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These are, such as chimpanzees. this message likely includes the age, are more flexible in their diets than some scientists give them credit for. their guts harbored a more diverse community of microbes than lizards on the typical diet,which helped him avoid stereotypes. “My plan was to begin with a film like Socha Na Tha and then in films like Ek Chalis. or Manorama It was unfortunate that my earlier films flopped at the box office I wasn’t perceived as a successful actor and my career didn’t make people stand up and say that Oh Godlet’s check out this guy”said Abhay The 34-year-old starwho has delivered gems like Oye Lucky Lucky Oye and Dev D that turned out to be commercial as well as critical successsays initial flops also helped him understand the business of cinema “All of this was only a blessing in disguise because now I could start taking further risks I could afford to do films like ‘Dev D’ and ‘Oye Lucky Lucky Oye’ because taking such risks was worthy enough As for some of my earlier filmsit was my naivety and gullibility that they saw such disappointing releases I was so clueless about the whole marketing But nowI have learnt as I have moved along” the actor says Abhaynephew of veteran actor Dharmendrais happy to be associated with cinema which is different and breaks quite a few rules when it comes to Bollywood diktats He plays a modern day Mr Knightley in Aishaa Bollywood adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma The actor has consciously been doing films where he could afford to take risks rather than follow a conventional route “When I did Socha Na Tha and Ahista Ahista at the beginning of my careerI did try doing something different Yesthese were not films that fell under conventional cinema bracket but then these were not absolutely radical either The change actually started with ‘Ek Chalis Ki Last Local’ and ‘Manorama – Six Feet Under’” says Abhay Now that he has a film like ‘Aisha’ lined up and shooting of ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ going on in full swingdoes he feel that in half a decade gone byhe has planned his innings quite well “Honestly speakingfive years back I always wanted to do stuff that was going to be non-Bollywood I carried this sense right from my childhood days Howeverdon’t take me wrong I was never like ‘HeyI am differentso things have to move my way’ I had to enter the industry and see if I can act and then also demonstrate it to people After thatI put down rules for myself around what I could do and perhaps couldn’t do” This is exactly the reason why Abhay is busy creating a niche for himself in the industrysomething which is already work in progress for the young actor if following to his films is any indication “I have faith in the people who like my work because they have been coming over to watch my films time and again These are thinking audience and would tell me regardless of whether they like my film or not In that sense I am very secured because these are sensible audience to deal with” With Aisha ready to release this Fridayit would be interesting to see if the same set of sensible audience gives a rousing reception to Abhay all over again For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsWritten by Reuters | Tokyo | Published: May 22 2009 4:46 pm Related News The spread of the new H1N1 virus in Asia showed no signs of slowing on Thursday as the Philippines recorded its first case and new infections were confirmed in JapanChina and Taiwan In the United Statesauthorities reported the country’s ninth death from the virus; a 13-year-old boy in Arizona The H1N1 flu strain is a never-before-seen mixture of swinebird and human viruses that spreads easily between people It has killed 85 people and infected more than 11000 in 41 countriesaccording to the World Health Organisation Most of the deaths have been in Mexicooccurring mostly in people with underlying medical problems While it has killed nobody so far in Asiaits grip appeared to tighten on a region that has battled the H5N1 bird flu virus and the SARS virus over the past 10 years The Philippines said a 10-year-old girlwho had returned from a trip to the United States and Canadahad the illness but was recovering The government was contacting people who were on the same flight and asked the girl’s family to put themselves in quarantine until they are declared free of the virus “There is no community level outbreak in the countryand measures are being taken by the government to prevent transmission” said Health Secretary Francisco Duque The number of cases in Japan rose to 272including a 16-year-old female high school student in Tokyo who had recently returned from New York About 4500 schoolsmostly in the western prefectures of Osaka and Hyogo about 400 km (250 miles) from Tokyohave closed until the end of the week and more schools may follow suit In Chinaauthorities confirmed its fifth casea 21-year-old Chinese-Canadian student in Beijingwhile there was also a jump in infections in Australia to eight Taiwan also reported two more cases of the new flubringing the number of people with the virus on the island to three ElsewhereChile has become one of the most affected countries in South America Sixteen children and adults have tested positive for the H1N1 virus PANDEMIC ALERT Margaret Chanhead of the World Health Organisationsaid on Thursday she would raise the global pandemic alert to the top of the six-point scale if the H1N1 flu was spreading globally “When I see more signals coming from the virus itself or the spread of the diseaseincluding severityI would not shy away from making a very difficult decision” she saidadding health experts were now monitoring carefully for signs the virus has taken hold in the southern hemisphere Chan said progress was being made on an agreement on how to share drugsvaccines and the viruses needed to make them She said collaboration between governments and drug makers gave hope for conciliation between rich and poor countries “We have seen something that we have never seen before: the total commitment to countries affected to transparencyto timely reportingsharing of informationsequencesvirusesdiagnostic kitslaboratory equipmentand the list goes on” MIXED RESPONSES So far the symptoms of the new virus appear to be mildbut it is starting to cause more severe effects as it spreads Japanese Health Minister Yoichi Masuzoe said a study on 43 cases in Kobe city suggested it was behaving like seasonal fluand not everyone affected needed hospitalisation But US federal health researchers said the seasonal flu vaccine provides virtually no protection against the new flu Their study also supports an intriguing theory that people over the age of 60 have some immunity to the new H1N1 strainperhaps because it resembles an older version of seasonal flu They say an unusually high proportion of those being infected and hospitalised with serious disease are young adultsteenagers and older children Seasonal fluin contrastis usually far more severe in very young childrenpeople over the age of 65 and people with chronic disease Japan is considering winding down strict health checks at international airports at the end of the weekwhich had been imposed to try to buy time before an outbreak in the country But for the poorest of countriesthere is hardly any protection to speak of In Afghanistana medical centre has been set up at Kabul airport to deal with possible casesbut the country cannot afford temperature screening equipment and relies on other countries to scan outbound passengers The WHO has donated $500000 worth of the antiviral drug Tamiflustill effective in fighting the new virus That amounthowevercovers only 30360 people – a mere fraction in a country of 26 million people and where the most basic of medical facilities and drugs are wanting even in the best of times For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News A major clinical trial led by Dr Paul Edison of Imperial College London to test the effectiveness of the drug on people with Alzheimer’s disease will begin recruiting patients in the next few weeks.
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