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We are outraged on his attitude and we feel that it is because of the vote-bank politics that exists in Haryana, she said The delegation condemned violence against women in Haryana The state has witnessed a spate of rape cases in the past one month For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe year 2017 has been a watershed one for Indian badminton especially for the men’s section as now there are five male Indian players inside the top-20 of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) rankings One of the players who was instrumental in ushering what could be called the ‘golden phase’ of Indian men’s badminton is the 25-year-old Hyderabad-born currently World No 17 shuttler B Sai Praneeth In April this year he won his first Superseries title at the Singapore Open and followed it with the Thailand Open Grand Prix Gold title in the span of a few weeks File image of Sai Praneeth PTI Talking to Firstpost ahead of his interview on the show "Umeed India" Praneeth spoke about his roller-coaster journey in 2017 The World No 17 has set his eyes firmly on reaching the year-ending Dubai World Superseries where he ranks No 12 for now Talking about his chances to make it to the flagship event he said "There are four more Superseries events and there is very little difference in the points between me and the players ranked higher If I perform well in one or two events my chances of making it get brighter" If he manages to put up a good showing at the the Denmark French China and Hong Kong events his other aim of breaking into the top-10 might also turn into reality However things have not always been this smooth for the 2010 World Junior Championships bronze medallist A promising career was plagued with injuries that pulled him down by more than just a peg or two in the past few years Even in 2017 he suffered an injury that saw him miss out on the All England Open and Swiss Open right after he finished runner-up in the Syed Modi International Grand Prix Gold event Since then Praneeth has been playing with renewed confidence with special focus on his fitness and talent He credits the Pullela Gopichand Academy and its core team for his turnaround "I have been working on my injuries and everyday the physio and the team take care of my physical fitness They strengthened my injured areas and guided me in the process of rehabilitating all my muscles especially the weaker ones" The Pullela Gopichand Academy is house to names like Srikanth Kidambi PV Sindhu Saina Nehwal and Praneeth was effusive in his praise for the academy headed by the chief national coach Pullela Gopichand "Earlier there were no such facilities for top players Gopi sir started this academy to give something back to the country and he is very hardworking He wants his players to be champions The academy is a major reason for the success of our players" With five male Indians in the top-20 it is natural that these players face each other very frequently in the marquee tournaments These frequent run-ins in such a competitive atmosphere has the potential to upset the off-court equations among these shuttlers However Praneeth dismissed such claims and said "The relationship on the court doesn’t affect our off-court equations We have a group of seven-eight top singles players and it is a major advantage while playing at this level We play with each other regularly and the competition and our level of performance gets higher If one player from our group wins the others gain confidence from it and want to improve It is a team effort and is a good thing" Praneeth attributes the appointment of Indonesia’s Mulyo Handoyo as India’s singles coach as one of the major reasons for the upheaval in his career and men’s badminton in general "When I was out of action early this year due to injury those two months of training under Handoyo sir gave me the confidence on my fitness and I’ve maintained my fitness level ever since" Though the Indonesian’s approach to the game was unlike the ones Indian players were accustomed too the results are now out there for all to see With longer training sessions focus on endurance and strength Handoyo ensures that the players remained motivated to give their 100 percent both in practice sessions and international matches and were players were pushed harder than before Praneeth who broke into the top-25 only in April 2017 is known for his giant-killing abilities constantly beating higher-ranked opponents in international tournaments Answering a question about the relevance of rankings in an individual sport like badminton where the points system might not quite be a yardstick for calibre he said "Obviously the first thing is performance and the ranking follows performance Though maintaining ranking is crucial for a lot of reasons winning titles is more important" It is on the basis of maintaining his rankings and amassing points that Praneeth made an impressive debut at the 2017 World Championships where he went down fighting in the Round of 16 to Chou Tien Chen Though the World Championships features a similar set of players who compete in the Superseries and Superseries premier events Praneeth believes it is the importance assigned to the Worlds that makes all the difference "The competition level is same but the level of tournament itself is high Winning the World Championships is a bigger thing than winning the other tournaments" While facing such stiff competition from players across the net in a practice session to shuttlers across the globe the training has also got more intense in the Indian camp "Our session in the morning is from 8 to 12 and the evening session is from 4 to 6 The only thing we get to do during our practice days apart from training is to eat take rest and sleep It is only on our off-days that the group catches up on a movie or just goes out to make our minds free" With the senior contingent consistently performing on the international stage the next crop has also started to make its presence at the bigger stages with players like 16-year-old Lakshya Sen who recently won the Bulgaria Open International series title Talking about the emergence of the next batch of players Praneeth said "It is always important for the junior batch to continue and cope up with the seniors for the development of the game and on that front India is doing very well" Senior players like Praneeth are not just inspiring the growth of young badminton players in the system but also proving to be worthy ambassadors of sport in general Praneeth in an attempt to portray the trials tribulations and effort behind his growth and development will take part in the 12th episode of "Umeed India" hosted by Virender Sehwag set to be telecast in Epic TV on 5 October at 8 pm Through this show Praneeth who will be in action later this October at the Denmark Open wants people get to know the machinations behind a player’s success and hopes there is an improvement in the exposure and publicity Written by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Published: March 20 2017 8:41 pm Director Mohit Suri talks about his upcoming film Half Girlfriend which also marks his debut as a producer Related News Intense and poignant love stories are Mohit Suri’s comfort zone From Awarapan to Aashiqui 2 the filmmaker’s bent towards the grimness and despair in romantic relationships has been clear But Mohitseems to be making a deliberate shift now as he reveals that his upcoming film Half Girlfriend is lighter in nature than his previous outings and it has nothing to do with his view as a filmmaker but is a result of the changes that fatherhood has brought in his life In a media interaction the director spoke about Half Girlfriend being father to two-year-old Devi and the new role that he has taken up of judging dance reality show Nach Baliye season 8 “Now my wife has two children that’s the change in our family post my daughter’s arrival” Mohit begins on a lighter note before adding how fatherhood now dictates his filmmaking process “It has got me more driven to do a lot more things… It has also changed the kind of films (I make)… Maybe I am not making so dark films now Like Half Girlfriend is not such a dark film as Aashiqui 2 Somewhere you also want to make your child laugh A child’s laughter is the most addictive thing You can’t get over it That’s something growing in me now” he said Also read |Half Girlfriend: Has Arjun Kapoor Shraddha Kapoor film made a record Here is thetruth On a related note Mohit also makes it clear that his professional decisions are always guided by emotions and unlike many other artistes he believes in emotional choices That’s the reason why the director doesn’t regret making Hamari Adhuri Kahani the 2015 romance which not only tanked at the box-office but was also critically panned “It was a subject written some time back and Mr Bhatt (Mahesh Bhatt his mentor) wanted me to make it Sometimes it’s not the box-office success that is important It was a mentor asking his prodigy ‘I have a script and I would like you to direct it Will you do that’ I have always followed him and will continue doing so I have no regrets about it At the age of 35 I could make a mature love story The reason I made Aashiqui 2 was also emotional It was made out of the angst that I had after I lost my father I don’t regret any emotional decision If I would take a calculative decision and go wrong then I would blame myself Like Crook was one such example and it was a bad film Mohit Suri on the sets of Half Girlfriend with actors Arjun Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor Mohit has left the failure of the Emraan Hashmi-Vidya Balan starrer Hamari Adhuri Kahani behind and is now counting days to the release of his upcoming film Half Girlfriend which will arrive in theatres this May The youthful love story is an adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s novel by the same name It stars Shraddha Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor in principal roles “It is a story about a boy from a small town and has an inferiority complex We have this hypocrisy that people who conversein English are considered successful and those who talk in Hindi are seen as backward This is very unfair to a country like this So how this boy with limitation of language reaches New York in the search of his love and finally gets it is what the film is about” the director says But before the audience watches his next directorial venture they will get to see Mohit on the television screens He is making his small screen debut as Nach Baliye 8 judge Mohit who will be seen sharing the judges panel with actor Sonakshi Sinha and choreographer Terence Lewis says it is his favourite emotion – love which got him on board the show “What impressed me about the show was that it is that dance reality show where there’s not only professional dancing but couples who are performing here have something between them Every couple has a love story a vibe which I have to analyse This is why I am on the show to actually judge what the chemistry of two imperfect people come out to be perfect” In fact the Kalyug director says if it wasn’t for the concept of real-life couples he wouldhave thought twice before signing the series “I genuinely believe all love stories are not perfect I think that’s where two imperfect people come together and have a perfect love story That’s why I am interested in something like this You have couples who are married for so many years a newly-engaged couple a live-in couple I love the whole milieu of the show If it wasn’t about couples I would have thought about doing it or not” Last season Chetan was on the panel and though the author-screenwriter got trolled for being a ‘misfit’ on a dance show he encouraged Mohit to say yes to Nach Baliye “I called him and he said ‘Go for it’ I told him ‘But I will not dance like you’ I am not nervous Getting trolled is a part of the nature of the business we are in for something or the other If you can’t stomach that then you are in the wrong profession” Mohit said Mohit Suri with actor wife Udita Goswami Leaving aside everything Mohit is extremely excited about his television stint because it has helped him prove his worth to his grandmother who is a TV buff? which opens in December.