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when the ballet first premiered,it wasn’t received well by the critics and audiences Perhaps being a little ahead of its time it was criticised for being too complex for ballet” Anatoliy Kazatskiy said Top News Anatoliy Kazatskiy director of Royal Russian Ballet on bringing Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece Swan Lake to India If ballet is a merciless attempt at perfection then Swan Lake tends to be its endgame Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s feted masterpiece which first premiered at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow in 1875 Swan Lake is the story of Odette a princess turned into a swan by a wizard’s curse It’s only at night by the lake that she returns to human form The spell can only be broken if one who has not loved before vows to love Odette forever A 19th-century story with roots in Russian folk tales Swan Lake has found many interpretations in the past There is Matthew Bourne’s all-male Swan Lake and many directors have tried contemporary costumes and choreographies But the classic version remains one of the most watched pieces Siri Fort auditorium in Delhi will see nimble bodies swoop across the stage finding their rhythm in breathtaking pirouettes to deliver Royal Russian Ballet director Anatoliy Kazatskiy’s choreography of Swan Lake While ballerina Kozachenko Kateryna will play the Swan Queen and Odile Vána Jan will be Prince Siegfried Presented by Delhi’s Navrasa Duende the ballet is being brought to India for the first time Excerpts from an interview with Kazatskiy: How does a director deliver a classic choreography and yet give it his own touch of originality There has been a trend to try a lot of thematically inspired ballet versions of Swan Lake without claiming these as the original 19th-century production I need to keep in mind that I can modify the script and production but without losing the essence of Tchaikovsky’s original I have to make sure that in essence there is no change from the classical format What makes Swan Lake a cult classic 122 years later Swan Lake is known as the world’s most famous ballet production and the key to its success lies in the universal and timeless appeal of its central theme — that love conquers all The story is as compelling today as it was 122 years ago The technical perfection that a production of Swan Lake requires makes it an absolute visual treat This is why the ballet enjoys a classic status the world over In a country fed on various classical and folk dance forms what do you feel about India’s reception to ballet We were waiting for an opportunity to touch the Indian sub-continent A country with a diverse culture and multiple art forms such as India is always a great place for an artiste to perform What do you think of Tchaikovsky’s iconic score which didn’t find takers back in the day It’s interesting that when the ballet first premiered it wasn’t received well by the critics and audiences Perhaps being a little ahead of its time it was criticised for being too complex for ballet It was only after Tchaikovsky’s death that the virtues of this ballet began to surface and its composer was propelled to the hall of fame as one of the most important masters the world had ever produced All aspects of the ballet from its music to its intricate choreography and immaculate performance have made it a benchmark for all the art forms in the world Anatoliy Kazatskiy Tell us about your trajectory from being a ballet dancer to a choreographer Russian provinces have a culture of ballet and I was inspired to be a ballet dancer Prior to joining the Dance College I studied at the Kharkov Children’s Choreographic School under Mikhail Satunovskiy an honoured artist in Russia On my teacher’s advice I entered Voronezh Choreography College in 1986 and that is where my journey began In 1992 I was invited as a ballet soloist to the Kharkiv National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater and found myself playing a wide variety of performing repertoire — Prince Rothbart Pas de trois Jester (Swan Lake) Prince (Nutcracker) Prince (Sleeping) An invaluable role in my creative development was played by some great ballet masters — Aleksander Kuzmin Viacheslav Mednikov and Mikhail Bezubikov among others Darren Aronofsky’s Academy Award-winning Black Swan (2010) took us deep into the world of ballet You are putting your body through extreme pain yet so many dancers are attracted to this art form Where does the charm lie Ballet is not easy and requires strong willpower fitness and emotional stability among others The artiste needs to be both physically and mentally strong work on his/her dedication to excel in the movements The gift of dancing like a free soul is above and beyond this pain These periods of pain teach us a lot about our body how it makes us strong and can be used to strengthen our inner ballerina On September 22 7 pm On September 23-24 230 pm and 7 pm at Siri Fort auditorium Tickets on Bookmyshow For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 5 2017 3:45 pm Meri Pyaari Bindu Chapter 3: Ayushmann Khurrana has a small role in this clip but Parineeti Chopra doesn’t fail to amaze us Top News ‘How would I be a singer with a name like Bindu Shankar Narayan’ Bindu aks Abhi But his woes are more heart-rending for his name is Abhimanyu Bubla Roy Confused about what we are talking about here Well it is the innocent romance of Bindu (Parineeti Chopra) and Abhi (Ayushmann Khurrana) and we have just reached chapter 3 of Meri Pyaari Bindu Parineeti Chopra is debuting as a singer with Meri Pyaari Bindu Her character Bindu is a budding vocalist who wants to be ‘Kalkatte Ki Madonna’ but takes her inspiration from Lata Mangeshkar She claims that she would have millions of fans one day but to practice Bindu relies on her best buddy Abhimanyu who is a bad singer Interestingly in reality Ayushmann is an amazing singer with a list of hit numbers to his credit Maybe this is what he meant when he mentioned how hard it was for him to unlearn singing The actor said “I had to unlearn singing to play the character in the film Since I am playing a writer who does not know how to sing I actually had to act that up” However dear Ayushmann you just cannot go wrong with those musical notes even though you tried pretty hard Check out Meri Pyaari Bindu Chapter 3: This video takes you on a ride through iconic musical eras of Bollywood While it begins with Disco 82 sung by Lata Mangeshkar and Bappi Lahiri at the end it makes us nostalgic with Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’s ‘Zara Sa Jhoom Lun Mein’ But yeah the answer of Ayushmann is different While Shah Rukh Khan says ‘no’ Ayushmann says ‘please do’ Also read |Meri Pyaari Bindu trailer chapter 2: Have a look at Parineeti Chopra Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘jawaani ka josh’ The sweet innocent romance between the couple is just too cute and we definitely want to know more about Abhi and Bindu So what’s the book Abhi is writing Meri Pyaari Bindu of course There is more to come hang in there for Chapter 4 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: August 2 2017 12:08 am Dhyan Chand (L) en route to the 1936 Berlin Games Top News Former India hockey captain Dhanraj Pillay said that the legendary Dhyan Chand should be bestowed with the Bharat Ratna as soon as possible “I hope he (Dhyan Chand) is awarded the Bharat Ratna as soon as possible He was not only a great player he was a hockey magician There would have been no controversy had he been given the award by now” Pillay said while receiving East Bengal’s highest honour Bharat Gaurav at their 98th Foundation Day celebrations Pillay said he learnt the killer instinct in his game from East Bengal “East Bengal fought till the end which was also in my DNA I followed the likes of Bhaichung Bhutia Chima Okorie… I met Bhaichung in Malaysia when he was playing at club level” he said Pillay said getting Bharat Gaurav feels like getting India’s highest civilian honour Bharat Ratna “This feels like Bharat Ratna to me I am overwhelmed that the club has considered me worthy of this award” the former Indian star hockey player said “I feel honoured that a club known for its football gave this recognition to a hockey player But we should also remember that East Bengal had a good record in hockey in the 1970s and 1980s” Pillay is the second hockey player to be conferred with East Bengal’s Bharat Gaurav after Leslie Claudius “Leslie Claudius is an idol to me and I am really proud that I am getting the award which Claudius got earlier I can’t compare myself with him He was a genius” Pillay said “Claudius helped me a lot during my playing days When I was out of form he gave me a lot of tips which helped He was just like a mentor” he said Pillay further urged the national hockey team to be consistent before next year’s World Cup in Bhubaneswar “We have to be consistent in all five matches and can’t afford to lose points In the Hockey World League we beat Pakistan but lost to Canada and Malaysia We tend to concede bgoals in closing stages” East Bengal also felicitated former India stalwarts Syed Nayeemuddin and Subhas Bhowmick with Lifetime Achievement Awards at the function “I completed a circle today” Bhowmick one of the popular faces of East Bengal said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Published: September 8 2017 9:36 am Rafael Nadal will face Juan Martin del Potro in the US Open semi-final (Source: Reuters) Related News Juan Martin del Potro and Rafa Nadal are still expected to produce some spectacular fireworks at the US Open on Friday even if it was not the semi-final many fans had been hoping for Argentine del Potro ruined the potential Nadal showdown with Roger Federer in the semi-final with a superb defeat of the Swiss maestro on Wednesday Del Potro and Nadal have met 13 times but many fans will look to their clash at the same point at Flushing Meadows in 2009 when the Argentine beat the Spaniard He then went on to beat Federer in a five-set thriller in the final to lift his only grand slam title Del Potro has charmed the New York crowd with his inspired run highlighted by a fourth round comeback from two sets down to topple sixth seed Dominic Thiem “Physically I’m not in the perfect conditions but when you play semi-finals on the grand slam everything can happen” said Del Potro who has also had to fight off illness “So you must be ready for the chance and playing against Rafa in my favorite tournament I will try to enjoy the atmosphere the game and I know if I play my best tennis I could be a danger for him” With flag-waving Argentine fans coming out in force to back their man the atmosphere around del Potro matches has rivaled that of a soccer game Nadal however can draw on considerable fan support of his own and the Spaniard has given his supporters plenty to cheer with two ruthless straight sets victories in his last two matches Nadal and Del Potro will be the undisputed headliners on Friday with the other clash featuring 12th seeded Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta and South African Kevin Anderson both of whom are playing their first grand slam semi-final Anderson booked his place in the last four by beating the last American Sam Querrey while Busta had the easiest path to the last four without facing a player ranked inside the top 25 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by D K Singh | Published: October 26 2012 1:35 am Related News Amid growing suspense and speculation over the Cabinet reshuffle expected shortlyall eyes are on Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi who is said to be playing a key role in the exercise Whatever interventions he makesit will send out a clear message to the party rank and file about his intent as he prepares to assume a bigger organisational responsibility While inducting young faces would be in sync with Rahuls stated objective of giving a bigger role to the youththe question is whether it will usher more efficiency in governance or yield electoral dividends for the Congress For instancePradeep Kumar Jains induction in the union council of ministers had little effect on the partys fortunes in Bundelkhand in the last Assembly elections Will Rahul break away from the partys fixation with the politics of identity and symbolism Since his induction as AICC general secretary in 2007identity politics has marked Rahuls political odyssey He was a saviour of tribals of Niyamgiri Hills in Orissaof Dalits of Mirchpur village in Haryanaof Muslims of Gopalgarh in Rajasthanof farmers in Bhatta Parsaul and of migrants in Mumbai But these cameos lacked consistencyas he seldom went back to these areas to resolve the core issues His choice of nominees for the union council of ministers is expected to reflect his priorities his agenda for the UPA government for its remaining term Will he opt for activists Meenakshi Natarajan to rein in the media and Jyoti Mirdha for environment or will he hand over the reins of crucial ministries to doers who can carry forward the recently gained momentum in governanceregardless of their age Given the limited options in the grand old party and the current political atmosphere in which dropping or changing a ministers portfolio may be projected as the Oppositions victoryRahul may not have much leeway to go in for a drastic overhaul But his imprint on the revamped Cabinet will be an indicator of his vision for the country and the party Deepak is a senior assistant editor based in New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister ArvindKejriwal has said that "ascribing motives" to people who haveexpressed a sense of insecurity in the country today would beincorrect and that it is the government’s responsibility toensure justice for all? He was paid Rs 4 lakh but ended up spending it for treatment of his younger brother Sanjeev, Rajesh desperately needed the money to pay off debts and as Prabhu had blocked the only way of paying his debts off, Top News 2016 has been a busy year for Sonakshi Sinha, According to the official," This has generated a tremendous response and thousands of comments and views are pouring in on the specially-created open forums on ‘Narendra Modi App’ and ‘MyGov’ portal,000 suggestions were made on ‘MyGov’ portal, and Afghanistan (2013) was heretofore his most negative verdict, If the PM is ready to inject some strategic content to its engagement with the Gulf, the person who allegedly uploaded videos.

noting that prima facie it appeared that Sakshi Bhardwaj, “All set for a sundar,a protest by Muslims turned violent by the handiwork of some miscreants. In its reportthe paper quotes some eyewitnesses saying that the miscreants were disguised (naqaab posh) or hiding their faces with handkerchiefs and pelting stones at the people as well as at media representatives and policemen?would result in danger, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury said: "The BJP would be stopped in Tripura in its continuing (string of) election victories and this would be its Waterloo.police were busy taming the black flags waiving protesters who had gathered outside the Ravindra Bhavan Complex, But organising exhibitions or setting up institutes requires money and he wasn’t interested in going around looking for sponsorship.

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