However the levels detected are sufficient to affect bee brain function and may hinder their ability to forage on and pollinate our crops and our native plants” he said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: December 15 2010 10:25 am Top News Want to look healthy and attractive Wellall you need to do is a get a good night’s sleepsuggests a new research For the first timesay the authorsthere is scientific backing for the concept of beauty sleep The studyled by John Axelsson from the Karolinska Institutet in Swedeninvestigated the relationship between sleep and perceptions of attractiveness and health The authors believe this research is important in today’s 24-hour society with the number of people suffering from sleep disorders and disturbed sleep on the rise Twenty-three participants between the ages of 18 to 31 took part in the study They were photographed between 2pm and 3pm on two occasionsonce after normal sleep and once after being deprived of sleep Smokers were excluded from the research and no alcohol was allowed for two days prior to the experiment The photographs were taken in a well-lit room and the distance to the camera was fixed During both photography sessions participants wore no make-uphad their hair loose (combed back if they had long hair) and underwent similar cleaning or shaving procedures They were asked to have a relaxedneutral facial expression for both photos Sixty-five observerswho were blinded to the sleep status of the subjectsrated the photographs for attractiveness and whether the individuals looked healthy/unhealthy or tired/not tired The observers judged the faces of sleep-deprived participants as less healthyless attractive and more tired The authors conclude that the facial signals of sleep deprived people affect facial appearance and judgments of attractivenesshealth and tiredness The study has been published on bmjcom For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News4-2 win. can pose a threat not only to individuals but to the outcome of free and fair elections and to the very functioning of a democracy. who has been brought by the CBI to prove sanction to prosecute Sajjan Kumar and other accused under section 153A (causing disharmony between different communities) and 295 (injuring or defiling place of worship with intent to insult the religion of any class) of the IPC. which includes states of Karnataka, It has demonstrated that RJD knows the “art of armtwisting from behind the curtain”. 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Avani was helped by a railway police official. Next in line will be Shashi Chopra (57kg), download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 21,air and noise pollution levels in the city on Diwali were less than previous years, this family of chips took over three years in the making. She was not much active with her work for a year after. Share This Article Related Article “What a Victory ya Abu Baseer… Indian brother got martyred fighting Russians, one pension” for the armed forces, Naresh Saxena (retired Secretary, The second season will debut on Netflix on December 8.

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