Mumbai: The team of “Chehre”, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi, completed its shoot four days earlier from the actual planned date. Directed by Rumi Jaffrey, the post-production stage will begin soon. After completing the shoot on Thursday, the film’s producer Anand Pandit said in a statement: “It has been an exhilarating experience and I would like to thank the legendary cast and my entire team for the successful completion. “Looking forward to the post-production and the release.” “Chehre” is produced by Anand Pandit Motion Pictures and Saraswati Entertainment Private Limited. The film also stars Kriti Kharbanda, Rhea Chakraborty, Siddhanth Kapoor, Raghubir Yadav and Annu Kapoor. “Chehre” releases on February 21, 2020.
Mani Square, one of Kolkata’s most popular retail destinations, celebrated their eleventh anniversary recently. Renowned singer Rupankar Bagchi joined Sanjay Jhunjhunwala, CEO, Mani Group to cut a giant 160 lbs cake in the ground floor atrium of the mall at the largest birthday party in town.The eleventh anniversary celebrations – a three day even – started on June 14, with the entire mall decorated for the party in a colourful combination of crafty frames. Also Read – Pollution makes you more aggressiveFrom Friday onwards, every evening witnessed fun MC-driven activities and game shows with attractive prizes for the visitors. The action-packed range of performances included: June 14 – MC-driven activities, game shows and instrumental music performances. June 15 – Grand cake cutting by group CEO Sanjay Jhunjhunwala in the presence of renowned playback singer Rupankar Bagchi, followed by a performance by the artiste. June 16 – MC-driven activities, game shows and band performance by ‘Kabyakatha’. Also Read – Physical therapy better for low back painOn the occasion, Prithwiraj Ganguly, Asst. General Manager – Mall Operations, Mani Group, said: “Mani Square has come a long way from June 15, 2008, when it opened its doors for the people of Kolkata. We have always promoted the mall as a complete family destination with a wide range of shopping, eating and entertainment options, and a visit to Mani Square is today a regular habit for most mall visitors that has been internalized over the last few years. We really enjoy the special relationship we share with all of them.” Speaking on the new brands that have set up shop in Mani Square, Ganguly added: “Stores that have opened shutters in the last 12 months since the mall celebrated its 10th Anniversary include popular fashion brands like W, Fabindia, Arrow, Allen Solly, Van Heusen, U.S. Polo Assn., Biba, 109F, Manyavar, Inc.5, Jockey, FCUK, Shopper’s Stop, Lavie, Health & Glow, PC Chandra and Jhalak.” “After Wow Momo, the latest entrants in the ever-popular food court was Moti Mahal with its wide variety of north Indian delicacies; the famous ice-cream brand Baskin Robbins, which began serving its unique cones to soothe the inner soul from the scorching heat; and the world famous coffeehouse chain Starbucks.”
FUKUOKA, Japan — The Latest on the meeting of financial leaders of the Group of 20 major economies (all times local):1:50 p.m.U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he plans to speak one-on-one with China’s central bank governor about trade.Mnuchin said Saturday that he would hold routine talks on various issues and then meet privately with Yi Gang, chairman of the People’s Bank of China.He said the focus of that one-on-one discussion will be the trade dispute between Beijing and Washington. But he said he expects any major progress to wait until a meeting of presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping in Osaka later this month.Mnuchin and Yi are among finance officials attending an annual meeting of the Group of 20 major economies ahead of a summit in Osaka later this month. He said there were no plans for trade talks in Washington or Beijing before then.___11:25 a.m.Finance chiefs of the Group of 20 major economies meeting in the Japanese city of Fukuoka are debating how to revise tax systems to ensure big companies pay their fair share and support economies as global growth slows.U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Saturday that tax policies must capture the “digitalization” of business to prevent a “race to the bottom” by countries trying to lure companies by offering unsustainably and unfairly low tax rates as an incentive.Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso says there must be “no big losers” due to the reforms, which he says could be the most significant in a century.In Washington, meanwhile, President Donald Trump tweeted that he will refrain from a 5% tariff on exports from Mexico, citing progress on the migration issue.The Associated Press