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Yami Gautam is on a high after the super success of Uri

To read my name in the credits of a film like Uri was a moving experience, says Yami

Priyanka Roy   |     |   Published 31.01.19, 05:18 PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has conveyed to the Opposition that his government will present an interim budget on Friday, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said on Thursday.

Azad also said the Opposition has asked the government to take up only non-controversial bills for passage in Parliament in the Budget Session.

”We should take up only those bills which are not controversial... on which there is total unanimity,” the Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha told reporters after an all-party meeting here.

Azad also suggested that it will be difficult for Parliament to function if the government pushes for contentious bills.

Echoing similar views, Trinamul Congress leader Derek O'Brien said the government should not take up controversial bills during the session.

He alleged that the government has found an “ally” in the Central Bureau of Investigation ahead of the Lok Sabha polls. 

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has conveyed to the Opposition that his government will present an interim budget on Friday, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said on Thursday.

Azad also said the Opposition has asked the government to take up only non-controversial bills for passage in Parliament in the Budget Session.

”We should take up only those bills which are not controversial... on which there is total unanimity,” the Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha told reporters after an all-party meeting here.

Azad also suggested that it will be difficult for Parliament to function if the government pushes for contentious bills.

Echoing similar views, Trinamul Congress leader Derek O'Brien said the government should not take up controversial bills during the session.

He alleged that the government has found an “ally” in the Central Bureau of Investigation ahead of the Lok Sabha polls. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has conveyed to the Opposition that his government will present an interim budget on Friday, senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said on Thursday.

Azad also said the Opposition has asked the government to take up only non-controversial bills for passage in Parliament in the Budget Session.

”We should take up only those bills which are not controversial... on which there is total unanimity,” the Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha told reporters after an all-party meeting here.

Azad also suggested that it will be difficult for Parliament to function if the government pushes for contentious bills.

Echoing similar views, Trinamul Congress leader Derek O'Brien said the government should not take up controversial bills during the session.

He alleged that the government has found an “ally” in the Central Bureau of Investigation ahead of the Lok Sabha polls. 

How’s the josh?’ is my new autograph,” Yami Gautam tells t2 when we dial her to talk about the success of her latest film Uri that stars Vicky Kaushal and has Yami in the role of an intelligence officer. The film, based on the 2016 surgical strikes in retaliation to Pakistan’s attack on the base camp in Uri, is not only a Rs 100-crore-plus hit, it has also become the subject of much discussion — college campus to office canteen. A chat with Yami on what the success of Uri means to her and her career. 

How’s the josh?’ is my new autograph,” Yami Gautam tells t2 when we dial her to talk about the success of her latest film Uri that stars Vicky Kaushal and has Yami in the role of an intelligence officer. The film, based on the 2016 surgical strikes in retaliation to Pakistan’s attack on the base camp in Uri, is not only a Rs 100-crore-plus hit, it has also become the subject of much discussion — college campus to office canteen. A chat with Yami on what the success of Uri means to her and her career. 

How’s the josh?’ is my new autograph,” Yami Gautam tells t2 when we dial her to talk about the success of her latest film Uri that stars Vicky Kaushal and has Yami in the role of an intelligence officer. The film, based on the 2016 surgical strikes in retaliation to Pakistan’s attack on the base camp in Uri, is not only a Rs 100-crore-plus hit, it has also become the subject of much discussion — college campus to office canteen. A chat with Yami on what the success of Uri means to her and her career. 



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