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42 crore).According to Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh the Imtiaz Ali film is the biggest openers of 2017 along with popular films like SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali: The Conclusion Salman Khan’s Tubelight Shah Rukh Khan’s earlier release Raees and Akshay Kumar’s Jolly LLB 2 The film also released amidst the holiday of Rakshabandhan which falls on Monday Hence along with the advantage of having holidays on the weekend the film might also show an upward trend on Monday Jab Harry Met Sejal has not opened to great reviews however and viewers have had mixed reactions to the film An indianexpresscom audience reaction report said that most people enjoyed the first half of the film but couldn’t enjoy the second half of it This film marked Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma’s first collaboration with director Imtiaz Ali who is known for telling unique love stories where travel plays a major role #JabHarryMetSejal Fri 1525 cr Sat 15 cr Total: 3025 cr India biz… #JHMS — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) August 6 2017 Jab Harry Met Sejal also marks Anushka Sharma’s second film this year after Phillauri which was produced by her The film had done decently at the box office Jab Harry Met Sejal also saw Shah Rukh Khan playing the romantic hero once again Throughout 2016 we had seen him as a psychologist a VFX-ed 19-year-old Delhi boy and earlier in 2017 as a gangster For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: October 7 2017 12:45 am Real Madrid’s Toni Kroos is recovering from a rib injury (Source: Reuters) Related News Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos has been released from Germany’s World Cup qualifying squad to allow him to recover from a rib injury Kroos recently missed games for Madrid with the same injury but played in Germany’s 3-1 win over Northern Ireland on Thursday helping the team secure qualification for next year’s tournament in Russia The German soccer federation says Kroos left the team hotel in Belfast on Friday morning in order to “fully heal” Germany coach Joachim Loew says “we know what Toni can give us When it comes down to it we can always rely on him The deciding factor was that he is completely fit for next year” Germany plays Azerbaijan on Sunday as it bids to complete qualification with 10 wins from 10 games For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nandita Murukutla | Updated: April 2 2015 12:23 am Sunita Tomar passed away today in Mumbai Related News Sunita Tomar is no more” I awoke to this numbing text message a cruel slap in the face and the final straw in days that have felt surreal It’s 2015 Yet here we are responding to questions on whether or not tobacco indeed causes cancer let alone other diseases Sunita Tomar’s death felt like a sharp rebuke Most people would recognise her from a graphic hard-hitting tobacco control public service announcement (PSA) that ran on national television and radio stations in 2014 Many would recognise her as the face of a campaign to encourage the government of India to carry through its decision to have graphic warnings covering 85 per cent of the pack for all tobacco products smoking and smokeless from April 1 2015 Sunita Tomar was in many ways an everywoman From a small town called Bhind in Madhya Pradesh she was married at 14 to a truck driver She had two young sons and lived with her parents-in-law in their ancestral home They made a relatively modest living and aspired for more for their children And like many women Sunita began to chew tobacco She chewed tobacco for pleasure but she also consumed it in the form of an oral dentifrice ignorant of the lethal effects of a supposed dental hygiene product Not surprisingly a few years later she developed oral cancer Hers is not an uncommon story But Sunita was extraordinary Dealt this devastating blow the family at great personal cost travelled to the Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai so that Sunita could undergo potentially life-saving surgery That’s when the true courage of her character began to reveal itself And that’s when we came to know her I work with an organisation that is part of an international initiative known as the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use which works hard with governments in low- and middle-income countries to support the implementation of policies and programmes that protect citizens from the harms of tobacco The organisation I represent the World Lung Foundation has developed tried-and-tested mass media campaigns aimed at reducing the prevalence of tobacco I know I speak for my colleagues when I say that we learn our most important lessons from people like Sunita I first met her during a press conference with former Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan Sunita had been fortunate in her choice of physician Pankaj Chaturvedi of the Tata Memorial Hospital was not only an experienced surgeon but also a force for tobacco control in India After the initial shock upon learning of her illness had passed Sunita and her husband decided to join Chaturvedi in his efforts to spread the message about the ill effects of tobacco My colleagues travelled to Mumbai to create a 30-second PSA that would tell her story Through the filming of the PSA I heard about Sunita’s strength and humility and the compassion of her husband She was ashamed of the scars on her face She tried to conceal the post-operative drooling from her mouth She was frequently tired My colleagues often asked if they should suspend filming Both Sunita and her husband were determined He’d say “She’s a fighter Give her a few minutes She’ll be ready” Impressed with her story and courage the Union ministry of health ran one of its strongest national mass media campaigns yet featuring the Sunita PSA Sunita with her husband and children travelled to Delhi — her first time in the capital — to be present at the launch of the campaign She was felicitated by Harsh Vardhan so were her husband and children She spoke with dignity and clarity to the media never flinching in the face of all that scrutiny She pleaded for a tobacco-free world that would save her children and others from the suffering she experienced As if in response to her plea on that very day Harsh Vardhan notified a ban on all forms of chewing tobacco Two months later even while Indian government officials were in negotiations on the Framework Convention for Tobacco Control in Moscow Harsh Vardhan announced India’s intention to implement the new graphic health warnings on all tobacco packs I was in Moscow at the time and recall the jubilance of tobacco control advocates from India and the region India is on the cusp of something great continuing with its own legacy It was among the first few to enact a comprehensive national tobacco control law (the Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Acts of 2003 and 2009) It became one of the first signatories of the World Health Organisation’s Framework Convention for Tobacco Control in 2004 and subsequently launched its National Tobacco Control Programme in 2008 India’s movie rules which require health warnings every time tobacco is portrayed on a scene are novel and other countries like Russia are considering following suit The current reversal on the notified 85 per cent graphic warnings is a deep betrayal Sunita’s death was avoidable The solutions to tobacco are evident and within reach Graphic health warnings on all tobacco packs increased taxes on tobacco products hard-hitting mass media campaigns enforcing smoking bans and bans on the promotion and sponsorship of tobacco products are proven ways of reducing the prevalence of tobacco Sunita is no more But there are millions of young people like her falling prey to a seemingly innocuous but deadly habit Her bravery stands in sharp contrast to the duplicity of the tobacco industry which spreads misinformation about the health hazards of tobacco and the economic benefits of its products We need large graphic warnings so people are aware of the real harm caused by tobacco in all its forms We need large graphic warnings to dissuade our children from starting this deadly habit We need large graphic warnings to help reduce the annual 14 trillion rupee cost of tobacco to our economy We need large graphic warnings to carry through the promise made to Sunita that her pain and her experience — and her family’s loss — would not be in vain Our government needs to go ahead and implement large graphic warnings without delay Doing anything less would be making a mockery of Sunita Tomar and her legacy The writer is country director India and global director for research World Lung Foundation US [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Federer missed training this week after being forced to withdraw from his ATP World Tour Final against Novak Djokovic in London on Sunday. 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