Bollywood Diaries is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by K. D. Satyam. It features Raima Sen, Salim Diwan, and Ashish Vidyarthi in lead roles, along with Karuna Pandey and Vineet Kumar Singh. Produced by Dr. Sattar Diwan under the banner of Rehab Pictures Private Limited
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The story is about three unrelated individuals – Rohit (Salim Diwan), a guy working at a call-center in Delhi, Vishnu (Ashish Vidyarthi), a retired middle-aged government servant from Bhilai and Imli (Raima Sen), a prostitute from Sonagachi, Kolkata. All three of them aspire to become Bollywood actors and the story captures their journey and struggles. [...]
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The new design language will be an evolution of ‘Impact Design’ which has guided the look of all new Tata models since the Zest in 2014. However, Impact Design 2.0 promises to mark a shift to bolder designs. As per details shared by the carmaker, upcoming models will get ‘segment-leading wheel sizes’ and ‘strong fenders’ for enhanced road presence. The defining styling element on the newer models, however, will be a more prominent, three-dimensional ‘humanity line’ that is Tata speak for the styling element that underlines the grille and headlights. Also, body surfacing will be uncluttered and there will be a greater attention to detail with a mention of a ‘Tri-arrow’ pattern. There’s also word on new colours chosen specially to bring out the models’ lines.
Tata’s release on Impact Design 2.0 also suggests a greater focus on practicality and general ambience on the inside of upcoming models. Again, ‘clutter-free’ is a term Tata has used to describe the new cabin design philosophy, with all functions and controls positioned to be within arm’s reach. Storage spaces will be aplenty, and that would address a complaint on many of Tata cars. The carmaker was among the first to address the need for in-car connectivity and you can expect the new models to take things to the next level. While no details have been revealed of the tech as yet, Tata has said the new car’s HMI (human-machine interface) screens will be segment-leading and will boast a ‘clear and intuitive’ user interface.
Details revealed also suggest the new models from the carmaker will use higher-quality materials and will make clever use of colour combinations to enhance the cabin environment further. Interestingly, there will be scope for customisation too, with a mention of multiple accessory options that would allow ‘customers to shape and configure their driving environment’.
Tata Motors also revealed an almost cryptic teaser image of the upcoming hatchback today and will release another teaser image of the SUV on January 21, 2018. As always, stay tuned for the update.
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