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tickets would be made available for the passengers, said a Northern Railways official For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Debesh Banerjee | Published: April 13 2014 2:55 am Shabnam Sukhdev Related News I considered my father a total stranger and I was in denial But I wanted to confront the demons of my past to better understand my present I realised I had to make peace with my father” says Shabnam Sukhdev a documentary filmmaker herself and an alumnus of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Pune The result was a 90-minute documentary The Last Adieu in memory of her father-filmmaker Sukhdev Singh Sandhu better known as Sukhdev who passed away at the age of 46 in 1979 Besides being nominated for the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Festival in 1968 for India 67 (An Indian Day) Sukhdev received almost 35 international and many National Film awards during his two-decade career where he made over 60 films Yet little documentation exists on him Shabnam 49 Advisor Outreach Initiatives at FTII grew up in Worli Mumbai in the ’60s and as a teenager always felt distant from her father who was an experimental documentary filmmaker She was 14 when he passed away leaving behind many unanswered questions “It took me more than 30 years before I could confront my past” she says The Last Adieu was screened at the Films Division in Mumbai last month on Sukhdev’s 35th death anniversary Made with funding from the Films Division which actively supported Sukhdev’s film projects it retraces his journey as an experimental documentary filmmaker With the help of old audio recordings clippings from some of Sukhdev’s films archival photographs and interviews with close friends Shabnam introduces the audience to her father’s genius Rather than focus on the personal equation with her father which was virtually non-existent we get a sense of Sukhdev as the filmmaker “It was unfortunate that very few people knew about him and I felt it is important to make his work known as a benchmark in documentary history in India I wanted to give weightage to Sukhdev the filmmaker and in the process I understood him better” says Shabnam The film has series of interviews with people who worked with him such as Salim Sheikh an assistant director for many of his projects; Partap Sharma a writer and director; Zul Vellani actor and voice-over artiste Baba Azmi cinematographer; Bijon Dasgupta production designer Irshad Panjatan a mime artiste and actor who acted in Khilonewala (1972) and Shashi Kapoor who acted in Sukhdev’s first feature-length fiction film called My Love (1970) Through the documentary one gets an impression of Sukhdev as a workaholic even at home as a result neglecting his family In the documentary Sukhdev says “The tape recorder is my work it is my life” Sukhdev was not among the more sought after filmmakers of Indian cinema at the time But he was branded as an ‘unconvincing filmmaker’ by his contemporaries says Sheikh over the phone from Mumbai who worked with him on many projects such as National Award-winning Behind the Breadline (1974) and After the Silence (1977) Born in 1933 into a Sikh peasant family from Dehradun Sukhdev moved to Mumbai with his father and studied at the Don Bosco school graduating from Khalsa College Mumbai in the Arts Initially he started assisting German filmmaker Paul Zils on his many projects before breaking out as an independent He was a one-man army taking on the responsibility for directing camera work and editing and Sheikh was his sound recordist As filmmaker Shyam Benegal says in the documentary “He had steady shoulders He would prefer to carry his Arri camera on his shoulders all the time” Sukhdev’s work was unique since he broke the protocol of filmmaking and made films he wanted to “He did what he felt was right and nobody could challenge his thoughts” says Sheikh Sukhdev’s other notable works included Nine Months to Freedom (1971) about the genocide in Bangladesh before the 1971 Liberation war; After the Silence (1977) a film on the months after Emergency He briefly ventured into commercial Bollywood films with Reshma Aur Shera (1971) and My Love (1970) During the shooting of the documentary Shabnam went through different emotional phases: of reverence for him confrontation understanding him and then forgiving him “Now I can claim that he was my father I have managed to dispel certain myths about him” says Shabnam For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsHome loan interest cut fails to cheer Puneites For Puneitiesthe union budget had more sorrow than joy with the cost of eating outcigarettesmobile phones set to increaseKanpur:Nothing but a win will keep their play-off hopes alive as defending champions Mumbai Indians take on Gujarat Lions in a do-or-die battle which will be their final IPL league match in Kanpuron Saturday With seven wins in 13 matches Mumbai are currently placed fifth tied on 14 points with Royal Challengers Bangalore (3rd) and Kolkata Knight Riders (4th) — both having better net run-rate with one match to go A loss on Saturdaywill knock them out of the race for play-offs and Mumbai will hope to pull the rug from under the feet of the Lions this time after suffering a defeat during their home leg on April 16 Gujarat on the other hand are at the second spot with 16 points from 13 matches and a victory will seal their play-off berth Mumbai Indians’ players during a practice session PTI However a slip-up will keep the door open for the other teams to sneak in at the last moment and the IPL debutantes will be eager to avoid any such situation after doing all the hard work this season Two-time champions Mumbai have failed to build a winning momentum this season and all their victories have been mostly followed by losses A massive 80-run win against Delhi Daredevils in their last outing on May 15 has boosted Mumbai’s confidence and they would want to carry on the momentum this time Mumbai have depended on captain Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu to score bulk of the runs this season though it was young all-rounder Krunal Pandhya’s 37-ball 86 which did the trick for them in their last match Jos Buttler and Kieron Pollard will be the other batters who will look to step up and perform in tomorrow’s match which otherwise might turn out to be Mumbai’s last appearance this season In bowling seamer Mitchell McClenaghan have led the attack well with 17 wickets in 13 matches and remains the top wicket-taker this season He has been supported well by Jasprit Bumrah with 14 scalps However the performance of the spinners is a concern for Mumbai with Harbhajan Singh managing only 8 wickets so far followed by Pandya with 6 scalps so far Gujarat on the other hand made a rampaging start to the season before facing a slump early this month but they have managed to bounce back in time with a win over Kolkata last night after an embarrassing 144-run loss against Bangalore The fact that skipper Suresh Raina guided the team home with an unbeaten 36-ball 53 will come as a huge relief for the team which has some powerful hitters in Brendon McCullum Aaron Finch and Dwayne Smith In their bowling department Gujarat have depended on seamers Bravo and Dhawal Kulkarni Dwayne Smith’s four-wicket haul against Delhi will also give their attack a huge boost ahead of tomorrow’s clash Spinners Ravindra Jadeja and Pravin Amre have not proved to be a threat and they too will look to make themselves count on Saturday Squads: Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma (C) Corey Anderson Jasprit Bumrah Jos Buttler Unmukt Chand Marchant de Lange Shreyas Gopal Martin Guptill Harbhajan Singh Kishore Kamath Siddhesh Lad Mitchell McClenaghan Hardik Pandya Krunal Pandya Parthiv Patel Kieron Pollard Deepak Punia Nitish Rana Ambati Rayudu Jitesh Sharma Nathu Singh Tim Southee Jagadeesha Suchith Jerome Taylor Vinay Kumar Akshay Wakhare Gujarat Lions: Suresh Raina (C) Dwayne Smith Brendon McCullum Aaron Finch Dinesh Karthik Ravindra Jadeja Dale Steyn James Faulkner Ishan Kishan Praveen Kumar Dhawal Kulkarni Shivil Kaushik Dwayne Bravo Sarabjit Ladda Amit Mishra Akashdeep Nath Paras Dogra Eklavya Dwivedi Shadab Jakati Pradeep Sangwan Jaydev Shah Umang Sharma Pravin Tambe Andrew Tye Match starts at 8pm IST Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: October 30 2012 2:42 am Related News Police on Monday booked a 23-year-old man for raping a 4-year-old girl in New Madhopuri area The accusedUmesh Kumarlived next door to the victims house and he entered her house when her parents were away for work Her mother works as a domestic help in the nearby houses while father is a rickshaw puller My two daughters were playing outside while the third one was inside the room When I came back from work in the afternoonI was shocked to see Umesh lean over my daughter She was bleeding I raised the alarm and the neighbours came to help me? 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