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might as well give you the real one . pictwittercom/9VRyGBrJ9L — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) May 19 2017 Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor reunite after almost 3 decades for director Umesh Shukla’s #102NotOut… Filming commences in Mumbai… pictwittercom/hnaTnpZm1f — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 19 2017 #102NotOut features Amitabh as a 102-year-old and Rishi as his 75-year-old son… Based on Saumya Joshi’s Gujarati play by the same name — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 19 2017 The shared picture however doesn’t feature Amitabh’s co-star Rishi Kapoor And it raises our curiosity Senior Bachchan will play a 102-year-old father to 75-year-old Rishi in the film Directed by Umesh Shukla the film is based on Saumya Joshi’s Gujarati play by the same name Taran confirmed the same and wrote on Twitter “#102NotOut features Amitabh as a 102-year-old and Rishi as his 75-year-old son… Based on Saumya Joshi’s Gujarati play by the same name” Also Read:Sonam Kapoor leaves for Cannes 2017 Will her red carpet look be better than Aishwarya Rai and Deepika Padukone Seephotos Earlier Rishi Kapoor informed his fans that he will be working with Amitabh soon In a series of tweets the actor wrote “Wonderful to work again with the Legendary Amitabh Bachchan Thank you Amitji it never felt the 26 years old hiatusWe connected instantly” He earlier wrote “Always a pleasure and an honour to work with him Started reading the script with the team For further details stay tuned” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Tahir Mahmood | Published: August 9 2014 2:25 am Why are judicial verdicts being flouted by all religious communities The answer lies in weak environment protection ( Source : AP ) Related News On Hindureligious occasions one often hears people “doling out cheap jazz or cinema music… I am surprised to hear that the canker has now spread to the precincts of Muslim religious institutions May be that what is sought to be propagated in this instance is not profane music but a call to the faithful for offering daily prayers but the objection remains” Thus observed a Calcutta High Court judge in Masud Alam and others vs Commissioner of Police and another in 1956 He was dealing with a case in which the use of amplifiers in a mosque had been banned by the police in response to the objections of non-Muslim neighbours Giving his verdict against the Muslims the judge said “one remembers with pleasure the romantic sound of an early morning moazzin from the turrets of an upcountry mosque on a misty morning but to transform this into a noisy fanfare is neither artistic nor necessary; I find nowhere that the religion of the Muslims enjoins it” This case was decided at a time when big mosques had just begun using microphones for congregational prayers against public opinion In my childhood people used to oppose its use saying “the devil speaks in this machine” So the Calcutta High Court just tried to keep the devil away from the mosque But the scenario became entirely different within a few years of the Calcutta High Court judgment Gradually all mosques began using amplifiers Today mosques big and small in cities and villages take pride in rendering a “religious service” to the people through the use of loudspeakers During Ramzan mosques sound alerts for sahri (the pre-sunrise meal) and iftar (fast-breaking at sunset) by setting off sirens or making announcements over loudspeakers Temples in India had embraced the microphone culture long before mosques Amplifiers are used to broadcast bhajan-kirtans (as well as night-long recitation from the scriptures) that are held not only in temples but also in makeshift pavilions erected in parks and on public lands This was also once challenged in the Calcutta High Court which consistent with its mosque decision of 1956 ruled that using an amplifier in a temple or for a Hindu religious ceremony elsewhere is not an essential practice of the Hindu faith (Om Birangana Religious Society vs the State and others 1996) and can lawfully be stopped by a competent authority Loudspeakers are used in Sikh gurdwaras to broadcast gurbani (the singing of Granth Sahib hymns) as well but there is no reported judicial decision regarding this practice Loudspeakers are generally not used in churches but a Pentecostal church in south India was once dragged to court for using a microphone during mass On the neighbours’ complaint a prohibitory order was issued by the local authorities The Christians challenged this in the Madras High Court alleging that it violated their fundamental right to religion Failing to get relief they went to the Supreme Court Rejecting the appeal the apex court observed: “Undisputedly no religion prescribes that prayers should be performed by disturbing the peace of others nor does it preach that they should be through voice-amplifiers or beating of drums” It is indeed a matter of common sense that the use of an amplifier — an electronic device invented in the 19th century — cannot be an “essential practice” of any of the religions that appeared on the globe hundreds of years earlier The Supreme Court’s clear verdict was that in its view “in a civilised society in the name of religion activities which disturb old or infirm persons students or children having their sleep in the early hours or during daytime or other persons carrying on other activities cannot be permitted” (Church of God (Full Gospel) in India vs KKR Majestic Colony Welfare Association and Others 1999) This decision of the apex court constitutes the law applicable to all temples gurdwaras mosques churches and the like It also covers all religious functions regardless of the community they may be organised by outside houses of worship The question is why these binding judicial verdicts are being flouted day in and day out by all religious communities The answer lies in the weak environment protection laws of the country which provide ample room for this state of affairs The Central Environment (Protection) Act 1986 and the Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules made under it as well as the local laws only restrict the volume pitch and reach of loudspeakers — the voice must not reach “beyond 50 feet” or so In a country like ours such restrictions can never be voluntarily adhered to nor meticulously implemented by the authorities Who is going to measure the volume of a particular loudspeaker gauge whether its sound is reaching beyond 50 feet or check whether it is affecting an infant or patient living 51 feet away Loudspeakers are used in our society not only for religious purposes but also to celebrate weddings and for electioneering As long as this goes on religious places alone cannot be restrained from using them In my opinion the Supreme Court verdict should be translated into parliamentary legislation that emphatically imposes a blanket ban on the use of loudspeakers in all places of worship and in all public places whether for religious purposes or otherwise Only this will in the apex court’s words make us a “civilised society” I can confidently say that it will not violate the religious rights of any individual or community since as aptly put by the Calcutta High Court “prayer is intended to be a silent communion with the creator and does not call for a tumultuous prelude or a noisy accompaniment” The writer is former chair of the National Minorities Commission and former member? 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