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Brett Lee compares India’s Umran Malik to Pakistan’s great pacer Mohammad Amir

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Brett Lee compares India’s Umran Malik to Pakistan’s great pacer Mohammad Amir

The 22-year-old impressed with his raw pace and ability to touch 150 kph. Malik won the ‘fastest delivery of the match’ award 14 straight times. The Sunrisers Hyderabad speedster earned a spot in the set-up after a stellar run.

The son of a fruit vendor, he rattled many batting attacks and went on to become the fastest Indian bowler ever in the history of the IPL. Umran had a splendid competition with 22 wickets at an average of 20.18 in 14 games.

In his heydays, the Pakistan pacer decimated the opposition with his speed and the art of reverse swing bowling. He took 373 Test wickets and 416 ODI wickets in an illustrious career. The former India batsman says he is a ‘massive’ fan of Kohli and thinks he needs some time off.

 

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Jogi movie review: JOGI is a delicate and mainstream film that conveys a poignant story and is supported by a fantastic performance

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Jogi movie review: JOGI is a delicate and mainstream film that conveys a poignant story and is supported by a fantastic performance

The year is 1984 and the Prime Minister of India is assassinated by her Sikh guards. As a result, members of the Sikh community start getting attacked in the National Capital. Tejpal Arora (Kumud Mishra), the MLA of Trilokpuri, decides to massacre Sikhs in his constituency. Tajinder is burned alive along with his shop. Jogi, his family, Heer and other Sikh residents of Lane no 6 take refuge in Gurudwara.

His friend, Kaleem Ansari (Paresh Pahuja), who runs a truck business, devises an escape plan.JOGI is one of the few films on the anti-Sikh riots in India. Ali Abbas Zafar and Sukhmani Sadana’s screenplay is simple and engaging. The flashback portion in the second half hampers the film’s impact.

Director Ali Abbas Zafar’s direction is neat. The riot scenes are well executed and the same goes for the emotional moments. The message of religious identity comes across convincingly. The film falters majorly in the second half involving Kammo (Amyra Dastur).

The finale is moving and the flashback portion is nice, but comes too late in the day. Diljit Dosanjh delivers a power-packed performance in JOGI. Kumud Mishra is great as the antagonist. Mohd Zeeshan Ayyub delivers a bravura performance as Kaleem. Arvinder Singh Gill (Jogi’s father), Charu Kumar, Samarjit Singh Mahajan and K P Singh are fair. JOGI tells a moving tale in a sensitive and yet mainstream manner and rests on the brilliant performance of Diljit Dosanjh. The weak second half dilutes the impact to an extent. Julius Packiam’s background score is one of the USPs that adds to the film’s thrill.

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