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#JabHarryMetSejal pic. The team had few months back announced a contest asking fans to send in their ideas for the then untitled film. when asked about the current situation, And,By: PTI | Mumbai | Published: April 19 2017 1:45 pm Manisha Koirala says she will be revisiting her cancer days while playing Sanjay Dutt’s mother Nargis in the actor’s biopic. Related News Cancer survivor actress Manisha Koirala said she would be revisiting a lot of moments of her own life while playing the role of Sanjay Dutt’s mother Nargis in a forthcoming biopic Nargis was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and died in the year 1981 “Whenever I see a cancer patient today it is like reliving the moment I am affected in any which ways When I will be performing that (Nargis Dutt’s role)…I am yet to start shoot of course I will be revisiting that” Manisha told reporters here at an event She was speaking at the launch of a social campaign – ‘My Hair for Cancer’ – an initiative by Nargis Dutt Foundation and hair care brand Richfeel Sanjay’s sister former MP Priya Dutt was also present at the event “It is a great opportunity and honour to be playing Nargis Dutt ji on-screen She is a legendary figure I hope I do justice to the chance that is given to me We did couple if look test and I think we have got closer to the look both in short or long hair I am excited and kicked about it” the 46-year-old actress added Also read |Manisha Koirala on playing Nargis Dutt in Sanjay Dutt biopic: I am revisiting cancer trauma Directed by Rajkumar Hirani the biopic stars Ranbir Kapoor in the lead role Apart from the Dutt biopic Manisha is also working on some other projects and will soon make the official announcement “There are other films that I am doing and as and when we go ahead the producers will announce it Also as far as health is concerned I would want to do a chat show about it I am glued to understand health and human body If that comes my way I will do it” Also see:Sanjay Dutt’s biopic: Ranbir Kapoor to Manisha Koirala everyone who is a part of it Manisha was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2012 After fighting the dreaded disease and winning the battle she is now actively involved in spreading cancer awareness She said the period when she was diagnosed with cancer was the turning point of her life “After that lot of things changed I understood the importance of health and life and I connected with my soul I think a person does become weak mentally and emotionally with any disease But even in that time also one should be strong I believe in the divine…we all have the strength and courage within us we just have to look for it” Manisha revealed that she was inspired by people who were cancer survivors like model-actress Lisa Ray For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | London | Published: August 5 2017 9:50 am Christian Coleman won the 100 and 200 at the NCAA championships in June (Source: Reuters) Related News Christian Coleman’s career record against Usain Bolt: 0-0 The University of Tennessee product who recently turned pro could actually end up in very rare company – a sprinter with a winning mark against the Jamaican great That would involve Coleman pulling off the improbable – impossible – in Bolt’s final 100-meter race at the world championships The semifinals and final are Saturday Coleman is one of the few who could challenge Bolt especially with Andre De Grasse of Canada withdrawing because of a hamstring injury Coleman finished in 1001 seconds Friday the second-fastest time behind another Jamaican Julian Forte (999) And while Bolt won his heat his time of 1007 was eighth overall Don’t read too much into that though Bolt always saves his best for big occasions “I have a lot of confidence in myself that I can come out and win” Coleman said “But you never take anybody for granted … Got to make sure I’m on my `A’ game make sure I’m ready to compete” The 21-year-old Coleman certainly is getting his name out there He won the 100 and 200 at the NCAA championships in June But before that he made a splash by sprinting 40 yards in 412 seconds then posting video of it after the NFL draft His time was faster than any football player who ran at the NFL combine Fun though that was a mere sideshow Sprinting is his game and Coleman has grown up a big fan of Bolt’s He insisted he’s not the least bit intimidated by Bolt whose presence and 6-foot-5 frame cast a large shadow “You can’t call yourself the best if you don’t go against the best” Coleman said “I’ll be ready to compete I won’t be distracted” Coleman doesn’t rattle easily something his coach in college learned early on “We call him `Cool-man’ instead of Coleman” said Tim Hall an assistant at Tennessee “Because his temperament is always even in terms of focusing on the things he wants to accomplish He’s been able to apply those things to his daily practice sessions You see the results when he’s on the track” A few sprinters who could give Bolt a run for his gold Saturday: THE TOP CONTENDER: The 35-year-old Justin Gatlin made a tactical mistake at the 2015 world championships in Beijing going into his lean too early as Bolt sneaked past him by 001 seconds Gatlin also finished runner-up to Bolt at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics “I feel good I feel confident” Gatlin said of his chances this time “We’ve been working on some things making sure our race pattern is a little different than before” THE OTHER JAMAICAN: Yohan Blake’s request is simple: Don’t call him “The Beast” anymore Blake has the distinction of being the last sprinter to win a 100-meter gold at the worlds other than Bolt Blake captured the title at the 2011 world championships after a false start by Bolt led to a disqualification Blake has been slowed by injuries in recent seasons and finished second in his heat Friday behind Abdul Hakim Sani Brown of Japan THE OTHER OTHER JAMAICAN: Forte tied his personal best in posting the evening’s top time A confidence boost “I’ve always been confident” Forte said “I just kept it at its high level” THE LONG SHOT PART I: Ever heard of Chijindu Ujah The British sprinter may not win but could be in the mix for a medal He won the 100 a month ago in a Diamond League race in London THE LONG SHOT PART II: Akani Simbine of South Africa did just enough to advance Friday He did beat the likes of Gatlin and De Grasse during a Diamond League meet in Doha in May For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Next time," Mukhopadhyay writes in Dailyo. and points towards his roots in the city. 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