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Specifically,-P.Share J The 22-year-old Lohan said that the day she broke up with Ronson was “the worst night” of her life,Us magazine reported “Everyone’s turned on me” said Lohan adding that on the night of her infamous showdownNicole Richie walked by her saying “Uck” and she was also insulted by Drea De Matteo The actress said that post the break-up her life had become an “absolute hell” “I’m not a bad person and this is what happens I was raised to treat people welland I’m so tired of this drama I’m a 22-year-old girl who’s in love I felt like I was in Mean Girlsbut worseMean Girls was a movie” the teary star told the magazine in an interview Lohanwho was dating 30-year-old DJ for over two yearswas dumped last weekend Their tumultuous relationship made tabloid headlines because of the many public fights that the couple had The star has finally acknowledged that her relationship is over while denying that she was suicidal over it “I’m just really hurt The whole situation is sick” said Lohanwho was also locked out of the LA mansion she shared with Ronson as the later changed the keys of the house For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul | Mumbai | Updated: November 24 2017 9:02 am Stills from the film A Delicate Weave Top News On their visit to Kutch in 2008 Anjali Monteiro and KP Jayasankar were introduced to the poetry of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai through the music of the Meghwals a Dalit pastoral community living on the edge of the Rann Intrigued and enamoured the documentary filmmakers and academicians made a documentary in 2009 titled Do Din Ka Mela (A Two Day Fair) that captured the oral tradition of music and poetry running through the community passed down the generations However the duo admits that back then they could not have imagined Bhitai’s poetry would become the thread that would also bind their next two documentaries compelling them to return to the challenging and fascinating terrain of the Kutch The second film of the trilogy So Heddan So Hoddan (Like Here Like There) was made in 2011 The most recent A Delicate Weave shot in 2016-17 will be screened at Prithvi Theatre in Mumbai on Friday evening A Delicate Weave follows the musical journeys of four different communities in Kutch Far apart geographically the communities however have in common the poetry of Shah Bhitai and Sant Kabir and the syncretism and religious diversity that one imbibes with the oral Sufi texts However Jayasankar says Sufism alone doesn’t make them more syncretical Filmmakers Anjali Monteiro and KP Jayasankar (Source: Mangesh Gudekar) “Most of these communities are nomadic and now settled close to the border Many of them speak of their fathers and grandfathers walking across to what is now Pakistan This also perhaps makes their culture more porous and open For instance Lakahpat one of the villages where we shot has 24 temples 24 dargahs and 24 mosques even though all of 10 Hindu families live there When they want to sing they all head to the closest temple or gurudwara even the Muslims” he adds Although utopic in a way most of these musical traditions and philosophising function within the patriarchal set-up They are chiefly a male domain — the men of Bhujodi who sing Kabir bhajans Noor Mohammad Sodha who teaches and plays flute and Jiant Khan’s passionate love for Bhitai’s poetry However Monteiro and Jayasankar also discovered an aberration in the Muslim women of Lakhpat who have been taught Bhitai’s poetry — largely transgressive love stories — by a progressive Haji Ramzan Bhai and now will sing all night at weddings Monteiro points out that like in any society even urban it’s a negotiation “The acceptance comes albeit with some rough edges Endorsement by Haji Ramzan Bhai who is a family elder to some of these women also helps” she says Stills from the film Do Din Ka Mela (Source: Mangesh Gudekar) While their first film takes a languid gaze at the traditions and culture of the Meghwals the pace of the second film changes in order to capture the relationship that musicians from the Fakirani and Maldhari Jatt communities share with Bhitai’s poetry and their efforts to preserve the oral texts and musical traditions Their most recent film however focusses more on the impact that the music has had on the practitioners’ lives Monteiro explains that A Delicate Weave attempts to capture the anxiety of the changing times and how people choose to speak about identity “Kutch is very much a part of Gujarat a state where the discourse around nationalism is getting louder Yet these communities with their Sufi traditions are a wellspring of harmony and the idea of living together In today’s times when hard lines are being drawn across they act as a bulwark with their music” Jayasankar adds During the making of these films both Monteiro and Jayasankar who teach at Tata Institute of Social Sciences’ School of Media and Cultural Studies in Mumbai at no point forget that documentary filmmaking can come from a position of power For instance chroniclers who may photograph or videograph the marginalised without consent In order to subvert as well as question the power equation they also have included in the films the concerns of their subjects In one scene for instance the wife of a musician is heard asking her husband if he is sure “they” will present the material correctly and not be exploitative Jayasankar says “We decided they will be the first viewers of our works and each of the three films has been viewed by the subjects before we took it to the audience” The film will be screened at 7 pm today at Prithvi House Juhu Mumbai as part of [email protected] For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: April 9

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