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They hurt not just those losing their homesbut everybody My argument is rooted not in moralitybut in economics Yet the response I got from that column wasfor the most partfiercely negative Why should people who took out loans they couldnt afford get bailed out while those who lived within their means get nothing What about moral hazard In other wordsit didnt seem fair Such a view is understandable in America and in Germany But if we and they cant stop obsessing about what is fairwere never going to get out of our current messes The only thing that should matter is what works Even if it means bailing out club med nations or underwater homeowners For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sunitra Pacheco | Mumbai | Published: September 22 2015 5:00 pm Konkona Sen Sharma: We have done ‘Talvar’ in three different parts recreating three different scenarios And so it was very interesting for me as a performer to be a part of this film (Source: Varinder Chawla) Related News It has been almost two years since acting talent Konkona Sen Sharma has had a new Bollywood release Known to tackle films that tend to deviate from the commercial Bollywood potboilers Konkona is now gearing up for the release of Meghna Gulzar’s ‘Talvar’ Based on the sensational 2008 Aarushi Talwar murder case the National Award-winning actress will portray the role of Nupur Talwar in the film In conversation with The Indian Express Konkona Sen Sharma shares why she chose to be a part of the controversial film Here are excerpts from the interview: Q: What drew you to be a part of ‘Talvar’ Konkona: I was instantly intrigued when I read the script We have done ‘Talvar’ in three different parts recreating three different scenarios And so it was very interesting for me as a performer to be a part of this film Q: Can you tell us a bit about your character in film – you play a mother accused of killing her daughter Did you meet any family members so as to get an insight into role preparation Konkona: Yes but there is definitely more to the film than that But no I did not meet any family I did not feel the need to because the script was enough for me Q: Since you play a real life character did you feel any kind of responsibility to the role you portray Konkona: I think the responsibility falls majorly on the part of the direct or On my part I essayed the role the way I understood it I basically followed the script which was very thorough Q: Do you think making films on cases still under investigation make for good cinema Konkona: Yes I think it can but it depends on how the film is made The Aarushi Talwar murder was such a controversial case and a lot of information is already available to the people We are not showing anything new in the film But I was very confident right from the start that Meghna Gulzar and Vishal Bhardwaj would deliver a quality product Q: The Aarushi Talwar murder case has been under a lot of scrutiny and criticism owing to the verdict Do you have any personal thoughts about the case Konkona: In the film it is not conclusively proven that the parents murdered Aarushi Even I do not know who has done it Over time the evidence has been so botched up that nobody really knows the complete truth Q: Tell us about your experience working with Meghna Gulzar and collaborating with Vishal Bhardwaj once again Konkona: It is always great to work with Vishal Bhardwaj and his team as they regularly come up with such good work I am always happy to be a part of his projects even if he is not directing This is the first time that I worked with Meghna Gulzar and I must say that it was a really comfortable experience She is very dignified as a person and seems to draw from an inner strength At times it was confusing for me since the case has so many facts to keep track of but Meghna would come on the sets and put everything in place Directed by Meghna Gulzar and co-produced by Vishal Bhardwaj ‘Talvar’ also stars Irrfan Khan Neeraj Kabi and Tabu among others The film hits cinemas on october 2 2015 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: October 18 2013 3:46 am Related News The Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the Surat sisters sexual assault case brought the victims to the Anti Terrorist Squad office for cross-interrogation of spiritual leader Asaram Bapu and the victims on Thursday Asaram has agreed to parts of the charges Hehoweverhas denied that he forced himself upon the girl,with Sachin Tendulkar Kohli shared some very? Gupta is equally wrong if he thinks that Indian Muslims would forgive Narendra Modi for the 2002 Gujarat riots if he apologised. At that point, We should respect the privacy of people. Time for change! The global coalition we’re leading against Islamic State (IS) has taken out their leaders and taken away about half their territory. was never realistic.

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