Vijay Sethupathi in Super Deluxe.PR HandoutThiagarajan Kumararaja could not have asked for more as his second directorial movie Super Deluxe has earned a lot of positive words even before its theatrical release. The first authentic review about the Tamil film, which has some of the leading names from South India, are out online.Bollywood’s noted author and film critic, Anupama Chopra is raving about Super Deluxe. On her Twitter account, she wrote, “The film to watch this weekend is #Superdeluxe – such a masterful blend of high & low, the sacred & the profane! Thiagarajan Kumararaja (@itisthatis) creates a narrative that encompasses marriage, relationships, religion, politics, porn & life itself! Don’t miss it. [sic]”Her short and crisp review is expected to have a great impact on the movie and lift the spirit of the film team.Writer and filmmaker Sudhish Kamath too has tweeted about Super Deluxe and posted, “My first reaction to #SuperDeluxe was exactly a year ago! The film was still being edited. After this, I have watched the film twice and still plan to catch it in the theatres this week because of how much cinema @itisthatis has packed in three hours. An unpredictable mad ride!: The picture that he shared can be seen below:Indeed, the good words said by the aforementioned people about the Tamil film come as a boost to the makers ahead of the Tamil film’s release on Friday, 29 March. Super Deluxe is a film that you binge watch. So loving shot and the BGM and sound design a glorious reminder of the 80s, Ilayaraja, SPB, Mithun and Bappi Lahiri! And of course love loss betrayal sexuality Universe atoms molecules God Human gender sex and black plastic bags. https://t.co/l2iHmzYoAq— Vasan ??L? (@Vasan_Bala) March 28, 2019Super Deluxe has Vijay Sethupathi, Malayalam actor Fahadh Faasil, Samantha, Ramya Krishnan and Mysskin in the key roles. The film has Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music, PS Vinod and Nirvah Shah’s cinematography and Sathyaraj Natarajan’s editing.The movie is about a couple of characters with different backgrounds, landing in unexpected situations on a fateful day. How their lives are connected will be narrated with lots of twists and turns.My first reaction to #SuperDeluxe was exactly a year ago! The film was still being edited. After this, I have watched the film twice and still plan to catch it in the theatres this week because of how much cinema @itisthatis has packed in three hours. An unpredictable mad ride! pic.twitter.com/iZecJ2Oqoa— Sudhish Kamath (@SudhishKamath) March 28, 2019The major attraction of the movie is Vijay Sethupathi plays the role of a transgender named Priya in Super Deluxe.
Cyrus Mistry, the ousted chairman of Tata Sons, has started the process of shifting out of Bombay House, which is the headquarters of the Tata Group. The move follows Mistry’s abrupt sacking as the chairman of the $103 billion conglomerate last Monday.”The physical shifting process has started,” a senior Tata Group executive confirmed to the Hindu. He also added that the ousted chairman’s belongings were being removed from his office and the process is believed to end by Monday evening.Mistry’s personal staff is relocating his files and books from the chairman’s office, which is located on the fourth floor in the East wing of Bombay House. Mistry reportedly shifted to Bombay House in 2011 when he was appointed as the deputy chairman of Tata Sons. For one year, Mistry was “groomed” by Ratan Tata regarding the functioning of the Tata Group of companies.Cyrus Mistry was appointed chairman of Tata Sons on December 28, 2012. According to sources quoted by the publication, Mistry was supposed to retain the chairmanship for a long run (until his retirement i.e. for a period of three decades). However, his sudden ouster from the company has left India Inc shocked.In the days following his ouster, the Cyrus Mistry- Rata Tata row has only gotten murkier with allegations flying both ways. According to media reports, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) will probe into Mistry’s allegations related to fraudulent transactions and mismanagement of the Tata Group’s aviation ventures.In a letter addressed to the Tata board, Mistry had alleged that he had opposed to Tata’s aviation partnership with Malaysian-based AirAsia Bhd. “A forensic investigation had found fraudulent transactions of 220 million rupees ($3.29 million) involving non-existent parties,” Mistry’s said.Following Mistry’s removal on the basis of his non-performance, Ratan Tata was named the interim chairman of the Tata Group.
Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) director general Major General Abul Hossain sought effective role of international community to resolve Rohingya crisis.“Persecution on Rohingya created a humanitarian catastrophe. Myanmar’s inhumane treatment on Rohingya people forced them to enter Bangladesh fleeing their homes in Rakhine state,” he said.The BGB chief was presenting a keynote on “National, Regional and International Cooperation and its Effectiveness to Enhance Border Security and Safety-Past, Present and Future” on the fourth day on Wednesday at a five-day international symposium in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, said a press release on Thursday.Abul Hossain said Bangladesh gave shelter to the persecuted Rohingyas in the humanitarian ground.“Giving shelter to the Rohingya, our prime minister Sheikh Hasina has set a unique example of generosity and humanity. That is why, different international media called her as mother of humanity” he said.He said, “Prime minister Sheikh Hasina firmly said Myanmar must bring back their nationals.”Saudi Border Guards organised the “1st International Symposium on Land and Maritime Border Security and Safety: Challenges and Solutions” between 15 and 19 October.Some 45 experts on land and maritime border security from 17 countries joined the five-day symposium.