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Another thing is, WATCH VIDEO: Supreme Court Reserves Order Till Friday On BCCI’s Non Compliance Of Lodha Report ? mainly in government securities. had come to Delhi in January, “I had visited Dhananjay’s family at Chhatna in Bankura as part of psychological recce and felt how a single incident could fill up the minds of the family members with bone-chilling darkness.We met his siblings I will not comment whether he really committed the crime or not but we were definitely affected after seeing the condition of the members of his family and how they are still coping with the incident of hanging” Anirban told PTI The actor also visited the cell at Alipore Central Jail where Dhananjay was kept in the run-up to his hanging and called it “an experience beyond explanation” “I visited the cell and interacted with some of the inmates who were his companions in those days It will be difficult to measure if these two experiences directly played any role when I gave the shots but I had to keep those in mind while performing” he said Anirban added he was unsure if his portrayal had any similarities with the rape-murder convict He however added “I will never replicate Dhananjay but would rather bring out the person within (him) After certain scenes I felt feverish and drained out” Actor Anusha Viswanathan daughter of director Ashok Viswanathan who enacted the victim’s character in the movie said “Director Arindam Sil initially asked me to visit his office in school uniform Then he told me that I would play the role in his film He asked me to study about the incident from media reports and two books written on the episode I can’t possibly imagine what she went through in real life I had to think that I am not that character I felt I would not be able to essay the role if I would be more emotionally involved” Anusha said she was “scared” while enacting the scenes that involved her character with Dhananjay’s “I was scared as I knew what the scene was going to be like But I kept in mind I was just portraying a character like Anirban who seemed to enter a zone before the shoots and interacted little” Talking about the movie Sil said “We are never saying whether Dhananjay was guilty or not We have only made the film based on writings from research work on the events leading to his hanging in 2004 and the aftermath “We are tracing back the events of 1990 when the victim’s body was found After my visit to his native place Chhatna recently I had an uncanny feeling that Dhananjay was staring at me and wanted to say many things I am projecting this Dhananjay as I see and not the Dhananjay we read in papers” The film hits the screens on August 11 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: March 5 2014 9:06 am The uncertainty is tinged with hope that a new governmentin Delhi will give fresh momentum to India-US ties Reuters Related News Presidential cast of India’s poll campaign has generated interest in the US When India’s first elections were held the American magazine Life called them “the greatest mass voting experience in history” The scale sights and sounds of an Indian general election remain unique to this day ensuring that there’s always some amount of interest in the Indian election in the US The extent of that interest however varies Further there’s no one answer to the question “how does the US view the upcoming elections in India” Among those in the policymaking community and the public interested in foreign policy there is an awareness of the elections Attention thus far has been limited but will increase as the poll dates are announced There is more interest in the election this time around than in the previous two cycles — not least because of India’s greater global prominence and because more actors are involved and interested in India-US relations The latter have watched political developments and their impact on Indian policies and priorities in an election year Given that almost every key issue in the relationship today — for example trade and investment energy or education policy — involves a domestic element they are interested in what the Lok Sabha looks like on June 1 Some features of this election make it of special interest There’s the US-style campaign underway with debates televised choreographed events and public relations drives The greater availability of information through websites and social mediaand increased reporting from India have also made the election more accessible There’s little doubt that the Modi factor has added to the interest if not caused it in some instances First elections with big personalities get more attention and Narendra Modi fits the bill Add Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal to the mix and the election seems more presidential Second Modi has been a subject of US Congressional attention and will remain one in the near term with his supporters and detractors active on Capitol Hill and beyond Third there is curiosity about Modi He has been much discussed but little is known about him If he leads his party to victory there are questions not just about whether Modi can deliver on his promises of good growth and governance but also about what kind of PM he will be: for example realistic reformer or ultranationalist strongman tolerant or intolerant US-sceptic or pragmatic US partner The general attitude towards the elections is one of uncertainty While there’s a growing sense that the BJP will emerge as the single largest party with Modi most likely to be the PM there is also an awareness of the limitations of pre-election polling in India and that predictions before the last two general elections were proved wrong Thus there is uncertainty about the coalition that will take office as well as its policies There are questions about the attitude of the future PM towards the US This is not just the case if that PM is Modi (though that might require special handling particularly on Capitol Hill) Indeed some have noted that his stated goals of greater economic growth and a stronger India (especially vis-à-vis China) will necessitate a good working relationship with the US even if not a warm one Others are not so sanguine about the possibility The prospect of a Third Front government or a weak and unstable BJP- or Congress-led coalition is perhaps most unsettling to observers Having said that the breadth and depth of the India-US relationship its importance for India and the nature of the Indian foreign policymaking process limits the broader concern Overall the general uncertainty is tinged with the hope that having a new government in place in Delhi will give fresh momentum to the India-US relationship Beyond India-US relations there is interest in how a new government might deal with other key countries (including China and Pakistan) as well as regional (such as Afghanistan) and global issues There is also great interest not least on the part of the US private sector in the direction Indian economic policy will take Disappointed with the growth slowdown over the last few years many hope for reform and clarity and that pending decisions will be taken There is also hope that an improved economy will lead to a positive change in the narrative of India-US relations But while some expect the elections to be a panacea others feel that it’s better to keep expectations realistic In the meantime most in the US will wait and watch and try to avoid becoming an issue in the election again The writer is director of the India Project at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News BJP on Friday said people have not believed it and were clear about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s "development message". 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