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When contacted, women themselves. Parvati being troubled by Pallavi despite being a dutiful daughter-in-law and Tulsi being betrayed by Mihir for Mandira became the topic of discussions at the dinner tables? And how can we forget the mayhem that happened when Mihir died in the show After seeing the pic of the actors-producer trio we can only thank Ekta Kapoor for refreshing our old memories of television For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AP | London | Published: June 22 2017 6:15 pm Tommy Haas 39 is playing his final season on tour and beat Roger Federer at a grass-court tournament in Stuttgart Germany last week (Source: AP) Top News Past semifinalist Tommy Haas 2016 junior champion Denis Shapovalov and British women Laura Robson Heather Watson and Naomi Broady are among the players receiving wild-card invitations to Wimbledon The All England Club announced on Wednesday 10 of the 16 players it will be awarding entry to the main draw One man who didn’t get a main-draw wild card but did get an invitation to qualifying was Marcus Willis the teaching pro who was ranked 772nd last year when he managed to qualify then win a match to earn the right to face Federer on Centre Court in the second round Willis is now ranked 387th Haas 39 is playing his final season on tour and beat Roger Federer at a grass-court tournament in Stuttgart Germany last week Haas was ranked as high as No 2 in 2002 but is currently No 252 He was a Wimbledon semifinalist in 2009 Other men getting singles wild cards included British players Brydan Klein Cameron Norrie and James Ward The other women wild-card entries announced Wednesday: Katie Boulter of Britain and Zarina Diyas of Kazakhstan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 6 2017 2:06 pm Baaghi is one of the films of Tiger Shroff which established him as an action star in Bollywood Related News Tiger Shroff had a decent outing with Baaghi last year The film was full of action and romance and got Tiger some good reviews for his performance alongside actor Shraddha Kapoor A few days back the actor had teased his fans with a new poster of Baaghi 2 confirming that a sequel was on the cards Tiger featured in the poster with a bareback and dressed in a commando attire while holding a gun and waiting in front of the helicopter The second film in the franchise is slated to release in April 2018 While his fans wait for more updates on the same Tiger took to his Instagram and shared a few throwback moments from the first part asking his fans ‘not to get ready’ rather ‘be ready’ “Thoughts into action #reminiscingaboutthepast” captioned the Baaghi actor The Instagram clip shared a few action moments from his action-packed film While the first film was directed by Sabbir Khan choreographer-filmmaker Ahmed Khan has been roped in to direct the sequel The makers however have not announced any news about the female lead actor Baaghi is one of the films of Tiger Shroff which established him as an action star in Bollywood The actor is reportedly polishing his martial arts skills now Also read:Deepika Padukone about Katrina Kaif: I have always appreciated and admiredher Tiger is presently gearing up for the release of his upcoming film Munna Michael The film marks the debut of Nidhi Aggarwal and is directed by Sabbir Khan The movie will also features Raees actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and is slated to release in July this year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Gaurav Bhatt | Updated: July 30 2017 8:57 am Laado coach saab or simply Georgian Sushil Kumar calls Vladimer ‘God’ while Yogeshwar Dutt describes him as the one who taught the Indians “kushti jeetne ka jazba” Related News It’s Saturday morning at the Chhatrasal Stadium A septuagenarian moves slowly across the mat dispensing instructions to young hopefuls With the verbal cues not proving enough the teacher along with his most successful pupil proceeds to take the pretenders to school At the end of the three-hour session the grapplers genuflect and the master responds with a heavily-accented ‘Ram Ram’ after which everyone throws their arms up in the air and yells a one-word battle cry — ‘Jeetenge’ Many outside the wrestling hall have stayed stuck to the windows all this while trying to catch a glimpse of ‘Pehelwan ji’ and ‘coach saab’ — two men who have played their part in putting Indian wrestling on the world map It was in 2008 that Sushil Kumar won a bronze in Beijing the first Olympic medal by an Indian wrestler since KD Jadhav at Helsinki 1952 Due recognition followed soon enough — the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award was bestowed upon Sushil just a year later But while many coaches have taken – and indeed been given — credit for the grappler’s success in the form of Dronacharya Awards one man has flown under the radar of the powers that be “India ki kushti ko uthaane me ‘Laado’ ka sabse bada haath hai” says Sushil “You look at the scenario before and after his arrival He took the helm in 2003 and our entire team qualified for the 2004 Athens Olympics Even now Olympic champions and coaches from several countries come to him for counsel” Laado coach saab or simply Georgian Sushil calls him ‘God’ while Olympic bronze medallist Yogeshwar Dutt describes him as the one who taught the Indians “kushti jeetne ka jazba” Vladimer Mestvirishvili should perhaps be known as the man responsible for the biggest moments in Indian men’s freestyle wrestling for close to one-and-a-half decades Since his arrival in 2003 Mestvirishvili’s tutelage has resulted in triumphs at world championships Asian and Commonwealth Games and three Olympic medals After the Sports Authority of India (SAI) did not renew his contract last year at Wrestling Federation of India’s (WFI) behest Mestvirishvili now 73 returned at Sushil’s invitation “I knew he still had a lot more to give to Indian wrestling I got in contact with Olympic Gold Quest and extended an invitation to him He accepted immediately even though he had an offer to be the chief coach in Georgia He turned them down Isko bohot lagaav ho gaya hai India ki kushti se” Mestvirishvili says the Georgia federation tried to woo him not once but three times “I say no every time because I’ve done that bit I worked with the Georgian team from 1982 to 1992 I like it here in India” Fascination with India is only part of the reason In a 2013 interview with Georgian daily Lelo he opened up about a promise made to himself “I like the direction Georgia wrestling is taking But it’s sad that only now my work is being recognised I worked for 10 years as the chief coach but nobody said a word of gratitude despite the fact that we had world European and Olympic champions We had World Cup winners When I left my post I said I would never work in Georgia” Slow-burn love India thus served as an adventure At the end of the 3200-km journey Mestvirishvili was greeted by eager employers WFI and a culture shock One of the many peculiarities that caught him off guard was the self-imposed celibacy observed by wrestlers “When I first went to the camp no wrestler was married This was strange to me but they said wrestlers do not marry I was told that after their career is over they may get married but not when they are wrestling I could not understand that” Then there was the snake invasion at the SAI Centre in Sonepat “One time I killed two snakes in my room This is so surprising What am I supposed to do after a snake comes in my room” Vladimer and his wife Mareya have been in India since 2003 Pics: Praveen Khanna But once he figured out the keys to a healthy stay in India — “respect the traditions don’t touch religion be tolerant” — the Georgian began to see the similarities between the two nations Early in his stint with no national camp and no team to work with Mestvirishvili asked the SAI authorities to deploy him where he could train someone He was sent to Nidani village in Haryana where he ended up doing more than just wrestling “It was a funny incident I don’t remember if it was an off day or something but I was in one of the paddy fields of the village and saw this farmer digging in morning By evening he was still there still doing it I went up to him and asked if I could do it He laughed at me We Georgians also have fields so I just started doing it For the next hour I did his job and I was so happy” While wife Mareya has stayed by his side in India sons Guram and Saigan shifted back to Georgian capital Tbilisi after completing their schooling in Patiala Mestvirishvili recalls how he would coerce Guram to accompany Sushil and Co for early morning runs Sushil remains in awe of how the chubby kid has transformed into a ripped MMA fighter a development that doesn’t exactly thrill Mestvirishvili “MMA is no sport like wrestling I don’t like it One punch here and there you maybe killed But what can I say They won’t listen to me The times are not like when I was growing up” Perhaps another feature that keeps him rooted to India “Here it is such a good tradition If parents say something the children listen” Looking ahead Mestvirishvili would be the first to admit that he never reached his potential as a wrestler Back in the 70s Soviet politics ensured the team was dominated by wrestlers from bigger constituents such as Russia “I have no European championship No world championship” shrugs Mestvirishvili What he does have though is an acute mind for aggressive wrestling “During his initial days at the camp he was trying to teach us fitley (leg lace)” recalls Sushil “One Indian coach said ‘Sir this move wouldn’t work’ Laado invited him to the mat attacked his legs and pinned him in a flash” Incidentally the same manuevre got Yogeshwar his bronze at the London Games “He teaches such complex techniques with fine detail I have greatly benefitted since his arrival” says Yogeshwar “Not just me all the major performances from India have come after he joined the team” Sushil adds: “Everybody wrestles with heart in India from the villagers to us Daaon maarna sabko pata hai But he brought the tactics… minute aspects that changed our wrestling” The 34-year-old rattles off another anecdote “I wouldn’t even have qualified for the London Olympics I lost in the first round at the 2011 Worlds Couldn’t reach the Asia qualifier final either I was sitting there dejected with a pointless 3-4th placement bout ahead Laado came up to me and told me you have to use all your ‘daaons’ on this Chinese I outclassed the wrestler but was still depressed when during the flight home coach said ‘something tells me that the guys who finished top two here will help you at Olympics’ Eventually I defeated the Uzbek wrestler in the quarterfinal and the Kazakh in the semis I won the medal called Laado right away and told him ‘coach you are God’” No wonder then that a whole new generation is lining up to pick up the tricks “Now that he is at Chhatrasaal I have learnt quite a few things He knows the sport inside out and we are lucky that we can roll with him I hope he stays in India for a longer period” says 2016 cadet world champion Deepak Punia Mestvirishvili though offers a candid assessment of the current state While he has his own amusing parameter to prove that wrestling has grown — “When I came in 2003 two-three people had a car Now everybody in the team has a car” — he admits India is far from being a wrestling superpower “Individually everybody is great They are great in nationals trials and competitions but when you want a team it’s not the one a coach likes When you form a team you want it to be strong and together but here it is not the case A wrestler has a problem but he wins trials and becomes the best in India everyone is happy Finally in the team each wrestler has problems and together it becomes a big problem The younger generation needs to be made mentally solid to get medals” He is doing his bit one gruelling session at a time Sushil is confident that his six-month stay will be extended and Mestvirishvili is more than happy to stay at his home away from home “Indian wrestlers sab achcha bachcha hai They have the talent to win anywhere and I want them to do it I do not need anything apart from my salary” he says There are a few though who believe he should be awarded the Dronacharya “He should have got it by now There is no reason to not give it to him” Kuldeep Singh chief coach of the Indian Greco-Roman team says As with the Georgian team of the 80s Mestvirishvili has produced world Asian and Olympic champions in India A word of gratitude would do him no harm For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAshoka Kumar Thakur vs Union of India & Others, And this will have to be based on the assessment on how much of a chance New Delhi gives to Obama?From Punjab jails, who posted the letter on her official website, also demand our attention. 2014 8:11 am A number of other historic and culturally significant rivers 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