Gun Pe Done is a 2019 Indian movie directed by Abhik Bhanu starring Jimmy Shergill, Tara Alisha Berry, Bidita Bag and Vijay Raaz. The feature film is produced by Manoj Menon and Asif Kazi and the music composed by Rimi Dhar.
Tara Alisha Berry is an Indian actress, known for her works in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu films. She started out with a music video with Shaan, called Khudgarzi, produced by Eros in 2011. Her debut Hindi film was Mastram.
Her next release was Chokher Bali, directed by Anurag Basu, which aired on Epic TV in 2015 as part of a series called Stories by Rabindranath Tagore. On 11 September 2015, her film The Perfect Girl, directed by Prakash Nambiar, was released.
Tara was then signed on by Vishesh Films for a three-film deal. Her first Vishesh Films release is Love Games, directed by Vikram Bhatt produced by Vishesh Films and T-Series. In 2020, Tara again featured in the web series Mastram.
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This article, however, will focus on the Top 10 films, in terms of box office grosses, on a worldwide basis. You will see how they rank in the most relevant markets (Domestic, Overseas and the 6 most successful European countries here under the Eur-6 tag).
Quetta, Capital of Baluchistan, PakistanThe city sits at the junction of roads connecting Iran with central Pakistan and the trade route out of Afghanistan to the Arabian Sea in the south. Industries: agriculture, especially fruit (dates), mineral and gas mining, weapon manufacture and opium refinement. A four year regional drought has halved herds, caused orchards to be abandoned and devastated the economy. The Sunni Muslim Taliban attempted to exterminate the Hazara ethnic minority in Afghanistan whom they despised as Shi'ite heretics. Ali is a young Hazara. He is getting married tomorrow. His photograph hangs in a frame over the fireplace. Paper decorations loop from the low ceiling. Ali left Afghanistan to escape persecution. Karim Khalil, the Hazara leader, says, "the main political idea of the Taliban was that the Tajiks should live in Tajikistan, Uzbeks in Uzbekistan and the Hazaras and Shias in the graveyard." At the border town of Taftan, our main characters, Jamal and Enayatullah, meet their next contact. There are many desert tracks used by smugglers to circumnavigate the tedious bureaucracy of the border control.
Tom Ortenberg, CEO of Open Road said: "Our belief was that releasing a crowd-pleaser of a film, like 'Honest Thief,' at this point in time, would generate the positive word-of-mouth necessary to successfully propel the film for many weeks. Back to back weeks at number 1, confirms that belief."
Disney's opening of horror-thriller "The Empty Man" debuted softly with $1.3 million at 2,027 domestic locations. In the film, James Badge Dale stars as an ex-cop dealing with a secretive group trying to summon a supernatural entity. "The Empty Man" was developed at 20th Century Fox before Disney bought the Fox entertainment assets last year.
Christoper Nolan's "Tenet" also took in $1.3 million at 1,801 domestic site, declining only 15% in its eighth weekend. Warner Bros. opted to open "Tenet" in North America on Labor Day weekend and has seen domestic results top $52 million. The international results have been respectable with nearly $290 million, but the film's modest domestic performance signaled a reluctance by many U.S. moviegoers to return to multiplexes amid the ongoing pandemic. Major studios have been delaying virtually every other high-profile release as a result.
A central role in the counterrevolutionary plot was played by the hierarchy of the Catholic Church. According to El Pez, the leadership of the internal military front included the Catholic priests Amado Pena and Jose Maria Pacheco. This was completely verified by a film shown at the June 20 press conference which featured a meeting between El Pez and the priest, Pena. On the film El Pez reads a warm letter from a member of the FDN high command to Pena. El Pez is seen handing explosives to Father Pena and instructing him on their use.
The film also shows Pena assuring El Pez that the Pope himself supports the counterrevolution. The terroristic aims of the "peace-loving" chiefs of the church are confessed by Pena who states: "I have to say that now we're preaching passive resistance, but when the time comes we know that there's nothing peaceful. When this thing breaks, the church must call on the Christian Command to destroy the CDS (Sandinista Defense Committees)." Discussing the assassination of the Sandinista leaders, Pena adds: "What is needed is four bullets for one of these sons-of-bitches.... If I take care of three or four of them, horror will reign."
These were not just idle boasts. In a second film shown by the Sandinistas a few days later, Pena is shown being intercepted by police who open his suitcase and find explosives, FDN literature and a Vatican flag with the letters "FDN" sewn on it. Disguised in the gowns of the Catholic Church, Father Pena was caught red-handed plotting the violent overthrow of the Sandinista government in favor of a CIA-backed Somocista dictatorship.
But the Sandinista government did not meet these demands of the working class. Instead they continued their policy of conciliating the bourgeoisie and pulling in the reins on the class struggle. True the Sandinista Authorities uncovered the dangerous plot against the revolution. However, they did not want to utilize these events to reveal to the masses the counterrevolutionary role of the church hierarchy and the bourgeoisie. On the contrary, they sought to limit this exposure, presenting it as a mere unfortunate occurrence not indicative of the church hierarchy and the bourgeoisie as a whole. As Sandinista Interior Minister Tomas Borge put it: "Never did we say that what was involved was a conspiratorial attitude on the part of the church. It has been others who hold this thesis. Moreover, we have done everything possible to demonstrate that Pena's participation was an isolated case. It has been others who have done everything possible to show the opposite." In other words, if only the church leaders would not so loudly proclaim their solidarity with the conspirators, the Sandinistas will do their best to help perpetuate the hoax that Pena's was just "an isolated case."
The Sandinistas also tried to withhold the film showing Pena with explosives in his suitcase, only feeling compelled to show it after the church hierarchy refused a request by Borge that they relieve Pena of his normal church functions. Borge also whitewashed the role of the counterrevolutionary political parties saying "We are not accusing the right-wing parties of acting on the military terrain nor do we want to limit their political activity."
In 1966, in the famous Miranda ruling, the Supreme Court held that in picking someone up the police must inform them of their rights to remain silent, to have a lawyer present when they are being questioned, and to receive a court-appointed lawyer if they cannot afford to get their own lawyer. This ruling never provided more than a minor limitation on police efforts to force people into making confessions, even where a person had done nothing wrong.
As contract time approaches, the UAW hacks have begun to blow all sorts of hot air about "limiting overtime." But talk is cheap. Remember these guys haven't done a damn thing in the past five years to stop the backbreaking overtime.
In 1981, Biller (now APWU president) and Sombrotto vowed to repair the damage done in 1978. They sought to maintain their image as "militants" and ensure that the workers did not get out of hand as in 1978. And what was the result? They granted USPS the dangerous concession of a delayed "roll-in" of the COLA in exchange for nothing. Still worse, they misrepresented the amount of salary increases contained in the agreement and recommended its acceptance.
This year's election doesn't have to be a campaign to disorganize the masses and tie them to the coattails of the Democrats. Work can be done to build up revolutionary groups in the factories, the communities and schools.
We hold that the anti-war activists should make use of the elections to agitate against the imperialist war drive. But this cannot be done by spreading illusions in the Democrats. It must be done by exposing both political parties of hunger, racism, and war, both the Democrats and the Republicans, and thus helping to organize the independent political movement of the working class.
This rent-a-slave program is quite similar to the infamous "bracero" program under which some five million Mexican contract laborers were imported to the U.S. between 1942 and 1964. That program became notorious on both sides of the border for the barbaric slave-like conditions imposed on the braceros. In isolated farm camps throughout the Southwest, they were at times literally worked to death. They were often robbed of their minimal pay; and the food, shelter, and sanitation facilities provided them were unfit for animals. A source of intense outrage, the "bracero" program was finally abandoned in 1964.
Under this program the immigrant workers have virtually no rights. They would be restricted to only a certain limited section of the country. They would be imported solely to sweat in the fields and, therefore, could stay only as long as there is harvesting to be done and for no longer than 11 consecutive months. And, as with the undocumented workers and the "guest workers" of today, they would be forced into abominable working conditions and the lowest pay. 2b1af7f3a8