Ravi Kishan’s enthusiasm reveals the charm of upcoming LuvKush Ramleela this Year!
As the time coming near day by day, the entire team of LuvKush Ramleela is gearing up enthusiastically for the biggest blast of the year. According to the latest press conference held by Ramleela committee, few B-town stars were there to beat the heat with their presence, which includes Ravi Kishan, who was witnessed with full of passion for the same. Along with him, Amita Nagiya, Sheeba, Manini Mishra were also present.
The chairperson of the LuvKush Ramleela committee Ashok Aggarwal, as lastly revealed the characters, Avtar Gill will be playing the role of ‘Khar’ where as the role of Meghnad will be played by Shahbaz Khan. Rupa Dutta, who has also played the role of Sita previously, will be playing the role of Kekai this year. Vishal Kawar will be Ram, Sita will be Shubhi Sharma, Manoj Tiwari will be seen as Angad, Anup Jalota as Kevat, Shankar Sahni as Raja Dashrath. Raza Murad will portray the role of Kumbhkaran, Surendra Pal will be Raja Janak, Jagdish Kaliraman, will be playing Hanuman this year. Mukesh Rishi will play the role of Raavan, whereas Vindu Dara Singh will be Parshuram.
Therefore, Ravi Kishan will be portraying the character Narad, Amita will be seen as Sumitra, Sheeba will be seen as Kaushalya and Manini will play the role of Kekai. Well, as per the information revealed LuvKush Ramleela is getting ready to mesmerize its devotees with great performances and surprises as well.
The 40-year-old Nation’s biggest LuvKush Ramleela will be showcased from 21st September till 1st October 2017.
TOI churns out Lies in matters of Economy of Gujarat. Today for example TOI reported 25 Dams in Saurashtra are 90% plus full. But official data clipped here all are Pigmy dams.
Even as there was 28.8% increase in rainfall over Saurashtra & Kutchh, 2-3 times over area of Punjab but 138+20 =158 Dams Gross Storage was 486.68 MCM on 11-07-2017 increased to 608.18 MCM. This region contributes 70% of Agricultural Produce of Gujarat.
158 Dams in Saurashtra-Kutchh serving 40m population has on avg 4 MCM – Delhi consumers 2-3 MCM per day, Dam Storages Can’t meet daily Municipal Water Needs of the region – This Tragic Fact and 70 Years achievement.
When there is Heavy Rains GATES OF DAMS are opened up to save Small Dams – TOI when Delightfully Reporting 25 Dams overflowing when just 4 small dams were 100% full, 4 more 90%+ full, 21 let FLOODS PASS THROUGH & LOST TO SEA.
90% Agriculture in Gujarat Depend on Rains or Tube-Wells – Low Productivity or High Cost irrigation – but 1500 Gujarat Farmers are under IT Net.
Avg 25% Growth in Rainfall in 4 Days But Gross Dam Storage Grows Just 3.42%.
Rainfall in mm & Dam Storages in MCM in Gujarat from 11-15July, 2017
The Indian men’s basketball team lost to Iraq 68-86 on the first day of the William Jones Cup, but there were some positives to take heart from.
Power forward Amjyot Singh Gill put in another standout performance, continuing his good form from the BRICS Games, with 22 points and 6 rebounds.
Collectively, the Indian team’s shooting from beyond the arc was also very impressive, making 12 three pointers at a 55% conversion rate.
Next up, the Indian men play South Korea on 16th July at 1100 hrs CST (0830 IST).
Bengaluru, 15th July 2017: The Indian men’s basketball team lost to Iraq’s National Team 68-86 on the first day of the William Jones Cup, but there were many positives to draw from the performance. The Indians raced to an early lead after the end of the first quarter, but relinquished it after being outscored 28-13 in the second quarter.
Forward Amjyot Singh Gill continued his good form from the BRICS Games, with 22 points and 6 rebounds. He was also money from downtown making 4 of 6 from beyond the arc.
There were also enthusing displays from youngsters Gurvinder Singh Gill (10 points and 5 rebounds) and Ambati Prudhvishwar Reddy (11 points and 4 assists). Collectively, the Indian team’s shooting from three point range was very impressive, as they made 12 three pointers on a 55% conversion rate.
India though will need to work on reducing its turnovers (33) as it takes on South Korea’s National Team on 16th July at 1100 hrs CST (0830 IST).
The William Jones Cup is a basketball tournament that has been held annually in Taipei since 1977. The tournament was named in honour of Renato William Jones, who was one of the founders of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). One team represents each country, and that team could be the national team, a professional club, or a college team. The tournament will be played in a single round-robin format, and the final points tally will determine the placing of the teams.
This is the 39th edition of the tournament, and all the games will be played at the Basketball Stadium of Heping Elementary School, Taipei City.
The William Jones Cup will serve as excellent competitive exposure for India ahead of the FIBA Men’s Asia Cup to be held in Lebanon from 8th to 20th August 2017.
Last year, Phillipines’ Mighty Sports club team took gold in the men’s tournament, while South Korea and Republic of China (i.e. Chinese Taipei) – Blue finished second and third respectively. India finished 1-7 in this edition.
Upbeat Falcons TTC confident taking on Dabang Smashers T.T.C: Shetty
Chennai, July 15, 2017: An upbeat Falcons TTC will take on confident Dabang Smashers T.T.C on Day 4 of CEAT Ultimate Table Tennis to be played in Nehru Indoor Stadium here in Chennai on Sunday.
Riding on a pumped up performance from India’s Sanil Shetty and China’s Wu Yang, Falcons TTC made a comeback win after trailing 5-7 half way through in their first tie against RP-SG Mavericks. “Wu Yang’s 3-0 win over Sabine in the fifth game was a great confidence booster for the entire team. No doubt it was inspirational as at this point we took lead in the tie,” explained Shetty.
The next match Shetty created an upset beating world No. 31 Tiago Apolonia which gave Falcons a 2-point cushion over RP-SG Mavericks. “Wu kept a clean slate in her next game (against Archana Kamath) which brought us closer to winning the tie. The team was pumped after that and the eventual result was a satisfying 15-12 win over Mavericks,” said Shetty. The 27-year old knows it’s a long way to go in the league with four more games to play, the next coming up against Dabang Smashers T.T.C on Sunday.
On his team’s upcoming fixture Shetty feels it would be a great contest as their opponents pulled back from being down by 6-12 to ending the contest at 12-15 against Shazé Challengers on Friday night. “Kim Song I and Marcos (Freitas) did incredible to bring them back in the contest. The last tie between Tetyana and Petrissa was anyone’s game. Points don’t tell the real story about how well Dabang played actually,” Shetty explained.
The Mumbai lad still feels his team Falcons TTC is equipped to match Dabang Smashers T.T.C in all departments and looks forward to playing them.
The league will be broadcast live on Star Sports Select 2 HD, Star Sports Select 2, Hotstar & JioTV.